Gebrauchsanweisung
Gebrauchsanweisung für Tisch- und Standkühlschränke
Operating instructions for table-height and upright refrigerators
Consignes d'utilisation Réfrigérateurs table-top et pose libre
Gebruiksaanwijzing voor tafelmodel en stakoelkasten
Istruzione d'uso per frigoriferi modello tavolo e verticali
Instrucciones de manejo Frigoríficos independientes
Instruções de utilização para frigoríficos sob bancada e de instalação livre
Kullanma Kılavuzu Masaüstü ve Ayaklı Buzdolaplar
TR
7081 897-02
K 2330/2734
0911
1 The appliance at a glance
Controls, fig. A1:
1On/off and temperature control
"1" = warm "7" = cold
We recommend a medium setting.
2Cool-Plus switch*. Switch on at low room temperatures of
18°C or below.
Interior light
Bulb data: max. 15 W, voltage and current should agree with
the details on the type plate, bulb fitting: E 14.
Replacing the bulb, fig. A1a: Switch off the appliance.
W Pull out the plug or switch off/unscrew the fuse.
W By moving the bottle and can holder, you can prevent bottles from tipping over when the door is opened and closed.
The holder can be removed for cleaning:
- fig. A2: The holder slides and releases left or right along the
door stops.
W You can remove all door racks for cleaning, fig. A2: lift rack
and pull forwards.
W Shelves* can be adjusted in height for different height
items, fig. A3:
- Lift the shelf, slide forwards and remove.
- Always insert shelves with the raised edge at the back pointing upwards, otherwise food may freeze onto the rear wall.
W Fig. A4: If you need space for large bottles and containers,
then simply push the front half of glass shelf* 1 back. For
cleaning, the holder 2 can be used to remove the half glass
shelves.
Description of appliance and equipment, fig. A
Freezer compartment*
Butter stop
Egg tray
Adjustable door racks
Adjustable storage shelves
Adjustable bottle and can holder
On/off and temperature control, interior light
Defrost drain
Bottle shelf*
Coldest zone of the refrigerator compartment,
for sensitive and perishable foodstuffs
Vegetable, salad and fruit bins
Door rack for large bottles
Type/Data plate
* Depending on model and options
Adjustable-height feet at front,
transport castors at back
Congratulations on your purchase. In choosing this appliance you have opted for all the benefits of
state-of-the-art refrigeration technology, guaranteeing you top quality, a long life span and excellent
reliability.
The features on your appliance have been designed to ensure maximum convenience - day in, day out.
This appliance has been manufactured with recyclable materials using an environmentally friendly
process, so together you and we are making an active contribution to the preservation of our environment.
To get to know all the benefits of your new appliance, please read the information contained in these
operating instructions carefully.
We wish you much pleasure with your new appliance.
Keep these operating instructions in a safe place and
pass them on to the next owner, where applicable.
The operating instructions apply to several models. Differences may therefore occur.
Contents
Operating instructions
Page
1
2
The appliance at a glance....................................... 8
Contents.................................................................... 9
Safety regulations...................................................... 9
Saving energy............................................................ 9
Safety instructions and warnings........................ 10
Disposal notes.......................................................... 10
Technical safety....................................................... 10
Safety during use..................................................... 10
Setting up................................................................. 10
Connecting to the mains........................................... 10
3 Refrigerator compartment.................................... 11
Setting the temperature............................................ 11
Cool-Plus switch*..................................................... 11
Notes on cooling...................................................... 11
4 Freezer compartment*............................................ 11
Freezing fresh food.................................................. 11
Notes on freezing and storage................................. 11
Making ice-cubes..................................................... 11
5 Defrosting, cleaning.............................................. 12
6 Troubleshooting.................................................... 12
Customer service and type plate............................. 12
7 Instructions for installation and modification.... 13
Changing over door hinges...................................... 13
Setup Dimensions.................................................... 13
Insertion into row of kitchen units.............................. 13
Note
- Place food inside the appliance as shown in the diagram.
This allows the appliance to save energy during operation.
- Shelves, drawers and baskets are arranged for optimum
energy efficiency on delivery.
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Safety regulations
W The appliance is suitable solely for cooling food in
a domestic environment or similar. This includes
use in, for example
- in staff kitchenettes, bed and breakfast establishments,
- by guests in country homes, hotels, motels and other
forms of accommodation,
- in catering and similar services in the wholesale trade.
