User manual | 52021119 MEK NF.(SMEG-FD43APBNF,FD43APXNF)

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User manual | 52021119 MEK NF.(SMEG-FD43APBNF,FD43APXNF) | Manualzz

FD43APBNF

FD43APXNF

NO-FROST REFRIGERATOR

NO-FROST KÜHLSCHRANK

REFRIGERATEUR A FROID VENTILE

NO-FROST

FRIGORIFERO NO-FROST

REFRIGERADOR NO-FROST

FRIGORIFICO NO-FROST

NO-FROST KOELKAST

FROSTFRIA KYLSKÅP

ХОЛОДИЛЬНИК NO-FROST

INDEX

BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE ..................................................................... 2

Recommendations ................................................................................................... 2

Installation and Switching On The Appliance ......................................................... 3

Before Switching On .................................................................................................. 3

THE VARIOUS FUNCTION AND POSSIBILITIES ............................................... 4

Thermostat Setting .................................................................................................... 4

Accessories ............................................................................................................... 5

Magic Shelf ...................................................................................................................... 5

Making Ice Cubes ............................................................................................................ 5

Fast Freezing Shelf ........................................................................................................ 5

Chiller Shelves ................................................................................................................. 6

Crisper and Crisper Shelf .............................................................................................. 6

REMOVING THE CRISPER COVER ................................................................................. 7

RESETTING THE CRISPER COVER ................................................................................. 8

ARRANGING FOOD IN THE APPLIANCE .......................................................... 9

Refrigerator Compartment ....................................................................................... 9

Freezer Compartment ............................................................................................... 9

CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE ...................................................................... 10

Defrosting ................................................................................................................ 11

Replacing The Refrigerator and Freezer Light Bulb ............................................ 11

TRANSPORTATION AND CHANGING OF INSTALLATION POSITION .............. 12

Changing of Door Opening Direction .................................................................... 12

BEFORE CALLING YOUR AFTER SALES SERVICE ......................................... 13

THE PARTS OF THE APPLIANCE AND THE COMPARTMENTS ....................... 14

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PART- 1.

BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE

Special Instructions

• If this appliance is to replace an old refrigerator with a lock; break or remove the lock as a safety measure before storing it, to protect children while playing might lock themselves inside.

• Old refrigerators and freezers contain insulation gases and refrigerant, which must be disposed of properly. Please ensure that the refrigeration tubing is not damaged.

IMPORTANT NOTE:

Please read this booklet before installing and switching on this appliance. The manufacturer assumes no responsibility for incorrect installation and usage as described in this booklet.

Recommendations

Warning: Do not use mechanical devices or other artificial means to accelerate the defrosting process. Do not use electrical appliances in the food storage of the appliance.

Keep the appliance ventilation openings free. Do not damage the refrigerator’s refrigerant circuit.

• Do not use adopters or shunts which could cause overheating or burning.

• Do not plug old, warped power supply cables.

• Do not twist and bend the cables.

• Do not allow children to play with the appliance. Children must

NEVER sit on drawers/shelves or hang from the door.

• Do not plug the power supply with wet hands.

• Do not place containers (glass bottles or tin containers) of liquids into the freezer especially gassy liquids as they could cause the container to burst during freezing.

• Bottles, which contain a high percentage of alcohol must be sealed well and placed vertically in the refrigerator.

• Do not touch the cooling surfaces, especially with wet hands as you could be burnt or hurt.

• Do not eat ice, which have just been removed from the freezer.

• If the supply cord is damaged it must be replaced by the manufacturer or service agent or appointed qualified person.

• The appliance is not intended for use by people (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure that they don’t play with the appliance. If the supply cord is damaged it must be replaced by the manufacturer or service agent or appointed person.

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Installation and Switching On The Appliance

• This appliance is connecting to 220-240V and 50 Hz.

• You can offer help from the service to install and switching on the appliance without any cost.

• Before making the connection to the power supply, ensure that the voltage on the nameplate corresponds to the voltage of electrical system in your home.

