Refrigerator
BRFB1920SS
BRFB1900FBI
BRFB1920FBI
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Table of Contents
Symbols and Their Meanings ........................................................................................................................................ 3
Product weight .............................................................................................................................................................. 5
Load bearing capacity of the doors............................................................................................................................... 5
Climate class.................................................................................................................................................................. 5
Product Information: .................................................................................................................................................... 6
Furniture: ...................................................................................................................................................................... 8
Ventilation:.................................................................................................................................................................... 8
Combining Kit: ............................................................................................................................................................... 8
Electrical Connection .................................................................................................................................................... 9
Water Connection ......................................................................................................................................................... 9
TOOL LIST ........................................................................................................................................................................ 10
ALTERNATIVES FOR INSTALLATION ................................................................................................................................. 11
PREPARATION FOR INSTALLATION ................................................................................................................................. 12
Cabin Dimensions........................................................................................................................................................ 12
Location of the Electrical Wiring ................................................................................................................................. 13
Location of the Water System .................................................................................................................................... 14
Product Dimensions: ................................................................................................................................................... 16
Unpacking ................................................................................................................................................................... 21
Removing the Connectors on the Side Wall ............................................................................................................... 23
Removing the Mounting Parts in the Freezer Compartment ..................................................................................... 24
Removing the FRZ Crisper ........................................................................................................................................... 27
Removing the FRZ Door .............................................................................................................................................. 28
Removing the Lower Vent Hole Assembly .................................................................................................................. 29
Removing the Upper Vent Hole Part .......................................................................................................................... 30
PRE-INSTALLATION.......................................................................................................................................................... 31
Mounting the Anti-Tip Brackets .................................................................................................................................. 31
Alternative anti-tip method: ................................................................................................................................... 34
Preparing the Water Hose and the Power Plug .......................................................................................................... 35
INSTALLATION TO THE CABIN ......................................................................................................................................... 36
Taking the Refrigerator from the Wooden Pallet ....................................................................................................... 36
Placing the refrigerator into the cabin ........................................................................................................................ 38
Adjusting the height of the refrigerator in the cabin.................................................................................................. 42
Adjusting the refrigerator according to the cabin flange ........................................................................................... 44
Screwing the side brackets ......................................................................................................................................... 46
Screwing the upper bracket ........................................................................................................................................ 48
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INSTALLING THE CABIN BOTTOM ................................................................................................................................... 49
Water connection ....................................................................................................................................................... 49
Attaching the upper vent hole part ............................................................................................................................ 51
Attaching the lower vent hole assembly .................................................................................................................... 52
Attaching the kick plate sheet assembly..................................................................................................................... 54
Attaching the decorative parts ................................................................................................................................... 55
FURNITURE DOOR PREPARATION ................................................................................................................................... 56
Choosing the Door Thickness ...................................................................................................................................... 56
Removing the Mechanism Covers .............................................................................................................................. 58
Removing the 3D Adjusting Mechanism on the Refrigerator ..................................................................................... 59
Preparing the Fridge Furniture Door .......................................................................................................................... 61
Preparing the Freezer Furniture Door ........................................................................................................................ 65
Kick Plate Position Adjustment: .................................................................................................................................. 70
INSTALLING FURNITURE DOORS ..................................................................................................................................... 71
Installing the Fridge Furniture Door............................................................................................................................ 71
Installing the Freezer Furniture Door.......................................................................................................................... 76
Adjusting the Furniture Door ...................................................................................................................................... 78
Attaching the covers ................................................................................................................................................... 89
HINGE ADJUSTMENT ....................................................................................................................................................... 91
Adjusting the hardness of the hinges ......................................................................................................................... 91
CHANGING THE DIRECTION OF THE FF DOOR ................................................................................................................ 93
Removing the FF clad door ......................................................................................................................................... 93
Removing and preparing the Fridge Inner Door ......................................................................................................... 97
Replacing the hinges ................................................................................................................................................. 100
Installing the FF PU Door........................................................................................................................................... 106
Installing the Fridge Furniture Door and adjusting the door .................................................................................... 107
INSTALLING THE DUAL CABIN ....................................................................................................................................... 107
Cabin Dimensions...................................................................................................................................................... 107
Location of the Electrical Wiring ............................................................................................................................... 108
Location of the Water System .................................................................................................................................. 109
Removing the Side Brackets...................................................................................................................................... 111
Attaching the Fasteners ............................................................................................................................................ 112
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Symbols and Their Meanings
Symbols used in the installation manual are as follows.
Important information or useful usage tips
WARNING: Conditions that may damage the product or its operating functions
ATTENTION: Conditions containing serious injury risk
Conditions containing electric shock risk
Packaging materials of the product have been manufactured from recyclable materials in accordance
with our National Environment Regulations.
Disposing the packaging materials
The package has been designed to protect the product during transport. The packaging materials used for the
product do not harm the nature during disposal and they need to be recycled.
All plastic packaging materials, bags etc. must be disposed safely and kept out of the reach of children. Please return
the packaging to your dealer.
WARNING:
This installation manual has been prepared to help installation teams. The User Manual provided with the product
must also be taken into consideration.
You may get seriously injured and your product may get damaged if you ignore the warnings given in this manual.
Please read the following carefully.
WARNING:
R600a Refrigerant
This product contains R600a isobutane refrigerant, which is a very eco-friendly natural gas. However, it is also
flammable. Please follow the warnings given below:
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If the product has been transported horizontally, you must wait for 4 hours minimum before plugging it in.
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The following instructions must be followed during installation:
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Dimensions of the installation area must be suitable.
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Dimensions, features and position of the object used to support and fix the product to this area must be
suitable.
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Minimum clearances between product parts and surrounding structures must be suitable.
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Minimum dimensions and proper organisation of ventilation holes must be observed.
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The product must be connected to the mains power, and corresponding connections of other components
must be suitable.
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The product must be disconnectable from the power supply after installation.
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The socket or fuse must be accessible to de-energise the product.
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Extension cables or ungrounded (two-terminal) adapters must not be used.
ATTENTION:
You must wear gloves and eye protectors when installing the product.
You must also take measures against high noise levels when drilling the floor or using a drill.
ATTENTION:
Make sure that your product is suitable for your local mains.
ATTENTION:
The product must be installed by a qualified technician according to the installation instructions.
WARNING:
The product may tip over since it is quite heavy. For this reason, precautions must be taken against tipping over. The
doors of the product must be kept closed until it reaches the destination and it must be transported in accordance
with the installation instructions.
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Product weight
BRFB1920SS: 486.00 lbs (220.44 Kg)
Load bearing capacity of the doors
Max. load that the Fridge Door can bear: 55 lbs (25 kg)
Max. load that the Freezer Door can bear: 22 lbs (10 kg)
Climate class
Climate range
SN
N
ST
T
Ambient temperature of the room
Between +50oF (10oC) and +90oF (32oC)
Between +60oF (16oC) and +90oF (32oC)
Between +60oF (16oC) and +110oF (38oC)
Between +60oF (16oC) and +120oF (43oC)
This appliance has been designed to be used in certain climate ranges (ambient temperatures). It must not be used
out of this range. Climate range of this device is specified on the Barcode Label located inside the appliance.
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Product Information:
As illustrated in the figure below, you can see the Barcode Level at the top right corner of the FRZ Compartment.
Installation Place
You must follow the instructions below:
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The floor on which the product will be installed must be capable of bearing 1,200 pounds (544 kg) minimum.
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Kitchen floor and the bottom of the product must be at the same level. Otherwise, problems may occur with
the air suction of the product.
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There must be no objects preventing the installation of the product at the back and on the side walls of the
product's installation place.
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The power socket must be at the correct place.
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Dimensions of the furniture where the product will be installed must be in strict conformity with the
dimensions given in the manual.

