Dometic Waeco CRX-50 User Manual
CoolMatic CRX50, CRX65,
CRX80, CRX110
EN 36
Compressor refrigerator
Installation and Operating Manual
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Please read this instruction manual carefully before installation and
first use, and store it in a safe place. If you pass on the product to
another person, hand over this instruction manual along with it.
Table of contents
1
Explanation of symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
2
Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
3
Scope of delivery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
4
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
5
Intended use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
6
Technical description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
7
Installing and connecting the refrigerator. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
8
Using the refrigerator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
9
Cleaning and maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
10
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
11
Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
12
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
13
Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
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Explanation of symbols
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Explanation of symbols
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DANGER!
Safety instruction: Failure to observe this instruction will cause
fatal or serious injury.
WARNING!
Safety instruction: Failure to observe this instruction can cause
fatal or serious injury.
CAUTION!
Safety instruction: Failure to observe this instruction can lead to
injury.
NOTICE!
Failure to observe this instruction can cause material damage and
impair the function of the product.
NOTE
Supplementary information for operating the product.
➤ Action: This symbol indicates that action is required on your part. The
required action is described step-by-step.
✓ This symbol describes the result of an action.
Fig. 1 5, page 3: This refers to an element in an illustration. In this case,
item 5 in figure 1 on page 3.
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Safety instructions
The manufacturer accepts no liability for damage in the following cases:
 Faulty assembly or connection
 Damage to the product resulting from mechanical influences and excess
voltage
 Alterations to the product without express permission from the manufacturer
 Use for purposes other than those described in the operating manual
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Safety instructions
2.1
General safety
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DANGER!
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 On boats: If the device is powered by the mains, ensure that the
power supply has a residual current circuit breaker.
WARNING!
 Have a qualified technician perform the installation in wet
rooms.
 Do not operate the device if it is visibly damaged.
 If this device's power cable is damaged, it must be replaced by
the manufacturer, customer service or a similarly qualified
person in order to prevent safety hazards.
 This device may only be repaired by qualified personnel.
Inadequate repairs may cause serious hazards.
 This device can be used by children aged 8 years or over, as
well as by persons with diminished physical, sensory or mental
capacities or a lack of experience and knowledge, providing
they are supervised, or have been taught how to use the device
safely and are aware of the resulting risks.
 Cleaning and user maintenance must not be carried out by
children without supervision.
 Children must be supervised to ensure that they do not play with
the device.
 Always keep and use the device out of the reach of children
under 8 years of age.
 Do not store any explosive substances, such as spray cans with
propellants, in the device.
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CAUTION!
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NOTICE!
 Danger of crushing! Do not put your fingers into the hinge.
 Foodstuff may only be stored in its original packaging or in suitable containers.
 Check that the voltage specification on the type plate is the
same as that of the power supply.
 Never pull the plug out of the socket by the connection cable.
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Safety instructions
 If the refrigerator is connected to the DC socket: Disconnect the
refrigerator and other electric consumers from the battery
before connecting the quick charging device.
 If the refrigerator is connected to the DC socket: Disconnect the
refrigerator or switch it off when you turn off the engine. Otherwise you may discharge the battery.
 The refrigerator is not suitable for storing substances which are
caustic or contain solvents.
 Keep the drainage outlet clean at all times.
 Do not open the refrigerant circuit under any circumstances.
 Never transport the device in a horizontal position, so that no oil
can leak out of the compressor.
 Make sure that the refrigerator circuit is not damaged during
transportation. The refrigerant in the refrigerator circuit is highly
flammable.
In the event of any damage to the refrigerator circuit:
– Avoid naked flames and sparks.
– Air the room well.
 Set up the device in a dry location where it is protected against
splashing water.
2.2
Operating the device safely
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DANGER!
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CAUTION!
 Do not touch exposed cables with your bare hands. This applies
especially when operating the device from the AC mains.
 Before starting the device, ensure that the power supply line
and the plug are dry.
 If you connect the device to a battery, make sure that no food
comes into contact with the battery acid.
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NOTICE!
 Do not use electrical devices inside the cooling device unless
they are recommended by the manufacturer for that purpose.
 Do not place it near naked flames or other heat sources
(heaters, direct sunlight, gas ovens etc.)
