GNE60520X GNE60520DX GRNE60520DB

GNE60520X
GNE60520DX
GRNE60520DB
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Please read this manual first!
Dear Customer,
We hope that your product, which has been produced in modern plants and checked
under the most meticulous quality control procedures, will provide you with
effective service.
For this, we recommend you to carefully read the entire manual of your product
before using it and keep it at hand for future references.
The user manual will help you use the product in a fast and safe way.
• Read the manual before installing and operating your product.
• Follow the instructions, especially those for safety.
• Keep the manual in an easily accessible place as you may need it later.
• Besides, read also the other documents provided with your product.
Please note that this manual may be valid for other models as well.
Symbols and their descriptions
This instruction manual contains the following symbols:
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Important information or
useful usage tips.
Warning against dangerous
conditions for life and
property.
Warning against electric
voltage.
Packaging materials of the product are manufactured from recyclable materials in accordance
with our National Environment
Regulations.
1. Safety and environment
instructions
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1.1. General safety. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
1.1.1 HC warning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
1.1.2 For models with water dispenser6
1.2. Intended use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
1.3. Child safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
1.4. Compliance with WEEE Directive and
Disposing of the Waste Product .7
1.5. Compliance with RoHS Directive.7
1.6. Package information . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
2 Refrigerator
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3 Installation
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3.1. Right place for installation . . . . . . .9
3.2. Attaching the plastic wedges. . . .9
3.3. Adjusting the feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
3.4. Power connection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
3.5. Water connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
3.6. Connecting water hose to the
product . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
3.7. Connecting to water mains . . . . .11
3.8. For products using water carboy12
3.9 Water filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
3.9.1. Fixing external filter on the wall
(Optional). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
3.9.2. Internal filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
4 Preparation
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4.1. What to do for energy saving . . .17
4.2. First use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
5 Using the product
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5.1. Indicator panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
5.2. Zero degree compartment . . . . . 26
5.3. Vegetable bin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
5.4. Blue light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
5.5. Description and cleaning of odour
filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
5.6. Telescopic drawer . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
5.7. Ionizer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
5.8. Ice box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
5.9. Ice maker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
5.10.Movable middle section . . . . . . 28
5.11.Ice container . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
5.12.Freezing fresh food . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
5.13.Recommendations for storing frozen
foods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
5.14.Deep freezer details . . . . . . . . . . . 29
5.15.Placing the food. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
5.16.Door open alert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
5.17.Interior light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
6 Maintenance and Cleaning31
6.1. Preventing Bad Odour . . . . . . . . . 31
6.2. Protecting Plastic Surfaces . . . . 31
7 Troubleshooting
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1. Safety and environment instructions
This section provides
the safety instructions
necessary to prevent the
risk of injury and material
damage. Failure to observe
these instructions will
invalidate all types of
product warranty.
WARNING:
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Intended use
WARNING:
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Keep ventilation
openings, in the
appliance enclosure
or in the builtinstructure, clear of
obstruction.
WARNING:
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Do not use
mechanical devices
or other means
to accelerate the
defrostingprocess,
other than those
recommended by
the manufacturer.
WARNING:
not damage the
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refrigerant circuit.
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Do not use electrical
appliances inside
the food storage
compartments
of the appliance,
unless they
are of the type
recommended by
the manufacturer.
1.1. General safety
• 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.
Children shall not play
with the appliance.
• In case of malfunction,
unplug the device.
• After unplugging, wait
at least 5 minutes before
plugging in again.
• Unplug the product
when not in use.
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Safety and environment instructions
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Do not touch the plug
with wet hands! Do not
pull the cable to plug off,
always hold the plug.
Do not plug in the
refrigerator if the socket
is loose.
Unplug the product
during installation,
maintenance, cleaning
and repair.
If the product will not be
used for a while, unplug
the product and remove
any food inside.
Do not use the product
when the compartment
with circuit cards located
on the upper back part
of the product (electrical
card box cover) (1) is
open.
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Do not use steam or
steamed cleaning
materials for cleaning
the refrigerator and
melting the ice inside.
Steam may contact the
electrified areas and
cause short circuit or
electric shock!
Do not wash the product
by spraying or pouring
water on it! Danger of
electric shock!
In case of malfunction,
do not use the product,
as it may cause electric
shock. Contact the
authorised service as
soon as possible.
Plug the product into an
earthed socket. Earthing
must be done by a
qualified electrician.
If the product has LED
type lighting, contact
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Safety and environment instructions
the authorised service
• Take care to avoid
for replacing or in case of
trapping any part of your
any problem.
hands or body in any of
• Do not touch frozen food
the moving parts inside
with wet hands! It may
the product.
adhere to your hands!
• Do not step or lean on
• Do not place liquids in
the door, drawers and
bottles and cans into the
similar parts of the
freezer compartment.
refrigerator. This will
They may burst.
cause the product to fall
• Place liquids in upright
down and cause damage
position after tightly
to the parts.
closing the lid.
• Take care not to trap the
• Do not spray flammable
power cable.
substances near the
product, as it may burn or
explode.
• Do not keep flammable
materials and products
with flammable gas
(sprays, etc.) in the
refrigerator.
1.1.1 HC warning
• Do not place containers
holding liquids on top of If the product comprises
a cooling system using
the product. Splashing
R600a gas, take care
water on an electrified
to avoid damaging the
part may cause electric
cooling system and its pipe
shock and risk of fire.
while using and moving
• Exposing the product to
rain, snow, sunlight and the product. This gas is
wind will cause electrical flammable. If the cooling
danger. When relocating system is damaged,
keep the product away
the product, do not pull
from sources of fire
by holding the door
handle. The handle may and ventilate the room
immediately.
come off.
