Installation Guide

Installation Guide
Installation Guide
Index
Important Instructions
Important safety instructions
Children safety
EN
Technical requirements
Appliance features and installation requirements
Installation niche features: Integrated
Installation niche features: Classic
Installation niche features: StandPlus
Installation niche features: X-Pro
Installation niche features: Country
Installation niche features: Brilliance-Integrated
Installation niche features: Brilliance-Classic
Preparing to install
Transport to installation site and unpacking
Electrical and Water connection
Levelling
Panels mounting
Decorative door and Bottom-Drawer panels layout
Decorative panels layout for Fridge with one Bottom-Drawer (1T/0T)
Decorative panels layout for Fridge Brilliance
Decorative panels layout for Fridge with two Bottom-Drawers (0H)
Decorative panels layout for Fridge with Glass door and one Bottom-Drawer (1T/0T)
Decorative panels layout for Fridge with Glass door Brilliance
Decorative panels layout for Fridge with Glass door and two Bottom-Drawers (0H)
Decorative panels layout for Fridge Column (0F)
Decorative panels layout for Fridge column with glass door (0F)
Panels Dimensions One Bottom - Drawer (1T/0T models)
Panels Dimensions Two Bottom - Drawers (0H models)
Panels Dimensions Column model (0F models)
Mounting the handles
Mounting panels to the door and the drawer
Installation
Built-in installation of single appliance
Built-in installation of two or more appliances
Free-standing installation two or more appliances
Completing the installation
Anti-tipping safety assembly
Mounting the handles on stainless front
Ventilation
Post installation control
Start Up
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Important safely instruction
Symbols used in the Guide
Note
Tips for the correct use of the
appliance
Important
Directions to avoid appliance
damage
Warning
directions to prevent injury
Children safety
If this appliance is replacing an existing appliance which
must be removed or disposed of, make sure that it does
not become a dangerous trap for children by cutting its
power supply cable and rendering it impossible to close
the door.
Use the same caution at the end of the lifespan of the
new appliance.
IMPORTANT
Dimensions in parentheses are in inches.
Weights in parentheses are in pounds.
Temperatures in parentheses are in Fahrenheit degrees.
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Installation Guide
Appliance features and installation requirements
Appliance dimensions
Integrated
599 Series
749 Series
899 Series
w: 599 mm (23 5/8”)/ h: 2050 mm (80 3/4”)/ d: 610 mm (24”)
w: 749 mm (29 1/2”)/ h: 2050 mm (80 3/4”)/ d: 610 mm (24”)
w: 899 mm (35 3/8”)/ h: 2050 mm (80 3/4”)/ d: 610 mm (24”)
Appliance dimensions
Classic
599 Series
749 Series
899 Series
w: 599 mm (23 5/8”)/ h: 2050 mm (80 3/4”))/ d: 635 mm (25”)
w: 749 mm (29 1/2”)/ h: 2050 mm (80 3/4”))/ d: 635 mm (25”)
w: 899 mm (35 3/8”)/ h: 2050 mm (80 3/4”))/ d: 635 mm (25”)
Appliance dimensions
StandPlus
599 Series
749 Series
899 Series
w: 599 mm (23 5/8”)/ h: 2120 mm (83 1/2”)/ d: 629 mm (24 3/4”)
w: 749 mm (29 1/2”)/ h: 2120 mm (83 1/2”)/ d: 629 mm (24 3/4”)
w: 899 mm (35 3/8”)/ h: 2120 mm (83 1/2”)/ d: 629 mm (24 3/4”)
Appliance dimensions
X-Pro / Country
599 Series
749 Series
899 Series
w: 599 mm (23 5/8”)/ h: 2120 mm (84”)/ d: 635 mm (25”)
w: 749 mm (29 1/2”)/ h: 2120 mm (84”)/ d: 635 mm (25”)
w: 899 mm (35 3/8”)/ h: 2120 mm (84”)/ d: 635 mm (25”)
Appliance dimensions
Brilliance-Integrated
599 Series
749 Series
899 Series
w: 599 mm (23 5/8”)/ h: 2050 mm (80 3/4”)/ d: 575 mm (22 5/8”)
w: 749 mm (29 1/2”)/ h: 2050 mm (80 3/4”)/ d: 575 mm (22 5/8”)
w: 899 mm (35 3/8”)/ h: 2050 mm (80 3/4”)/ d: 575 mm (22 5/8”)
Appliance dimensions
Brilliance-Classic
599 Series
749 Series
899 Series
w: 599 mm (23 5/8”)/ h: 2050 mm (80 3/4”))/ d: 600 mm (23 3/4”)
w: 749 mm (29 1/2”)/ h: 2050 mm (80 3/4”))/ d: 600 mm (23 3/4”)
w: 899 mm (35 3/8”)/ h: 2050 mm (80 3/4”))/ d: 600 mm (23 3/4”)
Appliance dimensions
Integrated / Classic
599 Series
749 Series
899 Series
w: 650 mm (25 5/8”) / h: 2210 mm (87”)/ d: 800 mm (31 1/2”)
w: 800 mm (31 1/2”)/ h: 2210 mm (87”)/ d: 800 mm (31 1/2”)
w: 950 mm (37 3/8”) / h: 2210 mm (87”)/ d: 800 mm (31 1/2”)
Appliance dimensions
StandPlus / X-Pro / Country
599 Series
749 Series
899 Series
w: 650 mm (25 5/8”) / h: 2260 mm (89”) / d: 800 mm (31 1/2”)
w: 800 mm (31 1/2”) / h: 2260 mm (89”) / d: 800 mm (31 1/2”)
w: 950 mm (37 3/8”) / h: 2260 mm (89”) / d: 800 mm (31 1/2”)
Weight with packaging
599 Series
749 Series
899 Series
Voltage
Power supply cable
Potable water supply pressure
Water supply tube
Provided installation accessories
Additional equipment necessary
EN
up to 230 kg (507 lb)
up to 275 kg (606 lb)
up to 295 kg (650 lb)
Europe Version: AC 220-240V 50 Hz / North America Version: 110V 60Hz
Europe Version: Schuko 16 A plug / North America Version: 15 A
from 0.05 MPa to 0.5 MPa (0.5 Bar - 5 Bar)
3/4” female attachment
Customized panels mounting Kit
Anti-tipping Kit (B04000200)
Lateral connecting kit (KCLIT/KCLIH)
4 mm (1/8”) allen wrench
Phillips head screwdriver
wood and percussion drill
2.5 mm (1/8”) bit for wood
8 mm (3/8”) bit for walls
17 mm (3/4”) wrench
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140 (5 ½”)
100 (4”)
A area to be left clear for the anti-tipping brackets
E area to be left clear for the power supply cable
W and water supply hose
A
min 2064 (81 ¼”)
Minimum Niche Height
2064 mm (81 1/4”)
Minimum Niche Width
140 (5 ½”)
A
100 (4”)
Installation niche features: Integrated Series
899 900 (35½”)
749 750 (295⁄8”)
599 600 (23¾”)
S899: 900 mm (35 1/2”)
S749: 750 mm (29 5/8”)
S599: 600 mm (23 3/4”)
1T/0T
W
610 (24”)
560 (22”)
105°
Width
S899: 899 mm (35 3/8”)
S749: 749 mm (29 1/2”)
S599: 599 mm (23 5/8”)
500 (19 ¾”)
Height
0H
2050 mm (80 3/4”) + 25 mm (1”)
610 (24”)
560 (22”)
20 (¾”)
10 (3⁄8”)
Important: A 90° door opening is sufficient to allow
opening and full extraction of the inner drawers, even
if the appliance is installed directly adjacent to a wall.
