Fridge Freezer – Panasonic NR-B32FW2-WB

Fridge Freezer – Panasonic NR-B32FW2-WB
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Operating Instructions
Refrigerator-Freezer
(Household use)
Model No.
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NR-B32FX2
NR-832FW2
English
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Thank you for purchasing this Panasonic product.
Please read these instructions carefully before using this
product. Please keep this manual for future reference.
Included installation Instructions.
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Caring for the environment ........................................... 2
Safety instructions ......................................................... 3
Installation....................................................................... 5
Parts ................................................................................. 7
Control panel .................................................................. 8
Setting the temperature ................................................. 9
Using the handy functions .......................................... 10
Features and functions ................................................ 11
User alert functions ...................................................... 11
Making ice cubes .......................................................... 12
Removing and attaching shelves................................ 12
Care and Cleaning instructions .................................. 13
FAQs .............................................................................. 15
Specifications ............................................................... 17
Disposing of the packaging
Please recycle where possible (e.g. cardboard, plastic bags, adhesive tape and polystyrene) and
make sure you dispose of all other packing materials safely.
Keep the packaging out of the reach of babies and young children, to avoid injury or suffocation.
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Information on Disposal for Users of Waste Electrical & Electronic
Equipment (private households)
This symbol on the products and/or accompanying documents means that used electrical and electronic
products should not be mixed with general household waste.
For proper treabnent, recovery and recyding, please take these products to designated collection points,
where they will be accepted on afree of charge basis. Alternatively, in some countries you may be able to
return your products to your local retailer upon the purchase of an equivalent new product
Disposing of this product correctly will help to save valuable resources and prevent any potential negative
effects on human health and the environment which could otherwise arise from inappropriate waste
handling. Please contact your local authority for further details of your nearest designated collection point
Penalties may be applicable for incorrect disposal of this waste, in accordance with national legislation.
For business users in the European Union
If you wish to discard electrical and electronic equipment, please contact your dealer or supplier for further
information.
Information on Disposal in other Countries outside the European Union
This symbol is only valid in the European Union.
If you wish to discard this product, please contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct
method of disposal.
Before disposing of your old appliance
Please follow either the disposal instructions from the manufacturer of the old appliance, or local disposal
regulations for the appliance. Where this is not available, please follow the three step instructions below.
1. Remove the mains plug from the socket.
2. Cut the mains lead off, and safely dispose of it with the mains plug still attached.
3. Until the old appliance is collected, or you take it to a Recycling Centre, make sure ifs out the
reach of small children.
• Remove all sealing materials from the door and leave all the shelves and drawers in place.
This way, children are less likely to climb in and become trapped.
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This section explains how to install your appliance for the most energy-efficient, safe and quiet operation.
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Dimensions
W601 X 0648 X H1898 (mm)
Unpacking your appliance
Remove all packaging and tape.
Choosing the right location
IVentilation
As the appliance gives off heat during operation, it should be installed
in a well-ventilated, dry room with plenty of space above and behind it,
as shown in Figure 1.
If you can hear it vibrating, it needs more space.
ITemperature
The room temperature affects the refrigerator's energy-efficiency, i.e.
how much electricity it uses to chill and freeze foods.
For the best results, install your refrigerator.
• away from direct sunlight
• away from radiators, cookers or other heat sources
• where the room temperature corresponds to the climate classification
for which the appliance is designed. Refer to the Specifications
Section for your appliance's climate classification.
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ILevel
Install on a level floor thafs strong enough to support a fully loaded
refrigerator.
You can adjust the level of the refrigerator by screwing or unscrewing
the two adjustable front legs as shown in Figure 2.
This prevents vibration and noise.
If the appliance is to stand on a carpeted or vinyl floor, put a solid board
underneath it first This will protecl your floor against possible colour
change due to heat given off by the appliance.
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IRefrigerator door
The refrigerator's door hinges can be swapped over,
from the right side to !lie left, so that the doors open in
WARNING the opposite direction. If this is more convenient in your
home, please contact our service centre listed on the
attached sheet or access to our Web site
(http://panasonic.net).
We could not be held responsible if you replace the
hinges by yourself.
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Installing the spacers
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Spacers
lnstalllhe spacers on the back panel of the refrigerator to ensure the minimum
amount of space required to allow the heat generated by the refrigerator.
Attach to the bac.k panel of the refrigerator after '~·*y"
removing the double-sided tape's release liner.
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Cleaning
After installation. wipe the appliance clean with warm water.