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Safety and environment instructions
The label on the
inner left side
indicates the type
of gas used in the
product.
1.1.2 For models
with water
dispenser
• Pressure for cold water
inlet shall be maximum
90 psi (6.2 bar). If your
water pressure exceeds
80 psi (5.5 bar), use a
pressure limiting valve
in your mains system.
If you do not know how
to check your water
pressure, ask for the
help of a professional
plumber.
• If there is a risk of water
hammer effect in your
installation. Consult a
plumber.
• Do not install on the
hot water inlet. Take
precautions against
of the risk of freezing
of the hoses. Water
temperature operating
interval shall be 33°F
(0.6°C) minimum and
100°F (38°C) maximum.
• Use drinking water only.
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1.2. Intended use
• This product is designed
for home use. It is not
intended for commercial
use.
• The product should be
used to store food and
beverages only.
• Do not keep sensitive
products requiring
controlled temperatures
(vaccines, heat sensitive
medication, medical
supplies, etc.) in the
refrigerator.
• The manufacturer
assumes no
responsibility for any
damage due to misuse or
mishandling.
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1.3.Child safety
• Keep packaging materials out of
children’s reach.
• Do not allow the children to play with
the product.
• If the product’s door comprises a lock,
break off the lock when eventually
disposing of the product.
1.4. Compliance
with WEEE Directive
and Disposing of the
Waste Product
1.6.Package information
• Packaging materials of the product
are manufactured from recyclable
materials in accordance with our
National Environment Regulations.
Do not dispose of the packaging
materials together with the domestic
or other wastes. Take them to the
packaging material collection points
designated by the local authorities.
This product complies with
EU WEEE Directive (2012/19/EU). This
product bears a classification symbol
for waste electrical and electronic
equipment (WEEE).
This product has been
manufactured with high
quality parts and materials
which can be reused and are
suitable for recycling. Do not
dispose of the waste product
with normal domestic and
other wastes at the end of its service
life. Take it to the collection center for
the recycling of electrical and electronic
equipment. Please consult your local
authorities to learn about these
collection centers.
1.5.Compliance with
RoHS Directive
• This product complies with EU WEEE
Directive (2011/65/EU). It does
not contain harmful and prohibited
materials specified in the Directive.
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Cooler compartment
Freezer compartment
Butter-cheese shelf
Door shelves
Shelter wire
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Frozen food storing compartments
Vegetable bins
Breakfast compartment
Odour filter
Adjustable glass shelves
Fan
*Optional: Figures in this user guide are schematic and may not exactly match
your product. If your product does not comprise the relevant parts, the information
pertains to other models.
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3 Installation
3.1.Right place for
installation
Contact the authorised Service for
the product's installation. To ready
the product for installation, see the
information in the user guide and make
sure the electric and water utilities are
as required. If not, call an electrician
and plumber to arrange the utilities as
necessary.
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WARNING: The manufacturer
assumes no responsibility for
any damage caused by the work
carried out by Unauthorised
persons.
WARNING: The product’s power
cable must be unplugged during
installation. Failure to do so may
result in death or serious injuries!
• The product requires adequate air
circulation to function efficiently. If
the product will be placed in an alcove,
remember to leave at least 5 cm
distance between the product and the
ceiling and the walls.
• Do not install the product in
environments with temperatures
below -5°C.
3.2.Attaching the
plastic wedges
Use the plastic wedges provided with
the product to provide sufficient space
for air circulation between the product
and the wall.
1.To attach the wedges, remove the
screws on the product and use the
screws provided with the wedges.
WARNING: If the door span is too
narrow for the product to pass,
remove the door and turn the
product sideways; if this does not
work, contact the Unauthorised
service.
• Place the product on a flat surface to
avoid vibration.
• Place the product at least 30 cm away
from the heater, stove and similar
sources of heat and at least 5 cm away
from electric ovens.
•Do not expose the product to
direct sunlight or keep in damp
environments.
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2.Attach 2 plastic wedges on the
ventilation cover as shown in the
figure.
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3.3.Adjusting the feet
If the product is not in balanced position,
adjust the front adjustable feet by
rotating right or left.
• Our firm will not assume
responsibility for any damages
due to usage without earthing and
power connection in compliance with
national regulations.
• The power cable plug must be easily
accessible after installation.
• Connect the refrigerator to an
earthed socket with 220-240V/50 Hz
voltage. The socket must comprise a
10-16A fuse.
• Do not use multi-group plug with or
without extension cable between the
wall socket and the refrigerator.
3.5.Water connection
(Optional)
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3.4. Power connection
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WARNING: Do not use
extension or multi sockets in
power connection.
WARNING: Damaged power
cable must be replaced by
authorised Service.
When placing two coolers in
adjacent position, leave at
least 4 cm distance between
the two units.
WARNING: Unplug the product
and the water pump (if available)
during connection.
The product can be connected to a
carboy or directly to the water mains,
depending on the model. To establish
the connection, the water hose must
first be connected to the product.
Check to see the following parts are
supplied with your product’s model:
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1. Connector (1 piece): Used to attach the
water hose to the rear of the product.
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2. Hose clip (3 pieces): Used to fix the
water hose on the wall.
3. Water hose (1 piece, 5 meter diameter
1/4 inches): Used for the water
connection.
4. Tap adapter (1 piece): Comprises a
porous filter, used for connection to the
cold water mains.
5. Water filter (1 piece *Optional): Used to
connect the mains water to the product.
Water filter is not required if carboy
connection is available.
3.6. Connecting water
hose to the product
3. Tighten the connector manually to fix
on the hose nozzle adaptor. You may
also tighten the connector using a pipe
wrench or pliers.