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Scope of delivery
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 Danger of overheating!
Always ensure sufficient ventilation so that the heat generated
during operation can dissipate. Make sure that the device is
sufficiently far away from walls and other objects so that the air
can circulate.
 Ensure that the ventilation vents are not covered.
 Do not fill the inner container with ice or fluid.
 Never immerse the appliance in water.
 Protect the appliance and the cable against heat and moisture.
 Make sure that foodstuffs do not touch the walls of the cooling
area.
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Scope of delivery
Quantity
Description
1
Refrigerator with shelves
1
Operating manual
4
Accessories
Available as accessories (not included in the scope of delivery):
Item no.
Description
Explanation
MPS 35
Rectifier
Transforms an input voltage of 100 to 240 Vw at
12 Vg or 24 Vg, so that the refrigerator can be
connected to an AC power supply.
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Intended use
The refrigerator is suitable for cooling and freezing foodstuffs.
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5
CAUTION! Health hazard!
Please check if the cooling capacity of the device is suitable for
storing the food or medicine you wish to cool.
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Technical description
The refrigerator is only suitable for installation in a fitted niche. Once it is
installed, only the front of the appliance may be accessible.
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Technical description
The WAECO CoolMatic CRX series cooling appliances can cool products
and keep them cool. Products can be deep-frozen in the freezer compartment. If the refrigerator is operated without a freezer compartment, frozen
products can be stored in the short term using the fast-cooling function.
All materials used in the refrigerator are compatible for use with foodstuffs.
The refrigerant circuit is maintenance-free.
The device is suitable for use with a DC voltage of 12 V or 24 V (e.g. in
camper vans, caravans or on boats).
With a rectifier (accessory), the 12 V and 24 V refrigerators can be operated
on an AC mains network:
 Rectifier MPS35: for use with a 100 – 240 V supply
When used on boats the refrigerator can be subjected to a constant inclination of 30°.
CRX50, CRX65, CRX80:
The temperature is set using the control panel on the inside left of the refrigerator. Four temperature ranges from +3 °C to +12 °C, and a fast-cooling
function, are available for selection.
CRX110:
The temperature is set using a thermostat on the inside left of the refrigerator.
Five temperature ranges from +3 °C to +12 °C, and a winter mode, are available for selection.
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Technical description
6.1
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Control elements inside the fridge
The various types of refrigerators are shown in the following illustrations:
 CRX50: fig. 1, page 3
 CRX65: fig. 2, page 3
 CRX80: fig. 3, page 4
 CRX110: fig. 4, page 4
No.
6.2
1
Freezer compartment (detachable: CRX50, CRX65, CRX80
only)
2
Control panel
3
Wire shelf (folding, so that bottles can be put in the fridge)
4
Shelf
5
Fruit compartment
6
Bottle restraint
(to hold bottles in the door)
7
Compartment with lid (hinged)
Control elements
No. in fig. 5,
page 5, fig. 6,
page 5
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Explanation
Explanation
1
IR sensor for switching the interior light
2
LED Service display
3
LED Green: Compressor is running
Orange: Compressor is off
4
On/off button
5
Inner lighting
6
Temperature selection button
7
LED: Fast cooling function on (CRX50, CRX65, CRX80)
LED: Winter mode on (CRX110)
8
LEDs: Temperature levels 1 to 4
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Installing and connecting the refrigerator
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Installing and connecting the
refrigerator
7.1
Safety instructions for installation on boats
Please note the following instructions for installation on boats:
D
A
DANGER!
If the appliance is powered by the mains, ensure that the voltage
supply has a residual current circuit breaker.
7.2
Installing the refrigerator
NOTICE!
 The device can be tilted sideways up to 30°. When setting up
the refrigerator, note that it must be fastened to take account
of this. If you have any questions regarding installation, consult
your specialist dealer.
 Install the refrigerator so that the warm air produced can easily
flow away (either upwards or to the sides, fig. 7, page 6).
 The appliance is designed for ambient temperatures between
+16 °C and +43 °C.
Observe the following when installing the refrigerator:
 Install the refrigerator so that the warm air produced can easily flow away
(either upwards or to the sides, fig. 7, page 6).
Key for fig. 7, page 6
No.
