NW L50263W
User Manual
NEW WORLD Customer Care
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Model No
Serial No
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Stoney Lane, Prescot, Merseyside, L35 2XW
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Specification of the appliance
Voltage:220V-240V
Frequency:50Hz
Refrigerant:R600a
Rated Current:0.5A
Lamp Power: 10W
Insulation Blowing Agent:Cyclopentane
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Description of the Appliance
1. Thermostat Control & Interior Light
2. Interior Glass Shelves (x 2)
3. Door Storage – Specific Areas for Bottles &
Dairy Products
4. Salad Crisper Box with Glass Shelf
(Picture shown for indicative purposes only, model supplied may
differ).
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CONTENTS:
Section 1. Installation
Section 2. Safety Advice
Section 3. Operating the Appliance
Section 4. Maintenance
Section 5. Warning
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Section 1. Installation
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IMPORTANT! This appliance must be left to stand in
an upright position for at least 4 hours before being
switched on for the first time.
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Remove all packaging and securing tape from the
appliance.
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Wash the interior of the appliance with luke warm
water containing a small amount of bicarbonate
soda (5ml to 0.5 litres of water).
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Position the appliance in a dry atmosphere and
out of direct sunlight.
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Do not position next to a cooker or other
sources of heat, i.e. radiator.
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If positioned next to another fridge or freezer, leave a
minimum gap of 2cm between the appliances in
order to avoid condensation.
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A clearance of 50mm should be left above the
appliance. If this cannot be achieved you should
ensure a clearance of 25mm is maintained on each
side of the appliance.
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Please ensure that there is a small ‘air-gap’ between
the condenser on the rear of the appliance and the
rear wall.
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Do not place or store heavy items on the top of this
appliance.
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Ensure that the appliance is positioned on a firm flat
floor.

This appliance must be level. Adjust the level by
screwing the adjustable feet up or down (use your
fingers or a suitable spanner).
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Ensure that the appliance is upright and both feet
are in firm contact with the floor so that the cabinet
is stable.
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Connect the plug to an adjacent 13amp socket
outlet and ensure that the appliance is not standing
on the supply cable.
Section 2. Safety Advice
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Please read this booklet thoroughly before
installing and switching on the appliance. The
manufacturer accepts no responsibility for incorrect
installation and usage.
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 If this appliance is to replace an old refrigerator
with a lock, as a safety measure break or
remove the lock and/or door before disposal.

Your old appliances contain insulation gases
and refrigerant that must be disposed of correctly.
Please ensure that the refrigerant circuit is not
damaged before the appliance is taken away for
correct disposal in line with current legislation. If
there is any doubt contact your Local Authority for
instructions.

This appliance may contain the refrigerant
isobutene (R600a). This is a natural gas with a high
level of environmental compatibility; however,
caution is required as isobutene is a flammable gas.
It is essential to ensure that refrigerant tubes are not
damaged during transportation and the installation of
the appliance.
In the event that the refrigerant circuit is damaged,
avoid naked flames or sources of ignition and
ventilate the room in which the appliance is situated.

Do not damage the refrigerant circuit.

Do not allow children to play with the appliance.
Children must never play in or around the appliance.

If using an adaptor, this must be used in
accordance with the manufacturers instructions and
ensure that the electrical circuit is not overloaded as
this could cause overheating.
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Do not twist or bend the cables, and keep
them away from hot surfaces.

Do not plug ın or unplug this appliance with
wet hands.

Following installation make sure that the power
cable is not trapped underneath the appliance.

