Electrolux 2330 I User's manual

Electrolux 2330 I User's manual
Fridge Freezer
SAN 2330 |
Operating Instructions
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IMPORTANT!
if the fridge-freezer you have purchased is replacing
an older refrigerator or freezer still fitted with a snap
catch or lock, you should render this lock unservice-
able before throwing the appliance away or putting it
out for environment-friendly refuse collection.
In this way you can prevent children locking them-
selves in when playing and thus endangering ther
lives.
Please make sure that the pipelines of your fridge-
freezer are not damaged before collection for envi-
ronment-friendly disposal.
Appliance packaging
information
All used materials are environmentally compatible!
They can be sately disposed of or burnt in a refuse
Incinerator!
Regarding the materials: The plastics can also be re
cycled and are marked as follows.
PE- for polyethylene e g. as used in the outer wrap-
ping and bags inside
PS for polystyrene foam e g as used in the pack-
ing. this maternal is basically CFC-free
The cardboard parts are made of waste paper and
should be put back mito the waste paper collection
system.
General instructions
You have just purchased a home indge-freezer
which has been produced according to the stan-
dards apphcable to these appliances.
During manufacture, the necessary measures have
been taken as required by the Appliance Safety Act
(GSG). the Accident Prevention Regulations for Re-
frigerating Installations (VBG 20), and the Specifica-
tions of the Institute of German Electrical Engineers
(VDE).
The refrigeration circuit has been checked for leak-
age The apphance is radio-interference suppressed
in accordance with EC Directive 82/499/EC as well
as with the Standard relating to the Retroactive Ef-
fect of the Mains Supply EN 60 555 Parts 1-3/DIN
VDE 0838 Parts 1-3. June 1987.
Before starting up. we recommend you to read the
following operating instructions, since only by doing
so can you benefit from all the advantages offered
by your fridge-freezer. Please unfold the illustration
pages on the cover to enable you to compare the
text and pictures alongside.
Removing the adhesive tapes
The doors are secured to the housing with adhesive
tapes. Remove any adhesive tape residues with a
suitable petroleum-based cleansing agent.
Commercial use
Should you use your home fridge-freezer commer-
cially or for purposes other than refrigeration. freez-
ing, and deep frozen storage of food and drinks, you
must observe the legal requirements applicable to
your area.
Choice of location
if possible. your fridge-freezer should be installed in
a dry. well-ventilated room
lts installation :1 a damp room or the occurrence of
weather-dependent high ar humidity may temporare
ly lead to precipitaton of rnoisttre (dew formation)
on the outsides
Never instail your fridge-lreezer near a heater or
oven Hfinstallation beside à héat Source 18 UNAvOId-
able. the followmg mimmurn distances at the sides
are to comphed with
To electric cookers 3 em to oil and coal-fired cook-
ers 30 cm Othervvise a heat protection panel should
he used. |
In case of installaton beside arefrigerator or freezer,
a distance of 2 cm is necessary on air circulation
grounds and to avoid condensation
Avoid direct sunshine Do not instaltin a room whose
temperature may fall below +16 C or exceed
+32 °C for any length of time
The appliance should be instalted on a firm. level sur-
face Correct any floor rreguiarities by twisting the
adjustable feet in or out
Your fridge-freezer needs air
Ensure that your fridge-freezer receives sufficient ar
so that the heat generated at the rear wall ot the ap-
phance can be dissipated
Air 1s supplied through the ventilation slots in the
plinth and vented upwards through the rear wall
shaft Never obstruct these openings. If your appli-
ance is surrounded by high- or low-level units, the
rear upper opening must be left unobstructed. The
air vents into the free space must be at least 200 cm?
each
Ihe dlearance between the top edge Of the appli
ance and a high-level oni ted above it Should be at
least 10 cm
Rehingeing the door
Figs. 12 to 27
Before connecting your fudge freezer to The poe
Supply. you should check whether the door ms! De
rehinged from nght (as delivered) To let dss res
quired by installation site and operabiy To retunge -
the door please proceed in the sequence of bqures
dicated ini Figs. 12-27.
