2. TECHNICAL DATA 1. GENERAL INFORMATION

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2. TECHNICAL DATA
1. GENERAL INFORMATION
2.1 MATERIALS AND FLUIDS USED
The areas in contact with the product are in non-toxic plastic
material for the ventilated models; and in galvanized iron protected with stove baked transparent paint, with non-toxic characteristics in compliance with current standards, for the models
with evaporating grille; the “Wine-Line” models are in steel,
prepainted black on the outside, whereas the inside compartment is in polystyrene, which is the best solution for cleaning and
hygiene. An HFC refrigerant complying with the current legal
regulations is used in the refrigerating units. The type and
quantity of gas used are given on the dataplate.
Thank you for choosing a quality product. We are sure our 400litre refrigerator will meet all your needs for proper keeping of
wines and food.
1.1 FOREWORD
This manual provides all the information necessary for correct
installation of the appliance. Therefore the manual and all the
technical documentation supplied must always be kept with
the appliance for possible consultation by technicians and users. It is important to inform the appliance user about the regulations concerning safety during and after installation.
Read the instructions in the manual carefully before carrying
out any operation on the appliance, as they provide important
information on safe installation and use. Incorrect installation, adjustment, modification, assistance or maintenance
can cause damage, injury or death. The manufacturer declines any liability for operations carried out on the appliance
without respecting the instructions given in this manual. The
use of non-original parts relieves the manufacturer of all liability and invalidates any warranty.
No part of this manual may be reproduced.
2.2 DIMENSIONS, PERFORMANCE AND CONSUMPTION
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS (common to all models)
“Prepainted/Wine”
“Fish/Aisi”
External dimensions:
- width
mm
703
703
- depth
mm
619
619
- height
mm
1640
1755
Compartment dimensions:
- width
mm
610
610
- depth
mm
435
435
- height
mm
1450
1450
Gross capacity
l
400
400
Max. room temp.
°C
+32
+32
Power supply voltage (50Hz)
V
230
230
1.2 INTENDED USE AND RESTRICTIONS
This appliance is designed for the refrigeration and preservation
of foods. Any other use is to be deemed improper.
IMPORTANT: The appliances are not
suitable for installation outdoors and/
or in places exposed to atmospheric
agents (rain, direct sunlight, etc.).
The manufacturer declines any liability for improper use of the products.
“Static” models with evaporating plate
solid door
glass door
Consumption
kwh/24h
1.2
3.7
Weight
kg
75
89
Temp. range in compartment
°C +2/+10
+2/+10
Plastic-coated racks mm: 600 x 400 n
5
5
Plastic-coated racks mm: 600 x 285 n
1
1
Max. power absorbed (1)
W
see dataplate
Qty refrigerant (R134a)
g.
see dataplate
1.3 TESTING AND INSPECTION
The product is dispatched ready for use. Passing of the tests
(visual inspection - electrical test - functional test) is guaranteed and certified by means of the specified enclosures (par.
8).
“Wine-Line” static models with evaporating plate and 5 temperatures
1.4 GENERAL SAFETY RULES
The appliance is manufactured in compliance with European
low-voltage Directives 73/23-93/68/EEC, electrical systems
to standards EN 60-335-1, EN 60-335-2-24 and electromagnetic compatibility to standards EN 55014-1; EN 61000-3-2;
EN 61000-3-3; (89/336/EEC); EN 55014-2.
Validity according to the latest current regulations.
glass door
Weight
kg
Temp. range in compartment (*)
°C
Plastic-coated racks mm: 600 x 400 n
Plastic-coated racks mm: 600 x 285 n
Max. power absorbed(1)
W
Refrigerant capacity (R404a)(5)
g.
1.5 CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES
Provide for an earthed power socket of suitable capacity for the
absorption specified on the dataplate (for detailed information,
see par. 3.5 “Electrical connection”). Make sure the surface on
which the appliance is to be placed is flat.
