Rangemaster DxD 910 User guide

Rangemaster DxD 910 User guide
DxD 910
Refrigerator
User Guide
&
Installation & Service Instructions
U109923 - 08A
Contents
1.
Before You Start
Safety
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3.
4.
About Your Refrigerator
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Defrosting
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Cleaning
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Water Filter
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Shutting Off the Refrigerator
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When Not in Use
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The Light
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Air Curtain Removal and Installation
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About the Freezer Compartment
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Fridge Freezer Controls
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Dispenser Control
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Control Centre Power Down
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Error Codes
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Door Ajar Alarm
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Over-voltage Protection
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Power-breaking Memorising Function
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Tips on Storing Fresh Food
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Tips on Freezing Food
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Installation
Cleaning and Maintenance
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About the Fresh Food Compartment
Food Storage Tips
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(only for servicing if needed)
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Troubleshooting
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Warranty/After Sales Service
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Technical Data
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Positioning Your Appliance
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Removing and Installing the Doors
and Drawers
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Adjustable Feet
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Levelling the Doors
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Electrical Supply Connection
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Water Supply Connection
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Due to our policy of continual improvement, we reserve the right to change specifications without prior notice.
1. Before You Start
Thank you for buying a Rangemaster appliance. We hope
that it provides a stylish yet practical solution to your cooling
needs. We hope that this handbook supplies you with all the
information you require. If there is anything you are unsure of
please contact us (see ‘Warranty’ section for Customer Care’s
details).
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WARNING: This appliance must be earthed.
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Please leave the appliance to stand for at least six
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hours. This will allow the cooling system to settle
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following transportation.
Always make sure a qualified person installs this
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appliance.
The freezer compartment is rated at 4 stars.
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This appliance is designed for domestic use only.
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Using it for any other purpose could invalidate any
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warranty or liability claim.
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Before you plug the appliance into the mains, clean
the inside of the appliance using warm water and
bicarbonate of soda, then dry thoroughly.
Check that no parts of the appliance are damaged,
especially parts of the cooling system, pipes or leads. If
damage has occurred, DO NOT install the appliance; you
should contact a qualified service engineer or return the
appliance to its place of purchase.
If the accessories inside the appliance have been
disturbed during transit, reposition them in accordance
with the instructions.
Make sure that the electrical supply to your plug socket
is correct for this appliance – the required information is
on the data badge of the appliance.
Once the appliance is installed, cleaned and dry, it is
ready to be plugged in and switched on.
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Electrical Safety
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Safety
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The data badge is located inside the appliance
(refrigeration compartment).
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WARNING: Use potable (drinking) water with this
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appliance.
WARNING: Keep this appliance clear of any
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obstruction.
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DO NOT damage the refrigerant circuit. If it does
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become damaged, do not use the appliance.
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WARNING: Do not use mechanical devices (such as
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hairdryers) to defrost this appliance.
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When replacing old appliances, make sure that you
have disabled any locking mechanisms before disposal
– it may even be best to remove the appliance door
completely to prevent children from becoming trapped
inside the appliance.
The appliance must be connected to the power supply
safely. Loose connections, broken plugs and bare wires
are a safety hazard. Make sure that all connections are
sound.
Before undertaking any routine maintenance or minor
repairs, disconnect the appliance from the electrical
supply.
DO NOT touch cold surfaces of the appliance while it is
in use as this will cause hands to stick to them leading
to freezer burns.
When moving the appliance take care not to damage
the leads, pipes or condenser unit. Should these parts
become damaged, contact a qualified service engineer.
Effervescent liquids (fizzy drinks) should never be
frozen. These liquids expand during freezing and
this may lead to the bottles/containers shattering or
exploding.
Foods that are intended to be defrosted or cooked first,
such as breads or meats, must not be eaten in their
frozen state.
If food looks or smells strange, do not attempt to eat it.
If in doubt throw it away. Spoiled food can be harmful to
your health.
Never use sharp, metal implements to scrape ice off the
surface of this appliance. Only use implements, which
are fit for this purpose (such as plastic scrapers) and use
carefully to avoid damaging the lining of the appliance.
The cooling system contains refrigerant and oils, all of
which are harmful to health if leaked. Should leakage
occur, disconnect the appliance and ventilate the room
it is installed in. Take care to ensure that you do not get
any coolant near to, or in, your eyes.
Contact a service engineer or arrange to have the
appliance removed.
DO NOT use the appliance under any circumstances.
Connections to the mains supply should be in
accordance with local regulations.
The appliance must be plugged into an earthed socket.
The plug MUST be accessible after the appliance has
been positioned.
The refrigerator is supplied with a standard three-pin
plug, of which the one for grounding should never be
removed.
Hold the plug, not the electrical cable, when
unplugging the refrigerator.
Make sure that the refrigerator does not trap the electric
cable.
Do not step on the cable.
Avoid damage to the electric cable when moving the
refrigerator.
Damaged Electrical Cable
If the electrical cable is damaged or worn, turn off the
refrigerator and consult an authorised agent for replacement.
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2. About Your Refrigerator
Fig.2-1
Control panel
Air curtain vents
Water filter
Dairy compartment
Dairy product stored here
LED lights
Wine/bottle rack
Telescopic shelf
Meat, fruit and vegetable
crispers
Full width pantry
Bottle rack
ArtNo.600-0004 - Refrigerator layout
Upper freezer drawer
with ice maker
Lower deep freeze drawer
The refrigerator is shown in Fig.2-1 and has the following
features:
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Water filter: This unit comes equipped with a chlorine
and odour free filter.
‘Ready ice’: This is located in the upper freezer drawer
for quick ice cube access. A great place to store large
quantities of ice for parties and picnics.
Extra large, spacious design. The refrigerator offers
large capacity fresh and frozen food in three convenient
compartments; a French door type refrigerated
compartment and two lower freezer drawers.
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The upper freezer drawer is for ice cubes, regularly used
foods and “left-overs”.