Use the appliance solely as is customary within a domestic
environment. All other types of use are inadmissible. The appliance is not suitable for storing and cooling medicines, blood
plasma, laboratory preparations or similar substances and
products covered by the 2007/47/EC Medical Devices Directive. Misuse of the appliance can result in the stored products
suffering harm or perishing. Furthermore, the appliance is not
suitable for operation in potentially explosive atmospheres.
W The appliance is set to operate within specific ambient temperature limits according to its climate rating. These temperature limits
should not be exceeded. The correct climate rating for your appliance is indicated on the type plate. This is explained as follows:
Climate rating
SN
N
ST
T
Set for ambient temperatures of
+10°C to
+16°C to
+16°C to
+16°C to
+32°C
+32°C
+38°C
+43°C
- The refrigerant circuit has been tested for leaks.
- The appliance complies with current safety regulations
and EC directives 2006/95/EC and 2004/108/EC.
Saving energy
- Always ensure good ventilation. Do not cover ventilation
openings or grille.
- Do not place appliance in areas of direct sunlight or next to
a stove, heater or similar object.
- The energy consumption depends on the installation conditions, e.g. the ambient temperature.
- Keep the time the appliance is open to a minimum.
- The lower the temperature setting, the higher the power
consumption.
- Store food logically. (see Appliance at a glance).
- Ensure that all food is well packed and covered for storage.
This will prevent frost from forming.
- Remove food as needed in order that it does not warm too much.
- First cool warm food to room temperature before storing it.
- Defrost frozen food in the refrigerator.
- If there is a thick layer of frost in the appliance: defrost the
appliance.
Accumulated dust increases the
energy consumption:
- Once a year, dust the refrigerating
unit together with the metal grille of
the heat exchanger at the back of the
appliance.
* Depending on model and options
2 Safety instructions and warnings
Disposal notes
The packaging is made of recyclable materials.
- Corrugated board/board
- EPS moulded parts
- Polythene sheets
- Polypropylene straps
W Keep packaging materials away from children- polythene sheets and bags can cause suffocation!
W Please return the packaging to an official collection point.
Your old appliance: This contains some reusable materials and should be disposed of properly
- not simply with unsorted household refuse.
W Discarded appliances should be disabled:
Remove the plug, cut through the connection cable and render the catch unusable so
that children cannot become trapped inside.
W Ensure that the refrigerant circuit is not damaged when the appliance that is no longer
needed is taken away for disposal.
W Details of the refrigerant can be found on the type plate.
W Appliances which are no longer needed must be disposed
of in a professional and appropriate way, in accordance
with the current local regulations and laws.
Technical safety
W To prevent injury or damage to the unit, the appliance should only be transported wrapped and set
up by two people.
W The refrigerant R 600a is environmentally friendly but flammable.
W Do not damage the refrigerant circuit pipes.
Splashes of refrigerant can harm your eyes or ignite.
W If refrigerant escapes, remove all naked flames or sources
of ignition in the vicinity of the leak, disconnect the appliance from the mains and ventilate the area well.
W In the event that the appliance is damaged, contact the supplier immediately before connecting to the mains.
W To guarantee safe operation, ensure that the appliance is set
up and connected as described in these operating instructions.
W Disconnect the appliance from the mains if any fault occurs. Pull out the plug (not by pulling on the mains cable)
or switch off or remove the fuse.
W Any repairs and work on the appliance should only be
carried out by the customer service department, as unauthorised work could prove highly dangerous for the
user. The same applies to changing the mains power cable.
Safety during use
W Do not store explosives or sprays using combustible propellants such as butane, propane, pentane,
etc. in the appliance. Electrical components might cause
leaking gas to ignite. You can identify such sprays by the
printed contents or a flame symbol.
W Only store high-percentage alcohol in tightly sealed, upright containers.
W Do not allow naked flames or ignition sources to enter the
appliance.
W Do not use electrical appliances inside the appliance (e.g.
steam cleaners, heaters, ice makers, etc.).
W Do not stand on the plinth, drawers or doors or use them
to support anything else.
W This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge unless
they have been given initial supervision or instruction
concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible
for their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure
that they do not play with the appliance.
W Avoid prolonged skin contact with cold surfaces or
chilled/frozen food. This could cause pain, numbness and
frostbite. In the case of prolonged skin contact, protective
measures should be taken, e.g. gloves should be worn.
W Do not consume food which has been stored for too long,
as it could cause food poisoning.