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(*)
3
1
see dataplate
see dataplate
(*) see par. 4.1
“Ventilated” models with evaporating plate
solid door glass door
Consumption
kwh/24h
1.93
3.9
Weight
kg
80
89
Temp. range in compartment
°C +2/+10
+2/+10
Plastic-coated racks mm: 600 x 400 n
5
5
Plastic-coated racks mm: 600 x 285 n
1
1
Max. power absorbed(1)
W
see dataplate
Qty refrigerant (R134a)
g.
see dataplate
Models with high relative humidity, finned”evaporating coil”
solid door glass door
Consumption
kwh/24h
5.7
7.2
Weight
kg
87
89
Temp. range in compartment
°C -2/+10
+2/+10
Refrigeration system
ventilated ventilated
Plastic-coated racks mm: 600 x 400 n
5
5
Plastic-coated racks mm: 600 x 285 n
1
1
Max. power absorbed(1)
W
see dataplate
Qty refrigerant (R134a)
g.
see dataplate
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“Fish” models
solid door
Consumption
kwh/24h
6.7
Weight
kg
87
Temp. range in compartment
°C
-6/+6
Refrigeration system
ventilated
Basins: H=210
n
4
Basins: H=200
n
1
Max. power absorbed(1)
W see dataplate
Qty refrigerant (R134a)
g. see dataplate
polyethylene: outer wrapping, instruction bag
PE
polypropylene: straps
PP
(1)
With evaporation temperature of -10°C and condensation
temperature of +55°C.
polystyrene foam: corner protectors
PS
“Evaporating grille” models
Consumption
kwh/24h
Weight
kg
Temp. range in compartment
°C
Refrigeration system
Racks useful
n
Max. power absorbed(2)
W
Qty refrigerant (R404a)
g.
(2)
solid door glass door
4.4
14
77
89
-23/-10
-18/-10
static
static
4
4
see dataplate
see dataplate
WARNING:
Do not push or pull the appliance to move it, as it may tip over.
3.2 POSITIONING
Place the appliance in a well-ventilated place, away from heat
sources such as radiators or air-conditioning systems, in order
to allow correct cooling of the refrigerating unit components.
Keep a distance of at least 50 cm from the top and 10 cm from
the sides and back. The plug must be accessible even after
positioning the appliance in the place of installation. To maintain
the recommended internal temperatures the room temperature
must not exceed +32°C.
Adjust the height and levelling with the adjustment feet, also
checking correct door closing.
At room temperature -23.3 °C and dew point +55 °C.
2.3 MECHANICAL SAFETY CHARACTERISTICS, HAZARDS
The appliance has no sharp or projecting parts.
The guards for the mobile and live parts are fixed to the cabinet
to prevent accidental access.
IMPORTANT:
3. INSTALLATION
the appliance must be levelled; otherwise its operation could
be affected.
WEAR SUITABLE PROTECTION EQUIPMENT
(PROTECTIVE GLOVES) WHEN CARRYING OUT
INSTALLATION OPERATIONS.
3.3 REVERSING OPENING OF THE SOLID DOOR
The cabinets are normally supplied with right hinging. To reverse opening, carry out as follows:
• turn off the main switch and disconnect the plug;
• remove the upper cover;
• arrange a support (not supplied) for placing at the bottom part
of the door;
• undo screws “H”, remove the lower bracket “E” and fit it on the
left, in the holes provided;
• remove the temporary support and turn the door 180°;
• remove bushing “F”; shift pin “L” from the slotted hole on the
left to that on the right. Insert bushing “F” on it, turned 180°;
• remove upper bracket “G” and spiral bushing “I”;
• refit the door on the lower left hinge;
• refit bracket “G” on the left side of the cabinet and spiral
bushing “I” on the left side of the door;
• adjust the door and refit the upper cover.
To ensure correct appliance operation and maintain safe conditions during use, carefully follow the instructions given below
in this section.
IMPORTANT:
The operations described below must be carried out in compliance with current safety regulations, regarding the equipment used and the operating procedures.
3.1 UNPACKING
Make sure to wear protection gloves when unpacking the
appliance.