• If the socket does not match the refrigerator plug, replace the plug with a suitable one (at least 16 A)

• Insert the plug into a socket with an efficient ground connection. If the socket has no ground contact, we suggest you call an electrician for assistance.

Manufacturer is not responsible for failure to complete the ground connection as

described in this booklet.

• Do not place the appliance in direct sunlight.

• Do not use in open air and shall not be exposed to the rain.

• Place the refrigerator far from heat sources and in a well-ventilated position. The refrigerator should be at least 50 cm from radiators, gas or coal stoves and 5 cm far from electrical stoves.

• Keep the top free for at least 15 cm.

• Do not place heavy and lots of things on the appliance.

• If the appliance is installed next to another refrigerator or freezer, observe a minimum distance of 2 cm to prevent condensation.

• The appliance must be stand firmly and level on the floor Use the two front levelling-feet to compensate for an even floor.

• In order to have air circulation under the appliance, the space under the appliance must be open. Don’t close it with carpet , etc.

• The outside of the appliance and the accessories inside should be cleaned with a solution of water and liquid soap; the inside of the appliance with sodium bicarbonate dissolved in lukewarm water. After drying replace all the accessories.

Before Switching On

• Wait after 3 hours before plugging the appliance in to the main power to ensure proper performance.

• There can be an odour when you first switch on the appliance. It will disappear after the appliance starts to cool.

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PART- 2.

THE VARIOUS FUNCTION AND POSSIBILITIES

Thermostat Setting

FREEZER THERMOSTAT REFRIGERATOR THERMOSTAT

Freezer and refrigerator thermostat automatically regulates the inside temperature of the compartments. By rotating the knob from position 1 to 5, colder temperatures can be obtained. In cold seasons, you can set lower positions in order to decrease the energy consumption.

Freezer Thermostat Setting;

1 – 2 : For short-term storage of food in the freezer compartment, you can set the knob between minimum and medium position.

3 – 4 : For long-term storage of food in the freezer compartment, you can set knob medium position.

5 : For freezing the fresh food. Th appliance will work longer. After you get the cold condition you must position to its original position.

Refrigerator Thermostat Setting;

1 – 2 : For less coldly conditions.

3 – 4 : For normal conditions.

5 : For colder conditions.

Note that; the ambient temperature, temperature of the freshly stored food and how

often the door is opened, affects the temperature in the refrigerator and freezer compartment. If required, change the temperature setting.

• When you first switch on the appliance, for starting a suitable cooling, the appliance should work 24 hours continuously until it cools down to sufficient temperature.

• In this time do not open the door so often and place a lot of food inside the appliance.

• If the unit is switched off or unplugged, you must allow at least 5 minutes before restarting or re-plugged the unit in order not to damage the compressor.

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Accessories

Magic Shelf

(For some models)

Magic shelf, which is on the crisper cover, was designed to give you more place and comfort placing the things in the appliance. This shelf is mobile so you can arrange long or big containers on the crisper cover.

Making Ice Cubes

• Take out the ice making tray

• Fill the water in level of line.

• Place the ice making tray in its original position

• When ice cubes are formed, twist the lever to drop off ice cubes into the icebox.

Do not fill the icebox with water in order to make ice. It can be broken.

Fast Freezing Shelf

(For some models)

• Use the fast freezing shelf to freeze home cooking (and fresh foods which is wanted to freeze) more quickly because of the freezing room’s greater freezing power.

• For opening the shelf pull the cover up, and slide it in to the shelf. You can close it in the same way

Note that; be sure that the cover of fast freezing shelf is closed before closing the

compartment door. If not, it can not show its fast freezing power.

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Chiller Shelves

(For some models)

Keep in g fo o d in th e Chiller c o mp artmen t instead of the freezer or refrigerator compartment allows food retain freshness and flavour longer, while preserving its fresh appearance. When chiller tray becomes dirty, remove it and wash it with water.

(Water freezes at 0°C, but foods containing salt or sugar freeze at temperature lower than that)

Normally people use the chiller compartment for raw fish, lightly pickled, rice, etc...

Do not put foods you want to freeze or ice trays in order to make ice.

