Use and
Care Manual
Flammable Material
Storage Freezer
LFBFS05W1HC
7085 597-00
Table
of
Table of Contents
Contents
Page
Please Read and Follow these Instructions....................... 2
California Proposition 65..................................................... 2
Disposal of Old Appliance................................................... 3
Disposal of this Appliance................................................... 3
Disposal of Carton............................................................... 3
R600a Refrigerant............................................................... 3
Important Safety Information............................................... 4
Electrical Safety................................................................... 4
Safety Regulations.............................................................. 5
Setting Up............................................................................ 5
Dimensions.......................................................................... 5
Installation Dimensions....................................................... 6
Description of the Appliance............................................... 6
Operating and Control Elements......................................... 7
Switching the Appliance On and Off................................... 7
Setting the Temperature...................................................... 8
Door Open Alarm................................................................. 8
Setting the Delay Time for the Door Open Alarm.............. 8
Audible Alarm Settings........................................................ 8
Alarm Messages.................................................................. 8
Adjusting the Alarm Parameters......................................... 9
Deactivating the Audible Alarm Function............................ 9
Calling Up Stored Alarm Events and Reading the
Temperature Progression.................................................. 10
Resetting the Recorded Alarm Events HAn..................... 10
Resetting the Recorded Temperature Progression rt ..... 10
Alarm Test.......................................................................... 10
Calibrating the Control Sensor ..........................................11
Product Sensor (optional accessory).................................11
Calibrating the Product Sensor .........................................11
Switching the Temperature Display between Control
Sensor and Product Sensor...............................................11
Resetting the Parameters to Factory Settings..................11
Setting the Real Time Clock............................................. 12
Changing the Network Address ....................................... 12
Keypad Lock...................................................................... 13
Temperature Display Mode .............................................. 13
Safety Lock........................................................................ 13
Defrosting........................................................................... 14
Cleaning............................................................................. 14
Troubleshooting................................................................. 15
Customer Service.............................................................. 15
Turning Off the Appliance.................................................. 15
External alarm.................................................................... 16
Opening for external temperature sensor......................... 17
Changing Over Door Hinges............................................. 18
Warranty............................................................................. 20
Please Read and Follow these
Instructions
These instructions contain Danger, Warning and
Caution notes.
This information is important for safe and efficient
installation and operation.
Always read and comply with all Danger, Warning and
Caution notes!
DANGER!
Danger indicates a hazard which
will cause serious injury or death if
precautions are not followed.
WARNING!
Warning indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, could
result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION!
Caution indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, may result
in minor or moderate injury.
IMPORTANT
This indicates information that is especially
relevant to a problem-free installation and
operation.
California Proposition 65
This product contains chemicals known to the state of
California to cause cancer or reproductive harm.
IMPORTANT
All types and models are subject to continuous
improvement. The manufacturer reserves the right
to make modifications to the shape, equipment
and technology.
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Safety
Disposal of Old Appliance
DANGER!
Risk of child entrapment.
Child entrapment and suffocation are not problems of
the past.
Junked or abandoned refrigerators are still dangerous –
even if they will sit for “just a few days.”
If you are getting rid of your old refrigerator, please
follow these instructions to help prevent accidents.
Before you discard old appliances:
• Take off the doors.
• Leave the shelves in place so that children
may not easily climb inside.
• Cut off the power cable from the discarded
appliance. Discard separately from the
appliance.
• Be sure to follow your local requirements for
disposal of appliances.
Contact the trash collection agency in
your area for additional information.
Disposal of this Appliance
This appliance contains flammable gases within
the refrigeration circuit and insulation foam.
Contact the municipality or disposal company
in your area for information on approved
recycling or disposal.
Disposal of Carton
The packaging is designed to protect the appliance and
individual components during transport and is made of
recyclable materials.
WARNING!
Keep packaging materials away from
children. Polythene sheets and bags can
cause suffocation!
If possible, please recycle packaging material at a recycling facility.
R600a Refrigerant
WARNING!
The refrigerant R600a contained within the
appliance is environmentally friendly, but
flammable. Leaking refrigerant can ignite.