Should an opening at 105° be desired, then the appliance should be positioned at the distance from the
wall described in figure.
2050 (80 ¾”) +25 (1”)
846 (33 ¼”) +25 (1”)
610 mm (24”)
1168(46”)
Depth with door (without panel)
500 (19 ¾”)
1808 (71 ¼” )
500 (19 ¾”)
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231 (9 1⁄8”) + 25 (1”)
233 (9 ¼”) + 25 (1”)
5°
2050 (80 ¾”) +25 (1”)
610 (24”)
560 (22”)
S899: 1470 (57 7⁄8”)
S749: 1320 (52”)
S599: 1170 (46”)
992 (39”)
S899: 899 (35 3⁄8”)
S749: 749 (29 ½”)
S599: 599 (23 5⁄8”)
10
610 (24”)
560 (22”)
10 (3⁄8”)
0F
S899: 160 (6 3⁄8”)
S749: 125 (5”)
S599: 90 (3 ½”)
231 (9 1⁄8”) + 25 (1”)
15 (5⁄8”) 248 (9 ¾”) + 25 (1”) 474 (18 5⁄8”)
Door Opening Angle
20 (¾”)
2050 (80 ¾”) +25 (1”)
721 (28 3⁄8”) +25 (1”)
1293 (50 7⁄8” )
S899: 1470 mm (57 7/8”)
S749: 1320 mm (52”)
S599: 1170 mm (46”)
259 (10 ¼”) 330 (13”)
Door Swing Clearance
E
15 (5⁄8”)
W
231 (9 1⁄8”) + 25 (1”)
15 (5⁄8”) 248 (9 ¾”) + 25 (1”)
E
Installation Guide
140 (5 ½”)
100 (4”)
A area to be left clear for the anti-tipping brackets
E area to be left clear for the power supply cable
W and water supply hose
A
min 2064 (81 ¼”)
Minimum Niche Height
2064 mm (81 1/4”)
Minimum Niche Width
140 (5 ½”)
A
100 (4”)
Installation niche features: Classic Series
EN
KS899: 900 (35 ½”)
KS749: 750 (29 5⁄8”)
KS599: 600 (23 ¾”)
KS899: 900 mm (35 1/2”)
KS749: 750 mm (29 5/8”)
KS599: 600 mm (23 3/4”)
W
1T/0T
W
635 (25”)
560 (22”)
Door Opening Angle
105°
Width
KS899: 899 mm (35 3/8”)
KS749: 749 mm (29 1/2”)
KS599: 599 mm (23 5/8”)
9 ( 3⁄8”)
2050 (80 ¾”) +25 (1”)
732 (28 7⁄8”)+25 (1”)
1308 (51 ½”)
KS899: 1470 mm (57 7/8”)
KS749: 1320 mm (52”)
KS599: 1170 mm (46”)
693 (27 ¼”)
Height
0H
2050 mm (80 3/4”) + 25 mm (1”)
635 (25”)
560 (22”)
Important: A 90° door opening is sufficient to allow
opening and full extraction of the inner drawers, even
if the appliance is installed directly adjacent to a wall.
Should an opening at 105° be desired, then the appliance should be positioned at the distance from the
wall described in figure.
2050 (80 ¾”) +25 (1”)
857 (33 ¾”) +25 (1”)
635 mm (25”)
1185 (46 5⁄8”)
Depth with door
693 (27 ¼”)
1904 (75”)
693 (27 ¼”)
146 (5 ¾”) + 25(1”)
2050 (80 ¾”) +25 (1”)
5°
KS899: 899 (35 3⁄8”)
KS749: 749 (29 ½”)
KS599: 599 (23 5⁄8”)
58 (2 ¼”)
635 (25”)
560 (22”)
75 (3”)
KS899: 1470 (57 7⁄8”)
KS749: 1320 (52”)
KS599: 1170 (46”)
1016 (40”)
10
635 (25”)
560 (22”)
10 (3⁄8”)
0F
KS899: 230 (9”)
KS749: 195 (7 ¾”)
KS599: 160 (6 ¼”)
146 (5 ¾”) + 25(1”) 587 (23 1⁄8”)
Door Swing Clearance
E
6 ( ¼”) 9 ( 3⁄8”)
146 (5 ¾”) + 25(1”)
362 (14 ¼”) 342 (13 ½”)
E
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140 (5 ½”)
100 (4”)
A area to be left clear for the anti-tipping brackets
E area to be left clear for the power supply cable
W and water supply hose
140 (5 ½”)
A
A
100 (4”)
Installation niche features: StandPlus Series
Minimum Niche Height
MS899: 900 (35 ½”)
min 2134 (84”)
2134 mm (84”)
Minimum Niche Width
MS749: 750 (29 5⁄8”)
MS599: 600 (23 ¾”)
MS899: 900 mm (35 1/2”)
MS749: 750 mm (29 5/8”)
MS599: 600 mm (23 3/4”)
W
E
1T/0T
629 (24 ¾”)
615 (24 ¼”)
8 (3⁄8”)
MS899: 1470 mm (57 7/8”)
MS749: 1320 mm (52”)
MS599: 1170 mm (46”)
W
8 (3⁄8”)
128 (5)
+ 25 (1”)
MS899: 899 mm (35 3/8”)
MS749: 749 mm (29 1/2”)
MS599: 599 mm (23 5/8”)
485 (19 1⁄8”)
613 (24 1⁄8”)+25 (1”)
Width
2120 mm (83 1/2”) + 25 mm (1”)
629 (24 ¾”)
615 (24 ¼”)
8 (3⁄8”)
0H
Depth with door
560 (22”)
666 (26 ¼”)
37 (1 ½”) 10 (3⁄8”)
629 (24 ¾”)
560 (22”)
69 (2 ¾”)
MS899: 1470 (57 7⁄8”)
MS749: 1320 (52”)
MS599: 1170 (46”)
1010 (39 ¾”)
MS899: 899 (35 3⁄8”)
MS749: 749 (29 ½”)
MS599: 599 (23 5⁄8”)
min 50 (2”)
5°
min 10 (3⁄8”)
10
6 ( ¼”)
749 (29 ½”) + 25 (1”)
Important: If the units are to be installed inside a niche or within an enclosed structure, it is necessary to
design a ventilation shaft at the back of the niche to
assure proper ventilation at the back of the unit.
MS899: 230 (9”)
MS749: 195 (7 ¾”)
MS599: 160 (6 ¼”)
8 (3⁄8”)
2120 (83 ½”) +25 (1”)
Important: A 90° door opening is sufficient to allow
opening and full extraction of the inner drawers, even
if the appliance is installed directly adjacent to a wall.
Should an opening at 105° be desired, then the appliance should be positioned at the distance from the
wall described in figure.