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Explanation
1
Cold intake air
2
Hot waste air
3
Condenser
4
Spacing above the refrigerator if there is not sufficient air to circulate above or at the side.
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 Keep objects clear of openings in the housing or installation structure
(such as ventilation slots, etc.).
 Condensate is produced when the refrigerator is operating normally. You
can either wipe up the condensate in regular intervals, or drain it through
an outlet in the rear of the refrigerator.
Proceed as follows to install the refrigerator:
➤ If you wish to drain the condensate through a hose:
Remove the drain plug (fig. 8 1, page 6).
➤ Connect a hose with an inside diameter of 10 mm to the outlet port
(fig. 8 2, page 6).
➤ Undo the transport lock (chapter “Releasing the lock” on page 50).
➤ Open the refrigerator door.
➤ Remove the blanking plugs (fig. 9 2, page 7).
➤ Push the refrigerator into the recess.
➤ Fix the refrigerator in place using suitable screws (fig. 9 1, page 7).
➤ Press the blanking plugs (fig. 9 2, page 7) into the openings.
7.3
Changing the door hinge
You can also change the hinge of the door, so that it opens to the left rather
than the right.
➤ Proceed as shown in fig. a, page 8 to fig. b, page 8, to change the
hinges.
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7.4
Installing and connecting the refrigerator
Connecting the refrigerator
Connecting the refrigerator to DC voltage
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NOTICE!
 To avoid voltage drops and loss of performance, keep the connection cable as short as possible and not be interrupted.
Therefore avoid additional switches, plugs or power strips.
 Disconnect the cooling device and other electric consumers
from the battery before you connect the battery to a quick
charging device. Overvoltage can damage the electronics of
the device.
The refrigerator can be operated with a 12 V or a 24 V DC voltage supply.
For safety reasons, the refrigerator is equipped with an electronic system to
prevent the polarity being reversed. This protects the refrigerator against
reversed polarity when connecting to a battery and against short circuiting.
To protect the battery, the refrigerator switches off automatically if the voltage
is insufficient (see table below).
12 V
24 V
Cut-off voltage
10.4 V
22.8 V
Cut-in voltage
11.7 V
24.2 V
➤ Determine the required cross section of the cable in relation to the cable
length according to fig. c, page 8.
Key for fig. c, page 8:
Coordinate axis
l
∅
A
Meaning
Unit
Cable length
m
Cable cross section
mm²
NOTICE!
Make sure the polarity is correct.
➤ Before starting up the device for the first time, check whether the operating voltage and the battery voltage match (see type plate).
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➤ Connect your refrigerator to a plug socket which is fuse-protected with at
least 15 A (at 12 V) or 7.5 A (at 24 V) (fig. d 1, page 9).
➤ Connect the red cable (fig. d rt, page 9) to the positive terminal of the
battery.
➤ Connect the black cable (fig. d sw, page 9) to the negative terminal of
the battery.
Connecting the refrigerator to AC voltage
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DANGER! mortal danger!
 Never handle plugs and switches with wet hands or if you are
standing on a wet surface.
 If you are operating your refrigerator on board a boat with an
AC mains connection using a shore connection, you must
install a residual current circuit breaker between the AC mains
supply and the refrigerator.
Seek advice from a trained technician.
You can connect the refrigerator to 100 – 240 Vw AC power if you use the
MPS 35 rectifier (accessory).
The MPS 35 rectifier features a priority circuit which conserves the battery
connected. When a 100 – 240 Vw mains connection is used, the rectifier
automatically switches from battery to mains operation.
When disconnected from the 100 – 240 Vw mains supply, the rectifier automatically switches back to battery operation. Mains operation via the rectifier
always takes priority over battery operation.
Proceed as follows when you connect the refrigerator to the AC supply:
➤ Attach the rectifier on the back of the refrigerator.
➤ Connect the rectifier as shown in fig. e, page 9.
➤ Connect the refrigerator to the rectifier (fig. e 2, page 9):
– Red cable: positive battery terminal
– Black cable: negative battery terminal
➤ Plug the connector into the AC socket (fig. e 1, page 9).
