Refrigerator - freezer combination Instructions for Use

Refrigerator - freezer combination Instructions for Use
Refrigerator - freezer combination
Instructions for Use
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
CAREFULLY READ THE INSTRUCTION MANUAL. If instructions are not
followed, there is a risk of injury, damage of the appliance and loss of the right to
free warranty service. We recommend to keep the Instruction manual the whole
time you have the appliance. When you sell the appliance pass the Instruction
manual to the new owner of the appliance.
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WARNING!
Do not cover the ventilation holes at the top and on the sides of the
appliance.
Do not use any mechanical means or electrical devices to hasten the thawing
process when cleaning the freezer compartment.
Do not use electrical appliances inside the food storage compartments of the
appliance, unless they are of the type recommended by the manufacturer.
If the supply cord is damaged it must be replaced by the manufacturer,
manufacturer service agent or a similarly qualified person, in order to avoid a
hazard.
Disposal of the appliance should be according to national rules.
Do not damage the appliance refrigeration system. It contains the refrigerant
gas R600a. If the refrigeration system is damaged:
• Do not use any open flame.
• Avoid sparks―do not turn on any electrical appliances or lighting
fixtures.
• Immediately ventilate the room.
Do not allow children to play with the appliance or to plug it in or unplug from
the electricity supply socket. Do not allow children to play with the packaging
material from the appliance.
This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and
persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of
experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction
concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards
involved.
Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children without
supervision.
The appliance should be used only for freezing and storing foodstuffs.
This appliance is not designed for the storage of explosive substances such
as aerosol cans with a flammable propellant.
It is prohibited to store petrol and other flammable liquids near the appliance.
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CONNECTION TO THE MAINS
The appliance should only be connected to an earthed socket installed in
accordance with the regulations. Make sure that the supply voltage
corresponds with the voltage marked on the rating label. This product
complies with all binding CE labelling directives.. The earthed electrical
socket by which the appliance is connected to the mains should be in an
accessible place.
– IF THE APPLIANCE IS PRODUCED WITH THE SPECIAL SUPPLY CORD
IT CAN BE EXCHANGED ONLY BY THE SAME SPECIAL SUPPLY CORD
PROVIDED BY THE MANUFACTURER.
– TO AVOID HAZARDS, DAMAGED POWER SUPPLY CORDS SHOULD
ONLY BE REPLACED BY THE MANUFACTURER, A MAINTENANCE
TECHNICIAN OR A PERSON WITH AN EQUIVALENT QUALIFICATION.
– DO NOT USE extension cords or connectors (adapters), or hubs.
– When positioning the appliance, be careful that the electrical cord isn’t
squeezed in order to avoid its damage. Do not store heavy objects such as
cooling devices, furniture or other domestic devices next the appliance in
such a way that they could squeeze and damage the electrical cord. This can
cause a short circuit and a fire.
– Make sure that the plug of the electrical cord is not squeezed by the back
wall of the appliance or otherwise damaged. A damaged plug can be the
cause of a fire!
– ATTENTION! DO NOT REMOVE THE COVER OF THE LIGHT EMITTING
DIODE (LED) LUMINAIRE! If the cooling appliance is equipped with light
emitting diode (LED) luminaire and the lighting is not functioning, please
contact a maintenance technician to have it replaced. THE LUMINAIRE CAN
BE REPLACED ONLY BY A MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN!
• If the appliance is unplugged (for cleaning, moving to another place, etc.), it
may be repeatedly switched ON AFTER 15 MIN.
• It is forbidden to use a technically damaged appliance.
• The appliance can’t be disposed of by burning.
• Do not place any switched on electrical devices (such as microwave ovens,
hair dryers, irons, electric kettles or other electrical devices) on top of the
appliance because this may cause ignition of plastic parts.
• Do not place any dishes with liquids on top of the appliance and do not keep
flowers in vases or other liquid-filled vessels on the appliance.
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Do not climb on or sit on the appliance, do not lean on or hang on the
appliance doors and do not allow children to do this.
IF THE APPLIANCE IS OUT OF ORDER AND IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO
REPAIR IT BY MEANS OF GIVEN RECOMMENDATIONS, UNPLUG IT,
OPEN THE DOORS AND CALL THE SERVICE EXPERT. ONLY A
SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE CAN REMEDY ALL TECHNICAL OR
CONSTRUCTION FAULTS.
