Gebrauchsanweisung für Tischkühlschrank
Instructions for Use for Table-Top Refrigerator
Consignes d’utilisation pour réfrigérateur de table
Gebruikshandleiding voor tafelkoelkast
Istruzioni per l’uso del frigorifero da tavolo
Instrucciones de manejo para frigoríficos “Table-Top”
Instruções de utilização para frigorífico de mesa
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7081 879-01
KTP/KTPesf 17../15..
0111
The appliance at a glance
Operating controls Fig. A1
1Temperature and set up display,
2Adjustment buttons for temperature:
UP = warmer, DOWN = colder,
- for quick freeze of large amounts of fresh food.
3On/off button
4SuperFrost-button*,
5SuperCool button* - for quick cool down of fresh food
6Child safety lock display, to prevent unintended turn off. More information in ‘auxiliary functions’ section.
W By moving the bottle and jar holder, you can prevent bottles from
tipping over when the door is opened and closed. The holder can be
removed for cleaning.
W You can remove all door racks for cleaning, fig. A2: Lift rack and pull
forwards.
W The shelves* can be adjusted according to height of frozen food, fig.
A3.
- Lift the shelf, slide forwards and remove.
- Always insert shelves with the raised edge at the back pointing upwards, otherwise food may freeze onto the rear wall.
W Fig. A4: If you need space for large bottles and containers, then simply push the front half of glass shelf 1 back. For cleaning, the holder
2 can be used to remove the half glass shelves.
Description of the applicance and equipment Fig. A
Operating controls
Butter and cheese compartment
Adjustable door racks
Freezer compartment*
1
Adjustable door racks
moveable bottle and jar holder
2
Interior light
Defrost drain
Vegetable, salad and fruit bins
Coldest zone of the refrigerator compartment, for sensitive and perishable
foodstuffs
Door rack for large bottles
3
Rating plate
Adjustable feet at the front, rollers
for carriage at the rear
* according to Model and design
We congratulate you on your new machine. With your purchase you have decided on all the advantages of
the most modern refrigeration technology, which guarantees you high quality, durability and high functional
safety.
The features on your appliance have been designed to ensure maximum convenience - day in, day out.
This appliance has been manufactured with recyclable materials using an environmentally friendly process, so
together you and we are making an active contribution to the preservation of our environment.
To familiarise yourself with all the advantages your new appliance has to offer, please read the information
contained in these operating instructions carefully. Read through the instructions for use carefully.
We wish you much pleasure with your new appliance.
Contents
Page
Operating instructions
The appliance at a glance.......................................................... 8
Contents.............................................................................. 9
Example of food arrangement.............. ................................9
Conditions............................................................................ 9
Saving energy...................................................................... 9
Safety instructions and warnings............................................. 10
Disposal notes................................................................... 10
Technical safety................................................................. 10
Safety during use............................................................... 10
Setting up........................................................................... 10
Connecting to the mains.................................................... 10
Putting into operation .............................................................. 11
Switching the appliance on and off..................................... 11
Setting the temperature...................................................... 11
Temperature Setting Indicator............................................ 11
Additional functions .......................................................... 11
Refrigerator compartment.............................................. 11
SuperCool*........................................................................ 11
The interior light................................................................. 11
Notes on refrigerating......................................................... 12
Freezer compartment*............................................................. 12
SuperFrost......................................................................... 12
Freezing with SuperFrost................................................... 12
Notes on freezing and storage........................................... 12
Making ice-cubes .............................................................. 12
Defrosting, cleaning................................................................. 12
Troubleshooting....................................................................... 13
Customer service and type plate........................................ 13
Instructions for installation and modification
Setup Dimensions.............................................................. 13
Changing over door hinges................................................ 13
Example of food arrangement, Fig. A
1 Butter, Cheese
2 Eggs
3 Bottles and Jars
4 In the freezer compartment*: Frozen Food, Ice Cubes
5 Jams, Bakery Goods
6 Dairy Products
7 Meat, Fish, Sausages, Ready Meals
8 Vegetables, Salads, Fruit
Note
- Place food inside the appliance as shown in the diagram. This allows the appliance to save energy during operation.
- Shelves, drawers and baskets are arranged for optimum energy efficiency on delivery.