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Using the refrigerator
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Using the refrigerator
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NOTE
 Before starting your new refrigerator for the first time, you
should clean it inside and outside with a damp cloth for
hygienic reasons (please also refer to the chapter “Cleaning
and maintenance” on page 51).
 Do not use force to press the flap of the freezer.
 Do not pull out the dividing wall if there is ice in the freezer.
 Do not remove the panel sticker when operating the
refrigerator.
8.1
Energy saving tips
 Choose a well ventilated location which is protected from direct sunlight.
 Allow hot food to cool down first before you put it in the refrigerator.
 Do not open the refrigerator more often than necessary. If the door is left
open for more than 5 minutes, the light starts to flash.
 Do not leave the door open for longer than necessary.
 Defrost your refrigerator as soon as a layer of ice forms.
 Avoid unnecessarily low temperature settings.
 Clean dust and dirt from the condenser at regular intervals.
8.2
Using the refrigerator
A
NOTICE!
 Do not place any electrical devices inside the cooler. The only
exceptions are devices approved for the purpose by the manufacturer.
 Ensure that food or liquids in glass containers are not excessively refrigerated. Liquids expand when they freeze and can
therefore destroy glass containers.
 Food may only be stored in its original packaging or in suitable
containers.
 Make sure that you only put items in the cooler which may be
kept at the selected temperature.
The fridge conserves fresh foodstuffs. You can also conserve frozen foodstuffs in the freezer compartment and freeze fresh foodstuffs.
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➤ Switch the refrigerator on by pressing the on/off button.
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NOTE
After switching on, the refrigerator needs some time before the
compressor starts up.
Setting the temperature
➤ Press the temperature selection button to set the temperature to one of
four levels between “cool” and “very cold”.
The number of LEDs which light up above the temperature selection button indicate the temperature range:
– 1 = cool
– …
– 4 = very cold
➤ Press the temperature selection button again to switch from level 4 to
level 1.
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NOTE
The cooling performance can be affected by:
 The ambient temperature
 The amount of food to be conserved
 The frequency with which the door is opened.
If the ambient temperature is at 16 °C – 20 °C, set the refrigerator
to at least level 2.
Setting the fast cooling function (CRX50, CRX65, CRX80 only)
A
NOTICE!
 Only use the fast-cooling function when the removable freezer
compartment is not being used. Otherwise there is a risk that
the freezer compartment becomes too cold and condensate
cannot be prevented from forming on the outside of the refrigerator. The energy consumption will also increase dramatically.
 Note that bottles and other containers can burst when frozen.
 Note that it is difficult to open the refrigerator directly after closing it.
The option of operating the refrigerator using a fast-cooling function allows
temperatures suitable for freezing foods to be reached.
➤ Press the temperature selection button for longer than 3 seconds.
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✓ The LED above the temperature selection button lights up.
➤ Press the temperature selection button again for longer than 3 seconds to
operate the refrigerator in normal mode.
Setting the winter mode (CRX110 only)
The winter mode ensures optimum operation at ambient temperature of
below 16 °C:
➤ Press the temperature selection button for longer than 3 seconds.
✓ The refrigerator switches to winter mode and the LED lights up above the
temperature selection button.
➤ Press the temperature selection button again for longer than 3 seconds to
operate the refrigerator in normal mode.
Conserving foodstuffs
A
NOTICE!
 Do not conserve warm foodstuffs in the refrigerator.
 Do not place glass containers containing liquid in the freezer
compartment.
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NOTE
Food which can easily absorb tastes and odours, as well as
liquids and products with a high alcohol content, should be conserved in air-tight containers.
You can conserve foodstuffs in the refrigerator. The time for which the food
can be conserved in this way is usually stated on the package.
The refrigerator is divided in different zones with different temperatures:
 The colder zones are immediately above the drawers for fruit and vegetables, near the back wall.
 Observe the temperature information and best before date on the food
packaging.
 Observe the following when using the refrigerator:
– Never re-freeze products which have started defrosting or have been
defrosted; consume them as soon as possible.
– Wrap food in aluminium foil or cling film and shut in a suitable box with
a lid. This ensures that aromas, the shape and the freshness will be
better conserved.
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Defrosting the refrigerator
The appliance has two options to remove the condensation resulting from
operation:
 pass it directly outside:
Remove the drain plug (fig. 8 1, page 6).