Check the integrity of the packing and any protection materials
before unpacking the equipment.
Any damage must be reported immediately to the carrier. Under no circumstances should a damaged appliance be returned
to the manufacturer without prior notice and written authorization. Remove the protective film, taking care not to scratch the
surface if scissors or blades are used. Then remove the polystyrene padding. For appliances with stainless-steel cabinets,
peel off the protective film very slowly, without tearing it, to avoid
leaving glue stuck to the surface. Should this happen, remove
the traces of glue with a non-corrosive solvent, rinsing it off and
drying carefully. It is advisable to go over all the s/steel surfaces
with a rag moistened with paraffin oil, in order to form a protective film. Use a fork-lift truck to lift the equipment and carry it to
the place of installation, making sure the load is balanced. To
obtain optimal appliance operation, it is advisable to wait about
1 hour before starting it. Packing materials must be disposed
of in compliance with the current regulations in the country where
the appliance is used. Recyclable plastic parts are marked as
follows:
G
I
F
L
F
E
H
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- A suitable differential thermal magnetic circuit-breaker, with
contact opening distance of at least 3 mm, is installed between
the power cable and the electric line.
• After making the connection and with the appliance running,
check that the rated voltage level does not fluctuate by ±10%.
The manufacturer is not liable for any damage or injury
resulting from breach of the above rules or the current
electrical safety standards in the country where the appliance
is used.
3.4 REVERSING OPENING OF THE GLASS DOOR
The cabinets are normally supplied with right hinging. To reverse opening, carry out as follows:
• turn off the main switch and disconnect the plug;
• remove the upper cover;
• arrange a support (not supplied) for placing at the bottom part
of the door;
• undo screws “H”, remove the lower bracket “E” and fit it on
the left, in the holes provided;
• remove the temporary support and turn the door 180°;
• remove bushing “F”; shift pin “L” from the slotted hole on the
left to that on the right. Insert bushing “F” on it, turned 180°;
• remove upper bracket “G”;
• refit the door on the lower left hinge;
• refit bracket “G” on the left side of the cabinet;
• adjust the door and refit the upper cover.
4. OPERATION
“AISI” “FISH” MODEL CONTROL PANEL (see Fig.1a)
A - Main switch
B - Thermostat
C - Thermometer
G
4.1 SWITCHING ON AND TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT (see
Fig.1a)
The equipment has a main switch, therefore after turning on the
protection switch installed ahead of the appliance, press switch
“A” in the control panel to start it.
The inside temperature can be regulated by setting the thermostat pointer to the operating temperature according to that
given below:
• Positive temperature models
Position “MIN”
=
Position “MAX” =
(2)
0°C for models with glass door
+10°C
+2°C(2)
F
L
F
E
H
REVERSING FOR “WINE-LINE” MODELS
• Negative temperature models
Position “MIN”
=
Position “MAX” =
+8°C
-2°C
• “Fish” models
Position “MIN”
=
Position “MAX” =
+6°C
-6°C
• Low temperature models (freezers)
Position “MIN”
=
Position “MAX” =
G
-10°C
-23°C
When the appliance is working, the thermometer “C” will give
the temperature inside the compartment.
• “Wine-Line” positive temperature models
This type of appliance provides for 5 temperature areas designed for preserving various types of wine. This solution allows the wine to be kept for a long time and served at an optimal temperature. Given below are the temperatures for each
individual area:
- if set to “MAX” =
T1
T1 =+16°C < > +19°C
T2 =+13°C < > +15°C
T3 =+10°C < > +12°C
F
L
F
E
T4 = +7°C < >
T5 = +4°C < >
H
+9°C
+7°C
T2
T3
T4
T5
It is also possible to customize the temperature of each area
and choose the refrigerator operating temperature. Simply
change the position of the thermostat (see Fig.1b).
3.5 ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
When making the electrical connection, make sure to respect that given on the dataplate.
The appliance runs on a single-phase 230 V, 50 Hz power
supply.