Keep these operating instructions in a safe place and pass them
on to the next owner, where applicable.
The operating instructions apply to several models. Differences
may therefore occur.
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Conditions
W The device is designed exclusively for the cooling foodstuffs. The applicable statutory regulations are to be observed
in the event that the device is to be used for commercial cooling of foodstuffs.
The device is not suitable for the storage and cooling of drugs,
blood plasma, laboratory preparations or similar medicinerelated materials and products as detailed in the Medical
Devices Directive 2007/47/EC. Improper use of the device can
cause the stored products stored in it to be damaged or the
items can be spoiled. In addition, the device is not suitable for
operation in explosion-prone areas.
W The device is designed for operation in limited ambient temperatures according to the climate classification. It should not
be operated outside these limits. The climate class applicable
for your equipment is printed on the rating plate. It means:
climate class
SN
N
ST
T
designed for
ambient temperatures of
+10 °C to
+16 °C to
+16 °C to
+16 °C to
+32 °C
+32 °C
+38 °C
+43 °C
- The refrigerant circuit is checked for leaks.
- The appliance complies with current safety regulations and
EC directives 2006/95/EC and 2004/108/EC.
Saving energy
- Always ensure good ventilation. Do not cover ventilation
openings or grille.
- Do not place appliance in areas of direct sunlight or next to a
stove, heater or similar object.
- The energy consumption depends on the installation conditions, e.g. the ambient temperature.
- Keep the time the appliance is open to a minimum.
- The lower the temperature setting, the higher the power
consumption.
- Store food logically. (see Appliance at a glance).
- Ensure that all food is well packed and covered for storage.
This will prevent frost from forming.
- Remove food as needed in order that it does not warm too much.
- First cool warm food to room temperature before storing it.
- Defrost frozen food in the refrigerator.
- If there is a thick layer of frost in the appliance: defrost the appliance.
Accumulated dust increases the energy
consumption:
- Once a year, dust the refrigerating unit
together with the metal grille of the heat
exchanger at the back of the appliance.
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Safety instructions and warnings
Disposal notes
The packaging is made of recyclable materials.
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Corrugated board/board
EPS moulded parts
Polythene sheets
Polypropylene straps
W Keep packaging materials away from children - polythene sheets and bags can cause suffocation!
W Please return the packaging to an official collection point.
Your old appliance: This contains some reusable
materials and should be disposed of properly - not
simply with unsorted household refuse.
W Discarded appliances should be disabled:
Remove the plug, cut through the connection
cable and render the catch unusable so that
children
cannot become trapped inside.
W Ensure that the refrigerant circuit is not damaged when the appliance that is no longer needed is taken
away for disposal.
W Details of the refrigerant can be found on the type plate.
W Appliances which are no longer needed must be disposed of
in a professional and appropriate way, in accordance with the
current local regulations and laws.
Technical safety
W To prevent injury or damage to the unit, the appliance
should only be transported wrapped and set up by
two people.
W The refrigerant R 600a is environmentally friendly but
flammable.
W Do not damage the refrigerant circuit pipes. Splashes of refrigerant can harm your eyes or ignite.
W If refrigerant escapes, remove all naked flames or sources
of ignition in the vicinity of the leak, disconnect the appliance
from the mains and ventilate the area well.
W In the event that the appliance is damaged, contact the supplier immediately before connecting to the mains.
W To guarantee safe operation, ensure that the appliance is set
up and connected as described in these operating instructions.
W In the event of a fault, disconnect the appliance from the
mains: disconnect mains plug (do not pull on the connection
cable) or trigger or unscrew fuse.
W Any repairs and work on the appliance should only be
carried out by the customer service department, as
unauthorised work could prove highly dangerous for the
user. The same applies to changing the mains power cable.
Safety during use
W Do not store explosives or sprays using combustible
propellants such as butane, propane, pentane, etc. in
the appliance. Electrical components might cause leaking gas
to ignite. You can identify such sprays by the printed contents
or a flame symbol.
W Only store high-percentage alcohol in tightly sealed, upright
containers.
W Do not allow naked flames or ignition sources to enter the appliance.
W Do not use electrical appliances inside the appliance (e.g.
steam cleaners, heaters, ice makers, etc.).
W Do not stand on the plinth, drawers or doors or use them to
support anything else.