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The lower freezer drawer is for deep, longer duration
freezing.
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CFC-free, Frost-free, Fast-freeze and Fast-cool options.
Air curtain technology: The air curtain is in the front
top part of the refrigerated compartment. It prevents
cold air from escaping when the fridge is opened, and
distributes cool air evenly. This ensures that food is kept
fresh for longer.
LED interior lights: come on when the door is opened.
The performance of the light is not affected by any of
the appliances other settings.
Automatic temperature and clock display.
Water filter and door ajar alerts for notifying you of
performance changes.
Large humidity controlled pantry tray.
About the Fresh Food Compartment
Fig.2-2
It is recommended to leave storage space between the
foods for good cold air circulation. The temperatures in the
refrigerator are slightly warmer near the top and colder near
the base. Suggestions for storage (Fig.2-2):
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Eggs, butter, cheese, etc.
Tins, cans, condiments, etc.
Drinks and all kinds of bottled foods.
Pickled foods, drinks or cans.
Meat, poultry, fish and raw foods.
Flour foods, cans, dairy, etc.
Cooked meats, sausage, etc.
Fruits, vegetables or salads.
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ArtNo.600-0022 - Food compartment
Shelves
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The height of the cantilever shelves can be adjusted to fit
your storage needs.
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When adjusting the height of the shelf, first remove any food
placed on the shelf. Tilt the front of the shelf upwards and
then pull it to unlatch the rear hooks (Fig.2-3). Place the
hooks in a new ladder slot location and tilt back down into
position on an even horizontal plane.
Make sure that the two sides of the shelf are in level
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positions otherwise food may drop off.
Fig.2-3
The shelves will not pull out accidentally when you remove
foodstuff from the appliance.
Crisper
The refrigerator is designed to include a fruits, vegetables
and/or deli crisper. Its inside temperature can be adjusted
according to the type of food being stored.
Turn up the humidity control button located on the righthand side of the crisper (Fig.2-4) to increase the humidity
inside. In doing this, the crisper is suitable for storing
cucumbers, grapes, oranges, apples, peaches, lettuce and
other produce with a high moisture content.
Fig.2-4
Turn down the humidity control button to lower the humidity
in the crisper. This is suitable for storing meats, cheeses,
onions and other drier foods.
Humidity
Level
To remove the crisper cover lift up the shelf, then pull it
straight out in the direction shown (Fig.2-5).
Hi
Lo
ArtNo.600-0018 - Humidity controls
Full Width Pantry
The refrigerator is specially designed to include a full width
pantry with a temperature which can be adjusted depending
on the type of food to be stored.
Fig.2-5
Note: Do not press the air-regulator button (Fig.2-6) too hard
to avoid any damage.
ArtNo.600-0021 - Removing the crisper shelf
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Bottle Rack Height Adjustment
Fig.2-6
Hold both sides of the bottle rack then lift and pull it straight
out for cleaning or to change location (Fig.2-7).
After cleaning, the bottle rack can be installed in the reverse
manner, and the position can be adjusted according to the
height of the food to be stored.
When adjusting the height of the bottle rack, it is
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better to house the dairy bin above the bottle rack.
ArtNo.600-0045 - DxD Pantry drawer
When opening or closing the dairy bin, please take
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care not to trap your fingers (Fig.2-8).
Fig.2-7
About the Freezer Compartment
The freezer compartment consists of upper and lower
drawers.
The upper freezer drawer (Fig.2-9) is arranged to load ice
cubes in a tray on the left-hand side and either more ice or
frequently frozen and frequently used foods on the righthand side of the drawer.
ArtNo.600-0020 - Removing the bottle rack
The lower deep freeze drawer (Fig.2-10) is for longer duration
freezing.
Fig.2-8
Note: Do not pull the freezer drawers with too much force as
food may fall out. Do not overpack the drawer otherwise food
will fall out when opening too fast.
ArtNo.600-0001 - Dairy bin
Using the Ice Maker
Ice Maker Principles:
The ice maker tray periodically receives an automatic flow of
water to the ice maker ice cube tray. Once the water freezes
a sensor on the tray recognises cubes have been made and
automatically twists the tray to drop the ice cubes into the
ice bucket. The capacity of the ice maker depends on the
ambient temperature, frequency of the freezer door openings
and freezer compartment cooling temperature setting.
Typical ice harvest is 1.8 kg per day.
Fig.2-9
If This is Your First Ice Maker
Occasionally you may hear sounds, like the flowing of water
or ice cubes dropping. These sounds are quite normal and are
not a cause for concern or complaint. In periods of infrequent
use ice cubes may stick together; again this is quite normal.
ArtNo.600-0005 - Freezer drawer 1
If You Do Not Use Ice Too Often
Older ice cubes can get stale. Clean the ice container
periodically using warm water. Before putting it back, dry it
well so that the cubes do not stick to the surfaces.
Fig.2-10
If You Do Not Use the Ice Container For Long Periods of
Time:
If you will not be using the ice container for a long time,
throw out the remaining ice cubes, wash the container with
warm water, dry it with a towel and place back in the fridge.
Close the water supply to the ice maker (see ‘Closing the Water
Supply to the Ice Maker’).
ArtNo.600-0006 - Freezer drawer 2
Note: When opening the upper freezer drawer, avoid rapid
pull out which can cause the ice cubes to fall into the lower
deep freeze drawer.
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Fig.2-11
ArtNo.600-0015 - Fridge freezer control panel
A
B
C
A – Quick freeze button,
B – Freezer temperature adjusting buttons,
C – Freezer temperature display,
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D – Refrigerator temperature display,
E – Refrigerator temperature adjusting buttons,
F – Refrigerator quick chill button,
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G – Water filter reset button,
H – Water filter indicator
Fridge Freezer Controls
Fig.2-12
The Fridge Freezer control panel is situated inside the fridge
compartment at the top, as shown in Fig.2-11.
Fridge Settings
Adjusting the Fresh Food Temperature
The fridge temperature range is 1 °C to 7 °C.