1170 (46”)
629 mm (24 3/4”)
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195 (7 5⁄8”)
560 (22”)
666 (26 ¼”)
Height
128 (5) 262 (10 ¼”) 343 (13 ½”)
+ 25 (1”)
105°
1296 (50”)
2120 (83 ½”) +25 (1”)
Door Opening Angle
195 (7 5⁄8”)
E
Door Swing Clearance
Installation Guide
140 (5 ½”)
100 (4”)
A area to be left clear for the anti-tipping brackets
E area to be left clear for the power supply cable
W and water supply hose
140 (5 ½”)
A
A
100 (4”)
Installation niche features: X-Pro Series
EN
Minimum Niche Height
XS899: 900 (35 ½”)
min 2134 (84”)
2134 mm (84”)
Minimum Niche Width
XS749: 750 (29 5⁄8”)
XS599: 600 (23 ¾”)
XS899: 900 mm (35 1/2”)
XS749: 750 mm (29 5/8”)
XS599: 600 mm (23 3/4”)
W
E
W
635 (25”)
1T/0T
8 (3⁄8”)
XS899: 1470 mm (57 7/8”)
XS749: 1320 mm (52”)
XS599: 1170 mm (46”)
XS899: 899 mm (35 3/8”)
XS749: 749 mm (29 1/2”)
XS599: 599 mm (23 5/8”)
8 (3⁄8”)
516 (20 3⁄8”)
613 (24 1⁄8”)+25 (1”)
Width
97 (3 7⁄8”)
+ 25 (1”)
105°
1296 (50”)
2120 (83 ½”) +25 (1”)
Door Opening Angle
195 (7 5⁄8”)
E
Door Swing Clearance
560 (22”)
693 (27 ¼”)
Height
8 (3⁄8”)
0H
Depth with door
195 (7 5⁄8”)
2120 mm (83 1/2”) + 25 mm (1”)
5°
XS899: 899 (35 5⁄8”)
XS749: 749 (29 ½”)
XS599: 599 (23 5⁄8”)
6 ( ¼”)
97 (3 7⁄8”) 293 343 (13 ½”)
+ 25 (1”) (11 ½”)
749 (29 ½”) + 25 (1”)
min 50 (2”)
min 10 (3⁄8”)
635 (25”)
560 (22”)
75 (3”)
XS899: 1470 (57 7⁄8”)
XS749: 1320 (52”)
XS599: 1170 (46”)
1016 (40”)
10
58 (2 ¼”) 10 (3⁄8”)
Important: If the units are to be installed inside a niche or within an enclosed structure, it is necessary to
design a ventilation shaft at the back of the niche to
assure proper ventilation at the back of the unit.
XS899: 230 (9”)
XS749: 195 (7 ¾”)
XS599: 160 (6 ¼”)
8 (3⁄8”)
2120 (83 ½”) +25 (1”)
Important: A 90° door opening is sufficient to allow
opening and full extraction of the inner drawers, even
if the appliance is installed directly adjacent to a wall.
Should an opening at 105° be desired, then the appliance should be positioned at the distance from the
wall described in figure.
1170 (46”)
635 mm (25 ”)
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140 (5 ½”)
100 (4”)
A area to be left clear for the anti-tipping brackets
E area to be left clear for the power supply cable
W and water supply hose
140 (5 ½”)
A
A
100 (4”)
Installation niche features: Country Series
Minimum Niche Height
AS899: 900 (35 ½”)
min 2134 (84”)
2134 mm (84”)
Minimum Niche Width
AS749: 750 (29 5⁄8”)
AS599: 600 (23 ¾”)
AS899: 900 mm (35 1/2”)
AS749: 750 mm (29 5/8”)
AS599: 600 mm (23 3/4”)
E
W
635 (25”)
1T/0T
8 (3⁄8”)
AS899: 1470 mm (57 7/8”)
AS749: 1320 mm (52”)
AS599: 1170 mm (46”)
AS899: 887 mm (35")
AS749: 737 mm (29")
AS599: 587 mm (23 1/8")
485 (19 1⁄8”)
613 (24 1⁄8”)+25 (1”)
Width
8 (3⁄8”)
105°
1296 (50”)
2120 (83 ½”) +25 (1”)
Door Opening Angle
560 (22”)
695 (27 ¼”)
Height
2120 mm (83 1/2”) + 25 mm (1”)
Depth with door
635 mm (25 ”)
AS899: 887 (35”)
AS749: 737 (29”)
AS599: 587 (23 1⁄8”)
5°
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min 50 (2”)
min 10 (3⁄8”)
635 (25”)
560 (22”)
75 (3”)
AS899: 1470 (57 7⁄8”)
AS749: 1320 (52”)
AS599: 1170 (46”)
1016 (40”)
10
60 (2 ¼”) 10 (3⁄8”)
Important: A 90° door opening is sufficient to allow
opening and full extraction of the inner drawers, even
if the appliance is installed directly adjacent to a wall.
Should an opening at 105° be desired, then the appliance should be positioned at the distance from the
wall described in figure.
AS899: 230 (9”)
AS749: 195 (7 ¾”)
AS599: 160 (6 ¼”)
195 (7 5⁄8”)
W
128 (5)
+ 25 (1”)
E
Door Swing Clearance
Installation Guide
A area to be left clear for the anti-tipping brackets
140 (5 ½”)
100 (4”)
E area to be left clear for the power supply cable
W and water supply hose
140 (5 ½”)
A
A
100 (4”)
Installation niche features: Brilliance-Integrated Series
EN
Minimum Niche Height
min 2064 (81 ¼”)
BI899: 900 mm (35 1/2”)
BI749: 750 mm (29 5/8”)
BI599: 600 mm (23 3/4”)
Door Swing Clearance
BI749: 750 (29 5⁄8”)
BI599: 600 (23 ¾”)
E
W
BI899: 1435 mm (56 1/2” in)
BI749: 1285 mm (50 5/8” in)
BI599: 1135 mm (44 3/4” in)
E
0T
W
575 (22 5⁄8”)
525 (20 5⁄8”)
Width
BI899: 899 mm (35 3/8”)
BI749: 749 mm (29 1/2”)
BI599: 599 mm (23 5/8”)
Height
2050 mm (80 3/4”) + 25 mm (1”)
20 (¾”)
2050 (80 ¾”) +25 (1”)
721 (28 3⁄8”) +25 (1”)
105°
1293 (50 7⁄8” )
Door Opening Angle
15 (5⁄8”)
Minimum Niche Width
BI899: 900 (35 ½”)
465 (18 3⁄8”)
231 (9 1⁄8”) + 25 (1”)
248 (9 ¾”) + 25 (1”) 474 (18 5⁄8”)
2064 mm (81 1/4”)
Depth with door (without panel)
575 mm (22 5/8” in)
575 (22 5⁄8”)
525 (20 5⁄8”)
BI899: 1435 (56 ½”)
BI749: 1285 (50 5⁄8”)
BI599: 1135 (44 ¾”)
947 (37 ¼”)
BI899: 160 (6 3⁄8”)
BI749: 125 (5”)
BI599: 90 (3 ½”)
10 (3⁄8”)
Important: A 90° door opening is sufficient to allow
opening and full extraction of the inner drawers, even
if the appliance is installed directly adjacent to a wall.