To connect to the power supply, insert the power cable plug in
the corresponding electrical system socket, firstly making sure
that:
- The socket has an efficient earth connection and the mains
voltage and frequency match that given on the dataplate. In
case of doubt about the efficiency of the earth connection,
have the system checked by qualified personnel.
- if set to “MIN” = the temperature increases on average by
+6°C for each area.
- if set to “MED” = the temperature increases on average by
+3°C for each area.
The appliance has labels located in the compartment, indicating the various temperature ranges for each area.
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The following table gives the correct temperature to be set for
keeping the various types of wines:
TYPE
KEEPING
WINE
TEMPERATURE
Red wine
+ 16°C < > + 19°C
New wines
+ 13°C < > + 15°C
Rose' wine and white wine
+ 10°C < > + 12°C
Prosecco wine
+ 7°C < > + 9°C
Champagne
+ 4°C < > + 7°C
5. ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
5.1 PRECAUTIONS FOR MAINTENANCE
Routine maintenance tasks can be performed by non-specialized personnel, carefully following the instructions given below.
The manufacturer declines any liability for operations carried
out on the appliance without respecting these instructions.
WARNING:
Do not touch the equipment with wet hands and/or feet or
when barefoot. Before carrying out any cleaning or maintenance operation, disconnect the equipment from the power
supply and carefully unplug the appliance. DO NOT remove the
safety guards for routine maintenance operations. Use protective equipment (protective gloves) when cleaning the condenser. Do not use scissors, screwdrivers and sharp objects
on the cooling circuit.
In this respect, it is pointed out that the glass door is specially
designed in smoke-grey, in order to protect the bottles against
direct light. The internal humidity is on average 60%, which
contributes to the adequate preservation of the wine.
4.2 DEFROSTING
These appliances are equipped with a device that provides for
automatic defrosting.
The defrost water is run into a bowl located above the compressor and is made to evaporate automatically.
5.2 CLEANING THE CABINET AND ACCESSORIES
Disconnect the power supply before cleaning the appliance.
Before using the appliance, clean all the inside parts and accessories with lukewarm water and neutral soap or products
that are over 90% biodegradable (in order to reduce the emission of pollutants in the environment), then rinse and dry thoroughly. Do not use solvent-based detergents (e.g. trichloroethylene) or abrasive powders for cleaning.
It is advisable to go over all the stainless-steel surfaces with a
cloth moistened with paraffin oil in order to create a protective
film.
4.3 DEFROSTING FOR “EVAPORATING GRILLE” MODELS
Manual defrosting must be carried out for these models when
the layer of frost is more than 5 mm thick. To defrost, carry out
these instructions:
- switch the appliance off and place the food contained inside
in a place suitable for its preservation;
- use a sponge soaked in lukewarm water to facilitate frost
removal;
- use the bowl supplied to collect the defrost products;
- thoroughly dry the inside;
- insert the plug and switch the appliance on; place food back
in the compartment when the required temperature is
reached.
5.3 PERIODICAL CLEANING OF CONDENSER
Periodic cleaning of the appliance depends on the frequency of
use.
IMPORTANT: The condenser is located on the back, behind the
cabinet.
The condenser must be cleaned periodically to ensure correct
operation and performance of the appliance. It is advisable to
carefully clean the refrigerating unit condenser slots at least
once a month in dusty places, or once every three months in
closed and clean places. Use a brush or a vacuum cleaner to
remove the dirt. Do not use sharp objects, which could damage
the condenser.
4.4 LOADING THE PRODUCT
Distribute the product evenly inside the compartment (away from
the door and back) to allow good air circulation. Cover or wrap
food before placing it in the refrigerator and avoid putting very hot
foods or steaming liquids inside. Do not leave the door open any
longer than necessary when introducing or removing food. The
“Wine-Line” model is designed for holding and preserving
upright twenty-four 0.75-litre bottles of height 32.5 cm and
diameter 7 cm. For correct distribution of the bottles inside the
compartment, see that given at the beginning of the section.
CAUTION:
do not wash the appliance with jets of water.