ArtNo.600-0036 - Fridge controls 1
Press either of the refrigerator adjustment buttons ‘<’ or ‘>’
(Fig.2-12) and the refrigerator digital display will flicker.
Fig.2-13
Press button ‘<’ to reduce the temperature; press button ‘>’ to
increase the temperature.
Fresh Food Quick-Chill
Press the Quick Chill button (Fig.2-13) and the Fresh
Food quick-chill refrigerator indicator lamp will illuminate.
The refrigerator is now in quick-chill refrigerator mode.
The refrigerator will switch out of quick-chill mode when
the storage temperature is 1 °C lower than the desired
temperature.
ArtNo.600-0037 - Fridge controls 2
Fig.2-14
If you want to switch off the quick-chill mode, press the Quick
Chill button. The quick-chill indicator lamp will go out, and
the refrigerator will be out of quick-chill mode.
Freezer Settings
Adjusting the Freezer Temperature
The freezer temperature range is –19 °C to –13 °C.
Fig.2-15
Press either of the freezer temperature adjustment buttons ‘<’
or ‘>’ (Fig.2-14) and the freezer digital display will flicker.
Press button ‘<’ to reduce the temperature; press button ‘>’ to
increase the temperature.
Freezer Quick-Freeze
The quick-freeze function is designed to freeze food
completely in the shortest possible time.
Press EXPRESS FRZ button and the Express-freeze button
indicator lamp will illuminate (Fig.2-15). The freezer is now in
the quick-freeze mode.
The freezer will remain in this mode for 4 hours. You can press
the Quick Freeze button after 3 hours if you wish to end the
quick-freeze mode early.
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Water Filter Settings
Fig.2-16
When the water filter indicator light is illuminated this means
the water filter should be changed.
After the water filter is changed, press the Water Filter RESET
button (Fig.2-16) – the water filter indicator light will go out.
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Note: If the water filter illuminator light does not go out
when the RESET button is pressed then try the following:
Make sure the freezer is in Quick Freeze mode, then press and
hold the EXPRESS FRZ and the RESET buttons (Fig.2-17) for
3 seconds. The water filter indicator light will go out.
Fig.2-17
Closing and Opening the Water Supply to the
Ice Maker
To close the water supply, press and hold the freezer button
‘>’ and refrigerator button ‘<’ simultaneously for 3 seconds
(Fig.2-18). The ‘EXPRESS FRZ’ indicator will flash.
Fig.2-18
This will shut off the water supply to the ice maker but will
not affect the water dispenser.
To re-open the water supply, simply press and hold the
ArtNo.600-0043
Water supply
settings
button
‘<’ simultaneously
freezer
button ‘>’ and- refrigerator
simultaneously for 3 seconds again (Fig.2-18). The ‘EXPRESS
FRZ’ indicator will stop flashing, indicating that water is once
again available to the ice maker.
Fig.2-19
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A
B
Dispenser Control
The Dispenser Control panel (Fig.2-19) is situated on the
front of the left-hand door.
To Lock
ArtNo.030-0029
Press and
hold the- DxD
‘ ‘ symbols
button (Fig.2-20). When the buzzer
sounds the lock indicator will light – the clock settings are
now fixed and the cold drinks dispenser is locked.
88:88AM
To Unlock
ArtNo.030-0029
Press and
hold the- DxD
‘ ‘ symbols
button (Fig.2-20). When the buzzer
sounds and the indicator light goes out the dispenser is
unlocked. The clock settings can now be adjusted and the
cold drinks dispenser can be used.
ArtNo.600-0014 - Dispenser control
A – Hour button,
B – Minute button,
C – Lock button,
D – Digital display
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Adjusting the Clock
Fig.2-20
Press and hold both the ‘ ‘ button and ‘ ‘ button for three
seconds (Fig.2-21). After the buzzer sounds the digital
display will flicker and the clock can now be set. Press the
ArtNo.030-0029
- DxD
symbols
‘ ’ button
to adjust
the
hours, and the ‘ ‘ button to adjust
the minutes.
ArtNo.030-0029ArtNo.030-0029
- DxD symbols - DxD symbols
ArtNo.030-0029 - DxD symbols
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Note that it is a 12-hour clock.
Control Centre Power Down
After 30 seconds the digital display on the control panel will
switch off until such time as the refrigerator is used again.
ArtNo.600-0041 - Dispenser control lock
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Changing the Digital Display Mode
Fig.2-21
You can change the digital display setting so that the display
remains lit. To change the setting:
button until the lock indicator is lit
1.ArtNo.030-0029
Press the- DxD
‘ ‘ symbols
(Fig.2-20).
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Press and hold both the ‘ ‘ button and ‘
(Fig.2-21) until a bleep sound is heard.
ArtNo.030-0029ArtNo.030-0029
- DxD symbols - DxD symbols
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‘ button
The clock is now set. To revert to the energy saving setting
simply repeat the procedure.
ArtNo.600-0042 - Dispenser control time buttons
Note: If power to the refrigerator is interrupted the display
will return to the default mode.
Using the Water Dispenser
When using the water dispenser for the first time you may not
get water out immediately since air will be in the line. Please
press the dispenser tab for at least 1 minute, to clear the air
and replace it with water from the water tank.
The first few cups of water will be warmer than the remaining
cups. This is normal.
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Do not use a paper cup or one that is too tall to fit into
the dispenser cavity.
When dispensing water please keep your cup under the
spout for a few seconds after finishing operating the tab
to catch all the water droplets.
If the dispenser has not been used for a while, throw
away the first 5 cups of water to remove any impurities
in the lines.
Error Codes
In the event of an error occurring, the main control digital
display screen will show one of the following codes:
F1, F2, F3, F5, F6, Ed, ER, ES, E0, E1, E2.
If this happens, please contact Customer Service to have the
refrigerator repaired.
Door Ajar Alarm
If any door is left open for more than 60 seconds the Door
Ajar Alarm function will start. An alarm will buzz at 30-second
intervals to alert the user that a door has been left open.
