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Spend a little Live a lot
Great care has gone into the manufacture of this product and it should
therefore provide you with years of good service when used properly. In
the event of product failure within its intended use over the course of the
first 3 years after date of purchase, we will remedy the problem as quickly
as possible once it has been brought to our attention. In the unlikely event
of such an occurrence, or if you require any information about the product,
please contact us via our helpline support services, details of which are to be
found both in this manual and on the product itself.
GB
TABLE TOP FRIDGE
IRE
PRODUCED IN CHINA FOR:
ALDI STORES LTD. PO BOX 26, ATHERSTONE
WARWICKSHIRE, CV9 2SH.
ALDI STORES (IRELAND) LTD.
PO BOX 726, NAAS, CO. KILDARE.
VISIT US AT WWW.ALDI.COM
AFTER SALES SUPPORT
GB
0333 32 13 106
Standard rate
74180/74181
IRE
1 800 99 25 08
free phone
www.medion.co.uk
MODEL:
MD 37115
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Overview ......................................................................................... 4
Use.................................................................................................... 5
Scope of delivery/device parts ...................................................... 6
General information........................................................................ 7
Please read these operating instructions and keep them in a
safe place ................................................................................................ 7
Explanation of symbols ........................................................................ 7
Proper use .......................................................................................8
Safety information .......................................................................... 9
General safety instructions .................................................................10
Transport.................................................................................................11
Setting up and electrical connection .................................................11
Setting up the appliance ....................................................................12
Cleaning and maintenance................................................................14
Faults ......................................................................................................15
Disposal ..................................................................................................15
Package contents ...........................................................................16
Changing the door hinge ..............................................................16
Using the refrigerator ....................................................................17
Notes on using the refrigerator ......................................................... 17
Setting the temperature .....................................................................18
Defrosting the freezer compartment ........................................... 18
Switching off the appliance................................................................19
Cleaning the appliance ..................................................................19
Transport ....................................................................................... 20
Troubleshooting.............................................................................21
End of operation ........................................................................... 22
Disposal.......................................................................................... 22
Technical data................................................................................ 23
Declaration of conformity ............................................................. 23
Legal notice ................................................................................... 24
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User Manual
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Contents
1
9
Spend a little Live a lot
Great care has gone into the manufacture of this product and it should
therefore provide you with years of good service when used properly. In
the event of product failure within its intended use over the course of the
first 3 years after date of purchase, we will remedy the problem as quickly
as possible once it has been brought to our attention. In the unlikely event
of such an occurrence, or if you require any information about the product,
please contact us via our helpline support services, details of which are to be
found both in this manual and on the product itself.
GB
TABLE TOP FRIDGE
IRE
PRODUCED IN CHINA FOR:
ALDI STORES LTD. PO BOX 26, ATHERSTONE
WARWICKSHIRE, CV9 2SH.
ALDI STORES (IRELAND) LTD.
PO BOX 726, NAAS, CO. KILDARE.
VISIT US AT WWW.ALDI.COM
AFTER SALES SUPPORT
GB
0333 32 13 106
Standard rate
74180/74181
IRE
1 800 99 25 08
free phone
www.medion.co.uk
MODEL:
MD 37115
37115 EN Aldi UK Cover MSN 5005 3494-5 FInal.indd 1-5
02/2017
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Overview ......................................................................................... 4
Use.................................................................................................... 5
Scope of delivery/device parts ...................................................... 6
General information........................................................................ 7
Please read these operating instructions and keep them in a
safe place ................................................................................................ 7
Explanation of symbols ........................................................................ 7
Proper use .......................................................................................8
Safety information .......................................................................... 9
General safety instructions .................................................................10
Transport.................................................................................................11
Setting up and electrical connection .................................................11
Setting up the appliance ....................................................................12
Cleaning and maintenance................................................................14
Faults ......................................................................................................15
Disposal ..................................................................................................15
Package contents ...........................................................................16
Changing the door hinge ..............................................................16
Using the refrigerator ....................................................................17
Notes on using the refrigerator ......................................................... 17
Setting the temperature .....................................................................18
Defrosting the freezer compartment ........................................... 18
Switching off the appliance................................................................19
Cleaning the appliance ..................................................................19
Transport ....................................................................................... 20
Troubleshooting.............................................................................21
End of operation ........................................................................... 22
Disposal.......................................................................................... 22
Technical data................................................................................ 23
Declaration of conformity ............................................................. 23
Legal notice ................................................................................... 24
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User Manual
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Contents
1
9
Spend a little Live a lot
Great care has gone into the manufacture of this product and it should
therefore provide you with years of good service when used properly. In
the event of product failure within its intended use over the course of the
first 3 years after date of purchase, we will remedy the problem as quickly
as possible once it has been brought to our attention. In the unlikely event
of such an occurrence, or if you require any information about the product,
please contact us via our helpline support services, details of which are to be
found both in this manual and on the product itself.
