Kelvinator EN SINGLE DOOR LARDER FRIDGE MODEL:KI300FF/KI300FFS OPERATION MANUAL General Description of Refrigerator 1.Upper Cover 2. Thermostat 3. Refrigerator Shelf 4. Salad Crisper Cover 5.Salad Crisper 6. Adjustable Foot 7.Egg Tray 8. Pocket Rack 9.Bottle Holder 10. Bottle Rack TRANSPORTATION AND HANDLING When moving the unit, always hold the base, and lift carefully while keeping the unit upright. The unit should never be tilted beyond 45 degrees, placed upside down, or laid on its side, back or front. Never hold onto the door for support while moving the unit as this may damage the hinges. INSTALLATION 1. Place the refrigerator on a flat, firm surface and using a spirit-level, level it by turning the two front “feet” clockwise or anti-clockwise. This will help eliminate noise caused by vibration. 2. Choose a properly ventilated area. There should be at least 10cm of open space along the sides, top and back of the refrigerator. 3. Select a location away from heating sources, direct sunlight, ovens etc. Also, the area should be dry and free of damp, stale air. TESTING 1. Clean the parts of the refrigerator with lukewarm water and detergent and wipe dry. Notes: Electric parts of the refrigerator can only be wiped by dry cloth. Turn the temperature control selector, located on the sidewall of the refri gerator, to the “3” position and switch on the electricity. The compressor will start and the light must be on. Close the door at least 30 minutes. After this time, the temperature of the back wall should have decreased noticeably, if this is the case, it indicates that the refrigerator operates correctly. Allow the refrigerator to run for two hours before packing anything into it. This will ensure quicker cooling of food and this will in turn lead to food staying fresher for longer. TEMPERATURE CONTROL |. A temperature control selector controls the temperature inside the refrigerator, and this is installed on the sidewall of the refrigerator. By turning the temperature control selector right or left, one can regulate the temperature inside the refrigerator. The numbers on the selector are temperature grades and should not be mistaken for temperature indications measured in degrees. “0” indicates the OFF position, while “5” indicates the coldest position. The temperature control select or should be set according to the user’s individual requirements. 4. The recommended position for normal use is “3”, STORAGE OF FOOD Eggs, butter, mild and bottled food and drinks can be stored. Food such as MEAT, FISH, CHEESE etc can be stored but should be covered in cling wrap, polythene bags or airtight containers to prevent them from drying out and causing smells inside the refrigerator. PLACEMENT OF FOOD 1. Leave sufficient space between items in order for them to cool down faster and preserve freshness. 2. Fresh produce and food should be wrapped or placed in suitable containers to avoid contamination and the loss of water and transferring of smells. 3. Hot food must be cooled down to room temperature before storing. Placing hot food in the refrigerator will lead to increased electricity consumption and will also lead to frost forming on the inside of the refrigerator causing it to malfunction. DEFROSTING 1. The refrigerator defrosts automatically. NOTES |. This appliance should only be used in-doors and must not be exposed to rain or direct sun. 2. Do not store ether, methanol, gasoline or similar substances that evaporates, burn or explode. 3. Do not place any heavy items on top of the refrigerator. 4. Do not pour water over the appliance. 5. This appliance must be earthed and should be connected to an independent electrical socket. The voltage must be limited within the 220V to 240V range to avoid damage to the main motor. 6. Wait 5 minutes before turning the refrigerator on after a power failure or disconnecting the unit from electricity. Failing to adhere to this will result in failure of the compressor. 7. Good air circulation is essential and will reduce energy consumption 8. Keep the electrical cord away from the compressor and condenser to prevent it from melting and causing an electrical hazard. 9. To save on energy consumption and to ensure the correct operation of your refrigerator, reduce the frequency as well as duration of opening the door. 10. It 1s not recommended to use any extension cords. WARNINGS ен юн A Keep ventilation openings of the appliance clear of obstruction. Do not damage the refrigerant circuit. Do not use electrical appliances inside unit Please release the refrigerant in open air and away from open fire before disposing of the appliance The appliance must be positioned in such a way that the plug is accessible. If the power supply cord is damaged, the manufacturer must replace it or it’s service agent or a similarly qualified person in order to avoid a hazard. Do not use mechanical devices or other means to accelerate the defrosting process, other than those recommended by the manufacturer. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR CARE AND MAINTENANCE The refrigerator should be cleaned every other month. 1. 2. Disconnect the refrigerator from the electric power supply. Wipe the inside and outside of the refrigerator with a soft, wet cloth. If it is too dirty, use clean water with a non-abrasive detergent and wipe with dry cloth. Remember to clear the defrost drain situated at the back of the fridge just above the glass cover. If you are going away on holiday or wish to leave the refrigerator idle for any period of time, proceed as follows: ls es 3. 4 Disconnect the refrigerator from the electric power supply. Remove all food. Clean and dry the inside as instructed fro cleaning. Leave the door open to prevent any unpleasant smells from building up while the refrigerator 1s not used. REPLACING THE LIGHT BULB When the light fails : |, 2. 3. 