Connect a hose with an inside diameter of 10 mm to the outlet port
(fig. 8 2, page 6).
 Wiping it up occasionally:
Wipe the condensate up when necessary.
Defrosting the freezer
A
NOTICE!
Never use mechanical tools to remove ice or to loosen objects
stuck to the device. The only exceptions are devices approved for
the purpose by the manufacturer.
This is how to defrost the refrigerator:
➤ Empty the contents.
➤ If necessary, put them in another cooling device to keep them chilled.
➤ Press the on/off button until the refrigerator switches off.
➤ Close the door properly.
8.3
Releasing the lock
A
NOTICE!
Only adjust the locking mechanism when the door is open. If you
use it with the door closed, you will damage the device.
The refrigerator has a locking mechanism (fig. f 1, page 9) which is also
used to protect it during transport. The following settings are possible:
 Lock (turn wheel clockwise to the end stop): the door is locked and
secured.
To open the door, lift the handle up and open it.
 Vent (turn wheel anti-clockwise to the end stop): The door is slightly open,
but fixed in position.
Use this position if you are not going to use the unit for a long time.
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8.4
Cleaning and maintenance
Switching off and storing the refrigerator
If you do not intend to use the refrigerator for a long time, proceed as follows:
➤ Press the on/off button until the refrigerator switches off.
➤ Disconnect the connection cable from the battery or disconnect the plug
on the AC cable plug from the rectifier.
➤ Clean the refrigerator (see chapter “Cleaning and maintenance” on
page 51).
➤ Turn the locking wheel (fig. f 1, page 9) anti-clockwise to the end stop
(“Vent”).
➤ Close the door until it latches in.
✓ The door stays open thus preventing smells from arising.
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Cleaning and maintenance
A
NOTICE!
 Do not use abrasive cleaning agents or hard objects during
cleaning as these can damage the refrigerator.
 Do not use hard or pointed tools to speed up the defrosting
process.
➤ Clean the refrigerator regularly and as soon as it becomes dirty with a
damp cloth.
➤ Make sure that no water drips into the seals. This can damage the electronics.
➤ Wipe the refrigerator dry with a cloth after cleaning.
➤ Clean dust and dirt from the condenser at regular intervals.
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Warranty
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Warranty
The statutory warranty period applies. If the product is defective, please
contact the manufacturer's branch in your country (see the back of the
instruction manual for the addresses) or your retailer.
For repair and guarantee processing, please include the following documents when you send in the device:
 A copy of the receipt with purchasing date
 A reason for the claim or description of the fault
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Disposal
!
WARNING! Children beware!
Before disposing of your old refrigerator:
 Take off the doors.
 Leave storage surfaces in the refrigerator so that children cannot climb inside.
➤ Place the packaging material in the appropriate recycling waste bins
wherever possible.
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If you wish to finally dispose of the product, ask your local recycling
centre or specialist dealer for details about how to do this in
accordance with the applicable disposal regulations.
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
The significance of the red LED (fig. 5 2, page 5, fig. 6 2, page 5)
For operational faults it illuminates several times. The number of pulses
depends on the type of fault.
Each flash lasts for one quarter of a second. After the series of impulses a
pause follows. The sequence for the fault is repeated every four seconds.
Number of
flashes
Fault
Possible cause
1
Line Voltage
The supply voltage is outside of the set range.
2
Excessive fan current
The fan load on the electronics unit is more
than 1 A.
3
The motor doesn't start
The rotor is jammed.
The pressure difference in the cooling system
is too high (> 5 bar).
4
Speed too low
If the cooling system is overloaded, the minimum speed of the motor of 1,850 rpm cannot
be maintained.
5
Overheating of the electronics unit
If the cooling system is loaded too heavily or
the temperature is set too high, the electronics
can overheat.
Constantly
NTC errors
NTC is defective.
