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KS290 / KS360 / KS390 / KS292 / KS362 / KS363 / KSD29 / KSD36
KS290 / KS360 / KS390 / KS292 / KS362
/ KS363 / KSD29 / KSD36 / KSD39
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Instructions for use
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Käyttöohje
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Congratulations on your new GRAM
refrigerator
Congratulations on your new refrigerator. The refrigerator was developed taking
the different storage requirements of food items into consideration. Some must
be stored cold - others require a little higher temperature. A few must be stored
separately so as not to impart flavour and odour to other items of food. Most items
of food require high air humidity in order to stay fresh.
To ensure that you get as much joy out of your new refrigerator as possible, it is
important that you become familiar with the refrigerator functions and know how to
use the accessories. Please read the instructions for use carefully before setting
up and using your refrigerator.
As these instructions apply to several refrigerator models, the equipment may vary
from model to model.
Before using the refrigerator
On receipt, check to ensure that the refrigerator has not become damaged in
transport. Transport damage should be reported to the local supplier before the
refrigerator is put to use.
Before filling the refrigerator with items of food, the refrigerator interior should be
cleaned with lukewarm water containing a mild detergent. Use a soft cloth. If the
refrigerator has been stored in cold surroundings (colder than +5°C), it must be
allowed to stabilise for at least 2 hours before being switched on.
Read more about setting up, building in, and installation on pages 13 and 14.
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Contents
Important information
Transporting and moving the refrigerator
If the refrigerator is to remain unused for a time
Old refrigerators
Disposal
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Product description
Using the refrigerator
Electronic control
Temperature regulation
Temperature inside the refrigerator
Function “QUICK REFRIGERATING”
Function “HOLIDAY”
Brief temperature variations
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Alarm
Alarm codes
Interrupting an alarm
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Using the refrigerator and accessories
Glass shelves
Bottle shelf
Vegetable drawers
Multi-boxes
Storage shelves in the door
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Defrosting and cleaning
Automatic defrosting
Manual defrosting
Cleaning
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Setting up and installation
Where to place the refrigerator
Electrical connection
Starting up the refrigerator
You can change the door from right-hinged to
left-hinged or vice versa yourself
Replacing the bulb
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GRAM Service
Spare parts
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only be opened from the outside. If you
have an old unit like this stored away
somewhere, or if you scrap it,
remember to destroy the latch to prevent
children from being exposed to danger
by getting locked inside the unit.
Note! Please also observe the
environmental rules on disposal.
The refrigerator contains the
environment-friendly, non-ozonedepleting refrigerant R600a. As R600
is a flammable gas, it is important to
avoid damage to the refrigeration
circuit during transport and installation.
If the refrigeration circuit is damaged,
avoid using naked flame in the vicinity
of the refrigerator and connecting
power to the refrigerator. Also make
sure that there is good ventilation in the
room. If you are in doubt, please
contact your supplier.
“HOLIDAY” function
This is the function of minimum energy
consumption necessary for cooling down
the refrigerator’s chamber. It prevents
from formation of bacteria and bad smells
inside the refrigerator’s chamber. During
this function the refrigerator operates
cyclically. Recommendation:
this function can be switched on for
a longer absence period provided
that the refrigerator’s chamber is
empty. When the function is
operating do not open the
refrigerator’s door. “Ho” indication is
shown on the display.
Transporting and moving
the refrigerator
The refrigerator must always be moved
in the vertical position. The cabinet must
not be tilted more than approx. 40°. If the
refrigerator has been tilted more than
40°, the power supply must not be
connected until the appliance has stood
upright for at least two hours.
If the refrigerator is not to
be used for some time
Disposal
If a refrigerator is to be disposed of, this
must be done in an environmentally
correct way, in accordance with current
rules on disposal.
Please observe the environmental rules
on disposal. There might be special
requirements/conditions to be observed.
Information on disposal can be
obtained from:
- Gram A/S
- Your white-goods supplier
- Authorities (the local council, Ministry
of the Environment, etc.)