W Do not let children play with the appliance, e.g. do not allow
them to sit in the drawers or swing on the door. This appliance
is not intended for use by persons (including children) with
reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of
experience and knowledge unless they have been given initial
supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by
a person responsible for their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
W Avoid prolonged skin contact with cold surfaces or chilled/frozen food. This could cause pain, numbness and frostbite. Protect against long-term contact with the skin, e.g. wear gloves.
W Do not consume food which has been stored for too long, as it
could cause food poisoning.
WSpecial-purpose lamps (incandescent lamps, LEDs, fluorescent tubes) in the appliance serve to illuminate the appliance
interior and are not suited for room illumination.
Setting up
W When setting up/fitting ensure that the refrigerant
circuit pipes are not damaged.
W Once in position, use a 10 spanner to adjust the feet
so that the appliance is level and does not wobble.
W Standard EN 378 specifies that the room in which you install
your appliance must have a volume of
1 m3 per 8 g of R 600a refrigerant used in the appliance, so as
to avoid the formation of inflammable gas/air mixtures in the
room where the appliance is located in the event of a leak in
the refrigerant circuit. The quantity of refrigerant used in your
appliance is indicated on the type plate on the inside
of the appliance.
W Always position the appliance directly up against the
wall.
W The ventilation grilles should not be obstructed.
Observe the appendix to the installation and modification instructions.
W Condensation may form on the outside of the refrigerator/
freezer during periods of high humidity. Constant ventilation of
the installation site is recommend.
W Do not place heat-emitting appliances, e.g. microwave oven,
toaster, etc., on top of the refrigerator or freezer.
W Keep burning candles, lamps and other items with naked
flames away from the appliance so that they do not set the
appliance on fire.
W Fire hazard due to dampness!
If live parts or the mains lead become damp this may cause
short circuits.
- The appliance is designed for use in enclosed areas. Do not
operate the appliance outdoors or in areas where it is exposed
to splash water or damp conditions.
W CAUTION! Risk of injury and danger of damage as a result of
incorrect transport!
- Transport the appliance in a packed condition.
- Transport the appliance upright.
- Do not transport the appliance without assistance.
W The appliance may be moved only when it is empty.
Connecting to the mains
Power supply (AC) and voltage
at the operating point must comply with the details
on the rating plate. which is located on the inside left of the
appliance, next to the vegetable bins.
W Connect the appliance with a properly earthed fused plug and
socket only.
W The socket must be fused with a 10 A fuse or higher, it must
be away from the rear of the appliance and must be easily accessible.
W Do not connect the appliance to the supply with other equipment using a distribution outlet - risk of overheating.
W When removing the mains cable from the back of the appliance, remove the cable holder as well so as to avoid vibration
noise.
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Putting into operation and control elements
- Temperature ranges are allocated to the individual LEDs.
They indicate the selected setting of the refrigerating/ freezing temperature.
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Additional functions
You are advised to clean the appliance before switching it on for
the first time, see “Cleaning”.
Switching the appliance on and off, Fig. A1
W Switching on: Press the on/off button 3 so that the temperature display lights up/flashes.
- At start up and as long as the unit is warm, the room temperature is shown first until the desired temperature is reached.
- The Lighting* will light up when the door is open.
W Switching off: Press the on/off button for approx. two seconds so that the temperature display goes out.
Setting the temperature
W To reduce the temperature:
Press the DOWN button 2.
W To increase the temperature:
Press the UP button 2.
- While you are entering the temperature, the set tempera­ture
will flash on the display.
- When you press the temperature setting buttons for the first
time, the most recent setting (known as the "refer-ence
setting") is displayed.
- You can change the settings in increments of 1°C by briefly
pressing the buttons again. If the buttons are held down the
temperature setting will change faster.
- Approx. 5 seconds after the last button was pressed, the
electronic switches over automatically and the actual cooling
temperature (= actual value) is shown.
- The temperature can be set at between 2 °C and 9 °C.
Whether you can obtain the lowest temperature depends on
where the appliance is positioned (if it is located in an area
with a high ambient temperature it will not reach the lowest
temperature).
W Recommended temperature settings:
- For the refrigerator compartment: 5 °C
For appliances with freezer compartment* the following is true:
- If frozen food is stored and low compartment temperatures are
guaranteed, the temperature control setting between 2 °C and
5 °C is recommended.
