Gaggenau RS4953000W0 Refrigerator Operating instructions

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Table of Contents

Congratulations

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Safety and warning

information

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Before you switch ON the appliance ...........

Technical safety ............................

Important information when using the appliance ....................

Children in the household ....................

General requirements ........................

Information concerning disposal ............

Disposal of packaging .......................

Disposal of your old appliance ................

Installation of the appliance .................

Important information ........................

Installation location ..........................

Installation in comers ........................

Transport ..................................

Connecting the appliance to the water supply ..........................

Electrical connection ........................

Fitting the water filter cartridge ................

Aligning the appliance .......................

Your new appliance ........................

Fascia ....................................

Switching on the appliance .................

Selecting the temperature

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Set refrigerator compartment temperature ......

Set freezer compartment temperature ..........

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Control

functions

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Temperature-alarm .........................

Quick freeze ...............................

Super .....................................

Holiday mode ..............................

Door alarm .................................

Setup mode ...............................

Filter change display .........................

DispJay On/Off ..............................

Ice and water dispenser ....................

When switching on your new appliance, observe the following ........................

Ice-maker On/Off ...........................

Operating the ice maker ......................

Drinking water quality ........................

Dispensing water ...........................

Dispensing ice ..............................

Removing and cleaning the water collecting tray ......................

Removing and cleaning the ice cube container .......................

Inserting the ice cube container ...............

Locking ice and water dispenser ..............

Ice and water dispenser light ..................

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Fridge ....................................

Store food as follows: ........................

When storing food, comply with the following; ....................

When buying food, please note: ...............

Fruit and vegetable container with controllable ventilation ...................

Fruit and vegetable compartment with automatic ventilation ....................

"CooFfresh" compartment ...................

Chiller compartment .........................

Variable arrangement of the fridge compartment ..................

Freezer compartment ......................

Stonng deep-frozen food .....................

Freezing food yourself .......................

How to wrap food correctly: ..................

Freezing capacity ...........................

Storage duration of the frozen food ............

Thawing frozen food .........................

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arrangement of freezer compartment

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Water filter ................................

Changing the filter cartridge ..................

Water filter information .......................

Technical details ............................

General conditions for use ....................

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How to save energy ........................

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Operating

noises

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Normal noises ..............................

Noises which can be easily rectified ............

Defrosting ................................

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Switching off the appliance .................

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Disconnecting the appliance ................

Short penods of non-use

(less than < 3 months) .......................

For extended periods of non-use

(longer than> 3 months) and at room temperatures below 13 °C .............

Cleaning the appliance .....................

Eliminating minor faults yourself ............

Before you call customer service ..............

Refrigerator and freezer compartments .........

Changing the bulb .........................

Top fridge light .............................

Bottom fndge light ..........................

Top freezer coml3artment light ................

Bottom freezer compartment light .............

Changing the bulb on the ice and water dispenser .........................

Call customer service / Product label ........

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Congratulations A Safety and warning

information

With the purchase of your new fndge-freezer you have opted for a modem, high-quality domestic appliance.

Your fridge-freezer is distinguished by its economical energy consumption.

Each appliance which leaves our factory is inspected thoroughly to ensure that it functions properly and is in perfect condition.

If you have any questions - particularly concerning installation and connection of the appliance - please do not hesitate to contact our customer service.

Further information and a selection of our products can be !ound on our home page:

Please read these operating instructions as well as the installation instructions and all information enclosed with the appliance and follow accordingly.

Retain all documents for subsequent use or for the next owner.

Before you switch ON the appliance

Please read the operating and installation instructions carefully.

They contain important information on how to install, use and maintain the appliance.

Keep all documentation for subsequent use or for the next owner,

Technical

safety

Only customer service may change the power cord and carry out any other repairs. Improper installations and repairs may put the user at considerable risk.

Important

information when using the appliance

• Never use electrical appliances inside the appliance

(e.g. heaters, electrtc ice makers, etc.}. Risk of explosion!

NEVER use a steam cleaner to defrost or clean the appliance. Steam may come into contact with electrical components and cause a short-circuit or an electric shock.

• Do not store products which contain flammable propellants (e, g. spray cans) or explosive substances in the appliance. Explosion hazard!

• Do not stand or support yourself on the base, drawers or doors, etc.

Before defrosting and cleaning the appliance, pull out the mains plug or switch off the fuse.

Do not pull out the mains plug by tugging the cable.

Potties which contain a high percentage of alcohol must be sealed and stored in an upright position.

Keep plastic parts and the door seal free of oil and grease. Otherwise, parts and door seal will become porous.

• Never cover or block the ventilation openings for the appliance.

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Information

concerning disposal

• Do not store bottled or canned drinks (especially carbonated drinks) in the freezer compartment.

Bottles and cans may explode!

• Do not put an ice Icily or ice cube directly from the freezer compartment into your mouth. Risk of burns from very low temperatures!

• Never touch frozen food with wet hands. Your hands could freeze to the food. Risk of injury!

Do not scrape off hoarfrost or stuck frozen food with a knife or pointed object.

Children in the household

• Do not allow children to play with the appliance!

• If the appPiance features a lock, keep the key out of the reach of children.

General requirements

The appliance is suitable

• for refrigerating food,

* for freezing food,

• for making ice.

The appliance is designed for domestic use.

The appliance has been interference-suppressed in compliance with EU Directive 89/336/EEC.

The refrigerant circuit has been tested for leaks.

Disposal of packaging

The packaging protects your appliance from damage during transit. All packaging materials are environmentally friendly and recyclable. Please contribute to a better environment by disposing of packaging materials in an environmentally friendly manner.

Please ask your dealer or inquire at your local authority about current means of disposal.

A Keep children away from packaging and its parts.

Danger of suffocation from folding cartons and plastic film!

Disposal

of your old appliance

Old appliances are not worthless rubbish! Valuable raw materials can be reclaimed by recycling old appliances.

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This appliance has been identified in accordance the European directive 2002/96/EG on Waste

Electrical and Electronic Equipment - WEEE).

The directive specifies the framework for an

EU-wide valid return and recycling of old appliances.

A Redundant appliances:

• Cut off the power cord and discard with the mains plug.

• Remove doors.

• To prevent children from climbing into the appliance, do not remove shelves and baskets.