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION INFORMATION
This symbol indicates that once the appliance is no longer needed, it cannot
be disposed together with other miscellaneous municipal waste. It should be
collected and eliminated separately, i.e. in containers specially marked with
this symbol in large-dimension rubbish collection areas. Full information on
where to submit the old appliance safety can be obtained from local
government authorities, the shop where you bought the appliance or the
manufacturer’s representatives.
If you decided to scrap the appliance, make it impossible to use in order to prevent
possible misadventure. Pull out the electric plug from the electricity supply socket and
then cut off the cord. Tear off the gasket. Break the door lock if any.
WARNING! Do not dismantle the appliance yourself. Pass it on to recycling
companies.
GENERAL INFORMATION
The appliance is a two–compartment refrigerator-freezer combination.
The refrigerator compartment is designed for the brief storage of fresh food.
The freezer compartment is designed for the freezing and long-term storage of food
products.
THE APPLIANCE IS ECOLOGICALLY CLEAN, CONTAINING NO MATERIALS HARMFUL TO
THE OZONE LAYER: the refrigerant used is R600a, the foaming agent used for the
appliance insulation is cyclopentane C5H10.
THE MANUFACTURER GUARANTEES RELIABLE OPERATION OF THE REFRIGERATOR
WHEN THE RELATIVE AIR HUMIDITY NOT GREATER THAN 70 PER CENT AND THE
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE IS:
+16 TO +32 DEGREES CELSIUS (Climate class N);
+16 TO +38 DEGREES CELSIUS (Climate class ST).
+16 TO +43 DEGREES CELSIUS (Climate class T).
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Product data sheet
Model
RF27SM
RF31SM
Category ¹)
RF32SM
RF34SMZ1xx233
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Fridge net volume, L
Freezer net volume, L
173
191
233
214
54
88
54
88
Actual consumption will depend on how the appliance is used and where it is located
Energy efficiency class ²)
A++
A+
A++
A+
A++
A+
A+++
Annual energy consumption ³),
kWh/annum
179
219
204
248
196
238
147
Climate class
N-ST
N
N-ST
N
N-ST
N
N-T
6
7,5
4
Frost-free: refrigeration unit
yes
Frost-free: freezer unit
Freezing capacity, kg / 24 h
no
6
7,5
Temperature rise time, h
18
Dimensions: (H /W), cm
150 / 60
(D), cm
65
8
12
20
20
176 / 60
62
65
Noise level, dB(A) re1pW
62
65
18
25
176 / 60
185/60
62
40
Construction
65
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Freestanding
Electrical Data: see in the product label
NOTE. The manufacturer reserves the right to make future changes to technical parameters and
specifications.
¹)
1 = Refrigerator with one or more fresh-food storage compartments,
2 = Refrigerator-cellar, Cellar and Wine storage appliances,
3 = Refrigerator-chiller and Refrigerator with a 0-star compartment,
4 = Refrigerator with a one-star compartment, 5 = Refrigerator with a two-star compartment,
6 = Refrigerator with a three-star compartment, 7 = Refrigerator-freezer,
8 = Upright freezer, 9 = Chest freezer, 10 = Multi-use and other refrigerating appliances
²)
³)
A+++ (most efficient) to D (least efficient)
Annual energy consumption (AE C ) in kWh per year, based on standard test results for 24 hours.
Actual energy consumption will depend on how the appliance is used and where it is located.
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1
2
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One-star compartment with nominal temperature of -6°C
Two-star compartment with nominal temperature of -12°C
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Three-star compartment with nominal temperature of -18°C
4
Food freezer compartment (four-star compartment) with nominal temperature of -18°C
Climate class: This appliance is intended to be used at an ambient temperature between lowest and
highest temperature: SN = 10°C-32°C, N = 16°C-32°C, ST = 16°C-38°C, T = 16°C-43°C
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Product data sheet
Model
RF34SM
RF35SM
RF36SM
RF39SM
214
191
233
245
88
119
88
88
Category ¹)
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Fridge net volume, L
Freezer net volume, L
Actual consumption will depend on how the appliance is used and where it is located
Energy efficiency class ²)
A++
A+
A++
A+
A++
A+
A++
A+
Annual energy consumption
³), kWh/annum
212
256
223
270
217
262
222
266
Climate class
N-ST
N
N-ST
N
N-ST
N
N-ST
N
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Frost-free: refrigeration unit
yes
Frost-free: freezer unit
no
Freezing capacity, kg / 24 h
8
Temperature rise time, h
Dimensions: (H /W), cm
(D), cm
12
8
20
185 / 60
65
12
8
20
20
194,5 / 60
62
65
194,5 / 60
62
Noise level, dB(A) re1pW
65
12
20
62
200 / 60
65
62
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Construction
Freestanding
Electrical Data: see in the product label
NOTE. The manufacturer reserves the right to make future changes to technical parameters and
specifications.