GB
TABLE TOP FRIDGE
IRE
PRODUCED IN CHINA FOR:
ALDI STORES LTD. PO BOX 26, ATHERSTONE
WARWICKSHIRE, CV9 2SH.
ALDI STORES (IRELAND) LTD.
PO BOX 726, NAAS, CO. KILDARE.
VISIT US AT WWW.ALDI.COM
AFTER SALES SUPPORT
GB
0333 32 13 106
Standard rate
74180/74181
IRE
1 800 99 25 08
free phone
www.medion.co.uk
MODEL:
MD 37115
37115 EN Aldi UK Cover MSN 5005 3494-5 FInal.indd 1-5
02/2017
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Overview ......................................................................................... 4
Use.................................................................................................... 5
Scope of delivery/device parts ...................................................... 6
General information........................................................................ 7
Please read these operating instructions and keep them in a
safe place ................................................................................................ 7
Explanation of symbols ........................................................................ 7
Proper use .......................................................................................8
Safety information .......................................................................... 9
General safety instructions .................................................................10
Transport.................................................................................................11
Setting up and electrical connection .................................................11
Setting up the appliance ....................................................................12
Cleaning and maintenance................................................................14
Faults ......................................................................................................15
Disposal ..................................................................................................15
Package contents ...........................................................................16
Changing the door hinge ..............................................................16
Using the refrigerator ....................................................................17
Notes on using the refrigerator ......................................................... 17
Setting the temperature .....................................................................18
Defrosting the freezer compartment ........................................... 18
Switching off the appliance................................................................19
Cleaning the appliance ..................................................................19
Transport ....................................................................................... 20
Troubleshooting.............................................................................21
End of operation ........................................................................... 22
Disposal.......................................................................................... 22
Technical data................................................................................ 23
Declaration of conformity ............................................................. 23
Legal notice ................................................................................... 24
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Scope of delivery/device parts
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Hinge, top
2
Temperature control
3
Door compartment, small
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Door compartment, large
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Hinge, bottom
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Adjustable feet
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Mains cable with plug (on the back, not shown)
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Shelf
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Scope of delivery/device parts
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Hinge, top
2
Temperature control
3
Door compartment, small
4
Door compartment, large
5
Hinge, bottom
6
Adjustable feet
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Mains cable with plug (on the back, not shown)
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Shelf
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Freezer compartment
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Hinge, top
2
Temperature control
3
Door compartment, small
4
Door compartment, large
5
Hinge, bottom
6
Adjustable feet
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Mains cable with plug (on the back, not shown)
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Shelf
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Freezer compartment
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General information
General information
Please read these operating instructions and keep them
in a safe place
These operating instructions are for the refrigerator MD 37115. They contain
important information about set-up and operation.
Read the operating instructions carefully, in particular the safety
instructions, before you use the refrigerator. Non-compliance with these
operating instructions can lead to serious injury or damage to the refrigerator.
Please retain these operating instructions for future reference. If you pass on the
refrigerator to a third party, please also pass on these operating instructions.
Explanation of symbols
The following symbols and signal words are used in these instructions, on the
appliance or on the packaging.
DANGER!
This signal word indicates a hazard with a high degree of risk which, if not avoided,
will result in death or serious injury.
WARNING!
This signal word indicates a hazard with a medium level of risk which, if not avoided,
could lead to death or serious injury.
CAUTION!
This signal word indicates a hazard with a low level of risk which, if not avoided, could
result in a minor or moderate injury.