Refrigerators contain refrigerants and the insulation contains gases. Refrigerant and gases must be disposed of properly. Ensure that tubing of the refrigerant circuit is not damaged prior to proper disposal.

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Installation of the appliance

Important information

These instructions are intended to help with the installation of your new appliance.

The manufacturer cannot be made liable for incorrect instarlation.

We recommend that installation is carried out by our customer service.

The appliance may be connected only by an authorised fitter

according

to these installation instructions.

Always connect the water before the power.

In addition to the statutory national regulations,

observe

the connection conditions of the electricity

and water supply companies.

Keep the installation instructions in a safe place.

Information on

warm housing surfaces

It may occur that the appliance housing feels warm.

This is normaJ and ensures that no condensation can deposit on the housing. This occurs when the appliance is used for the first time, at high outside temperatures or after opening the door frequently.

Installation location

Install the appliance in a dry, well ventilated room.

The installation location should neither be exposed to direct sunlight nor near a heat source, e.g. a cooker, radiator, etc. If installation next to a heat source is unavoidable, use a suitable insulating plate or observe the following minimum distances to a heat source:

• 3 cm to an electric cooker

• 30 cm to an oil or solid-fuel cooker.

The floor on which the appliance is to be installed must be rigid. If required, reinforce the floor. To ensure that the ice maker functions correctly, the appliance must be upright.

Observe ambient

temperature and ventilation

The climatic class can be found on the rating plate and indicates the ambient temperatures at which the appliance can be operated.

Climatic

class

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Permitted ambient temperature

+10 °C to 32 °C

+16 °Cto32 °C

+18 °C to 38 °C

+18 °C to 43 °C

Ventilation

Never cover the ventilation openings in the base panel.

Otherwise, the refrigerating unit must work harder and the power consumption is increased.

On exposed floors or floor coverings such as carpets, tiles, cork or laminate flooring, the ventilation opan_ngs can reduce due to a change in the height of the appliance. In such a case, the appliance must be raised, see Chapter "Aligning the appliance".

Installation in corners

The following minimum clearances must be observed for freestanding or built-in appliances:

Upwards 7 mm

Sides each 0 mm

To the rear 13 mm

The worktop edges must be trimmed to an angte of 45 ° if the worktop has a 25 mm projection.

For fully integrated appliances, the minimum side clearances must be increased:

Left (freezer side):

Right (fridge side):

60 mm

45 mm

This enables the ice-maker, drawers and baskets to be removed completely.

To enable the doors to be fully opened, the minimum side c_earances must be s_ightLyincreased for instal_atian in a comer of a room.

Important information:

For installation in a comer, where the upper part of the appliance is covered completely, measurement must take place above the hinge cover to ensure the correct distance from the floor.

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Transport

• Never transport the appliance horizontally.

If the appliance cannot be transported in an upright position, it should be placed on its back.

After installing the appliance, wait at least Y2hour before switching on the appliance.

During transportation the oil in the compressor may have flowed into the refrigeration system.

Use a trolley for transporting the appliance.

Always load the appliance from the side or rear, never from the front.

Attach the appliance to the trolley with straps.

Pull straps through the handle.

Never tighten the straps excessively to prevent damaging the housing.

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Protect the surface of the appliance during transport, e. g, with blankets or similar.

If the appliance will not fit through the house door, the appliance doors can be unscrewed.

This work must be carned out only by a specialist.

Connecting the appliance to the water supply

All parts required for correct connection to the water supply are provided.

The water may be connected only by a competent fitter according to the local regulations of the appropriate water supply company.

Connect the appliance to a cold water line.

• Minimum pressure: 0.24 Mpa (2.4 bar)

• Maximum pressure up to 0.69 Mpa (6.9 bar)

The 3/4" water tap for connecting the supplied connecting pipe should be freely accessible.

The enclosed connection lines are 3.0 m long.

Taste and odour of the water may be improved by installing the enclosed water filter in the water supply.

If the water connection hose is damaged or has a

leakage, then this should be exchanged with an

original part from the manufacturer which can be bought from the customer service.

Electrical connection

Do not use any extansion cables or distributors.

This appliance must be connected to a permanently installed socket.

The socket to which the appliance is connected must be easily accessible. Connect the appliance to

220-240 V/50 Hz alternating current via a correctly installed earthed socket. The socket must be fused with a 10 A fuse or higher.

If the appliance is to be operated in a non-European

country, check on the rating plate whether the indicated voltage and current type correspond to the values of your mains supply. Information on position

of the rating plate is provided in the Chapter "Call

Customer Service/Rating Plate". The power cord

may be replaced by an electrician only.

A Warning!

Under no circumstances

must the appliance be connected to electronic energy saving plugs and

inverters that convert d.c. into 230 V a.c. (e.g. solar systems, ship's power supplies).

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Fitting the water filter cartridge

The water filter is located at the top right in the fridge.

• Open the cover,

Aligning the appliance

To ensure that the appliance functions correctly, it must be set level with a spirit level

Note:

To ensure that the door closes tightly, the appliance

should stand 6 mm lower at the back than at the front.

An incorrectly aligned appliance can result in water running out of the ice-maker, ice-cubes of unequal size being produced or the doors not closing properly.

1 Place the appliance in the designated location.

• Remove the blue bypass cover.

Retain for future use.

• Remove the filter packaging and insert the filter cartridge, Turn the filter cartridge clockwise until the filter locks in place.

• Close the cover.

With a size 3/8" (9.5 ram) Allan key, tum the two adjusting screws (A) to raise or lower the front of the fridge.

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With an ALlankey, turn the two adjusting screws (B} to raise or lower the back of the fridge.

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With a spirit level check:

Whether the appliance is level on the sides.

Whether the appliance is 6 mm lower at the back.

Standard: Half a spirit leveJbubble.

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Turn the feet (C) cJockwise until they are firmly on the ground.

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Turn the adjusting screws (A) counter clockwise, so that weight is distributed equally between the feet.

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If the appliance is not standing straight:

Turn the adjusting screw (B) on the comer that wobbles clockwise until the appliance is straight.

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if the doors should have different heights after aligning the appliance, these must be aligned as follows:

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Recheck for correct alignment with the spirit level.

10 Fit the supplied plinth cover from the front and fix in place from above with the supplied screws.

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Determine which door needs to be raised.