If the refrigerator is to remain unused for
a time, switch it off by pressing button
O (2). Then disconnect the power
supply to the refrigerator and possibly
pull the plug out of the wall socket.
Empty, defrost and clean the
refrigerator. Leave the refrigerator door
slightly ajar. This will prevent bad
smells in the refrigerator.
Warning
Old refrigerators and freezers are often
fitted with complicated latches that can
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Product description
means that the refrigerator will run
best at a room temperature of +10°C to
+32°C.
The refrigerator is intended for use in a
normal household. It is designed for
temperature class SN in accordance
with European standard EN 153. This
Control panel
Halogen lamp
Glass shelves
Bottle shelf
Multi-boxes
Storage shelves
Halogen lamp
Rubber sealing strip
Condenser
Nameplate
Evaporation tray
Vegetable drawers
Compressor
Compressor compartment
Door handle
Adjustable feet
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Using the refrigerator
Electronic control
1.
Refrigerator’s ON switching
pushbutton
2. Refrigerator’s OFF switching
pushbutton
3. Green light-emitting LED signalling
that the refrigerator’s chamber has
been switched on
4. “COOL” pushbutton
5 Display showing the set temperature,
and alarm status codes
6,7 Pushbutton for displaying the real
temperature inside the refrigerator’s
chamber
8. Blue light-emitting LED signalling that
the super refrigerating function has
been switched on
9. “HOLIDAY” function ON/OFF switching
pushbutton
10. Function pushbutton for quick
refrigerating and adjustment of
display light.
The refrigerator is equipped with
electronic control. The control panel is
concealed behind the refrigerator door.
The refrigerator has been factory-set to
operate at optimum temperature, i.e.
+5°C. If you wish to change the preset
temperature, the new setting will be
stored in the electronic control. In case
of power failure, the control will
remember the latest setting when
power to the cabinet is restored.
The electronic control has
the following functions:
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ON/OFF switch function
Display of the real temperature inside
the refrigerator’s chamber
Setting the temperatures in the
refrigerator’s chamber
Automatic defrosting of the
refrigerator’s chamber
Quick refrigerating
“HOLIDAY” function
Adjustment of the display contrast
Acoustic and visual signalling of alarms
Visual signalling with use of LEDs of
switched on functions
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variations will not affect the food products
and the temperature will quickly return to the
set-point level.
The interior light switches on when the door
of the refrigerator’s chamber has been
opened. When the door remains open, the
interior light switches off after approximately
3 minutes. The display will show E4 alarm
and the acoustic alarm will be activated.
Switching ON/OFF the refrigerator
Switching ON the refrigerator: press and hold
the pushbutton (1). The operation of
switching on the refrigerator is signalled by
the green light-emitting LED (3), and the real
temperature inside the refrigerator’s chamber
shall be shown on the display.
Switching OFF the refrigerator: press and
hold the pushbutton (2).
Super refrigerating function
Temperature regulation
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the first pressing of the pushbuttons (10)
+ (4) switches on the blue light-emitting
LED (8) and activates quick cooling
down of the refrigerator’s chamber to
the temperature of approximately 1oC
(the continuous operation of the
compressor), after the temperature of
1oC has been reached the function
automatically disables and the
equipment switches into a normal cyclic
operation restoring the latest
temperature set for the refrigerator.
during the super refrigerating function
operation, the display shows “Sc”
indication,
the second pressing of the pushbuttons
(10) + (4), (during operation of the quick
refrigerating function), disables the
function and switches off the blue lightemitting LED (8).
It is recommended to switch on the quick
refrigerating function “Sc” before loading the
refrigerator’s chamber with a large quantity of the
fresh food products.
The temperature in the refrigerator’s chamber
can be set within the temperature range from
+2oC up to +9oC. When pressing and holding
the COOL pushbutton (4), the set
temperature shall be shown on the display.
When pressing the pushbutton s (6) or
pushbutton t (7) it is possible to modify
setting of the temperature inside the
refrigerator.
Every pressing of the pushbutton shall
activate a brief acoustic signal. In case of the
power supply failure or disconnecting the
power supply to the refrigerator, the control
will keep in the memory the latest settings
after the power supply has been restored.