To prevent possible ignition, follow the warnings
below:
• Keep ventilation openings, in
the appliance enclosure or in
the built-in structure, clear of
obstruction.
• Do not use mechanical
devices or other means to
accelerate the defrosting
process, other than those
recommended by the manufacturer.
• Do not damage the refrigerant circuit.
• Component parts and power cords shall be
replaced with like components performed by
factory authorized service personnel only.
• Do not use electrical appliances inside the
food storage compartments of the appliance,
unless they are of the type recommended by
the manufacturer.
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Safety
Important Safety Information
Electrical Safety
• If the appliance is damaged on delivery,
contact the supplier immediately before connecting it to the power source.
Connect this appliance to a 15 amp or 20 amp, 110120 VAC, circuit which is grounded and protected by a
circuit breaker or fuse.
• To guarantee safe operation, ensure that
the appliance is set up and connected as
described in this manual.
• Disconnect the appliance from the power
source if a fault occurs. Pull out the plug,
turn off or disable the power source.
• When disconnecting the appliance, always
pull it out by the plug; never pull on the
cable.
• Any repairs and work on the appliance
should only be performed by the customer
service department. Unauthorized work may
be dangerous to the user. The power source
cable should only be changed or replaced
by the customer service department.
• Do not store explosives or sprays using
combustible propellants such as butane,
propane, pentane, etc. in the appliance.
Electrical components might cause leaking
gas to ignite. You can identify such sprays by
the printed contents or a flame symbol.
• To prevent possible injury due to an electrical shock, be sure to disconnect the power
cord or turn off the circuit breaker before
cleaning the appliance.
• To avoid injury or damage to the appliance,
do not use steam cleaning equipment to
clean the appliance.
• Do not operate the appliance in the presence of explosive fumes.
• In the event of a power outage, open the
door as infrequently as possible.
• To protect the appliance from possible damage, allow it to stand 1/2 to 1 hour in place
before turning on the electricity. This allows
the refrigerant and system lubrication to
reach equilibrium.
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We recommend using a dedicated circuit for this appliance to prevent circuit overload and the chance of
interruption to the appliance.
This appliance is equipped with a three-prong (grounding) polarized plug for your protection against possible
shock hazards.
Where a two-prong wall receptacle is encountered,
contact a qualified electrician and have it replaced with
a properly grounded three-prong receptacle in accordance with all local codes and ordinances.
WARNING!
Electrocution hazard.
Electrical grounding required.
• Do not remove the round grounding
prong from the plug.
• Do not use extension cords or
ungrounded (two-prong) adapters.
• Do not use a power cord that is frayed or
damaged.
•
Do not use a power strip.
Failure to follow these instructions may
result in fire, electrical shock or death.
Setting Up
Safety Regulations
Setting Up
Range of appliance use
The interior, which is free from sources of ignition,
is used for storing flammable substances in closed
containers and meets the requirements for Class I,
Division 2 for storage of flammable substances.
IMPORTANT
- The appliance is not intended for outdoor use.
- The appliance is not intended for storage of blood or
blood products.
- The appliance is not intended to be used for medical
applications.
- The appliance is not suitable for operation in
potentially explosive atmospheres or hazardous
(classified) locations.
Climate rating
The climate rating indicates at what room temperature
the appliance may be operated to achieve full cooling
capacity and what the maximum humidity level in the
area around the appliance may be to ensure that no
condensation forms on the exterior housing.
Climate Rating
Max. Ambient
Temperature
Max. Relative
Humidity
7
95°F (35°C)
75%
CAUTION!
To avoid risk of personal injury or property
damage, have two people to move this
appliance into place.
Avoid placing the appliance in direct sunlight or near
the stove, range top, radiators and similar heat sources.
• Examine the unit and packaging for shipping damage. Contact the carrier immediately if you suspect
there is any damage.
IMPORTANT
If several appliances are
installed next to each
other, leave a gap of 12"
(305 mm) between them.
Dimensions
The minimum room temperature at the place of installation is 50°F (10°C).
IMPORTANT
Do not operate the appliance outside the specified
ambient temperature and humidity range.
- The refrigerant circuit has been tested for leaks.