To connect the water hose to the
product, follow the instructions
below.
1. Remove the connector on the hose
nozzle adaptor in the back of the
product and run the hose through the
connector.
3.7.Connecting to
water mains
(Optional)
2. Push the water hose down tightly and
connect to the hose nozzle adaptor.
To use the product by connecting to
the cold water mains, a standard 1/2”
valve connector must be installed to the
cold water mains in your home. If the
connector is not available or if you are
unsure, consult a qualified plumber.
1. Detach the connector (1) from the tap
adaptor (2).
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2. Connect the tap adaptor to the water
mains valve.
3. Attach the connector around the water
hose.
5. To avoid damaging, shifting or
accidentally disconnecting the hose,
use the clips provided to fix the water
hose appropriately.
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WARNING:After turning the
tap on, make sure there is no
water leak on either end of the
water hose. In case of leakage,
turn the valve off and tighten all
connections using a pipe wrench
or pliers.
3.8. For products
using water carboy
(Optional)
To use a carboy for the product’s
water connection, the water pump
recommended by the Unauthorised
service must be used.
4. Attach the connector into the tap
adaptor and tighten by hand / tool.
1. Connect one end of the water hose
provided with the pump to the product
(see 3. 6) and follow the instructions
below.
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3.9 Water filter
(Optional)
The product may have internal or
external filter, depending on the model.
To attach the water filter, follow the
instructions below.
2. Connect the other end of the water
hose to the water pump by pushing the
hose into the pump’s hose inlet.
3.9.1. Fixing external
filter on the wall (Optional)
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WARNING: Do not fix the filter on
the product.
Check to see the following parts are
supplied with your product’s model:
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3. Place and fasten the pump hose inside
the carboy.
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4. Once the connection is established,
plug in and start the water pump.
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Please wait 2-3 minutes after
starting the pump to achieve the
desired efficiency.
See also the pump’s user guide for
water connection.
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1. Connector (1 piece): Used to attach the
water hose to the rear of the product.
2. Tap adapter (1 piece): Used for
connection to the cold water mains.
3. Porous filter (1 piece)
4. Hose clip (3 pieces): Used to fix the
water hose on the wall.
5. Filter connecting apparatus (2 pieces):
Used to fix the filter on the wall.
6. Water filter (1 piece): Used to connect
the mains water to the product.
When using carboy, water filter is
not required.
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Water filter is not required if carboy
connection is available.
1. Connect the tap adaptor to the water
mains valve.
2. Determine the location to fix the
external filter. Fix the filter’s connecting
apparatus (5) on the wall.
3. Attach the filter in upright position
on the filter connecting apparatus, as
indicated on the label. ( 6 ).
4. Attach the water hose extending from
the top of the filter to the product’s
water connection adaptor (see. 3 6).
After the connection is established, it
should look like the figure below.
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Water line:
Carboy line:
2. Remove the water filter by-pass cover
by pulling.
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A few drops of water may flow out
after removing the cover; this is
normal.
3.9.2. Internal filter
The internal filter provided with the
product is not installed upon delivery;
please follow the instructions below to
install the filter.
3. Place the water filter cover into the
mechanism and push to lock in place.
1. “Ice Off ” indicator must be active
while installing the filter. Switch the
ON-OFF indicator using the “Ice” button
on the screen.
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4. Push the “Ice” button on the screen
again to cancel the “Ice Off ” mode.
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The water filter will clear certain
foreign particles in the water. It
will not clear the microorganisms
in the water.
The filter replacement period
of your product is 6 months.
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4 Preparation
4.1. What to do for
energy saving
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Connecting the product to
electronic energy-saving systems
is harmful, as it may damage the
product.
• Do not keep the refrigerator doors
open for long periods.
• Do not place hot food or beverages
into the refrigerator.
• Do not overfill the refrigerator;
blocking the internal air flow will
reduce cooling capacity.
• To be able store maximum food in
the freezer compartment of your
refrigerator, the upper drawers have
to be removed and placed on top of
wire rack. The net volume and energy
consumption values specified in the
energy label of the refrigerator was
tested after removing the freezer
compartment’s upper shelf and
the ice container which can easily
be removed manually. Using the
lower drawer while loading is highly
recommended.
• Depending on the product’s features;
defrosting frozen foods in the cooler
compartment will ensure energy
saving and preserve food quality.
• Make sure the foods are not in
contact with the cooler compartment
temperature sensor described below.
• Food must be stored in drawers inside
the cooler compartment in order to
provide energy saving and preserve
the food in a better ambient.
• Prevent direct contact between the
temperature sensor in the freezer
compartment and the food packages.
Energy consumption may increase in
case of a contact with the sensor.
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4.2. First use
Before using your refrigerator, make sure
the necessary preparations are made
in line with the instructions in “Safety
and environment instructions” and
“Installation” sections.
• Keep the product running with no
food inside for 6 hours and do not
open the door, unless absolutely
necessary.
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A sound will be heard when the
compressor is engaged. It is
normal to hear sound even when
the compressor is inactive, due to
the compressed liquids and gasses
in the cooling system.
It is normal for the front edges of
the refrigerator to be warm. These
areas are designed to warm up in
order to prevent condensation.
In some models, indicator panel is
dimmed automatically 5 minutes
after the door is closed. It will be
activated again when the door is
opened or any key is pressed.
5 Using the product
5.1.Indicator panel
Indicator panels may vary depending on the model of your product.
Audio and visual functions of the indicator panel will assist in using the refrigerator.