Over-voltage Protection
This refrigerator is equipped with power-surge protection.
When this function is in effect, the refrigerator will switch off
automatically. After 5 minutes, the power should be turned
back on.
Power-breaking Memorising Function
When the refrigerator turns off as a result of a power surge,
the state of the refrigerator before the power break is
memorised. Once restarted, this allows the refrigerator to
operate with the programmed default values as before the
power break.
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3. Food Storage Tips
Tips on Storing Fresh Food
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Make sure that foods, which have been cooked and
require chilling, are at room temperature before placing
them into the appliance. Make sure that these foods are
stored in suitable containers.
Foods stored in the refrigerator should be cleaned and
dried before storing.
Before foods are put into the refrigerator, it is
recommended that the foods should be pressurised,
so that the water cannot vaporise, and the fruits and
vegetables keep fresh and food smells will not mix.
Stored foods can be marked in bags.
Foods eaten daily should be stored at the front of the
shelf.
Make sure that foodstuffs are stored systematically (raw
meats with raw meats, dairy with dairy) to avoid flavour
transfer and cross contamination. Raw meats should be
stored towards the bottom of the appliance to prevent
the possibility of it dripping onto uncooked food. Other
foods should be stored above raw meat.
When storing food in the fresh food section always
make sure there is adequate space for airflow
circulation. This helps to maintain the shelf life of the
food.
When storing food in the refrigerator make sure that
foods are not too close to the rear wall to avoid the risk
of freezing.
It is suggested for radishes and other root vegetables to
trim the leaves. This keeps the nutrition in the root and
not absorbed by the leaves.
Put frozen foods into the fresh food area to let them
defrost. The low temperature of the refrigerator reduces
the formation of bacteria and extends food life.
Some foods like onions, garlic, bananas and root
vegetables are better stored at room temperature than
in the fridge.
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Melon, pineapples and bananas can go directly into the
freezer after preparing, for storage over a longer period.
Packaging fresh foods properly, using the correct
temperature and taking into account food hygiene, will
enhance the quality of fresh foods stored within this
appliance.
Use plastic bags, aluminium foil or other food wraps to
cover fresh foods not in packaging to prevent flavour
transfer and prevent contamination.
Before storing items in multi-packs (i.e. yoghurt) remove
any excess packaging.
NEVER store anything that is flammable, volatile or
explosive inside the appliance.
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Beverages with high alcohol content should be stored
vertically in tightly sealed bottles.
Delicate foods should be stored in the coolest part of
the appliance.
Try not to open the door too often.
Set the thermostat to make sure that foods remain
suitably cold; try to avoid freezing within the fridge.
Using a thermometer will help you to judge how cool
the appliance is. Place it into a glass of water and leave
it inside the appliance for several hours to get a reliable
reading.
Some foods contain natural oils and acids (e.g. citric
acid) which can damage plastics if spilled – make sure
these foods are suitably contained.
Unpleasant odours inside the fridge are a sign that
something has spilled and cleaning is required. Using
warm water with bicarbonate of soda will clean the
interior of the appliance and remove most spillages (see
‘Cleaning and Maintenance’).
Always remember to remove perishable foods from this
appliance before taking prolonged trips of holidays.
Tips on Freezing Food
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When storing commercially frozen foods, please follow these
guidelines:
As with storing fresh foods, suitable packaging, correct
temperature and food hygiene will enhance the quality
of the food you are freezing.
Avoid putting hot foods into the freezer. First let them
cool until they reach room temperature.
Make sure that all foods for freezing are of a high
quality, and suitable for freezing.
Use packaging material that is odourless and airproof
(such as plastic bags) to store food in so different foods
can be mixed without affecting the quality. Make sure
that it is airtight. Leaking packaging will dehydrate the
products and lead to loss of beneficial vitamins.
Keep the surface of the packaging dry – this keeps the
packs from freezing together.
Mark packages with the kind of food contained and the
date of storage.
Food needs to be frozen quickly, so it is best to
freeze small portions whenever possible and ensure
that they are as cold as possible before storage. The
recommended maximum weight for each portion is
2.5 kg.
Keep food which is fresh away from food which is
already frozen, if you need to freeze fresh food every
day, make sure that it is in small portions to prevent this.
Do not exceed the maximum load for freezing – which is
given as 10 kg / 24-hours (see data badge for details).
Write the expiry date and food names on the outside of
the packaging so you can be assured of the food type
and when it is safe to eat.
Take food from the freezer to defrost when needed.
Defrosted food cannot be refrozen unless it is cooked.
Do not put too much fresh food into the freezer at once.
This could go beyond the freezer’s cooling capacity (see
‘Technical Data’).
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Always follow manufacturers’ guidelines for the length
of time you should store food for. Do not exceed these
guidelines!
Try to keep the length of time between purchase and
storage as short as possible to preserve food quality.
Buy frozen foods, which have been stored at a
temperature of –18 °C or below.
Avoid buying food which has ice or frost on the
packaging – This indicates that the products might have
been partially defrosted and refrozen at some point –
temperature rises affect the quality of food.
Should there be a power cut, or the freezer /
refrigeration appliance fail for any length of time you
may need to remove food from the freezer and store
in a cold, hygienic place (i.e. garage or out house area)
until the power is restored, or the appliance is repaired.
To prevent undue temperature rises you should wrap
the foods in layers of insulating material, such as
newspaper, to help to maintain their temperature. It is
also important that any food affected by this situation
should be either consumed or cooked and refrozen
(where suitable) soon afterwards in order to prevent
health risks.
Layers of newspaper can also be used to help keep
foods cold while you are defrosting the freezer (see
‘Cleaning and Maintenance’).
4. Installation
Positioning Your Appliance
Fig.4-1
Choosing the Right Location
ArtNo.600-0034 - Clearances
This appliance should be installed in a room that is dry
and well ventilated. To ensure adequate ventilation, the
refrigerator should be at least 15 mm clear on all sides
from kitchen cabinetry (Fig.4-1). Any units placed above
the appliance must be clear by 15 mm to allow sufficient
ventilation.