- When the ambient temperatures are below 18 °C, the winter
heating of the device switches on automatically.
Note: Please note that the temperature inside the appliance is
affected by the frequency with which the door is opened, how full
the appliance is and the room temperature at the place where the
appliance is installed.
In set-up mode you can set the child-proof lock and adjust the
brightness of the display*:
Activating set-up mode:
W Press SuperFrost button for approx. 5 secs - the SuperFrost
button flashes - the display shows c for child-proof lock.
Note: the value to be altered flashes.
W Select the required function by pressing the Up/Down button:
c = child-proof lock or h = brightness.
W Now select/acknowledge function by pressing SuperFrost button briefly:
• For c = child-proof lock, press the Up/Down button to select c1 = child-proof lock on or
c0 = child-proof lock off and acknowledge with the
SuperFrost button. When the symbol 6 is lit, the child-proof
lock is activated.
• For h = brightness, press Up/Down button to
select h1= minimum to h5 = maximum brightness
and acknowledge with the SuperFrost button.
Exit set-up mode:
W To exit the set-up mode, press the On/Off button; after 2 mins.
the electronic system switches over automatically.
- The normal operating mode is activated again.
Refrigerator compartment
SuperCool*, Fig. A1/5
SuperCool is particularly recommended for when you want to
cool large quantities of freshly stored food or drinks as quickly as
possible. The refrigeration temperature then decreases the value
of the coldest temperature performance.
W Switching On and Off: Briefly press SuperCool button 5,
lighting up the appropriate LED (dark= off).
Note: SuperCool consumes more energy.
However, after about 6 seconds the electronics automatically
switch back to energy-saving normal operation.
The interior light
switches off automatically when door is open for more than approx. 15 minutes. If the lamp does not light up when the door is
opened briefly, but the temperature setting display does, the light
bulb may be defective.
Replacing the bulb:
W Light-bulb specifications: max.15 W, power supply and
voltage should match the details on the rating plate. Only use
light bulbs with the same dimensions, fitting: E 14.
W Switch off the appliance. Disconnect mains plug or trip or
unscrew fuse.
W Push the sides 1 of the lamp cover together according to Fig.
F1, unlatch and detach at rear 2.
W Replace the light bulb according to Fig. F2.
W Attach the cover at the rear again and lock into place on sides.
Temperature setting display, Fig. A1/1
In normal operation, the actual cooling temperature is shown.
The display will flash:
- if you change the temperature
W If "F 1" to "F 5" appears in the display, the appliance has
a fault. Consult the customer serv­ice department indicat-ing
the fault number displayed as this will tell the techni-cian what
kind of irregularity has occurred.
- The illuminated temperature setting display indicates operation of the appliance.
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Notes on refrigerating
W Due to the natural circulation of air in the refrigerator, different
temperature areas are set, which are suitable for storing different types of food.
- Immediately above the vegetable bins and on the rear wall is
the coldest (e.g. suitable for sausages and meat products);
- In the top front area and in the door is the warmest (e.g. suitable for spreadable butter and cheese).
W Food is to be stored so that the air can circulate properly, so
do not store things too cramped.
W Food which often gives off or absorbs smells or tastes, and
liquids should always be stored in closed containers or covered.
W Reusable plastic, metal, aluminium or glass containers and
food wrap are suitable packaging material.
W Food that gives off a large amount of ethylene or are highly
sensitive to it such as fruit, vegetables are salads should always be separated or packed so as not to reduce storage life;
e.g. do not store tomatoes together with kiwi fruit or cabbage.
Freezer compartment*
Freezer compartment*
Note: The air temperature in the compartment, measured with
thermometer or other measuring devices, may vary. However, in
a full compartment, that has little effect on the frozen goods. The
core temperature of the frozen goods therefore is the medium
setting for these fluctuations.
SuperFrost
The fresh food should be frozen through to the core as quickly
as possible and already stored frozen goods maintain a cold
reserve. This is possible with the SuperFrost equipment. Therefore the nutritional value, appearance and flavour of frozen food
is maintained the best.
W As a maximum, you can freeze as many kg of fresh food
within 24 hours, as is indicated on the rating plate under
“freezing capacity ... kg/24h” 4. This maximum quantity of
frozen goods varies depending on model and climate class.