NOTICE!
This signal word warns of possible damage to property.
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Proper use
Warning: risk of electric shock.
Warning: risk of explosion.
This symbol gives you useful additional information on assembly or
operation.
Declaration of conformity (see section “Declaration of conformity”):
Products bearing this symbol meet all the regulations and standards
applicable in the European Economic Area.
Proper use
This appliance is used for cooling drinks and food. This appliance
is intended to be used in private households or for similar
household applications, such as:
− in staff kitchens in shops, offices and other commercial
areas;
− on agricultural estates;
− by customers in hotels, motels and other residential
facilities;
− in bed & breakfast accommodation.
When used in commercial areas, the valid regulations must be
observed.
Please note that we shall not be liable in cases of improper use:
− Do not modify the appliance without our consent and do not
use any auxiliary equipment that we have not approved or
supplied.
− Use only spare parts and accessories that we have supplied or
approved.
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Safety information
− Heed all the information in these operating instructions,
especially the safety information. Any other use is deemed
improper and can cause personal injury or property damage.
− Do not use the appliance in extreme environmental conditions.
Safety information
WARNING!
Risk of injury for children or persons with limited physical,
sensory or mental capabilities (for example partially disabled
people or elderly people with limited physical and mental
capabilities) or no knowledge and experience (for example,
older children).
− Store the appliance and its accessories out of the reach of
children.
− This appliance may be used by children over the age of 8 and
by persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental abilities
or by those without experience and/or knowledge, if they
are supervised or have been instructed in the safe use of the
appliance and have understood the dangers that result from
it. Children must not be allowed to play with the appliance.
Cleaning and user maintenance may not be carried out by
children, unless they are aged 8 or over and are supervised.
− Children younger than 8 should be kept away from the
appliance and the mains cable.
WARNING!
Risk of suffocation.
There is a risk of suffocation if plastic packaging or small parts are
inhaled or swallowed.
− Do not store any of the packaging material used (bags,
polystyrene, etc.) within the reach of children.
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Safety information
General safety instructions
WARNING!
Risk of injury due to damage to the cooling system.
− Do not place the appliance on its side or rear, otherwise oil may
leak out of the compressor into the coolant circuit and could
block it.
− If the cooling system is damaged, the room in which the
appliance is situated must be thoroughly aired for several
minutes (the room must be at least 2 m³).
− Damage to the coolant circuit must be prevented.
− Contact between the coolant and the eyes or skin could
lead to injuries. If affected, rinse out your eyes immediately
and seek medical advice.
− There is a risk of fire! Do not operate any electrical devices
inside the freezer compartment that are not approved
by the manufacturer. Do not use any other mechanical
equipment or other artificial methods to speed up the
defrosting process except those recommended by the
manufacturer. Keep open flames away from the appliance.
− Manipulations to the coolant circuit are not permitted and will
invalidate the warranty.
− If the cooling system becomes damaged and no ignitable gasair mixture can form, the room in which the appliance is located
must be well ventilated for a few minutes (according to the EN
378 standard, the room must have a minimum size of 1 m3 per 8
g of refrigerant. Your freezer contains 16 g of refrigerant).
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Safety information
Transport
CAUTION!
Risk of injury.
The appliance is very heavy. There is a risk of injury due to
overstraining while lifting.
− Transport the appliance with at least one other person.
NOTICE!
Risk of damage.
Risk of damage to the appliance due to improper transport.
− The appliance should always be transported upright. If
transported at an angle of more than 45°, leave to stand for 2
hours before connecting to the mains and switching on so that
the cooling circuit can settle down.
− Do not place the appliance on its side or rear as oil may leak out
of the compressor into the coolant circuit and could block it.
− Do not expose the appliance to rain or splashes of water.
− Once the appliance has been set up at the desired location,
leave it to stand for 2 hours before connecting to the mains and
switching on so that the cooling circuit can settle down.
Setting up and electrical connection
Before connecting up the appliance
− Unpack the appliance and remove the adhesive tape.
Remove any possible adhesive residue using a mild cleaning
agent.
− Dispose of the protective polystyrene foam packaging
separately.
