Use and
Care Manual
for Refrigerator
GRT50S2HC
GRT21S1HC
7084 037-01
Table
of
Table of Contents
Contents
Page
Please Read and Follow these Instructions.................. 2
California Proposition 65................................................ 2
Disposal of Old Appliance.............................................. 3
Disposal of this Appliance.............................................. 3
Disposal of Carton.......................................................... 3
R290 Refrigerant............................................................ 3
Blocking for Safety.......................................................... 3
Important Safety Information.......................................... 4
Electrical Safety.............................................................. 4
Safety Regulations.......................................................... 5
Setting Up....................................................................... 5
Supplied Equipment....................................................... 5
Installing the Equipment................................................. 6
Attaching the Handle...................................................... 6
Castors............................................................................ 6
Dimensions..................................................................... 7
Description of the Appliance.......................................... 7
Operating and Control Elements.................................... 8
Switching the Appliance On and Off.............................. 8
Setting the Temperature................................................. 8
Humidity Function........................................................... 8
SuperCool....................................................................... 9
Door Open Alarm............................................................ 9
Temperature Alarm......................................................... 9
Resetting HA / HF........................................................... 9
Temperature Recording.................................................10
Reading the Temperature Progression.........................10
Resetting the Recorded Temperature Progression......10
Defrosting.......................................................................10
Setup Mode....................................................................11
External Alarm Outputs.................................................11
Interior Light...................................................................12
Safety Lock....................................................................12
Cleaning.........................................................................13
Cleaning the Dust Filter.................................................13
Troubleshooting.............................................................14
Customer Service..........................................................14
Turning Off the Appliance..............................................14
Appliance Information....................................................14
Warranty.........................................................................15
Changing Over Door Hinges Model GRT21S1HC........16
Please Read and Follow these
Instructions
These instructions contain Danger, Warning and
Caution notes.
This information is important for safe and efficient
installation and operation.
Always read and comply with all Danger, Warning and
Caution notes!
DANGER!
Danger indicates a hazard which
will cause serious injury or death if
precautions are not followed.
WARNING!
Warning indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, could
result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION!
Caution indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, may result
in minor or moderate injury.
IMPORTANT
This indicates information that is especially
relevant to a problem-free installation and
operation.
California Proposition 65
This product contains chemicals known to the state of
California to cause cancer or reproductive harm.
IMPORTANT
All types and models are subject to continuous improvement. The manufacturer
reserves the right to make modifications to the shape, equipment and technology.
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Safety
Disposal of Old Appliance
DANGER!
Risk of child entrapment.
Child entrapment and suffocation are not problems of
the past.
Junked or abandoned refrigerators are still dangerous –
even if they will sit for “just a few days.”
If you are getting rid of your old refrigerator, please
follow these instructions to help prevent accidents.
Before you discard old appliances:
• Take off the doors.
• Leave the shelves in place so that children
may not easily climb inside.
• Cut off the power cable from the discarded
appliance. Discard separately from the
appliance.
• Be sure to follow your local requirements for
disposal of appliances.
Contact the trash collection agency in
your area for additional information.
Disposal of this Appliance
This appliance contains flammable gases
within the refrigeration circuit and insulation
foam.
Contact the municipality or disposal company
in your area for information on approved
recycling or disposal.
R290 Refrigerant
WARNING!
The refrigerant R290 contained within the
appliance is environmentally friendly, but
flammable. Leaking refrigerant can ignite.
To prevent possible ignition, follow the
warnings below:
• Keep ventilation openings,
in the appliance enclosure
or in the built-in structure,
clear of obstruction.
• To ensure proper ventilation, the clearance
between the appliance top and the ceiling
must be at least 12 inches.
• Do not use mechanical devices or other
means to accelerate the defrosting process,
other than those recommended by the
manufacturer.
• Do not damage the refrigerant circuit.
• Component parts and power cords shall be
replaced with like components performed by
factory authorized service personnel only.