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Electrical connection
WARNING - THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE
EARTHED
Please ensure tht tie corte je fr eri dead
Of the rating plate agrees thohe voltage of your
ctectricity supply
220 240 volts ue V°0 240 V AC
your appliance has been equapped th a mar
cad with a moulded on type pling you most comply
with the following regulations The plig moulded on
to the cord mvorporates a fuse For replacement
use à 13 amp BS 1362 tuse Only ASTA approved or
certified fuses should be used The fuse cover
carner must be replaced m the event of changing the
fuse The plug must not be used if the fuse cover
carrier 1s lost A replacement cover carrier must be
obtained from an electrical goods retailer If the
socket outlets in your home are not suitable tor the
plug fitted to the apphance then the plug must be cul
off and an appropriate one fitted When fitting the
plug please note the following points
Important
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accor
dance with the following code
Green and Yellow Earth
Blue Neutral
Brown Live
As the colours of the wires in the mams lead of this
apphance may not correspond with the coloured
markings 1dentifymg the terminals in your plug. pro-
ceed as follows
1 The woe which 1s coloured green and yellow
must he connected to the earth terminal in your
plug which is marked with the letter E or by the
earth symbol : or coloured green. or green and
yellow
2 The wire which 1s coloured brown must be con-
nected tu the live terminal which is marked with
the letter Lor coloured red
3 The wire whichis coloured blue must be connect-
ed to the neutral terminal winch is marked with
the letter N or coloured black
When wining the plug ensure that all strands of wire
dre securely retained in each terminal Do not forget
to hghten the mams lead clamp on the plug
Warning! A cut off plug inserted into a 13 amp
socketis a serious safety (shock) hazard. Ensure
that the cut off plug is disposed of safely.
Voltage 220 240 М АС
13 amps
See rating pate for further information
fase rating
Te ratio plates located on the 1eftariside The reiten)
HQ à Gran ten
Plug socket
The plug socket necessary for connection ot your
apphance to the electinety supply should be pos:
poned so that is possible to polt ont the apphance
plug
Starting up and temperature
regulation
Fig. 1
The knob tor temperature selections locatedan the
refrigerator compartment
Setting "07 means: Off
Rotation in direction “1”: Lighting on refrigerating
unit on. the latter then operating automatically
Setting 1" means: highest refrigerating tempera-
ture warmest setting
Setting "7" means: lowest refrigerating tempera-
ture coldest setting
Setting examples:
a) For normal refrigeration without use of the freez.
er compartment. setting 1. 2 or 3 should be
selected If you require a lover temperature. sc-
lect setting 4
b) it you want to store frozen food or freeze fresh
food in the freezer compartment, select setting
"5" or “6 to give a temperature of -18 °C. Please
note that, on this setting, the refrigerator com-
partment temperature also falls.
To freeze fresh food, select setting "6" or "7
about 4 hours in advance. On this setting, you can
be sure that fresh food will be reliably frozen. Af-
ter freezing, not later than after 24 hours, the
knob should be turned back to setting “5” or "6".
since it will otherwise be too Cold in the refrigera-
tor compartment.
The storage temperature of the freezer compart-
ment should be checked with a thermometer. The
ambient temperature, loading, and frequent door
opening affect the internal temperature. When
the setting is changed, the refrigerating unit does
not start immediately if defrosting is then in pro-
gress.
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Important note
At low room temperature (16-20 °C) and when fro-
zen food is being stored, select the lower setting of
‘6° or “7°. At higher room temperature (25-32 °C)
and when frozen food is being stored. select the
warmer setting of “4° or "5".
High ambient temperature and too cold setting of the
temperature regulator on setting of "6" or “7° may
lead to continuous operation of the refrigerating
unit.
Reset the temperature regulator to a warmer setting
of 4 ar'5' so that the refrigerating unit is regulated
and the defrosting cycle automatically reintro-
duced.