Turn the adjusting screws (A) on the side to be raised until the doors have the same height.

If a door cannot be raised further, the other door must be lowered by turning the adjusting screw (A) counter-clockwise.

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Freezer compartment

Refrigerator compartment

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Door storage compartment, freezer compartment

2 Door storage compartment

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Ice maker*

4 Shelves, freezer compartment

5 Baskets, freezer compartment

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Glees shelves in relrigerator compartment

7 Storage box with lid and egg tray

8 Fruit and vegetable container with controllable ventilation

9 Fruit and vegetable container with automatic ventilation

10 Fresh food compartment with controttable temperature

11 Butter and cheese compartment

12 Chiller compartment

13 Door storage, fridge compartment

14 Fascia

15 Ice and water dispenser

16 Water filter

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Fascia

The control panel has sensor buttons. The sensor buttons are assigned LEDs which light up to indicate that the respective function is active.

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1 Temperature/Alarm button

2 Fast freeze button

3 •• Freezer compartment temperature setting buttons

4 Freezer compartment temperature display

5 Fndge compartment temperature display

6 • • Fridge compartment temperature setting buttons

7 Super cooling button

8 Holiday mode button

9 Door alarm/Setup mode button

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10 Light button for ice and water dispenser with

LED display

11 Ice-cube selection button

12 Water/ice-cube/crushed ice button

13 Crushed ice selection button

14 Water selection button

15 Ice and water dispenser locking button

16 Filter display reset button

17 Filter change display (yellow/red)

18 Display On/Off button

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Switching on the appliance

• Insert the mains plug into a socket.

The appliance begins to cool down as soon as it is connected to the power supply. When the doors are open, the interior lights come on.

Note:

The preset temperatures (factory settings) are reached after approx. 3-5 hours. Do not put any food in the appliance beforehand.

When using the fridge for the first time, the factory setting for the fridge compartment is 5 °C.

When using the fridge for the first time, the factory setting for the freezer compartment is -18 °C.

Adjust the temperature after 24-hours at the earliest to enable the temperature in the appliance to stabilise.

To change the set temperatures -> see "Setting the temperature".

Selecting the temperature

Important

information:

Only change settings in 1 degree steps. Wait for 24-hours before changing the temperature setting again.

Set refrigerator compartment temperature

• Press the • (cooler) or • (warmer) button once.

The new temperature setting is shown in the display for

3 seconds. The actual fridge compartment temperature is subsequently displayed.

Set freezer compartment temperature

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• Press the • (cooler) or • (warmer) burton once.

The new temperature setting is shown in the display for

3 seconds, The actual freezer compartment temperature

is subsequently displayed.

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Control functions

Temperature-alarm

A temperature alarm is generated when the temperatures in the fridge or freezer compartment are too high.

Possible cause

Power failure

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Storage of fairly large quantities of fresh food

Fault in the appliance

The maximum temperature reached during • fault and the current temperature is alternately indicated in the respective display field. The alarm LED also lights up and an acoustic signal is generated.

To switch off the temperature alarm:

Quick freeze

When this function is activated, the temperature in the freezer compartment is controlled for 24 hours to produce more ice in the ice-maker.

Note:

When the quick freeze function is activated, the • and • buttons of the freezer compartment are without function.

To activate this function:

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Press the temperature alarm button.

Ascertain the cause of the temperature alarm+

The acoustic signal switches off. The LED continues to flash and both temperatures are aPtemately shown in the display field until the set temperature is reached.

• Press the"Quick freeze" button.

The LED indicates [nat the function is actwated.

• To end the function prematurely, press the

"Quick freeze" button again. The LED extinguishes.

Super

When this function is activated, the temperature in the fridge and freezer compartments is reduced to the coldest setting. These compartments are intensively copied for 12 hours after opening the door for an extended period, loading a large quantily of fresh products or storing warm food.

Note:

When the "Super poor' function is activated, the • and • buttons in the fndge end freezer compar[ments are without function.

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The LED indicates that the function is activated.

The "Super cool" function automaticalty switches off after 12 hours.

To end this function prematurely:

• Press the "Super cool" button.

The LED extinguishes,

Holiday mode

When this function is activated, the freezer compartment is defrosted less frequently to save energy.

Note:

If the "Holiday mode" is to be activated for an extended period (longer than > 3 days), the information in the

Chapter "Preparation for extended absence" should be observed.

To activate this function:

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• Press the "Holiday mode" button.

The LED indicates that the function is activated.

To end this function:

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Press the "Holiday mode" buttoner

Open the appliance door.

The LED extinguishes.

Note;

This function cannot be ended by opening the appliance door within the first hour after activation of this function.

Door alarm

If a door of the appliance is left open, an alarm signal is generated after 5 minutes and the door alarm LED flashes when the Alarm/Signar is activated in the Setup mode.

To switch off the alarm signal:

• CIosethe door or

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• Press the door alarm button.

The LED extinguishes.

Setup mode

Several basic control settings can be changed in the

Setup mode:

Temperature display °C - °F

Alarm/Signal On/Off

Adjustment of room sensor for switching on ice and water dispenser light.

Activation of Sabbath mode {switching off all LED displays and ice and water dispenser night light).

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3 sec.

Press the Door alarm/Setup mode button and hold for 3 seconds.

A short text appears in the temperature display in the freezer compartment temperature display for the basic setting to be changed.

The current status of this basic setting appears in the fridge compartment temperature displays.

Filter change display

The appliance has two LEDs to indicate the status of the _tted water filter cartridge:

Yellow LED:

The yellow LED lights up when 90 % of the maximum water capacity has passed through the filter cartridge or the filter cartridge is 11 months old.

This acts as a reminder to order a new filter cartridge.

Red LED (ohange display):

The red LED lights up when the maximum possible water capacity has passed through the filter cartridge or the filter cartridge is 12 months old.

The filter cartridge should be replaced immediately.

After changing the filter (see Chapter "Water filter"), the filter display must be reset.

Display On/Off

When this function is activated, the display is alternately switched on and off.

To activate this function:

Change the oas_c setting with the freezer compartment • or • sensor PUt,Ons.

Change tne status w_ththe friage comoartment

• or • sensor Dut_Ons,

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Press the Door alarm/Setup mode button and hold for 3 seconds to save the settings and return to the temperature display.

