Operating instructions 031117 7086090 - 02

Operating instructions
Combined fridge-freezer
031117
7086090 - 02
CP(ef)/ CN(ef/bs) ... C
Appliance at a glance
1 Appliance at a glance
Contents
1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
Appliance at a glance............................................
Overview of the appliance and its equipment...........
Appliance range of use.............................................
Conformity................................................................
Product data.............................................................
External dimensions of the appliance.......................
Saving energy..........................................................
Example of contents arrangement............................
Smart device............................................................
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2
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
2
General safety information...................................
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3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
Controls and displays...........................................
Home screen............................................................
Operating structure...................................................
Navigation................................................................
Display symbols.......................................................
Appliance options.....................................................
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5
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6
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6
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4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
Putting into operation............................................
Transporting the appliance.......................................
Installing the appliance.............................................
Reversing the door...................................................
Insertion into a row of kitchen units...........................
Disposing of packaging............................................
Connecting the appliance.........................................
Switching on the appliance.......................................
Inserting the FreshAir filter. ......................................
Setting the clean ventilation grid timer......................
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6
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7
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14
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5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
Control....................................................................
Changing the temperature unit.................................
Child proofing...........................................................
Sabbath Mode..........................................................
Refrigerator compartment........................................
Freezer compartment...............................................
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15
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15
15
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6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
Maintenance...........................................................
Change the FreshAir filter.........................................
Manual defrosting.....................................................
Defrosting with NoFrost............................................
Cleaning the ventilation grid.....................................
Cleaning the appliance.............................................
Cleaning the IceMaker..............................................
Customer service.....................................................
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Malfunctions........................................................... 23
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Messages................................................................ 24
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9.1
9.2
Decommissioning.................................................. 25
Switching the appliance off....................................... 25
Taking the appliance out of service........................... 25
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Disposing of the appliance................................... 25
The manufacturer works constantly on the further development
of all the types and models. Therefore please understand that
we have to reserve the right to make design, equipment and
technical modifications.
To get to know all the benefits of your new appliance, please
read the information contained in these instructions carefully.
The instructions apply to several models. Differences may
occur. Text relating only to specific appliances is marked with
an asterisk (*).
Instructions for action are marked with a
action are marked with a .
, the results of
1.1 Overview of the appliance and its
equipment
Fig. 1
(1) Operating and control
elements
(2) Internal LED light
(3) Can rack
(4) Coldest zone
(5) Bottle holder
(6) Bottle shelf
(7) Humidity adjustment
plate
(8) Freezer compartment
(9) Ventilation grid
(10) Adjusting feet
(11) Front transport handles,
rear transport castors
(12) Model plate
(13) Variospace
(14) IceMaker*
(15) BioCool box, controllable
(16) Shelf
(17) Water tank*
(18) Bottle shelf
(19) Shelf, can be split
(20) Fan, with holder for fresh
air filter
(21) Rear transport handles
Note
u Shelves, drawers and baskets are arranged for optimum
energy efficiency on delivery.
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* Depending on model and options
Appliance at a glance
1.2 Appliance range of use
Intended use
The appliance is only suitable for refrigerating
food in a domestic or domestic-like environment. This includes, for example, using
- in staff kitchens, bed and breakfast establishments,
- by guests in country houses, hotels, motels
and other accommodation,
- for catering and similar services in the wholesale trade.
All other types of use are not permitted.
Foreseeable misuse
The following applications are expressly
forbidden:
- Storing and refrigerating medicines, blood
plasma, laboratory preparations or similar
substances and products based on the
Medical Device Directive 2007/47/EC
- Use in areas at risk of explosions
- Use on moving substrates, such as ships, rail
travel or aeroplanes
- Storing live animals
Misusing the appliance may lead to damage to
the goods stored or they may spoil.
Climate classifications
Depending on the climate classification the
appliance is designed to operate in restricted
ambient temperatures. The climate classification applying to your appliance is printed on the
rating plate.
Note
uKeep to the specified ambient temperatures
in order to guarantee that the appliance works
properly.
Climate classification
for ambient temperatures of
SN
10 °C to 32 °C
N
16 °C to 32 °C
ST
16 °C to 38 °C
T
16 °C to 43 °C
1.3 Conformity
The refrigerant circuit has been tested for leaks. This appliance
complies with the applicable safety stipulations and with directives 2014/35/EU, 2014/30/EU, 2009/125/EG, 2011/65/EU and
2010/30/EU.
1.4 Product data
Product data is included with the appliance, as per Directive
(EU) 2017/1369. The complete product data sheet is available
on the Liebherr website under Downloads.
* Depending on model and options
1.5 External dimensions of the appliance
Fig. 2
Model
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h [°]
[mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm] [mm]
CN(ef)
37..
600
1650 600 x 665 x 709 x 1185
x
CN(ef/
bs)
43.. /
CP(ef)
43..
1850
CN(ef)
48.. /
CP(ef)
48..