Correct storage
Fig. 2
€ = Strong-smelling refrigerated food, such as
e. g. cheese, onions, garlic, herbs, and spices
O = Eggs
O = Butter, preserves, small refrigerated packag-
es, fruit juices
O = Drinks
© = Preserves, small refrigerated packages. e. q
cream, yogurt, milk cartons
Q = Fruit and vegetables
© = Meat, sausage, cooked meats
© = Ready meals, dairy produce, margarine, pre-
serves, jams, marmelade
© = Ready meals, pastries, preserves, inclined
storage of opened botties
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Ф - Frozen food. ice-cream and ice cubes, com-
partment for freezing of fresh food
® = Frozen food
The EE mark tells you that frozen food can be
stored in this compartment.
The storage time depends on the type of food con-
cerned (see manufacturer's instructions).
Smaller quantities of fresh food can also be frozen.
See the section covering “Freezing fresh food and
storing frozen food
Freezing fresh food and storing
frozen food
Fig. 3
You can use your freezer compartment for storing
frozen food and freezing fresh food yourself
Before the freezer compartment is loaded with al-
ready frozen food (deep-trozen food) for the first
time, the optimum storage temperature of -18°C
must have been attained (see section on “Starting up
and temperature regulation ).
When freezing fresh food yourself, please observe
the following instructions to be sure of obtaining the
best results.
Freeze only sound fresh food. DO not freeze too
large a quantity at any one time. The quality of the
food is best preserved when itis frozen right through
to the core as quickly as possible. Food preparation
is described in the Freezer Book. Do not exceed the
freezing capacity of your appliance in 24 hours as in-
dicated on the rating plate.
If you want to carry out freezing in several consecu-
tive days, only utilize *3 to “4 of this capacity.
Packed food to be frozen should be placed directly
on the refrigerating unit (A). Take special care not to
mix already frozen foods with those not yet fro-
zen.
After around 24 hours (earlier for smaller quantities),
the temperature regulator can be reset to the stor-
age temperature.
After freezing, you can leave the frozen food at the
freezing level concerned.
If. however, further food is to be frozen, you must
restack the frozen food on the storage racks to free
the surface (A) of the refrigerating unit,
Hint for test centres
Filling plans for determination of freezing capacity
and warm-up time may be ordered direct from the
manufacturer.
The do’s and don’ts of storing
frozen food
Once the freezing process is completed, deep-
frozen storage takes place in the temperature range
at least below -18 °C (see section on "Starting up
and temperature regulation ).
When freezing food yourself, please note the maxi-
mum storage times or those indicated in the Freezer
Book.
For storage of already frozen food, itis imperative to
note the storage time specified by the manufacturer
on the packaging.
Make sure that only packaged food is stored in the
freezer compartment. since unpackaged food wil
soon dry out when exposed to the extreme cold.
With the exception of spints and drinks containing a
higher percentage of alcohol. beverages in glass
bottles, particulariy. soft drinks containing carbon di-
oxide. juices, heer. wine. etc should not be stored in
the freezer. When the contents freeze. the glass bot-
tles will crack or even burst
Never handle frozen food with wet hands. Your
hands could easily become frozen to the food. Never
use the freezer as a means of cooling hot meals.
since this causes heavy frost formation inside the
appliance and an increase in power consumption.
If you want to utilize the effective capacity of your
freezer compartment fully and need to accommo-
date an especially large amount of frozen food. you
can take out all storage racks You can then place
frozen food directly on the refrigerating unit. Even
when food is loaded in this way. the functional safety
of your fridge-freezer is assured
Freezer Book
The Freezer Book contains all detailed information
and hints on freezing and storage.
Making ice-cubes
Fill the ice-tray(s) 3+ full with cold water, place in the
freezer compartment, and allow to freeze Never
loosen frozen-on ice-tray(s) with sharp or pointed
objects, or you could irreparably damage the refrig-
erating circuit. The ice-cubes can be easily loosened
by twisting the ice-tray or by holding it briefly under
running water.
If your model is fitted with a holder in the storage
rack. you can conveniently insert the ice-trays
there.