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If locating the refrigerator close to a corner, sufficient spacing
must be left for opening the doors and removing the shelves
(Fig.4-2).
This appliance should be at least 100 mm from any electric
or gas cooker and 300 mm from any coal or oil stove. If this is
not possible, ensure that appropriate insulation is used.
Avoid exposing the appliance to direct sunlight, and sources
of heat (such as radiators, heaters or cookers).
If this appliance is situated in a cold environment (such as
a shed, outhouse or garage) it will affect its performance.
You may find that the performance of the appliance is not
consistent and this may damage foods. A consistent ambient
temperature of 10 °C or above is recommended.
Fig.4-2
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Removing and Installing the Doors and
Drawers
In the event that you need to remove the
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refrigerator doors, please follow the door removal
ArtNo.600-0033 - Door clearances
and installation instructions below.
Fig.4-3
It is suggested, for your safety, to have two or more
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people to assist you in completing the below task to
avoid injury, product damage or property loss.
Door Removal and Installation
Undo the retaining screws on the top cover. Remove the top
cover and place to one side for reinstallation.
ArtNo.600-0009 - Removing the door
Right-hand Door
Using a suitable screwdriver, remove the top hinge screws
and remove the hinge. Lift the refrigerator door off the lower
hinge (Fig.4-3) and place it to one side.
ArtNo.600-0011 - Disconnecting the pipes
Fig.4-4
Refit the door and cover in the reverse sequence.
Left-hand Door
Disconnect the wire cable connector (Fig.4-4) above the lefthand hinge.
Fig.4-5
ArtNo.600-0047 DxD water connector
Fig.4-6
On the back of the appliance, remove the water pipe cover.
Pull the upper securing clip off the water connector (Fig.4-5).
Push down on the top of the connector to release the water
pipe (Fig.4-6) and remove.
ArtNo.600-0048 DxD water connector 2
From the top of the left-hand door, pull out the water pipe
until it is clear of the refrigerator body.
Using a suitable screwdriver, remove the top hinge screws
and remove the hinge. Lift the refrigerator door off the lower
hinge and place it to one side.
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Refit the cable, pipe, door and top cover in the reverse
sequence.
Fig.4-7
When removing the hinge and separating it from the
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door body make sure to support the door to stop it
falling forward.
Removing the Upper Freezer Drawer
Open the drawer as far as possible. Remove the ice tray and
divider. Pull the rear section of the drawer inner compartment
upwards slightly to enable the front section to be released
from the door.
ArtNo.600-0012 - Removing the upper drawer
Hold and pull the front section of the inner compartment
upwards to remove it from the refrigerator.
Undo the retaining screws (Fig.4-7) holding the upper
drawer to the telescopic runners. Lift the drawer upwards and
remove.
Fig.4-8
Removing the Lower Freezer Drawer Inner
Compartment
Open the drawer as far as possible. Pull the rear section of the
drawer inner compartment upwards slightly to enable the
front section to be released from the door (Fig.4-8).
Hold the front section of the inner compartment and pull it
upwards to remove it from the refrigerator.
ArtNo.600-0013 - Removing the deep freezer drawer
Adjustable Feet
Make sure that the appliance is on solid level flooring. If the
refrigerator is placed on a plinth, flat, strong and fire resistant
materials must be used.
Fig.4-9
Fig.4-10
This appliance has front adjustable feet, which can be used to
level the appliance.
ArtNo.600-0035
- Adjusting
the feet
ArtNo.600-0035
- Adjusting
the feet
Insert a suitable flat screwdriver into the slots of the
adjustable feet. Turn the screwdriver clockwise to raise the
feet (Fig.4-9), and anti-clockwise to lower the feet (Fig.4-10).
Levelling the Doors
If the door heights are uneven, spacer rings (supplied) can be
inserted to raise the door level.
Fig.4-11
Raise the door up from the lower hinge. Using a suitable pair
of pliers, insert a clip ring between the door and hinge
(Fig.4-11). Up to three clip rings can be inserted as required.
Electrical Supply Connection
Connect the appliance to the electrical supply (220-240 V ~
50 Hz) with the plug and lead, which are fitted.
Connections to the mains supply should be in accordance
with local regulations.
The appliance must be plugged into an earthed
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socket.
Always make sure that the plug is accessible after
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the appliance has been positioned.
ArtNo.600-0003 - Door alignment
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Water Supply Connection
Fig.4-12
It is recommended to have this product installed by
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a qualified technician.
ArtNo.600-0045 - Fitting the water pipe 1
Cut the water pipe according to need and avoid bending the
water pipe too much. Usually, the pipe length should be less
than 5 m. If the water pipe is too long, the ice and cold water
content will be affected because there may be insufficient
water pressure.
Insert one end of the water supply pipe into the water inlet
on the rear of the appliance (Fig.4-12).
Connect the other end into the plastic adaptor. Screw the
adaptor onto a suitable ¾” check valve or washing machine
valve.
The water pressure should be between 207-827 kPa
(21-123 psi) for correct operation of the cold water dispenser
and ice maker.
Open the water valve to flush the pipe, check leakage in the
water pipe joints and allow the water to run until it is clear.
The water pipe cannot withstand heat. Keep it away from all
heat sources.
Before first use, press the water dispenser pad several times
for 1 minute. Do not press for more than 1 minute to prevent
overheating of the pad activator solenoid. Cold water will
begin to flow from the outlet.
The water filter is there to filter impurities in the water, and to
make ice clean and hygienic. It cannot sterilise or destroy
anything, so be certain to connect the water pipe to a
drinkable water source.
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To prevent the pipe from freezing, do not install the
water pipe in a space below 0 °C.
When the temperature of the ice maker is equal to or below
–15 °C the ice maker will begin to make ice.
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Throw out the first few batches of ice cubes if you are
making ice for the first time or have not made it for a
long time.
