Gebrauchsanweisung für Kühl-Gefrier

Gebrauchsanweisung für Kühl-Gefrier-Kombination
Operating instructions for fridge-freezer combination
Consignes d'utilisation pour combiné réfrigérateur-congélateur
Gebruiksaanwijzing voor koel-vries-combinatie
Istruzione d'uso per combinazione frigo-congelatore
Instrucciones de manejo para combinado frigorífico-congelador
Kullaným Kýlavuzu Soðutucu-Dondurucu-Kombinasyonu
7081 933-01
Liebherr Hausgeräte Marica EOOD* 4202 Radinovo* Bezirk Plovdiv* Bulgarien**www.liebherr.com
CU31../35..
0209
1 The appliance at a glance
Operating controls, fig. A1
1 On/Off button, fridge section
2 Up/Down button
3 Temperature display, fridge section
4 Temperature display for freezer section
5 Superfrost button
W By moving the bottle and can holder, you can prevent bottles
from tipping over when the door is opened and closed. The
holder can be removed for cleaning:
- fig. A2: The holder slides and releases left or right along the door
stops.
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. A4.
- 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 Removing drawers: Pull forward until the drawer stops and lift out, fig. A3.
W Fig. A5: 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.
Rating plate specifications Fig. A6
1 Appliance designation
2 Service number
3 Appliance number
4 Freezing capacity ... kg/24hrs.
Description of appliance and equipment, Fig. A
Refrigerator compartment, approx. 5 0C
Operating controls
Ceiling lighting
Egg tray
Butter stop
Adjustable storage shelves
Adjustable door racks
Defrost drain
Bottle shelf*
Coldest zone of the refrigerator compartment, for
sensitive and perishable foodstuffs
Adjustable bottle and can holder
Door rack for large bottles
Vegetable, salad and fruit bins
Rating plate
Freezer compartment, approx. -18 0C
Information system*
VarioSpace*
High drawers
Ice-cube tray*
Adjustable-height feet at front, transport castors at back
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* depending on model and options
Congratulations on your purchase. Your appliance offers you all the advantages of modern refrigeration technology, guaranteeing you high quality, a long service life and high reliability.
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.
We wish you much pleasure with your new appliance.
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.
Contents
Page
Operating instructions
1 The appliance at a glance........................................ 10
Contents.................................................................... 11
Safety regulations..................................................... 11
Notes on energy saving ........................................... 11
2 Safety instructions and warnings ......................... 12
Disposal notes........................................................... 12
Technical safety......................................................... 12
Safety during use...................................................... 12
Setting up.................................................................. 12
Connecting to the mains........................................... 12
3 Putting into operation and controls....................... 13
Switching the appliance on and off............................ 13
Adjusting the temperature.......................................... 13
Temperature display.................................................. 13
4 Refrigerator compartment ..................................... 14
Arrangement of food.................................................. 14
Interior light................................................................ 14
5 Freezer compartment . ........................................... 14
Making ice-cubes....................................................... 14
SuperFrost.................................................................. 14
Notes on freezing and storage................................... 15
6 Defrosting ............................................................... 15
6 Cleaning .................................................................. 16
7 Troubleshooting....................................................... 16
Customer service and type plate.............................. 16
8 Instructions for installation and modification
Changing over door hinges........................................ 17
Insertion into row of kitchen units............................... 17
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Safety regulations
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
medicine-related 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 appliance is set to operate within specific ambient
temperature limits according to its climate rating. These
temperature limits should not be exceeded. The correct
climate rating for your appliance is indicated on the type
plate. This is explained as follows:
Climate rating
set for
ambient temperatures of
+10°C to
+16°C to
+16°C to
+16°C to
SN
N
ST
T
+32°C
+32°C
+38°C
+43°C
- The refrigerant circuit has been tested for leaks.
- The appliance complies with current safety regulations
and EC directives 2006/95/EC and 2004/108/EC.
Notes on energy saving
W Ensure that the ventilation spaces are free.
W Avoid keeping the door open for too long.