- The appliance complies with current safety regulations C22.2 No. 120-13, UL 471 - 10th Edition.
We recommend cleaning the appliance before turning it
on for the first time. See Cleaning.
WARNING!
Do not allow children to play with the
appliance. Children must not climb, sit or
stand on the shelves or door.
Failure to follow these instructions may
result in death or serious injury.
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Features
Installation Dimensions
Version 1
An opening with a cross-section of min. 31 sq. in. is
re­quired in the worktop to ensure ventilation of the rear
of the appliance.
Version 2
If the wortktop is not supplied with a ventilation grille,
the recess must be at least 34 -1/2" (876 mm) high to
ensure adequate heat dissipation to the front.
Ventilation opening
Description of the Appliance
Operating and control elements
Drawers
Model plate
Adustable-height feet
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Operation
Operating and Control Elements
On/Off button (switching the appliance on and off)
Switching the Appliance On and Off
Up button (for navigating in the menu and
increasing values)
Connect the appliance to the electrical outlet - the OFF
indicator and the temperature display flash alternately.
Down button (for navigating in the menu and
decreasing values)
Keypad lock
AlarmLog button (for calling up stored alarm events
and reading the temperature progression)
Audible alarm Off button
Enter button
Symbols in the display
Compressor is running
LED flashing. The compressor will start after the
pressure in the refrigerant circuit has equalized.
Product sensor is activated
LED flashing and
appears in the display. The
real time clock must be reset.
ALARM LOG function is activated
LED flashing. A power outage or interior temperatures
outside the permitted range have been recorded.
Alarm function
A fault has occurred in the appliance. Contact the
customer service department.
Digital display
Switching the appliance on
Keep the
button pressed for approx. 3 seconds until
the temperature display lights up.
No alarm sounds or is displayed when the appliance is
switched on for the first time.
If the appliance is disconnected from the electrical outlet for a long time after it has been switched on for the
first time and if the temperature inside the appliance
rises above the upper alarm limit, this will be detected
appears
as a fault by the electronic control system (
in the display).
When the appliance is switched on again, this display
must be reset as shown below.
• Press button
• Press
The
+
.
for 5 seconds. Display =
.
LED will now be lit permanently.
for 5 seconds. The electronic control sys• Press
tem switches back to normal operation.
Switching the appliance off
Keep the
button pressed for approx. 3 seconds - the
OFF indicator and the temperature display flash alternately.
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Operation
Setting the Temperature
Audible Alarm Settings
• Press
for 1 second. The temperature display
flashes.
The audible alarm will be muted for the current alarm
after the
button has been pressed. Complete the
following steps if you want the audible alarm function to
reactivate automatically.
• To increase the temperature (warmer): press
.
Note
Keep the button pressed down to change the temperature setting continuously.
• To reduce the temperature (colder): press
• Press
.
• Press
for 5 seconds. Display =
• Press
until
.
appears in the display.
• Press
. Display = .
• Press
. Display = .
• Press
. Display =
again.
The desired temperature setting is saved.
The temperature can be set at between 14°F and -14°F
(-10°C and -25°C).
Door Open Alarm
If the door is left open for more than 1 minute, the audible alarm signal will sound and
and the temperature indication flash alternately in the display.
If the door must be opened for a lengthy period in
order to place items into the appliance, cancel the
button.
audible alarm signal by pressing the
The alarm switches back to standby when the door is
shut.
Setting the Delay Time for the
Door Open Alarm
The delay time until the audible alarm sounds after the
door has been opened can be adjusted.
• Press
for 5 seconds. Display =
• Press
until
.
appears in the display.
.
Automatic reactivation of the audible alarm is now
active. The delay time until the audible alarm sounds
again must be set.
• Press
. Display =
.
• Press . Display = .
Time in minutes after which the audible alarm will
sound again after the
button has been pressed.
Setting range = 1 - 120 minutes.
• Use buttons
• Press
or
. Display =
to select the desired setting.
.
• Press
for 5 seconds. The electronic control system switches back to normal operation.
Alarm Messages
1. LED
flashes
If
appears in the display, the appliance has a fault.
Consult your nearest customer service point.
• Press . Display = (minute).