4. Disconnect the refrigerator from the electric power supply. Ensure that the bulb 1s screwed in securely in the bulb holder. Switch on. If’ the light is still not working, obtain a replacement 15W, E14 screw-cap type bulb and fit it. ~ WORKING DEFECTS AND FAILURES Symptom : Appliance does not switch on at all. Cause : The power supply plug is not inserted in the wall socket or the plug and the outlet is loose. Due to some defect in the household electric supply circuit no power is reaching the refrigerator supply socket. Test this by trying to plug a light or another appliance into the same socket. The voltage supplied could also be too low. Symptom: Noisy running. Cause: The appliance has not been properly leveled. The refrigerator is in contact with the wall. The accessories in the refrigerator are placed in the wrong position. Symptom: Appliance does not cool sufficiently. Cause: Door has been opened frequently or it has been left open. The refrigerator is to close to the wall. There 1s too much food in the refrigerator. Temperature control selector is set in the wrong position. Symptom: Smell inside the appliance. Cause: Some of the food is not properly wrapped or covered. The inside of the fridge needs cleaning. Call the service department if your refrigerator shows other symptoms from those described above, or if you have checked all the items listed above and the symptom persists. THE FOLLOWING IS NORMAL AND SHOULD NOT BE CONSIDERED AS A MALFUNCTION OF THE REFRIGERATOR. 1. The sound of water running. Refrigerant running in pipes gives forth a gentle sound of water running in pipes. 2. Outer surface of the refrigerator is covered with moisture. e [tis normal for moisture to form on the outside during high-humidity seasons in certain regions, simply wipe away with a dry cloth. 3. During summer the compressor and rear condenser get heated to the extent that it could scald when touched. Diagram of Circuit Principles Overload plug thermostat Protector = 4 compressor \switch À earth | о A u na Е start-relay / © < \ connecting | | U y là FC light | = Due to product's changing and improving, the exact product for the consumer may not correspond with some details in the instruction. Please accept our apologize for no information in advance. Kelvinator <p tert Service and Spares In the event of your appliance requiring service, or if you wish to purchase spare parts, contact your local Kelvinator Service Centre by telephoning: 0860 234 481/2/3 (South African Customers) +27-11-579-0800 (International Customers) Help us to help you Please determine your type of enquiry before writing or telephoning. When you contact us we need to know: e Your name e Telephone Number e Physical Address where appliance is located * Model and Serial Number of the appliance e Clear and concise details of the fault Customer Care For general enquiries or information regarding Kelvinator appliances contact: Customer Care Department Kelvinator P.O. Box 3657 Johannesburg 2000 South African Customers: 0860 234 481 International Customers: +27-11-579-0800 E-mail: email@example.com Guarantee Conditions ae 10: 11. Les 13. 14. The guarantee is valid for Twelve (12) months commencing when the appliance is handed over to the first retail purchaser, which must be verified by purchase invoice or similar documentation. Kelvinator guarantees the equipment against defective material or faulty manufacture, provided it is used for domestic use from the date of purchase by the original purchaser. If not used as abovementioned, the warranty period will limited. If the appliance is used or installed more than Fifty (50) kilometres from the nearest Kelvinator Authorised Service Agent, the additional distance covered shall be for the account of the purchaser. The risk in regard to appliances to be repaired shall at all times remain with the purchaser. This guarantee is given on condition that only genuine Kelvinator parts and accessories are used at all times in the appliance. Kelvinator shall not be responsible for damage of any kind resulting from electricity fluctuations, faults in the building wiring, faulty installations, improper use of controls or failure to use the appliance in accordance with the operating instructions and/or general misuse and/or abuse, which would include unforeseen accidents, wear and tear, and/or earthquake, flood, lightning or any other natural disaster beyond the control of Kelvinator. Any attempt by an unauthorised person to repair or tamper with the appliance shall render this guarantee null and void. This guarantee does not include bulbs, loose glass, glass oven doors, enamelled surfaces, discolouring of stainless steel surfaces, filters and other parts subject to wear and tear. Kelvinator shall not be responsible in terms of this guarantee for the replacement or repair of any parts of the appliance if damaged during transit, where packaging damage is visible. Repairs carried out under guarantee do not extend the guarantee period for the appliance. Parts removed during guarantee repairs become the property of Kelvinator. This guarantee shall be available only to a purchaser of Kelvinator appliances from an authorised Electrolux Home Products/Kelvinator Dealer or Distributor in and where the appliance has been retained for use in the Republic South Africa, Namibia, Swaziland, Lesotho and Zimbabwe. Failure to produce documentary proof of the date or original acquisition by the original purchaser will result in normal charges being levied for the work carried out and the parts supplied. The liability of Kelvinator under this guarantee is limited to the replacement and/or repair of the defective parts within the guarantee period and does not extend to be installation or removal of the appliance. Furthermore, Kelvinator does not accept responsibility or liability to compensate for any consequential loss or damage of any kind caused by or due to the failure of operation or malfunction of any equipment to which this guarantee applies. It is at the sole discretion of Kelvinator that, in terms of guarantee, consideration be given to replace the appliance due to various parts failing of a similar nature or in the event of the appliance being in a state of beyond repair.
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