Connecting the mains plug to the household mains socket
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You can connect the mains plug immediately after installation.
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When the mains plug is connected to the household mains socket, the temperature display starts
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The temperatures displayed at this time are not the actual temperatures.
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Zone reaches 8 ·c. the temperature display stops flashing and lights, and it shows the actual
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It takes about half a day to reach the set temperatures (when the room temperature is around
32 ·c. there is no food inside the refrigerator, and the doors are closed).
The actual temperatures may not be displayed for a while after the temperature display stops
flashing.
Place food inside the refrigerator only after confirming that the refrigerator compartment has been cooled.
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Notes:
• Cooling may take longer in the summer months or at other times when the room temperature is higher.
• While the temperature display is flashing, the alarm sounds to warn that the temperature has risen. The alarm can be
turned off by pressing
• If you need to unplug the refrigerator, wait at least 10 minutes before you plug it back in again. If not you might damage
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Ambient room temperature
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You'll find your refrigerator's climate classification on the rating plate in the left side of the refrigerator compartment. It
shows the room temperature the appliance is designed to work in.
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+16"C to 38"C
+16"C to 43"C
For saving energy
1. Install the refrigerator in a dry, cool and well-ventilated location. The colder the ambient temperature, the better the
efficiency. (Please refer to Page 5 for dimensions and clearance)
2. The combination of drawers and shelves that result in the largest in volume and the most efficient use of energy for the
refrigerator.
• Remove all drawers in the freezer.
• Attach the drawers and shelves in the refrigerator to the positions illustrated on the section of 'Parts" (P.7).
3. Do not over fill the refrigerator to allow the air to circulate.
4. Open the doors only when necessary and as briefly as possible.
5. Occasionally clean the ventilation openings at the bottom of the refrigerator with a vacuum cleaner, etc.
(Take care not to damage the refrigerant pipe inside the cover)
6. When setting to 'Super Freeze Mode", power consumption will be increased.
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Parts
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The illustration below is based on model NR-B32FX2, and may be slightly different to your rehigerator.
LED light
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Hygiene active LED
Glass shelves
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the fifth from the top.
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Cooling power of the refrigerator is indicated here.
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Fridge temperature
Freezer temperature
Vitamin-Safe Zone temperature
Vitamin-Safe Mode
Super Freeze Mode
Hygiene Active Mode
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Control area
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Notes:
• Normally the panel displays are off. Displays appear when the buttons are operated, or the doors are opened.
• The displayed temperature may differ from the actual temperature.
• This refrigerator uses a microprocessor to control the temperature.
The temperature inside the refrigerator varies depending on such factors as changes in the room temperature, the
speed at which the compressor is operating, how frequently the doors are opened and closed, and how much food is
stored inside and how it is stored.
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The temperatures of the fridge, freezer and Vitamin-Safe Zone can be changed.
At the time of purchase, the temperatures are set as shown below.
Fridge: 4 ·c
Freezer: -20 ·c
Vitamin-Safe Zone: 5 ·c
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The control panel lights up, the temperature inside the refrigerator is displayed.
f) The temperature display starts flashing, indicating that the temperatures can be set.
E) The temperature set for the fridge starts flashing.
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Each time the button is pressed, the flashing display changes by one step in the sequence of fridge, freezer
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Adjust the temperature.
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to raise the temperature and
to lower it.
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The display stops flashing and lights up, indicating that the temperatures are now set.
• Approximately 30 seconds later, the control panel goes off.
Note:
• The display in 0 is restored if no operations are performed for 5 or so seconds during the setting process.
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Set the temperature for the inside of the fridge.
Any temperature within the range from 1 •c to 7 •c can be set
Notes:
• When the temperature is set at 1 •c for a prolonged period, some food may freeze.
• In Holiday Mode, the temperature is not displayed, and the temperature cannot be set
• In Eco Mode, the temperature cannot be set either.
Set the temperature for the inside of the freezer.
Any temperature within the range from -17 •c to -25 •c can be set
Note:
• In Eco Mode, the temperature cannot be set
VItamin-Safe Zone Set the temperature of the Vitamin-Safe Zone.
Any temperature within the range from 0 •c to 5 •c can be set
Notes:
• When the temperature is set between 0 •c and 1 •c for a prolonged period, some food may freeze.
• In Eco Mode, the temperature cannot be set either.
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This refrigerator comes with a number of useful functions for specific applications.
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The control panel lights up.
The function display starts flashing, indicating that the functions can be sel
Q " Vitamin-Safe " starts flashing.