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To deactivate the function, press the function again.

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Ice and water dispenser

The following can be selected as required:

Gooled water

Ice cubes

Orushed ice can be dispensed as requfred.

A warnin!!

Do not use fragile receptacles for dispensing water

or ice - risk of injury from broken glass!

Keep fingers clear of the discharge

opening

Risk of injury from crusher blades!

Note:

Tile ice and water dispenser will not function unless the appliance is connected to the power supply.

For dispensing water and ice, place container as close as possible to the opening to avoid splashing.

When switching on your new appliance, observe the following

When the appliance has been connected, there are still air bubbles in the lines.

Run off drinking water and pour away until water can be dispensed without bubbles. Pour away the first

10-15 glasses.

When the ice-maker is used for the first time, the ice produced should not be used for the first few days for hygiene reasons.

Ice-maker

On/Off

• Move the arm from the locked position downwards to switch on the ice-maker.

• Lift the arm into the locked position to switch off the ice-maker.

Operating the ice maker

When the freezer compartment has reached its freezing temperature, water flows into the ice maker and freezes into ice cubes. When the ice cubes are ready, they are automatically discharged into the ice cube container.

Occasionally the sides of the ice cubes stick together.

When they are conveyed to the outlet opening, they usually break away from each other.

When the ice cube container is full, ice mak{og switches off automatically.

The ice maker can make approx. 100 ice cubes within

24 hours.

Do not place bottles or food in the cube container in

order to cool them quickly. The ice maker may block

and be damaged.

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Drinking water quality

All materials used in the drinks dispenser are edourless and tasteless.

If the water has an aftertaste, this may be caused by:

Mineral and chlorine content of the drinking water.

Mateda] of the domestic water line or connection line.

Freshness of the drinking water (if water has not been dispensed for a long time, the water may have a "stale" taste. In this case dispense approx.

15 glasses of water and pour away).

Taste and odeur of the water may be improved by installing the enclosed water filter in the water Supply.

The enclosed water filter will filter only particles

out of the supply water, not bacteria or microbes,

Dispensing water

• Press the Selection button (1), LED lights up.

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ice

• Press the "Selection" button (1), LED lights up.

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• Place a glass below the dispenser and press the

°Dispenser" button {2,).

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• Press a suitable receptacle against the dispenser pad.

Note

Remove the receptacle from the dispenser pad when it is approx, half full Ice in the discharge may cause the receptacle to overflow or block the discharge.

Removing and cleaning the water collecting tray

Spilled water collects in the water collecting tray.

The water collecting tray can be emptied and cleaned by pulling it out.

• Place a glass below the dispenser and press the

"Dispenser" button (2), or

• Press the glass against the dispenser pad. The water stops running when the glass is removed from the pad.

Tip:

The water from the water dispenser is cooled to e palatable temperature.

If you would like the water colder, place ice cubes in the glass before dispensing the water.

Note:

The collecting tray has a small outlet. The water collecting tray should be checked regularly to avoid ove_ow.

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Removing and cleaning the ice cube container

If ice cubes have not been dispensed for a prolonged period, they will shrink, have a stale taste and stick together.

• Lift the arm into the locked position to switch off the ice-maker.

• Lift the container and remove.

• Pull out the container, empty and e_ean with lukewarm water.

• Thoroughly dry the container and screw conveyor to prevent new ice cubes from sticking.

Inserting the ice cube container

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Push the ice cube container all the way back onto the supports until it locks into position.

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Locking ice and water dispenser

If ice cubes are not to be dispensed for longer than t week (e.g. holiday), temporarily disconnect the ice cube maker to prevent the ice cubes from freezing together.

• Press the "Ice and water dispenser locking" button and hold for 3 seconds. The LED lights up.

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• Remove the ice cube container, empty and re-insert.

Ensure that the ice cube container engages with the support.

Switching on the ice cube maker again:

• Press the "Ice and water dispenser locking" button and hold for 3 seconds. The LED extinguishes.

if the container cannot be pushed all the way back, twist the screw conveyor in the container.

• Move the arm from the locked position downwards to switch on the ice-maker.

Ice cube production continues.

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Ice and water dispenser light

Auto light

The Auto light function switches the ice and water dispenser light on with reduced power when the ambient lighting is weak.

To activate the function:

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Press the "Light" button once.

The AUTO LED lights up.

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To deactivate the function:

Q Press the "Ught" button twice.

The AUTO LED extinguishes.

Constant light

The ice and water dispenser can also be illuminated constantly.

To activate the "Constant light" function:

• Press the "Light" button twice,

The ON LED lights up.

To deactivate the function:

Press the "Light" button once.

The ON LED extinguishes.

Fridge

The refngerator compartment temperature can be set from +2 °C to +8 °C. We recommend a setting of +5 °C.

Store food as follows:

On the shelves: cakes and pastries, read ! meals, dairy products, meat and sausage

Fruit and vegetable container vegetables, salad, fruit.

In the chiller compartment for fresh foods:

Fish, poultry, meat

Inthe fridge door:

Drinks and other food requiring a cooler temperature.

In the door (from top to bottom): butter, cheese, eggs, tubes, small bottles, large bottles, milk, juice cartons.

For storage of cakes and pastries, ready meals, tinned food, condensed milk, hard cheese, fruit and vegetables sensitive to the cold: tropical fruit, e.g. mandarins, bananas, pineapples, melons, avocados, papayas, passion fruit, aubergines, also fruit which requires further ripening, tomatoes, cucumbers, green tomatoes, potatoes.

When storing food, comply with the following:

Allow warm food and drinks to cool down outside the appliance.

To prevent food from losing its flavour or drying out, place in airtight containers.

Avoid contact of oil and fat with the plastic parts and door seal.

Store high-percentage alcohol tightly closed and standing up, do not store any explosive substances in the appliance, Explosion hazard!

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When buying food, please

note:

The "purchase freshness" is important for the shelfklife of your food. In principle the following applies: the fresher the food Js placed in the "cool fresh" compartment, the longer it will keep. When buying food, always note the degree of freshness.

