Fridge Freezer Instruction Manual Built-in

Built-in Fridge Freezer
Instruction Manual
7030 Frost Free
TRF-32BIFAA
Before use, please read and follow all the safety rules and operating
instructions.
Instruction Manual
1. Protecting the environment and advice for disposal------------------------------------------------------------------2
2. Deciding where to locate your fridge freezer----------------------------------------------------------------------------2
3. Installing your appliance/Danger warnings------------------------------------------------------------------------------2
4. Rating plate ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3
5. Connecting your appliance to the mains---------------------------------------------------------------------------------3
6. Using your appliance----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3
7. Starting up the freezer---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3
8. Freezing/Storing of fresh food-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3
9. Cleaning and maintenance---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4
10. Using your fridge----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5
11. Troubleshooting guide---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------6
12. Getting your appliance serviced--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------7
Please read these user instructions carefully to understand, quickly and thoroughly, how to use your new
fridge/freezer. Underline any parts you consider particularly important. Look after this document so that you may
consult it in future or pass it on to any future owners.
You have purchased a reliable appliance which will serve you for many years if it is used and maintained
properly. The detailed illustrations can be found on the last pages of this user manual. The performance data on
the rating plate refer to a room temperature within the range of +1ć to 38ć.
Important!
This appliance is designed for domestic use only.
The appliance has been tested against leakage in compliance with the relevant legal safety standards. If you
have bought your new fridge / freezer to replace an old appliance, please make sure that all existing locks on
the old appliance are destroyed before you dispose of it. This will ensure that a child cannot get trapped inside.
Please have the old appliance ecologically disposed of by a company specialised in environmental protection,
since the appliance may contain harmful components in the refrigerant and this must be removed with special
equipment. Please check with your dealer or your local authority.
Make sure that the refrigerating system containing the refrigerant, especially the condenser at the back of the
appliance, is not damaged during transportation to the disposal site, to ensure that the refrigerant does not
leak out. Details of the refrigerant and insulation propellant are on the rating plate affixed to the appliance.
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The user instructions may apply to several models - for this
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damaged in any way during installation.
reason there may be some differences in the details given,
according to the type of the appliance.
1.
Ensure that the pipes circulating the refrigerant are not
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The appliance must only be used for the purpose for which
it is intended.
Protection of Environment / Advice for Disposal
Packaging
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The appliance must be placed on a firm, level surface. This
Serves to protect the appliance during transportation and
is the only way that the refrigerant can circulate freely
recyclable materials have been used for packaging. Corrugated
and thus ensure that your appliance will work
board/ cardboard (mainly from waste paper)
efficiently.
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Shaped parts in PS( foamed CFE-free Polystyrene)
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Foils and bags in PE (Polyethylene)
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Strapping tapes in PP( Polypropylene)
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room.
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Please hand over all packaging to the nearest official collection
Do not place your appliance in direct sunlight, nor in a room
at high temperature.
point, so that all the different materials can be reused or recycled
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as far as possible and any illegal depositing of such materials is
Do not place your appliance in the vicinity of any sources of
direct heat such as heating, ovens, cookers, radiators etc.
If installation near a direct heat source cannot be avoided, we
thus avoided.
2.
If possible, place your appliance in a cool, well-aired dry
recommend installing a suitable distance from the heat source.
Deciding where to Locate your Appliance
In order to avoid any damage or injury to persons or things, the
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From cooker: 3cm
appliance should be unpacked by two people and placed i n the
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From Oven: 30cm
chosen location. Before positioning it, check that your new
appliance has no visible outer damage. On no account should
Never obstruct the ventilation of the appliance.
you start up your appliance if it is damaged. Check the appliance
Always pull out the plug, not the cable, when disconnecting
carefully for:
the appliance from the mains supply.
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Damage to the packaging which might indicate that
Warning: Leave the appliance standing in its final location
the appliance has been mishandled during
for min. 2 hours before switching it on, so that the
transportation.