After the refrigerator is installed, put the water supply
pipe in a suitable place to prevent crushing and
damage.
If the cubed ice becomes smaller, this may suggest that
the filter is blocked from the impurities.
5. Cleaning and Maintenance
Defrosting
Fig.5-1
Defrosting is done automatically so there is no need to
manually defrost this appliance.
DO NOT use mechanical devices to accelerate the
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defrosting process.
Cleaning
Disconnect the appliance from the power supply
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before cleaning.
To keep internal odours to a minimum it is best to periodically
clean the inside shelves, crispers, bins and wall.
Empty the appliance of food and remove the shelves.
ArtNo.600-0028 - Replacing the filter 2
Clean the interior using warm water and bicarbonate of soda
with a soft cloth. Make sure that the interior is then dried
carefully with a suitable cloth.
DO NOT use harsh abrasives, or aggressive cleaners
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as these can damage the interior of the appliance.
Shelves and other accessories (plastic and glass parts) can be
cleaned in the sink using liquid dishwashing liquid and warm
water. Make sure all soap is rinsed off and all parts are dry
before replacing them inside the appliance.
Always keep the door seals clean.
The fridge is heavy. When moving the refrigerator
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be careful to protect the floor. Keep the refrigerator
vertical and do not tilt the refrigerator – this
prevents damage to the floor.
DO NOT spray or rinse the fridge with water or other
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liquids. This could harm the electrical parts.
Use a dry cloth when cleaning near the electrical
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parts (such as the light bulb or switch).
DO NOT clean the fridge with a stiff or wire brush.
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DO NOT use an organic solvent such as detergent,
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petrol, lacquer, thinners, acetone or acid.
To prevent your skin sticking to cold steel parts,
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make sure your hands are not wet when touching
the parts.
DO NOT use HOT water to clean the glass shelves, as
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they may break or crack.
Water Filter
When the water filter indicator light comes on, it is indicating
that the water filter requires changing (approximately every
6 months). This interval is recommended for daily use.
If not used regularly, then it is suggested that the water filter
is replaced annually or when the water capacity or the ice
making capacity has shown an obvious decrease.
Please pay attention to your local conditions, as you may
need to change the water filter more frequently due to the
different water properties.
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Changing the Water Filter
Fig.5-2
Remove the old filter by turning the filter cartridge handle
anti-clockwise (Fig.5-1). The cartridge will eject slightly from
the filter housing (Fig.5-2).
Air trapped in the system may cause water and the
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filter cartridge to eject. Use caution when removing.
Pull out the cartridge from the filter housing.
Note: Place a container under the filter housing to catch any
water that may leak from the old filter cartridge.
Unclip the filter handle from the cartridge (Fig.5-3).
ArtNo.600-0028 - Replacing the filter 2
Remove the protective heat seal from the filter cartridge. Clip
the filter handle onto the new filter cartridge (Fig.5-3). Insert
it into the filter housing with the cartridge handle in the
vertical position (Fig.5-4). Push the filter cartridge into the
housing until it stops.
Fig.5-3
Gently turn the filter cartridge handle clockwise until it locks.
The handle should now be horizontal (Fig.5-5).
Run the water dispenser for 3 to 5 minutes, at one minute
intervals, to flush out the water tank.
Reset the fridge display – see ‘Fridge Freezer Controls - Water
Filter Settings’.
After installing a new water filter, discard all ice
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produced during the first 24 hours.
The fridge water dispenser and ice cube maker
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cannot be used without the water filter.
Fig.5-4
For filter replacement questions or information on your
appliance, contact your dealer.
Shutting Off the Refrigerator
In the event of a power cut, food should remain safely cold for
about 3 hours.
Should there be a prolonged power cut you may need to
remove food from the freezer compartment and store it in
a cold place, wrapped in layers of newspaper to preserve
suitable temperatures.
ArtNo.600-0030 - Replacing the filter 4A
Once power is restored replace the food back into the freezer
compartment.
Should food begin to defrost, or the power cut last longer
than expected, it is advised that you consume any food
removed from the freezer.
Fig.5-5
If the power outage is short term, most foods can be left
inside the freezer compartment – this is the best way of
preserving temperature – and surrounded by ice cubes from
the icebox. This is also an ideal solution for power outages
you may have been pre-warned about.
When experiencing a power cut of any kind, do not add any
extra foods to the freezer.
ArtNo.600-0031 - Replacing the filter 5A
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When Not in Use
Fig.5-6
If you are not using the appliance for an extended length
of time, it is recommended that you switch off the electrical
supply, empty any food out, clean the inside of the appliance
and leave the door ajar. This will save energy, and also prevent
a build up of stale odours inside.
The Light
The LED interior lights come on when the door is opened.
The performance of the light is not affected by any of the
appliances other settings.
ArtNo.600-0024 - Removing the air curtain
Air Curtain Removal and Installation
(only for servicing if needed)
Remove the water filter. Take off the fresh food light shield
and unscrew the bulb.
Using a suitable screwdriver, remove the screws of the air
curtain frame.
Take down the fresh food air curtain by using your hands to
press down on the air curtain with a little force (Fig.5-6).
Reinstall the air curtain and water filter in the reverse order.
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6. Troubleshooting
Before calling for service, please first read the following table: this could save you time and money.
Problem
Cause
Solution
The temperature is too low
The temperature inside the
freezer is too low, with the fresh
food temperatures fine.
The temperature inside the
fresh food compartment is too
cold, while the freezer sections
are fine.
The foods stored in the full
width pantry are frozen.
1.1.1
The temperature inside the
freezer section is set too low.
1.1.1.1
1.2.1
The temperature inside the
fresh food area is set too low.
1.2.1.1
1.3.1
The control setting in the
1.3.1.1
fresh food area is set too cold.
1.4
The foods stored in the crisper
are frozen.
1.4.1
The settings for the fresh
food compartment are too
cold.
1.4.1.1
1.5
Readings on the dispenser
display are showing error
codes.
