AEG 290-6I Refrigerator User Manual

…KO SANTO 290-6i
Integrierbare Einbau KŸhl-Gefrierkombination
Integrating Fridge-Freeze
Gebrauchs- und Einbauanweisung
Operating and Installation Instructions
Dear customer,
Before placing your new refrigerator/freezer into operation please
read these operating instructions carefully. They contain important
information for safe use, for installation and for care of the appliance.
Please keep these operating instructions for future reference. Pass
them on to possible new owners of the appliance.
Notes which are important for your safety or for the proper functioning
of the appliance are stressed with a warning triangle and/or with
signal words (Warning!, Caution!, Attention!). Please observe the following carefully.
Supplementary information regarding operation and practical applications of the appliance appear after this symbol.
Tips and notes concerning economical and environmentally sound
use of the appliance are marked with the flower.
The operating instructions contain instructions for the correction of
possible malfunctions by the user in the section "What to do if ...". If
these instructions should not be sufficient, our customer service
department is always available to you.
Printed on paper manufactured with environmentally sound processes.
who thinks ecologically acts accordingly ...
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Contents
Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Appliance Packaging Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Disposal of old Appliances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Remove transport safeguard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Installation Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Your refrigerator needs air . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
Rehingeing the door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
Housing dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Instructions for total built-in . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
Prior to Initial StartÐUp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
Electrical Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
Starting up and temperature regulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
Interior Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Storage shelves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Door rack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Fresh food refrigeration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
Freezing and storing frozen food . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
Ice pack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
Preparation of Ice Cubes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Storage goods symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Defrosting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Switching off the appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
Cleaning and Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
Energy Saving Tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
What to do if . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Correcting Malfunctions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Changing the light bulb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
Customer Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
Regulations, Standards, Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
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Safety
The safety aspects of our refrigerators/freezers comply with accepted
technical standards and the German Appliance Safety Law. Nevertheless, we consider it our obligation to make you aware of the following
safety information:
Intended use
¥ The refrigerator is intended for use in the home. It is suitable for the
cooling, freezing and storing of frozen food, as well as for making
ice. If the appliance is used for purposes other than those intended
or used incorrectly, no liability can be accepted by the manufacturer
for any damage that may be caused.
¥ Alterations or changes to the freezer are not permitted for reasons
of safety.
¥ If you use the refrigerator in a commercial application or forpurposes
other than the cooling, freezing or frozen storage of foods,please
observe all valid legal regulations for your application.
Prior to initial startÐup
¥ Check the refrigerator for transport damage. Under no circumstance
should a damaged appliance be plugged in! In the event of damage,
please contact the vendor.
Refrigerant
The refrigerant isobutane (R600a) is contained within the refrigerant
circuit of the appliance, a natural gas with a high level of environmental compatibility, which is nevertheless flammable.
¥ During transportation and installation of the appliance, be certain
that none of the components of the refrigerant circuit become damaged.
¥ If the refrigerant circuit should become damaged:
Ð avoid open flames and sources of ignition;
Ð thoroughly ventilate the room in which the appliance is situated.
Safety of children
¥ Packaging (e.g. wraps, polystyrene) can be dangerous for children.
There is a risk of suffocation! Keep packaging material away from
children!
¥ Please make old appliances unusable prior to disposal. Pull out the
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mains plug, cut off the mains cable, break or remove spring or boltcatches, if fitted. By doing this you ensure that children cannot lock
themselves in the fridge when playing (there is risk of suffocation!)or
get themselves into other dangerous situations.
¥ Often children cannot recognise the hazards present in household
appliances. It is therefore important that you ensure adequate
supervision and never let children play with the appliance!
Daily Operation
¥ Containers with flammable gases or liquids can leak at low temperatures. There is a risk of an explosion! Do not store any containers
with flammable materials such as, for example, spray cans, fire
extinguisher refill cartridges etc in the refrigerator/freezer.
¥ Bottles and cans must not be placed in the freezer compartment.
They can burst when the contents freeze, high carbonate content
drinks can even explode! Never store lemonade, juices, beer, wine,
sparkling wine etc. in the freezer compartment. Exception: high
alcohol content spirits can be stored in the freezer compartment.
¥ Do not put ice creams or ice cubes in the mouth immediately after
removal from the freezer compartment. Very cold ice can freeze to
the lips or tongue and cause injury.