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Cooler compartment indicator
Error status indicator
Temperature indicator
Vacation function button
Temperature adjustment button
Compartment selection button
Freezer compartment indicator
Economy mode indicator
Vacation function indicator
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*Optional: Figures in this user guide are schematic and may not exactly match
your product. If your product does not comprise the relevant parts, the information
pertains to other models.
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Using the product
1. Cooler compartment indicator
7. Freezer compartment indicator
2. Error status indicator
8. Economy mode indicator
The cooler compartment light will
turn on when adjusting the cooler
compartment temperature.
The freezer compartment light will
turn on when adjusting the freezer
compartment temperature.
This sensor will activate if the
refrigerator is not cooling adequately
or in case of sensor fault. When
this indicator is active, the freezer
compartment temperature indicator will
display "E" and the cooler compartment
temperature indicator will display "1, 2,
3..." etc. numbers. The numbers on the
indicator serve to inform the service
personnel about the fault. ( )
Indicates the refrigerator is running on
energy-saving mode. This indicator will
be active when the temperature in the
freezer compartment is set to -18°C. ( )
9. Vacation function indicator
Indicates the vacation function is active.
( )
3. Temperature indicator
Indicates the temperature of the freezer
and cooler compartments.
4. Vacation function button
To activate this function, press and
hold the Vacation button for 3 seconds.
When the Vacation function is active,
the cooler compartment temperature
indicator displays the inscription "- -" and
no cooling process will be active in the
cooling compartment. This function is
not suitable to keep food in the cooler
compartment. Other compartments
will remain cooled with the respective
temperature set for each compartment.
Push the Vacation button ( ) again to
cancel this function.
5. Temperature adjustment button
Respective compartment's temperature
varies in -24°C... -18°C and 8°C...1°C
ranges. ( )
6. Compartment selection button
Use the refrigerator compartment
selection button to toggle between the
cooler and freezer compartments. ( )
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Using the product
Indicator panel
This touch-control indicator panel allows you to set the temperature without opening
the door of your refrigerator. Just touch the relevant button with your finger to set the
temperature.
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1- Economic use
12- High temperature
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Energy saving function (display off)
Rapid cooling
Vacation function
Cooler compartment temperature
setting
7- Energy saving (display off) / Alarm
off warning
8- Keypad lock
9- Eco-fuzzy
10-Freezer compartment temperature
setting
11-Rapid freezing
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*Optional: Figures in this user guide are schematic and may not exactly match
your product. If your product does not comprise the relevant parts, the information
pertains to other
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Using the product
1. Economic use
This sign will light up when the freezer
compartment is set to -18°C', the most
economical setting. ( ) Economic use
indicator will turn off when rapid cooling
or rapid freezing function is selected.
2. High temperature / fault alert
This indicator ( ) will light up in case of
temperature faults or fault alerts. If you
see this indicator is lit up, please see the
"recommended solutions for problems"
section in this guide.
This indicator illuminates during power
failure, high temperature failures and
error warnings. During sustained power
failures, the highest temperature that
the freezer compartment reaches
will flash on the digital display. After
checking the food located in the freezer
compartment press the alarm off button
to clear the warning.
Please refer to “remedies advised for
troubleshooting” section on your manual
if you observe that this indicator is
illuminated.
3. Energy saving function (display
off)
If the product doors are kept closed
for a long time energy saving function
is automatically activated and energy
saving symbol is illuminated. When energy
saving function is activated, all symbols
on the display other than energy saving
symbol will turn off. When the Energy
Saving function is activated, if any button
is pressed or the door is opened, energy
saving function will be cancelled and the
symbols on display will return to normal.
Energy saving function is activated
during delivery from factory and cannot
be cancelled.
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4. Rapid cooling
When the rapid cooling function is turned
on, the rapid cool indicator will light up (
) and the cooler compartment temperature indicator will display the value 1. Push the
Rapid cool button again to cancel this function. The Rapid cool indicator will turn off
and return to normal setting. The rapid cooling function will be automatically cancelled
after 1 hour, unless cancelled by the user.
Too cool a large amount of fresh food, press
the rapid cool button before placing the
food in the cooler compartment.
5. Vacation function
To activate the Vacation function, press
the button for ( ) 3 seconds; this will
activate the vacation mode indicator (
). When the Vacation function is active,
the cooler compartment temperature
indicator displays the inscription "- -" and
no cooling process will be active in the
cooling compartment. This function is
not suitable to keep food in the cooler
compartment. Other compartments
will remain cooled with the respective
temperature set for each compartment.
Push the vacation function button again
to cancel this function
6. Cooler compartment temperature
setting
After pressing the button, the cooler
compartment temperature can be set to
8,7,6,5,4,3,2 and 1 respectively. ( )
7.1. Energy saving (display off)
Pressing this button ( ) will light up the
energy saving sign ( ) and the Energysaving function will activate. Activating
the energy-saving function will turn
off all other signs on the display. When
the energy-saving function is active,
pressing any button or opening the
door will deactivate the energy-saving
function and the display signals will
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return to normal. Pressing this button (
) again will turn off the energy-saving
sign and deactivate the energy-saving
function.
7.2.Alarm off warning:
In case of power failure/high
temperature alarm, after checking the
food located in the freezer compartment
press the alarm off button to clear the
warning.
8. Keypad lock
Press the keypad lock button (
) simultaneously for 3 seconds. The
keypad lock sign
( ) will light up and the keypad lock
will be activated. The buttons will
be inactive when the Keypad lock is
activated. Press the Keypad lock button
again simultaneously for 3 seconds. The
keypad lock sign will turn off and the
keypad lock mode will be disengaged.
Press the keypad lock button ( ) to
prevent changing the refrigerator's
temperature settings.
