Models - Polar Refrigeration
600 / 400 / 150 litre series
Instruction manual
Models:
CD610/CD611/CD612/CD613/CD614/CD615
UK
Safety Tips
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Position on a flat, stable surface.
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A service agent/qualified technician should carry out installation and any repairs if required. Do not
remove any components or service panels on this product.
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Consult Local and National Standards to comply with the following:
• Health and Safety at Work Legislation
• BS EN Codes of Practice
• Fire Precautions
• IEE Wiring Regulations
• Building Regulations
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DO NOT use jet/pressure washers to clean the appliance.
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DO NOT use the appliance outside.
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DO NOT use this appliance to store medical supplies.
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DO NOT use electrical appliances inside the appliance (e.g. heaters, ice-cream makers etc.).
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DO NOT allow oil or fat to come into contact with the plastic components or door seal. Clean
immediately if contact occurs.
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DO NOT store products on top of the appliance.
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Bottles that contain a high percentage of alcohol must be sealed and placed vertically in the
refrigerator.
•
Always carry, store and handle the appliance in a vertical position and move by holding the base of the
appliance.
•
Always switch off and disconnect the power supply to the unit before cleaning.
•
Keep all packaging away from children. Dispose of the packaging in accordance with the regulations of
local authorities.
•
If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced by a POLAR agent or a recommended qualified
technician in order to avoid a hazard.
Product Description
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CD610 - 150 litre Single Door Refrigerator
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CD611 - 140 litre Single Door Freezer
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CD612 - 400 litre Single Door Refrigerator
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CD613 - 365 litre Single Door Freezer
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CD614 - 600 litre Single Door Refrigerator
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CD615 - 600 litre Single Door Freezer
Introduction
Please take a few moments to carefully read through this manual. Correct maintenance and operation of
this machine will provide the best possible performance from your POLAR product.
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Telephone Helpline: 0845 146 2887 (United Kingdom)
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Pack Contents
The following is included:
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POLAR Refrigerator / Freezer
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Keys x 2
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Shelves - Refrigerator only
CD610 x 3
CD612 x 4
CD614 x 4
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Instruction manual
POLAR prides itself on quality and service, ensuring that at the time of packaging the contents are supplied
fully functional and free of damage.
Should you find any damage as a result of transit, please contact your POLAR dealer immediately.
Installation
Note: If the unit has not been moved or stored in an upright position, let it stand upright
for approximately 12 hours before operation. If in doubt allow the appliance to stand.
1.
Remove the appliance from the packaging. Make sure that all protective plastic film and coatings are
thoroughly removed from all surfaces.
2.
Maintain a distance of 20cm (7 inches) between the unit and walls or other objects for ventilation.
Increase this distance if the obstacle is a heat source.
Note: Before using the appliance for the first time, clean the shelves and interior with
soapy water.
Operation
Control Panel
The control panel is located on the front of the appliance.
Turn On
1.
Close the door of the appliance.
2.
Connect the appliance to a mains power supply.
3.
Set the temperature to the desired setting: 0 (Off), 1 (Cool) to 7 (Cold)
Storing Food
To get the best results from your POLAR appliance, follow these instructions:
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Only store foodstuffs in the appliance when it has reached the correct operating temperature.
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Do not place uncovered hot food or liquid inside the appliance.
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Wrap or cover food where possible.
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Do not obstruct the fans inside the appliance.
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Avoid opening the doors for prolonged periods of time.
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Lock/Unlock the Doors
A lock is fitted to the doors to ensure foodstuffs are kept secure within your POLAR appliance.
Use the keys provided to lock/unlock the door.
Cleaning, Care & Maintenance
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Switch off and disconnect from the power supply before cleaning.
•
Clean the interior of the appliance as often as possible.
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Do not use abrasive cleaning agents. These can leave harmful residues.
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Clean the door seal with water only.
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Always wipe dry after cleaning.
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Do not allow water used in cleaning to run through the drain hole into the evaporation pan.
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A POLAR agent or qualified technician must carry out repairs if required.
Cleaning the Condenser
Periodically cleaning the condenser can extend the life of the appliance.
POLAR recommend that a POLAR agent or qualified technician clean the condenser.
Troubleshooting
If your POLAR appliance develops a fault, please check the following table before making a call to the
Helpline.