• Do not use electrical appliances inside the
food storage compartments of the appliance,
unless they are of the type recommended by
the manufacturer.
Blocking for Safety
Disposal of Carton
The packaging is designed to protect the appliance and
individual components during transport and is made of
recyclable materials.
WARNING!
To avoid a hazard due to instability of the
appliance, it must be fixed in accordance
with the instructions.
WARNING!
Keep packaging materials away from
children. Polythene sheets and bags can
cause suffocation!
If possible, please recycle packaging material at a recycling facility.
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Safety
Important Safety Information
Electrical Safety
• If the appliance is damaged on delivery,
contact the supplier immediately before connecting it to the power source.
Connect this appliance to a 15 amp or 20 amp, 110120 VAC, circuit which is grounded and protected by a
circuit breaker or fuse.
• To guarantee safe operation, ensure that
the appliance is set up and connected as
described in this manual.
• Disconnect the appliance from the power
source if a fault occurs. Pull out the plug,
turn off or disable the power source.
• When disconnecting the appliance, always
pull it out by the plug; never pull on the
cable.
• Any repairs and work on the appliance
should only be performed by the customer
service department. Unauthorized work may
be dangerous to the user. The power source
cable should only be changed or replaced
by the customer service department.
• 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.
• To prevent possible injury due to an electrical shock, be sure to disconnect the power
cord or turn off the circuit breaker before
cleaning the appliance.
• To avoid injury or damage to the appliance,
do not use steam cleaning equipment to
clean the appliance.
• Do not operate the appliance in the presence of explosive fumes.
• In the event of a power outage, open the
door as infrequently as possible.
• To protect the appliance from possible damage, allow it to stand 1/2 to 1 hour in place
before turning on the electricity. This allows
the refrigerant and system lubrication to
reach equilibrium.
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We recommend using a dedicated circuit for this appliance to prevent circuit overload and the chance of
interruption to the appliance.
This appliance is equipped with a three-prong (grounding) polarized plug for your protection against possible
shock hazards.
Where a two-prong wall receptacle is encountered,
contact a qualified electrician and have it replaced with
a properly grounded three-prong receptacle in accordance with all local codes and ordinances.
WARNING!
Electrocution hazard.
Electrical grounding required.
• Do not remove the round grounding
prong from the plug.
• Do not use extension cords or
ungrounded (two-prong) adapters.
• Do not use a power cord that is frayed or
damaged.
•
Do not use a power strip.
Failure to follow these instructions may
result in fire, electrical shock or death.
Setting Up
Safety Regulations
Setting Up
The appliance is designed to cool and store food.
IMPORTANT
The appliance is not intended for outdoor use.
Climate rating
The climate rating indicates at what room temperature
the appliance may be operated to achieve full cooling
capacity and what the maximum humidity level in the
area around the appliance may be to ensure that no
condensation forms on the exterior housing.
Climate Rating
Max. Ambient
Temperature
Max. relative
humidity
5
104°F (40°C)
40%
The minimum room temperature at the place of installation is 50°F (10°C).
IMPORTANT
Do not operate the appliance outside the specified
ambient temperature range.
- The refrigerant circuit has been tested for leaks.
- The appliance complies with current safety regulations
CAUTION!
To avoid risk of personal injury or property
damage, have two people to move this
appliance into place.
Avoid placing the appliance in direct sunlight or near
the stove, range top, radiators and similar heat sources.
• Examine the unit and packaging for shipping damage. Contact the carrier immediately if you suspect
there is any damage.
• Note the type (model number), service number,
appliance / serial number, date of purchase and
where purchased in the space provided in the back
of this manual.
Supplied Equipment
GRT50S2HC
Handles
C22.2 No. 120-13
UL 471 - 10th Edition
M4 x 20
16 pcs.
We recommend cleaning the appliance before turning it
on for the first time. See Cleaning.
WARNING!
Do not allow children to play with the
appliance. Children must not climb, sit or
stand on the shelves or door.
Failure to follow these instructions may
result in death or serious injury.
