MZM201BG - Montpellier appliances

MZM201BG - Montpellier appliances

Upright freezer

MZM201BG

Instructions for Use

GUIDELINES CONCERNING THE SAFETY OF USE

GENERAL INFORMATION

DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLIANCE, BASIC PARTS

INSTALLATION AND OPERATING CONDITIONS OF THE

APPLIANCE

ELECTRONIC CONTROL PANEL DESCRIPTION. TEMPERATURE

REGULATION

FREEZING OF FOODSTUFFS

DEFROSTING

CLEANING AND CARE

TROUBLE-SHOOTING

TRANSPORT

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

PRODUCT FICHE

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GUIDELINES CONCERNING THE SAFETY OF USE

Some provisions in this user manual are unified for refrigerating products of different types (for a refrigerator, refrigerator-freezer or freezer). CAREFULLY

READ THE INSTRUCTION MANUAL. The Manufacturer shall not be held liable for damage arising from the failure to observe the instructions contained in this manual. Keep this manual for future reference, or to pass it over to the next user.

Do not cover the ventilation holes at the top and on the sides of the appliance.

Do not use any mechanical means or electrical devices to hasten the thawing process when cleaning the freezer compartment.

Do not use electrical appliances inside the food storage compartments of the appliance, unless they are of the type recommended by the manufacturer.

If the supply cord is damaged it must be replaced by the manufacturer, manufacturer service agent or a similarly qualified person, in order to avoid a hazard.

Disposal of the appliance should be according to national rules.

Do not damage the appliance refrigeration system. It contains the refrigerant gas R600a. If the refrigeration system is damaged:

Do not use any open flame.

Avoid sparks―do not turn on any electrical appliances or lighting fixtures.

Immediately ventilate the room.

Air the room in which the appliance is placed for a few minutes (the size of the room for a product containing isobuthane / R600a must be at least 4 m

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) to avoid damage to the cooling system.

Do not allow children to play with the appliance or to plug it in or unplug from the electricity supply socket. Do not allow children to play with the packaging material from the appliance.

This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved.

Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision.

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The appliance should only be connected to an earthed socket installed in accordance with the regulations. Make sure that the supply voltage corresponds with the voltage marked on the rating label. This product complies with all binding CE labelling directives. The earthed electrical socket by which the appliance is connected to the mains should be in an accessible place. It is a legal requirement that the appliance is properly earthed. The manufacturer will not be held liable for any damage or injury which may result from the failure to fulfil this requirement.

TO AVOID THE EXPOSURE TO DANGER, ALWAYS HAVE FAULTY CABLE

BE REPLACED ONLY BY THE MANUFACTURER, BY OUR CUSTOMER

SERVICE OR BY QUALIFIED PERSON AND WITH A CABLE OF THE SAME

TYPE.

It is forbidden to readjust or modify any parts of the unit. It is crucial not to damage the capillary tube visible in the compressor recess. The tube may not be bent, straightened or wound. If the capillary tube is damaged by the user the guarantee will be void.

It is forbidden to use a technically damaged appliance.

The appliance can’t be disposed of by burning.

Do not store beverages in bottles and cans, especially carbonated beverages, in the freezer chamber. The cans and the bottles may explode.

Do not put frozen products, taken out directly from the freezer (lollies, ice cubes, etc.) into your mouth; their low temperature may cause severe frostbite.

The appliance should be used only for freezing and storing foodstuffs.

This appliance is not designed for the storage of explosive substances such as aerosol cans with a flammable propellant.

It is prohibited to store petrol and other flammable liquids near the appliance.

The appliance operates properly at the ambient temperature (see product fiche). Do not use it in the cellar, unheated summer cottage during autumn and winter.

Pull the plug out from the mains socket before each maintenance activity. Do not pull on the cord, but hold the body of the plug instead.

When performing activities, such as cleaning, maintenance or moving, the appliance must be completely disconnected from power supply (by pulling the plug out from the socket)

If the appliance is unplugged (for cleaning, moving to another place, etc.), it may be repeatedly switched ON AFTER 15 MIN.

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Do not place any switched on electrical devices (such as microwave ovens, hair dryers, irons, electric kettles or other electrical devices) on top of the appliance because this may cause ignition of plastic parts.

Do not place any dishes with liquids on top of the appliance and do not keep flowers in vases or other liquid-filled vessels on the appliance.