Freezing with SuperFrost Fig. A1/4
W press SuperFrost button 4 quickly so that the LED lights up.
- The freezing temperature decreases and the appliance works
at the highest possible refrigeration capacity.
W Then insert the fresh food.
- SuperFrost switches off automatically after a total of about
65 hours. The fast freeze process is finished,
- The SuperFrost LED turns off. The appliance continues to
operate in energy-saving mode.
Note: You must notturn on SuperFrost:
- when inserting already frozen goods.
W Frozen food (goods that are already frozen) can be inserted
into the cold compartment.
W If possible do not put any bottles in the compartment to fast
freeze, and if you do, remove them within an hour, otherwise
they will burst!
W Do not refreeze food that has already been defrosted, but
remake into a prepared dish. The nutrition value and taste will
therefore remain the best.
W As a guideline for the storage time, the following applies to
various foodstuffs in the freezer compartment:
Ice cream
2 to 6 months
Bread, cakes and pastries
2 to 6 months
Sausage, ham
Game, pork
Fish, oily
2 to 6 months
6 to 10 months
6 to 12 months
Poultry, beef
6 to 12 months
Cheese
Vegetables, fruit
6 to 12 months
- The value that is applicable depends on the quality of the food,
the preparation before freezing and the quality requirements of
the individual household. For food with a high fat content the
lower values are alway applicable; fats tend to go rancid.
Making ice-cubes
W Fill the ice-cube tray* three-quarters full with water and freeze. The
ice-cubes can be removed from
the tray by twisting or by holding
upside down for a short time under
running water.
Defrosting, cleaning
Appliances without freezer compartment defrost automatically.
The moisture occurring at the back wall of the refrigerator is
carried outside the refrigerator into an evaporating dish through
the defrost water channel. The defrost water is evaporated by
the compressor heat - water droplets on the rear wall depend on
function and are completely normal.
W At least ensure that the defrost water can always flow out of
through the outlet hole via the vegetable bin to the rear wall
(arrow in Fig. A) unhindered.
Freezer
compartment*
Do not use any electrical
heating or steam cleaning appliances, defrosting
sprays, open flames or metal
objects to remove ice. Risk
of injury and damage to the
appliance.
To accelerate the defrosting process, put a pan with warm, not
boiling water into the compartment.
How to defrost:
W Switch off the appliance: Disconnect from the mains or
- Press the on/off button for approx. two seconds.
W Remove frozen goods, put into newspaper or blankets and
stored in a cool place.
W Leave the compartment and appliance door open during the
defrosting process.
W Collect defrosting water with a sponge or cloth. Then clean
the appliance.
Cleaning
W Before cleaning, always switch off the appliance.
Disconnect from the mains or un-screw or switch
off the fuse.
W Clean the outer walls, inside and appliance by hand with lukewarm water and a little detergent. Because of the risk of injury
and damage to the appliance, steam cleaning equipment
should not be used.
W Use a commercially available stainless-steel cleaning agent
for stainless-steel appliances.
- In order to achieve best possible protection, apply a stainlesssteel care agent only on the door uniformly in grinding direction
after cleaning. Points which are darker at the start and a more
intensive coloration of the stainless-steel surface are normal.
- Do not use abrasive sponges or scourers, do not use
concentrated cleaning agents and never use cleaning agents
containing sand, chloride or acid or chemical solvents, as
these would damage the surfaces and could cause corrosion.
- We recommend using a soft cloth and an all-purpose cleaner
with a neutral pH value. Only use food safe cleaning materials
inside the appliance.
W The racks, shelves and other components should be cleaned
by hand as they are not dishwasher-safe.
2 to 6 months
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2 to 6 months
In the refrigerator
You can store frozen foods and other frozen goods for several
months, at a storage temperature of -18 °C and below (from a
medium temperture controller setting) make ice cubes and also
freeze fresh food.
Notes on freezing and storage
Fish, lean
- The shelves and door racks can be dismantled for cleaning. Remove the trims
and sides from the glass shelves. Remove
the protective film from the decorative
trims.
- Ensure that no cleaning water penetrates into the electrical components, drain
gulley* or ventilation grilles. Wipe the appliance dry.