Grid shelves and
shelf rails
GRT21S1HC
Handle
M4 x 20
8 pcs.
Grid shelves
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Features
Installing the Equipment
GRT50S2HC
Attaching the Handle
GRT50S2HC
GRT21S1HC
Fit the supplied shelf rails to the
right and left of the vertical bar.
Suspend the rails at the desired
height by inserting into the rear
clip-in strip first and then clipping
in at the front.
Intermediate shelves GRT50S2HC
Place the supplied
intermediate shelves
onto the shelf rails.
Attach the handle onto the appliance door using eight M4 x 20
crosshead screws. The screws are
supplied with the handle.
Castors
To easily move the appliance on the floor, it is equipped
with castors. The left and right front castors are lockable
to keep the appliance in position.
CAUTION!
IMPORTANT
The maximum load
per intermediate shelf
is 44 lbs (20 kg).
Risk of injury due to high spring tension.
Do not try to operate the locking lever with
your hands.
Always operate with protective footwear.
Locking the castor
Press down the lever at the front
with the tip of your shoe until it
snaps into place.
Unlocking the castor
Push back the lever at the top
with the tip of your shoe until it
snaps back to the initial position.
Insert the grid shelves.
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Features
Dimensions
GRT50S2HC
GRT21S1HC
Description of the Appliance
Model plate
Operating and control elements
Lock
Lock
Model plate
Lock
Interior light
Stacking mark*
Adjustable grid
shelves
IMPORTANT
The maximum load
per grid shelf is
132 lbs (60 kg).
* Stacking mark
Only load the top shelf up to the stacking mark.
This is important to ensure that the air can
circulate properly and the temperature is even
throughout the interior.
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Operation
Operating and Control Elements
Switching the Appliance On and
Off
Connect the appliance to the electrical outlet - the OFF
indicator and the temperature display flash alternately.
Switching the appliance on
Keep the
button pressed for approx. 3 seconds until
the temperature display lights up.
Switching the appliance off
Keep the
button pressed for approx. 3 seconds - the
OFF indicator and the temperature display flash alternately.
On/Off button (switching the appliance on and off)
Setting the Temperature
HACCP button (for calling up stored alarm events
and reading the temperature progression)
• Keep the
button pressed for 1 second. The temperature display flashes.
Humidity button (for adjusting the humidity in the
appliance interior)
Up button (for navigating in the menu and
increasing values)
• To increase the temperature (warmer): press the
button.
• To reduce the temperature (colder): press the
ton.
Down button (for navigating in the menu and
decreasing values)
• Press the
SuperCool button (for cooling down food quickly)
The desired temperature setting is saved.
Audible alarm Off button
Defrost button (for manually activating the defrost
function)
Enter button
Symbols in the display
Compressor is running
LED flashing. The compressor will start after the
pressure in the refrigerant circuit has equalized.
Fan in the interior is running
Appliance is defrosting
Interior light is on
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Humidity Function
Different types of food require different storage conditions. Therefore, the air humidity in the appliance interior can be adjusted.
button pressed for 2 seconds.
• Keep the
The display shows
.
• Use buttons
setting.
Display
HACCP function is activated
Display
LED flashing. A power outage or interior temperatures
outside the permitted range have been recorded.
Alarm function
Display
Digital display
button again.
The temperature can be set at between 28°F and 60°F
(-2°C and 16°C).
SuperCool is activated
A fault has occurred in the appliance. Contact the
customer service department.
but-
• Press the
and
to select the desired humidity
= high humidity
= medium humidity
= low humidity
button at the desired setting.
The desired humidity setting is saved.
Operation
SuperCool
Temperature Alarm
When the SuperCool function is activated, the compressor runs constantly and the interior temperature drops.
This function is used to quickly cool down food that has
just been placed in the refrigerator until it reaches a
safe temperature.
If the temperatures in the interior are out of the permitted range, the audible alarm signal will sound. The temperature display will flash alternately with
or .
