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Installation instructions
for NoFrost combined refrigerator-freezers 7083 103-00
ECBN 62
Setting up
• Avoid positioning the appliance in direct sunlight or near cookers, radiators and similar sources of heat.
Appliance dimensions
• The floor on which the appliance stands should be horizontal
and level.
• The ventilation grilles should not be obstructed. Always ensure
that there is good ventilation and that the outward flowing air is
able to escape.
• Standard EN 378 specifies that the room in which you install
your appliance must have a volume of 1 m³ per 8 g of R 600a
refrigerant used in the appliance, so as to avoid the formation of
inflammable gas/air mixtures in the room where the appliance
is located in the event of a leak in the refrigerant circuit. The
quantity of refrigerant used in your appliance is indicated on
the type plate on the inside of the appliance.
A = 76 mm
B = 2027 mm
C = 910 mm
D = 76 mm
E = 610 mm
G = 1078 mm
H = 943 mm
Electrical connection
Only operate the appliance with alternating current (AC).
The permissible voltage and frequency are indicated on the
type plate.
The socket must be properly earthed and protected by a fuse.
The tripping current of the fuse must be between 10 A and 16 A.
The socket must not be situated behind the appliance and must be easily accessible.
Appliance venting
Do not connect the appliance using an extension cable or extension socket.
Do not use stand-alone inverters (conversion
of direct current to alternating current/threephase current) or energy-saving plugs. Risk
of damage to the electronic control system!
The required air flow is directed through the plinth.
It is important to use the provided ventilation grille for the ventilation opening.
The ventilation opening must not be
obstructed or covered with a panel!
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Installation dimensions
The ice maker is fitted in the freezer compartment of the combined refrigerator-freezer.
It must be connected to the mains water supply to work.
The water shut-off tap must be positioned within the areas marked in grey.
WARNING!
The water shut-off tap must not sit directly
above the socket!
The gap between the water shut-off tap and
the socket must comply with the regulations
of the country in which the appliance is used!
The power cord exits the
rear of the appliance at this
location.
Free length of the power
cord is 2200 mm.
Do not locate the socket
behind the appliance!
The socket is required to
be accessible for installation and service.
Choose the position of the
socket considering these
specifications.
Cabinet depth D
625 mm + panel thickness > Inset installation style
625 mm > Frameless installation style
Explanation of "Installation styles" see page 4.
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Definition of Inset Installation Style
With this installation style, these wider appliance panels partially
overlay the shared side gables of adjacent cabinetry so as to
mimic the look of a frameless style cabinet.
Side view of cabinet (sectional view)
Side view of cabinet (sectional view)
Cabinet frame
Door panel
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Definition of Frameless Installation Style
Appliance and panels sit fully within the opening and are flush
with what could be its own box, between two pantry cabinets or
decorative columns.
Cabinet frame
Door panel
Panel dimensions - Inset installation style
Panel dimensions - Frameless installation style
Min. panel thickness = 16 mm
Max. panel thickness = 19 mm
Maximum panel weight
Refrigerator panel = 12 kg
Freezer drawer panel = 10 kg
IMPORTANT
The use of 19 mm panels requires 90° hinge limitation.
19 mm panels will interfere with the adjacent gable or panel at 105° opening angle.
Door stop pins are included with the appliance.
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Door swing clearance - Inset Installation Style
Right side wall of appliance housing
Front of
appliance housing
Top View
Panel
thickness
Front panel - door closed
p
Front
anel do or
open
ing an
gle =
105°
Panel
thickness
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Door swing clearance - Frameless Installation Style
Right side wall of appliance housing
Front of
appliance housing
Top View
Panel
thickness
Front panel - door closed
p
Front
anel do or
open
ing an
gle =
105°
Panel
thickness
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Mounting the anti-tipping device
WARNING!
The supplied anti-tipping bracket must be installed in all
cases. This prevents the appliance from tipping over when
the fully loaded door is opened.
CAUTION!
Ensure that there are no electric cables or water pipes in
the wall section to which the anti-tipping bracket is to be
secured. These could be damaged during installation.
Important!
When securing the anti-tipping bracket to a concrete floor,
use suitable plugs!
If the floor slopes down sideways, the anti-tipping
bracket must be fitted horizontally. Lay down spacers
in the appropriate positions.
Connection to the water supply
Safety instructions and warnings
• Do not connect to the water supply while the combined refrigerator-freezer is connected to the electricity supply.
• The connection to the mains water supply may only be
made by trained personnel.
• The water quality must comply with the drinking water
directives of the country in which the appliance is used.
• The ice maker is designed exclusively to make ice cubes in
quantities required by a household and may only be operated
with water suitable for this purpose.
• All repairs and work on the ice maker may only be carried out
by customer service personnel or other trained personnel.
• The manufacturer cannot accept liability for damage
caused by a faulty connection to the mains water supply.
Water pressure
1. Mark the centre line of the appliance on
the floor. Align the anti-tipping bracket
centre to the centre line.
Important!
If the water filter
is inserted in the appliance, the water pressure
must lie between 300 and 600 KPa (3 - 6 bar).
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If the water pressure with the inserted water
filter is too low, this may cause the ice maker to
malfunction.
2. Secure the anti-tipping bracket
to the floor using the 3 screws
(6 mm x 60 mm) included in the
accessory pack.
The distance E between the leading edge of the body of the unit
and the rear edge of the anti-tipping bracket is
Inset installation style > 610 mm + panel thickness
Frameless installation style > 610 mm
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The water pressure must be between 150 and
600 KPa (1.5 - 6 bar).
The water supply to the appliance must be through a cold
water pipe that can withstand
the operating pressure and
complies with the hygiene
regulations.
For this, use the stainless steel hose supplied (length 3 m).