¥ Do not touch frozen food with wet hands. Your hands could freeze
to the food.
¥ Do not operate any electrical appliances in the refrigerator/freezer
(e.g. electric ice cream makers, mixers etc.).
¥ Before cleaning the appliance, always switch off the appliance and
unplug it, or pull the house fuse or switch off the circuit breaker.
¥ When unplugging always pull the plug from the mains socket, do not
pull on the cable.
In case of malfunction
¥ If the a malfunction occurs on the appliance, please look first in the
"What to do if ..." section of these instructions. If the information
given there does not help, please do not perform any further repairs
yourself.
¥ Refrigerators/freezers may only be repaired by qualified service
engineers. Improper repairs can give rise to significant hazards. If
your appliance needs repairing, please contact your specialist dealer or our Customer Service.
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Disposal
Appliance Packaging Information
All materials are environmentally sound! They can be dumped or burned at an incinerating plant without danger!
About the materials: The plastics can be recycled and are identified
as follows:
>PE< for polyethylene, e.g. the outer covering and the bags in the
interior.
>PS< for polystyrene foam, e.g. the pads, which are all free of chlorofluorocarbon.
The carton parts are made from recycled paper and should be disposed of at a waste-paper recycling collection location.
Disposal of old Appliances
For environmental reasons, refrigeration appliances must be disposed of properly. This applies to your old appliance, and - at the end of
its service life - for your new appliance as well.
Warning! Before disposing of old appliances make them inoperable.
Remove plug from mains, sever the power cable, remove or destroy
any snap or latch closures. This eliminates the danger that playing
children lock themselves into the appliance (danger of suffocation!) or
place themselves into other life-endangering situations.
Disposal:
¥ The appliance may not be disposed of with domestic waste or bulky
refuse.
¥ The refrigerant circuit, especially the heat exchanger at the back of
the appliance, may not be damaged.
¥ Information concerning collection schedules or locations can be
obtained from the local disposal authorities or town hall.
Remove transport safeguard
The appliance and the interior fittings are protected for transport.
¥ Pull off the adhesive tape on the left and right side of the door.
You can remove any remnants of adhesive using white spirit.
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¥ Remove pins (A) and (B).
A
¥ Remove all adhesive tape
and packing pieces from the
interior of the appliance.
C
D
B
Installation
Installation Location
The appliance should be set up in a well ventilated, dry room.
Energy use is affected by the ambient temperature. The appliance
should therefore
Ð not be exposed to direct sunlight;
Ð not be installed next to radiators, cookers or other sources of heat;
Ð only be installed at a location whose ambient temperature corresponds to the climate classification, for which the appliance is designed.
The climate classification can be found on the serial plate, which is
located at the left on the inside of the appliance.
The following table shows which ambient temperature is correct for
each climate classification: each climate classification:
Climate classification
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ffor an ambient temperature of
SN
+10 bis +32 ¡C
N
+16 bis +32 ¡C
ST
+18 bis +38 ¡C
T
+18 bis +43 ¡C
If installation next to a source of heat is unavoidable, the following
minimum clearances must be maintained at the sides of the appliance:
Ð for electric cookers 3 cm;
Ð for oil and coal fired ranges 30 cm.
If these clearances cannot be maintained a heat insulating pad is
required between the cooker and the refrigeration appliance.
If the refrigeration appliance is installed next to another refrigerator or
freezer a clearance of 5 cm at the sides is required, in order to prevent the formation of condensation on the outside of the appliance.
50 mm
For safety reasons, minimum
ventilationmust be as shown
Fig.
Attention: keep ventilation
openings clear of obstruction;
min.
200 cm
2
Your appliance needs air
min.
cm 200
2
D567
Rehingeing the door
The side at which the door opens can be changed from the right side
(factory adjustment) to the left side, if the installation site requires.
Warning! When changing the side at which the door opens, the
appliance may not be connected to the mains. Remove plug from the
mains beforehand.
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P
P
A
P1
P1
D114
Left opening
1.
Remove pin ÒPÓ and the door.
2.
Remove (A) from the left side and refit it on the right side.
3.
Refit door and ÒPÓ on the left side.
4.
Remove ÒP1Ó from the right side.
Housing dimensions
Height
Depth
Width
1780 mm
550 mm
560 mm
Instructions for total built-in
Apply joint the sealing strip as
shown in figure.