− Wipe down the inside of the appliance and the fitting elements
using lukewarm water and a mild cleaning agent and allow to
dry.
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Safety information
− After setting up the appliance, ensure that it is not standing on
the power cable.
− Do not operate the appliance if it has been visibly damaged or
the mains cable or plug is defective.
Setting up the appliance
− Connect the appliance only to a properly installed safety
socket that is easy to reach and close to the set-up location.
The mains voltage should correspond to the technical data for
the appliance. The safety socket must be freely accessible so
that you can unplug the appliance from the mains quickly if
necessary.
− Do not use an extension cable.
− Ensure the mains cable is out of harm’s way and will not trip
people up. Do not allow the mains cable to become trapped or
squashed.
− To ensure adequate ventilation, maintain a minimum distance of
30 cm to the ceiling, 10 cm to the rear wall and 10 cm to the other
walls, otherwise the internal electronics could be damaged (see
Fig. B and C).
− Set up the appliance in a dry and ventilated room. Do not
expose the appliance to direct sunlight because this can
damage the surfaces of the appliance and increase energy
consumption.
− Protect the appliance from moisture and splashes.
− Never immerse the appliance in water.
− Do not set up the appliance near to heat sources such as ovens,
radiators, underfloor heating, etc.
− Set up the appliance on a stable, flat surface.
− The appliance should be level; compensate for any unevenness
in the floor by appropriately unscrewing the two adjustable
feet 6 .
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Safety information
− Do not place any other household appliances (such as a
microwave, food processor, etc.) on top of the refrigerator.
− Do not use any electrical devices inside the appliance.
Handling the appliance
WARNING!
Risk of explosion!
Flammable gases and liquids could cause explosions if stored in
the freezer compartment.
− Do not store any explosive substances or spray cans with
flammable propellants in the appliance.
− Do not freeze any carbonated beverages. Expanding water
could burst the containers.
− Only freeze high-proof alcoholic drinks if they are tightly
sealed and stood upright.
− Do not store any glass or metal containers with liquids in the
freezer compartment.
− Do not use defrosting sprays under any circumstances. This
could cause the formation of explosive gases.
WARNING!
Risk of injury/risk to health!
Improper handling of the appliance could lead to injuries. Burns
caused by low temperatures are possible.
− Do not touch the frozen inner walls of the freezer compartment
or frozen food with your hands. Do not place ice cubes or ice
lollies into your mouth that have just been taken out of the
freezer compartment.
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Safety information
Cleaning and maintenance
DANGER!
Risk of electric shock.
There is a risk of electric shock due to live parts.
− Before starting any cleaning or maintenance work, always
ensure that the mains plug has been disconnected from the
safety socket (do not pull on the mains cable, but on the mains
plug). If the plug is not accessible, the corresponding fuse for
the mains electricity supply to the house needs to be switched
off.
DANGER!
RISK OF EXPLOSION AND FIRE.
Explosions can occur due to the formation of gases.
− Do not use any flammable liquids to clean the appliance or any
parts of the appliance.
− Do not use any defrosting sprays. They could cause the
formation of explosive gases.
NOTICE!
Risk of damage.
Damage to the appliance caused by improper handling.
− Except for those recommended by the manufacturer, do
not use any other mechanical equipment or other artificial
methods e.g. electrical heater, hot air blower or hair dryer to
speed up the defrosting process.
Sensitive surfaces:
− Do not use any sharp or abrasive cleansing agents on the
inside of the appliance, the door of the appliance or the
housing of the appliance because these items could damage
the surfaces.
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Safety information
− Do not allow oil and grease to come into contact with the
plastic parts and the door seal as the surface can become
porous and brittle.
Faults
WARNING!
Risk of electric shock!
There is a risk of electric shock due to live parts.
− Never try to open and/or repair an appliance component
yourself. There is a risk of electric shock.
− To prevent risks, damaged mains cables may only be replaced
by our Service Centre or by a qualified specialist workshop.
− In the event of a fault, contact our Service Centre or another
suitable specialist workshop.
Disposal
WARNING!
Risk of injury!
There is a risk of suffocation if the door slams shut.
− Remove the door before disposing of the appliance and
leave the storage shelves in the appliance to prevent children
climbing into it.