Do not install the product with the fridge and the freezer are adherent next to each other. Otherwise,
condensation and damage may occur in the product. (Please see "Dual Cabin Installation" for detailed
information)
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Flatness of the floor where the product will be installed must be checked with a Bubble Level Tool.
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Installation area must not be subjected to direct sunlight and it must be away from heat sources, ovens,
radiators etc.
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The ambient temperature must be between 55°F (13°C) and 110°F (43°C). Otherwise, function errors may
arise when the product is running.
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If it is not possible to avoid installing the product near a heat source, the minimum clearances given below
must be maintained between the product and the said source:

11/4" (3 cm) from electric hobs or ovens
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12" (30 cm) from gas or fuel operated hobs or ovens
Please observe the following rules:

The power socket or fuse must be easily accessible in case of an emergency; it must not be hidden behind
the product.
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Plug or cable must not touch the back surface of the product. Otherwise, it may get damaged due to the
vibration of the product.
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Do not connect the plugs of other appliances behind this product.
If the humidity level is high where the product is used, corrosion may be seen on the outer surface of the product.
Keep the installation room dry and well-cleaned to avoid corrosion.
To avoid the risk of electric shock:
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Connect the plug to a grounded 3-pin socket.
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Do not remove the ground terminal of the plug.
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Do not use adapters.
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Do not use extension cables.
ATTENTION:
Failure to follow these instructions may result in death, fire or electric shock. Connecting the grounding conductor of
the equipment to an improper place may lead to electric shock. Please have the grounding checked by a qualified
electrician or service technician if you have any doubt about the proper grounding of the product.
Installation, repair and other procedures performed by unqualified persons may cause danger. Before installing the
appliance, make sure that the voltage, load and circuit current parameters on the data plate are in compliance with
the power mains in your house.
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The appliance is provided with a NEMA 5-15 P plug and a 3-pin power cable which is in the UL list and ready to be
connected to a 120 V, 60 Hz power supply. Fuse is 15 A. The appliance must be connected to a 3-pin socket. The plug
must be installed only by a licensed electrician.
If the electrical wiring or the electric power supply of the house needs alteration, the necessary procedures must be
performed by a qualified electrician.
ATTENTION:
Do not install you refrigerator:

In open areas
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In environments where water is dripping
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In environments where temperature is lower than 55° F (0°C)
Furniture:
Make sure that the furniture where you will install the appliance has been safely mounted in your kitchen. Your
furniture must be connected to the floor and the wall properly and with suitable connections.
For the best installation, clearances between the furniture and the product must be in compliance with the values
specified in the installation instructions.
Side walls must be free of clearances and their surfaces must be flat.
Minimum thickness of the side walls must be 5/8" (16 mm).
Minimum thickness of the doors to be attached to the product must be ¾" (19 mm) .
ATTENTION:
There is a stainless steel door and stainless kick plate option. Please consult the authorised service.
Ventilation:
Vent holes where the air enters and exits the unit must not be blocked or obstructed. In addition, you must
periodically clean the dust and dirt that accumulate on these holes in time.
Combining Kit:
There is a combining kit if you wish to use the two refrigerator combined next to each other. If you are going to use
them side by side, you will need to demand this kit separately from the authorised service. (Please see "Dual Cabin
Installation" for detailed information)
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Electrical Connection

Never use an extension cable.
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The power socket must definitely be grounded and checked by an authorised person.

Location of the electrical wiring must comply with the dimensions specified in the manual.
ATTENTION:
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
Electrical grounding is necessary. This appliance is equipped with a three-pin plug to protect you against
possible electric shocks.
•
Do not remove the round grounding terminal from the plug.
•
Do not use two-pin grounding adapters.
•
Do not use extension cables to energise the product.
ATTENTION:
Do not connect the grounding cable to the gas pipe. Please have the grounding checked by a qualified
electrician if you are not sure about the grounding of the product. Do not install a fuse on the neutral line or
grounding circuit.
WARNING:
Please wait for ½-1 hour before energising the product to protect it against possible damages. This way, the
refrigerant and the lubricants in the system get balanced.
Water Connection
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Pressure of the mains water must be in compliance with the values specified in the manual.
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Location of the water system must comply with the dimensions specified in the manual.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
Bypass is recommended for the water filtering system if a reverse osmosis system is used.
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TOOL LIST
Tools to be used when installing the product are as follows:
Cordless
Drill
Safety
Goggles
½"
Wrench
Hammer
Ladder
Ø2.4
Drill bit
Ø2.4
Drill bit
Box
Cutter
Safety
Gloves
Tape
measure
Star bit
T27
Torx Bit
T25
Torx Bit
T20
Torx Bit
¼"
Wrench Flat
Bubble
Level
Tool
Wheelbarrow
Tape
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ALTERNATIVES FOR INSTALLATION
The product can be placed in various ways based on the kitchen design. It must be installed at a place where it is
ensured that the door can be opened and closed properly. If the doors cannot be opened 90 degrees at least, you
cannot completely open the drawers inside the product.
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Single cabin placement methods
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Dual cabin placement methods
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PREPARATION FOR INSTALLATION
The instructions below have been prepared according to Built-in type.
Built-in: The Appliance and Panels fully seat into the gap, and a material that can be their own box is jammed
between the two kitchen cabinets or decorative columns. This is the most common installation scenario.
Cabin Dimensions

Cabin dimensions below must be checked before starting the
installation.
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Location of the Electrical Wiring
Location of the electrical wiring must be within the range given below.
ATTENTION:
Do not use extension cables or two-pin adaptors and do not remove the ground terminal of the grounding cable.
ATTENTION:
A qualified electrician must ensure that the poles of the socket are connected correctly. Verify that the grounding of
the socket is correct.
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Location of the Water System
The water connected to the water mains must be potable.
Location of the water system must be within the range given below.
Water system of the refrigerator must be connected to the water mains system in the house. The user must be able
to switch it on/off with the valve when necessary.
Objects that might pierce the water hoses or cause them to twist must not be present where the water line is
installed.
Pressure of the water system must be between 25-80 psi (1.7-5.5 Bar).
If the water pressure exceeds 80 psi, install a pressure limiting device or water impact protector to the inlet valve.
Never install the product or operate the appliance if it is possible for the water pressure to exceed 120 psi.
WARNING:
Make sure that there is no water leakage when making the water connections. Otherwise, there will be water on the
floor and the furniture will get damaged.
You will need a hose with a minimum length of 60" (1.5 meters) and a diameter of ¼" for water connections of the
product during installation. A connector that has a thread with an external diameter of ¼ must be used to connect
the hose end to the product.
Before completing the installation, make sure that water flows and there is no water leakage.
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WARNING:
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Flatness of the floor where the product will be installed must be checked with a Bubble Level Tool.
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Uprightness of the furniture flanges must be checked with a Bubble Level Tool.
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If the flatness and uprightness of the product is not proper, problems may arise with the installation.
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Product Dimensions:
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Distances between the furniture doors and the kitchen furniture must be 1/8" (3 mm) minimum.
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Height of the Kitchen Countertop Based on the Min./Max. Height of the Cabin;
Min.
Max.
A
3 3/4" (95 mm)
6 1/2" (165 mm)
B
32 7/16" (824 mm)
35 3/16" (894 mm)
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C
32 9/16" (827 mm)
35 5/16" (897 mm)
D
83 5/8" (2,124 mm)
86 3/8" (2,194 mm)
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Unpacking
WARNING:
At least two persons must carry the refrigerator.