If the power supply cord is damaged, it must
be replaced by the manufacturer, it’s service agent
or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a
hazard.
Section 3. Operating the Appliance
3.1. Switching on the Appliance
 Allow the appliance to stand for a minimum of 4
hours after installation. Plug in the appliance and
switch on at the mains supply.
 Set the thermostat control to the required setting as
detailed in the Temperature Control section (3.2.).
 Leave the appliance for approximately 4 hours for the
correct temperature to be reached.
 Place the appliance close to the wall with a distance
not exceeding 75mm
3.2. Temperature Control
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The temperature selector knob is located on the right
hand side of the inner cabinet (see Description of the
Appliance on page 4). Please note that a larder fridge
does not have an ice-box and will operate at a slightly
higher temperature than a fridge with an ice-box.
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Setting “0”: Unit Off
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Setting “1”: Unit On – Warmest Temperature
 Setting “3” Normal Operation (adequate for
most situations)
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Setting “7”: Coldest Temperature
Important!
During high ambient temperatures e.g. on hot summer
days, it may be necessary to set the thermostat to the
coldest setting (position 7). This may cause the
compressor to run continuously in order to maintain a low
temperature in the cabinet.
3.3. Normal Operating Sounds
You may hear faint gurgling or bubbling sounds when the
refrigerant is pumped to the cooling system and through
the coils or tubing at the rear of the appliance. When the
compressor is in operation you may hear a slight whirring
sound or pulsating noise. The thermostat controls the
operation of the compressor, and you may hear a slight
click as it cycles in and out.
3.4. Energy Saving Advice
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 Do not install the appliance close to sources of
heat, such as a cooker, dishwasher or radiator.
 Locate the appliance in a cool well-ventilated room
and make sure that the air vents are clear.
 Try to avoid keeping the door open for a long time,
warm air will enter the cabinet and may cause a
build up of ice as well as affecting the energy
consumption. Ensure there are no obstructions
preventing the door from closing properly.
 Ensure that the door seal is clean and there are no
tears or splits.
 Keep the most perishable foods, (those with a short
shelf-life, such as cooked meats), in the coldest part
of the fridge. The Salad Crisper Box is the warmest
part of your fridge and should be used for
vegetables, salads and fruits etc. (see Description
of Appliance on Page 3).
 Do not overload the fridge: the cooling air that
circulates to keep the fridge cold gets blocked and
pockets of warm air form.
 Do not put hot food into the fridge – let it cool down
first.
3.5. In the Event of a Power Failure
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If there is a power failure, keep the door closed. When the
power has been restored the appliance will start to operate
but it may take some time to achieve the pre-set operating
temperature. Check the condition of your stored food items
and liquids.
Section 4. Maintenance
Before any maintenance or cleaning work is carried out,
DISCONNECT the appliance from the ELECTRICITY supply.
4.1. Internal Cleaning
Clean the interior and accessories with warm water and
bicarbonate of soda (5ml to 0.5 litre of water). Rinse and dry
thoroughly. Do not use detergents, abrasive powders, highly
perfumed cleaning products, wax polishes or cleaning
products containing bleach or alcohol.
4.2. External Cleaning
Wash the outer cabinet with warm soapy water. Do NOT use
abrasive products. There may be sharp edges on the
underside of the product, so care should be taken when
cleaning. Once or twice a year dust the rear of the appliance
and the compressor at the back of the appliance, with a
brush or vacuum cleaner, as an accumulation of dust will
affect the performance of the appliance and cause increased
energy consumption.
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4.3. When the appliance is not in use
When the appliance is not in use for long periods, remove
the contents, disconnect from the electricity supply and
clean the appliance, leaving the door ajar until you wish to
use the appliance again.
4.4. Changing the Interior Light Bulb
 Switch off the power supply to the appliance
 Remove the screw from the light cover and remove
the cover
 Unscrew the bulb from the rear of the light unit.
Replace the bulb with a suitable replacement.
 Replace the bulb with a suitable replacement
(ensure same wattage).
 Refit the cover and switch the appliance back on.
4.5. Reversing the Door
The door opening can be reversed from “right hand hinged”
to “left hand hinged” if required. If your appliance is
supplied “left hand hinged” simply reverse the following
procedure.
Warning!
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When reversing the door, the appliance must not be
connected to the mains. Remove the plug from the
mains beforehand.
Remove the plastic UppeCover (1)
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. Top Hinge Cover
2
. Top Hinge
3
. Door
4. Lower Hinge Pin/Foot
5. Left Foot
Left Hand Hinge Holes/Plastic
6. Caps
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Remove the retaining screws and the Top Hinge (2)
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Lift the door off the Lower Hinge (4).
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Remove the retaining screws and the Lower Hinge (4)
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Remove the retaining screws and the Top Hinge (2)
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Remove the Hinge Pin and Foot from the Lower
Hinge (4), turn the hinge over and refit the Hinge
Pin and Foot.
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Remove the Foot (5) from the left hand side and refit
on the right hand side. Now fit the Lower Hinge (4) to
the pre-drilled holes on the opposite side of the
cabinet
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Now fit the Lower Hinge (4) to the pre-drilled holes
on the opposite side of the cabinet
 Remove the Plastic Caps (6) from the top left hand
side and refit on the right hand side.
 Locate the Door (3) onto the Lower Hinge (4)
and refit the Top Hinge.
 Ensure that the door closes and seals correctly –
tighten all the screws.
 Refit the Top Hinge Cover (1)
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4.6. What to do if something goes wrong
There is no power to the appliance:

Check there is not a power cut
 Check there is power to the electric
socket/appliance
 Check the fuse in the plug (Must be 13 amp)
The compressor runs continuously:
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Is the door closed correctly?
Have large quantities of food recently been added to
the appliance? – if yes, allow the interior temperature
to recover
 Has the appliance door been opened frequently? –
if yes, allow the interior temperature to recover
The appliance is making a noise:
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Refer to Normal Operating Sounds, section 3.4.
Ensure that the appliance has been installed
correctly (see section 1).
If after the above checks there is still a fault please contact
your retailer.
Important Note:
This appliance is marked according to the European
directive 2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic
Equipment (WEEE). By ensuring this product is
disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential
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negative consequences for the environment and human
health, which could otherwise be caused by
inappropriate waste handling of this product.
The symbol on the product, or on the documents
accompanying the product, the Crossed Out Wheelie Bin,
indicates that this appliance may not be treated as
household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the
applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical
and electronic equipment.
Disposal must be carried out in accordance with
local environmental regulations for waste disposal.
For more detailed information about treatment,
recovery and recycling of this product, please
contact your local authority, your household waste
disposal service or the retailer where you
purchased the product.
We continuously try to improve our products for the benefit of
our customers. For this reason we reserve the right to make
changes to any product at any time, without notice
Section 5. Warning
1. If the power cable is damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons
in order to avoid a hazard.
2. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play
with the appliance.
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3. "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 supervision or instruction concerning
use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
4. Do not store plosive substances such as aerosol cans with a
flammable propellant in the appliance.
5. This appliance is intended to be used in households but is not
intended to be used in applications such as:
 staff kitchen areas in shops, offices and other
working environment;
 farm houses and by clients, motels and other
residential type environment;
 bed and breakfast type environments;
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catering and similar non-retail appliances.
6. When disposal of the appliance, it must be done by the
manufacturer or its service agent or a similarly qualified
person in order to avoid fire and other hazard.
7. - WARNING:
 Keep ventilation openings, in the appliance
enclosure or in the built-in structure, clear of
obstruction.
 WARNING: Do not use mechanical devices or
other means to accelerate the defrosting
process, other than those recommended by the
manufacturer.
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WARNING: Do not damage the refrigerant circuit.
WARNING: Do not use electrical appliance inside
the food storage compartments of the appliance,
unless they are of the type recommended by the
manufacturer.
Correct Disposal of this product
This marking indicates that this product should
not be disposed with other household wastes
throughout the EU. To prevent possible harm
to the environment or human health from
uncontrolled waste disposal, recycle it
responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse
of material resources. To return your used
device, please use the return and collection
systems or contact the retailer where the
product was purchased. They can take this
product for environmental safe recycling.
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