− Before disposal, cut off the mains cable.
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Package contents
Package contents
WARNING!
Risk of suffocation.
There is a risk of suffocation if plastic packaging or small parts are
inhaled or swallowed.
− Do not store any of the packaging material used (bags,
polystyrene, etc.) within the reach of children.
When unpacking, ensure that the following parts are included:
• Refrigerator
• Shelf
• Collection tray for any incidental condensation water
• Operating instructions incl. warranty documents
Changing the door hinge
The refrigerator is supplied with a right-hinged door. If you want to change the opening
direction, proceed as follows:
Tools required:
• No. 8 spanner (metric)
• Small flat-head screwdriver
1. Disconnect the mains plug from the mains socket.
2. Empty the refrigerator, including the shelf and all food, etc.
Place all parts safely to one side. They will all be needed to reinstall the door.
3. Remove the cover for the top hinge on the right side, e.g. using a flat-head
screwdriver (see Fig. D), and remove the dummy plugs from the left side of the
appliance.
4. Remove the three screws on the top hinge 1 using the spanner.
5. Remove the top hinge. Carefully lift off the door and place it on a padded surface
to avoid any scratches.
6. Tilt the appliance slightly backwards and remove the adjustable feet 6 .
7. Remove the three screws on the bottom hinge 5 with a spanner and then
remove the hinge.
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8. Fit the bottom hinge on the left side of the appliance and mount the adjustable
feet.
9. Place the door onto the hinge using the bolts. Insert the hinge bolts for the top
hinge into the holes on the top left of the door. Align the door horizontally. Now
insert the three mounting screws for the top hinge into the drilled holes provided
for this purpose on the left side of the appliance and tighten them (see Fig. E).
10. Replace the cover onto the hinge and press down firmly. Insert the dummy plugs
into the now empty holes on the right side of the appliance.
Please note: The door seal will adapt to the new door hinge after a few
hours.
Using the refrigerator
− Remove the packaging materials and all protective films.
− Clean all parts of the appliance thoroughly before switching it on for the first time
(see section “Cleaning the appliance” on page 19).
− After cleaning, dry the appliance thoroughly before switching it on for the first
time.
− Set up the appliance in a suitable location (see “Cleaning the appliance” on page
19).
− Connect the appliance only to a properly installed power socket. The mains
voltage must correspond to the technical data for the appliance.
− Set the temperature control 2 to 5 and close the door.
About 2–3 hours after connection to the mains, the appliance has reached
operating temperature and you can load the appliance.
Notes on using the refrigerator
The appliance works correctly in ambient temperatures from +10°C to +38°C.
− Place only food or drinks that are already cooled or at room temperature into the
refrigerator. Do not place hot food or drinks into the refrigerator.
− Ensure adequate ventilation to prevent increased energy consumption and any
possible damage to the internal electronics.
− Do not open the door too often and do not leave the door open for extended
periods.
− Store foods only in suitable containers or the original packaging.
− The freezer compartment can be used to freeze fruit and produce ice cubes.
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Defrosting the freezer compartment
Setting the temperature
The temperature of the refrigerator compartment is controlled via the temperature
control 2 .
The cooling temperature can be set as follows:
0
The appliance is switched off
1
The lowest cooling level (the warmest)
2–4
Intermediate settings
5
The highest cooling level (the coldest)
The energy consumption and the temperature inside the fridge can increase
at ambient temperatures outside the permissible range.
Do not load the refrigerator and the freezer compartment until the
appliance has cooled down.
Before adding fresh food, bring the temperature of the refrigerator
compartment down to the coldest level 5.
Defrosting the freezer compartment
WARNING!
Risk of injury.
Burns caused by low temperatures are possible.
− Do not touch the frozen inner walls of the freezer compartment
or frozen food with your hands. Use an aid such as a dry cloth
to handle the frozen food.
Coarse ice deposits on the surfaces of the freezer reduce the efficiency of the
appliance and increase energy consumption. Therefore, defrost the appliance
regularly as soon as the layer of ice is thicker than 3–4 mm.
− Before defrosting the appliance, set the temperature control to position 5 for a
few hours beforehand. The frozen food can then be stored for a longer period of
time at room temperature.