¹)
1 = Refrigerator with one or more fresh-food storage compartments,
2 = Refrigerator-cellar, Cellar and Wine storage appliances,
3 = Refrigerator-chiller and Refrigerator with a 0-star compartment,
4 = Refrigerator with a one-star compartment, 5 = Refrigerator with a two-star compartment,
6 = Refrigerator with a three-star compartment, 7 = Refrigerator-freezer,
8 = Upright freezer, 9 = Chest freezer, 10 = Multi-use and other refrigerating appliances
²)
³)
A+++ (most efficient) to D (least efficient)
Annual energy consumption (AE C ) in kWh per year, based on standard test results for 24 hours.
Actual energy consumption will depend on how the appliance is used and where it is located.
4)
1
2
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One-star compartment with nominal temperature of -6°C
Two-star compartment with nominal temperature of -12°C
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Three-star compartment with nominal temperature of -18°C
4
Food freezer compartment (four-star compartment) with nominal temperature of -18°C
Climate class: This appliance is intended to be used at an ambient temperature between lowest and
highest temperature: SN = 10°C-32°C, N = 16°C-32°C, ST = 16°C-38°C, T = 16°C-43°C
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DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLIANCE, BASIC PARTS
THE APPLIANCE ACCESSORIES LISTED BELOW MAY DIFFER FROM THE
ACCESSORIES OF THE APPLIANCE YOU HAVE BOUGHT IN QUANTITY AND IN
DESIGN. This description is adapted for entire group of two–compartment
refrigerator-freezer combinations.*
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A – Refrigerator compartment
B – freezer compartment
The transparent drawer 5 moves on roller
bearings 22. The drawer can be removed
by pulling it out, and lifting it off the rails.
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Thermostat knob
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On / off switch for interior light
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Interior light block
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Adjustable height shelves*
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Drawer (in RF34SM-Z1**233)*
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Glass shelf
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Fruit and vegetable boxes
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Section for small food products
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Fast-freeze section
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Frozen products section(s)*
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Thaw water channel
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Egg tray
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Adjustable height door trays*
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Condenser
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Thaw water drip tray
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Compressor
PREPARING THE APPLIANCE FOR OPERATION
It is recommended to prepare the appliance for operation with a helper.
• Remove package. Lift the appliance away from foamed polystyrene base. Tear off
adhesive tapes.
• When positioning the appliance in chosen location, it will move more easily into
position if you lift the front a little and incline it backward, allowing it to roll on its
casters. Never lift or push the appliance holding their handles as they may
break.
• Remove all red-coloured parts from the
shelves (fig. 2.). Tear away the red-coloured
adhesive tapes from the door trays – they are
intended only for the transport of the
appliance.
NOTE. When you open the freezer compartment door a little red packing detail will fall
out – IT IS FOR TRANSPORTATION PURPOSES ONLY.
•  Take two supports 1 from the bag and insert
them into the guides 2 at the top back part of the
appliance (see picture).
• If the appliance is brought in from the cold
(temperature is not higher than +12 °C), you
should wait for two hours before connecting it to the mains.
The appliance should not be connected to the mains until all packing and
transport materials aren’t removed. Suitably dispose the packaging material.
POSITIONING
 Place the appliance in a dry, well ventilated room.
WARNING! The appliance should not be operated in an unheated room
or porch. Place the appliance away from heat sources such as kitchen
stove/oven, radiators, or direct sunlight.
WARNING! The appliance must not touch any pipes for heating, gas or
water supply, or any other electrical devices.
 Do not cover the ventilation holes at the top of the appliances –
it must be a good air circulation around the appliance. There
should be a gap of at least 10 cm between the top of the
appliance body and any furniture that may be above it (see
fig.). If this requirement is not followed, the appliance consumes
more electrical energy and its compressor may overheat. 