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Damage to the outer case.
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Any visible damage to the cable / plug.
circulation of the refrigerant stabilises and no
operational problems occur.
Before connecting the appliance to the power supply,
If in any doubt let the customer service department check the
ensure that it is absolutely dry inside.
appliance. It must be avoided that any environmentally
damaging refrigerant leaks out when starting up the appliance.
3.
Installing your Appliance
a)
Unpack the appliance.
b)
In order not to waste raw materials, any handles have
Warning: Depending on its composition, the refrigerant
can be inflammable. However, the refrigerant circuit has
been hermetically sealed and tested many times for
possible leaks.
Any inexpert interference may create a fire hazard.
not been mounted onto the separate part of the
Ensure nothing can mechanically affect the circulation of
appliance. Mount the door handles and at the same time
the refrigerant, in particular the accessible parts around the
any other enclosed parts according to the relevant
compressor.
instructions enclosed, if required for your model.
c)
Remove any objects from inside the appliance.
d)
Carefully remove all film and adhesive tape from the case.
e)
Remove any polystyrene pieces from around the
Only a professional expert should intervene with the
refrigerating system. Any refrigerant spilling out may injure
your eyes. In the event of eye contact with the refrigerant,
compressor if they are included.
f)
Remove all documents and accessories inside.
g)
Clean the inside of the appliance with lukewarm water and
rinse your eyes instantly with plenty of water and consult a
doctor immediately.
vinegar and dry it thoroughly with a soft cloth.
The appliance, according to its climate category, is meant for
use at certain room temperatures lower than 38ć.
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4.Rating plate
3. Do not open the door of the freezer compartment for about 2
The rating plate with the technical data is located on the side of
hours, so that the temperature in the freezer can drop to the
the appliance interior or outside on the rear side of the unit.
correct level.
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Make a note of the technical data and copy the data here below
food (Food which has been bought ready frozen).
so that it is easily accessible without having to move the
. If you want to freeze fresh, chilled food, consult the
appliance out from its location.
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Model Number:-------------------------------------------------
You can now fill the freezer with any amount of frozen
chapter Freezing / Storing Fresh Food.
Warning:
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Gross Capacity:-------------------------------------------------
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Net Capacity:---------------------------------------------------
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Operation Voltage:---------------------------------------------
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Maximum Input Power:---------------------------------------
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Safety Fuse:----------------------------------------------------
inflammable propellants such as butane, propane, pentane
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Energy Consumption:----------------------------------------
etc. in the freezer. Any escaping gases could be ignited by
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Freezing Capacity:---------------------------------------------
electrical
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Do not store any bottled liquids in the freezer.
Liquids expand when frozen and the bottle may explode.
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Never keep explosive substances or aerosol cans with
components.
Such
aerosol
cans
can
be
recognised by the list of contents or by the inflammable
5. Connecting your Appliance to the Mains
symbols printed on the can itself.
Your appliance must be connected only to an earthed power
socket which complies to relevant standards and has been
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When storing ready frozen food, you must follow the
manufacturer's instructions on the food packaging.
installed by an authorised specialist. Before you plug your
appliance into the power socket, check that the voltage and
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Deep frozen ice-cream must not be eaten until a few
the safety fuse for the main fuse box stated on the appliance
minutes after being taken from the freezer to avoid injury to
rating plate match your electrical supply. If these do not match,
lips and tongue. For the same reason, avoid touching the
please notify the nearest service department or your dealer
frozen inner walls of the freezer with wet hands.
immediately. The appliance must not be connected to an
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Defrosted or slightly frozen products should be used
inverse rectifier (ie. solar panels)
immediately. As a rule, such products are not suitable for
6. Using Your Appliance
re-freezing.
Switching on / off and selecting levels on the thermostat
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To Switch On:
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Packaging should be dry to avoid items freezing together.
Ready frozen foods should be stored so that they do not
Turn the temperature dial to the right.
come into contact with newly added foods which have not
The appliance has been switched on.
yet frozen.