= interior temperature is too warm
= interior temperature is too cold
Switching SuperCool on
• Press and hold the
The display shows
button.
.
• After pressing the button for 3 seconds, the display
.
shows
• Release the button. The appliance is now in
SuperCool mode.
Place the food in the appliance.
The appliance automatically switches back to normal operation when the required safe temperature is
reached.
The SuperCool function can be switched off sooner if
desired.
Switching SuperCool off
• Press and hold the
The display shows
button.
.
• After pressing the button for 3 seconds, the display
.
shows
• Release the button. The appliance then switches
back to normal operation again.
Door Open Alarm
If the door is left open for more than 4 minutes, the
audible alarm signal will sound and
and the temperature indication flash alternately in the display.
If the door must be opened for a lengthy period in
order to place items into the appliance, cancel the
button.
audible alarm signal by pressing the
• Cancel the audible alarm signal by pressing the button.
The temperature display will stop flashing as soon as
the temperature in the interior has reached the set
value.
), first
If the temperature displayed is too high (
check whether the door is closed correctly.
If the temperature display continues to show a value
that is too high or too low after one hour, contact the
customer service department.
If E0, E1 or EE appears in the display, a fault has
occurred in the appliance. In this case, contact the customer service department.
HA / HF / LED
flashes
There has been a power outage (HF) of some length or
the interior was too warm or too cold (HA) during a certain period of time.
Resetting HA / HF
• Keep the
button pressed for 1 second.
The display shows .
• Keep the
button pressed for5 seconds.
The display shows
The display shows
.
• Keep the
button pressed for 5 seconds.
The electronic control system switches back to normal operation.
The alarm switches back to standby when the door is
shut.
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Operation
Temperature Recording
The electronic control system records the highest and
lowest temperatures that occur in the appliance interior
over a maximum period of 999 hours.
The recording starts when the appliance is switched on.
The hour count stops at 999, but the temperature
recording continues.
Reading the Temperature
Progression
• Keep the
button pressed for 1 second.
The display shows .
button.
• Press the
The display shows the number of hours that the temperature was recorded.
• Press the
button.
The display shows .
button.
• Press the
The display shows
.
• Press the
button.
The display shows the highest (warmest) temperature that occurred in the period displayed under item .
• Press the
button.
The display shows
.
button.
• Press the
The display shows .
• Press the
button.
The display shows the lowest temperature that
occurred in the period displayed under item .
• Keep the
button pressed for 5 seconds.
The electronic control system switches back to normal operation.
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Resetting the Recorded
Temperature Progression
• Keep the
button pressed for 1 second.
The display shows .
button.
• Press the
The display shows the number of hours that the temperature was recorded.
• Keep the
button pressed for 3 seconds.
The display shows
The
.
value is then set to 0.
The
and
values are then reset to the current interior temperature.
button pressed for 5 seconds.
• Keep the
The electronic control system switches back to normal operation.
Defrosting
The appliance defrosts automatically. The defrost water
drains into a tray near the refrigeration unit and evaporates automatically through the compressor heat.
Activating the defrost function manually
When the appliance door has been left open for a long
time, the evaporator may become frosted. The defrost
function can then be activated manually.
button pressed for 3 seconds.
• Keep the
The
symbol and
appear in the display.
The electronic control system switches back to normal
operation after the evaporator is defrosted.
The defrost function can be stopped earlier by pressing
button again.
the
The display shows
.
Operation
Setup Mode
The Setup Mode can be used to adjust the electronic
control system. The following adjustments are possible.
Temperature display in °F or °C
button pressed for 5 seconds.
• Keep the
The display shows
.
• Press the
Use the
• Press the
button.
buttons to select
for °C or for °F.
button.
The display shows
.
• Exit Setup Mode by pressing the
onds.
button for 5 sec-
Network address
(when connecting the appliance to a temperature
monitoring system via the RS485 interface)
button pressed for 5 seconds.
• Keep the
The display shows
.
Press button
or
• Press the
button.
button pressed for 5 seconds.