Storage times (at O °C):

Depending on the initial quality

Sausage, cold cuts, meat, offal, fish, Up to 7 days fresh milk, curds

Small pieces of meat, fried sausage, mushrooms, lettuce, leafy vegetables

Up to 10 days

Large pieces of meat, ready meals

Smoked or cured sausage, cabbage

Large pieces of heat-treated meat, beef, game, pulses

Up to 15 days

Up to 20 days

Up to 30 days

Fruit and vegetable container

with controllable ventilation

The humidity in this compartment can be regulated by means of controtlable vent openings.

Fruit and vegetable compartment with automatic ventilation

The humidify in this compartment is automatically regulated.

"Cool-fresh"

compartment

With this control, the temperature in the compartment can be adjusted to specific requirements. This provides optimum storage conditions for fresh food.

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Setting

Move control to the left + = fridge temperature

• Move control to the right * = close to 0 °C

Foods not suitable for the "cool-fresh" compartment:

Fruit and vegetables sensitive to the cold (tropical fruit, avocados, papayas, passion fruit, aubergines, cucumbers, peppers, lettuce)

Ripening fruit (green tomatoes, bananas)

Potatoes

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Hard cheese

For fruit and vegetables with peel or skin:

• Move control to the left = high humidify

For leaf vegetables:

• Move control to the right = low humidity

Note:

Always keep the fruit and vegetable compartment closed to ensure perfect functioning.

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Variable arrangement of the fridge compartment

Chiller

compartment

In the fridge door, drinks and other food can be stored about 3 °C cooler than in the rest of the fridge. Very cold air is injected from the freezer compartment into this compartment via a cold air nozzle.

The shelves in the fridge and door storage compartments can be arranged as required.

Shelves

• Lift shelf at the front and remove.

To change the temperature in the fridge compartment, the air from the freezer compartment can be regulated.

The control is located on the left on the side wall of the chiller compartment.

To fit, lift at the front and place hooks in the required openings.

Lower shelf at the front.

The shelves can be removed for easier accesses to the product.

Drawers

Pull out drawers as far as possible.

• Pressthe sidetabs.

Lift the shelf at the front and remove without tilting.

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Turn the control clockwise to reduce the temperature.

\

• For fitting the drawers ptane in the rails and move back.

Chiller compartment

Push the complete compartment upwards and remove.

If another compartment is located above, remove this first.

Refitting: o

Align air inlet openings with the hole in the door to ensure proper functioning of the compartment.

B

Insert the complete compartment and push downwards.

Butter compartment

• Lift the container and remove.

• Lightly press the side of the butter compartment lid and remove.

Door compartments

*

Lift compartments and remove.

Freezer compartment

The freezer compartment temperature can be set from

-16 °C to -21 °C. We recommend a setting of -18 °C.

Use the freezer compartment:

For storing deep-frozen food.

to freeze food.

To make ice cubes.

Note:

Ensure that the freezer compartment door has been closed properly. If the door is open, the frozen food will thaw. The freezer compartment will become covered in thick ice. Also: Energy will be lost due to high power consumption.

Storing

deep-frozen

food

When purchasing deep-frozen food, comply with the following:

Check that the packaging is not damaged.

Check the sell-by date,

The temperature of the supermarket freezer should be -18 °C or lower. If not, the storage life of the food is reduced.

Purchase deep-frozen food last. Wrap in newspaper or place in a cold bag and take home.

At home immediately place deep-frozen food in the freezer compartment.

Use the deep-frozen food before the sell-by date runs out

Do not refreeze thawed food. Exception: If you use the food to make a ready meal (boiling or frying), you can refreeze this ready meal

• To refit, locate at the required height above the holder and push down.

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Freezing food yourself

Freeze fresh, undamaged food only. To prevent food from losing its flavour or drying out, wrap the food in airtight film or place in containers. In order to retain the vitamins, nutritional value, appearance and flavour food should be frozen as quickly as possible. Do not exceed the max. freezing capacity.

How to wrap food correctly:

Place the food in the wrapping.

• Pressout air the air.

• Seal the wrapping.

m Label the wrapping with the contents and date.

The following products are not suitable for wrapping food:

Wrapping paper, greaseproof paper, cellophane, refuse bags and used shopping bags.

The following

products are suitable for wrapping food:

Plastic film, polyethylene blown film, aluminium foil and freezer tins. These products can be purchased from a specialist outlet.

The following products are suitable for sealing

the wrapped food:

Rubber bands, plastic clips, string, cold-resistant adhesive tape or similar.

Bags and polyethylene blown film can be sealed with a film sealer.

Freezing capacity

You can freeze up to 12 kg of food within 24 hours.

Storage duration of the frozen food

The storage period depends on the type of produce.

At a mean temperature:

Fish, sausage, ready meals and cakes and pastries

Cheese, poultry and meat

Vegetables and fruit up to 6 months up to 8 months up to 12 months

Thawing frozen food

Depending on the type of food and intended use, frozen produce can be thawed as follows:

At room temperature

In the refrigerator

In an electric oven, with/without fan assisted hot-air

In the m_erowave

Note:

Do not refreeze frozen food which is thawing or which has thawed. The food cannot be refrozen until it has been prepared (boiled or fned).

No longer store the frozen produce for the max. storage period.

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Variable

arrangement of freezer compartment

Shelves

Lift shelf on right side and remove from the housing openings on the left.

Tilting container

• Tilt the container outwards and remove from the support,

• To refit, place the shelf in the housing opening on the left and push down on the nght until these lock in the clamps.

Baskets

• Pull out the baskets as far as possible.

Lift at the front and remove.

• Raise the support and remove without tilting.

Place the support in the required position.

• Push the container into the support at a slight angle.

Door compartments

• Lift compartments and remove.

• To refit, place the baskets in the rails, lift at the front and push back.

The baskets can be pulled out for easier access to frozen products.

• To refit, place at the required height above the holder and push down.

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Water filter

'_

Risk of serious illness and fatality!

Do not use the appliance where the quality of the water is doubtful or unknown without adequate disinfection before and after filtering.

Filter cartridges for the water filter are available from customer service or a GAGGENAU authorised retailer.

Changing the filter cartridge

Open the cover.

The water system is under low pressure

after use.

Caution when removing the filter.

• Turn the old filter cartridge clockwise until it loosens.

• Remove the filter packaging and insert the filter cartridge. Turn the filter cartridge clockwise until the filter locks in place.

Water filter

information

Change the water filter every 12 months. The life of the filter depends on the water quality and water flow rate.