The compressor is activated until the set temperature inside the
7. Instructions for the Fridge
appliance has been reached.
Relevant instructions can be found in one of the following
The temperature must be set according to:
chapters.
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The appliance room temperature
8. Freezing / Storing Fresh Food
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The quantity of food stored.
Almost all fresh products are suitable for freezing and storing in
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How often the appliance door is opened.
the freezer. For the most common of these products, a storage
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We recommend a medium setting. You will soon learn
guide with details of acceptable storage times and the most
which is the most suitable setting for your requirements.
suitable packaging is provided.
To Switch Off:
Label fresh products clearly as they are not easy to identify
Turn the dial as far to the left as possible, then the compressor
when deep frozen in transparent freezer bags. We recommend
will switch off.
using commercially available labels for frozen foods.
Pack fresh products in portions suitable for your needs to avoid
defrosting quantities that are too big for you to use up in one day.
. Starting up the Freezer
Label the portions with at least the following information:
1. Switch on t he freezer by turning the tem perature dial t o the
Product name, Weight of the portion, Quantity, Freezing date
right.
and Best Use By date.
2. If equipped with a super freeze switch, turn it on.
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Then continue as follows:
Precautions and advice
a) Berries, fruits with peel, herbs etc. should be laid out loose for
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freezing in the freezer drawer and then put into freezer
Whenever cleaning or defrosting, remove the power
plug or switch off at the mains.
bags after about 12 hours. S tore the filled freezer bags in one
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After closing the freezer door, do not open it
of the available drawers. Fresh food should be placed in the top
immediately and do not force it open under any
drawer and moved down to one of the lower drawers after
circumstances. The vacuum created by the sealing of
approx 2 hours. Avoid putting fresh foods directly in contact with
the door is dispersed after about 1-2 minutes, so that the
deep frozen food. The deep frozen food could defrost and may
door can be opened normally again.
not last out the normal storage time.
b)
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Within a period of 2 hours fill up the freezer only with the
To prevent condensation and ice forming, allow
cooked food to cool down to room temperature before
adequate quantities of fresh food for the freezing capacity of
putting in the freezer.
your freezer. Consult the information on the rating plate.
Leave the freezer door open as briefly as possible to avoid
c)
wasting energy and to prevent and excessive amount of ice
If your freezer is equipped with a super freeze switch,
forming in the freezer.
switch it on. This is not necessary when filling up with already
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frozen foods.
Never use a screwdriver or any other sharp-edged
Warning! Switch off the super freeze switch after 24 hours
metal tool to remove the layers of ice. The interior is very
maximum.
delicate and can be easily damaged by sharp edges. Use
d)
Set the temperature dial to a medium to high setting.
e)
Keep the temperature in the freezer under control by
only plastic or wooden scrapers with no sharp edges.
9. Cleaning and Maintenance
placing a suitable thermometer with a scale range of up to
Always remove the power plug or switch off at the mains.
-2°C. The storage temperature must always be at least -18°C.
For the upkeep of the external appearance of your fridge /
Refilling the Freezer with Fresh Foods
freezer, clean the outside every now and again with furniture
Make sure that you wait at least 2 hours before refilling with
polish or with an enamel protecting product. Clean the door seal
fresh food, in correct quantities according to the freezing
with warm water now and again but do not use any cleaning
capacity of your freezer.
products.
Maximum Capacity
Clean your appliance regularly.
In order to ensure correct storage of frozen food, never fill the
drawers up to the top.
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The various parts inside the fridge / freezer are generally
not suitable for dish washers. These should be washed
Set the temperature dial strictly according to the filling capacity.
by hand with warm water and a little washing up liquid.
Never use cleaning agents neat and on no account use
To save energy in normal room temperatures we recommend
any abrasive or acidic (ie. chemical) liquids. A gentle
setting the temperature dial to a medium setting.
detergent is recommended.