5.4 PRECAUTIONS IN CASE OF LONG PERIODS OF DISUSE
If the appliance is not going to be used for a long period, take
the following precautions:
- disconnect the plug from the power socket;
- remove all food from the compartment and clean the inside
and accessories;
- go over all the stainless-steel surfaces vigorously with a cloth
moistened with paraffin oil, in order to create a protective film;
- leave the door ajar so that air can circulate inside, thus preventing the formation of unpleasant odours.
- air the rooms periodically.
It is advisable to keep the keys in a place only accessible to
authorized persons. To prevent unauthorized personnel from
using the appliance, it is advisable to always close it with the
key.
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6. MALFUNCTIONING - EXTRAORDINARY
MAINTENANCE
7. WASTE DISPOSAL AND DEMOLITION
7.1 WASTE STORAGE
At the end of the product’s working life, it must not be dispersed
in the environment. Remove the doors before disposing of the
appliance.
Special waste materials can be stored temporarily awaiting
disposal by means of treatment and/or permanent storage. In
any case the current environmental protection laws in the user’s country must be observed.
Extraordinary maintenance must be carried out by specialized personnel, who can ask the manufacturer to supply a
servicing manual.
WEARPROTECTIVEGLOVESANDAMASK
WHEN CARRYING OUT ANY EXTRAORDINARY MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS.
7.2 PROCEDURE REGARDING MACRO-OPERATIONS FOR DISMANTLING THE EQUIPMENT
Different regulations are in force in the various countries, therefore the provisions of the laws and authorized bodies in the
countries where demolition takes place must be observed.
In general, the refrigerator must be taken to a specialized collection/demolition centre, after dismantling the components and
grouping them according to their chemical characteristics, remembering that the compressor contains lubricant oil and coolant which can be recycled, and that the refrigerator components are classed as special waste assimilable with urban
waste.
Make the appliance unusable by removing the power cable
and any compartment locking mechanisms in order to avoid
the risk of someone becoming closed inside.
WARNING:
Do not touch the equipment with wet hands and/or feet or
when barefoot. Before carrying out any cleaning or maintenance operations, disconnect the equipment from the power
supply and carefully unplug the appliance. Do not remove the
safety guards. Use protection equipment (protective gloves).
Do not use scissors, screwdrivers and sharp objects on the
cooling circuit.
6.1 REPLACING THE STARTER
The starter is located inside the lamp bowl.
CAUTION:
Before removing the starter, disconnect the appliance from the
power supply.
DISMANTLING OPERATIONS MUST BE CARRIED OUT BY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
6.2 REPLACING THE POWER CABLE
To replace the power cable proceed as follows:
• disconnect the power supply;
• remove the upper closing top;
• replace the power cable;
• refit the upper closing top;
• reconnect the power supply.
8. ENCLOSED DOCUMENTS
• Set of test and inspection documents
• Wiring diagram
• Installation diagram
6.3 REPLACING THE LAMP
To replace the lamp in glass door models, carry out as follows:
• disconnect the power supply;
• remove the lamp cover and disconnect the lamp wires;
• replace the lamp with one of the same power or equal to that
specified on the dataplate, then reconnect the lamp;
• refit the lamp cover;
• reconnect the power supply.
6.4 QUICK TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Operating problems are often due to trivial causes that can
nearly always be remedied without the aid of a specialized
technician, therefore before reporting a malfunction to the assistance service network, check the following:
A.
B.
C.
-
The appliance does not switch on:
make sure the plug is properly inserted in the power socket.
make sure the socket is powered.
The inside temperature is too high:
check the thermostat setting;
make sure there is no heat source near the appliance;
make sure the door closes properly.
The appliance is excessively noisy:
make sure the appliance is properly levelled. An unbalanced
position can set off vibrations.
- make sure the appliance is not touching other equipment
or parts which could reverberate;
If the fault persists after carrying out the above checks, contact
Technical Assistance, remembering to give the following details:
• the nature of the fault;
• the appliance code and serial number, which are given on the
dataplate located on the back.
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