Setting range = 1 - 5 minutes.
2.The temperature display flashes alternately with
or
• Use buttons
The interior is too warm (HI) or too cold (LO). The audible alarm sounds (unless the audible alarm function has
been deactivated).
• Press
or
. Display =
to select the desired setting.
.
• Press
for 5 seconds. The electronic control system switches back to normal operation.
3. HA / HF / LED
flashes
There has been a power outage (HF) of some length or
the interior was too warm or too cold (HA) during a certain period of time.
Up to three alarm events can be stored and called up.
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Operation
Adjusting the Alarm Parameters
The alarm limits (difference to the set temperature)
and the alarm delay (delay until alarm sounds) can be
adjusted.
• Press
for 5 seconds. Display =
.
until
appears in the display.
• Press
(AL = lower alarm limit)
• Press
. Display = temperature difference in °F.
• Use buttons
or
to select the desired setting.
IMPORTANT
Set positive values only.
• Press
. Display =
• Press
. Display =
• Press
. Display = temperature difference in °F.
• Use buttons
or
.
Deactivating the Audible Alarm
Function
The audible alarm function can be completely deactivated if necessary.
Note
In this case, the sentence “The audible alarmsignal
will sound” in these operating instructions must be
skipped when reading the section in question.
• Press
for 5 seconds. Display =
• Press
until
• Press
.
appears in the display.
. Display = .
• Use buttons
or
to select the desired setting.
= audible alarm function activated
(upper alarm limit).
to select the desired setting.
IMPORTANT
= audible alarm function deactivated.
• Press
. Display =
.
• Press
for 5 seconds. The electronic control system switches back to normal operation.
Set positive values only.
• Press
. Display =
.
• Press
. Display =
.
• Press
. Display = alarm delay in minutes.
• Use buttons
• Press
or
. Display =
to select the desired setting.
.
• Press
for 5 seconds. The electronic control system switches back to normal operation.
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Operation
Calling Up Stored Alarm Events
and Reading the Temperature
Progression (ALARM LOG)
• Press
. Display =
.
• Scroll through the list using
or
.
Number of temperature alarms
Complete the following steps if you want to reset the
value saved for
in the previous section to 0.
• Press
. Display =
• Press
until
• Press
Last temperature alarm
• Press
Last temperature alarm but one
.
appears in the display.
. Display =
-
.
for 5 seconds. Display =
.
and
(highest and lowest meaThe values for
sured interior temperature) are then reset to the current interior temperature.
Temperature alarm before
Number of power outages
Resetting the Recorded
Temperature Progression rt
• Press
for 5 seconds. The electronic control system switches back to normal operation.
Last power outage
Last power outage but one
Power outage before
Period in hours in which the maximum and minimum interior temperatures were measured
Maximum (highest) measured temperature
Lowest measured temperature
button. Press
• Select the required item using the
this button again to return to the list.
Note
You can exit the menu at any time by pressing
5 seconds.
for
If no button is pressed within 60 seconds, the electronic
control system switches back automatically.
Resetting the Recorded Alarm
Events HAn
• Press
. Display =
.
• Press
for 5 seconds. Display =
.
for 5 seconds. The electronic control sys• Press
tem switches back to normal operation.
Alarm Test
This test checks the function of the internal and any
externally connected alarm devices. The appliance’s
refrigerating function remains switched on during this
test.
• Press
+
for 5 seconds.
• The display changes to a temperature value of 0.2°F
below the set upper alarm limit.
• The temperature value now rises by 0.1°F every
2 seconds.
• When the upper alarm limit is reached,
appears in the display. An external alarm device
connected to the floating alarm output is now activated.
• The temperature value continues to rise up to
0.2°F above the upper alarm limit.
• The same process then takes place automatically
for the lower alarm limit.
appears in the display.
The electronic control system automatically switches
back to normal operation.
Cancelling the test prematurely
• Press
for 5 seconds.
Note
If the values of the upper and lower alarm limit (AL and
AH in Adjusting the Alarm Parameters are set to 0,
and
will appear in the display during this test.