Earlier replacement may be necessary under unfavourable conditions.

If the appliance is not used for extended periods {more than four weeks), remove the water filter and throw away.

Fit a new filter when using the appliance again.

If the appliance has not been used for an extended period or the water has an unpleasant taste or smell, flush the water system.

For this purpose, extract water from the water dispenser for several minutes. If the unpleasant taste or smell persists, change the filter.

The ice and water dispenser can be used without a filter.

In this case, fit the blue bypass cover.

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Close the cover.

Extract several litres of water via the water dispenser to remove air from the water system.

Pour out the water from the spent filter cartridge.

The filter cartridge can be disposed of as household waste.

After changing the filter cartridge, press the "Filter display reset" button and hold for three seconds.

The "Change filter" LED displays (yellow/red) extinguish.

PuriClean

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for refrigerator

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water

filter cartridge

Technical

details

Flow rate (maximum)

Nominal service life (maximum]

Maximum operating temperature

Minimum pressure

Minimum operating temperature

Maximum operating pressure

0.78 GPM (2.9 I/min)

750 gallons (2838 I)

100 °F (38 °C)

35 psi (241 kPa)

33 °F (1 °C)

120 psi (827 kPa)

Par_mster

Chlorine

T&O

Particulate _

USEPA

MCL

Standard

No. 42: _hetJc

Challen[_

Influ_n[

Concentration

20 mg/L

± 10%

Effects

at _east

10,000 I_rtieles/ml

Parameter

Turbidib/ c,_t_

Asbestos

Lead at pH 6.5

Lead at pH B.5

Mercu_ at pH 6 5

Mercu_ at pH 8.5

Lindane

Toxaphene

Atrazine

USEP&

MCL

I NTU-

9950_ Reduction

99% Reduction

0015

mg/L

0.015 m_/L

0.0(_2 m_/L

0¸002 ml_/L

0.0002 mg/L

D.D03 mg/L

0.003 rng/L

Standard No. 53: Health Effects

Influent

Challen_le Concentration

I) + 1 NTU _*

Minimum

50,00O/L

10_ 1o_fibers/L;_bens>10 micrometers in length

015 rnQ/L + 10_

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0.009 mg/L + 100_

InUoent

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1.88 mQ/L

At_,-a_]le

Effluemt

Maximum

<0¸05 mQ/L 0 06 mg/L

5,700,000 #/mF

30,583 #/ml

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A_rave

10 73 NTU

220,000 #/L

155 MF/L

0¸153 mg/L

0.150 m_/L

0.006 m]_/L

0¸006 m_)/L

0.002 m_/L

0015 mg/L

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69,000 _-/ml

Average

Effluent

Maximum

0.36 NTU

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0 002 m_/L

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0¸0002 m_/L

0¸003 m_]/L

0.003 mg/L

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68° ± 5° F (20° ± 3 ° C) under standard labmatory conditions,

however, actual

pedormanc_ may vary. HeaJth CJaim F_rformance tested and certified by NSF

IntematJona4

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in models

750 for the reduction of:

Standard

No. 42: Aesthetic

Effects

Taste and Odor Reduction

Chlodne Taste & Odor

Mechanical Fil_'_tion Unit

PartJcu_aLeReduction Cla_

1 against ANSI/NSF Standa_Ls 42 & 53

Standard

No. 53: Health Effects

ChemicaJ Reduction Unit

Lead, Atr_zine, Lmdane, Mercury &

Toxaphene Reduction

Mechanical Filtration Uni_

CySLTurbidity and i_sbestes Reduction

General conditions for use

Read this performance data sheet and compare the capabilities of this unit with actual water treatment requirements.

This product should NOT be used if the water is

microbiologically

unsafe or of an unknown quality

without adequate disinfection before or after the system. A system certified for cyst reduction may

be used for disinfected water possibly

containing filterable cysts,

ONLY USE WITH COLD WATER. OBSERVE LOCAL

LAWS AND REGULATIONS:

Prompt replacement of the flter cartridge is decisive for the satisfactory operation of this filtering system.

Please read the chapters on general operation, maintenance requirements and troubleshooting in the operating and maintenance manual.

This system has been tested in conformance with the requirements of ANSl/NSF 42 and 43 for the reduction of the specified contaminants. The concentration of the specified contaminants in the water entering the system was reduced to a concentration less than or equal to the permissible limit for water leaving the system as specified in ANSl/NSF 52 and 53.

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How to save energy

Defrosting

Install the appliance in a cooF, well ventilated room, but not in direct sunlight and not near a heat source

(radiator, cooker, etc.). If required, use an insulating plate.

Allow warm food and drinks to cool down before placing in the appliance!

When thawing frozen food, place it in the refrigerator compartment.

The low temperature of the frozen products cools the food in the refrigerator.

Open and close the door as briefly as possible.

Defrosting is actuated automatically.

Switching off the appliance

Press and hold the fridge compartment • button until " " appears in the display.

(warmer)

• To switch on the appliance again, press the freezer or fridge compartment • button.

• Pull out the mains plug.

Operating noises

Disconnecting

the appliance

Normal noises

Humming - refrigerating unit is running. The fan in the circulating air system is running

Bubbling, gurgling or whirring noises - refrigerant is flowing through the tubing. Water flowing into the ice maker.

Clicking - motor isswitching on or off. Solenoid valve on the water connection is opening or closing.

Rumbling - Ready ice cubes from the ice maker are falling into the ice cube container.

Noises which can be easily rectified

The appliance is not level

Please align the appliance with a spirit level. Use the height-adjustable feet or place something under the feet.

The appliance is touching adjacent

units

or appliances

Please move the appliance away from adjacent units or appliances.

Drawers, baskets or storage areas are loose

or sticking

PJease check the removable parts and, if required, reinsert them.

Receptacles are touching each other

Please move bottles or receptacles away from each other.

Short periods

of non-use

(less than < 3 months)

If the appliance is not used for a prolonged period:

• Remove all perishable products from the appliance.

• Remove frozen products if the appliance is not supervised.

• Switch off the water supply (1 day before switching off the ice-maker).

• Empty the ice cube container (see "Cleaning the appliance").

• Lift the arm into the locked position to switch off the ice-maker.

• Run off the remaining drinking water.