Should an opening at 105° be desired, then the appliance should be positioned at the distance from the
wall described in figure.
BI899: 899 (35 3⁄8”)
BI749: 749 (29 ½”)
BI599: 599 (23 5⁄8”)
10
5°
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140 (5 ½”)
100 (4”)
A area to be left clear for the anti-tipping brackets
E area to be left clear for the power supply cable
W and water supply hose
140 (5 ½”)
A
A
100 (4”)
Installation niche features: Brilliance-Classic Series
min 2064 (81 ¼”)
Minimum Niche Height
2064 mm (81 1/4”)
Minimum Niche Width
BKI899: 900 (35 ½”)
BKI749: 750 (29 5⁄8”)
BKI599: 600 (23 ¾”)
BKI899: 900 mm (35 1/2”)
BKI749: 750 mm (29 5/8”)
BKI599: 600 mm (23 3/4”)
E
0T
BKI899: 1435 mm (56 1/2” in)
BKI749: 1285 mm (50 5/8” in)
BKI599: 1135 mm (44 3/4” in)
600 (23 ¾”)
525 (20 5⁄8”)
105°
Width
BKI899: 899 mm (35 3/8”)
BKI749: 749 mm (29 1/2”)
BKI599: 599 mm (23 5/8”)
9 ( 3⁄8”)
2050 (80 ¾”) +25 (1”)
732 (28 7⁄8”)+25 (1”)
Door Opening Angle
W
1308 (51 ½”)
W
693 (27 ¼”)
Height
2050 mm (80 3/4”) + 25 mm (1”)
Depth with door
600 mm (23 3/4” in)
10
BKI899: 899 (35 3⁄8”)
BKI749: 749 (29 ½”)
BKI599: 599 (23 5⁄8”)
58 (2 ¼”)
600 (23 ¾”)
525 (20 5⁄8”)
75 (3”)
BKI899: 1435 (56 ½”)
BKI749: 1285 (50 5⁄8”)
BKI599: 1135 (44 ¾”)
BKI899: 230 (9”)
BKI749: 195 (7 ¾”)
BKI599: 160 (6 ¼”)
10 (3⁄8”)
Important: A 90° door opening is sufficient to allow
opening and full extraction of the inner drawers, even
if the appliance is installed directly adjacent to a wall.
Should an opening at 105° be desired, then the appliance should be positioned at the distance from the
wall described in figure.
5°
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146 (5 ¾”) + 25(1”) 587 (23 1⁄8”)
E
Door Swing Clearance
Installation Guide
Electrical and Water connection
Preparing the installation
Transport to installation site and unpacking
The Built-in Fhiaba filter cannot make it safe to drink any
water which is not suitable for human consumption.
The appliance is very heavy.
Take maximum care during handling to avoid injury.
EN
The appliance should be connected only to a drinkable
water supply system.
The appliance should always be transported in an erect
position.
Avoid at all costs leaning it on its front side.
Do not use extension cords or adapters.
Once the appliance has been connected to the water system,
turn the Ice Maker off (touch the button
on control panel to
switch it off) before the main water is shut off.
E
2
1
4
W
E
W
1
3
Since this is a large and heavy appliance, before transporting the appliance, check the access to the location
where it will be installed (door size, manoeuvring space in
stairwells, etc.).
The appliance is attached to the base of the packaging
(pallet) through four bolts which can be removed using a
17 mm (3/4”) wrench.
It is recommended to use a manual transporting device to
move the appliance to the installation site, and only at this
point to remove the base of the packaging.
The appliance should always be transported in an erect
position.
If this is not possible, transport the appliance laying on its
rear side.
Once at the installation site, the appliance, which is
equipped with four wheels, can be taken off the pallet and
positioned in the installation area.
Operate as follows:
Take off the four bolts 1 securing the appliance to the
pallet by means of a 17 mm (3/4”) open spanner.
Remove the fixing brackets 3 and 4 .
To remove the front fixing bracket 3 , unscrew
for one or two turns the rear wheel adjusting bolt 2
by means of a 13 mm (1/2”) box spanner, avoiding
too much strenght while thightening the nut, which
could damage the leveling feet adjusting system.
From the back of the unit and by means of a suitable,
high duty hand trolley, take off the appliance and place
it on the floor.
Be very careful to avoid any damage to floors. Delicate floors
should be protected with plywood, hard cardboard or similar
material panels.
W
E
W
E
A Schuko 16 A socket with an efficient grounding should
be made available for the electrical mains connection, as
well as an omnipolar
switch which can easily be reached when the appliance
is installed.
To connect to the water supply system (for appliances
equipped with ice makers) a tap with a male 3/4” connection should be provided, which must also be easily accessible once the appliance is installed.
The appliance is provided with a water supply hose and
seal kit which is suitable for high water pressure and complies the Food Regulations.
The water filter cartridge, which is provided with the appliance, should be installed according to the accompanying
instructions.
Use only the new hose and the new gaskets which are supplied with the appliance. Discard any hose and gasket
which may have already been installed.
Electrical cord length: 2,0 mt (78 3/4”)
Water connection line length: 2,5 mt (98 3/8”)
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Electrical and water supply behind the unit
Integrated and Classic Series
StandPlus, X-Pro and Country Series
StandPlus, X-Pro and
Country Series
Back of appliance
Electrical connection
Water connection
E
E
W
W
Operate as follows:
Unwind the electric cable and connect it directly to the
wall socket.
Make sure the appliance is in the Stand-by condition and
that all ights are off; should it be not so press the Unit button
to switch it off.
Connect the water line to the threaded connection at the
base of the unit, as in figure 1 .
Energy: Alternatives and Home Automation
If energy is supplied through an alternative energy power
source (solar, geothermal, etc..) or if home automation
systems are installed, it is necessary to install the Alternative Energy Kit to integrate the unit into the power grid.
Front of appliance
1
Integrated and Classic Series
Back of appliance
Electrical connection
Fit the other end of the hose to the water tap, use the gaskets provided in the Owner’s Kit 2 .
Water connection
2
Levelling
Operate as follows:
Unwind the electric cable and connect it directly to the
wall socket.
Make sure the appliance is in the Stand-by condition and
that all lights are off; should it be not so press the Unit button
to switch it off.
Fit one end of the water hose onto the connector at the
appliance’s back 1 .
Adjust the appliance level by means of the front levelling
feet and the rear adjustable wheels.
2
1
1
Fit the other end of the hose to the water tap, use the
gaskets provided in the Owner’s Kit 2 .
2
2
1
Operate as follows:
After removing the bottom plinth or grille (it is kept in
position by magnets), adjust the height of the levelling feet
1 by means of a 17 mm (3/4”) open spanner.
Then adjust the height of the rear wheels by turning the
front adjusting bolts 2 clockwise or anticlockwise as it may
be required.
Remount the bottom plinth or grille.
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Integrated Series
4
Decorative door and bottomdrawer panels layout
The dimensions of the panels are indicated in the table
and drawings on next pages.
Nevertheless, according to the requirements for aligning
with other kitchen structures, the door panel can be higher than the upper edge of the refrigerator door, and the
drawer panel can be lower than the edge of the drawer.
The panels must be mounted using special braces which
attach to adjustable devices provided on the door and
drawer and with brackets that anchor and adjust the
panel’s vertical direction.