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Operation
Calibrating the Control Sensor
Calibrating the Product Sensor
(standard sensor for temperature control)
Possible tolerances of the product sensor (the set temperature compared to the actual interior temperature)
can be offset with this function.
Possible tolerances of the control sensor (the displayed
temperature compared to the actual interior temperature) can be offset with this function.
• Press
for 5 seconds. Display =
• Press
until
• Press
.
appears in the display.
. Display = correction value set at the factory.
• Use buttons
or
to increase or decrease the
correction value in 0.1°F increments.
• Press . Display = actual (corrected) interior temperature.
• Press
. Display =
• Press
for 5 seconds. Display =
• Press
until
• Press
.
appears in the display.
. Display =
.
• Use buttons
or
to increase or decrease the
correction value in 0.1°F increments.
• Press . Display = actual (corrected) product sensor
temperature.
for 5 seconds. The electronic control sys• Press
tem switches back to normal operation.
.
• Press
for 5 seconds. The electronic control system switches back to normal operation.
Product Sensor
(optional accessory)
The temperature may be measured or recorded at any
point in the interior using the product sensor.
For information about ordering and connecting the product sensor, contact your dealer.
Activating the sensor
• Press
for 5 seconds. Display =
• Press
until
.
appears in the display.
• Press
. Display = .
• Press
. Display = .
• Press
. Display =
.
for 5 seconds. The electronic control sys• Press
tem switches back to normal operation.
appears in the display, the product sensor has
If
not been activated.
If
appears in the display, the product sensor has not
been connected, or is faulty.
Switching the Temperature
Display between Control Sensor
and Product Sensor
• Press
for 5 seconds. Display =
.
• Press
. Display =
.
• Press
. Display = (control sensor).
• Press
. Display =
• Press
. Display =
(product sensor).
.
• Press
for 5 seconds. The electronic control system switches back to normal operation.
If the product sensor is activated,
display.
appears in the
Resetting the Parameters to
Factory Settings
The alarm limits and sensor calibration values can be
reset to the factory settings using this function.
• Disconnect the power cord.
• Keep
cord.
pressed down and connect the power
Display =
• Press
.
. Display =
.
The electronic control system automatically switches
back to normal operation.
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Operation
Setting the Real Time Clock
The real time clock is preset (CET). Other time zones or
summer/winter time must be adjusted manually.
Setting the hour
• Press . Display =
Note
The time and date values in this section are depicted
with 0. The actual numbers displayed when setting the
real time clock may vary.
• Press
Activating the clock setting
• Press
for 5 seconds. Display =
• Press
. Display =
Setting the year
• Press . Display =
• Press
. Display =
• Press
• Press
• Press
. Display =
.
• Press
. Display =
.
• Press
Month 1 - 12
buttons.
Day 1 - 31
buttons.
12
buttons.
= save new setting.
Note
appears in the display, the real time clock
When
must be reset.
• Press
for 5 seconds. Display =
• Press
until
• Press
.
appears in the display.
. Display = .
• Use button
(1 - 207).
or
. Display =
to change the network address
.
• Press
for 5 seconds. The electronic control system switches back to normal operation.
. Display = .
= save new setting.
• Press
• Press
= save new setting.
• Set the day of the week by pressing the
tons.
• Press
(single or double digit).
When connecting several appliances via the RS485
interface, each appliance must have its own network
address.
Setting the day of the week
• Press . Display =
.
Day of the week: 1 = Monday, 7 = Sunday.
• Press
. Display =
Minute 0 - 59
Changing the Network Address
(single or double digit).
• Set the day by pressing the
.
for 5 seconds. The electronic control sys• Press
tem switches back to normal operation.
= save new setting.
Setting the day
• Press . Display =
= save new setting.
Exiting the clock setting
(single or double digit).
• Set the month by pressing the
• Press
buttons.
= save new setting.
Setting the month
• Press . Display =
buttons.
• Set the minute by pressing the
Year 0 - 99
(single or double digit).
• Set the year by pressing the
(single or double digit).
Setting the minute
• Press . Display =
.
.
. Display =
Hour 0 - 23
• Set the hour by pressing the
• Press
.