WSpecial-purpose lamps (incandescent lamps, LEDs,
fluorescent tubes) in the appliance serve to illuminate the
appliance interior and are not suited for room illumination.
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Setting up
W When setting up/fitting ensure that the refrigerant
circuit pipes are not damaged.
W Once in position, use a 10 spanner to adjust the feet
so that the appliance is level and does not wobble.
W Standard EN 378 specifies that the room in which you
install your appliance must have a volume of 1 m3 per 8 g
of R 600a refrigerant used in the appliance, so as to avoid
the formation of inflammable gas/air mixtures in the room
where the appliance is located in the event of a leak in the
refrigerant circuit. The quantity of refrigerant used in your
appliance is indicated on the type plate on the inside of the
appliance.
W Always position the appliance directly up against
the wall.
W The ventilation grilles should not be obstructed.
Please note the appendix concerning installation
instructions.
W Condensation may form on the outside of the
refrigerator/freezer during periods of high humidity. Constant ventilation of the installation site is recommend.
W Do not place heat-emitting appliances, e.g. microwave
oven, toaster, etc., on top of the refrigerator or freezer.
W Keep burning candles, lamps and other items with naked
flames away from the appliance so that they do not set the
appliance on fire.
W Fire hazard due to dampness!
If live parts or the mains lead become damp this may
cause short circuits.
- The appliance is designed for use in enclosed areas. Do
not operate the appliance outdoors or in areas where it is
exposed to splash water or damp conditions.
W CAUTION! Risk of injury and danger of damage as a result
of incorrect transport!
- Transport the appliance in a packed condition.
- Transport the appliance upright.
- Do not transport the appliance without assistance.
W The appliance may be moved only when it is empty.
Connecting to the mains
Power supply (AC) and voltage
at the operating point must comply with the details on
the type plate, which is located on the inside left of the
appliance, next to the vegetable bins.
W Connect the appliance with a properly earthed fused
plug and socket only.
W The socket must be fused with a 10 A fuse or higher, it
must be away from the rear of the appliance and must be
easily accessible.
W Do not connect the appliance to the supply with other
equipment using a distribution outlet - risk of overheating.
W When removing the mains cable from the back of the appliance, remove the cable holder as well so as to avoid
vibration noise.
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accord-ance
with the following code: green/yellow = earth, blue = neutral,
brown = live.
Warning! This appliance must be earthed.
Non-rewireable plugs BS 1363
If this machine or appliance is fitted with a non-rewireable plug,
the following information applies: If the socket outlets are not
suitable for the plug supplied with this product, it must be cut
off and an appropriate plug fitted. The plug cut from the flexible
cord should be disposed of and on no account be inserted into
a 13 A socket elsewhere in the house (electric shock hazard).
The fuse cover must be re-fitted when changing the fuse,
and if the fuse cover is lost the plug must not be used until
a suitable replacement is obtained. The colour of the correct
replacement cover is that of the coloured insert in the base of
the plug, or the colour that is embossed in words on the base
of the plug (as applicable to the design of the plug fitted).
The correct rating of the replacement fuses that are ASTA
approved to BS 1362 should be fitted. Replacement fuse
covers may be purchased from your local electrical suppliers,
electricity showroom or approved service agent.
3 Refrigerator compartment
4 Freezer compartment*
You are advised to clean the appliance before switching it on
for the first time (see "Cleaning").
You can store frozen food for several months, prepare icecubes and freeze fresh food in the
freezer compartment at temperatures of -18°C and lower (medium
temperature setting or lower).
NB: The air temperature in the compartment, measured
with a thermometer or other measuring equipment, may fluctuate. However this will have little effect on the frozen food
when the compartment is full. The core temperature of the
frozen food will be the average of these values.
Switching the appliance on and off,
setting the temperature
W On: Turn the temperature control 1, fig.
A1, clockwise from "0" to "4". The appliance is now switched on and the interior
light comes on.
W Off: The appliance is switched off at the
"0" setting. The interior light is off.
W The positions of the temperature control
indicate the following:
"1" = warm, lowest cooling setting
"7" = cold, highest cooling setting
W We recommend a medium setting.
W At setting ”7” it is possible to reach temperatures below “0”
in the coldest zone of the fridge section.
W If you are storing frozen food and wish to ensure that the
low freezing temperature is maintained, we recommend
setting the temperature control to between "4" and "7".
Making ice-cubes
W Fill the ice-cube tray* three-quarters full with water and freeze. The
ice-cubes can be removed from the
tray by twisting or by holding upside
down for a short time under running
water.