Installation
1. Place the appliance in front of the
installation recess.
2. Apply cover strips on the
side walls of the appliance.
5.
5. Route the mains cable
towards the socket.
6.
6. Route the water hose
towards the water shutoff tap.
WARNING!
Do not connect the appliance to the power supply until the
installation is completed.
CAUTION!
Lay the mains cable and the water hose in such a way
that they will not be damaged when the appliance is slid
into the installation recess.
3. Insert the bent section of the hose through
the opening at the rear of the appliance.
7. Push the appliance slowly into the recess until the compressor
mounting plate touches the anti-tipping bracket.
WARNING!
To prevent the appliance from tipping forwards, the compressor mounting plate must be touching the anti-tipping
bracket!
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Appliance
4. Connect the hose to the solenoid valve
at the front side of the appliance.
Anti-tipping bracket
Compressor mounting
plate
8. Connect the hose to the shut-off tap.
Open the shut-off tap and check the system for leakage.
Important!
After the ice maker has been switched on, the water supply system
must be bled. See the section Bleeding the ice maker in the
operating instructions.
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Levelling the appliance
1. Adjust the height of the
appliance at the front by
twisting the adjustable
feet 
(A/F 27). Use
the open-ended spanner
provided.
Fasten the appliance in the recess
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Caution!
The front feet of the appliance must be firmly
placed on the floor.
Fasten the appliance in the
recess through the upper and
lower hinges of the refrigerator
doors.
Use 2 screws for each hinge.
screws
(4 x 16 mm)
Before fitting the door panels
Remove the cover
and unscrew the attachment bracket
from the refrigerator doors. These attachment brackets will be
mounted onto the refrigerator door panels.
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2. Adjust the height of the appliance
at the rear by turning the adjusting
bars
.
2
Turn the adjusting bars clockwise until the compressor mounting plate touches the anti-tipping
bracket.
2
Important!
The securing nuts are needed for re-mounting the preassembled door panels onto the refrigerator doors.
Adjusting the front of the drawer
If required, the front of the freezer drawers can be adjusted.
Transfer the screws shown in the illustration (on the left and right
sides of the freezer drawer) individually to the long slots below.
Tighten the screws in the front of the drawer once it is in the
right position.
Unscrew the attachment brackets
from the freezer drawers.
These attachment brackets will be mounted onto the freezer
panels.
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Side view of the freezer drawer
pulled out
Important!
The screws are needed for re-mounting the pre-assembled
freezer panels onto the freezer drawers.
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Mounting the attachment brackets onto the door panels
Mark lines on the refrigerator door panels as shown in Fig. A.
Align the dismounted brackets of the refrigerator doors to the lines on the refrigerator door panels as shown in Fig. A 1. Fasten each
bracket with any hole wherever possible using a minimum of 6 screws 4 x 16 mm.
Fasten the brackets provided onto the freezer drawer panels using three screws (4 x 16 mm) for each bracket (Fig. A2).
Refrigerator door panels
Fig. A 1
Freezer drawer panel
Fig. A 2
Freezer drawer panel
Fig. A
Fig. A 2
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Mounting the refrigerator panel
The description is for one panel only. The procedure is the same
for both panels.
To make it possible to fasten the refrigerator panel at the bottom
the soft-stop cylinder must be dismantled.
1. Open the refrigerator door and suspend the refrigerator panel
on the top adjusting pins (fig. B).
6. Grasp the soft-stop cylinder and pull down (Fig. D).
2. Screw securing nuts onto the adjusting pins and slightly tighten
(fig. B).
The soft-stop cylinder retracts in the detached state.
fig. D
fig. B
7. Transfer the lower edge of the attachment bracket onto the
panel using a pencil. (fig. E). Remove the panel from the
refrigerator door.
3. Close the refrigerator door and check the height of the panel.
4. Adjust the height of the panel if necessary. Undo the securing
nuts and use the adjusting pins to adjust (fig. C).
fig. E
fig. C
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7. Dismantle the lower attachment bracket from the refrigerator
door. Align the bracket to the lines on the refrigerator door
panel. (fig. G).
Fasten the bracket with any hole wherever possible using a
minimum of 6 screws 4 x 16 mm.
12. Fasten the refrigerator panel using the same screws that
held the lower bracket before removal (fig. K).
fig. K
fig. G
13. Extend the soft-stop cylinder and connect with the ball stud
(fig. L).
8. Open the refrigerator door and suspend the refrigerator panel
on the top adjusting pins (fig. H).
9. Screw securing nuts onto the adjusting pins and slightly
tighten (fig. H).
fig. L
fig. H
14. Click cover into place (fig. M).
10. Move the panel to the left until it makes contact with the
center rail (fig. I).
11. Tighten the hex nuts finally.
fig. M
fig. I
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Mounting the freezer panels
Mounting the dust filter
1. Pull out the top freezer drawer and screw on the pre-assembled
panel. The same screws must be used as those used to screw
on the attachment brackets (3.5 x 13).
The supplied dust filter prevents that dirt enters the motor compartment, reducing the refrigeration performance. Therefore always
install the dust filter.
2. Close the freezer drawer and check the position of the panel.
Adjust the height of the panel by undoing the left and right
screws. Tighten the screws.
3.Pull out the bottom freezer drawer and mount the panel in the
same way.
1. Pull the bottom freezer drawer right out.
2. Remove the protective film from the dust filter. Insert the filter
at the bottom, press the button down and click the filter into
place.
4. For both drawers, cover the gap between the drawer and the
panel with the cover strips supplied. Remove the protective
film from the trim and insert into the gap at the top.
Mounting the ventilation grille
Important!
To ensure fault-free operation of the appliance, you must
install the supplied ventilation grille.
Do not obstruct the ventilation opening or cover it with a
panel!
3.5 x 13 mm
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