D765
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Push appliance into the
housing until stop strip
(A) touches the kitchen
unit.
A
D023
Open the door and push the
appliance against the side
of the kitchen unit opposite
to that of appliance hinges.
Fasten the appliance with 4
screws provided in the kit
included with the appliance.
Snap vent grille (C) and
hinge cover (D) into position.
D
D723
C
Apply covers (B) on joint cover
lugs and into hinge holes.
B
D726
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Separate parts A, B, C, D as
shown in the figure
B
A
C
D
PR266
50mm
Place guide (A) on the inside part
of the furniture door, up and down
as shown in the figure and mark
the position of external holes.
After having drilled holes, fix the
guide with the screws supplied.
A
20 m
m
PR166
Fix cover (C) on guide (A) until it
clips into place.
A
C
PR33
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Open the appliance door and the
furniture door at 90¡. Insert the
small square (B) into guide (A).
Put together the appliance door
and the furniture door and mark
the holes as indicated in the figure. Remove the squares and drill
holes with ¿ 2 mm at 8 mm from
the outer edge of the door. Place
the small square on the guide
again and fix it with the screws
supplied.
8mm
A
PR167
B
Should the lining up of the furniture door be necessary, use the
clearance of slots.
At the end of operations, it is
necessary to check if the door of
the furniture closes properly.
PR168
Fix cover (D) on guide (B) until it
clips into place.
B
D
PR167/1
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If the appliance is fixed to the
side of the kitchen unit, simply
slacken the screws in the fixing
brackets (D), move the brackets as shown in the figure and
re-tighten the screws. Fit cover
(E).
D
E
D734
Prior to Initial StartÐUp
¥ Please clean the appliance interior and all accessories prior to initial start-up (see section: ÒCleaning and CareÓ).
Electrical Connection
Any electrical work required to install this appliance should be carried
out by a qualified electrician or competent person.
WARNING Ð THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED
The manufacturer declines any liability should these safety
measures not be observed.
Before switching on, make sure the electricity supply voltage is the
same as that indicated on the appliance rating plate. The rating plate is inside, on the left.
The appliance is supplied with a 13 amp plug fitted. In the event of
having to change the fuse in the plug supplied, a 13 amp ASTA
approved (BS 1362) fuse must be used.
Important!
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
Green and Yellow Earth
Blue Neutral
Brown Live
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may
not correspond with the coloured markings indentifying the terminals
in your plug, proceed as follows:
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1.
2.
3.
4.
The wire coloured green and yellow must be connected to the terminal marked with the letter ãEÒ or by the earth symbol or coloured green
and yellow.
The wire coloured blue must be connected to the terminal ãNÒ or
coloured black.
The wire coloured brown must be connected to the terminal marked
ãLÒ or coloured red.
Upon completion there must be not cut, or stray strands of wire present and the cord clamp must be secure over the outer sheat.
Warning! A cut-off plug inserted into a 13 amp socket is a serious safety
(shock) hazard. Ensure that the cut-off plug is disposed of safely.
Starting up and temperature regulation
0 Insert the plug of the connection lead into the plug socket with protective earth contact. When the refrigerator compartment door is opened, the internal lighting is switched on. The temperature selector
knob is located on the RH side of the refrigerator compartment.
Setting ã0Ò means: Off.
Setting ã1Ò means: Hightest temperature, (warmest setting).
Setting ã6Ò (end-stop) means: Lowest temperature, (coldest setting).
However, the exact setting should be chosen keeping in the mind that
the temperature inside the refrigerator depends on:
-the quantity of food stored
-how often the door is opened
The temperatures in the refrigerator compartment and freezer co partment cannot be independently regulated.
If you want the freeze fresh food rapidly, select setting ã6Ò, ensuring
that the temperature in the refrigerator compartment does not drop
blow 0¡C. You should also promptly reset the temperature regulator to
setting ã3Ò or ã4Ò.
Important!
High ambient temperatures (e.g. on hot summer days) and a cold setting on the temperature regulator (position"5" to "6") can cause the
compressor to run continuously.
If this happens, turn the temperature regulator back to a warmer setting (position "3" to "4"). At this setting the compressor will be switched
on and off as usual and automatic defrosting recommenced.