8 Select the function to be used.
0 The display corresponding to the selected function stops flashing and lights up, indicating that the function
is set.
Each time the button is pressed, the display switches from "on" to "off'.
On: The function is set
Off: The function is released.
• Approximately 30 seconds later, the control panel goes off.
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Notes:
• The display in 0 is restored if no operations are performed for 5 or so seconds during the setting process.
• If the temperature display is flashing, wait about 5 seconds for the display to light up before proceeding with the
operations above.
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VItamin-Safe Mode Setting this mode helps to protect the vitamin C contained in vegetables and fruit The blue and
1 Vitamin-Safe 1 green LED lights of the Vrtamin-Safe Zone are lit
Super Freeze
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Hygiene
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Eco Mode
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Lock
In this mode, the freezer can be cooled rapidly, enabling the fresh foods, etc. which are placed there
to be frozen.
The Super Freeze Mode is automatically released after about 50 hours.
Notes:
• When Super Freeze Mode is set. the temperature inside the freezer may drop below the set temperature.
• The compressor operates at high speed.
• When Super Freeze Mode is selected while Eco Mode is set, the Eco Mode is temporarily overridden.
When the Super Freeze Mode ends, the refrigerator returns to Eco Mode.
• The effect on the stored food can be reduced if setting Super Freeze Mode several hours before storing
the food in the freezer compartment.
• The following items are recommended in order to exert the maximum freezing capacity.
<D Set Super Freeze Mode 24 hours before storing the food.
® If you wish to store a large amount of food, remove all the drawers in the freezer and place the
food directly on the glass shelf or the floor of the freezer.
(A bigger freezing capacity can be exerted if placing the food directly on the second glass shelf
from the top.)
• The maximum freezing capacity within 24 hours is written in the rating label.
The hygiene active LED comes on, and food is protected from bacteria and odours.
Note:
• When food with strong odours are to be stored, wrap it in plastic food wrap or place it inside a
tightly sealed container. Otherwise, odours may be left in the fridge even if the Hygiene Active
Mode has been set.
Set this mode when the fridge is not going to be used for a prolonged period such as during a long
vacation or when only the freezer is to be used.
In this mode, the fridge temperature is not displayed and the LED lights are off.
Notes:
• Before using the Holiday Mode, empty out the fridge, and close its door.
• For hygiene reason, the temperature inside the fridge is kept at about 15 •c while Holiday Mode is set.
• The freezer is cooled in the usual way.
Set this mode when the freezer is not going to be used much such as during the winter months or at
night.
Note:
• The Eco Mode cannot be set while Super Freeze Mode is set
The buttons on the control panel can be locked. When the Child Lock is set, ' Lock " is displayed on
the control panel.
To release this mode, hold down
on the control panel for at least 3 seconds.
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The following user alert functions are activated when a door has been left ajar for a prolonged period of time or when the
temperature inside the refrigerator has risen.
Door ajar
Continuous for 1 minute
Continuous for 3 minutes
Continuous for 5 minutes
Temperature display
Blinks
Blinks
Blinks*
Alarm
Sounds once
Sounds twice
Sounds continuously
LED light
Blinks once
Blinks twice
Blinks continuously
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Sounds continuously
Normal operation
*Blinks for 30 seconds every 30 minutes.
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Open the freezer, pull out the upper drawer and take out the ice tray. Open the ice tray lid and fill water in the ice tray to
the water level line. Then close the lid and place back the ice tray.
When ice cubes are ready, pull out the upper drawer and take out the ice tray. Open the lid and slightly twist the ice tray
by holding its two sides, the ice cubes will drop from the ice tray. Then, put the ice box back into its place.
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Refrigerator drawer
Door shelf, sealed box
PuR the drawer towards you,lift the and bottle shelf
front slighUy and pull it out.
Lift it slighUy and then
remove H.
Slide the shelf horizontally.
Fruit and vegetables drawer
Pull out the drawer, hold the front part and lift it up diagonally, and remove it
Humidity control plate
Pull the vegetable drawer towards you.
Then pull the plate of the humidity control
plate towards you.
To put the drawer back, press it down until it fits
into the hooks at all four comers.
If the case fails to engage in any of the hooks,
the case cannot slide in as it will hit the humidity
control plate.
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Door opening seal
If the seal gets dirty and damaged, cold air is more likely
to leak.
Wipe away any dirt and liquid before it builds up.
Each year, unplug your refrigerator, remove the shelves and give them a
thorough clean.