Braces, brackets and fixing screws are provided with the
appliance and must be applied to the panel as indicated.
Screw the brackets in place 6 .
5
EN
6
Operate as follows:
To prepare the panels to be mounted on the appliance,
follow these steps, working on the back of the panel.
Door Panel
Trace, a line dividing the panel width in half 1 .
1
Drawer Panel
When preparing the Drawer Panel, follow the same instructions as per the door panel, but make sure measurements are taken starting from the top edge 7 . The support bracket faces the opposite way 8 (note imgs 4 and
8).
Starting form the Bottom edge of the panel, mark the
positioning of the brackets 2 .
2
Following the corresponding table, mark the external
and then the internal hole 3 .
7
8
3
Position the brackets on each set of marks to make sure
they are aligned 4 , then drill holes through the panel
(pay close attention to the panel’s thickness) 5 .
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Decorative panels layout for Fridge with one Bottom-Drawer (1T/0T)
Series 749
Series 899
Series 599
Hinge Left
Hinge Right
Hinge Left
Hinge Right
Hinge Left
Hinge Right
A
897 (35 ¼”)
897 (35 ¼”)
747 (29 3⁄8”)
747 (29 3⁄8”)
597 (23 ½”)
597 (23 ½”)
B
355,5 (14”)
261 (10 ¼”)
279 (11”)
187 (7 3⁄8”)
205 (8 1⁄8”)
111 (4 3⁄8”)
C
261 (10 ¼”)
355,5 (14”)
187 (7 3⁄8”)
279 (11”)
111 (4 3⁄8”)
205 (8 1⁄8”)
D
418 (16 ½”)
386 (15 ¼”)
343 (13 ½”)
311 (12 ¼”)
276,5 (10 7⁄8”)
236,5 (9 3⁄8”)
E
386 (15 ¼”)
418 (16 ½”)
311 (12 ¼”)
343 (13 ½”)
236,5 (9 3⁄8”)
276,5 (10 7⁄8”)
F/G
354,5 (14”)
354,5 (14”)
279,5 (11”)
279,5 (11”)
203,5(8”)
203,5(8”)
Holes positions
A
B
C
13 (½”)
min 1320 (52”)
157 (6 ¼”)
D
E
D
E
max 635 (25”)
100 (4”)
660 (26”)
382 (15 1⁄8”)
1163 (45 ¾”)
507,5 (20”)
1285 (50 5⁄8”)
34 (1 3⁄8”)
34 (1 3⁄8”)
13 (½”)
F
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Decorative panels layout for Fridge Brilliance
Series 749
Series 899
A
Series 599
Hinge Left
Hinge Right
Hinge Left
Hinge Right
Hinge Left
Hinge Right
897 (35 ¼”)
897 (35 ¼”)
747 (29 3⁄8”)
747 (29 3⁄8”)
597 (23 ½”)
597 (23 ½”)
B
417 (16 3⁄8”)
417 (16 3⁄8”)
342 (13 ½”)
342 (13 ½”)
276,5 (10 7⁄8”)
268 (11 ¼”)
C
417 (16 3⁄8”)
417 (16 3⁄8”)
342 (13 ½”)
342 (13 ½”)
268 (11 ¼”)
276,5 (10 7⁄8”)
D
354,5 (14”)
354,5 (14”)
279,5(11”)
279,5(11”)
203,5 (8”)
203,5 (8”)
EN
Holes positions
A
B
6,5 (¼”)
B
6,5 (¼”)
min 1390 (54 ¾”)
157 (6 ¼”)
660 (26”)
1163 (45 ¾”)
1273 (50 1⁄8”)
34 (1 3⁄8”)
B
max 635 (25”)
100 (4”)
382 (15 1⁄8”)
507.5 (20”)
A
B
34 (1 3⁄8”)
13 (½”)
C
C
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Decorative panels layout for Fridge with two Bottom-Drawers (0H)
Series 749
Series 899
Series 599
Hinge Left
Hinge Right
Hinge Left
Hinge Right
Hinge Left
Hinge Right
A
897 (35 ¼”)
897 (35 ¼”)
747 (29 3⁄8”)
747 (29 3⁄8”)
597 (23 ½”)
597 (23 ½”)
B
355,5 (14”)
261 (10 ¼”)
279 (11”)
187 (7 3⁄8”)
205 (8 1⁄8”)
111 (4 3⁄8”)
C
261 (10 ¼”)
355,5 (14”)
187 (7 3⁄8”)
279 (11”)
111 (4 3⁄8”)
205 (8 1⁄8”)
D
418 (16 ½”)
386 (15 ¼”)
343 (13 ½”)
311 (12 ¼”)
276,5 (10 7⁄8”)
236,5 (9 3⁄8”)
E
386 (15 ¼”)
418 (16 ½”)
311 (12 ¼”)
343 (13 ½”)
236,5 (9 3⁄8”)
276,5 (10 7⁄8”)
F/G
354,5 (14”)
354,5 (14”)
279,5 (11”)
279,5 (11”)
203,5(8”)
203,5(8”)
Holes positions
A
B
C
13 (½”)
min 1195 (47”)
157 (6 ¼”)
D
E
D
E
13 (½”)
F
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max 415 (16 3⁄8”)
337 (13 ¼”)
66 (2 5⁄8”)
73 (2 7⁄8”)
600 (23 5⁄8”)
183 (7 ¼”) 268 (10 ½”)
1044 (41 1⁄8”)
292,5 (11 ½”)
1160 (45 5⁄8”)
34 (1 3⁄8”)
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Decorative panels layout for Fridge with glass door and one Bottom-Drawer (1T/0T)
Series 749
Series 899
Series 599
Hinge Left
Hinge Right
Hinge Left
Hinge Right
Hinge Left
Hinge Right
A
897 (35 ¼”)
897 (35 ¼”)
747 (29 3⁄8”)
747 (29 3⁄8”)
597 (23 ½”)
597 (23 ½”)
D
418 (16 ½”)
386 (15 ¼”)
343 (13 ½”)
311 (12 ¼”)
276,5 (10 7⁄8”)
236,5 (9 3⁄8”)
E
386 (15 ¼”)
418 (16 ½”)
311 (12 ¼”)
343 (13 ½”)
236,5 (9 3⁄8”)
276,5 (10 7⁄8”)
F/G
354,5 (14”)
354,5 (14”)
279,5 (11”)
279,5 (11”)
203,5(8”)
203,5(8”)
H
412 (16 ¼”)
380 (15”)
337 (13 ¼”)
305 (12”)
270,5 (10 5⁄8”)
230,5 (9 1⁄8”)
I
380 (15”)
412 (16 ¼”)
305 (12”)
337 (13 ¼”)
230,5 (9 1⁄8”)
270,5 (10 5⁄8”)
Door window dimensions
EN
Holes positions
A
6,5 (¼”)
1075 (42 3⁄8”)
min 130 (5 1⁄8”)
min 1320 (52”)
148,5 (5 7⁄8”)
H
I
D
E
max 635 (25”)
650,5 (13 5⁄8”)
382 (15 1⁄8”)
507,5 (20”)