.
but-
Operation
Keypad Lock
Temperature Display Mode
The keypad lock ensures that no unintentional changes
are made to the electronic control system.
You can choose the unit of temperature for the display
in degrees Fahrenheit or degrees Celsius.
The factory setting is degrees Fahrenheit.
Setting a PIN code for the keypad lock function
• Press
for 5 seconds. Display =
• Press
until
• Press
• Press
appears in the display.
or
to choose a PIN code between
at the desired code number.
or
to select the desired setting.
• Enter the PIN code using button
. Display =
or
.
.
and
. Display =
.
• Press
for 5 seconds. The electronic control system switches back to normal operation.
Safety Lock
for 5 seconds. Display = .
All functions except
. Display = .
= °C
• Press
Activating the keypad lock
• Press
.
= °F
• Press
for 5 seconds. The electronic control system switches back to normal operation.
• Press
for 5 seconds. Display =
• Use buttons
. Display = .
• Use button
1 and 999.
• Press
• Press
.
The lock in the appliance door is
equipped with a safety mechanism.
are locked.
Note
If an incorrect PIN code is entered, the electronic control system switches back to normal operation without
activating the keypad lock.
Locking the appliance
• Insert the key and push as shown by
arrow 1.
• Turn the key 90° clockwise 2.
Deactivating the keypad lock
• Press
for 5 seconds. Display = .
• Enter the PIN code using button
• Press
. Display =
or
.
Unlocking the appliance
• Insert the key and push as shown by
arrow 1.
• Turn the key 90° counterclockwise 2.
.
All functions are enabled.
Note
If an incorrect PIN code is entered, the keypad lock
remains active.
WARNING!
Risk of child entrapment and suffocation
due to a locked appliance door.
To Prevent A Child From Being Entrapped,
Keep The Key Out Of Reach Of Children
And Not In The Vicinity Of Freezer (Or
Refrigerator).
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Defrosting / Cleaning
Defrosting
Cleaning
After a longer period of operation a layer of frost or ice
can build up on the cooling plates in the freezer compartment. This will increase the energy consumption.
WARNING!
Leaking refrigerant can ignite.
• Do not damage the refrigerant circuit.
WARNING!
• To prevent possible injury due to an
electrical shock, be sure to disconnect the
power cord or turn off the circuit breaker
before cleaning the appliance.
• To avoid injury or damage, do not use steam
cleaning equipment to clean the appliance.
• Do not use mechanical devices or other
means to accelerate the defrosting process,
other than those recommended by the
manufacturer.
Cleaning the appliance interior
• Remove the drawers.
• Disconnect the power cord or turn off the
circuit breaker.
• Clean the inside of the appliance and equipment
parts with lukewarm water and a little detergent.
• Transfer items to other appliances.
• Remove the drawers.
• Leave the door of the appliance open while defrosting.
• Thoroughly dry all parts with a cloth.
• Do not damage or remove the model plate on the
inside of the appliance. It is very important for servicing your appliance.
• Insert the drawers.
CAUTION!
Danger of frostbite due to prolonged skin
contact with cold surfaces.
Use protective gloves when defrosting.
• After a defrosting time of approx. 20 minutes, the
layer of frost or ice can be detached from the interior
container by hand and removed.
• Mop up the remaining water with a cloth and clean
the appliance.
• Insert the drawers.
Cleaning the appliance outside
• Clean the door surface with a clean and soft cloth. If
necessary, use a moist cloth (water + detergent).
IMPORTANT
Do not use abrasive or scouring pads or sponges.
Do not use concentrated cleaning agents. Never
use abrasive or acid-based cleaners or chemical
solvents.
• Ensure no cleaning water penetrates into the electrical components.
Do not use a sponge or cloth
that is overly wet.
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Your appliance is designed and manufactured for a long life and reliable operation.
If a problem occurs during operation, check whether it is due to an operating error.
Please note that even during the warranty period, you may be responsible for certain repair costs.
Problem
Possible cause and remedy
Appliance does not
work, display is off.
- Is the appliance turned on?
- Is the power cord properly inserted in the outlet?
- Is the circuit breaker or fuse in working order?
Motor seems to
run too long.
- Is the ambient temperature too hot? See Safety Regulations.