Parts you can wash with water
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Glass shelves
Door shelves
Bottleshelf
Sealed case door shelf
Egg tray
Refrigerator drawer
Note:
• Do not use abrasive cleaners such as Bicarbonate of
Soda, as they can damage the plastic.
• Vegetable drawer
• Fruit drawer
• Humidity control plate
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Freezer drawers
Icebox
lcetray
Ice tray cover
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Cleaning the control panel
The refrigerator's control panel is made of delicate materials. To protect its surfaces, do not clean it with solvent based
chemicals. Simply wipe it with a dry or slightly damp cloth.
Cleaning the outside of the refrigerator
Use a warm, damp, soft cloth to clean the outside of your refrigerator. For more stubborn marks, use a mild kitchen
detergent and wipe away with a soft damp cloth. Remove any remaining surface water with a dry doth.
Notes for cleaning
When cleaning inside or outside your refrigerator, do not use:
• alkaline detergents -they can crack plastic parts.
• grinding dust, soap powder; oil-based cleaners, hot water, brushes, acids, benzenes, solvents or alcohol-based
solutions -all can damage the refrigerator's surfaces and plastic parts.
Make sure you wipe off any stains from edible oils, which can also damage plastic parts.
Maintenance check
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• Is the mains lead damaged?
• Does the mains plug get hot?
• Is the mains plug firmly in the mains socket?
If the mains lead or LED lamp are damaged, please consult an authorized service centre. DO NOT
attempt to replace these items yourself.
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If you're not going to use the refrigerator for a long time, unplug it and clean the mains plug as
described above. Then leave the doors open for 2-3 days. This lets the interior dry out properly, and
prevents odour and the build up of mould.
Do not switch the refrigerator on and off repeatedly. It will last longer if you leave it switched on
during normal use.
WARNING
Extended disuse
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CAUTION
Before moving or transporting your refrigerator
<D Remove all items.
Drain cock
@ Unplug it
@ Raise the adjustable leg.
@) Pull, or 'walk' the refrigerator towards you.
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• Put a container underneath the drain cock, and slowly loosen it.
• Pierce the film on the outlet with a screwdriver or similar. Then drain the water.
(The next time you do this, simply loosen the drain cock.)
• After draining, make sure you tighten the drain cock to prevent future water
leaks.
Note:
• Do not carry the refrigerator by holding its doors.
Always transport the refrigerator in its normal upright position.
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Moving and transporting your refrigerator
At least two people are needed to carry the refrigerator safely.
<D Tighten the adjustable legs.
@ Hold the adjustable legs at one end, and comers at the
other, as shown.
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If you feel that the refrigerator is not working properly, check out the following points flrst
If the trouble persists, disconnect the mains plug and contact your dealer or an authorized service centre.
General
You hear unusual sounds from the • Has the refrigerator been installed on a sturdy and level floor?
refrigerator.
• Have sufficient clearances been provided around the refrigerator?
• Is anything vibrating on the top of the refrigerator?
• It's normal to hear some noises when the refrigerator starts or stops operation.
You hear a sound after the
compressor has shut down.
• This is normal, and is often caused by refrigerant flowing back to the
compressor.
You hear a sound after you have
opened or closed the door.
• This is normal, and is due to the difference in air pressure between the inside
and outside of the refrigerator.
You hear the sound of air or water • This is caused by refrigerant flowing the internal pipework.
flowing after you have opened
the door.
• This sound is heard while the fan for circulating the cold air is operating.
You hear a continuous whining
sound.
• Has Super Freeze Mode been set?
In the Super Freeze Mode, the fan for circulating the cold air runs at high
speed so it makes a loud noise.
• Has the food been packed too tightly together or is the room temperature high?
In cases like these, the fan for circulating the cold air runs at high speed so it
makes a loud noise.
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The compressor is quite loud.
• Has Super Freeze Mode been set?
In the Super Freeze Mode, the compressor runs at high speed so it makes a
loud noise.
• Has the food been packed too tightly together or is the room temperature high?
In cases like these, the compressor runs at high speed so ifs normal for the
compressor to be louder.
The compressor has been running • When the mains plug has been connected for the flrst time, the compressor
runs longer than usual in order to cool down the inside of the refrigerator until
for a long time.
the set temperatures are reached.
• Has Super Freeze Mode been set?
• Have the doors been opened and closed frequently? Are the doors completely
shut?
• Have the food items been packed too tightly together or is the room
temperature high?
• When many food items are placed in the refrigerator at one time, the
compressor will need to run for a longer period.