Do not climb on or sit on the appliance, do not lean on or hang on the appliance doors and do not allow children to do this.

DO NOT TRY REPAIR THE APPLIANCE ON YOUR OWN. ALWAYS

CONTACT AN AUTHORIZED TECHNICIAN. TO AVOID THE

EXPOSURE TO DANGER, ALWAYS HAVE FAULTY CABLE BE

REPLACED ONLY BY THE MANUFACTURER, BY OUR CUSTOMER

SERVICE OR BY QUALIFIED PERSON WHIT A CABLE OF SAME

TYPE.

GENERAL INFORMATION

The appliance is a upright freezer. There is a frost-free freezing system (No

Frost). The freezer is intended for freezing and long-term storage of foodstuffs.

THE APPLIANCE IS ECOLOGICALLY CLEAN, CONTAINING NO MATERIALS

HARMFUL TO THE OZONE LAYER: the refrigerant used is R600a, the foaming agent used for the appliance insulation is cyclopentane C

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THE MANUFACTURER GUARANTEES RELIABLE OPERATION OF THE

REFRIGERATOR WHEN THE RELATIVE AIR HUMIDITY NOT GREATER THAN 70

PER CENT AND THE AMBIENT TEMPERATURE IS:

+16 TO +32 DEGREES CELSIUS (Climate class N);

+16 TO +38 DEGREES CELSIUS (Climate class ST).

+16 TO +43 DEGREES CELSIUS (Climate class T).

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DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLIANCE, BASIC PARTS

1 Control panel

2 FAST FREEZE sections

3 Frozen products sections

4 Glass shelf

5 Condenser

6 Compressor

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INSTALLATION AND OPERATING CONDITIONS OF

THE APPLIANCE

Installation before using the appliance for the first time

It is recommended to prepare the appliance for operation with a helper.

Remove package. Lift the appliance away from foamed polystyrene base. Tear off adhesive tapes.

When positioning the appliance in chosen location, it will move more easily into position if you lift the front a little and incline it backward, allowing it to roll on its casters. Moving or positioning the appliance do not tilt it by more than 40° from the vertical position.

When placing, moving, lifting the appliance, do not hold the door handles, do not pull the condenser at the rear part of the refrigerator and do not touch the compressor unit.

NOTE. When you open the freezer compartment door a little red packing detail will fall out – IT IS FOR TRANSPORTATION PURPOSES ONLY.

Take two supports 1 from the bag and insert them into the guides 2 at the top back part of the appliance (see picture).

If the appliance is brought in from the cold (temperature is not higher than +12

°C), you should wait for two hours before connecting it to the mains.

The appliance should not be connected to the mains until all packing and transport materials aren’t removed. Suitably dispose the packaging material.

Connection to the mains

This appliance should be connected to AC 220-240V 50Hz supply socket. The socket must be fitted properly, and must be supplied with an earthling conduit and a 10A fuse. It is a legal requirement that the appliance is properly earthed. The manufacturer will not be held liable for any damage or injury which may result from the failure to fulfil this requirement.

Do not use adapters, multiple sockets and two-wire extension leads. If it is necessary to use the extension lead, it must be equipped with a protection ring and a single socket and must have a VDE/GS safety certificate.

If an extension lead is used (with a protection ring and safety certificate), its socket must be located at a safe distance, away from the sinks, and must not be in a place where it could be flooded by water or waste water.

When positioning the appliance, be careful that the electrical cord isn’t squeezed in order to avoid its damage. Do not store heavy objects such as cooling devices, furniture or other domestic devices next the appliance in such a way that they could squeeze and damage the electrical cord. This can cause a short circuit and a fire.

Make sure that the plug of the electrical cord is not squeezed by the back wall of the appliance or otherwise damaged. A damaged plug can be the cause of a fire!

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Positioning

Place the appliance in a dry, well ventilated room.

WARNING! The appliance should not be operated in an unheated room or porch. Place the appliance away from heat sources such as kitchen stove/oven, radiators, or direct sunlight.

The rear wall of the refrigerator, in particular, the condenser and other elements of the cooling system must not contact other elements, which may damage them, (e.g. central heating pipes and the water supply pipes).

WARNING! The appliance must not touch any pipes for heating, gas or water supply, or any other electrical devices.