W Store food logically. Do not exceed the storage period
specified.
W Keep all food properly packed and covered so as to prevent it frosting up on the outside.
W Always allow hot food to cool to room temperature before
placing in the appliance.
W Always store similar products together, so that doors are
not opened for too long and electricity is saved.
W Defrost frozen food in the refrigerator.
W Keep the appliance door shut in the event of a breakdown. This will delay the cold loss and will help to
maintain the quality of the frozen food for longer.
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2 Safety instructions and warnings
Disposal notes
The packaging is made of recyclable materials.
- 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
WDo 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 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. In the case of prolonged skin contact, protective
measures should be taken, e.g. gloves should be worn.
W Do not consume food which has been stored for too long,
as it could cause food poisoning.
Setting up
W When setting up/fitting ensure that the refrigerant circuit
pipes are not damaged.
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W Once in position, use a 10 spanner to adjust the
feet so that the appliance is level and does not wobble.
WAvoid positioning in direct sunlight or next to an
oven, radiator or similar, in damp locations or
near spraying water.
WStandard 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. Always ensure that there is good ventilation and that the outward flowing air is able
to escape. Please note the appendix concerning
installation 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.
WDo not place heat-emitting appliances, e.g. microwave
oven, toaster, etc., on top of the refrigerator or freezer.
W In order to avoid the risk of fire, do not place any burning
candles, lamps or other objects with open flames on the
refrigerator/freezer.
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.
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.
WWhen removing the mains cable from the back of the appliance, remove the cable holder as well so as to avoid
vibration noise.
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with
the following code:
green/yellow = earth,
blue = neutral,
brown = live.
Warning! This appliance must be earthed.
Non-rewireable plugs BS 1363
If this machine or appliance is fitted with a non-rewireable plug,
the following information applies: If the socket outlets are not
suitable for the plug supplied with this product, it must be cut
off and an appropriate plug fitted. The plug cut from the flexi-ble
cord should be disposed of and on no account be inserted into
a 13 A socket elsewhere in the house (electric shock hazard).
The fuse cover must be re-fitted when changing the fuse, and if
the fuse cover is lost the plug must not be used until a suitable
replacement is obtained. The colour of the correct replacement
cover is that of the coloured insert in the base of the plug, or
the colour that is embossed in words on the base of the plug
(as applicable to the design of the plug fitted).
The correct rating of the replacement fuses that are ASTA approved to BS 1362 should be fitted. Replacement fuse covers
may be purchased from your local electrical suppliers, electricity showroom or approved service agent.
3 Putting into operation and controls
Temperature display
The following are displayed in normal mode:
- The set fridge temperature 3
The display flashes:
- The temperature setting is being changed
- The temperature has risen by several degrees.
You are advised to clean the appliance before switching it on
for the first time (see "Cleaning").
Put the appliance into operation approximately 4 hours before loading with frozen food for the first time. Only insert
frozen food when the freezer compartment is cold.
Switching the appliance on and off Fig. A1
Switching on:
To switch on the entire appliance you only need to switch on
the fridge section.
When the fridge section is switched on, the freezer section
is switched on, too.
- Briefly press the On/Off button 1.
The temperature displays light up. The fridge and freezer
sections are switched on.
Switching off:
- To switch off the entire appliance you only need to switch
off the fridge section. The freezer section is automatically
switched off, too.
- Press the On/Off button 1 for approx. 2s.
- The temperature displays are dark. The appliance is
switched off.
- The interior lighting is dark.
Adjusting the temperature Fig. A1
W Fridge section:
The temperature depends on the following factors:
- The frequency of opening the door
- The room temperature of the installation location
- The type, temperature and quantity of the frozen food
Recommended temperature setting: 5 °C.
The temperature can be changed progressively. When
the setting 1 °C is reached, it begins again at 9 °C.
- Press the adjustment button 2until the LED of the
desired temperature lights up.
Note: Pressing the Up/Down button once activates the
nominal value adjustment.
By pressing the adjustment button for a long time, a colder
setting is adjusted within a small temperature range (e.g.:
between ``5`` and ``7``), but it is not visible on the display.