9. Eco-fuzzy
10. Freezer compartment temperature setting
The temperature in the freezer
compartment is adjustable. Pressing
the button will enable the freezer
compartment temperature to be set at
-18,-19, -20, -21, -22, -23 and -24. ( )
11. Rapid freezing
For rapid freezing, press the button; this
will activate the rapid freezing indicator
( ).
When the rapid freezing function is
turned on, the rapid freeze indicator will
light up and the freezer compartment
temperature indicator will display the
value -27. Press the Rapid freeze button
( ) again to cancel this function. The
Rapid freeze indicator will turn off and
return to normal setting. The rapid
freezing function will be automatically
cancelled after 24 hours, unless
cancelled by the user. To freeze a large
amount of fresh food, press the rapid
freeze button before placing the food in
the freezer compartment.
To activate the eco-fuzzy function, press
and hold the eco-fuzzy button for 1
second. When this function is active, the
freezer will switch to the economic mode
after at least 6 hours and the economic
use indicator will light up. To deactivate
the ( ) eco-fuzzy function, press and
hold the eco-fuzzy function button for 3
seconds.
The indicator will light up after 6 hours
when the eco-fuzzy function is active.
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2
(*) 3 4
5
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10.2 10.1
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8
7
1. Freezer compartment temperature
setting
2. Economy mode
3- Energy saving function (display off)
4. Error status
5. Cooler compartment temperature
setting
6. Rapid cooling
7. Vacation function
8. Keypad lock / filter replacing alert
cancellation
9. Ice making on/off
10. Display on/off /Alarm off
11. Autoeco
12. Rapid freezing
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*Optional: Figures in this user guide are schematic and may not exactly match
your product. If your product does not comprise the relevant parts, the information
pertains to other models.
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1. Freezer compartment temperature
setting
Pressing the button ( ) will enable the
freezer compartment temperature to be
set at -18,-19,-20,-21 ,-22,-23,-24,-18...
2. Economy mode
Indicates the refrigerator is running on
energy-saving mode. This indicator will
be active when the freezer compartment
temperature is set at -18 or the energysaving cooling is engaged by eco-extra
function. ( )
3. Energy saving function (display
off)
If the product doors are kept closed
for a long time energy saving function
is automatically activated and energy
saving symbol is illuminated. When energy
saving function is activated, all symbols
on the display other than energy saving
symbol will turn off. When the Energy
Saving function is activated, if any button
is pressed or the door is opened, energy
saving function will be cancelled and the
symbols on display will return to normal.
Energy saving function is activated
during delivery from factory and cannot
be cancelled.
4. Error status
This sign will activate if the refrigerator is
not cooling adequately or in case of sensor
fault. ( )
When this indicator is activated, the
freezer compartment temperature
indicator will display "E" and the cooler
compartment temperature indicator
will display "1, 2, 3..." etc. numbers. The
numbers on the indicator serve to inform
the service personnel about the fault.
5. Cooler compartment temperature
setting
After pressing the button ( ) , the
cooler compartment temperature can be
set to 8,7,6,5,4,3,2... respectively.
6. Rapid cooling
For rapid cooling, press the button; this
will activate the rapid cooling indicator (
).
Press this button again to deactivate this
function.
Use this function when placing fresh
foods into the cooler compartment or to
rapidly cool the food items. When this
function is activated, the refrigerator will
be engaged for 1 hour.
7. Vacation function
When the Vacation function (
) is active, the cooler compartment
temperature indicator displays
the inscription "- -" and no cooling
process will be active in the cooling
compartment. This function is not
suitable to keep food in the cooler
compartment. Other compartments
will remain cooled with the respective
temperature set for each compartment.
Press the vacation function button again
to cancel this function. ( )
8. Keypad lock / Keypad lock / filter
replacing alert cancellation
Press keypad lock button ( ) to activate
the keypad lock. You may also use
this function to prevent changing the
refrigerator's temperature settings. The
refrigerator's filter must be replaced every
6 months. If you follow the instructions
in the section 5.2, the refrigerator will
automatically calculate the remaining
period and the filter replacing alert
indicator ( ) will light up when filter
expires.
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Press and hold the button (
) for 3
seconds to turn off the filter alert light.
9. Ice making on/off
Press the button ( ) to cancel (
) or activate (
) icemaking.
10.1 Display on/off
Press the button to cancel (
activate (
) display on/off.
) or
10.2 Alarm off warning
In case of power failure/high
temperature alarm, after checking the
food located in the freezer compartment
press the alarm off button to clear the
warning.
11. Autoeco
Press the auto eco button
( ), for 3 seconds to activate this
function. If the door remains closed
for a long time when this function is
activated, the cooler section will switch
to economic mode. Press the button
again to deactivate this function.
The indicator will light up after 6 hours
when the auto eco function is active. (
)
12. Rapid freezing
Press the button
( ) for rapid freezing. Press the button
again to deactivate the function.
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5.2.Zero degree
compartment
5.5.Description and
cleaning of odour filter
(Optional)
(Optional)
Use this compartment to keep
delicatessen at lower temperatures
or meat products for immediate
consumption. Do not place fruits and
vegetables in this compartment.
You can expand the product's internal
volume by removing any of the zero
degree compartments.
To remove the compartment, simply pull
forth, lift up and pull out.
5.3.Vegetable bin
The refrigerator's vegetable bin is
designed to keep vegetables fresh
by preserving humidity. For this
purpose, the overall cold air circulation
is intensified in the vegetable bin.
Keep fruits and vegetables in this
compartment. Keep the greenleaved
vegetables and fruits separately to
prolong their life.
Odour filter prevents unpleasant odour
build-up in your product.