Minimum distances from the heat sources:

- from the electric gas and other ovens - 30 mm,

- from oil or coal fired ovens - 300 mm,

- from built-in ovens - 50 mm

If there is no possibility of ensuring the above- mentioned distances, provide an appropriate insulation board.

Do not cover the ventilation holes at the top of the appliances

– it must be a good air circulation around the appliance. There should be a gap of at least 10 cm between the top of the appliance body and any furniture that may be above it (see fig.). If this requirement is not followed, the appliance consumes more electrical energy and its compressor may overheat. 

The appliance must stand on a level surface and must not touch the wall. If necessary, regulate the height of the appliance by adjusting the levelling feet: by turning them clockwise – the front of the appliance rises, by turning them counter clockwise – it comes down. If the appliance is tilted slightly backward – the doors will close by themselves.

◄ If the appliance is placed in a corner, a gap must be left between the appliance body and the wall so that the freezer compartment door can be opened enough to pull out the frozen product drawer (see picture).

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ELECTRONIC CONTROL PANEL DESCRIPTION.

TEMPERATURE REGULATION.

When connecting the appliance to the mains for the first time, the blue temperature indicating segment lights up at -18 (factory temperature setting -18 °C, but you can select the preferred temperature according to your needs).

The appliance features and temperature are controlled with touch (sensory) buttons.

When the desired function is on, the function symbol lit in a white colour and

when it is turned off, the symbol becomes grey.

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. Temperature adjustment button is marked with the °C symbol. You can set the temperature of the freezer compartment between -24 °C and -16 °C.

Temperature setting in the refrigerator compartment

Activate temperature button 1: tap and keep until the temperature indicating segment starts to flash in blue (active). Then release button 1 and tap repeatedly until the required temperature segment is blue (activated). One tap changes the temperature by one position.

The temperature setting operates in a circle: for example, the active segment is at -22, and if you want to set -18 °C after activation you have to tap temperature button 1 3 times – until the temperature indicating segment at -18 turns blue.

Freezer compartment temperature is adjustable on a five-point scale:

-16 – highest temperature (lowest cooling).

-24 – lowest temperature (highest cooling).

16 °C = ECO function (keeps the food frozen for short period of time, whit a reduced frequency of door opening)

NOTE. After power loss the appliance turns on automatically, saving the last user-set temperature in the refrigerator compartment.

IF THE FREEZER COMPARTMENT DOOR IS OPEN MORE THAN 30 SECONDS an audible warning signal sounds, and silencing when the door is closed.

IF THE ROOM IS COOL, THE REFRIGERATION EQUIPMENT COOLS LESS, SO

TEMPERATURE IN THE REFRIGERATOR CAN RISE. Use temperature setting button 1 to select a lower temperature.

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Cooling appliance on/off

SHUTDOWN. Tap and hold button 1 until the three temperature indicative segments are blue. CAUTION! Voltage remains turned off.

SWITCHING ON. Tap and hold button 1 until the set temperature indication segment is blue.

NOTE: after turning on the cooling appliance, the last temperature set by the user will be saved.

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. Temperature indicator segments. The temperature set-point segment is illuminated in blue (active), while the other temperature value segments are grey

(inactive).

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. The FAST FREEZE function is activated by tapping button 3 marked with the “S“ symbol. When the FAST FREEZE function is on, the white segment in the centre of the button is on. The FAST FREEZE function automatically shuts off when a temperature below –18 °C is achieved.

FREEZING OF FOODSTUFFS

When freezing large quantities of fresh food, turn on the FAST FREEZE function 24 hours in advance – tap FAST FREEZE function button 3 marked with symbol “S“ (see

Fig. 3). The segment in the centre of the button will light. The FAST FREEZE function automatically shuts off when a temperature below –18 °C is achieved. The light goes out in the centre of the FAST FREEZE button. Place fresh food prepared for freezing in one or two lines in the rapid freezing compartment marked with the symbol

After 24 hours, move the frozen food products from the FAST FREEZE section into the storage section drawer(s) (see Fig. 1).

DO NOT EXCEED THE MAXIMUM QUANTITY OF FROZEN PRODUCTS INDICATED IN

THE PRODUCT FICHE.

Leave a gap of not less than 2,5 cm between the foodstuffs being frozen and the upper partition (see fig.).

Do not refreeze partly thawed products.

Do not place unwrapped foodstuffs in the freezer sections.

Fresh food for freezing should not touch already frozen foodstuffs.

Do not freeze foodstuffs that are warmer than the room temperature.