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Interior Accessories
Storage shelves
¥ The height of the storage
shelves can be adjusted:
¥ To do this pull the storage
shelf forward until it can be
swivelled
upwards
or
downwards and removed.
¥ Please do the same in reverse to insert the shelf at a different height.
D351
Adjusting the upper door rack
¥ Depending on the food stored, the upper door racks can
be changed to other holders or
removed. Take out the refrigerators food, press the door
racks digonally upwards at
their edges, reposition them,
and press them back into pla
PR270/1
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Fresh food refrigeration
To obtain the best performance:
¥ do not store warm food or evaporating liquide in the refrigeator
¥ do cover or wrap the food, particularly if it has a strong flavour.
¥ Position food so that air can circuiate freely round it.
Useful hints:
Meat (all types): wrap in polythene bags and place on the glass shelf
above the vegetable drawer(s)For safety, store in this way only one
or two days at the most.
Cooked foods, cold dishes, etc: these should be covered and may
be placed on any shelf.
Fruit and vegetables: these should be thoroughly cleaned and
placed in the special drawer(s) provided.
Butter and cheese: these should be placed in special airtight containers or wapped in aluminium foil or polythene bags to exclude as
much air as possible.
Milk bootles: these should have a cap and should be stored in the
bottle rack on the door.
Bananas, potatoes, onions and garlic, if not packed, must not be
kept in the refrigerator.
Freezing and storing frozen food
You can use your freezer for freezing fresh food yourself.
Important!
¥ The temperature in the freezer compartment must be Ð18 ¡C or colder before freezing food.
¥ Please observe the freezing capacity given on the rating plate. The
freezing capacity is the maximum quantity of fresh food that can be
frozen within a period of 24 hours. If you wish to freeze food several days in a row, please observe a maximum capacity of only 2/3 to
3/4 of that on the rating plate. The quality of the food is best preserved when it is frozen right through to the core as quickly as possible.
¥ Allow warm food to cool down before freezing. The warmth will cause increased ice formation and increase the power consumption.
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¥ Please note the maximum storage times specified by the manufacturer.
¥ Thawed foods which have not been processed further (cooked into
meals) may not under any circumstances be frozen a second time.
¥ Containers with flammable gases or liquids can leak at low temperatures. There is a risk of an explosion! Do not store any containers
with flammable materials such as, for example, spray cans, fire
extinguisher refill cartridges etc in the refrigerator/freezer.
¥ Bottles and cans must not be placed in the freezer. They can burst
when the contents freeze, high carbonate content drinks can even
explode! Never store lemonade, juices, beer, wine, sparkling wine
etc. in the freezer. Exception: high alcohol content spirits can be stored in the freezer.
¥ All foods must be packed air tight prior to freezing, so that they do
not dry out or lose their flavour, and so that no flavour contamination of other frozen goods occurs.
Caution! Do not touch frozen food with wet hands. Your hands could
freeze to the food.
1.
Place the packed food in the drawers. Place food to be frozen in the
upper drawer equipped with its own refrigerating unit. Unfrozen food
must not touch items already frozen, otherwise the frozen food could
begin to defrost.
2.
Place frozen foods in the drawers sorted by type, as far as possible.
Riders are supplied for placing on drawers. To mark the contents of
the individual drawers, press the rider over the corresponding symbol
(see "Frozen Food Symbols/Freezer Calendar" section). This will give
you a better overview of the contents, avoid extended door opening
and therefore save electricity.
Ice pack
There is an ice pack in one drawer of the freezer.
In the event of a power failure or malfunction, the ice pack will
lengthen the amount of time it takes for the frozen food to become too
warm by several hours. The ice pack can only fulfil this task optimally if it is placed in the uppermost drawer, at the front, above the frozen
food. You can use the ice pack for cooling cold bags.
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Preparation of Ice Cubes
1.
Fill the ice cube tray 3/4 full with cold water, place it in the freezer
compartment and leave to freeze.
2.
To loosen the frozen cubes, either bend the ice cube tray or hold it
under running water for a few seconds.
Important! Never try to free an ice tray that is frozen to the freezer
compartment using pointed or sharp edged objects. Use the ice scraper supplied.
Storage Goods
Calendar
Symbols/Freezing
¥ The symbols on the drawers show different types of frozen goods.
¥ The numbers indicate storage times in months for the appropriate
types of frozen goods. Whether the upper or lower value of the indicated storage time is valid depends on the quality of the foods and
pre-treating before freezing. The lower value applies to foods with
high fat content.