Use a box cutter to remove the tapes.
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Cut the Packaging Board with a Box Cutter through the section illustrated in dotted lines and remove it.
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Remove the Packaging Polystyrene material.
ATTENTION:
Do not remove the tape of the upper door on the product until the refrigerator is placed into the cabin. Risk of
tipping over.
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Removing the Connectors on the Side Wall
1 - Side furniture connection bracket closing parts
2 - Seals between the Furniture, Door and Inner Door for the Fridge (Already attached in products with clad
doors)
3 - Seals between the Furniture, Door and Inner Door for the Freezer (Already attached in products with clad
doors)
4 - Upper furniture connection bracket closing part
5 - Kick plate sheet metal (Only in products with stainless steel doors)
6 - Freezer Door upper cover
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Removing the Mounting Parts in the Freezer Compartment

Open the Freezer Compartment door and remove the Mounting Boxes and documents in the Crisper.
Parts in the Mounting Box in Products with Furniture Doors
7 - Anti-Tip Bracket
8 - Dowel
9 - Anti-Tip Bracket Screws
10 - Position adjustment part
11 - Furniture Connection screws
12 - Freezer Furniture Door Adjustment Washer
13 - Fridge Furniture Door Hanger Bracket
14 - Fridge Furniture Door Hanger Part
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15 - Hanger part screws
16 - Hanger bracket part screws
17 - 90° limiting pins
29 - Cable Clamp
30 - Screw
31 - Furniture Door Preparation Template
Parts in the Mounting Box in Products without Furniture Doors
7 - Anti-Tip Bracket
8 - Dowel
9 - Anti-Tip Bracket Screws
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10 - Position adjustment part
11 - Furniture Connection screws
12 - Freezer Furniture Door Adjustment Washer
13 - Fridge Furniture Door Hanger Bracket
14 - Fridge Furniture Door Hanger Part
15 - Hanger part screws
16 - Hanger bracket part screws
17 - 90° limiting pins
18 - Fridge Door side brackets
19 - Fridge Door side bracket covers
20 - Bracket screws (Fridge door connection)
21 - Bracket screws (Furniture connection)
22 - Fridge/Freezer Door middle brackets
23 - Bracket screws (Furniture connection)
24 - Bracket screws (Fridge/Freezer door connection)
25 - Freezer Door upper brackets
26 - Bracket screws (Furniture connection)
27 - Bracket screws (Freezer door connection)
28 - Cradle screws
29 - Cable Clamp
30 - Screw
31 - Furniture Door Preparation Template
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Removing the FRZ Crisper

Remove it manually with 4 knurled screws.

Remove the Lower Crisper.
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Removing the FRZ Door

Remove 2 screws which are near the front section and connect the FRZ Door and the rail.
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Pull the door frontward to free it from the tabs at the back and remove it.
Removing the Lower Vent Hole Assembly

Remove the 2 screws to take out the Lower Vent Hole Assembly.
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Removing the Upper Vent Hole Part
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Remove the 2 screws to take out the Upper Vent Hole Part.
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PRE-INSTALLATION
Continue to install the product according to the instructions below. Additionally, consider national and local
instructions regarding installation.
Please observe the following:

For the USA, The National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70 – last version/State or Municipality
directives and/or regional directives.