Condensation forms on the
outside of the refrigerator.
• Condensation may form when the humidity in the room is high and is normal.
Wipe it off using a dry cloth.
The outside of the refrigerator
feels hot to the touch.
• After the power of the refrigerator is turned on, the refrigerator may become
warm until the interior of the compartment is sufficiently cooled down. The
refrigerator may become warm even after the compartments have been cooled
down. This is due to the operation of the heat radiation pipe equipped on the
refrigerator for the purpose of preventing condensation, and is not malfunction.
The controls on the control panel
cannot be operated.
• Is the power to the refrigerator on?
• Has the Child Lock been set?
The LED light does not come on.
• Has Holiday Mode been set?
In Holiday Mode, the LED light of the fridge does not come on.
• Is the power to the refrigerator on?
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The alarm sounds, and the
• One or both of the refrigerator's doors have been left ajar. Close the doors.
temperature display of the control
panel and LED light flashes.
Fridge and freezer
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The fridge is not chilling (and the
freezer is not freezing).
• Is the power to the refrigerator on?
The fridge is not chilling (and
the freezer is not freezing)
satisfactorily.
• Is the set temperature too high?
• Is the refrigerator exposed to direct sunlight or positioned near a heating
appliance?
• Have sufficient clearances been provided around the refrigerator?
• Have the food items been packed too tightly together or is the room
temperature high?
• Have the doors been opened and closed frequently?
Are the doors completely shut?
• Has Holiday Mode been set?
• When warm food is put inside the refrigerator, the temperature will rise
temporarily.
• During the cold season or when the room temperature is low, it may feel as if
the refrigerator is not chilling.
There is a difference between
the set temperature and actual
temperature.
• Has Super Freeze Mode been set?
• When warm food is put inside the refrigerator, the temperature will rise
temporarily.
Food in the fridge freezes.
• Is the set temperature for the fridge too low?
• Has the food been placed at the back of the fridge?
The area near the back wall is where the temperatures are coldest so avoid
placing food which may freeze easily here.
Condensation forms in the fridge
and drawers.
• Condensation may form when the door has been opened and closed frequently
or when it has not been shut completely, or when the room humidity is high.
Wipe off the condensation using a dry cloth.
Condensation forms in the fruit
and vegetable drawers.
• The Vitamin-safe Zone maintains a high humidity to keep vegetables fresh.
Wipe off the condensation using a dry cloth.
It is hard to open the freezer door.
• The difference in air pressure between the inside and outside of the freezer
may sometimes make it hard to open the freezer door. Wait a few moments,
and then try opening the door.
It smells inside the refrigerator.
• Were any food items with strong odours sealed before they were placed in the
fridge?
Place the items inside a sealed container and store them or store them on the
sealed case door shelf.
• Odours may stick to the surfaces inside the refrigerator. Wipe the surfaces
using a soft cloth which has been dipped in lukewarm water.
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MODEL
NR-B32FX2-XE
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NR-B32FW2-WE
CATEGORY
NO FROST COMPARTMENTS
NR-B32FX2-XB
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TOTAL GROSS VOLUME
362 L
TOTAL NET VOLUME
315 L
NET FRIDGE VOLUME
179 L
NET VITAMIN-SAFE {CHILL) VOLUME
46L
NET FREEZER VOLUME
90 L
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82kg
RATED VOLTAGE
220V-230V
RATED FREQUENCY
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230V -240V
50 Hz
ENERGY CONSUMPTION
249 kWh/year"'
FREEZING CAPACITY
15 kg/24 h
NOISE LEVEL
36 dB
MAX STORAGE WITHOUT ELECTRICITY
16 hours
REFRIGERANT/CHARGE
R6ooano g
BLOWING AGENT
Cycle-Pentane
Notes:
., Permitted ambient temperature: 10 oc to 43 oc
"2 The energy consumption per year is based on the standard test results for 24 hours.
Actual energy consumption vary depending on how the appliance is used and where it is located.
When the doors are completely open
595mm
294mm
36mm
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NR-B32FW2-WB
601 mm x 648 mm x 1898 mm
NET WEIGHT
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co
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ALL COMPARTMENTS
CLIMATE CLASS
OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS
WIDTH x DEPTH x HEIGHT
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Panasonic Corporation
Website : http://panasonic.net/
Pursuant to the directive 2004/1 08/EC, article 9(2)
Panasonic Testing Centre
Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH
Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, Germany
©Panasonic Corporation 2011
Y0111-1011
AK-151101
Printed in P.R.C.
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