1.Pull the cover into which the odour
filter is installed downwards from the
front section and remove as illustrated.
2.Leave the filter under sunlight for one
day. Filter will be cleaned during this
time.
3.Install the filter back to its place.
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Odour filter must be cleaned once
in a year.
5.4. Blue light
(Optional)
The product's vegetable bins comprise
blue light. The vegetables in the bin
will continue photosynthesize under
the blue light's wavelength effect and
remain fresh longer.
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5.6. Telescopic drawer
Pay attention not to squeeze any parts
of your body such as hands, feet and
etc. between the movable parts while
the drawer is in use in order to avoid any
injury.
You can remove the partition in the
drawer as illustrated when you want to
clean it.
You can remove the drawers only for
cleaning.It is not possible to group the
drawers in their places after loading
them with food when they are removed.
5.7.Ionizer
(Optional)
The ionizer system in the cooler
compartment's air duct serves to ionize
the air. The negative ion emissions will
eliminate bacteria and other molecules
causing odour in the air.
5.8. Ice box
(Optional)
Please read the warnings carefully on
the ice container. The ice container
is used for ice collection poured ice
machine. Do not put water in it to make
ice as it may break. The ice container is
not used for storing foods.
Warning: Do not change the location of
the ice container.
5.9. Ice maker
(Optional)
The ice machine is nonremovable. There
must be ice container at the bottom of
the ice machine.
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5.10. Movable
middle section
Movable middle section is intended
to prevent the cold air inside your
refrigerator from escaping outside.
Sealing is provided when the gaskets on
the door presses on the surface of the
movable middle section while the cooler
compartment doors are closed.
Another reason that your refrigerator is
equipped with a movable middle section
is that it increases the net volume of the
cooler compartment.Standard middle
sections occupy some non-usable
volume in the refrigerator.
Movable middle section is closed when
the left door of the cooler compartment
is closed.
It must not be opened manually. It moves
under the guidance of the plastic part on
the body while the door is closed.
5.11. Ice container
(Optional)
Ice container allows you to obtain ice
from the product easily.
Using the ice container
1. Remove the ice container from the
freezer compartment.
2. Fill the ice container with water.
3. Place the ice container in the freezer
compartment. About two hours later, the
ice is ready.
4. Remove the ice container from the
freezer compartment and bend it over
the service plate. Ice cubes will easily fall
down to the service plate.
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5.12. Freezing fresh food
• To preserve food quality, the
food items placed in the freezer
compartment must be frozen as
quickly as possible, use the rapid
freezing for this.
• Freezing the food items when fresh
will extend the storage time in the
freezer compartment.
• Pack the food items in air-tight packs
and seal tightly.
• Make sure the food items are packed
before putting in the freezer. Use
freezer holders, tinfoil and dampproof paper, plastic bag or similar
packaging materials instead of
traditional packaging paper.
• Mark each food pack by writing the
date on the package before freezing.
This will allow you to determine the
freshness of each pack every time the
freezer is opened. Keep the earlier
food items in the front to ensure they
are used first.
• Frozen food items must be used
immediately after defrosting and
should not be frozen again.
• Do not froze large quantities of food
at once.
Freezer
Cooler
Compartment compartment
Descriptions
Setting
Setting
-18°C
4°C
This is the default, recommended setting.
-20,-22 or
These settings are recommended for ambient
4°C
-24°C
temperatures exceeding 30°C.
Use this to freeze food items in a short time. The
Rapid
4°C
product will reset to previous settings when the
Freeze
process is completed.
Use these settings if you believe the cooler
-18°C or
2°C
compartment is not cold enough due to ambient
colder
temperature or frequently opening the door.
5.13. Recommendations
for storing frozen foods
The compartment must be set to at least
-18°C.
1. Place the food items in the freezer as
quickly as possible to avoid defrosting.
2. Before freezing, check the “Expiry Date”
on the package to make sure it is not
expired.
3. Make sure the food’s packaging is not
damaged.
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5.14. Deep
freezer details
As per the IEC 62552 standards, the
freezer must have the capacity to freeze
4.5 kg of food items at -18°C or lower
temperatures in 24 hours for each 100
litres of freezer compartment volume.
Food items can only be preserved
for extended periods at or below
temperature of -18°C .
You can keep the foods fresh for
months (in deep freezer at or below
temperatures of 18°C ).
The food items to be frozen must not
contact the already-frozen food inside to
avoid partial defrosting.
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5.16. Door open alert
Boil the vegetables and filter the water
to extend the frozen storage time.
Place the food in air-tight packages
after filtering and place in the freezer.
Bananas, tomatoes, lettuce, celery,
boiled eggs, potatoes and similar food
items should not be frozen. When these
foods are frozen, only their nutritional
value and taste shall be affected
negatively. They shall not be spoiled so
that they would create a risk for human
health.
(Optional)
An audible alert will be heard if the
product's door remains open for 1
minute. The audible alert will stop when
the door is closed or any button on the
display (if available) is pressed.
5.17. Interior light
5.15. Placing the food
Freezer
compartment
shelves
Cooler
compartment
shelves
Cooler
compartment
door shelves
Vegetable bin
Fresh food
compartment
Various frozen foods
including meat, fish, ice
cream, vegetables etc.
Food items inside pots,
capped plate and capped
cases, eggs (in capped
case)
Small and packed food or
beverages
Fruits and vegetables
Interior light uses a LED type lamp.
Contact the authorised service for any
problems with this lamp.
Interior light used in this product is not
intended for home lighting and not
suitable for such purposes. Interior
lights in cooler or freezer compartments
are intended to help safe and convenient
food placement into the refrigerator.