Fault
The appliance is not
working
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Probable Cause
Action
The unit is not switched
on
Check the unit is plugged in correctly and switched on
Plug and lead are
damaged
Call POLAR agent or qualified Technician
Fuse in the plug has
blown
Replace the fuse
Power supply
Check power supply
Internal wiring fault
Call POLAR agent or qualified Technician
Telephone Helpline: 0845 146 2887 (United Kingdom)
The appliance turns
on, but the
temperature is too
high/low
The appliance is
leaking water
The appliance is
unusually loud
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Too much ice on the
condenser
Defrost the appliance
Condenser blocked with
dust
Call POLAR agent or qualified Technician
Doors are not shut
properly
Check doors are shut and seals are not damaged
Appliance is located near
a heat source or air flow
to the condenser is being
interrupted
Move the refrigerator to a more suitable location
Ambient temperature is
too high
Increase ventilation or move appliance to a cooler position
Unsuitable foodstuffs are
being stored in the
appliance
Remove any excessive hot foodstuffs or blockages to the fan
Appliance is overloaded
Reduce the amount of food stored in the appliance
The appliance is not
properly levelled
Adjust the screw feet to level the appliance (if applicable)
The discharge outlet is
blocked
Clear the discharge outlet
Movement of water to the
drain is obstructed
Clear the floor of the appliance (if applicable)
The water container is
damaged
Call POLAR agent or qualified Technician
Loose nut/screw
Check and tighten all nuts and screws
The appliance has not
been installed in a level or
stable position
Check installation position and change if necessary
Technical Specifications
Refrigerant
Dimensions
HxWxD
(mm)
150
R134a
(80g)
850 x 600 x
600
55
-10°C to -25°C
140
R404a
(110g)
850 x 600 x
600
60
1.4A
-2°C to 8°C
400
R134a
(140g)
1850 x 600 x
600
90
180
1.6A
-10°C to -25°C
365
R404a
(165g)
1850 x 600 x
600
100
230V
50Hz
180
1.6
-2°C to 8°C
600
R134a
(195g)
1900 x 777 x
690
135
230V
50Hz
300
2.5
-10°C to -25°C
600
R404a
(230g)
1900 x 777 x
690
150
Model
Voltage
Power
Current
Temperature
Range
Capacity
(litres)
CD610
230V
50Hz
100
0.7A
-2°C to 8°C
CD611
230V
50Hz
130
1.1A
CD612
230V
50Hz
150
CD613
230V
50Hz
CD614
CD615
Weight
(Kg)
4
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Electrical Wiring
This appliance is supplied with a 3 pin, moulded, BS1363 plug and lead, with a 3 amp fuse as standard.
The plug is to be connected to a suitable mains socket.
This appliance is wired as follows:
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Live wire (coloured brown) to terminal marked L
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Neutral wire (coloured blue) to terminal marked N
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Earth wire (coloured green/yellow) to terminal marked E
This appliance must be earthed, using a dedicated earthing circuit.
If in doubt consult a qualified electrician.
Electrical isolation points must be kept clear of any obstructions. In the event of any emergency
disconnection being required they must be readily accessible.
Disposal
EU regulations require refrigeration product to be disposed of by specialist companies who remove or
recycle all gasses, metal and plastic components.
Consult your local waste collection authority regarding disposal of your appliance. Local authorities are not
obliged to dispose of commercial refrigeration equipment but may be able to offer advice on how to dispose
of the equipment locally.
Alternatively call the POLAR helpline for details of national disposal companies within the EU.
Compliance
The WEEE logo on this product or its documentation indicates that the product must
not be disposed of as household waste. To help prevent possible harm to human
health and/or the environment, the product must be disposed of in an approved and
environmentally safe recycling process. For further information on how to dispose of
this product correctly, contact the product supplier, or the local authority responsible
for waste disposal in your area.
POLAR parts have undergone strict product testing in order to comply with regulatory
standards and specifications set by international, independent, and federal
authorities.
POLAR products have been approved to carry the following symbol:
All rights reserved. No part of these instructions may be produced or transmitted in any form or by any means,
electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior written permission of POLAR.
Every effort is made to ensure all details are correct at the time of going to press, however, POLAR reserve the right
to change specifications without notice.
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Equipment Type
REFRIGERATOR / FREEZER
Model
CD610 / CD611 / CD612 / CD613
CD614 / CD615
Serial Number
Year of Manufacture
Application of Council Directive(s)
EMC Directive 89/336/EEC
LVD Directive 2006/95/EC
Standards
EN 55014-1:2006, EN 55014-2:1997+A1,
EN 61000-3-2:2006, EN 61000-3-3:1995+A1+A2,
EN 61000-3-11:2000,
EN 55015:2006, EN 61547:1995+A1
EN60335-1:2001, EN60335-2-24:2003
Producers Name
POLAR
Producers Address
Fourth Way
Avonmouth
Bristol
BS11 8TB
United Kingdom
I, the undersigned, hereby declare that the equipment specified above conforms to the above
Directive(s) and Standard(s).
Date
18/12/2008
Signature
Full Name
Position
Richard Cromwell
Marketing Director
CD610-5_UK_A5_v1
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