1.5.1
An electronic operating
problem has been
encountered.
1.5.1.1
2.1.1
The doors or drawers are
open frequently or for too
long each time.
The doors or drawers are left
open.
2.1.1.1
Try to reduce frequency of opening doors and
drawers.
2.1.2.1
2.1.3
The condenser is dirty.
2.1.3.1
2.2.1
The temperature setting in
the freezer is set too warm.
2.2.1.1
2.3.1
The temperature setting in
the fresh food section is set
too warm.
The fresh food set
temperature is too warm.
2.3.1.1
Take extra care to keep gaskets sealing well
around the perimeter of the doors. Keep gaskets
clean and dirt free.
Periodically clean the condenser coil with a
vacuum cleaner attachment.
Set the temperature colder for the freezer
section. Then allow it to balance within 24 hours
at new colder temperature.
Set the food temperature control slightly colder.
The new colder temperature can be achieved
within 24 hours.
Set the fresh food temperature colder and the
balance to colder temperature will be achieved
within 24 hours
3.1.1
It is in a hot or humid
environment.
3.1.1.1
Try raising the temperature slightly in the
affected compartment.
3.1.2
The door or drawer is left
open.
3.1.2.1
3.1.3
The door or drawer is opened 3.1.3.1
too frequently or for too long
each time.
Food containers or liquids are 3.1.4.1
left open.
Check to make sure the door gaskets are clean
and sealing well against the metal cabinet
frame.
Reduce the frequency of door openings.
1.1
1.2
1.3
Set the temperature in the freezer slightly
higher then wait 24 hours for new balance to be
achieved.
Set the temperature inside the fresh food
section slightly warmer. The temperatures will
reach new balance within 24 hours.
Set the fresh food control setting slightly higher.
The new set point temperature will reach a
balance within 24 hours.
Raising the fresh food control settings to a
slightly higher temperature and/or lowering the
humidity control setting will prevent frost or ice
forming.
Call your service engineer who can diagnose the
problem and make correction.
The temperature is too high
2.1
The freezer drawer sections
or fresh food compartment
temperatures are too high.
2.1.2
2.2
2.3
2.4
The temperature is too warm in
the freezer but okay in the fresh
food section
The temperature is too warm in
the fresh food section but okay
in the freezer.
The temperature inside the
crisper is too warm.
2.4.1
2.4.1.1
Water, humidity or frost/ice in the fridge
3.1
Moisture formation on the
inside of the fridge.
3.1.4
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Let hot foods cool to room temperature and
cover foods and liquids.
Problem
Cause
Solution
3.2
Water droplets collect in the
lower crisper drawer areas.
3.2.1
Humidity settings are set too
high.
3.2.1.1
3.3
Water forms at underside of the
crisper glass covers.
3.3.1
Moisture given off from wet
foods.
3.3.1.1
3.3.2
Door seal leaks or frequent
door openings in humid
environment.
3.3.2.1
It is normal for some wet air to collect inside the
enclosed crisper. To reduce the accumulation
of moisture, lower the humidity setting and/or
raise the fresh food compartment temperature.
When placing foods in the fridge first pat them
with a dry cloth to remove excess moisture.
Check the door gaskets and reduce door
openings. Possibly raise fresh food temperature.
Water/humidity/frost on the outside of the fridge
4.1
Wet air forms droplets of water
on the outside edges of the
fridge.
4.1.1
Warm, humid air in the
environment mixes with
cooler air at the door gasket
areas of the fresh food
and freezer compartments
causing condensation.
4.1.1.1
A small amount of dew or water moisture is
normal. It is best to wipe it down with a dry
cloth to improve performance.
4.1.1.2
A slight increase in the compartment
temperatures can reduce this moisture
formation.
Check door gasket for proper seal and clean.
4.1.1.3
Automatic Ice maker
5.1
The ice maker has stopped
making ice.
The ice cube height sensor
arm has detected a full tray
condition.
The water supply valve is
closed.
5.1.1.1
5.1.3
The freezer section is not
cold enough.
5.1.3.1
Adjust the setting to the freezer to colder setting
and allow it to balance within 24 hours.
5.1.4
The water source saddle
valve is somehow blocked.
5.1.4.1
Check the water supply saddle valve for
obstruction and replace it if damaged.
5.2.1
The freezer drawer area is not
cold enough.
5.2.1.1
Set the freezer drawer to a colder setting.
5.2.2
The water supply valve is not
at a high enough pressure or
not open all the way.
5.2.2.1
1.7–8.4 bar (25–121 psi) and add water booster
if too low.
5.2.2.2
Make sure the water valve supply is open all the
way.
Make sure the water filter is distributing enough
water and is not clogged.
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.2
The ice making capacity is low.
5.1.2.1
5.2.2.3
5.3
5.4
The ice maker runs
continuously.
To make more ice cubes you may distribute
your ice to the center drawer right side (or lower
drawer) to increase ice cube harvest
Turn on the water supply valve.
5.2.3
The ice maker sensor arm is
restricted or out of position.
5.2.3.1
Make sure the drawer gaskets are sealing and
kept clean from dirt or debris.
5.3.1
The ice maker level sensor is
stuck in the down position.
5.3.1.1
Check the movement of the ice maker sensor
arm so it rests in the ‘up’ position.
5.3.1.2
Make sure that no frozen packs or objects are
obstructing the ice maker sensor arm.
Cover, wrap, and position frozen foods away
from the ice cube container.
The ice cubes have a bad odour. 5.4.1
5.4.2
5.4.3
Uncovered, unwrapped,
foods are stored near the ice
cube container.
The water filter has
approached the end of its
useful life.
The ice cubes have been set
for too long a period of time.
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5.4.1.1
5.4.2.1
Check and replace the water filter.
5.4.3.1
Dump out the stale ice cubes.
Problem
Cause
Solution
Cold water dispenser
6.1
6.2
6.3
Cold water not dispensing.
The water has a strange odour.