Storage Time
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The rating plate should not be damaged and should never
The storage time for ready deep frozen products depends on the
be removed, this is essential for servicing. Ensure when
type of the products and their ingredients. For this reason, you
cleaning that no water runs onto any electrical parts inside
should strictly follow the manufacturer's instructions on the
the appliance.
packaging.
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If there is a condenser on the back of your appliance, this
should be cleaned regularly. Dust and dirt impede the
When you want to freeze fresh foods yourself, consult the
release of heat from the inside and considerably
FOOD STORAGE GUIDE AT THE BACK OF THIS MANUAL.
increase energy consumption. For best results, use a
Once frozen foods have been defrosted, they should be used
soft brush or a duster to remove dust from the condenser.
within between 12-24 hours.
Do not eat any food beyond its storage time, this
could lead to food poisoning.
Special Tips for Cleaning the Fridge
Clean the drain hole in the fridge from time to time with eg.
cotton buds or similar, in order to keep it clear.
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Switching Off the Appliance
7. As described previously, scrape the thickest ice carefully from
If your appliance is going to be switched off for longer periods, it
the freezer and put it in the kitchen sink.
should be left opened to prevent odours from building up inside.
8. If your appliance is equ ipped with a drip duct at the bottom,
Ice and frost layers, which build up to a certain thickness on the
pull it out and place a bowl to catch the dripping water
inside wall, can act as insulation and prevent the dis persion of
underneath.
cold air. These must be removed from time to time. To remove
9. If necessar y, speed up defrosting by placing a large bowl of
layers of ice from interior walls, use a plastic or wooden scraper
warm water on the bottom of the appliance and close the door.
If your appliance is not equipped with a drip duct, place
with no sharp edges. Before doing this, remove the drawers
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and lay a cloth on the bottom of the appliance to catch the ice
an absorbent cloth underneath the front of the appliance and
as it is scraped off, so that it can be easily removed.
wipe up the defrosting water with a sponge.
The method least likely to damage your appliance when
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removing the layers of ice is to defrost it.
and a little vinegar and then rinse it out with clear water.
Defrosting
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Dry it thoroughly with a soft cloth and air it for 3-4 minutes.
13.
Close the door and plug the appliance back in.
14.
Reset the temperature dial to the maximum setting.
15.
Now refill the dra wers with the frozen food, the oldest
In normal circumstances the product should be defrosted by its
own system, which is automatic.
Thoroughly clean the inside, wipe it out with warm water
items at the top.
To prevent frozen food from defrosting, carry out the steps
described above within 2 hours maximum.
Danger Warnings:
10. Using the Fridge
Switch On / Off and Selecting the Temperature
Never use electrical appliances to defrost your appliance,
The appliance is switched on automatically when it is plugged in
eg. hair dryer, fan heater, dehumidifier, de-icing spray or
and the power is switched on.
anything with a naked flame.
Temperature Settings:
Turn dial left to Lowest setting = slight cooling
Turn dial right to Highest setting = lowest temperature
The plastic interior of your appliance could melt and the
The temperature must be set according to:
escaping gas or foam could be ignited by sparks or a
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Room temperature
naked flame .
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Quantity of stored foods
Under no circumstances should a steam cleaning device
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How often the appliance is opened
be used to defrost layers of ice in the appliance (risk of
We recommend a medium setting. You will soon learn, through
electric shock).
observation, which is the most suitable setting for your
requirements.
Proceed as follows to defrost your appliance:
1.
Use a suitable non-metallic container.
2.
Ensure that you switch off at the socket and remove the
Internal Lighting:
For those models equipped with internal lighting, there is a
built in switch. When the fridge door is opened, the light comes
on automatically and goes off again when the door is closed.
plug.
3.
The light bulb is protected by a transparent cover. The spare
Dry your hands thoroughly to prevent skin damage from the
bulb should be max.15W.
contact with ice.
4.