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Troubleshooting
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Compressor does not run (battery connection)
Problem
Possible cause
Remedy
UKL = 0 V
There is an interruption in the battery–electronics connection
Establish a connection
Main switch faulty (if installed)
Replace the main switch
Additional supply line fuse has blown
(if installed)
Replace the supply line
fuse
UKL ≤ UON
Battery voltage is too low
Charge the battery
Start attempt with
UKL ≤ UOFF
Loose cables
Establish a connection
Start attempt with
UKL ≥ UON
Electric circuit between
the pins in the compressor interrupted
Poor contact (corrosion)
Battery capacity too low
Replacing the battery
Cable cross section too small
Replace the cable
(fig. c, page 8)
Ambient temperature too high
–
Insufficient ventilation
Move the refrigerator to
another location
Condenser is dirty
Clean the condenser
Defective compressor
Replace the compressor
UKL
Voltage between the positive and negative terminals of the electronics
UON
Cut-in voltage of the electronics
UOFF Cut-off voltage of the electronics
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CoolMatic
Troubleshooting
Compressor is not running (connected to AC supply)
Problem
Possible cause
Remedy
No voltage
Connection supply line interrupted
Establish a connection
Main switch faulty (if installed)
Replace the main switch
Additional supply line fuse has blown
(if installed)
Replace the supply line
fuse
Ambient temperature too high
–
Insufficient ventilation
Move the refrigerator to
another location
Condenser is dirty
Clean the condenser
Defective compressor
Replace the compressor
Voltage is present but
the compressor doesn't
run
Electric circuit between
the pins in the compressor interrupted
Poor cooling, increase in interior temperature
Problem
Possible cause
Remedy
Compressor runs for a
long time/continuously
Ambient temperature too high
–
Insufficient ventilation
Move the refrigerator to
another location
Condenser is dirty
Clean the condenser
Faulty fan
Replace the fan
Battery capacity exhausted
Charge the battery
Problem
Possible cause
Remedy
Loud humming
A component of the refrigerant circuit Bend the component
cannot move freely (touching the wall) carefully away from the
obstruction
Compressor does not
run often
Unusual noises
EN
There is a foreign object stuck
between the cooling unit and the wall
Remove the foreign object
Fan noise
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Technical data
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CoolMatic
Technical data
CRX50
CRX65
CRX80
Refrigerator compartment capacity:
41.2 l
50 l
70.6 l
Freezer compartment capacity:
4.4 l
7.0 l
7.5 l
Capacity:
45 l
57 l
78 l
Voltage:
12 Vg or 24 Vg
Rated current
12 Vg:
24 Vg:
5.0 A
2.6 A
5.5 A
2.8 A
5.6 A
2.9 A
Cooling temperature range
Refrigerator:
3 °C to +12 °C
Freezer:
–15 °C to –5 °C
Fast cooling (without dividing wall)
maximum –6 °C ± 2 °C
Climatic class:
T
Relative humidity:
Max. 90 %
Constant inclination:
maximum 30°
Max. pressure:
LP 11 bar/HP 25 bar
Propellant:
C5H10
Refrigerant:
R134a
Refrigerant quantity:
Dimensions:
Weight:
Inspection/certification:
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38 g
42 g
48 g
fig. g,
page 10
fig. h,
page 10
fig. i,
page 10
17 kg
19 kg
21 kg
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Technical data
CRX110
Refrigerator compartment capacity:
98 l
Freezer compartment capacity:
9.5 l
Capacity:
107.5 l
Voltage:
12 Vg or 24 Vg
Rated current
12 Vg:
24 Vg:
6.2 A
3.0 A
Cooling temperature range
Refrigerator:
3 °C to +12 °C
Freezer:
–18 °C to –6 °C
Climatic class:
T
Relative humidity:
Constant inclination:
Max. pressure:
Max. 90 %
maximum 30°
LP 11 bar/HP 25 bar
Propellant:
C5H10
Refrigerant:
R134a
Refrigerant quantity:
Dimensions:
fig. j, page 11
Weight:
27.6 kg
Inspection/certification:
EN
47 g
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PORTUGAL
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Mail: info@dometic.ru
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Dometic (Pty) Ltd.
Regional Office
South Africa & Sub-Saharan Africa
Unit 6-7 on Mastiff Linbro Park
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 +27 11 4504978
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SPAIN
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E-28691 Villanueva de la Cañada
Madrid
 +34 902 111 042
 +34 900 100 245
Mail: info@dometic.es
SWEDEN
Dometic Scandinavia AB
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 +46 31 7341100
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SWITZERLAND
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UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
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