Freezing fresh food
Fresh food should be frozen to the core as rapidly as possible. This ensures that the nutritional value, vitamins, appearance and flavour of the food remain intact. Larger quantities
of fresh food should be frozen as follows:
Cool-Plus switch*
W Approx. 24 hours before placing the food in the freezer,
W At low room temperatures of 18°C or
turn the temperature control to a medium to cold setting
below, switch on the Cool-Plus switch 2,
(approx. 6).
fig. A1, on the temperature control housing.
- Switch on Cool-Plus 2. Frozen food already stored will
This will ensure that the freezer compartreceive an additional boost.
ment stays at the right temperature.
W Insert the fresh food. The maximum amount of food which
W At normal room temperatures of above 18°C, it is not
can be frozen in 24 hours is shown on the type plate
necessary to switch on the Cool-Plus switch; it should stay
("Freezing capacity ... kg/24h")*.
switched off.
Spread out the fresh food on the bottom of the freezer
compartment as much as possible and do not allow it to
NB: Please note that the temperature inside the appliance
come into contact with frozen food already stored.
is affected by the room temperature, the place where the
W The freshly frozen food will be thoroughly frozen after 24
appliance is installed, the frequency with which the door is
hours.
opened and how full the appliance is.
- Set the temperature control back to its previous setting.
Switch off Cool-Plus 2 again. The freezing procedure is
complete and the appliance will return to its normal coolNotes on cooling
ing function.
W As a result of the circulation of the air, the temperature
Notes on freezing and storage
in the refrigerator compartment is not uniform. This
W You can put foods that are already frozen and up to
can have advantages for storing different types of food.
1 kg of fresh foods per day straight into the cold freezer
- Just above the vegetable bins and at the back of the refrigcompartment.
erator, the air is colder, ideal for raw meat or cold meats.
- At the top front of the compartment and in the door, the air W Once food has been thawed it should be prepared and not
simply frozen again.
is warmer, making it ideal for cheese and for spreadable
W As a guideline for the storage time, the following applies to
butter.
various foodstuffs in the freezer compartment:
W Store food so that the air can circulate freely; do not place
items too close together, and keep at least 2 cm away
Ice cream
2 to 6 months
from the interior light.
Sausage, ham
2 to 6 months
W Reusable plastic, metal, aluminium and glass contain-ers
or cling-film can be used for wrapping.
Bread, cakes and pastries 2 to 6 months
W Always store food which gives off or is sensitive to ethylGame, pork
6 to 10 months
ene gases such as fruit, vegetables and salads separately
or wrapped in order not to affect their storage life; e.g. do
Fish, oily
2 to 6 months
not store tomatoes together with kiwis or cabbage.
!
Fish, lean
6 to 12 months
Poultry, beef
6 to 12 months
Cheese
Vegetables, fruit
* Depending on model and options
2 to 6 months
6 to 12 months
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5 Defrosting, cleaning
6 Troubleshooting
Defrosting
Your appliance is designed and manufactured in such a way
Appliances without freezer compartment defrost automatically. as to provide fault.free operation and a long service life.
Nevertheless, if a fault should occur during operation, please
The moisture occurring at the back wall of the refrigerator
check whether the fault is due to incorrect operation. In this
is carried outside the refrigerator into an evaporating dish
case we have to charge you for any costs incurred also
through the defrost water channel. The defrost water is
within the warranty period.
evaporated by the compressor heat - water droplets on the
You can eliminate the following faults yourself by checking
rear wall depend on function and are completely normal.
the possible causes:
W At least ensure that the defrost water can always flow out
of through the outlet hole via the vegetable bin to the rear
Fault
possible cause and remedy
wall (arrow in Fig. A) unhindered.
Freezer
compartment*
Do not use any electrical heating or steam
cleaning appliances,
defrosting sprays, open
flames or metal objects
to remove ice. Risk of
injury and damage to the appliance.
To accelerate the defrosting process, put a pan with warm,
not boiling water into the compartment.
How to defrost:
W Switch off the appliance: Disconnect from the mains or
- Turn the temperature setting to the “0” position.
W Remove frozen goods, put into newspaper or blankets and
stored in a cool place.
W Leave the compartment and appliance door open during the
defrosting process.
W Collect defrosting water with a sponge or cloth. Then
clean the appliance.
Cleaning
W Before cleaning, always switch off the appliance. Disconnect from the mains or un-screw
or switch off the fuse.