2010
CN(ef)
57..
700
871
115
1275 1015
x
x If wall spacers are used, the dimensions increase by 15 mm
(see 4.2) .
Dimensions when the door is open apply to an opening angle
of 115 °. Clearance dimensions vary according to the opening
angle.
1.6 Saving energy
- Pay attention to good ventilation. Do not cover ventilation
holes or grids.
- Always keep the fan air slits clear.
- Do not install the appliance in direct sunlight, next to an
oven, radiator or similar.
- Energy consumption is dependent on the installation conditions, e.g. ambient temperature (see 1.2) . If the ambient
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General safety information
-
temperature deviates from the standard temperature of
25°C, the energy consumption may differ.
Open the appliance for as short a time as possible.
The lower the temperature is set the higher the energy
consumption.
Sort food before arranging (see Appliance at a glance).
Store all food well packaged and covered. A build up of frost
is avoided.
Only take food out for as long as necessary so that it doesn’t
warm up too much.
Inserting warm food: allow to cool down to room temperature
first.
Thaw frozen food in the refrigerator.
If there is a thick layer of frost in the appliance: defrost the
appliance.*
1.7 Example of contents arrangement
Fig. 3
1.8 Smart device
The appliance is ready for integration into a smart
home and for extended services. Other options can
be selected with a SmartDeviceBox. This is activated via the MyLiebherr customer portal.
You will find more information about availability and pre-requisites and the individual options on the website www.smartdevice.liebherr.com.
2 General safety information
Danger for the user:
- This device can be used by children and
people with impaired physical, sensory or
mental abilities or with a lack of experience
and knowledge provided that they are supervised or have received instruction in the safe
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use of this device, and about the resulting
hazards. Children must not play with this
appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance
work must not be carried out by children
without adult supervision. Children aged
between 3 and 8 are allowed to load and
unload the appliance. Children below the age
of 3 must be kept away from the appliance
unless they are under continuous adult supervision.
- When disconnecting the appliance from the
supply, always take hold of the plug. Do not
pull the cable.
- In the event of a fault pull out the mains plug
or deactivate the fuse.
- Do not damage the mains power cable. Do
not operate the appliance with a defective
mains power cable.
- Only customer service or other specially
trained staff may repair or perform other operations on the appliance.
- Only assemble, connect and dispose of the
appliance according to the instructions.
- Please keep these instructions in a safe place
and pass them on to any subsequent owners.
- All repairs to and intervention in the IceMaker
may be carried out only by service personnel
or by other skilled personnel trained for the
purpose.*
- Special lights, such as LED lights on the
appliance, are used to illuminate the interior
of the appliance and are not suitable for room
lighting.
Fire hazard:
- Refrigerant R 600a is environmentally friendly,
but flammable. Leaking refrigerant may ignite.
• Do not damage the refrigerant circuit pipes.
• Do not use an open flame or other source
of ignition inside the appliance.
• Do not use electrical appliances inside the
appliance (e.g. steam cleaners, heaters, ice
cream makers, etc.).
• If the refrigerant leaks: remove any naked
flames or ignition sources from the vicinity
of the leakage point. Properly air the room.
Inform customer services.
- Do not store explosives or sprays using
combustible propellants such as butane,
propane, pentane, etc. in the appliance. To
identify these spray cans, look for the list of
contents printed on the can, or a flame
symbol. Gases possibly escaping may ignite
due to electrical components.
- Keep burning candles, lamps and other items
with naked flames away from the appliance so
that they do not set the appliance on fire.
* Depending on model and options
Controls and displays
- Please be sure to store alcoholic drinks or
3 Controls and displays
other packaging containing alcohol in tightly
closed containers. Any alcohol that leaks out 3.1 Home screen
may be ignited by electrical components.
Danger of tipping and falling:
- Do not misuse the plinth, drawers, doors etc.
as a step or for support. This applies particularly to children.
Danger of food poisoning:
- Do not consume food which has been stored
too long.
Danger of frostbite, numbness and pain:
Fig. 4
(1) Fridge compartment
(3) Menu field
- Avoid lasting skin contact with cold surfaces
field
or refrigerated/frozen food or take protective (2) Freezer compartment
(4) Screen
steps, e.g. wear gloves. Do not consume ice
field
cream, water ice or ice cubes immediately The home screen is the first screen the user sees. All settings
can be made from there.
and do not consume them too cold.
All functions can be called up by touching the screen and
Danger of injury and damage:
values can be changed.
- Hot steam can lead to injury. Do not use electrical heating or steam cleaning equipment, 3.2 Operating structure
open flames or defrosting sprays to defrost.
Fridge compartment field
- Do not use sharp implements to remove the
ice.
Danger of crushing:
- Do not hold the hinge when opening and
closing the door. Fingers may get caught.