The lamp(s) used in this appliance is not
suitable for household room illumination.
The intended purpose of this lamp is to
assist the user to place foodstuffs in
the refrigerator/freezer in a safe and
comfortable way.
Delicatessen (breakfast
food, meat products to be
consumed in short notice)
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6 Maintenance and Cleaning
Cleaning the product regularly will
prolong its service life.
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6.1.Preventing Bad Odour
WARNING: Disconnect the
power before cleaning the
refrigerator.
Do not use sharp and abrasive tools,
soap, house cleaning materials,
detergents, gas, gasoline, varnish and
similar substances for cleaning.
Melt a teaspoonful of carbonate in
the water. Moisten a piece of cloth
in the water and wring out. Wipe the
device with this cloth and dry off
thoroughly.
Take care to keep water away from
the lamp’s cover and other electrical
parts.
Clean the door using a wet cloth.
Remove all items inside to detach
the door and chassis shelves. Lift the
door shelves up to detach. Clean and
dry the shelves, then attach back in
place by sliding from above.
Do not use chloric water or cleaning
products on the exterior surface and
chrome-coated parts of the product.
Chlorine will cause rust on such
metallic surfaces.
Do not use sharp, abrasive tools,
soap, household cleaning agents,
detergents, kerosene, fuel oil,
varnish etc. to prevent removal and
deformation of the prints on the
plastic part. Use lukewarm water and
a soft cloth for cleaning and then
wipe it dry.
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The product is manufactured free of any
odorous materials. However, keeping
the food in inappropriate sections and
improper cleaning of internal surfaces
may lead to malodour.
To avoid this, clean the inside with
carbonated water every 15 days.
• Keep the foods in sealed holders.
Microorganisms may spread out
of unsealed food items and cause
malodour.
• Do not keep expired and spoilt foods
in the refrigerator.
6.2. Protecting
Plastic Surfaces
Oil spilled on plastic surfaces may
damage the surface and must be
cleaned immediately with warm water.
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7 Troubleshooting
Check this list before contacting the service. Doing so will save you time and money.
This list includes frequent complaints that are not related to faulty workmanship or
materials. Certain features mentioned herein may not apply to your product.
The refrigerator is not working.
• The power plug is not fully engaged. >>> Push the plug completely into the
socket.
• The fuse connected to the socket powering the product or the main fuse is
blown. >>> Check the fuses.
Condensation on the side wall of the cooler compartment (MULTI ZONE, COOL,
CONTROL and FLEXI ZONE).
• The environment is too cold. >> Do not install the product in environments with
temperatures below -5°C.
• The door is opened too frequently >>> Take care not to open the product’s
door too frequently.
• The environment is too humid. >>> Do not install the product in humid
environments.
• Foods containing liquids are kept in unsealed holders. >>> Keep the foods
containing liquids in sealed holders.
• The product’s door is left open. >>> Do not keep the product’s door open for
long periods.
• The thermostat is set to too low temperature. >>> Set the thermostat to
appropriate temperature.
Compressor is not working.
• In case of sudden power failure or pulling the power plug off and putting back
on, the gas pressure in the product’s cooling system is not balanced, which
triggers the compressor thermic safeguard. The product will restart after
approximately 6 minutes. If the product does not restart after this period,
contact the Authorised Service Agent.
• Defrosting is active. >>> This is normal for a fully-automatic defrosting
product. The defrosting is carried out periodically.
• The product is not plugged in. >>> Make sure the power cord is plugged in.
• The temperature setting is incorrect. >>> Select the appropriate temperature
setting.
• The power is out. >>> The product will continue to operate normally once the
power is restored.
The refrigerator's operating noise is increasing while in use.
• The product’s operating performance may vary depending on the ambient
temperature variations. This is normal and not a malfunction.
The refrigerator runs too often or for too long.
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• The new product may be larger than your previous one. Larger products will run
for longer periods.
• The room temperature may be high. >>> The product will normally run for long
periods in higher room temperature.
• The product may have been recently plugged in or a new food item is placed
inside. >>> The product will take longer to reach the set temperature when
recently plugged in or a new food item is placed inside. This is normal
• Large quantities of hot food may have been recently placed into the product.
>>> Do not place hot food into the product.
• The doors were opened frequently or kept open for long periods. >>> The
warm air moving inside will cause the product to run longer. Do not open the
doors too frequently.
• The freezer or cooler door may be ajar. >>> Check that the doors are fully
closed.
• The product may be set to temperature too low. >>> Set the temperature to a
higher degree and wait for the product to reach the adjusted temperature.
• The cooler or freezer door washer may be dirty, worn out, broken or not
properly settled. >>> Clean or replace the washer. Damaged / torn door
washer will cause the product to run for longer periods to preserve the current
temperature.
The freezer temperature is very low, but the cooler temperature is adequate.
• The freezer compartment temperature is set to a very low degree. >>> Set the
freezer compartment temperature to a higher degree and check again.
The cooler temperature is very low, but the freezer temperature is adequate.
• The cooler compartment temperature is set to a very low degree. >>> Set the
freezer compartment temperature to a higher degree and check again.
The food items kept in cooler compartment drawers are frozen.
• The cooler compartment temperature is set to a very low degree. >>> Set the
freezer compartment temperature to a higher degree and check again.
The temperature in the cooler or the freezer is too high.
• The cooler compartment temperature is set to a very high degree. >>> Cooler
compartment temperature setting has an effect on the freezer compartment
temperature. Change the temperature of the cooler or freezer compartment
and wait until the temperature of the related compartments come to the
adequate level.
• The doors were opened frequently or kept open for long periods. >>> Do not
open the doors too frequently.
• The door may be ajar. >>> Fully close the door.