W Wash shelves, glass plates and other options by
hand.
W Clean the outer walls, inside and appliance by hand with
lukewarm water and a little detergent. Because of the risk
of injury and damage to the appliance, steam cleaning
equipment should not be used.
W Never use abrasive or scouring sponges. Do not use concentrated cleaning agents and never use abrasive or acid
cleaners or chemical solvents.
W We recommend using a soft cloth and an all-purpose cleaner with a neutral pH value. Only use food safe cleaning
materials inside the appliance.
W For stainless-steel appliances*:
- Clean the side panels and door surfaces with a clean and
soft cloth. If necessary, use a moist cloth (water + detergent). Alternatively, use a micro-fibre cloth.
W Ensure that no cleaning water penetrates into the electrical components, drain gulley* or ventilation grilles. Wipe
the appliance dry.
W Do not damage or remove the type plate on the inside of
the appliance. It is very important for servicing purposes.
Appliance not working
- Is the appliance switched on properly?
- Is the mains plug properly inserted in the socket?
- Is the socket fuse intact?
The interior light does not come on
- Is the refrigerator compartment switched on?
- The bulb is defective. Change the bulb as described in
“Interior light”.
Interior light on when Cool-Plus activated:
- This is necessary from a technical point of view and is quite normal.
- To be able to ensure that the Cool-Plus function works
entirely as it should, the defective light bulb should be
replaced as soon as possible.
Loud running noise
- Is the appliance standing firmly on the floor, or does the
compressor cause nearby items of furniture or objects to
vibrate? If necessary, move the appliance slightly, align by
adjusting the adjustable feet, or move bottles and containers apart.
- Burbling noises are normal. These are caused by the refrigerant flowing round the refrigerant circuit.
A short clicking sound: This will be heard whenever
the refrigeration unit (the motor) switches on or off automatically.
Motor noise: This will be slightly louder for a brief period
when the refrigeration unit switches on.
Temperature is not cold enough
- Is the temperature controller set correctly? (Set colder as
needed).
- Is the appliance door properly closed?
- Is there sufficient ventilation?
Unblock ventilation grill as needed.
- Is the ambient temperature too hot? (see “Conditions”
section)
- Has the appliance been open too often or for too long?
- Wait as needed, whether the required temparture has
been set on its own.
Customer service and type plate
If none of the above causes apply and you cannot
rectify the fault yourself, please contact your nearest
customer service department (see enclosed list
for addresses). State the type designation 1, service
number 2 and appliance number 3 as given on the type
plate, so as to ensure rapid, accurate servicing. The type
plate is located inside the appliance on the left-hand side.
W Clean the drain hole on the rear wall above the vegetable
bins often Fig. A, arrow.
If necessary, clean with a thin object, e.g. a cotton swab or
similar.
W Ensure that none of the wires or other components are
dislodged, bent or damaged.
W Then connect/switch on the appliance.
If the appliance is to be left switched off for any length of
time, empty the appliance, disconnect from the mains, clean
as described above and leave the door open so as to avoid
odours.
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* Depending on model and options
7 Instructions for installation and modification
Before reading, please fold out and refer to
the illustrated back page.
Changing over door hinges
Fig. T: You can change over the door hinges if necessary.
Follow the order of the positions illustrated in fig. T/T1.
Setup Dimensions
The appliance dimensions can be found on the fig S
below and in the following table.
Model
Nominal
width Appliance dimensions (mm)
a
c
c`
d
e
e`
g
h
K 2330
550
559
591
1129
628
660
614
1175
K 2734
550
559
591
1129
628
660
614
1420
K2734*
550
561
-
1127
629
-
614
1420
Insertion into row of kitchen units
Fig. U: The appliances can be installed in a row of kitchen
units. To adapt the height of the appliance to the surrounding
furniture a top unit 1 can be added.
A gap of at least 50 mm depth must be provided behind and
along the entire width of this unit so as to ensure sufficient
ventilation. The area of ventilation underneath the ceiling
should be at least 300 cm2. The greater the area the more
economically the appliance will run.
W When setting up the appliance next to a wall 4, a minimum distance of 50 mm must be provided on the hinge
side between the appliance and the wall.
1 top unit
2 refrigerator/freezer
3 kitchen unit side panel 4 wall
All types and models are subject to continuous improvement
and the manufacturer therefore reserves the right to make
modifications in the shape, equipment and technology.
* Depending on model and options
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