115 (4 ½”)
100 (4”)
1152,5 (45 3⁄8”)
135 (5 3⁄8”)
1286 (50 5⁄8”)
34 (1 3⁄8”)
899: 627 (24 5⁄8”)
749: 477 (18 ¾”)
599: 327 (12 7⁄8”)
135 (5 3⁄8”)
6,5 (¼”)
34 (1 3⁄8”)
13 (½”)
F
G
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Decorative panels layout for Fridge with glass door Brilliance
Series 599
Hinge Left
Hinge Right
A
597 (23 ½”)
597 (23 ½”)
B
276,5 (10 7⁄8”)
268 (10 ½”)
C
268 (10 ½”)
276,5 (10 7⁄8”)
D
203,5(8”)
203,5(8”)
Door window dimensions
Holes positions
A
6,5 (¼”)
1075 (42 3⁄8”)
min 130 (5 1⁄8”)
min 1320 (52”)
148,5 (5 7⁄8”)
B
C
B
B
max 635 (25”)
650,5 (13 5⁄8”)
382 (15 1⁄8”)
507,5 (20”)
115 (4 ½”)
100 (4”)
1152,5 (45 3⁄8”)
135 (5 3⁄8”)
1273 (50 1⁄8”)
34 (1 3⁄8”)
599: 327 (12 7⁄8”)
135 (5 3⁄8”)
6,5 (¼”)
34 (1 3⁄8”)
13 (½”)
D
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Decorative panels layout for Fridge with glass door and two Bottom-Drawers (0H)
EN
Hinge Left
Hinge Right
Hinge Left
Hinge Right
A
897 (35 ¼”)
897 (35 ¼”)
747 (29 3⁄8”)
747 (29 3⁄8”)
597 (23 ½”)
597 (23 ½”)
D
418 (16 ½”)
386 (15 ¼”)
343 (13 ½”)
311 (12 ¼”)
276,5 (10 7⁄8”)
236,5 (9 3⁄8”)
E
386 (15 ¼”)
418 (16 ½”)
311 (12 ¼”)
343 (13 ½”)
236,5 (9 3⁄8”)
276,5 (10 7⁄8”)
F/G
354,5 (14”)
354,5 (14”)
279,5 (11”)
279,5 (11”)
203,5(8”)
203,5(8”)
H
412 (16 ¼”)
380 (15”)
337 (13 ¼”)
305 (12”)
270,5 (10 5⁄8”)
230,5 (9 1⁄8”)
I
380 (15”)
412 (16 ¼”)
305 (12”)
337 (13 ¼”)
230,5 (9 1⁄8”)
270,5 (10 5⁄8”)
Door window dimensions
Holes positions
A
6,5 (¼”)
6,5 (¼”)
min 1195 (47”)
D
E
337 (13 ¼”)
I
415 (163⁄8”)
66 (2 5⁄8”) 149,5 (5 7⁄8”)
H
13 (½”)
F
G
m
183 (7 ¼”)
268 (10 ½”)
115 (4 ½”)
73 (2 7⁄8”)
135 (5 3⁄8”)
588 (23 1⁄8”)
1161 (45 ¾”)
899: 627 (24 ¾”)
749: 477 (18 ¾”)
599: 327 (12 7⁄8”)
1026,7 (40 3⁄8”)
135 (5 3⁄8”)
34 (1 3⁄8”)
292,5 (11 ½”)
950 (37 3⁄8”)
min 130 (5 1⁄8”)
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Decorative panels layout for Fridge Column (0F)
Series 899
Series 749
1
Series 599
Hinge Left
Hinge Right
A
897 (35 ¼”)
747 (29 3⁄8”)
597 (23 ½”)
597 (23 ½”)
B
418 (16 ½”)
343 (13 ½”)
276,5 (10 7⁄8”)
268 (10 ½”)
C
418 (16 ½”)
343 (13 ½”)
268 (10 ½”)
276,5 (10 7⁄8”)
Holes positions
A
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34 (1 3⁄8”)
C
13 (½”)
34 (1 3⁄8”)
min 1863 (73 3⁄8”)
47 (1 7⁄8”)
95 (3 ¾”)
620,5 (24 ½”)
1201,5 (47 3⁄8”)
1727 (68”)
B
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Decorative panels layout for Fridge column with glass door (0F)
Series 899
1
Series 749
EN
Series 599
Hinge Left
Hinge Right
A
897 (35 ¼”)
747 (29 3⁄8”)
597 (23 ½”)
597 (23 ½”)
B
418 (16 ½”)
343 (13 ½”)
276,5 (10 7⁄8”)
268 (10 ½”)
C
418 (16 ½”)
343 (13 ½”)
268 (10 ½”)
276,5 (10 7⁄8”)
Door window dimensions
Holes positions
A
135 (5 3⁄8”)
47 (1 7⁄8”)
95 (3 ¾”)
34 (1 3⁄8”)
C
13 (½”)
34 (1 3⁄8”)
min 1863 (73 3⁄8”)
899: 627 (24 ¾”)
749: 477 (18 ¾”)
599: 327 (12 7⁄8”)
1201,5 (47 3⁄8”)
1727 (68”)
1572 (62”)
min 130
(5 1⁄8”)
620,5 (24 ½”)
B
135 (5 3⁄8”)
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Panels Dimensions One Bottom - Drawer (1T/0T models)
Panels with width ranging between 18 mm (3/4 in) and 28 mm (1 1/8 in).
Door panels with weight max of 23 kg (51 lb) and drawer panels with weight max of 11kg (25 lb).
Provide installation of decorative panels during installation of the unit.
Series
Door/Drawer Width
A
Door Cutout Width
899
897 (35 1/4”)
627 (24 3/4”)
749
747 (29 3/8”)
477 (18 3/4”)
599
597 (23 3/4”)
327 (12 7/8”)
B
1075 (42 3⁄8”)
1320 (52 )
min 130 (5 1⁄8”)
2050 (80 ¾”)
135
(5 3⁄8”)
115 (4 ½”)
187 (7 3⁄8”)
min 540 (21 ¼”)
m
35 (25)
3 (1⁄8”)
A
Examples of calculation
Integration in a kitchen column of total height 2160 mm (85”) and 150 mm (6”) kickplate.
(NOTE: In calculating the adjustment foot is considered to 0).
Drawer Calculation:
Kickplate 187 - 150 = 37 mm (1 1/2”)
540 + 37 = 577 mm (22 3/4”)
Upper Panel Calculation:
2160 - 2050 = 110 mm (4 3/8”)
1320 + 110 = 1430 mm (56 1/4”)
Total Height Calculation:
150 + 577 + 3 + 1430 = 2160 mm (85”)
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135
(5 3⁄8”)
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Panels DimensionsTwo Bottom - Drawers (0H models)
Panels with width ranging between 18 mm (3/4 in) and 28 mm (1 1/8 in).
Door panels with weight max of 23 kg (51 lb) and drawer panels with weight max of 11kg (25 lb).
Provide installation of decorative panels during installation of the unit.