 The appliance must stand on a level surface and must not touch
the wall. If necessary, regulate the height of the appliance by
adjusting the levelling feet: by turning them clockwise – the
front of the appliance rises, by turning them counter clockwise –
it comes down. If the appliance is tilted slightly backward – the
doors will close by themselves.
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 If the appliance is placed in a corner, a gap must be left between the appliance body
and the wall so that the freezer compartment door can be opened enough to pull out
the frozen product drawer (see picture).
600 mm
600 mm
RF39SM-S1**21, RF36SM-S1**21, RF35SM-S1**21
RF39SM-P1**22, RF36SM-P1**22, RF35SM-P1**22
RF34SM-S1**21, RF31SM-S1**21, RF32SM-S1**21
RF34SM-P1**22, RF34SM-Z1**23, RF31SM-P1**22
RF27SM-S1**21
RF27SM-P1**22
TEMPERATURE REGULATION
The temperature in the refrigerator compartment is controlled using the thermostat
knob 1 (fig. 1) by turning it to one side or the other. The temperature indication in
digits is shown beside the thermostat knob.
The temperature is regulated on the scale of seven digits:
0 = Compressor is switched off. W A R N I N G ! Electric current is not switched off.
1 = highest temperature (lowest cooling)
7 = lowest temperature (highest cooling)
If foodstuffs in the refrigerator compartment are too cold, set the thermostat knob to 1,
2 or 3. If foodstuffs in the refrigerator compartment are not being chilled sufficiently,
set the thermostat knob to 4, 5 or 6. Please set the desired temperature in the
appliance according to your own requirements.
THE TEMPERATURE IN THE REFRIGERATOR COMPARTMENT MAY VARY DEPENDING ON
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE, THE AMOUNT OF FOODSTUFFS, THE TEMPERATURE OF THE
FOODSTUFFS, AND HOW OFTEN THE APPLIANCE DOORS ARE OPENED AND CLOSED.
Therefore we recommend:
• locate the appliance away from heat sources,
• do not put hot foodstuffs in the refrigerator compartment – they must be
cooled down to room temperature,
• appliance door must not to be left open,
• the appliance door should not be open longer than it is necessary to take out or put in
foodstuffs.
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IF THE ROOM IS COOL, THE APPLIANCE COOLS LESS. THE TEMPERATURE IN
THE APPLIANCE MAY THEREFORE RISE. Use the thermostat wheel to set a lower
temperature.
FREEZING OF FOODSTUFFS
When freezing large quantities of fresh food, the thermostat knob should be set to 7.
Place fresh food prepared for freezing in one or two lines in the rapid freezing
compartment marked with the symbol
After 24 hours the frozen food products should be replaced from the quick-freeze
section to the storage section drawer(s) (Fig. 1). When the products are frozen, the
thermostat wheel should be set at its earlier position.
• DO NOT EXCEED THE MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF FROZEN FOOD INDICATED IN THE
PRODUCTS DATA SHEET.
• Leave not less than 3 cm gap between a top of frozen products and a bottom of
drawer, which is over them.
Do not place unwrapped foodstuffs in the freezer sections.
Fresh food for freezing should not touch already frozen foodstuffs.
Do not freeze foodstuffs that are warmer than the room temperature.
WARNING! Do not freeze liquid foodstuffs in glass vessels or bottles.
Strictly observe the frozen foodstuffs validity dates indicated by the manufacturer on
the product packaging.
• WE RECOMMEND THAT FROZEN FISH AND SAUSAGE SHOULD BE STORED IN THE
FREEZER COMPARTMENT NOT LONGER THAN 6 MONTHS; CHEESE, POULTRY, PORK,
LAMB – NOT MORE THAN 8 MONTHS; BEEF, FRUIT AND VEGETABLES – NOT
LONGER THAN 12 MONTHS.
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DEFROSTING
THE REFRIGERATOR COMPARTMENT defrosts automatically. Drops of ice that form on
the back wall of the refrigerator compartment thaw during the time the compressor is
not working and the thaw water runs down the thaw water runoff channel to the tray
on top of the compressor (Fig. 1), where it evaporates.
FREEZER COMPARTMENT should be thawed not less than twice a year or when a layer
of ice thicker than 5 mm forms in it. Do the actions below in the order they are listed:
I M P O R T A N T ! Turn off the appliance – unplug the power supply cord plug
from the electrical socket.