• The product may have been recently plugged in or a new food item is placed
inside. >>> This is normal. The product will take longer to reach the set
temperature when recently plugged in or a new food item is placed inside.
• Large quantities of hot food may have been recently placed into the product.
>>> Do not place hot food into the product.
Shaking or noise.
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• The ground is not level or durable. >>> If the product is shaking when moved
slowly, adjust the stands to balance the product. Also make sure the ground is
sufficiently durable to bear the product.
• Any items placed on the product may cause noise. >>> Remove any items
placed on the product.
The product is making noise of liquid flowing, spraying etc.
• The product’s operating principles involve liquid and gas flows. >>> This is
normal and not a malfunction.
There is sound of wind blowing coming from the product.
• The product uses a fan for the cooling process. This is normal and not a
malfunction.
There is condensation on the product's internal walls.
• Hot or humid weather will increase icing and condensation. This is normal and
not a malfunction.
• The doors were opened frequently or kept open for long periods. >>> Do not
open the doors too frequently; if open, close the door.
• The door may be ajar. >>> Fully close the door.
There is condensation on the product's exterior or between the doors.
• The ambient weather may be humid, this is quite normal in humid weather. >>>
The condensation will dissipate when the humidity is reduced.
The interior smells bad.
• The product is not cleaned regularly. >>> Clean the interior regularly using
sponge, warm water and carbonated water.
• Certain holders and packaging materials may cause odour. >>> Use holders and
packaging materials without free of odour.
• The foods were placed in unsealed holders. >>> Keep the foods in sealed
holders. Microorganisms may spread out of unsealed food items and cause
malodour.
• Remove any expired or spoilt foods from the product.
The door is not closing.
• Food packages may be blocking the door. >>> Relocate any items blocking the
doors.
• The product is not standing in full upright position on the ground. >>> Adjust
the stands to balance the product.
• The ground is not level or durable. >>> Make sure the ground is level and
sufficiently durable to bear the product.
The vegetable bin is jammed.
• The food items may be in contact with the upper section of the drawer. >>>
Reorganize the food items in the drawer.
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WARNING: If the problem persists after following the instructions in this
section, contact your vendor or an Authorised Service Agent. Do not try to repair
the product.
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GUARANTEE DETAILS
Your new Beko product is guaranteed against the cost of breakdown repair for
two year from the date of the original purchase.
What is covered?
• Repairs necessary as a result of faulty materials, defective components or
manufacturing defect
.
• The cost of functional replacement parts, but excluding consumable items.
• The labour costs of a Beko approved repairer to carry out the repair.
What is not covered?
• Transit, delivery or accidental damage or misuse and abuse.
• C abinet or appearance parts, including control knobs, flaps, handles or container
lids.
• Accessories or consumable items including but not limited to, ice trays,
scrapers, cutlery baskets, filters and light bulbs.
• Repairs required as a result of unauthorised repair or inexpert installation that
fails to meet the requirements contained in the user instruction book.
• Repairs to products used on commercial or non-residential household
premises.
• Loss of frozen food in freezers or fridge/freezers. (Food loss insurance is
often included within your household contents insurance policy, or may be
available separately from your retailer).
Important notes.
• Your Beko product is designed and built for domestic household use only.
• The guarantee will be void if the product is installed or used in commercial
or non-residential domestic household premises.
• The product must be correctly installed, located and operated in accordance
with the instructions contained in the User Instructions Booklet provided.
• Professional installation by a qualified Electrical Domestic Appliance Installe
r
is recommended for all Washing Machines, Dishwashersand Electric Cookers
• Gas Cookers must only be installedby a Gas Safe (or BORD GAIS) registered
Gas Installer.
• The guarantee is given only within the boundaries of the United Kingdom
and the Republic of Ireland.
• The guarantee is applicable only to new products and is not transferable if
the product is resold.
• Beko disclaims any liability for incidental or consequential damages.
The guarantee does not in anyway diminish your statutory or legal rights.
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HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE
Please keep your purchase receipt or other proof of purchase in a safe
place; you will need to have it should
the product require attention under
guarantee.
You should also complete the details below; it will help us assist you when
requesting service. (The model number is printed on the Instruction Booklet and
the serial number is printed on the Rating Label affixed to the appliance)
Model No: Obtaining service please contact Beko Costumer Help-Line.
Serial No:
Retailer:
Tel: 0845 6004911 or 0345 6004911
Date of purchase:
For service under guarantee simply telephone the appropriate number
below
UK Mainland & Northern Ireland
Fridges & Freezers
0845 6004903
Electric Cookers
0845 6004902
Gas & Dual Fuel Cookers
0845 6004905
Washing Machines
0845 6004906
& Dishwashers
or
or
or
or
0345 6004903
0345 6004902
0345 6004905
0345 6004906
Republic of Ireland
All Refrigeration
01 862 3411
All Cookers
Washing Machines & Dishwashers
Beforere questing service please check the trouble-shooting guide in
the Operating Instructions as a charge may be levied where no fault is
found even though your product may still be under guarantee.
Service once the manufacturers guarantee has expired.
If you have purchased an extended guarantee please refer to the instructions
contained with in the extended guarantee agreement document.
Otherwise
please call the appropriate number above where service can be obtained at a
charge.
Should you experience any difficulty in obtaining service please contact the Beko
Customer Help-Line. Tel: 0845 6004911 e-mail: service@beko.co.uk
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BEKO plc
Beko House
1 Greenhill Crescent
Watford
Hertfordshire
WD18 8QU
Tel: 0845 6004911
Fax:0 845 6004922
e-mail:service@beko.co.uk
website: www.beko.co.uk
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