W Freezer section:
The recommended temperature setting of 5°C in the cooling section will produce an average temperature of approx.
-18°C in the freezer section.
* depending on model and options
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4 Refrigerator compartment
Arrangement of food
Due to the natural air circulation in the refrigerator compartment, different temperature ranges result, which are
beneficial for the storage of different foods. Just above the
vegetable bins and at the back of the refrigerator, the air is
colder, ideal for raw meat or cold meats; at the top front of
the compartment and in the door, the air is warmer, making
it ideal for cheese and for spreadable butter.
Notes on refrigerating
- Store food so that the air can circulate freely; do not place
items too close together. Do not cover the ventilator air
slots* on the rear wall - improtant for refrigerating capacity!
- Always keep foods which easily give off or take on odours
or flavours, and liquids, in closed containers or covered.
- Always store food which gives off or is sensitive to ethylene gases such as fruit, vegetables and salads separately or wrapped in order not to affect their storage life;
e.g. do not store tomatoes together with kiwis or cabbage.
5 Freezer compartment
Making ice-cubes
WFill 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.
SuperFrost
The fresh foods should be frozen to the core as quickly as
possible and frozen foods already stored be given a "cold
reserve". This is enabled by the SuperFrost
system. This is the best way of maintaining the nutritional
value, appearance and flavour of frozen foods.
W The maximum amount of fresh food which can be frozen
in 24 hours is shown on the rating plate ("Freezing capacity ... kg/24h"), fig. A4, pos. 4. The maximum quantity of
frozen food varies according to model and climatic class.
Freezing with SuperFrost
Fig. A1/5
You do not have to switch SuperFrost on:
- when inserting already frozen foods,
- when freezing up to approx. 2 kg of fresh food
Light-bulb specifications:
daily.
max. 25 W
W Press SuperFrost button 5 briefly, so that the LED lights
Socket: E 14
up.
The current and voltage types should agree with the
- The freezing temperature decreases, the appliance works
information on the type plate
with the greatest possible freezing capacity.
W Switch off the appliance. Remove the mains plug, or trigger W With a smaller amount of food to be frozen, wait/preor remove the fuse.
freeze for approx 6 hours - normally sufficient, with the
W Hold the lamp cover at the front according to the illustration,
maximum quantity, see freezing capacity on rating plate,
and detach at the rear.
approx. 24 hours.
W Replace the bulb.
W Then insert the fresh food.
WRe-install the cover.
- The SuperFrost function can be quit manually by briefly
pressing button 5, if not:
- SuperFrost switches off automatically after approximately
65 hours.
- the SuperFrost button is dark
- the temperature range set for normal mode lights up in
the temperature display.
- the appliance continues in normal energy-saving mode.
W In order to reach the maximum freezer performance,
warm food must be placed directly on the shelves, not in
the drawers, or stored in direct contact to the inner side
walls.
Changing the interior lighting
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5 Freezer compartment
You can defrost frozen food:
Notes on freezing and storage
W As a guideline for the storage time, the following applies to - in the oven/fan-assisted oven
- in the microwave
various foodstuffs in the freezer compartment:
- at room temperature
Ice cream
2 to 6 months
- in the refrigerator compartment; the specified temperature of the frozen food is used for refrigerating the food.
Sausage, ham
2 to 6 months
- Defrosted flat meat and fish portions can be heated up.
Bread, cakes and pastries
2 to 6 months
- Vegetables can be prepared in a frozen state (at half
cooking time as fresh vegetables).
Game, pork
6 to 10 months
Fish, oily
2 to 6 months
Cheese
2 to 6 months
Fish, lean
Poultry, beef
Vegetables, fruit
6 to 12 months
6 to 12 months
6 to 12 months
W Suitable packing materials are conventional freezer
bags, reusable plastic, metal and aluminium containers.
W Do not allow fresh food to be frozen to come into contact
with food already frozen. Always insert packaging in a dry
condition to avoid packaging freezing together.