Series
Door/Drawer Width
A
Door Cutout Width
899
897 (35 1/4”)
627 (24 3/4”)
749
747 (29 3/8”)
477 (18 3/4”)
599
597 (23 3/4”)
327 (12 7/8”)
EN
B
2050 (80 ¾”)
135
(5 3⁄8”)
135
(5 3⁄8”)
115 (4 ½”)
3 (1⁄8”)
3 (1⁄8”)
187 (7 3⁄8”)min 325 (12 ¾”)
max 415 (163⁄8”)
337 (13 ¼”)
950 (37 3⁄8”)
1195 (47”)
min 130 (5 1⁄8”)
A
B
Examples of calculation
Integration in a kitchen column of total height 2160 mm (85”) and 150 mm (6”) kickplate.
(NOTE: In calculating the adjustment foot is considered to 0).
Inner Drawer Calculation:
Kickplate 187 - 150 = 37 mm (1 1/2”)
325 + 37 = 362 mm (14 1/4”)
Upper Panel Calculation:
2160 - 2050 = 110 mm (4 3/8”)
1195 + 110 = 1305 mm (51 3/8”)
Total Height Calculation:
150 + 362 + 3 + 337 + 3 + 1305 = 2160 mm (85”)
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Panels Dimensions Column Models (0F models)
Panels with width ranging between 18 mm (3/4 in) and 28 mm (1 1/8 in).
Door panels with weight max of 34 kg (75 lb).
Provide installation of decorative panels during installation of the unit.
Series
Door/Drawer Width
A
Door Cutout Width
899
897 (35 1/4”)
627 (24 3/4”)
749
747 (29 3/8”)
477 (18 3/4”)
599
597 (23 1/2”)
327 (12 7/8”)
B
min 130 (5 1⁄8”)
1572 (62”)
135
(5 3⁄8”)
min 1863 (73 3⁄8”)
max 1960 (77 1⁄8”)
187 (7 3⁄8”)
2050 (80 ¾”)
135
(5 3⁄8”)
min 144 (5 ¾”)
max 239 (9 3⁄8”)
A
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Installation Guide
Mounting the handles
Mounting panels to the door and the drawer
Handles will have to be mounted on the panels before
they are applied to the fridge.
Once all brackets and small brackets have been applied
to the panels, you can begin installing the bottom drawer.
Operate as follows:
Drill two holes on the back of the panels according to
the table below 1 .
Operate as follows:
Partially tighten the screw to the fixing
1
1 .
EN
1
Hook the bottom drawer panel starting from the fixings
on the bottom 2 .
2
Place the handle on top of the holes and insert the
screws through the panel and into the handle support 2
.
2
It is now possible to align panels to adjacent cabinets in
height using the lower alignment brackets, 3 tightening
or untightening the screws into position as needed. With
the screw slighty tightened, move the panel sideways to
align it to the other panels on the unit or other adjacent
structures.
3
Handle product code
HV
Lenght
A
HO8
HO7
HO5
1104 mm (43 794 mm (31 644 mm (25 494 mm (19
1/4”)
1/2”)
5/8”)
3/8”)
Distance
900 mm (35 480 mm (18 490 mm (19 340 mm (13
between
3/8”)
1/2”)
7/8”)
1/4”)
fixing points X
Series
899
749
599
899
749
Depth alignment: working from the inside of the drawer,
after lifting up the magnetic seal, adjust the panel position
so it is closer to or further away from the door using the
holes 4 and then secure the panel using the holes 5 .
599
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10
4
11
5
Hook the panel to the fixing devices starting from the
top aligning brackets 6 .
Once the front panel has been adjusted, check that the gasket
has been repositioned correctly to assure the door/drawer
are closing correctly and avoid operational errors of the unit.
6
At this point, alignment between the panel and adjacent cabinets can be adjusted using the alignment
brackets and small brackets 7 and 8 .
Installation
Built-in installation single appliance
For a built-in installation, to close gaps between the appliance and the adjacent cabinets, special side profiles
and aluminum covering frames are provided.
Operate as follows:
Push the appliance into the installation niche 1 .
1
7
8
Vertical alignment: tighten or loosen the screw in the
brackets to raise or lower the panel 9 .
9
If the unit is to be installed inside a niche or within an
enclosed structure, it is necessary to design a ventilation
shaft at the back of the niche to assure proper ventilation
at the back of the unit. A 5 mm gap is sufficient to prevent
overheating. Always mount front panels on door and drawer before pushing the unit into its final position inside the
niche or structure.
Secure the appliance to the adjacent cabinets by fixing
to these the side profiles previously mounted on the appliance 2 .
To make this operation easier keep the door and the drawer open.
2
Depth alignment: working from the inside of the door,
after lifting up the magnetic seal, adjust the panel position so it is closer to or further away from the door using
the holes 10 and then fix the panel in position using the
holes 11 .
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Check the levelling of the appliance, adjusting its feet
and wheels to correct it.
Mount the profiles the covering frames: first insert them
laterally and then push firmly until a “click” is heard 3 .
2
EN
3
Place the two units side by side and join them at the front
attaching the two profi les with the supplied screws 3 .
Attach the bracket on top of the units as per fi gure 4 .
Side profiles mounting
6,5 (¼”)
3
6,5 (¼”)
B
22 (7⁄8”)
22 (7⁄8”)
22 (7⁄8”)
A
4
Wall
or
furniture
20 (¾”)
Appliance
20 (¾”)
Wall
or
furniture
22 (7⁄8”)
A Connecting element
B Alluminium frame
Built-in installation two or more appliances
Required accessories to be ordered separately:
Central connection Kit (KCC)
Special side profiles and aluminum covering frames are
provided for closing gaps between the appliance and the
adjacent cabinets.
Finish off by mounting the central cover frame onto the
central profiles, by pushing it until a click is heard 5 .
5
Operate as follows:
Position the appliances in front of the installation area,
leaving enugh space to operate at their back 1 .
1
Move at the back of the appliances to mount the joining
brackets: fix on side of the top and lower brackets to one
of the appliances and subsequently to the other 2 .
Once completed the previous steps, push the units in
their final position 6 .
If the units are to be installed inside a niche or within an enclosed structure, it is necessary to design a ventilation shaft
at the back of the niche to assure proper ventilation at the
back of the unit. Always mount front panels on door and
drawer before pushing the unit into its final position inside
the niche or structure.
Check the levelling of the appliance, adjusting its feet
and wheels to correct it.
Secure the appliance to the adjacent cabinets by fixing
to these the side profiles previously mounted on the appliance 7 . To make this operation easier keep the door and
the drawer open.
Mount the covering frames onto the profiles, first insert
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Move at the back of the appliances to mount the joining
brackets: fix one side of the top and lower brackets to one
of the appliances and subsequently to the other 2 .
6
2
them laterally and then push firmly until a “click” is heard
8 .
Place the two units side by side and join them at the front
attaching the two profi les with the supplied screws 3 .
Attach the bracket on top of the units as per fi gure 4 .
7
8
3
4
Side and central profiles mounting
22 (7⁄8”)
22 (7⁄8”)
B
E
44,4 (1 ¾”)
Appliance
Wall
or
furniture
20 (¾”)
D
18 (¾”)
A
6,5 (¼”)
6,5 (¼”)
C
13 (½”)
18 (¾”)
20 (¾”)
Wall
or
furniture
6,5 (¼”)
Appliance
A
D
22 (7⁄8”)
6,5 (¼”)
B
22 (7⁄8”)
A Connecting element
B Alluminium frame
D Connecting element
E Aluminium frame
Finish off by mounting the central cover frame onto the
central profiles, by pushing it until a click is heard 5 .