When replacing the light bulb, follow the instructions given on
Remove all frozen food from the freezer and roll it firmly in
the separate sheet or the illustration on the last page of this
newspaper, then place it in the container and leave the
user manual.
container in a cool, dry room.
5.
Cover the container all around with a thick blanket.
6.
Remove the drawers by pulling them as far out as possible
and then raising them slightly.
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Changing the Light Bulb:
Please Note:
Never use a stronger light bulb than indicated above. The
The compressor must not operate continuously. It is controlled
voltage indicated on the bulb must comply with the relevant data
by a thermostat with which you set temperatures. It is perfectly
marked on the rating plate of your appliance.
normal to hear noise from the compressor when the refrigeration
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Unplug the appliance from the main fuse.
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Remove the transparent lamp cover
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Remove the old bulb by unscrewing it and screw in the
In unheated rooms and in cold weather conditions, condensation
replacement bulb.
can build up on the outer walls of the appliance. This does not
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Fit the lamp cover back in place.
mean there is fault and it will disappear when the temperature
system is running.
Temperature Range:
increases.
Due to the natural air circulation in the fridge, there is a range of
Only call the service department if after analysis of the possible
different temperatures which are suitable for the storage of
fault factors, you cannot find any cause for the defect or you are
different foods. The coldest areas are directly over the salad
able to eliminate the fault yourself.
crisper, in the lowest part of the fridge and against the back wall,
the warmest areas are in the front upper part and on the door.
a)
Arrange foods according to the following table and st ore them
not too tightly packed so that the air can circulate freely. Storing
The appliance does not function ( it is not running)
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Is the plug in good order and is it plugged in the
socket properly?
food in the fridge (from the top to the bottom)
Is the electricity coming through?
(check this by
1.
Door Storage Compartments
a)
Butter, Cheese
b)
Eggs
c)
Small Jars or Bottles, Tins, Seasonings,
Larger bottles
2.
Fridge Compartment (shelves and crisper)
a)
Preserves
b)
Pastries, Ready-cooked Foods
c)
Dairy / Meats and Sausages
Considerably more time is possible in specially insulated
d)
Vegetables, Fruits and Salad
Keep in sealed containers or the packaging recommended overleaf.
Alcoholic spirits should be stored tightly closed.
appliances. Ask your dealer what is the relevant storage time in
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possibly plugging in a smaller appliance)
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In the event of a fault or of a power failure, the insulation of
the appliance walls provides 2 - 5 hours storage time for
frozen foods after the beginning of the power cut.
an emergency.
If it takes longer to resolve a problem, the frozen food in the
appliance begins to defrost. Therefore, please take prompt
Vegetables, fruits, salad can be stored unpacked in
action to resolve the problem and, if necessary, move the frozen
food to another freezer (perhaps to another refrigerator).
Plastic and aluminium foils (which can be re-used)
b) If your appliance is not cooling correctly, the freezing process
ar e suitable for packing food, as are metal or
is taking too long and the compressor is running too often:
glass containers.
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Please check:
Hot food and drinks should always be allowed to
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cool down outside the fridge.
e)
( temperature
dial should not be set to 0)
the salad crispers.
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Is the appliance switched on?
Did you ensure that the fridge / freezer was left to stand for
at least 2 hours before switching it on? ( To stabilise the
circulation of the refrigerating fluid) See "Starting Up"
Troubleshooting Guides:
If not, unplug your appliance and lift it to one side, with the door
High quality processes and the use of the latest
closed, for a short while, ie. tilt it and then place it back down on
refrigerating and freezing technology will basically ensure the
the floor again. After 2 hours, plug it back in. Do not open the
trouble- free functioning of your appliance. If you suspect any
door again for about 12 hours.
fault, before contacting your nearest service department directly
If the door does not close tightly and it not sealing properly:
or via your dealer, make sure that you have followed
Test: place a sheet of paper between the seal and the casing
all instructions and advice given in this user manual.
and close the door. It should be difficult to pull out the paper.