Do not consume ice made in the freezer straight away.

Products will freeze more quickly if they are divided up and packed in small portions.

Do not freeze liquid foodstuffs in glass vessels or bottles. Do not freeze carbonated beverages.

Strictly observe the frozen foodstuffs validity dates indicated by the manufacturer on

• the their packaging.

Strictly observe the frozen foodstuffs validity dates indicated by the

manufacturer on the product packaging.

WE RECOMMEND THAT FROZEN FISH AND SAUSAGE SHOULD BE STORED IN

THE FREEZER COMPARTMENT NOT LONGER THAN 6 MONTHS; CHEESE,

POULTRY, PORK, LAMB – NOT MORE THAN 8 MONTHS; BEEF, FRUIT AND

VEGETABLES – NOT LONGER THAN 12 MONTHS.

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DEFROSTING

THE FREEZER COMPARTMENT gets defrosted automatically: it operates a frost-free cooling system (No Frost). However, according to how often the freezer door were opened and closed, and to - how warm products were placed into the appliance, the frost can accumulate on walls of freezer inner liner and drawers. It is normal. But the thicker is the layer of frost, the higher is a power consumption. In case if No Frost system had not managed to evaporate the excess moisture and the frost layer has formed on, you should defrost the appliance. To defrost the appliance, follow the steps in sequence:

WARN ING! Turn the appliance off and pull the plug out of the electrical socket.

Remove foodstuffs from freezer compartment. The frozen foodstuffs will not warm up too much while you are thawing the freezer compartment if you cover them with a

• thick cloth and keep them in a cool place.

Leave door of freezer open. When the frost melts, clean and wipe dry the surfaces and fixtures. Close the freezer door. Plug in and turn on the appliance.

CLEANING AND CARE

REGULARLY CLEAN THE APPLIANCE.

Remember that before cleaning the freezer compartment and the back part of the appliance body you must disconnect the appliance from the electrical energy supply socket by pulling the plug out of the electricity outlet.

Protect the appliance inner surfaces and plastic parts from fats, acids and sauces. In

• case of accidental spills – immediately clean with warm soapy water or dishwashing detergent. Wipe dry.

Clean the appliance inner surfaces with warm soapy water. Dishwashing detergent

• may also be used. Wipe dry inner and outer surfaces.

Regularly clean the hermetic gaskets of the doors. Wipe dry.

At least once a year clean dust away from the back part of the appliance body and the

• compressor. A soft brush, electrostatic cloth or vacuum cleaner may be used for cleaning.

DO NOT use detergents containing abrasive particles, acid, alcohol or benzene for cleaning the appliance inner and outer surfaces.

DO NOT use for cleaning cloths or sponges that have coarse surfaces intended for scrubbing.

IF THE APPLIANCE IS TO BE LEFT SWITCHED OFF FOR AN EXTENDED PERIOD,

LEAVE ITS DOORS OPEN.

Remarks on the appliance operating noise. As the appliance operates and goes through the freezing cycle, various noises will be emitted. This is normal and is not a sign of any malfunction.

As the refrigerant circulates around the refrigeration system, it causes sounds like murmuring, bubbling or rustling. Louder sounds like popping or clicking may be heard for a short time as the freezer compressor switches on.

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OPERATION PROBLEMS AND THEIR SOLUTIONS

(TROUBLESHOOTING). What if …

The appliance is plugged in to the mains but it does not work and the

electricity supply voltage indicator is not illuminated. Check that your house

• electricity supply installations are in order. Check that the plug is correctly inserted into the electricity supply socket.

Temperature segment in centre of button is red. Cooling device is operating in emergency mode. Contact the refrigeration appliance’s maintenance and repair

• company without delay.

Temperature cannot be set, FAST FREEZE function cannot be activated. Close the refrigerator door, turn off the cooling device – disconnect the power supply cord

• from the outlet, and wait 12 minutes. After the specified time, plug the power cord back into the outlet and perform the required action: set the temperature or turn on the FAST FREEZE function.

The noise has become louder. Check that the appliance is standing stable on a level place. To make it level, regulate the front feet. Check if the appliance is not touching any furniture and that no part of the refrigeration system at the back part of

• the appliance body is touching the wall. Pull the appliance away from any furniture or walls.