• Remove the water filter and throw away; fit the bypass cover if the appliance is not used for more than 14 days. Fit the bypass cover.

If there is a risk of the room temperature falling

below 13 °C, follow

the instructions for extended periods of non-use.

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For extended periods

of non-use

(longer than> 3 months) and at room temperatures below 13 °C

• Take all food out of the appliance.

• Switch off the water suppry

(1 day before switching of the ice-maker).

• Empl_ the ice cube container

(see "Cleaning the appliance").

• Lift the arm into the locked position to switch off the ice-maker.

• Run off the remaining drinking water.

• Remove the water filter and throw away; fit the bypass cover.

• Switching off the appliance

Pull out the mains plug.

,,

Clean the appliance interior

(see "Cleaning the appliance").

• To prevent odours, leave the doors open.

If there is a risk of frost, have a technician empty the water container for the drinking water dispenser.

Cleaning the appliance

• Attention: Pull out the mains plug or switch off the fuse!

• Clean the door seal with water only and then dry thoroughly.

• Clean the appliance with tepid rinsing water.

The rinsing water must not drip onto the fascia or light.

Do not place the cold glass shelves directly from the freezer compartment into hot water.

Never clean the shelves or containers in the dishwasher. The parts may warp.

• After cleaning: insed the mains plug or switch on the fuse.

_

Warning!

Never touch frozen food with wet hands.

Your hands could fi'eeze to the food. Risk of injury!

Never use a steam cleaner to clean the appliance.

The steam may come into contact with live parts in the appliance and cause a short-circuit or electric

shock. Steam may damage the plastic surfaces.

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Eliminating minor faults

yourself

Before you call customer

service:

Please check whether you can eliminate the fault yoursarf based on the following information.

Customer service will charge you for advice, even if the appliance is still under guarantee!

Refrigerator and freezer compartments

Fault

Appliance and light are on, but the

compressor

does not operate.

Possible cause

Appliance is in defrost mode.

Remedial action

Normal operating condition.

Wait for 40 minutes; check whether compressor switches on again.

Temperature-controlled

are too warm.

drawers

Appliance does not function.

Control setting too low.

Freezer compartment setting too high.

Drawer not correctly fitted.

Appliance is not connected to the power supply.

Fridge or freezer compartment has been switched off via the control panel.

The fuse has tr_pped.

Power failure.

Do not exceed max. freezing capacity.

Check position, reinsert if necessary.

Select a warmer temperature

(see "Setting the temperature")

Appliance still does not function.

Food products are too cold.

Food products are too warm

Appliance has an unpleasant odour

Fault in the appliance.

Cooling coils are dirty.

Temperature is set too low.

Door does not close properly.

Temperature incorrectly set.

Cooling coils are dirty.

Rear vent (below drawer in fridge compartment) is blocked.

Doors are opened too frequently or left open for too long.

Fresh products still have room temperature.

Odour-intensive food stored.

Appliance interior dirty.

Replace fuse or switch on.

Wait until the power supply is reconnected.

If necessary, call an electrician or the electricity supply company.

Pull out the mains plug.

Notify customer service

Cleaning

Check and regulate if necessary.

Fridge incorrectly aligned.

Check for obstacles.

Check door seals, clean or check for correct seating if necessary.

Check and regulate if necessary.

Cleaning

Check whether rear vent if blocked by product.

Do not open door too frequently or for too long. Arrange products so that doors do not need to be opened too often.

Fresh food products must reach storage temperature.

Wrap or stored in air tight containers.

Cleaning

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Fault

Drops of water form on the outside of the appliance

Drops of water form in the

appliance

Appliance or ice-maker generates irregular noise or is too loud

Fridge drawers close with difficulty.

Contents hinder closing.

Drawer is not in the correct position.

Appliance is not correctly aligned.

Appliance switches on and off frequently

Possible cause

Door does not close properly.

Door seals do not function properly.

Excessivehumidity,

Temperature not correctly set.

High humidity or doors opened too often.

Door seals do not function correctly.

Normal operating conditions.

Remedial action

Fridge incorrectly aligned.

Check for obstacles.

Cleaning

This is normal where high humidity prevails.

Check or regulate if necessary.

Do not open door too frequently or for too long. Arrange products so that doors do not need to be opened too often.

Cleaning

Drawer rails are dirty.

Doors opened too often or left open for too long.

Reload products.

Check position, reinser_ if necessary.

Align appliance according to installation instructions.

Cleaning

Do not open door too frequently or for too long. Arrange products so that doors do not need to be opened too often.

Wait until the appliance has reached temperature after being opened for an extended period.

Normal operating conditions.

High ambient temperature and humidity.

Fresh products still have room temperature.

Appliance located immediately next to heat sources.

Temperature not correctly set.

Cooling coils are dirty.

Door does not close properly.

Fresh food products must reach storage temperature.

Check location, if necessary move the appliance or insulate against heat sources.

Check and regulate if necessary.

Cleaning

Fridge incorrectly aligned.

Check for obstacles.

Cleaning

Close the door.

No LED lights up on control panel

Door seals do not function correctly.

Freezer compartment door is not closed. Control panel is not supplied with power.

Appliance is not connected to the power supply.

The fuse has tripped.

Power failure

Connecting the appliance

Appliance is in holiday mode.

Display is switched off.

Replace fuse or switch on.

Wait until the power supply is reconnected.

If necessary, call an electrician or the electricity supply company.

Deactivate holiday mode if necessary.

Press a button on the fascia.

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Fault

No water or ice is dispensed

Ice-maker does not produce enough ice or ice does not have the correct shape

Ice-maker

does not make any ice

Ice-maker

does not make any ice

Possible cause

Freezer compartment door is not closed. Control panel is not supplied with power.

Ice and water dispenser is locked via the control panel.

Water tank being filled.

Appliance or ice-maker has just been switched on.

A large amount of ice was removed.

Water tilter clogged or spent.

Appliance or ice-maker were only just switched on.

A large amount of ice was removed.

Low water pressure.

Remedial

action

Close the door.

Deactivate lock.

When used for the first time, it takes about 2 minutes until the tank is full.

It takes about 24 hours until ice production starts.

it takes about 24 hours until the ice-cube container is refilled.

Changing the water filter

It takes about 24 hours until ice production starts.

It takes about 24 hours until the ice-cube container is refilled.