• Keep the
The display shows
.
Press button
or
• Press the
button.
Use the
until
button.
.
The display shows
• Exit Setup Mode by pressing the
onds.
Disabling the audible alarm
buttons to select between
button pressed for 5 seconds.
• Keep the
The display shows
.
Press button
or
= temperature before start of the defrost phase
• Press the
button.
=display of
Use the
only.
.
button for 5 sec-
Time delay for the door open alarm
button pressed for 5 seconds.
• Keep the
The display shows
.
or
• Press the
button.
until
appears.
buttons to set the delay time between
Use the
1 and 5 minutes.
• Press the
button.
The display shows
appears.
buttons to select between
= audible alarm disabled.
• Exit Setup Mode by pressing the
onds.
Press button
until
=audible alarm enabled
button.
The display shows
button for 5 sec-
appears.
= alternating display of
and the current temperature in the interior of the appliance
• Press the
appears.
buttons to set the network address numUse the
ber between and
.
• Press the
Type of display during the defrosting process
until
• Press the
button.
The display shows
.
• Exit Setup Mode by pressing the
onds.
button for 5 sec-
External Alarm Outputs
The electronic control system is equipped with a floating
alarm output and an RS485 interface.
For information about connecting the appliance to
an external alarm or temperature monitoring system,
please contact your dealer.
.
• Exit Setup Mode by pressing the
onds.
button for 5 sec-
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Operation
Interior Light
Safety Lock
The interior light will always
switch on when the appliance door is opened.
The lock is equipped with a
safety mechanism.
The
symbol appears in
the display.
The interior light will go out
after the door is closed.
The light intensity of the LED light corresponds to
laser class 1/1M.
Locking the appliance
• Insert the key and push as shown by
arrow 1.
• Turn the key 180° counterclockwise 2.
IMPORTANT
The light cover may only be removed by customer
service staff.
CAUTION!
Risk of eye damage.
If the cover is removed, do not look
directly at the light through optical lenses
from a close distance.
Unlocking the appliance
• Insert the key and push as shown by
arrow 1.
• Turn the key 180° clockwise 2.
WARNING!
Risk of child entrapment and suffocation
due to a locked appliance door.
Keep the key in a safe place out of reach
of children and not in the vicinity of the
appliance.
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Cleaning
Cleaning
WARNING!
• To prevent possible injury due to an
electrical shock, be sure to disconnect the
power cord or turn off the circuit breaker
before cleaning the appliance.
• To avoid injury or damage, do not use steam
cleaning equipment to clean the appliance.
Cleaning the appliance interior
Cleaning the appliance outside
• Clean the door surface and outer walls with lukewarm water and a little detergent or a good-quality
stainless steel cleaner.
IMPORTANT
Do not use abrasive or scouring pads or sponges.
Do not use concentrated cleaning agents. Never
use abrasive or acid-based cleaners or chemical
solvents. Otherwise, the stainless steel surface will
be permanently damaged.
• Remove the grid shelves.
• Model GRT50S2HC
Remove the shelf rails.
Lift the rail at the front (1),
move inwards (2) and remove to
the front (3).
• Ensure no cleaning water
penetrates into the electrical
components.
• Clean the inside of the appliance and equipment
parts with lukewarm water and a little detergent.
• Thoroughly dry all parts with a cloth.
• Do not damage or remove the model plate on the
inside of the appliance. It is very important for servicing your appliance.
• Model GRT50S2HC
Insert the shelf rails as shown in Installing the
Equipment.
• Insert the grid shelves.
Cleaning the Dust Filter
WARNING!
Electrocution hazard.
Do not clean the dust filter when the
appliance is connected to the electrical
outlet.
Disconnect the power cord or turn off the
circuit breaker before cleaning the dust
filter.
IMPORTANT
Clean the dust filter at least twice per year.
• Remove the dust filter
by moving it upwards.
• Clean the filter with
water and detergent.
• Dry the dust filter and
reinstall it.