For Canada, The Canadian Electrical Code, C22.1 – last version/State or Municipality directives
and/or regional directives.
Mounting the Anti-Tip Brackets
WARNING:
You must definitely use Anti-Tip Brackets to prevent the appliance from tipping over.
WARNING:
Make sure that there is no electrical or water connection where the screws will be tighten and connections will be
established.
WARNING:
Please remember to use the necessary protective equipment when drilling holes on the wall and performing
installation.
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Mark the wall for Anti-Tip Brackets (7).
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Use a drill to create holes for Dowels (8) at the marked points. (5/16" – Ø8)
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Use the hammer to fit the dowels (8).
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Fit the brackets (7) into their places, using 4 screws for each.
You must use all of the 3 brackets to ensure safety of the product.
WARNING:
If you are not sure whether the existing connection parts are fit to the wall as securely as they should be, you can
use alternative anti-tip methods.
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If there is furniture at the back wall of the refrigerator, please make sure that the furniture is fixed to the wall. For
this, you need to be sure that the back wall of the furniture is fixed to the concrete back wall with suitable
connection parts
Alternative anti-tip method:
If the anti-tip brackets cannot be connected securely, you must use the alternative method below.
In this method, you can use wooden girders to avoid the risk of tipping over.
It must be installed as illustrated in the figure below.
There must be no clearance between the product and the wooden girder.
Minimum section dimensions of the wooden girder must be 3"x4" (75 mm x 100 mm). Width of the girder must be
equal to the clearance where it will be installed.
An additional girder must be used if the niche depth is more than anticipated. The wooden girder must contact the
product with a maximum size of 2" (50.8 mm).
To determine the location for the wooden girder, mark it on the rear wall, select suitable screws and connect safely.
WARNING:
Number and features of the screws to be used for the wooden girder must be determined so that there is no safe
connection.
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Preparing the Water Hose and the Power Plug
You will need a hose with a minimum length of 60" (1.5 meters) and a diameter of ¼" for water connections of the
product during installation. A connector that has a thread with an external diameter of ¼ must be used to connect
the hose end to the product.

Connect the water hose to the mains, extend it and tape it to the ground.

The mains cable is provided externally with the product. First of all, connect the mains cable to the socket.

You can apply the method below to prevent the cable from getting jammed.
Use the Cable Clamp (29) and screw (30) to fix the cable connected to the socket to a level approximately
35" (890 mm) higher than the ground.
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INSTALLATION TO THE CABIN
Taking the Refrigerator from the Wooden Pallet

Remove the 5 brackets that connect the refrigerator to the Wooden Pallet.
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
ove the screws that hold the rear foot of the Wooden Pallet.

Hold the refrigerator firmly, put its weight to the front and push the Wooden Pallet's rear part (from which
you have removed the screws) sideways to remove it.
WARNING:
The cabin may tip over during this procedure. Make sure you are doing it safely.

Recline the refrigerator slowly and pull back with the help of the casters, and then land it.
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ATTENTION:
The risk of tipping over is high as of this point. You should not open the doors until the product is placed into the
cabin.
Placing the refrigerator into the cabin

Insert the mains water hose into the duct at the back and take it out from the front.
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
Connect the electrical plug to the socket on the product.

Start the refrigerator and make sure it is energised. (You can check if the lamps of the freezer compartment
are on or off to see if the product is operating)
IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
You can use tape and similar protectors on parts you think this is necessary to protect the edges of the furniture
when placing the product.
WARNING:
The plug of the product must be accessible after installation. If the plug is not accessible after installation, the power
must be cut off from the main switch.
WARNING:
Make sure that the mains cable is not jammed when placing the product.

Push the product carefully towards the cabin to place it. If there is strain during the placement of the
product into the cabin:
o
The floor might be rough or uneven
o
Adjustable feet might be loose (please see the relevant section to learn how to adjust the adjustable
feet)
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
You must attach the Freezer Door temporarily to align the product before placing it.
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
You must use the upper edges of the Freezer Door when aligning the product with the furniture. Adjustment of
other edges are explained in the following pages.
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Adjusting the height of the refrigerator in the cabin

Adjust the refrigerator height using the adjustable feet.
WARNING:
First of all, raise the front feet to reduce the risk of the cabin falling frontward.
A+B – The Front Left section will rise if you push the left adjustment rod forward by 1" and rotate it clockwise
C+D – The Right Left section will rise if you push the right adjustment rod forward by 1" and rotate it clockwise
A – The Rear Left section will rise if you rotate the left adjustment rod clockwise without pushing it forward
C – The Rear Right section will rise if you rotate the right adjustment rod clockwise without pushing it forward
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
Raise the adjustment part from the cabin's front feet as shown in the figure below to the degree it can get
under the cabin (1").
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The rear feet are adjusted via Bubble Level Tool.

After adjusting the adjustable feet, check the flatness in both width and depth directions.
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
The maximum height that the adjustable feet can reach is 2 1/2" (63 mm) and the product height is 85 3/16" (2,164
mm)
Adjusting the refrigerator according to the cabin flange

For products with clad doors, the position of the Refrigerator is adjusted so that the door and the furniture
surface are flush. You can also use gage (10) if necessary.