¥ By attaching the included index-tabs to the drawers, they can be
marked according to which type of foods the individual compartments contain.
Defrosting
Refrigerator
Frost is automatically eliminated from the evaporator of the refrigerator compartment every time the motor compressor stops, during normal use. The defrost water drains out through a trough into a special
container at the back of the appliance, over the motor compressor,
where it evaporates.
Freezer
The freezer compartment, however, will become progrssively covered
with frost. This should be removed with the special plastic scraper
provided, whenever the tickness of the frost exceeds 4 mm. During
this operation it is not necessary to switch off the power supply or to
remove the foodstuffs.
However when the ice becomes very thick on the inner liner, complete defrosting should be carried out as follows:
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1.
Remove the frozen food from
the freezer, wrap it in several
layers of newspaper and put it
in a very cool place.
2.
Switch off the appliance and
pull out the plug, or remove or
unscrew the safety fuses.
3.
Leave the freezer compartment door open.
4.
Insert the plastic scraper into
the recess provided under the
defrost water channel and place a collecting basin under it.
5.
Once defrosting is completed keep the scraper for future use;
6.
Turn the thermostat knob to the required setting or replace the plug in
the power socket.
Warning!
Never use metal tools to scrape off the frost
Do not use a mechanical device or any artificial means to speed up
the thawing process other than those recommended by the manufacturer.
A temperature rise of the frozen food packs, during defrosting , may
shorten their safe storage life.
Switching off the appliance
To switch off the appliance, turn the temperature regulator to position
"0".
If the appliance is not going to be used for an extended period:
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1.
Remove all refrigerated and deep-frozen packages as well as ice
trays.
2.
Switch off the appliance by turning the temperature regulator to position "0".
3.
Remove the mains plug or switch off or turn out the circuit breaker or
fuse.
4.
Defrost freezer compartment and clean thoroughly (see section:
ÒCleaning and CareÓ).
5.
Leave the door open to avoid the build up of odours.
Cleaning and Care
For hygienic reasons the appliance interior, including interior accessories, should be cleaned regularly.
Warning!
¥ The appliance may not be connected to the mains during cleaning.
Danger of electrical shock! Before cleaning switch the appliance
offand rem ve the plug from the mains, or switch off or turn out the circuit breaker or fuse.
¥ Never clean the appliance with a steam cleaner. Moisture could
accumulate in electrical components, danger of electrical shock!
Hot vapours can lead to the damage of plastic parts.
¥ The appliance must be dry before it is placed back into service.
Attention!
¥ Ethereal oils and organic solvents can attack plastic parts, e.g.
Ð lemon juice or the juice from orange peals;
Ð butyric acid;
Ð cleansers which contain acetic acid.
Do not allow such substances to come into contact with appliance
parts.
¥ Do not use any abrasive cleansers.
1.
Remove frozen food and the food from the refrigerator. Wrap frozen
food in several layers of newspaper. Store it in a cool place, well covered.
2.
Defrost the freezer compartment prior to cleaning (see "Defrosting"
section).
3.
Switch the appliance off and remove the plug from the mains, or switch off or turn out the circuit breaker or fuse.
4.
Clean the appliance and the interior accessories with a cloth and
lukewarm water. Commercially available dish washing detergents
may also be used.
5.
After cleaning wipe with fresh water and rub dry.
Accumulation of dust at the condenser increases energy consumption. For this reason carefully clean the condenser at the back of the
appliance once a year with a soft brush or a vacuum cleaner.
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6.
Check the water drain hole on
the rear wall of the fridge.
Clear a blocked drain hole with
the aid of the green peg in the
pack of accessories included
with the appliance.
7.
After everything is dry place
appliance back into service.
Energy Saving Tips
¥ Do not install the appliance near cookers, radiators or other sources
of warmth. High ambient temperatures cause longer, more frequent
operation of the compressor.
¥ Ensure sufficient air circulation and exhaust at the appliance base
and at the back wall of the appliance. Never cover air vent openings.
¥ Do not place warm foods into the appliance. Allow warm foods to
cool first.
¥ Only leave door open as long as necessary.
¥ Do not set temperature any colder than necessary.
¥ Put frozen food in the fridge to defrost. The cold in the frozen food
will then be used to cool the fridge.