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Cleaning the appliance
NOTICE!
Risk of damage
Damage to the appliance caused by improper handling.
− Do not use any other mechanical equipment or other artificial
methods e.g. electrical heater, hot air blower or hair dryer or
any sharp or hard objects to speed up the defrosting process.
The thermal insulation and the interior of the appliance are
sensitive to scratches and heat and could melt.
− Do not operate any electrical devices inside the refrigerator.
Both appliances could be irreparably damaged.
1. Remove the frozen food from the freezer compartment and wrap it in a few
sheets of newspaper and maybe also a blanket and then store it in a cool
location.
2. Set the temperature control to position 0 and disconnect the mains plug.
3. Clean the appliance, see section “Cleaning the appliance”.
Switching off the appliance
− In order to switch off the power to the appliance completely, disconnect the
mains plug 7 from the mains socket.
Cleaning the appliance
WARNING!
Risk of electric shock.
There is a risk of electric shock from electrified parts.
− Before starting any cleaning, pull the mains plug out of the
socket (pull on the plug, not the cable). If the plug is not
accessible, the corresponding fuse for the mains electricity
supply to the house needs to be switched off.
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Transport
NOTICE!
Risk of damage.
Equipment damage due to improper handling of the sensitive
surfaces of the appliance.
− Sensitive surfaces: Do not allow oil and grease to come into
contact with the plastic parts and the door seal as the surface
can become porous and brittle.
− Never use acidic, abrasive or granular, vinegar soda- or
solvent-based cleaning agents. These may damage the
surfaces of your appliance.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Empty the refrigerator.
Set the temperature control to position 0 and disconnect the mains plug 7 .
Remove the shelf 8 from the refrigerator compartment.
Wash out the refrigerator compartment with a mild detergent (such as
washing-up liquid or a soda solution of 3 tablespoons of soda to one litre of
water) and dry thoroughly.
Clean all of the fittings carefully and dry them.
Clean the appliance surfaces, except the door seal, with a mild cleaning agent. If
necessary, the appliance surface can be treated with silicone wax.
Clean the door seal with clean water; wipe it off and allow it to dry.
Put the mains plug back into the socket.
As soon as the appliance has reached its operating temperature, you can fill the
appliance with food again.
Transport
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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Unplug the appliance from the safety socket.
Remove all items and the shelf 8 from the interior of the appliance.
Screw in the adjustable feet 6 .
Tape the door in place using adhesive tape.
The appliance should always be transported upright. If transported at an angle
of more than 45°, leave to stand for 2 hours before connecting to the mains and
switching on so that the cooling circuit can settle down.
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Faults may occur during operation. Please use the following table to check whether
you can resolve the problem yourself. All other repairs are prohibited and will
invalidate the warranty cover. In the event of a fault, contact our Service Centre or
another suitable professional repair workshop.
Malfunction
Problem
Remedy
The appliance is
not working.
The electrical
circuit has been
interrupted.
− Check whether the mains plug is
plugged in.
− Check whether the connection
cable has been damaged.
The temperature
is not low
enough.
The door will not shut
tight, or is opened
too often.
− Arrange the contents of the
fridge so that nothing can
prevent the door from closing.
− Open the door only for a short
period of time.
− Check the door seal.
The temperature
is not low
enough.
The appliance has
been set up in a
location that is
exposed to direct
sunlight or next to a
heat source.
− Set up the appliance in another
location.
− Set the appliance to a colder
setting.
The appliance
is operating
too loudly or
vibrating.
The feet on the
appliance have
not been properly
adjusted.
− Adjust.
Temperature
control does not
work.
The temperature
sensor is defective.
− Contact the customer service
department.
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End of operation
End of operation
If you do not intend to use the appliance for a long period of time, perform the
following tasks:
− Remove the plug from the wall socket.
− Empty the appliance.
− Wipe out the cooling area and allow it to dry.
− Carefully wash all fittings.
− Leave the door open to avoid unpleasant odours and mould formation.
Disposal
Appliance
Old appliances should not be disposed of with the normal household
rubbish.
In accordance with Directive 2012/19/EU, the appliance must be properly
disposed of at the end of its service life.