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13. Guarantee:
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Heavy ice forming on the inside walls of the freezer
The terms and duration of the guarantee are those stated
on the guarantee card or indicated elsewhere in this manual.
( see Cleaning and Maintenance)
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The appliance is exposed to direct sunlight or it is sited
14. Building in the appliance
near a direct heat source.
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Protect the appliance against direct sunlight / check
Relevant instructions are included among the other appliance
documentations.
the distance from the heat source / place an insulation
plate between the appliance and the source of heat.
As these products are subject to continual improvement,
See: Choosing where to Install your Appliance )
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they are subject to change without prior notice.
The freezer has been filled up with a quantity of fresh food
in excess of the freezing capacity indicated on the rating
plate.
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Is the ventilation working properly, the ventilation grille
covered or is the condenser on the outer rear wall full of
dust?
c) Your appliance is excessively noisy:
Please check:
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Is the cabinet standing level and steady or are any
nearby objects or items of furniture being vibrated by the
cabinet? Ensure everything at the rear is free and
carefully bend back any parts touching.
Note: Slight bubbling noises are normal for this type of
refrigeration system.
Warning:
On no account should you undertake any technical
interventions or attempts at repair on your appliance.
12. Getting Your Appliance Serviced:
Any repairs or interventions on the appliance should only
be carried out by your nearest service department, as
otherwise the user may run considerable risks and the
guarantee may not longer be valid.
Consult the enclosed guarantee card to see which company is
responsible for servicing your appliance.
If there is no indication of the nearest service department in the
documentation provided, then contact your dealer.
Repairs by the service department to eliminate faults which
have occurred because of non-adherence to the information and
advice given in this user manual, will be charged to the
customer and are not covered by the guarantee.
In order to receive immediate help, make sure you have the
following essential data ready to identify your appliance:
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Model Number
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Date of Purchase
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Name and Address of your Dealer
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Description of the Fault
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STORAGE TABLE
Fresh Food
Approx. Storage time in Weeks
Suitable Packaging
2-3
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Mincemeat
Polyethylene bag
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Sausages
Polyethylene bag
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Small Fish
Polyethylene bag
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Offal
Polyethylene bag
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Ice Cream
Plastic container
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Fruit
Plastic container
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Cheese
Polyethylene bag
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Bread
Polyethylene bag
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Large Fish
Polyethylene bag
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lass container
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Cake / Biscuits
10-12
Pork
Aluminium foil
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Beef
Aluminium foil
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Lamb
Aluminium foil
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Mushrooms
Polyethylene bag
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Asparagus
Polyethylene bag
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Vegetables
Polyethylene bag
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Strawberries
Polyethylene bag
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Quiche
Aluminium foil
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Chicken
Aluminium foil
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Turkey
Aluminium foil
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Duck
Aluminium foil
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Goose
Aluminium foil
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Cauliflower
Polyethylene bag
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Beans
Polyethylene bag
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Pepperoni
Polyethylene bag
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Preserves
Glass container
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Preserved Fruit
Glass container
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Ice Lollies
Aluminium foil
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Remarks: The above data are only for reference.
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Refrigerator Diagram
① Control Panel and Lamp
② Food Shelf
③ Fresh Food Container
④ Drawers
⑤ Bottle Holder
This diagram may very slightly with the layout of the refrigerator you have just
purchased due to technical improvements.
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Installation And
Ventilation
This appliance must never be installed
close to heat sources, e.g. heating
elements, cookers or in damp places.
cooling system at the rear of the
• The
appliance must not touch the rear wall.
• The
appliance must be installed with
adequate ventilation. Ensure that
there is clearance above the appliance
to allow air to escape and that there
is space between the rear of the
appliance and the wall.
fig. 4
The diagram shows the ventilation
requirements for your appliance.