Crisper and Crisper Shelf

(For some models)

The c risp er co mp artment ab so rb s an d decomposes ethylene gas (*) emitted from fruits and vegetables with a “FILTER” in the crisper shelf, keeping fruits and vegetables fresh. The filter also elimin ates u np leasan t o d ou rs fro m inside th e crisper, and control the excess water released by th e vegetab les, main tain ing a hig h h u midity environment inside the crisper. W hen the crisper shelf become dirty, remove the filter by taking out the filter cover and wash the crisper cover with water.

! Do not wash the “Humidity-Control Filter” with water.

(*)NOTE; Ethylene gas is a gas, produced from fruits and vegetables, which acceler-

ates the ageing of fruits and vegetables. For example, spinach and broccoli turn to yellow colour easily in places where ethylene gas is abundant.

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REMOVING THE CRISPER COVER

(For some models)

First Step : Removing the crispers

• It is easy to pull out the crisper because of the crisper has rollers.

• Pull the crisper out as far as possible and pull the front part up and out

Second Step: Taking out the partition

crisper center between the crispers.

• Bend the Partition toward left from the bottom of the part

• Take out the Partition crisper

Third Step: Taking out the crisper cover

• Pull out the crisper cover until the nails of the cover come on the cavities (right and left side) of the cabinet.

• W hen the nails comes into the cavities pull up and take out the crisper cover

Crisper

Partition Crisper center

Cavity

Nail

Nail

Crisper cover

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RESETTING THE CRISPER COVER

(For some models)

First Step: Settle the crisper cover

• Put the crisper cover on its place fitting the nails and the cavities on the cabinet..

• Then push forward the crisper cover until it fits on its place.

Cavity

Nail

Nail

Crisper cover

Second Step: Placing the Partition Crisper

centre

• Place the partition on its cavities placed on the bottom of the cabinet and on the wall of the crisper housing like shown in the figure

Third Step: Settling the crispers

• Pu t on the crisper on its ro lls on its places..

• Push forward.

Partition Crisper center

Crisper

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PART- 3.

ARRANGING FOOD IN THE APPLIANCE

Refrigerator Compartment

• To set the refrigerator compartment to 2-3 graphic bar will be enough for normal conditions.

• To reduce humidity and consequent increase of frost never place liquids in unsealed containers in the refrigerator.

• Never place warm food in the refrigerator. Warm food should be allowed to cool at room temperature and should be arranged to ensure adequate air circulation in the refrigerator compartment.

• Arrange the meat and cleaned fish (wrapped in packages or sheets of plastic) which you will use in 1-2 days.

• You can put the fruits and vegetables into crisper without packing.

Freezer Compartment

• To set the freezer compartment to 2-3 graphic bar will be enough for normal conditions.

• The use of freezer is, storing of deep-frozen or frozen foods for long periods of time and making ice cubes.

• Do not put fresh and warm foods to the freezer door shelves to be frozen. Only use for storage of frozen foods.

• Do not put fresh and warm food with frozen food side by side as it can thaw the frozen food.

• Use the fast freezing shelf to freeze home cooking (and the foods which is wanted to freeze) more quickly because of the freezing room’s greater freezing power.

• While freezing fresh foods (i.e. meat, fish and mincemeat) divide them in parts you will use in one time.

• While freezing fresh foods ; Maximum amount of fresh food (in kg) that can be frozen in 24 hours is indicated on the appliance label.

• For optimum appliance performance to reach maximum freezing capacity , turn the freezer thermostat knob to position max 24 hours before placing fresh food inthe freezer.

• After placing fresh food in the freezer ,24 hours on max position is generally sufficient,After 24 hours, don not need to set the feezer thermostat knob to position max.

• Attention; In order to save energy, W hen freezing small amounts of food, don not need to set the freezer thermostat knob to position max.

For storing the frozen foods; the instructions shown on frozen food packages should always be followed carefully and if no information is provided food should not be stored for more than 3 months from the purchased date.

When buying frozen foods ensure that these have been frozen at suitable temperatures and that the packing is intact.

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• Frozen foods should be transported in appopriate containers to maintain the quality of the food and should be returned to the freezing surfaces of the unit in the shortest possible time.