- Has the appliance been opened too often or left open too long?
The temperature is
not cold enough.
-
-
-
-
Error codes displayed
Cause and further action
E0 or E1 or E2 or rE
Sensor error. > Contact the customer service department.
EE or EF
Error in the electronic control system. > Contact the customer service department.
LO
Temperature in the interior is too low. > Contact the customer service department.
HI
Temperature in the interior is too high (warm). > First make sure that the door is closed
properly. If the HI display does not disappear after approx half an hour, contact the customer service department.
dor
The appliance door has been left open for more than 1 minute. > Close the door.
Etc
Real time clock error. > Reset the real time clock.
HF or HA
There has been a power outage (HF) of some length or the interior was too warm or too
cold (HA). > See Calling Up Stored Alarm Events and Reading the Temperature
Progression.
Is the temperature setting correct? See Setting the Temperature.
Does a separately installed thermometer show the correct reading?
Is the ventilation system working properly?
Is the appliance set up too close to a heat source?
Customer Service
If none of the above possible causes apply, and
you can not rectify the
fault yourself, contact the
customer service departement. Indicate the type (1)
of appliance, service number (2) and the appliance /
serial number (3) as shown on the model plate.
Turning Off the Appliance
If your appliance is to be turned off for any length of
time, switch it off and disconnect the plug or switch off
or unscrew the fuse.
Clean the appliance and leave the door open in order to
prevent unpleasant odors.
The position of the model plate is shown in the section
entitled Description of the Appliance.
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Installation
External alarm
Floating alarm output
These three contacts can be used to connect the appliance to an optical or acoustic alarm device.
We recommend connecting the
appliance to an external alarm
device.
There are various connection
options at the back of the appliance.
The connection is designed for a maximum of
42 V/8 A DC from a safety extra-low voltage (SELV)
source (minimum current: 150 mA).
The appliance may only be
connected to an external alarm
device by trained personnel.
IMPORTANT
When the power supply voltage is supplied to
the floating alarm contact, the technical safety
requirements specified in the C22.2 No. 120-13 and
UL 471 - 10th Edition standards will not be met.
Floating alarm
output
Connection to
RS485 interface
Optional temperature sensor
connection.
IMPORTANT
Only the original Liebherr
temperature sensor, article
number 9590 145, is
suitable for this connection.
Terminating resistor
When connecting several
appliances via the RS485
interface, the terminating
resistor must remain on the
last appliance.
Remove the terminating resistors from the appliances
in between.
Note
The connectors are secured
with screws. To remove the
connectors, undo the left
and right screws using a
small slotted screwdriver.
N.O
Alarm output
Connection for a visual warning light
or an acoustic alarm signal.
N.C
Operating light
Connection for a control lamp to indicate that the appliance is in normal
mode.
COM
External power supply unit
42 V/8 A DC maximum
Minimum current: 150 mA
RS485 interface
Rx- / TxSend/Receive data cable (negative pole)
Rx+ / Tx+
Send/Receive data cable (positive pole)
GND
Grounding cable
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Installation
Opening for external temperature sensor
4.Lay the sensor cable
behind the condenser
and insert it in the predrilled opening.
1.Drill the marked
section on the back
of the appliance.
2.Pull out the strain
relief device.
5.Clip the strain relief
device on the sensor
cable and insert it in
the opening.
Position the temperature sensor as desired.
Liebherr Temperature Sensor
Article Number 9590 145
6.Close the sensor
cable opening on
the back of the
appliance with the
sealant provided.
3.Connect the temperature sensor and secure the plug using
a small slotted screwdriver.
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Changing Over Door Hinges
Changing Over Door Hinges
Door hinges should only be changed by a trained
expert.
Changing over the door hinges requires two people.
IMPORTANT
The door mounting has
a spring mechanism that
enables the door to close by
itself. The hinge bracket turns
to the left when the screws
are undone.
3.Pull out the hinge
bracket.
IMPORTANT
The door must now be held secure by another
person.
1.Hold the hinge bracket and remove the screws.
Turn the hinge bracket to the left and continue to
hold it.
4.Unscrew the hinge pin
and insert into the lefthand opening.