• Remove foodstuffs from freezer compartment. The frozen foodstuffs will not warm up
too much while you are thawing the freezer compartment if you cover them with a
thick cloth and keep them in a cool place.
• Remove the thaw water chamfer, turn it 180 º and
place in front of the freezer compartment (Fig. 4).
Place a bowl under the thaw water chamfer.
• Place a dish under the thaw water channel. Leave
door of freezer compartment open.
• When the ice melts, clean and wipe dry the surfaces
and fixtures of the freezer compartment.
• Remove the melt water channel, turn it by 180° again
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and put it back in its original place.
• Close the appliance door. Plug in and turn on the appliance.
CLEANING AND CARE
REGULARLY CLEAN THE APPLIANCE!
Remember that before defrosting the freezer compartment and
cleaning the back part of the appliance body you must disconnect the
appliance from the electrical energy supply socket by pulling the plug
out of the electricity outlet.
• Protect the appliance inner surfaces and plastic parts from fats, acids and sauces. In
case of accidental spills – immediately clean with warm soapy water or dishwashing
detergent. Wipe dry.
• Clean the appliance inner surfaces with warm soapy water.
Dishwashing detergent may also be used.
• Wipe dry inner and outer surfaces.
• Regularly clean the hermetic gaskets of the doors. Wipe dry.
• Regularly wash the trays and other accessories.
• ◄ REGULARLY CLEAN THE THAW WATER CHANNEL SPACE
WITH A SPECIAL CLEANER FOR THAT PURPOSE (see picture).
• At least once a year clean dust away from the back part of the
appliance body and the compressor. A soft brush, electrostatic
cloth or vacuum cleaner may be used for cleaning.
• DO NOT use detergents containing abrasive particles, acid,
alcohol or benzene for cleaning the appliance inner and outer surfaces.
• DO NOT use for cleaning cloths or sponges that have coarse surfaces intended for
scrubbing.
PRACTICAL TIPS AND OBSERVATIONS
• Strictly observe the foodstuff validity time indicated by the manufacturer on the
product packaging.
• Do not keep bananas in the refrigerator – these fruits are sensitive to cold.
• Do not keep prepared food and ready-to-cook (“heat and eat”) food in the same
container.
• Store in an airtight container in the appliance any foodstuffs that have a strong odour
(e.g. fresh fish, pâté de foie gras goose liver pâté, and cheese).
• Frozen foodstuffs should be thawed in the refrigerator compartment. Food that thaws
slowly retains better flavour properties and spread cold will help to maintain the set
temperature in the refrigerator compartment.
• Do not consume ice made in the freezer compartment straight away.
• Products will freeze more quickly if they are divided up and packed in small portions.
• IF THE APPLIANCE IS TO BE LEFT SWITCHED OFF FOR AN EXTENDED
PERIOD, LEAVE ITS DO ORS OPEN.
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R e m a r k s o n t h e a p p l i a n c e o p e r a t i n g n o i s e . As the appliance
operates and goes through the freezing cycle, various noises will be emitted.
This is normal and is not a sign of any malfunction.
• As the refrigerant circulates around the refrigeration system, it causes sounds like
murmuring, bubbling, or rustling.
• Louder sounds like popping or clicking may be heard for a short time as the
refrigerator’s compressor switches on.
CHANGING THE OPENING DIRECTION OF THE DOORS
It is recommended that changing the opening direction of the doors should be done
with a helper. You will need two spanners No. 8 and No. 10 and a head screwdriver.
When changing the opening direction of the doors, YOU CAN NOT lay the
refrigerator horizontally!
Do the actions below in the order they are listed:
W A RN I N G ! Turn off the appliance and pull the plug out of the electricity
supply socket.
1. Remove the covers c from the body of the refrigerator and of the inner side of the
door. Also remove the upper bracket 6 together with the nut and washers and the
spacer under the bracket.
2. Remove the door of the refrigerator compartment 1. Remove the stopper 5 from
the bottom of it. On the other side of the door attach the stopper intended for doors
that open on the left (you will find it in the packet).
3. Remove the middle bracket 4 together with the washers on the axle and the plastic
spacer.
4. Remove the freezer compartment door 3.
5. Remove the bottom cover 11 together with the small cover 10.
6. Remove the bottom bracket 2 together with the washers on the axle and the plastic
spacer. Unscrew the axle with the washers and screw it into the aperture provided
on the other side.