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Frost removal
During operation and when the door is opened.
moisture is deposited as frost on the evaporator.
You will avoid heavy frost formation by not leaving
the freezer compartment door open unnecessarily
long. You will also save power, since heavy frost for-
mation impairs the refrigerating efficiency of your
fridge-freezer. If limited frosting occurs above, it is
not necessary to defrost the whole appliance. Re-
move this frost from time to time with a plastic scrap-
er. e.g. pastry scraper (not with a knife or the
ke).
Freezing calendar
The figures beside the symbols on the inner door in-
dicate the maximum storage period in months aito-
gether for several types of frozen food.
Further details are given in the Freezer Book.
Freezer Book with stored food
chart
The Freezer Book contains all detailed information
and hints on freezing and storage. It also contains
the stored food chart in which you can do your
"bookkeeping
Enter the stored food with storage dates in soft pen-
cil. In this way, you will at alt times have a handy ex-
ternal survey of your frozen food stocks and storage
times. No more unnecessary searching and no cold
losses through prolonged door opening times. After
taking out the frozen food. do not forget to rub out
the corresponding entry.
Storage racks
Fig. 4
All storage racks are height-adjustable for accom-
modation of e. g. bulky items.
For storage of opened bottles, the storage racks can
be slanted. Flavour adulterations due to corks are
thereby avoided.
Variable inner door
Figs. 5 and 6
Depending on the type of food stored, closed con-
tainers or egg holders can be changed over or re-
moved to accommodate fruit juice bottles (Fig. 5).
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he door racks can be folded up to store tall bottles
Fig. 6).
The bottle compartment 1s fitted with a sliding at-
¡achment to separate individual bottles and prevent
them from tilting.
VARIO keep-fresh box
Fig. 7
Depending on model and features. your fridge-
freezer is provided with a keep-fresh box.
The VARIO keep-fresh box caters for the require-
ment that some foods are best kept airtight and oth-
ers kept ventilated Depending on the position of the
inverting lid. the latter keeps the VARIO keep-fresh
box airtight (A) or admits air (B).
Fruit and vegetable tray
Fig. 8
An adjustable partition allows food 10 be separated
according to type or size.
Defrosting
Fig. 9
[he evaporator on the rear wall of the refrigerator
compartment 1s defrosted fuily automatically The
water automaticaliy evaporates. This automatic fea-
ture thus saves you laborious work
Маке sure that the drain opening of the drip gutter is
always free and Lhat the thaw water formed can flow
out unimpeded
Once to twice per year or whenever heavy {ros
builds up the freezer compartment must be defrost-
ed and cleaned.
For this purpcse. the appliance should be unplugged
or otherwise disconnected from the mains supply
(by removing the fuse) and the doors left ajar.
To avoid inadmissible warming of the frozen food,
you should operate your appliance around 6-12
hours in advance on regulator setting 7" tobuildup a
low-temperature reserve’ in the frozen food.
The food still located in the freezer compartment 15
then packed together as tighily as possible.
wrapped in several layers of newspaper. and stored
in a cool place.
You can collect the thaw water in the freezer com-
partment by removing the plug in the bottom of the
freezer compartment and by placing a bowl on the
upper storage rack of the refrigerator compartment
under the drain opening (Fig. 9). Do not forget to re-
insert the plug after defrosting and cleaning.
You can accelerate the defrosting process by plac-
ing a bow! of hot water in the freezer compartment
and by removing detaching pieces of ice before com-
plete defrosting. Never attempt 10 accelerate the de-
frosting process by using other heat Sources. such
as electric heating and warming appliances, candles,
or the like! After defrosting. clean the interior of your
fndge-freezer and its accessories with lukewarm
water to which a mild, non-abrasive detergent can be
added. Finally, wash with clean water and wipe
dry.
Restart your fridge-freezer The frozen food can be
loaded after around 30 minutes.
Cleaning and care
Fig. 10
Your fndge-freezer should be cleaned at reyular in-
tervals. This 1s sultably done when the appliance IS
empty or partly loaded.