W Always provide packaging with date and contents and do
not exceed the recommended storage time of the frozen
food, in order to prevent reductions in quality.
WAlways package food which you freeze yourself in suitable portions for your household. So that the food freezes
quickly through to the core, the following quantities per
package should not be exceeded:
- Fruit and vegetables up to 1 kg,
- meat up to 2.5 kg.
W After wasing and portioning, blanch vegetables (immerse
in boiling water for 2-3 minutes, then remove and cool
in cold water). If blanching with a steamer or microwave,
observe the relevant instructions).
W Do not salt or season food and blanched vegetables
before freezing. Only lightly salt and season other foods.
The intensity of flavour of certain seasonings changes.
W Do not freeze bottles and tins containing carbonated
beverages, as otherwise they may burst.
6 Defrosting
Defrosting
The refrigerator compartment
defrosts automatically. The defrost water is evaporated by the heat from the compressor; drops of water
on the rear wall are perfectly normal.
W Ensure that the defrost water can flow freely through the
drain hole in the rear wall (arrow in fig. A).
The freezer compartment
After a long period of operation, a layer of frost or ice can
build up inside the freezer compartment.
However, a thick layer of ice will increase the appliance's
energy consumption. You should therefore defrost the appliance regularly:
W To defrost, switch off the appliance:
- Disconnect the appliance from the mains .
W If possible, put the frozen goods in the freezer drawer,
wrap in newspaper or a blanket and store in a cool place.
W To speed up the defrosting process place a saucepan of
hot but not boiling water on one of the middle shelves.
Do not use electric heaters or steam clean-ers, defrostW For storage: The individual storage tray can support
ing sprays or naked flames for defrosting nor any metal
max. 25 kg of frozen goods.
objects for removing the ice. Risk of injury and damage!
W VarioSpace: By removing the 2nd and 3rd draw and the
W Leave the appliance door open when defrosting.
storage tray, you obtain the storage space for bulky goods After defrosting, mop up the remaining water with a
equivalent to two drawer heights. Poultry, meat, large
sponge or cloth and clean the appliance.
game pieces and tall baked goods can be frozen whole
and further prepared in one piece.
W If you wish to use the max. holding capacity, you can
remove the drawers and store the frozen goods directly
on the storage trays .
- Removing drawers, fig. G1:
pull out to stop position and lift up at
front.
- Removing storage tray, fig. G2:
remove 2nd and 3rd drawer, lift storage
tray up at front and pull out.
To insert: simply push storage tray in,
snap into position at front.
W For defrosting, always only remove as
much as will be needed immediately.
Defrosted food should be used to prepare
a meal as soon as possible.
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6 Cleaning
7 Troubleshooting
Cleaning
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:
W Before cleaning, always switch off the appliance. Disconnect from the mains or un-screw
or switch off the fuse.
W Wash shelves, glass plates and other options by
hand.
W Clean the outer walls, inside and equipment 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 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.
W 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 For stainless-steel appliances*:
- Clean the side panels and door surfaces with a clean
and soft cloth. If necessary, use a moist cloth (water +
detergent). Alternatively, use a micro-fibre cloth.
W Ensure that no cleaning water penetrates into the electrical components, drain gulley* or ventilation grilles.
Wipe the appliance dry.
W 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
frequently, fig. A, arrow.
If necessary, clean with a thin
object, e.g. a cotton swab or
similar.
W The dust should be removed
from the refrigeration unit and
heat exchanger - metal grid at the
back of the appliance - once a year.
Dust deposits increase energy
consumption.
W Ensure that none of the wires or
other components are dislodged,
bent or damaged.
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?
- Was the door open for longer than 15 min.?
- 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 refrigeration 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.
Customer service and type plate
W Then connect/switch on the appliance.
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.
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Fault
If none of the above causes applies and you cannot
eliminate the fault yourself or if more than one LED
is flashing, please contact your nearest after-sales
service point (see list attached).
Please state the
appliance designation 1,
service number 2,
appliance number 3
of the rating plate (see fig.),
and which LED displays
are flashing so as to ensure
rapid, accurate servicing.