7. Unscrew the bracket 7 and counterchange brackets 2 and 7.
8. Remove plugs 8 from the partition wall, separating freezer and refrigerator
compartments, and place them into holes on the opposite side.
9. Remove covers a of handle fixing screws and unscrew these screws. Transfer
handles to the other side. Impress plugs b (you‘ll find them in package) into empty
holes in doors.
10. Remove plug 9 of the freezer compartment door and impress it in the opposite side.
11. Hang the freezer compartment door 3 on the axle of bracket 2 on the opposite side
of refrigerator.
12. Turn the bracket 4 together with plastic spacer at 1800 and counterchange washers,
located on axle, on top and bottom of the bracket. Having the bracket axle placed in
door of freezer, screww it on the opposite side of refrigerator.
13. Hang the refrigerator compartment door on the axle of bracket 4.
14. Turn the bracket 6 around 180° together with the washers on the axle and the
plastic spacer. Remove the axle and the washers and reattach them on the other
side of the bracket. Having the axle of bracket 6 placed into the door of refrigerator
compartment door, screw the bracket into lower holes on the opposite side of
refrigerator. Cover the bracket and remaining empty hole with covers c.
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15. Place the cover 10 to the guides of the bottom cover 11 on the opposite side and
place the bottom cover 11 in its former place.
OPERATION PROBLEMS AND THEIR SOLUTIONS
(TROUBLESHOOTING)
What if …
• The appliance is plugged in to the mains but it does not work. Check that your
house electricity supply installations are in order. Check that the plug is correctly
inserted into the electricity supply socket.
• The noise has become louder. Check that the appliance is standing stable, on a
level place. To make it level, regulate the front feet. Check if the appliance is not
touching any furniture, and that no part of the refrigeration system at the back part of
the appliance body is touching the wall. Pull the appliance away from any furniture or
walls. Check that the cause of increased noise isn’t due to bottles, cans or dishes in
the appliance that might be touching each other.
• Water has appeared at the bottom of the refrigerator compartment. Check
whether a thaw water channel space isn’t blocked. Clean the thaw water channel
space with a cleaner intended for that purpose.
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• Water has appeared on the tempered glass shelves. Food items or dishes in
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the refrigeration compartment are touching the back wall of the compartment. Do not
let food items or dishes touch the back wall.
Moisture dripping from under the glass shelves. If you placed many containers
with liquids on the shelf, moisture can condense and drip onto the shelf below. Move
some containers with liquids onto other shelves.
Water has appeared under the appliance. The thaw water collection tray has
slipped off the compressor. Place the tray on top of the compressor.
When the appliance door is opened, the rubber sealing gasket pulls out. The
gasket is smeared with sticky foodstuffs (fat, syrup). Clean the sealing gasket and the
groove for it with warm water containing soap or dishwashing detergent and wipe dry.
Put the rubber sealing gasket back into the place.
High temperature in appliance, the compressor operation pauses are short.
Ascertain whether the appliance doors are shutting tightly, whether the door wasn’t
kept open longer than necessary when taking out or putting in foodstuffs or whether
a large amount of warm food was placed in the appliance.
The top of the appliance has condensation on it. The ambient relative air
humidity is above 70 %. Ventilate the room where the appliance stands and if
possible remove the cause of the humidity.
TRANSPORT
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THE MANUFACTURER WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE OF THE APPLIANCE
THAT RESULTS FROM NON-COMPLIANCE WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS FOR
TRANSPORTATION.
The appliance should be transported in the vertical position.
When being transported, the appliance should be protected from atmospheric
conditions (rain, snow, dampness).
The appliance should be firmly secured in place while being transported, to avoid
slippage or any shocks in the transport vehicle.
If the appliance was transported not vertically, it may be connected to the
mains after 4 hours at least. If this is not done, the appliance compressor
may fail.
WARRANTY SERVICE
IF YOUR APPLIANCE IS NOT WORKING PROPERLY, ASCERTAIN WHETHER YOU CAN
REMEDY THE CAUSE OF THE FAULTY FUNCTIONING OF THE APPLIANCE YOURSELF. If
you cannot solve the problem yourself, contact the nearest refrigerator service
representative by telephone or in writing. When making contact, necessarily indicate
the refrigerator model and number. You will find this data on the product label, which
is glued to the left wall of the refrigerator compartment near the fruit and vegetable
trays.
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