The water supply pressure is
too low.
6.1.1
The water supply pipe is not
open.
6.1.1.1
Open the water supply line all the way.
6.1.2
The water filter is blocked.
6.1.2.1
Replace the water filter.
6.1.3
The water line is blocked.
6.1.3.1
Check that the water tubes are not kinked or
restricted.
6.2.1
The water has been stored
too long without use.
6.2.1.1
Remove 10–12 cups of water and throw away.
Check if the odour improves.
6.2.2
The local potable water
source is suspect.
6.2.1.2
6.3.1
Water pressure level is below
specification minimum of 25
psi (1.7 bar).
6.3.1.1
Contact your local water supply company to
check quality of the water.
Contact local plumbing supply dealer to install a
water booster to obtain 1.7–8.4 bar (25–121 psi)
water pressure rating.
7.1.1
The inside walls, shelves, and
door bins need cleaning
7.1.1.1
7.1.2
The foods in the fridge have
been stored beyond their
useful life.
7.1.2.1
The fridge has a bad odour
7.1
The inside of the fridge is dirty.
Clean all inside surfaces with warm water and a
clean soft damp cloth then wipe dry.
Wrap and cover foods to extend useful food life.
The door or drawer is hard to open and/or close
8.1
The door has a closing problem.
8.1.1
8.1.2
8.1.3
8.1.4
8.2
The drawers are hard to move
in or out, or will not close.
8.2.1
8.2.2
The door may have food
articles or packages that are
obstructing closure.
The level of the refrigerator is
causing the door to shift out
of position.
The door could be hitting
against adjacent cabinets or
appliances.
The door hinge alignment
may require adjustment.
The stored foods are
interfering with the slide
mechanism.
The drawer slides are dirty
from food particles.
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8.1.1.1
Reposition the shelves, door bins, or internal
containers to allow the door to close.
8.1.2.1
Ensure the floor is level using sturdy materials
that are also non flammable.
8.1.3.1
Provide a good 25 mm (1”) clearance on all 3
sides and on top of the cabinet so doors can
open and close freely.
Adjust hinges and add spacer clips supplied.
8.1.4.1
8.2.1.1
8.2.2.1
Position the foods away from the drawer sides
and spread out the foods evenly within the
drawers.
Clean the drawer and wipe down the slides
periodically so the slide ball bearings move
freely.
Problem
Cause
Solution
General
9.1
The compressor does not work.
9.1.1
The refrigerator is in deep
freeze cooling
9.1.1.1
9.1.2
The refrigerator is not
powered on.
9.1.2.1
9.1.2.2
9.1.2.3
9.2
The fridge operates frequently
or operates for a long time.
This is normal for a refrigerator that goes into
deep freeze automatically. The period of deep
freeze cooling lasts about 30 minutes.
Make sure the plug is inserted all the way into
the power outlet.
Has the circuit breaker tripped? Check and
change to a new 13 A fuse and/or reset the
circuit breaker.
Check the electrical supply to the room. Call the
local electricity company.
9.2.1
The room temperature or
ambient temperature is high.
9.2.1.1
It is normal for the fridge to operate
continuously.
9.2.2
The ice maker is in operation.
9.2.2.1
9.2.3
The doors or drawers are
frequently opened and
closed.
The control settings in
the freezer and fresh food
compartments are set to cold
level.
Door and/or drawer gasket
seals may be dirty, frayed or
cracked.
The condenser is dirty.
9.2.3.1
This is normal – the ice maker adds extra work
load in the refrigerator.
Try to reduce frequency of door or drawer
openings.
9.2.4
9.2.5
9.2.6
9.2.4.1
Raise up the compartment temperatures slightly
and allow 24 hours to reach new balance.
9.2.5.1
Clean off the gaskets and/or heat slightly with
hair dryer so gasket takes contour of metal
frame.
Clean the condenser.
9.2.6.1
9.3
The compressor frequently
cycles on and off.
9.3.1
The compartment
temperature sensors keep
the fridge at the set points
causing the compressor to
cycle.
9.3.1.1
This is normal. The fridge compressor will
provide the required cooling level.
9.4
A beeping noise from inside the 9.4.1
fridge.
One door or drawer of the
fridge is open for over 60
seconds.
9.4.1.1
This is normal and will repeat every 1 minute
until the door or drawer is closed.
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7. Warranty/After Sales Service
If consultation or technical assistance is needed, please
provide the local authorised service agent with the purchase
invoice and the product code/serial number.
The product number/serial number is located inside the
refrigerator on the top left-hand side.
The 2 years free maintenance for the operation of the
appliance started from the date of purchase of this product.
Any cosmetic damage to the appliance must be reported
within 90 days of delivery.
For in-warranty service please call: 0845 6035312.
For general enquiries please call: 0870 7895107.
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8. Technical Data
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DocNo.600-0008 - Technical data - DxD 910
INSTALLER: Please leave these instructions with the user.
DATA BADGE LOCATION: Left-hand side of the refrigerator compartment.
COUNTRY OF DESTINATION: GB, IE.
Dimensions
Depth with
open door
1050
700
908
ArtNo.600-0044 - DxD dimensions
1820 (including top cover)
All dimensions in mm
Ratings
Electrical – voltage / frequency
220–240V 50Hz
Energy efficiency class on a scale od A (more efficient) to G (less efficient)
A+
Climate class (SN = 10–32 °C, N = 16–32 °C, ST = 18–38 °C, T = 18–43 °C)
SN-T
Freezer compartment star rating
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Temperature range (from > to)
0–10 °C / < –18 °C
Gross capacity
623 litres
Net capacity
510 litres
Net capacity – refrigerator compartment
389 litres
Net capacity – freezer compartment
121 litres
Freezer capacity / 24 hours
10 kg / 24 hours
Energy consumption / year
420 kWh / year
Energy consumption (EN153)
1.15 kWh / 24 hours
Maximum noise level
45 dB(A)
Maximum storage time by power failure
6.5 hours
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