¥ Keep the heat emitting condenser, the metall grille on the rear wall
of your appliance, always clean.
What to do if ...
Correcting Malfunctions
A malfunction may be caused by only a minor fault that you can rectify yourself using the following instructions. Do not perform any other
work on the appliance if the following information does not provide
assistance in your specific case.
Warning! Repairs to refrigerators/freezers may only be performed by
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qualified service engineers. Improper repairs can give rise to significant hazards for the user. If your appliance needs repairing, please
contact your specialist dealer or our Customer Service.
Malfunction
Possible Cause
Remedy
Appliance is not switched on Switch on the appliance.
Mains plug is not plugged in Insert mains plug.
or is loose.
Appliance does not work.
Fuse has blown or is defec- Check fuse, replace if
tive.
necessary.
Socket is defective.
Appliance cools too much.
Mains malfunctions are to
be corrected by an electrician.
Temperature is set too cold. Turn the temperature regulator to a warmer setting
temporarily..
Temperature is not properly Please look in the "Initial
adjusted.
Start Up" section.
Door was open for an exten- Open the door only as long
ded period.
as necessary.
The food is too warm.
A large quantity of warm
Turn the temperature regufood was placed in the
lator to a colder setting temappliance within the last 24 porarily.
hours.
The appliance is near a heat Please look in the "Installasource.
tion location" section.
Interior lighting does not
work.
Light bulb is defective.
Heavy build up of frost, pos- Door seal is not air tight
sibly also on the door seal. (possibly after changing
over the hinges).
Please look in the "Changing the Light Bulb" section.
Carefully warm the leaking
sections of the door seal
with a hair dryer (not hotter
than approx. 50 ¡C). At the
same time shape the warmed door seal by hand such
that it sits correctly.
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Unusual noises.
Appliance is not level.
Readjust the feet.
The appliance is touching
the wall or other objects.
Move the appliance slightly.
A component, e.g. a pipe,
If necessary, carefully bend
on the rear of the appliance the component out of the
is touching another part of way.
the appliance or the wall.
The compressor does not
This is normal, no error has The compressor starts after
start immediately after chan- occurred.
a period of time.
ging the temperature setting.
Water on the floor or on sto- Water drain hole is blocked. See the "Cleaning and
rage shelves.
Care" section.
Changing the light bulb
Warning! There is a risk of electric shocks! Before changing the light
bulb, switch off the appliance and unplug it, or pull the fuse or the circuit breaker.
Light bulb data: 220-240 V, max. 15 W
1.
To switch off the appliance, turn
the temperature regulator to position "0".
2.
Unplug the mains plug.
3.
To change the light bulb, undo the
screw.
4.
Press the light bulb cover as
shown and slide it backwards.
5.
Change the defective light bulb.
6.
Refit the light bulb cover and the
screw.
7.
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Put the refrigerator back into operation.
AEG65
Customer Service
If you cannot find the remedy for a malfunction in these operating
instructions, please contact your dealer or our customer service
department. Addresses and telephone numbers are listed in the
accompanying booklet "Guarantee Conditions/Customer Service
Locations".
Selective ordering of replacement parts can save unnecessary travel
and costs. For this reason always provide the following appliance
information:
This information can be found on the serial plate in the interior at the
left of the appliance.
¥ Model Name
¥ Model Number (PNC)
¥ Serial Number (S-No.)
We recommend that you enter this information here, so that it is handy
if needed.
Note: The customer bears the costs of unjustified customer service
calls even during the guarantee period.
Regulations, Standards, Guidelines
This appliance was designed for household use and was manufactured in accordance with the appropriate standards. The necessary
measures in accordance with appliance safety legislation regulations
(GSG), accident prevention regulations for refrigeration appliances
(VBG 20) and the regulations of the German Society of Electrical
Engineers (VDE) were observed in the manufacture of this appliance.
The refrigerant circuit has been checked for leaks.
This appliance is in accordance with the following EU guidelines:
Ð 73/23/EWG dated 19 February 1973 - low voltage guidelines.
Ð 89/336/EWG dated 3 May 1989
(including guideline change notice 92/31/EWG) - EMV guideline
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AEG HausgerŠte GmbH
Postfach 1036
D-90327 NŸrnberg
http://www.aeg.hausgeraete.de
2222 154-36