The water pressure must be between

0.14 MPa (1.4 bar) and 0.69 MPa

(6.9 bar) so that the appliance functions properly. When using the water filter, the water pressure must be between 0.24 MPa (2.4 bar) and

0.69 MPa (6.9 bar).

Changing the water filter

Push down the arm (ON).

Water filter clogged or spent.

Arm of ice-maker is in the upper

(OFF) position.

Appliance is not supplied with water.

Water supply hose has kinks.

Low water pressure.

Temperature in freezer compartment too high.

Contact an electrician or the water supply company.

Shut off water supply at the shut-off valve, smooth out kinks or have hose replaced.

The water pressure must be between

0.14 MPa (1.4 bar) and 0.69 MPa

(6.9 bar) so that the appliance functions properly. When using the water filter, the water pressure must be between 0.24 MPa (2.4 bar) and

0.69 MPa (6.9 bar).

The temperature in the freezer compartment should be between

-17 °C and -18 °C, regulate if necessary.

Check position, reinsert if necessary.

Ice-cube container is not correctly inserted.

Incorrect shut-off valve fitted.

Incorrect valves can give rise to a low water pressure and damage the appJiance.

The manufacturer is not responsible for damage to property caused

by incorrect

installation or incorrect water connection.

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Fault Possible cause

Remedial action

Water filter display LED shows red

Ice forms in the feed hose to the

ice-maker

Water discharges

the appliance

from

Water filter cartridge must be replaced.

Change the filter cartridge. If a new filter is unavailable, fit the bypass cover.

Reset the filter change display.

After changing the filter, the filter change display was not reset.

Low water pressure.

Shut-off valve not properly open.

Temperature in freezer compartment is too high.

Water connection hose leakage.

The water pressure must be between

0.14 MPa (1.4 bar) and 0.69 MPa

(6.9 bar) so that the appliance functions properly. When using the water filter, the water pressure must be between 0.24 MPa (2.4 bar) and

0.69 MPa (6.9 bar).

Fully open shut-off valve.

The temperature in the freezer compartment should be between

-17 °C and -18 °C, regulate if necessary,

Exchange hose with an original part from the manufacturer.

A plastic hose was used for the water The manufacturer recommends the connection, use of copper pipes for the water connection.

Plastic hoses are less durable and can give rise to leaks.

The manufacturer is not responsible for damage to property caused by incorrect installation or incorrect water connection.

The water flow is less than usual

The water flow is less than usual

Incorrect shut-off valve fitted.

Incorrect valves can give rise to a low water pressure and damage the appliance.

The manufacturer is not responsible for damage to property caused by incorrect installation or incorrect water connection.

Low water pressure.

Shut-off valve not properly open.

The water pressure must be between

0.14 MPa (1,4 bar) and 0.69 MPa

{6.9 bar) so that the appliance functions properly. When using the water filter, the water pressure must be between 0.24 MPa (2.4 bar) and

0.69 MPa (6.9 bar).

Fully open shut-oft valve and check for leaks. Check minimum flow:

295 ml/9 sec. with new filter

295 ml/5 sec. without filter

Incorrect shut-off valve f_tted.

Incorrect valves can give rise to a low water pressure and damage the appliance.

The manufacturer is not responsible for damage to property caused by incorrect installation or incorrect water connection.

Water supply hose has kinks.

Water filter clogged or spent.

Shut off water supply at the shut off valve, smooth out kinks or have hose replaced.

Changing the water filter

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Fault

Water is cloudy

Suspended particles in water or ice-cubes

Possible

cause

Appliance has just been installed.

No water in the tank.

Standing water in the pipes outside the tank has room temperature.

Air or air bubbles in water.

Remedial action

Water in the tank requires about

12 hours to cool down.

Pour away the first glass of water.

The first water that flows through the filter can flush out carbon dust from the filter.

When water freezes and defrosts again, particles are formed due to mineral deposits.

This is normal when using the dispenser for the first time and disappears after a short time.

Particles are not harmful!

These particles disappear after a short time.

Particles are not harmful!

These are natural in the water supply.

Changing the bulb

_

Warning

Pull out the mains plug or switch off the fuse.

Allow light bulbs to cool down.

Top fridge light

Spare bulb: Krypton max. 40 W, 220-240 V AC, E27 cap

=

Take the lamp cover on the sights and remove lamp cover diagonally to the rear.

* Replace defective bulb.

o Reposition lamp cover.

Bottom fridge light

Spare bulb: Krypton max. 40 W, 220-240 V AC, E27 cap

• Push projections in lamp cover upwards and remove the cover.

Unscrew faulty bulb.

• Screwin new bulb.

Fit cover and push over projections until cover locks in place.

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Top freezer

compartment light

Spare bulb: Krypton max. 40 W, 220-240 V AC, E27 cap

Lift ice-cube container and remove.

• Lightly push up the lamp cover of the faulty bulb and remove tab from slot. Remove lamp cover diagonally upwards.

• Replace defective bulb.

Changing the bulb on the ice and

water dispenser

Spare bulb: Krypton max. 6 W, 220-240 V AC, E12 cap

A spare bulb is supplied with the appliance.

Further bulbs are available from Customer Service.

• Grab behind the front panel and unscrew the faulty bulb.

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i

• ii

• Insert the upper tab of the lamp cover in the upper slot and fold down the lamp cover, pushing upwards lightly.

m Insert the lower tab in the lower slot and push the lamp cover back into its initial position.

• Insert the ice-cube container until it locks in place.

Bottom freezer compartment light

Spare bulb: Krypton max. 40 W, 220-240 V AC, E27 cap

Press the lamp cover on both sides and remove,

• Replace defective bulb.

• Fit the lamp cover and press to lock in place.

• Screwin anew bulb.

Call customer service / Product label

Your local customer service can be found in the telephone directory or in the customer-service index.

Please provide customer service with the appliance product number (E-Nr.) and production number (FD).

This information can be found on the product label.

To prevent unnecessary call outs, please assist customer service by quoting the product and production numbers.

This will save you additional costs.

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Carl-Wery-StraBe 34

D-81739 MOnchen www.gaggenau.com

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vorbehalten.

Subject to alterations.

Sous reserve de modifications.

Salvo modifiche.

Wijzigingen voorbehouden.

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