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Cleaning
Troubleshooting
Your appliance is designed and manufactured for a long life and reliable operation.
If a problem occurs during operation, check whether it is due to an operating error.
Please note that even during the warranty period, you may be responsible for certain repair costs.
Problem
Possible cause and remedy
Appliance does not work,
display is off.
- Is the appliance turned on?
- Is the power cord properly inserted in the outlet?
- Is the circuit breaker or fuse in working order?
Motor seems to
run too long.
- Is the ambient temperature too hot? See Safety Regulations.
- Has the appliance been opened too often or left open too long?
The temperature is
not cold enough.
-
-
-
-
Error codes displayed
Cause and further action
E0 or E1
Sensor error. > Contact the customer service department.
EE or EF
Error in the electronic control system. > Contact the customer service department.
LO
Temperature in the interior is too low. > Contact the customer service department.
HI
Temperature in the interior is too high (warm). > First make sure that the door is closed
properly. If the HI display does not disappear after approx half an hour, contact the
customer service department.
dor
The appliance door has been left open for more than 1 minute. > Close the door.
HF or HA
There has been a power outage (HF) of some length or the interior was too warm or
too cold (HA). > See Temperature Alarm .
Is the temperature setting correct? See Setting the Temperature.
Does a separately installed thermometer show the correct reading?
Is the ventilation system working properly?
Is the appliance set up too close to a heat source?
Customer Service
Appliance Information
If none of the above possible causes apply, and you
can not rectify the fault
yourself, contact the customer service department.
Indicate the type (1) of
appliance, service number (2) and the appliance /
serial number (3) as shown
on the model plate.
Record this information when the appliance is installed.
The position of the model plate is shown in the section
entitled Description of the Appliance.
Where Purchased:_____________________________
Turning Off the Appliance
If your appliance is to be turned off for any length of
time, switch it off and disconnect the plug or switch off
or unscrew the fuse. Clean the appliance and leave the
door open in order to prevent unpleasant odors.
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Type Designation:______________________________
Service Number:_______________________________
Appliance / Serial Number:_______________________
Date of Purchase:______________________________
Warranty
COMMERCIAL FOOD SERVICE
FULL THREE YEAR WARRANTY
For three years from the date of original purchase, your Liebherr warranty covers all parts and labor to repair or replace
any part of the product which proves to be defective in materials or workmanship under normal and proper use and
maintenance as specified by Liebherr and upon proper installation and start-up in accordance with the Owner’s Use
and Care Guide supplied with each Liebherr unit.
FULL FIVE YEAR SEALED SYSTEM WARRANTY
For five years from the date of original purchase, your Liebherr warranty covers all parts and labor to repair or replace
any components that prove to be defective in materials or workmanship in the sealed system under normal and proper
use and maintenance service. The “Sealed System” defined as the compressor, condenser and/or condensing unit,
evaporator, drier, metering device and all connecting tubing.
TERMS APPLICABLE TO EACH WARRANTY
This warranty will apply to products purchased and located in the United States and Canada. Products must be
purchased in the country where service is requested. Any part covered under the above warranties that is determined
by Liebherr to have been defective within the time frame is limited to the repair or replacement, including labor
charges, of defective parts or assemblies. The labor warranty will include standard straight time labor charges only
and reasonable travel time, as determined by Liebherr. This warranty is void for any misuse of the intended application
of these products.
All service provided by Liebherr under the warranty must be performed by authorized Liebherr service representatives,
unless otherwise specified by Liebherr. The warranty does not cover any parts or labor to correct any defect or damage
caused by negligence, accident, fire, flood, acts of God, improper use, improper maintenance, improper delivery,
improper installation, power interruptions, power surges, incorrect electric current, voltage or supply, use of extension
cords, improper grounding, removal and reinstallation of the product if it is not installed in accordance with published
installation instructions or in an inaccessible location, service cost or service call to instruct the user on the proper use
of the product or repairs to parts or systems resulting from unauthorized modifications made to the product repairs
when the product is used in a manner that is contrary to published user or operator instructions and/or installation
instructions.