This involves separating the materials in the appliance for the purpose of recycling
and minimising the environmental impact.
Take old appliances to a collection point for electrical scrap or a recycling centre.
Contact your local waste disposal company or your local authority for more
information on this subject.
− Before disposal cut off the cable.
Disposal of packaging
www.recyclenow.com
SLEEVE
TRAY
FILM
CARD
PLASTIC
PLASTIC
widely
recycled
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Sort packaging before disposal. Dispose of card and
cardboard with waste paper and dispose of plastic
wrapping with recyclable materials.
check local
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Technical data
Technical data
Power supply:
220–240 V ~ 50 Hz
Current:
0.6 A
Energy efficiency class:
A+
Electrical protection class:
I
Energy consumption:
107 kWh/year
0.29 kWh/24 hours
Storage capacity:
46 l
Refrigerator:
41 l
Freezer:
5l
Climate class:
SN/N/ST
Noise emissions:
< 35 dB
Dimensions (W x H x D):
500 x 480 x 445 mm
Weight:
approx. 13 kg
Propellent gas:
Cyclopentane (16 g)
Compressor:
D40CY1
Technical data subject to change!
Declaration of conformity
Medion AG hereby declares that the product MD 37115 conforms to the following
European requirements:
• EMC Directive 2014/30/EU
• Low Voltage Directive 2014/35/EU
• Ecodesign Directive 2009/125/EC
• RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU
Full declarations of conformity are available at www.medion.com/conformity.
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Legal notice
Legal notice
Copyright © 2016
Status: 2016-09-01
All rights reserved.
This operating manual is protected by copyright.
Mechanical, electronic and any other form of reproduction
is prohibited without the written permission of the
manufacturer
Copyright is owned by the company:
Medion AG
Am Zehnthof 77
45307 Essen
Germany
The operating manual can be reordered via the service hotline and is available for
download via the service portal at www.medion.com/gb/service/start/.
You can also scan the QR code above and download the operating manual onto your
mobile device via the service portal.
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User Manual
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Contents
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Spend a little Live a lot
Great care has gone into the manufacture of this product and it should
therefore provide you with years of good service when used properly. In
the event of product failure within its intended use over the course of the
first 3 years after date of purchase, we will remedy the problem as quickly
as possible once it has been brought to our attention. In the unlikely event
of such an occurrence, or if you require any information about the product,
please contact us via our helpline support services, details of which are to be
found both in this manual and on the product itself.
GB
TABLE TOP FRIDGE
IRE
PRODUCED IN CHINA FOR:
ALDI STORES LTD. PO BOX 26, ATHERSTONE
WARWICKSHIRE, CV9 2SH.
ALDI STORES (IRELAND) LTD.
PO BOX 726, NAAS, CO. KILDARE.
VISIT US AT WWW.ALDI.COM
AFTER SALES SUPPORT
GB
0333 32 13 106
Standard rate
74180/74181
IRE
1 800 99 25 08
free phone
www.medion.co.uk
MODEL:
MD 37115
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Overview ......................................................................................... 4
Use.................................................................................................... 5
Scope of delivery/device parts ...................................................... 6
General information........................................................................ 7
Please read these operating instructions and keep them in a
safe place ................................................................................................ 7
Explanation of symbols ........................................................................ 7
Proper use .......................................................................................8
Safety information .......................................................................... 9
General safety instructions .................................................................10
Transport.................................................................................................11
Setting up and electrical connection .................................................11
Setting up the appliance ....................................................................12
Cleaning and maintenance................................................................14
Faults ......................................................................................................15
Disposal ..................................................................................................15
Package contents ...........................................................................16
Changing the door hinge ..............................................................16
Using the refrigerator ....................................................................17
Notes on using the refrigerator ......................................................... 17
Setting the temperature .....................................................................18
Defrosting the freezer compartment ........................................... 18
Switching off the appliance................................................................19
Cleaning the appliance ..................................................................19
Transport ....................................................................................... 20
Troubleshooting.............................................................................21
End of operation ........................................................................... 22
Disposal.......................................................................................... 22
Technical data................................................................................ 23
Declaration of conformity ............................................................. 23
Legal notice ................................................................................... 24
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WARRANTY
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