5
Free-standing installation two or more appliances
Required accessories to be ordered separately:
Central Connection Kit (KCC)
Freestanding Kit
Aluminium profiles can be used to close the spaces between the appliance and adjacent structures.
Operate as follows:
Position the appliances in front of the installation area,
leaving enough space to operate at their back.
Peel off the self adhesive protection and apply the insulated anticondensation panel to the side of one appliance
1 .
Attach the side panels to the unit, mounting them on the
side profiles 7 pre-mounted on the unit.
1
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Installation Guide
Attach the aluminum cover 8 to each side profile, pressing onto them until they ‘click’ together.
1 5⁄8”
)
59 (2 3⁄8”)
45 (
8
152
EN
(6”)
1
2x
Mount the top panel 9 on top of the unit, using the
screws provided with the kit.
9
6x
Mark up the holes position on the wall 2 .
2
Adjust the height of the unit with the leveling feet and
the back wheels.
Drill the wall with an 8 mm (3/8”) bit and insert the expansion plug 3 .
Side panels and central profile mounting
3
Appliance
6,5 (¼”)
6,5 (¼”)
Appliance
6,5 (¼”)
6,5 (¼”)
H
22 (7⁄8”)
22 (7⁄8”)
B
D
E
44,4 (1 ¾”)
20 (¾”)
D
25 (1”)
A
22 (7⁄8”)
18 (¾”)
20 (¾”)
A
18 (¾”)
H
B
25 (1”)
22 (7⁄8”)
D Central Connection
E Central covering and connection system
G Lateral connecting element
H Side panel
Reposition the bracket and fix it first to the cabinet and
then to the wall 4 .
Anti-tipping safety assembly
4
To prevent the appliance from tipping over an extra-long
kit is vailable up on request if the appliance needs to remain distanced from the wall, it is mandatory to install two
brackets on the upper part of the appliance for fixing it
securely to the wall.
Operate as follows:
The brackets should be applied as illustrated using the
provided screws and expansion plugs.
Place a bracket on the top of the appliance in correspondence to the fixing holes and against the wall 1 .
To avoid danger of the appliance tipping over it is mandatory
to secure the appliance to the wall by means of two special
brackets.
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Mounting the handles on stainless front
To mount the handles onto the door and the drawer operate
as follows:
Operate as follows:
Insert the two handle spacers onto the supports already
available on the door and the drawer 1 .
Holes can be in any shape and size, as long as the total
area of the punched part equals 50% of the kickplate are.
In this case, to guarantee a better air flow, it is advisable
to remove the front grille included with the unit. The grille is
secured to the unit with magnetic plates and can be easily
removed even by the end user, to provide for regular cleaning procedures and remove dust.
If the grille is partially covered by the kitchen kickplate, it
is advisable to remove the grille in order to provide for a
better airflow.
1
C
B
C
A
899 Series 749 Series 599 Series
Screw in the Allen screws available on the handle 2 .
2
A
860 (33 7⁄8”)
740 (29 1⁄8”)
B
> 100 (4”)
C
10 (3⁄8”)
560 (22”)
50%
The air intake and outlet must not be blocked or covered
in any way. They also need to be dusted/cleaned on a
regular basis.
The screws must be tightened in by means of a 2.5 mm
(1/8”) hex wrench.
Ventilation
Integrated and Classic Series
100 (4”)
A forced air system assures ventilation through a grille positioned in the lower front part of the unit. If the kitchen
design includes a kickplate, the latter has to be punched
in order to maintain a satisfactory air flow, as described in
the drawing.
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Installation Guide
Start up
StandPlus and X-Pro Series
Ventilation is insured by a forced air system through a grille
located in the upper part of the appliance.
This grille should never be covered by panels or any other
devices that could reduce its efficiency.
Please refer to page 5-6 to ensure correct air circulation.
To start the appliance, connect the plug to the electrical
mains: at this point, when opening the door, the control
panel will usually visualize the message “Stand by”, and all
the panel keys be off
EN
To turn on all the appliance compartments, press the Unit
button for three seconds. The display will show the message “Initial test” for approx. 2 minutes. After this phase the
compressors will start up and remain on until the default
temperature set up in the factory is reached. Do bear in
mind that this condition could last several hours. If the appliance is provided with an Ice Maker, prior to switching it
on make sure that the water filter cartridge is installed, then
fill the water system. To this purpose switch off the Ice Makerand performe a manual clean procedure. At the end
switch the Ice Maker on again by touching the
button.
Post installation control
FRIDGE
UNIT
Check that the front levelling feet have been properly
installed.
3
3.4
Before starting
Before starting
Electronic Control
Main control panel
UNIT
Check the perfect alignment of the appliance with
adjacent structures.
Check that all adhesive tape and external or internal
temporary protective devices have been removed.
Check the perfect closing of the doors and the smooth
sliding of the drawers and shelves.
FRIDGE
1
2
3
4
5
6
ENTER
ICE MAKER
7
8
9
1
Unit
Switches the appliance (all compartments) between ON and STAND BY
(press for three seconds).
2
Fridge
Allows switching on and off of only the refrigerator compartment
(press for three seconds).
3
Menu
Allows access to the appliance function menu
4
Up/down
Fridge
Using the Up and Down buttons, it is possible to change the set temperature of the refrigerator and navigate through the interactive menu.
5
Display
It shows the temperature of the refrigerator and freezer compartments,
the date and time, Menu functions and visual messages.
6
Up/Down
Freezer
(TriMode)
By selecting Up/Down the preset temperature can be changed according to the selected function mode (freezer, refrigerator, Crisper-Fresco).
7
Enter
8
Ice maker
Allows activating or deactivating the automatic ice production.
9
Alarm
Blinks to signal user alerts such as door left open, also in combination with
a sound signal which can be deactivated by pressing the button.
8
3
Crisper-Fresco control panel
The innovative electronic control system designed by Fhiaba maintains constant temperature in multiple compartments and
displays it on the control panel. It also allows user interaction making it possible to personalize settings of various functions and
to alert the user with sound and/or visual messages should any malfunction occur in the appliance.
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3.6
CRISPER
3.5
10
11
12
11
Display
Shows the temperature of the Crisper-Fresco compartment.
12
Up/Down
Using the Up and Down buttons, it is possible to change the
temperature set for the Crisper-Fresco compartment.
13
Crisper
Allows switching on and off of only the Crisper-Fresco compartment
(press
for three seconds).
English
Check that the electrical connection is correctly installed and that the multipole switch and socket are easily
accessible.
For further information about the appliance operation,
refer to the User Manual.
Français
Check that the connection to the water system does
not have any leaks and that the closing tap is easily accessible.
Confirms activation or deactivation of the selections made in the
Menu.
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If at the first start - up the message Stand by does not appear, but other messages appear, such as Fridge too warm,
Fresco too warm, Freezer too warm, or sound signals are activated, it means that the appliance has already started the
cooling process. If this is the case, deactivate any possible
acoustic signals by pressing the Alarm button, close the door
and wait until the set temperature is reached.
It is necessary to let the unit reach the correct temperature
before foods are stored inside.
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