The rating plate is located
inside the appliance on the
left-hand side.
Keep the appliance closed
until the after-sales service tech­nician arrives in order to prevent further loss of refrigera­tion.
* depending on model and options
8 Instructions for installation and modification
Before reading, please fold out and
refer to the illustrated back page.
The external dimensions of the appliance can be seen on
fig. S.
Do not install the appliance side-by-side with another refrigerator or freezer. This is important to prevent condensation
and consequential damage from it.
Changing over door hinges
You can change over the door hinges if necessary:
Make sure that the following tools are at hand:
- Torx 25
- Torx 15
- Screwdriver
- Cordless screwdriver, if required
Screw off the upper bearing block - Close the upper door.
- Remove cover Fig. 1 (1) and cover Fig. 1 (2).
- Screw off the upper bearing block Fig. 1 (3) (2 mal Torx 25)
Fig. 1 (4) and lift upwards.
CAREFUL!
Danger of injury when the door tilts outwards!
- Hold the door well.
- Carefully set down the door.
Removing the upper door
- Lift off the upper door upwards and set aside.
- Lift the plug Fig. 4 (30) out of the upper door bearing bush
and set down.
Removing the lower door
- Close the lower door.
- Pull off the plastic cap Fig. 2 (10).
- Pull out the centre bearing bolt Fig. 2 (11).
- Remove the door upwards and set aside.
- Lift the plug Fig. 4 (30) out of the lower door bearing bush
and re-locate.
Re-locate the centre bearing components - Pull off the cover panel Fig. 2 (12).
- Screw off the centre bearing block Fig. 2 (13) and relocate
to the new hinge side by turning by 180°.
- Engage the cover panel Fig. 2 (12) on the new handle side.
Re-locate the lower bearing components - Remove the lower cover Fig. 3 (21) forwards.
- Remove the lower cover Fig. 3 (22) downwards and
forwards.
In doing so, pay attention to the hinge bush Fig. 3 (20).
- Screw off the bearing block Fig. 3 (23) (2 x Torx 25) Fig. 3 (24).
- Screw off the bearing component Fig. 3 (26) (1 x Torx 25)
Fig. 3 (27) and re-locate it into the opposite mounting hole,
then firmly screw in again.
- Lift off and re-locate the cover on the handle side Fig. 3 (25).
- Screw the bearing block Fig. 3 (23) back onto the new
hinge side through the outer slotted and round hole.
Note
- The second slotted hole can be used instead of the
round hole for screwing if necessary, e.g. to compensate
unevenness of the floor.
Fit the lower door
- Place the door onto the bottom bearing bolt from the top
Fig. 3 (22).
- Close the door.
- Install the centre bearing bolt Fig. 2 (11) on the new hinge
side into the lower door through the centre bearing block
Fig. 2 (13).
- Place the plastic cap Fig. 2 (10) turned by 180° back onto
the centre bearing block Fig. 2 (13).
Fit the upper door
- Place the upper door onto the centre bearing bolt Fig. 2 (11).
- Install the upper bearing block Fig. 1 (3) on the new hinge
side and in the door.
- Screw the upper bearing block Fig. 1 (2 x Torx 25) Fig. 1
(4) in tightly.
- Engage cover Fig. 1 (1) and cover Fig. 1 (2) respectively
on the opposite side.
Re-locate the handles
- Disengage the spring clamp Fig. 4 (31) from the fridge
section door and re-locate on the new hinge side.
- Dismantle the door handles Fig. 4 (32), plugs Fig. 4 (33)
and pressure plates
Dismantle Fig. 4 (34) with the door open.
- Ensure proper engagement when fitting the pressure
plates.
- Align the doors flush with the appliance housing possibly
via the two slotted holes in the lower bearing block Fig. 3
(23) and the centre bearing block Fig. 2 (13), then firmly
tighten the screws..
- Engage the cover Fig. 3 (21) again.
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
34 mm at the side and 50 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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Fig. 4
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300 cm
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Ca
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