- Do not damage or remove the type plate on the inside of the
appliance. It is very important for servicing purposes.
W Clean the drain hole on the rear wall above the vegetable bins
often Fig. A, arrow.
If necessary, clean with a thin object, e.g. a cotton swab
or similar.
W Ensure that none of the wires or other components are dislodged, bent or damaged.
W Then connect/switch on the appliance.
Customer service and type plate
If none of the above causes applies and you cannot
eliminate the fault yourself or if more than one LED is
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flashing, please contact your nearest after-sales service point (see list attached).
Please state the
Appliance name 1,
Service 2,
Appliance number 3
of the rating plate with (see Fig.), and which LED indicators are
flashing. This ensures rapid, accurate servicing. The rating plate
is located inside the appliance on the left-hand side.
If the appliance is to be left switched off for any length of time,
empty the appliance, disconnect from the mains, clean as described above and leave the door open so as to avoid odours.
Troubleshooting
Your appliance is designed and manufactured in such a way as
to provide fault.free operation and a long service life.
Nevertheless, if a fault should occur during operation, please
check whether the fault is due to incorrect operation. In this case
we have to charge you for any costs incurred also within the warranty period.
You can eliminate the following faults yourself by checking the
possible causes:
Fault
possible cause and remedy
Appliance not working, display is unlit
- Is the appliance switched on properly?
- Is the mains plug properly inserted in the socket?
- Is the socket fuse intact?
The interior light does not come on
- Is the refrigerator compartment switched on?
- The bulb is defective. Change the bulb as described in “Interior light”.
Loud running noise
- Is the appliance standing firmly on the floor, or does the compressor cause nearby items of furniture or objects to vibrate?
If necessary, move the appliance slightly, align by adju­sting
the adjustable feet, or move bottles and containers apart.
- The following are normal:
Flow noises, bubbling or dripping, coming from the coolant in
the refrigerating circuit.
A soft clicking sound, this always occurs when the refrige­
ration unit (the motor) switches on or off automatically.
Motor noise; this will be slightly louder for a brief period
when the refrigeration unit switches on. When SuperFrost is
switched on, fresh food is inserted, or when the door is open
for a long time, the refrigerating capacity increases automatically.
Temperature is not cold enough
- Is the temperature controller set correctly? (Set colder as
needed).
- Is the appliance door properly closed?
- Is there sufficient ventilation?
Unblock ventilation grill as needed.
- Is the ambient temperature too hot? (see “Conditions” section)
- Has the appliance been open too often or for too long?
- Wait as needed, whether the required temparture has been
set on its own.
Instructions for installation and
modification
Before reading, please fold out the reference page with the illustrations at the
back.
Changing over door hinges
Fig. T: You can change over the door hinges if necessary.
Follow the order of the positions illustrated in fig. T/T1.
Setup Dimensions
The appliance dimensions can be found on the fig S below and
in the following table.
Model
Appliance dimensions (mm)
Nominal width a
c
c'
d
e
e’
g
h
KTP15../17..
602
KTP(esf)15../17.. 602
613 640 1174 628
597 644 1174 610
657 611 851
657 611 851
Insertion into row of kitchen units
1top unit
3Kitchen cupboard
2refrigerator/freezer
4wall
Fig. U: The appliances can be installed in a row of kitchen units.
To adapt the height of the appliance to the surrounding furniture
a top unit 1 can be added.
When retrofitting with standard kitchen cabinets (max. depth
580 mm), the appliance can be set up directly next to the kitchen
cupboard Fig. U 3. The appliance door protrudes 31 mm at the
side and 48 mm in the middle of the appliance against the front
panel of the kitchen cupboard. It can therefore be opened and
closed without any problems.
Important for ventilation:
- On the rear side of the top unit there must be a ventilation duct
of at least 50 mm depth along the entire width of the top unit.
- The area of ventilation underneath the ceiling must be at least
300 cm².
- The larger the ventilation cross section, the more energy the
appliance will be able to save.
If the appliance is installed with the hinge side against a wall
Fig. U 4, the distance between the appliance and the wall must
be at least 36 mm. This corresponds with the handle protrusion
when the door is open.
All types and models are subject to continuous improvement and
the manufacturer therefore reserves the right to make modifications in the shape, equipment and technology.
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