2.Move the bottom of the door
forwards and remove it downwards.
Carefully place the door on a
soft surface.
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5.Transfer door handle and
plugs to the opposite side.
Changing Over Door Hinges
Adjusting the lateral tilt of the door
If the door is at an angle, adjust the angle.
6.Transfer upper hinge
components to the
opposite side.
7. Transfer screws to the opposite side.
Use a Torx 25 key or a
14 mm metric hexagon key.
11. Undo screws and slide
hinge bracket to the
right or left.
Tighten screws.
8.Insert the hinge bracket
as shown in the illustration and hold it.
9.Mount door on hinge pin
and close.
IMPORTANT
The door must now be held
secure by another person.
10.Turn the hinge bracket.
This tensions the spring in the
closing mechanism.
Screw on hinge bracket.
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Warranty
COMMERCIAL LABORATORY AND MEDICAL PRODUCTS
FULL THREE YEAR WARRANTY
For three years from the date of original purchase, your Liebherr warranty covers all parts and labor to repair or
replace any part of the product which proves to be defective in materials or workmanship under normal and proper
use and maintenance as specified by Liebherr and upon proper installation and start-up in accordance with the
Owner’s Use and Care Guide supplied with each Liebherr unit.
TERMS APPLICABLE TO EACH WARRANTY
This warranty will apply to products purchased and located in the United States and Canada. Products must be
purchased in the country where service is requested. Any part covered under the above warranties that is determined
by Liebherr to have been defective within the time frame is limited to the repair or replacement, including labor
charges, of defective parts or assemblies. The labor warranty will include standard straight time labor charges
only and reasonable travel time, as determined by Liebherr. This warranty is void for any misuse of the intended
application of these products.
All service provided by Liebherr under the warranty must be performed by authorized Liebherr service representatives,
unless otherwise specified by Liebherr. The warranty does not cover any parts or labor to correct any defect or
damage caused by negligence, accident, fire, flood, acts of God, improper use, improper maintenance, improper
delivery, improper installation, power interruptions, power surges, incorrect electric current, voltage or supply, use
of extension cords, improper grounding, removal and reinstallation of the product if it is not installed in accordance
with published installation instructions or in an inaccessible location, service cost or service call to instruct the user
on the proper use of the product or repairs to parts or systems resulting from unauthorized modifications made to
the product repairs when the product is used in a manner that is contrary to published user or operator instructions
and/or installation instructions.
Liebherr is not responsible for economic loss, profit loss or direct, indirect or consequential damages, losses
or other costs and expenses resulting from any spoilage of any items stored in a Liebherr refrigeration system
including refrigerators, freezers, and wine coolers whether they be food, medicine, wine or otherwise. In no event
will Liebherr have any liability or responsibility whatsoever for damage to surrounding property, including but not
limited to cabinetry, floors, ceilings and other structures or objects around the product. You are solely responsible
for any structure and setting for the product including but not limited to all electrical, plumbing or other connecting
facilities, for proper foundation/flooring and for any alterations including without limitation cabinetry, walls, flooring
and shelving. Warranties are void if the original serial numbers have been removed, altered or cannot be readily
determined. Liebherr reserves the right to amend or alter this warranty and/or any warranty terms at Liebherr’s
discretion.
THE REMEDIES DESCRIBED ABOVE FOR EACH WARRANTY ARE THE ONLY ONES WHICH
LIEBHERR WILL PROVIDE, EITHER UNDER THESE WARRANTIES OR UNDER ANY WARRANTY
ARISING BY OPERATION OF LAW. LIEBHERR WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY
CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES ARISING FROM THE BREACH OF THESE
WARRANTIES OR ANY OTHER WARRANTIES, WHETHER EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY.
Some states/provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages so the above
limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other
legal rights which vary from state to state, or province to province.
For all other warranty inquiries or to receive parts and/or service and the name of the Liebherr authorized service
representative nearest you, for the USA and Canada, contact the Liebherr designated national service provider
at service-commercial.us@liebherr.com or call 1-844-LICOSVC (1-844-542-6782) or contact your authorized
Liebherr dealer or distributor.
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