Temperature inside the refrigerator
The temperature settings and temperature
values shown on the display are average
temperatures of the refrigerator. Do not
change the temperature setting simply
because it is warmer in summer.The increase
of the room temperature will be detected by
the sensor and the compressor will
automatically run for a longer time to maintain
the set temperature.
“HOLIDAY” function
This is the function of minimum energy
consumption necessary for cooling down the
refrigerator’s chamber. It prevents from
formation of bacteria and bad smells inside
the refrigerator’s chamber. During this
function the refrigerator operates cyclically.
Brief temperature variations
Brief temperature variations are normal and
may occur when for example the fresh food
products are stored in the refrigerator or when
the door is open for a longer time. These
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Recommendation:
this function can be switched on for a
longer absence period provided that the
refrigerator’s chamber is empty. When
the function is operating do not open
the refrigerator’s door. “Ho” indication is
shown on the display.
This function is restored by the control
memory after the power supply failure.
The “Ho” function is disabled by pressing
the pushbutton (9), “Ho” disappears from the
display and the refrigerator switches into the
latest set temperature.
It is recommended to switch off the “Ho”
function before loading the refrigerator’s
chamber with the food products.
Alarm codes
Display brightness adjustment
E4
E1 – temperature sensor fault in the
refrigerator’s chamber
E3 – evaporator sensor fault
E4 – door is open
E5 – too high temperature inside the
refrigerator’s chamber
E6 – too high temperature after the power
failure
E1 and E3
One of the temperature sensors has been
damaged. Call technical service. The builtin emergency program maintains the
admissible temperature until the fault will be
eliminated by the authorized technical
service.
The door of the refrigerator’s chamber has
been opened for more than 3 minutes. The
alarm code disappears when the door is
closed.
By pressing and holding the pushbutton (10)
and
pressing at the same time the
pushbutton
(6), the display
s
brightness increases,
pressing at the same time the
pushbutton
t (7), the display
brightness decreases.
When adjusting the display brightness, the
display shows the following indications:
1.8 – minimum brightness
2.8 – medium brightness
3.8 – maximum brightness (manufacturer’s
setting).
E5
The temperature inside the refrigerator’s
chamber has been exceeding the set
temperature for more than 2 hours.
E6
There has been the power supply failure.
The power supply has been disconnected
from the refrigerator and the temperature
inside the refrigerator’s chamber is too high.
Interrupting an alarm
Alarms
The acoustic alarm can always be
interrupted by opening the door and/or
pressing any push-button.
The alarm code E3 – E6 can be cancelled
by pressing for 7-8 seconds at the same
time the push-buttons s (6) and t (7).
The exception: in case of the alarm E1 – it is
possible to cancel the alarm only after
replacing damaged sensors.
In case the display shows symbols E5 or E6,
it is possible to monitor the maximum
temperature recorded by the control system
by pressing the push-button s (6).
Normal use of the refrigerator may cause
different situations leading to interruption of
various functions and unstable operation of
the entire equipment as a consequence.
These interruptions are shown on the
display as the alarm code (an E followed by
a number) and signalled by the acoustic
alarm. In case there will be several faults the
alarm codes shall be displayed in turn.
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Using the refrigerator and accessories
Glass shelves
shelf side (10). Start by removing the
top shelf when you want to clean the
refrigerator or rearrange the shelves.
The glass shelves can be tilted for
storing large and opened bottles. To tilt
the shelf, turn the rear fitting.
The glass shelves can be arranged to
give more, or less, space between the
shelves thus allowing flexible cabinet
arrangement (8 and 9).
Extract the shelf by lifting up the left
Bottle shelf
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The bottle shelf is suitable for large
and small bottles.
Vegetable drawers
The drawers in the bottom of the cabinet
are suitable for storing fruit and
vegetables. The overlying shelf covers
the drawer and maintains humidity thus
preventing stored food from drying out.
Multi-boxe
The multi-boxes are ideal for all items
of food and can be placed in the
cabinet or the door, whichever is most
expedient. The tight-fitting lids prevent
drying out and save much time in
tedious wrapping and unwrapping.
