Operating instructions
Commercial refrigerator
Read the operating instructions before switching on for the first time
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GB
7080 339-00
FKU UKU 411
Disposal notes
The appliance contains some reusable materials
and should be disposed of properly - not simply with
unsorted household refuse. 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.
When disposing of the appliance, ensure that the refrigeration circuit
is not damaged to prevent uncontrolled escape of the refrigerant
it contains (data on type plate) and oil.
• Disable the appliance.
• Pull out the plug.
• Cut through the connecting cable.
WARNING
Danger of suffocation due to packing material and plastic film!
Do not allow children to play with packing material. Take the packaging material to an official collecting point.
Safety instructions and warnings
• To prevent injury or damage to the unit, the appliance should be
unpacked and set up by two people.
• In the event that the appliance is damaged on delivery, contact
the supplier immediately before connecting to the mains.
• To guarantee safe operation, ensure that the appliance is set up
and connected as described in these operating instructions.
• Disconnect the appliance from the mains if any fault occurs. Pull
out the plug, switch off or remove the fuse.
• When disconnecting the appliance, pull on the plug, not on the
cable.
• 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.
• Do not allow naked flames or ignition sources to enter the appliance. When transporting and cleaning the appliance ensure that
the refrigerant circuit is not damaged. In the event of damage,
make sure that there are no ignition sources nearby and keep the
room well ventilated.
• Do not stand on the plinth, drawers or doors or use them to support anything else.
• 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.
• 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.
• Do not consume food which has been stored for too long, as it
could cause food poisoning.
• 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 may identify
such sprays by the printed contents or a flame symbol.
• Do not use electrical appliances inside the appliance.
• If you have a lockable appliance, do not keep the key near the
appliance or within reach of children.
• 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.
• Special-purpose lamps (incandescent lamps, LEDs, fluorescent
tubes) in the appliance serve to illuminate the appliance interior
and are not suited for room illumination.
Range of appliance use
The appliance is suitable solely for cooling food in a domestic
environment or similar. This includes use in, for example
- in staff kitchenettes, bed and breakfast establishments,
- by guests in country homes, hotels, motels and other forms of
accommodation,
- in catering and similar services in the wholesale trade.
Use the appliance solely as is customary within a domestic environment. All other types of use are inadmissible. The appliance
is not suitable for storing and cooling medicines, blood plasma,
laboratory preparations or similar substances and products
covered by the 2007/47/EC Medical Devices Directive. Misuse of
the appliance can result in the stored products suffering harm or
perishing. Furthermore, the appliance is not suitable for operation
in potentially explosive atmospheres.
Setting up
• Avoid positioning the appliance in direct sunlight or near cookers,
radiators and similar sources of heat.
• The floor on which the appliance stands should be horizontal and
level.Compensate for uneven floors with the adjustable feet.
• Always ensure that there is good ventilation and that the outward
flowing air is able to escape.
• 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.
• Do not connect the appliance to the supply with other equipment
using an extension cable - risk of overheating.
Connecting to the mains
Power supply (a.c.) and voltage at the operating point must comply
with the details on the type plate, which is located in the refrigerator
compartment on the left-hand side. 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.
Connect the appliance with a properly earthed fused plug
and socket only.
Switching the appliance on and off
You are recommended to clean the appliance before switching it
on for the first time (see „Cleaning“).
Turn the temperature control T
clockwise from „0“ to „1“. The
appliance is now switched on
and the interior light comes on.
The appliance is switched off
at the „0“ setting.
Setting the temperature
Turn the temperature control T to set the desired temperature.
Setting 1 = lowest cooling setting
Setting 7 = highest cooling setting, lowest temperature
Interior light
Bulb data: 15 W (never use a bulb rated at more than 15 W). The
voltage should agree with the details on the type plate.
Socket: E 14.
Replacing the bulb: Pull out the mains plug or remove/unscrew the fuse.
Reach behind the cover,
unscrew the bulb and
replace.
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Cooling
This appliance can be used for chilling all types of drinks and
food. The grid shelves can be moved to accommodate different
height bottles or packages. To remove the shelves the door must
be opened wider than 140°.
Defrosting
The refrigerator compartment defrosts automatically.
When operating at the coldest thermostat setting, the interior rear
wall may, however, ice up. In this case, the appliance must be
defrosted manually.
Changing over door hinges
GB
• Close the door and unscrew the hinge bracket ➋.
• Pull the door out at the bottom and lift off.
• Unscrew the hinge pin ➌ from the hinge bracket ➋ and screw
into the adjacent re­tain­ing hole.
• Unscrew hinge pin ➍ and screw in on opposite side.
• Fit handle ➎ and stoppers ➏.
• Lift off the cover ➊ and seal the exposed retaining holes on the
other side with it.
• Mount door on hinge pin ➍ and close.
• Insert hinge bracket ➋ in lower door mount­ing and screw onto
plinth.
• Pull out the mains plug.
• Remove the food from the appliance and store in a cool place.
• Leave the door of the appliance open while defrosting. After
defrosting mop up the remaining water and clean the appliance.
Do not use any mechanical devices or other artificial aids for
defrosting other than those recommended by the
manufactur­er.
Cleaning
Before cleaning always switch off the appliance. Pull out the
mains plug or remove/unscrew the fuse.
Clean the inside, equipment parts and outer walls with lukewarm
water and a little detergent. Do not use abrasive or acid cleaners
or chemical solvents.
Do not use steam cleaners because of the risk of injury and
damage.
• Ensure that no cleaning water penetrates into the elec­trical components or ventilation grille.
• Dry all parts well with a cloth.
• The dust should be removed from the refrigeration unit and heat
exchanger - metal grid at the back of the appliance - once a year.
• Do not damage or remove the type plate on the inside of the appliance. It is very important for servicing purposes.
Malfunctions
You may be able to rectify the following faults by checking
the possible causes yourself:
• Appliance does not function:
–Is the appliance switched on?
–Is the plug correctly fitted in the mains socket?
–Is the socket fuse intact?
• Loud running noise:
–Is the appliance set up firmly on the floor?
–Does the appliance cause nearby items of furniture or objects to
vibrate? Ensure that the appliance is stable and that all parts at
the back can vibrate freely.Please note that noises caused by the
refrigerant circuit cannot be avoided.
• The temperature is not low enough:
–Is the temperature setting correct (see „Setting the temperature“)?
– Does the separately installed thermometer show the correct reading?
– Is the ventilation system working properly?
– Is the appliance set up too close to a heat source?
If none of the above causes apply and you cannot rectify the fault
yourself, contact the nearest customer service department stating
the type of appliance ➊, service
number ➋ and appliance number
➌ as indicated on the type plate.
The type plate is located in the
refrigerator compartment on the
left-hand side.
Installing beneath a worktop
For continuous worktops the refrigerator‘s tabletop can be detached. The refrigerator can then be pushed under the existing
worktop.
• To take off tabletop remove screws ➊.
• Lift up tabletop and remove.
• A cross-section of min. 200 cm2 is re­quired in the worktop for
ventilation of the rear of the appliance.
Shutting your appliance down
If your appliance is to be shut down for any length of time, switch it
off and disconnect the plug or remove the fuse. Clean the appliance
and leave the door open in order to prevent unpleasant smells.
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