Failure to provide adequate ventilation
can lead to increased running costs and
premature failure and may invalidate the
guarantee provided with the appliance.
fig. 5
Ventilation
The main consideration when installing any refrigeration unit into
a fitted kitchen is ventilation. The heat removed from the cooling
compartment needs to be dissipated into the atmosphere. Incorrect
ventilation can lead to premature compressor failure, excessive power
consumption and total system failure. For products intended to be
installed into a tall housing unit, the following requirements need to be
met:Important
Please follow the instructions to install this unit.
An air intake
should be
provided
somewhere in
the cabinet run to
allow free air in.
In this example,
a plinth vent is
shown underneath
the refrigerator .
The top of the cabinet needs to be
vented into the room
Refrigerator
outline
Recommended size of vent opening:
500 x 35mm
If the furniture does not allow free air
into the room then a plinth vent, or other
means of ventilation needs to be provided to ensure a natural flow of air
A thin section of
the plinth can be
removed to allow
air into the unit
(recommended
600mm x 10mm)
Min 30mm
There should be space at the rear of the
cabinet to allow cool air to be drawn over
the condenser.
Recommended:
500 x 35mm
300
300
plan view of cut out and ventilation gaps
fig. 6
A hole should be cut in the supporting
shelf, as shown below
The open channel at the rear is clearly shown. For the correct
operation of the appliance it is important that the top of the housing
unit is not blocked off. A channel depth of 40-50mm is normal with
most units.
A hole is shown in the base shelf of the unit; this allows air to be
drawn over the compressor & heat exchange. Some installers fit a
decorative plinth vent. In most cases this is not required, but is a
welcome aesthetic addition.
As a rule, the more air can get in, the better and more efficient the
operation of the product.
Mounting the Fascia
Door
x4
• U
sing a screwdriver, fix the mounting
brackets to the appliance door, as
shown in figure 7.
osition the appliance within the unit.
• P
Ensure that there is a gap of 3 to 4mm
between the non-hinged side and the
cabinet wall.
fig. 7
x4
• Locate the slider in the bracket and fix
the slider to the fascia door 20 to 22mm
from the edge of the fascia as shown
in figure 8, ensuring that the slider is
positioned centrally and horizontally
within the bracket. Tighten securely by
hand.
20 mm
• Fill
the gap on the non-hinged side with
the seal strip provided, as shown in
figure 9.
fig. 8
Door gasket
fig. 9
Reversing the Doors
We recommend you seek the help of another individual to support the
doors whilst performing this operation.
prise off the cover cap for the top hinge and unscrew the
1. Carefully
screws fixing the top hinge to the appliance, you should support the
upper door whilst doing this.
2.Carefully remove the upper door and place it somewhere safe. Note
that there are spacers between the door and the hinge; note how
many and their position.
3.Remove the central hinge by removing the 3 screws fixing it to the
appliance; support the lower door whilst doing this.
4.Remove the lower door and place it somewhere safe, again noting
the position of any spacer pieces.
5.Swap the previous top hinge to the opposite side at the bottom.
6.Refit the lower door using any spacers and position the central hinge
on the door. After removing the 3 cover caps, fix the hinge securely
to the appliance.
the previous bottom hinge to the opposite side at the top.
7. Swap
Refit the upper door and the “new” top hinge and fix securely to the
appliance.
8.Fit the central cover caps and top hinge cover pieces in place to
complete the process.
9. Unscrew all four slider brackets from the doors and swap them over
to the side furthest from the new hinge positions, before the decor
door is fitted.
Ensuring the doors seal correctly:
It is normal for the seal to be compressed after the door has been
reversed.
With the door closed, use a hair dryer to expand the seal and fill the
gap between the door and the body of the appliance.
Take care not to use the hair dryer too close to the appliance, which
could damage the seal. A distance of approximately 10cm should be
adequate.
When completed, allow the seal and door to cool before touching them.
Once done, the seal will remain in position.
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
· Directive RoHS 2011/65/EC
and has thus been marked with the symbol and been issued with the CE symbol and been issued with
a declaration of compliance made available to market regulators.
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