Liebherr is not responsible for economic loss, profit loss or direct, indirect or consequential damages, losses or
other costs and expenses resulting from any spoilage of any items stored in a Liebherr refrigeration system including
refrigerators, freezers, and wine coolers whether they be food, medicine, wine or otherwise. In no event will Liebherr
have any liability or responsibility whatsoever for damage to surrounding property, including but not limited to cabinetry,
floors, ceilings and other structures or objects around the product. You are solely responsible for any structure and
setting for the product including but not limited to all electrical, plumbing or other connecting facilities, for proper
foundation/flooring and for any alterations including without limitation cabinetry, walls, flooring and shelving. Warranties
are void if the original serial numbers have been removed, altered or cannot be readily determined. Liebherr reserves
the right to amend or alter this warranty and/or any warranty terms at Liebherr’s discretion.
THE REMEDIES DESCRIBED ABOVE FOR EACH WARRANTY ARE THE ONLY ONES WHICH
LIEBHERR WILL PROVIDE, EITHER UNDER THESE WARRANTIES OR UNDER ANY WARRANTY
ARISING BY OPERATION OF LAW. LIEBHERR WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY
CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES ARISING FROM THE BREACH OF THESE
WARRANTIES OR ANY OTHER WARRANTIES, WHETHER EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY.
Some states/provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages so the above
limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other
legal rights which vary from state to state, or province to province.
For all other warranty inquiries or to receive parts and/or service and the name of the Liebherr authorized service
representative nearest you, for the USA and Canada, contact the Liebherr designated national service provider at
service-commercial.us@ liebherr.com or call 1-844-LICOSVC (1-844-542-6782) or contact your authorized Liebherr
dealer or distributor.
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Changing Over Door Hinges
Changing Over Door Hinges
Model GRT21S1HC
Door hinges should only be changed by a trained
expert.
Changing over the door hinges requires two people.
1.Open the door approx. 90°.
IMPORTANT
The door must be opened 90°
before the lower hinge bracket
is removed.
This will hold the self-closing
mechanism that is integrated
into the door in the required
position for installation.
IMPORTANT
If the door is removed and reinstalled in the closed
position, this will lead to destruction of the selfclosing mechanism on the first opening of the door.
3.Remove the hinge components
from the hinge bracket.
Bearing ring
Brass washer
Hinge bushing
Plastic washer
Note
The hinge bushing with brass washer and
bearing ring may stick in the door mounting when you pull out the hinge bracket
and, in this case, must be removed from it.
4.Remove bearing
ring from upper door
mounting.
CAUTION!
Risk of injury and damage due to a falling
appliance door.
The door must be held secure by one
person to ensure that a second person can
remove or install the hinge components.
5.Turn the door by 180°.
2.Remove the hinge bracket and
spacer plate.
Remove the door downwards.
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6.Insert the bearing ring and
hinge bushing into the upper
door mounting.
Changing Over Door Hinges
Bearing ring
Brass washer
Plastic washer
11. Fit the hinge components
on the hinge bracket.
12.Keeping the door open at 90°,
suspend in top square pin.
7. Transfer upper hinge bracket
and covers to the opposite side.
IMPORTANT
It is essential that the door is
open at an angle of 90° during
installation.
If the door is installed in the
closed position, this will lead to
destruction of the self-closing
mechanism on the first opening
and closing of the door.
8.Remove the front screws of the
front castors using a 4 mm metric Allen key.
Torx™
TX 25
13.Install the hinge bracket with the
fitted hinge components in the
lower door mounting.
Note
The tabs on the bearing ring must fit
into the recesses of the door mounting during installation. If necessary,
rotare the upper ring.
9.Remove the base mounting
bracket and plugs and attach on
the other side.
10.Reinsert the screws, using a
4 mm metric Allen key.
14.Screw the hinge bracket with spacer plate
into place using a 4 mm metric Allen key.
IMPORTANT
Tighten the screws firmly.
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