The multi-boxes are made of material
that remains unaffected by mineral
oils, fats and weak acids. They
withstand temperatures up to 100°C
and can be cleaned in a dishwasher,
but must never be placed close to the
heating element.
Multi-boxes can also be purchased as
accessories.
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Storage shelves in the door
The shelves in the door can hold
bottles of up to 2 litres. They can be
moved and placed throughout the
entire height of the door.
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Defrosting and cleaning
Automatic defrosting
Cleaning
The refrigerator features automatic
defrosting. In some periods, however,
frost may form on the rear wall of the
refrigerator. This normally happens
when many fresh items of food are
stored in the refrigerator or in summer
when the refrigerator is filled with
beverages to be cooled. In situations
such as these the compressor must
run for long periods of time. As
automatic defrosting takes place while
the compressor is at a standstill, the
refrigerator may not defrost completely
before the compressor restarts. In
these instances, manual defrosting is
required.
Stop the compressor by pressing
button
O
(2) and disconnect the
power supply to the refrigerator.
The refrigerator is best cleaned using
a weak soap solution and a soft cloth.
Never use cleaning agents that scour.
Clean the sealing strip around the
door regularly to prolong its life. Use
only clean water for cleaning the
sealing strip.
The plastic parts of the cabinet cannot
withstand boiling water (max. 85°C). It
is important to prevent water from
getting into the control panel
Clean the melt water drain in the
refrigerator compartment using the
cleaning pin supplied (11).
Manual defrosting
Stop the compressor by pressing
O
(2) and disconnect the
button
power supply to the refrigerator.
Any loose frost on the evaporator can
be removed using a plastic or wooden
scraper. Never use a knife or a sharp
object as these can damage the
evaporator.
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Warning
Remove dust and threads from the
compressor compartment at the back of
the refrigerator with a vacuum cleaner.
It is dangerous to use electrical
apparatus, knives or sharp objects to
speed up the defrosting process.
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Cleaning of doors in stainless steel or aluminium
Stainless steel or aluminium doors on
GRAM products can, with advantage,
be cleaned with a spray and a soft
cloth. There are a number of different
spraying agents for this purpose on
the market. We recommend that you
contact your usual white goods
supplier for advise on the advantages
and disadvantages of the individual
products.
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Setting up and installation
Where to place the
refrigerator
plinth. After adjustment, the feet and the
two rear wheels must be in contact with
the surface on which the appliance
stands.
For safety reasons the refrigerator must
not be installed outdoors; it must be
placed in a dry room. Never place the
appliance close to sources of heat such
as cookers or radiators, and avoid
placing it in direct sunlight. The surface
on which the appliance is placed must
be plane. Do not use a frame or similar.
The small wheels mounted at the rear
of the refrigerator make it easy to place it
in the required position.
The illustrations show how to create
sufficient air circulation around the
cabinet. The dimensions give the
actual size of openings. The circulation
area must be at least 200 cm2.
Building into a kitchen
element
Building into a kitchen element with
sufficient ventilation around the
refrigerator to dissipate heat from the
compressor. The appliance can stand
direct on the floor or on its plinth. (12)
The refrigerator can be set up freestanding against a wall or built into a
kitchen cupboard or a refrigerator
element.
It is important that the appliance stands
completely level and that there is good
air circulation over, under and around it.
The refrigerator can be adjusted by
turning the four adjusting screws on the
Building into a refrigerator
element
Building into a refrigerator element
follows the same principle as shown
in illustration 12. (13)
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Electrical connection
Proceed as follows:
Connect the GREEN-AND-YELLOW
core to the plug terminal marked „E” or
by an earth symbol, or coloured
GREEN or GREEN-AND-YELLOW.
Connect the BLUE core to the plug
terminal marked „N” or coloured
BLACK.
Connect the BROWN core to the plug
terminal marked „L” or coloured RED
The appliance is intended for
connection to alternating current. The
connection values for voltage (V) and
frequency (Hz) are given on the
nameplate in the cabinet.