During cleaning. the appliance must basically not be
connected to the mains supply (pull out mains plug
or remove fuse)
The drain opening of the thaw water 1s located an the
hack panel of the refrigerator compartment The pin
provided with water drain grooves should prevent
any choking (Fig. 10).
Make sure that this opening 1s always free. (fait
chokes. the pin should Le taken oul cleaned. and re-
inserted
Some organic solvents as well as essential or: (e q
juice from lemon and orange peet butyric aid) at-
tack the plastic parts Do not forget that, evenin your
fridge-freezer. food stored too long may spoil. To
prevent any odours from forming, the contents
should therefore be checked from time to time (in-
cluding accessories) and thoroughly cleaned with
lukewarm water to which a mild. non-abrasive deter-
gent can be added Finally. wash with clear: water
and wipe dry. At least once per year, you should
thoroughly clean the heat-dissipating condenser
(heat exchanger). the metal grille on the back panel
of your apphance.
When not in use
if your fridge-freezer 15 to remain unused for any
length of time, disconnect (unplug) your appliance
from the electricity supply. It should then be cleaned
thoroughly and the doors left ajar to prevent any
odours from forming.
Faults and servicing
To maintain the safety of your appliance. you should
ensure that repairs. particularly to live parts. are only
ever carried out by a qualified electrician. In the event
of a fault. please turn to your dealer or to our service
organisation.
M no light is on. please check first whether the power
supply 1s functioning (Possibly the appliance 1s not
plugge d in propery. or a fuse in the house has
blown. or there may be a general power failure) If
necescary, call in your local electrician at once
In the avent of appliance fauits please notify your
nearest service centre straight away (see hist of ad-
dresses) Do not attempt to do any repar work on
the apphance yourself. ecpecally not to live parts
In order to save unnecessary travel and expense,
please state’
- description of model
- E number
F number
You will find these on the rating phate inside the re.
frigerator compar tmen! of your apphance on the
left-hand side
Caution: Unnecessary service calls wilt be charged
(or. even dunn the guarantee рено
Minor repairs you can carry out
yourself
Fig. 11
- Interior lighting
If the bulb is defective. yor can easily change this
yourself. To do this. unptug the apphance (or oth-
erwise disconnect it. € by remove the fuse)
Press together the rear cover of the regulator-
hghtmig combination and detach (Fig. 11).
Use only a max 15 W spare bulb
- Spare parts
Spare parts can be ordered from the service cen-
tre. You can fit them yourself without any special
skill or training
For example
- Internal accessories. such as
closed containers
egg holders
door racks and bottle compartment
partitions
fruit and vegetable trays
storage racks
- door handles.
Hints on correct use
Store your food. depending on type and sensitivity,
in the appropriate refrigerating zones. This will en-
able you to achieve an optimum storage duration
(see Correct storage” illustration. Fig. 2) Ensure
good packaging or covering of the food to be stored
in your fridge-freezer This ensures that flavour. col-
our. maisture. and freshness are retained.
Clean the refrigerator compartment regularly This
ensures that your foods hygienically stored and that
unwanted odours are avoided.
Note the storage duration of frozen food nm the freez
or compartment to avoid loss of quality Never place
Hot food n your fndge-freezer tor cooling
Hints on energy-saving
One or two additonal hints on energy-saving are giv-
en below
Do not mstall your frdge-freezer next to a radia-
tor. oven. or in direct sunhght. since. through high
ambient temperature the temperature regulator
switches on the refrigerating unit more frequently
and for longer
Do not place any hot food in the refrigerator com-
partment or freezer compartment — first allow the
food to cool to room temperature
- Do not open the doors unnecessarily and close
them again as quickly as possible
Set the mest energy-saving storage temperature
for your refrigerated food - see Starting up and
temperature regulation.
- Ensure good ventilation.
- Keep the heat-dissipating condenser (heat ex.
changer). the metal grille on the rear wall of your
appliance. clean Thoroughly cieanitat least once
per yoar
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