For products without clad doors, the product is placed using the Adjustment part (10) as shown in the figure
below.
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
It is very important to align the upper edge of the Freezer door when aligning. All the other edges can be adjusted
with the adjustment mechanisms.
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
Position of the level adjustment part (10) must be adjusted according to the thickness of the door. It can
adjust the level for 6 different door thickness levels.
Screwing the side brackets

Attach the Side Brackets to the furniture with 10 screws (11) for each bracket.
WARNING:
Before starting to screw the Side and Upper brackets, please make sure that water is supplied to the product and
there is no water leakage.
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
If you have difficulty tightening the screws, opening a reference hole with the drill will make this procedure easier.
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Screwing the upper bracket

Attach the upper bracket to the furniture with 4 screws (11).
IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
If you have difficulty tightening the screws, opening a reference hole with the drill will make this procedure easier.
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INSTALLING THE CABIN BOTTOM
Water connection

Use the box cutter to cut the water hose from the end of the pipe it comes out, leaving a section of 10".

Use the 2 wrenches to firmly connect the hose coming from the mains and the hose coming from the valve.
WARNING:
The hose coming from the mains must be one piece. Do not use extension hoses.
WARNING:
Make sure that the power is cut off when making the water connection of the product.
WARNING:
The water valve must be off when connecting the water hose.
WARNING:
It is recommended that the water on/off valve remains accessible after installing the product.
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WARNING:
This product is suitable for use with cold water mains only.
WARNING:
Pressure of the water system must be between 25-80 psi (1.7-5.5 Bar).
IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
Once the connection is complete, you must turn on the mains valve and make sure that there is no leakage at that
point.
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Attaching the upper vent hole part

Use 2 screws to attach the upper vent hole part.
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Attaching the lower vent hole assembly

Use 2 screws to attach the lower vent hole part.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
You can move the lower vent hole forward-backward to adjust it to the kick plate in the kitchen.
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WARNING:
Forward-backward travel distance of the lower kick plate must be 15/16" (23 mm). As you can see in the figure, the
decorative kick plate must not be in front of the upper vent hole level.
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Attaching the kick plate sheet assembly
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Remove the paper of the kick plate sheet (5) tapes and attach it by adjusting its ground clearance.
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You can use a furniture part suitable for the kitchen design instead of the kick plate sheet (5).
WARNING:
The kick plate attached here should not block the air blow vent hole.
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Attaching the decorative parts
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Attach the side closing parts (1) onto the right/left connection brackets.
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Attach the upper closing part (4) onto the upper connection bracket.
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FURNITURE DOOR PREPARATION
This section contains information about preparing the furniture doors and mounting them to the product.
WARNING:
Maximum weights of the furniture to be mounted to the product are as follows.
Fridge Door: 35.7 lbs. (16.2 kg)
Freezer Door: 19.8 lbs. (9 kg)
Choosing the Door Thickness
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The door of your refrigerator can open by 115° maximum. If the door is going to open to this degree, you can
choose the following thickness levels.
WARNING:
If the door thickness is more than 1 ½” (38 mm), the door should not open more than 90°. You must use a
limiting pin on the hinge.
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You can limit the opening degree of your door to 90° if you want.
In this case, the door thickness levels can be like the following (you can look at the relevant section to learn
how to attach the 90° limiting pin)
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Removing the Mechanism Covers

Remove one screw to take out the FF Upper Cover.
WARNING:
There is a magnet on the FF Upper Cover. This is a functional part for the operation of the product. It should not be
confused with the lower cover.

Remove one screw to take out the FF Lower Cover.
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Removing the 3D Adjusting Mechanism on the Refrigerator

Remove the Upper and Lower 3D Adjusting Mechanism Assemblies from the FF Door.
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Remove the 3D Adjusting Mechanism Assembly from the lower part of the FRZ PU Door.