When the appliance door is opened, the rubber sealing gasket pulls out. The gasket is smeared with sticky foodstuffs (fat, syrup). Clean the sealing gasket and the

• groove for it with warm water containing soap or dishwashing detergent and wipe dry.

Put the rubber sealing gasket back into the place.

The top of the appliance has condensation on it. The ambient relative air humidity is above 70 %. Ventilate the room where the appliance stands and if possible remove the cause of the humidity.

TRANSPORT

THE MANUFACTURER WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE OF THE

APPLIANCE THAT RESULTS FROM NON-COMPLIANCE WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS

FOR TRANSPORTATION.

The appliance should be transported in the vertical position.

When being transported, the appliance should be protected from atmospheric conditions (rain, snow, dampness).

The appliance should be firmly secured in place while being transported, to avoid slippage or any shocks in the transport vehicle.

If the appliance was transported not vertically, it may be connected to the mains after 4 hours at least. If this is not done, the appliance compressor may fail.

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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

Ozone layer protection

The refrigerants and foaming agents, which are 100% free of FCKW and FKW have been used for manufacturing our product. Therefore we are helping to protect the ozone layer and prevent the increase of greenhouse effects. Also, the innovative technology and environmentally friendly insulation help in reducing energy consumption.

Recycling of the packaging

Our packaging are made of environmentally friendly materials, which can be reused:

The external packaging is made of cardboard/foil;

The FCKW free shape of foamed polystyrene (PS);

Polyethylene (PE) foils and bags.

ELIMINATION / DISPOSAL OF THE EQUIPMENT

If the appliance is no longer in use, cut the connecting cable off the used equipment before its scrapping. Also, remove the appliance lock or render it useless so that the appliance presents no danger to children while being stored for disposal. This appliance is marked with a symbol of the crossed out waste container in conformance with the European Directive 2002/96/EC. Such marking informs that the equipment may not be kept together with other waste coming from the household after the period of its use. The user is obliged to dispose of the appliance at the waste collection point. The local waste collection points, shops and communal units form an appropriate system enabling the disposal of the equipment.

Handling the used electrical and electronic equipment properly contributes to the avoidance of consequences harmful to the human health and natural environment, resulting from the presence of hazardous substances and improper storage and processing of such equipment.

Manufacturer’s Declaration

The manufacturer hereby declares that this product meets the requirements of the following European directives: Low Voltage Directive 2014/35/EC; Electromagnetic

Compatibility (EMC) Directive 2014/30/EC;

ErP Directive

2009/125/EC and has thus been marked with the symbol and been issued with a declaration of compliance made available to market regulators.

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PRODUCT FICHE

Model

MZM201BG

Category ¹

Fridge net volume, L

Cold section net volume, L

8 - Upright freezer

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Freezer net volume, L 201

Actual consumption will depend on how the appliance is used and where it is located

Energy efficiency class ²

Annual energy consumption ³, kWh/year

Climate class 5

Frost-free system

Star marking of frozen-food storage compartments

Freezing capacity, kg / 24 h

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N-ST

Yes

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Height / width / depth of product, cm

Noise level, dB(A) re1pW

Construction

Electrical Data: see in the product label

163 / 60 / 66

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Freestanding

NOTE. The manufacturer reserves the right to make future changes to technical parameters and specifications

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¹) 1 = Refrigerator with one or more fresh-food storage compartments,

2 = Refrigerator-cellar, Cellar and Wine storage appliances,

3 = Refrigerator-chiller and Refrigerator with a 0-star compartment,

4 = Refrigerator with a one-star compartment, 5 = Refrigerator with a two-star compartment,

6 = Refrigerator with a three-star compartment, 7 = Refrigerator-freezer,

8 = Upright freezer, 9 = Chest freezer, 10 = Multi-use and other refrigerating appliances

²) A+++ (most efficient) to D (least efficient)

³) Annual energy consumption (AE C ) in kWh per year, based on standard test results for 24 hours.

Actual energy consumption will depend on how the appliance is used and where it is located.

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) 1 One-star compartment with nominal temperature of -6°C

2 Two-star compartment with nominal temperature of -12°C

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Three-star compartment with nominal temperature of -18°C

Food freezer compartment (four-star compartment) with nominal temperature of -18°C

⁵) Climate class: This appliance is intended to be used at an ambient temperature between lowest and highest temperature: SN = 10°C-32°C, N = 16°C-32°C, ST = 16°C-38°C, T = 16°C-43°C

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