• If a package of frozen food shows the sign of humidity and abnormal swelling it is probable that it has been previously stored at an unsuitable temperature and that the contents have deteriorated.

The storage life of frozen foods depends on the room temperature, thermostat setting, how often the door is opened, the type of food and the length of time required to transport the product from the shop to your home. Always follow the instructions printed on the package and never exceed the maximum storage life indicated.

PART- 4.

CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE

• Disconnect unit from the power supply before cleaning.

• Do not clean the appliance by pouring water.

• The refrigerator and freezer compartment should be cleaned periodically using a solution of bicarbonate of soda and lukewarm water

• Clean the accessories separately with soap and water.

Do not clean them in the washing machine.

• Do not use abrasive products, detergents or soaps. After washing, rinse with clean water and dry carefully. When the cleaning operations have been completed reconnect the plug of the unit with dry hands.

• You should clean the condenser with broom at least once a year in order to provide energy saving and increase the productivity.

THE POWER SUPPLY MUST BE DISCONNECTED.

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Defrosting

• Defrosting occurs fully automatically during operation; the defrost water is collected by the evaporating tray and evaporates automatically.

Replacing The Refrigerator and Freezer Light Bulb

1. Unplug the unit from the power supply,

2. Remove the refrigerator light cover with a minu s screw driver, an d tak e o u t th e cover.(A)

3. Change the present light bulb with a new one of not more than 15 W.(B)

4. Replace the light cover and after waiting 5 minutes plug the unit.(C)

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PART- 5.

TRANSPORTATION AND CHANGING OF

INSTALLATION POSITION

Transportation and Changing of Installation Position

• The original packages and foamed polystyrene (PS) can be concealed if required.

• In transportation the appliance should be tied with a wide stripe or a strong rope.

The rules written on the corrugated box must be applied while transporting.

• Before transporting or changing old installation position, all the moving objects (i.e., shelves, crisper…) should be taken out or fixed with bands in order to prevent the shake.

Changing of Door Opening Direction

(For some models)

In case you need to change door-opening direction, please consult the domestic after sales service.

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PART- 6.

BEFORE CALLING YOUR AFTER SALES SERVICE

What to do if your refrigerator does not operate;

Check that;

• There is no power ,

• The general switch in your home is disconnected ,

• The thermostat setting is on« 0 »position ,

• The socket is not sufficient. To check this, plug in another appliance that you know which is working into the same socket.

What to do if your refrigerator performs poorly;

Check that;

• You have not overloaded the appliance ,

• The doors are closed perfectly ,

• There is no dust on the condenser ,

• There is enough place at the rear and side walls.

If there is noise;

The cooling gas which circulates in the refrigerator circuit may make a slight noise

(bubbling sound) even when the compressor is not running. Do not worry this is quite normal. If these sounds are different check that;

• The appliance is well levelled

• Nothing is touching the rear.

• The stuffs on the appliance are vibrating.

Recommendations

• If the appliance is not used for long time (for example during the summer holidays) unplug and clean the refrigerator leaving the door open to prevent the formation of mildew and smell.

• To stop the appliance completely, unplug from main socket (for cleaning and when the doors are left open)

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PART- 7.

THE PARTS OF THE APPLIANCE AND THE

COMPARTMENTS

This presentation is only for information about the parts of the appliance.

Parts may vary according to the appliance model.

1) FAST FREEZING SHELF

2) ICE TRAY

3) ICE BOX

4) FREEZER THERMOSTAT BOX

5) FREEZER SHELF

6) FREEZER COMPARTMENT

7) FREEZER LAMP BOX/COVER

8) CHILLER SHELVES

9) REFRIGERATOR THERMOSTAT BOX

10) REFRIGERATOR LAMP BOX/COVER

11) REFRIGERATOR SHELVES

12) MAGIC SHELF

13) CRISPER COVER

14) CRISPER

15) KICK PLATE

16) FREEZER SHELF

17) EGG HOLDER

18) TOP SHELF

19) EGG SHELF

20) AROMATIC BOX

21) BOTTLE SHELF

22) BOTTOM SHELF

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