Take out the cradle parts from the mechanism assemblies.
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Preparing the Fridge Furniture Door
IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
You must take the dimensions into account when grouping the cradle parts on the furniture door. When
marking, you can use the "Clad Door Template" (31) provided with the product.
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WARNING:
Handle connection holes must be adjusted according to the handles to be used in kitchen design.
WARNING:
Maximum thickness of the door must be ¾" (19mm).
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WARNING:
You must use screws suitable for the door thickness.
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Install 2 cradles using the chipboard screws (28). You can also use the template (31) provided with the
product to align these parts. It is recommended to keep this template for future reference.
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Attach 1 hanger sheet (14) using 2 screws (15).
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Attach the 3D adjusting mechanisms you have removed from the door to the door cradles.
The 3D adjusting mechanisms must be attached as illustrated in the figure.
WARNING:
FF hanger sheet and FF upper mechanism assembly must be at the upper section of the door.
WARNING:
When you are grouping the mechanism on the cradles, you must push it until the tab is locked.
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Attach the door handle to the fridge furniture door.
Screws holding the door handle must not protrude.
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Preparing the Freezer Furniture Door
WARNING:
Handle connection holes must be adjusted according to the handles to be used in kitchen design.
WARNING:
Minimum thickness of the door must be ¾" (19 mm).
WARNING:
You must use screws suitable for the door thickness.
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Install 1 cradle using the chipboard screws (28). You can also use the template (31) provided with the
product to align these parts. It is recommended to keep this template for future reference.
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Attach 3 sheet metal brackets (25) using 2 screws (26) for each.
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Attach the 3D adjusting mechanisms you have removed from the door to the door cradles.
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Attach the FRZ door handle.
Screws holding the door handle must not protrude.
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Use 4 screws to group the freezer inner door on the furniture door as shown in the figure below.
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Attach the brackets to the freezer inner door, using 1 bolt (27) for each bracket and the Crescent Washers
(12) specified below.
A total of 3 mm washers must be placed on the FRZ Door (2+1) on the condition that all furniture dimensions are
suitable. Washers to be used are determined based on the kitchen design.
WARNING:
You will find more Crescent Washers than you need in the mounting box. You can use them if your kitchen design
requires so.
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Kick Plate Position Adjustment:
Nominal distance of the cabin's lower door from the ground is 4" (102 mm).
It can be changed to a value between 2" (51 mm) and 6" (152 mm) by changing the freezer furniture door.
The Lower Vent Hole can move 23 mm forward to be aligned with the Upper Vent Hole.
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INSTALLING FURNITURE DOORS
Installing the Fridge Furniture Door

Hang the freezer furniture door assembly to the refrigerator using the hanger sheet.

WARNING:
Make sure that the positions of the 3D Adjusting mechanisms are correct.
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Remove the Upper FF Door fixing bracket screw.
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Attach the FF Hanger Bracket (13) part in the mounting box to its place with the help of 2 screws (16).
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Group the FF Upper Mechanism with 4 screws.
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Group the Lower Mechanism with 4 screws.
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Remove 2 screws of the hanger part.

Take out the hanger part.
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
Remove 2 screws of the Hanger Carrier.

Take out the Hanger Carrier.
WARNING:
You must keep these parts for future use. You will need them if you want to change the door directions.
Installing the Freezer Furniture Door

Install the Freezer Furniture door assembly onto the rails.
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Fix the Freezer Furniture door assembly onto the rails with 2 screws.
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Adjusting the Furniture Door

WARNING:
The product may come with an Inox Door or as Furniture-mountable from the factory. If the product has an
Inox Door, remove the brackets on the product before performing the adjustments below.

Before starting to adjust the door, set the hardness level of the Fridge Door hinges to "0".
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Remove 4 Fixing Brackets on the fridge door.
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
Loosen 3 bracket screws at the upper section of the freezer door.
WARNING:
These screws should never be removed. Number and dimensions of the Crescent Washers in-between will
be changed based on the adjustment.
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
Remove 3 Fixing Brackets at the lower section of the freezer door.

Position of the Furniture Doors to the kitchen furniture must be flush. To achieve this, You can use the 3D
Adjusting system to perform fine adjustments:

First of all, review the position of the grouped Furniture Doors against the kitchen furniture. Distances
between furnitures must be 1/8" (3 mm), assuming that the furniture dimensions are correct. You can make
door adjustments based on this distance.
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Adjust the Furniture Doors with the 3D adjusting mechanism.
You can adjust furniture doors with the 3-axis screw mechanism. Operating principle of the mechanisms are shown
below.
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After completing door adjustments, attach the brackets to the middle section of the Fridge door.
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Attach additional brackets to the upper and lower sections of the Fridge Furniture Door's handle part.
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Tighten the screws together with enough Crescent Washers to cover the clearance under the upper brackets
of the Freezer Door.
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Attach the lower-middle bracket of the Freezer Door.
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Attach the lower side brackets of the Freezer Door.
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Attaching the covers

Attach and screw the Upper Cover of the Fridge Door.

Attach and screw the Lower Door of the Fridge Door.
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Attach the FRZ Cover (6) using the tabs.
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Attach the side closing seals (2) (3).
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HINGE ADJUSTMENT
Adjusting the hardness of the hinges

Use a drill to adjust the hardness of the upper and lower hinges of the FF Door. Set the hinge adjustment
screw to position "1" from position "0".
WARNING:
The door must be fully open during this adjustment.
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WARNING:
This adjustment must definitely be performed after the door has been adjusted.
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CHANGING THE DIRECTION OF THE FF DOOR
Removing the FF clad door

Set the hardness level of the hinge to "0".
ATTENTION:
Failure to set the hinge to "0" and continuing the installation like that may cause injury.