Power must be connected via a wall
socket with switch. The wall socket
should be easily accessible.
All earthing requirements stipulated by
the local electricity authority must be
observed. The cabinet plug and wall
socket should then give correct
earthing. If in doubt, contact your local
supplier or an authorised electrician.
Starting up the refrigerator
Start the refrigerator by plugging into a
wall socket.
If the mains lead has been damaged, it
must be replaced with a corresponding
type supplied by Gram A/S or a Gram
service centre.
The refrigerator incorporates a „standby function” and in the display two
horizontal lines indicate that the power
supply has been connected.
Start the refrigerator by pressing the
start button
(1). After approx. 5
seconds, the green light emitting diode
(3) lights to indicate that the refrigerator
is switched on. The actual temperature
in the refrigerating compartment is
s (6).
shown on the display
WARNING – This appliance must
be earthed
The flexible cord (mains lead) fitted to
this appliance has three cores for use
with a 3-pin 13-amp or 3-pin 15-amp
plug. If a BS 1363 (13-amp) fused plug
is used, it should be fitted with a 13amp fuse.
IMPORTANT
The cores in this mains lead are
coloured in accordance with the
following code:
GREEN-AND-YELLOW: EARTH
BLUE: NEUTRAL
BROWN: LIVE
These colours might not correspond
with the colour markings identifying the
terminals in your plug.
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You can change the door from
right-hinged to left-hinged or vice
versa yourself
Illustrations 14-19 show how easy it is
to change the doors from right-hinged
to left-hinged - or vice versa. (Changing
the door from left-hinged to righthinged is done in the same way, but
opposite).
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The refrigerator must be switched off
and emptied completely.
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Remove the two screws in the
hinge top on the righthand
side of the cabinet. (14)
Lift the refrigerator door
slightly and take the door and
upper hinge off by pulling the
door towards you.
Remove the dummy hinge
from the opposite side by
unscrewing the two screws.
(15)
Reverse the dummy hinge
and refit it on the opposite
side of the cabinet using two
screws.
Tilt the refrigerator to an angle
of max. 45° and unscrew the
lower hinge. This is done by
removing the two screws
holding the bottom hinge on
the cabinet underside. (16)
Remove the lower dummy hinge
in the opposite side in the same
way as the upper dummy hinge
was removed. (17)
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Reverse the dummy hinge
and refit it on the opposite
side of the cabinet.
Reverse the upper righthand
hinge and refit it in the lower
lefthand corner of the cabinet.
Place the cabinet in the
correct position again.
Remove the door handle by
removing the screws. (18)
Reverse the lower righthand
hinge and refit it on the top
part of the door in the left side
of the cabinet. Push the door
into position and slide the
upper hinge into the upper
lefthand hinge casing. Tighten
the two screws. Remember to
adjust the hinges.
Remove the screws on the
righthand side of the door and
screw them onto the left side
of the door. Use the screws
from the left side to attach the
handle to the righthand edge
of the door. (19)
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Replacing the bulb
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Switch off the refrigerator by pressing
O (2) and unplug the
button
mains lead from the wall socket.
Screw off the screen. Replace the bulb
with a new one (max. 10 W, 12 V,
halogen base G4). Refit the screen,
connect the power supply and restart
the refrigerator by pressing button
(1). 20
GRAM Service
Spare parts
When ordering spare parts, please
give the type and serial number of the
refrigerator. This information is given
on the nameplate inside the cabinet.
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IOALGRAMRPS-480a
( 03.2005/2)
Gram A/S
Aage Grams Vej 1
DK-6500 Vojens
Telefon +45 73 20 10 00
Telefax +45 73 20 10 06
www.gram.dk
Importeur Belgie
Gebr. Bruyninckx N.V.
Kerksstreet 8g
B-2Y90 Balen
Tel: 014 / 81 1701
Importeur Nederland
Magee b.v.
Postbus 88
NL-2215 Voorhout
Tel: 0252231560
Gram Finland OY
Sinikalliontie 3b
FIN-02630 Espoo
Puh.: 09 61 22 920
Fax.: 09 6122 9220
www.gram.fi
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