Remove the side closing seals.
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
Loosen one screw of the Upper Cover of the Fridge Door and remove it.

Loosen one screw of the Lower Cover of the Fridge Door and remove it.
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Remove FF Lower and Upper Bracket screws.

Remove the screw of FF Upper and Lower mechanisms.
WARNING: The clad door will be released when these screws are removed. You must take measures to
prevent the door from falling.
You can tape the Furniture Door to the Inner Door or ask for help from another person.
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
Take the Fridge Furniture Door and lay it down on a table upside down. You must attach the Furniture Door
by rotating it 180° based on its current position.

Fix the hanger sheet to its place with 2 screws. Remove the mechanism assemblies and attach them to the
other side. Make sure that the "FF TOP" mechanism assembly is attached to the upper section of the door.
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Removing and preparing the Fridge Inner Door

Remove the hinge connection screws of the Hinge Brackets.
ATTENTION:
The clad door will be released when these screws are removed. You must take measures to prevent the door from
falling.
You can tape the Furniture Door to the Inner Door or ask for help from another person.
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Take out the FF Door and lay it down on a table.

Remove the Upper Hinge brackets on the FF Door and screw them to the other side of the door.
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Attach the Hanger Sheet (13) using 2 screws (16).
Replacing the hinges

Remove the Hinge Caps located at the other side where you will fix the hinges.
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Remove the Screw caps of the hinges.
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
Remove the lower right hinge by loosening its 2 screws and fix it to its slot at the upper Left side.
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Remove the upper right hinge by loosening its 2 screws and fix it to its slot at the lower Left side.
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Fix the screw caps of the hinges to their places.
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Attach the Hinge Slot Caps removed from the left side to the Hinge Caps at the right side.
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Installing the FF PU Door

Place the Fridge Inner Door to the refrigerator and fix it with 4 screws.
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Installing the Fridge Furniture Door and adjusting the door
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Please see relevant chapters.
INSTALLING THE DUAL CABIN
If you are going to make a dual cabin installation, you must definitely demand "Dual Cabin Installation Kit" from the
authorised service.
The instructions below have been prepared according to Built-in type.
Built-in: The Appliance and Panels fully seat into the gap, and a material that can be their own box is jammed
between the two kitchen cabinets or decorative columns. This is the most common installation scenario.
Cabin Dimensions

Cabin dimensions below must be checked before starting the installation.
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Location of the Electrical Wiring
Location of the electrical wiring must be within the range given below.
ATTENTION:
Do not use extension cables or two-pin adaptors and do not remove the ground terminal of the grounding cable.
ATTENTION:
A qualified electrician must ensure that the poles of the socket are connected correctly. Verify that the grounding of
the socket is correct.
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Location of the Water System
The water connected to the water mains must be potable.
Location of the water system must be within the range given below.
Water system of the refrigerator must be connected to the water mains system in the house. The user must be able
to switch it on/off with the valve when necessary.
Objects that might pierce the water hoses or cause them to twist must not be present where the water line is
installed.
Pressure of the water system must be between 25-80 psi (1.7-5.5 Bar).
If the water pressure exceeds 80 psi, install a pressure limiting device or water impact protector to the inlet valve.
Never install the product or operate the appliance if it is possible for the water pressure to exceed 120 psi.
WARNING:
Make sure that there is no water leakage when making the water connections. Otherwise, there will be water on the
floor and the furniture will get damaged.
You will need a hose with a minimum length of 60" (1.5 meters) and a diameter of ¼" for water connections of the
product during installation. A connector that has a thread with an external diameter of ¼ must be used to connect
the hose end to the product.
Before completing the installation, make sure that water flows and there is no water leakage.
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32 - Insulation Sponge
33 - Fastener
34 - Screw
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Removing the Side Brackets

Remove the side brackets that are located in the middle of two cabinets.
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Attaching the Fasteners

Screw (34) the Fasteners (33) that are going to be used to connect two refrigerators together to the
locations shown in the figure.
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Stick the Insulation Sponge (32) to the side panel so that the sponge remains in between two cabins.
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Bring the two refrigerators side by side. After making sure that they are in alignment, screw the fasteners
(33) to the other refrigerator.
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
Make power and water connections of the refrigerator as explained before.

Push the refrigerators into the cabin.
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
Adjust the heights of the refrigerators.
WARNING:
First of all, raise the front feet to reduce the risk of the cabin falling frontward.
A+B – The Front Left section will rise if you push the left adjustment rod forward by 1" and rotate it clockwise
C+D – The Right Left section will rise if you push the right adjustment rod forward by 1" and rotate it clockwise
A – The Rear Left section will rise if you rotate the left adjustment rod clockwise
C – The Rear Right section will rise if you rotate the right adjustment rod clockwise
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You can see previous pages for other installation procedures.
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