Fig. 5
(1)
Fridge
compartment
(2)
Fridge compartment
Symbols on the appliance:
symbol
temperature display
The symbol can be located on the compressor. It
refers to the oil in the compressor and indicates
the following danger: Swallowing or inhaling can
be fatal. This is only relevant for recycling. There
is no danger in normal operation.
Please observe the specific information in
the other sections:
DANGER
identifies a situation involving direct
danger which, if not obviated, may
result in death or severe bodily
injury.
WARNING
identifies a dangerous situation
which, if not obviated, may result in
death or severe bodily injury.
CAUTION
identifies a dangerous situation
which, if not obviated, may result in
minor or medium bodily injury.
NOTICE
Note
identifies a dangerous situation
which, if not obviated, may result in
damage to property.
identifies useful information and tips.
* Depending on model and options
The fridge compartment temperature is displayed in the fridge
compartment field.
The following settings can be entered:
- Temperature settings
- Switching the fridge compartment on and off
Freezer compartment field
Fig. 6
(1) Freezer compartment
(2) Freezer compartment
symbol
temperature display
The freezer compartment temperature is displayed in the
freezer compartment field.
The following settings can be entered:
- Temperature settings
- Switch appliance on/off
The fridge compartment is also turned off when the freezer
compartment is turned off.
Menu field
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Putting into operation
3.4 Display symbols
Display symbols provide information on the current appliance
status:
Up arrows:
The temperature increases.
Down arrows:
Fig. 7
The temperature reduces.
(1) Main menu
(2) Option selected
The menu field gives access to the appliance options and
settings. Selected options are also displayed.
Standby:
The appliance or temperature zone is
switched off.
3.3 Navigation
Messages:
Touch the menu to access the individual options. An audible
signal sounds after confirming an option or a setting. The
display switches to the home screen.
The appliance is operated using the following symbols:
Standby:
Switches the appliance or temperature zone on.
Menu:
There are active error messages and
reminders.
3.5 Appliance options
You can select or set the following options; explanations and
setting options, (see Control):
Symbol
Option
SuperCoolx
Calls up options.
Minus / Plus:
SuperFrostx
Changing settings (e.g. adjusting
temperatures).
Fanx
Left/right navigation arrow:
Selects options and navigates
through the menu.
SabbathMode
You can scroll through the individual
options using the navigation arrows.
The first option is displayed again
after the last one.
IceMaker*/x
Back:
Childlockx
Cancels the selection.
The display switches to the next
higher level or to the home screen
Temperature unit
OK:
Confirms the selection.
After confirmation the display
switches to the home screen.
ON / OFF, START / STOP
Starts/ stops options.
After selecting or cancelling an option
the display switches to the home
screen.
RESET:
Resets timer.
Access to customer service
Note
If no selection is made after 1 minute the display switches to
the home screen.
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If the option is selected, the relevant symbol is displayed in
the menu field.
If more than 6 selected options are selected only 4 options are
displayed in the menu field. The other options are displayed by
pressing the bottom navigation arrow. Pressing the navigation
arrow repeatedly takes you back to the home screen.
The symbol disappears if the option ends or is disabled.
x
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4.1 Transporting the appliance
CAUTION
Risk of injury and danger of damage as a result of incorrect
transport!
u Transport the appliance in a packed condition.
u Transport the appliance upright.
u Do not transport the appliance without assistance.
* Depending on model and options
Putting into operation
4.2 Installing the appliance
WARNING
Fire hazard due to dampness!
If live parts or the mains lead become damp this may cause
short circuits.
u 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.
WARNING
Risk of fire due to short circuit!
If the mains cable/connector of the appliance or of another
appliance touch the rear of the appliance, the mains cable/
connector may be damaged by the appliance vibrations,
leading to a short circuit.
u Stand the appliance so that it is not touched by connectors
or main cables.
u Do not plug the appliance or any others into sockets located
near the rear of the appliance.
WARNING
Fire hazard due to refrigerant!
The refrigerant R 600a is environmentally friendly but flammable. Escaping refrigerant may ignite.
u Do not damage the piping of the refrigeration circuit.
u Remove the protective film from the outside of the appliance.*
NOTICE
Risk of damage from stainless steel care products!
The stainless steel doors and stainless steel side panels
are treated with a premium surface finish.
Stainless steel care products attack these surfaces.
u Only use a soft, clean cloth to wipe down finished door
and side panel surfaces and painted door and side
panel surfaces. To remove heavy dirt, use a little water or
neutral detergent. Alternatively, you can use a micro-fibre
cloth.
u Remove the protective film from the decorative trims and
drawer fronts.
u Remove all transit supports.
Spacers must be used to achieve the declared energy
consumption and to prevent condensation in the event of high
surrounding humidity. This increases the appliance depth by
about 15 mm. The appliance will work perfectly well without the
spacers but will have a slightly higher energy consumption.
u If your appliance comes with wall
spacers, mount these on the
back of the appliance, bottom left
and right.
WARNING
Fire hazard and danger of damage!
u Do not place appliances emitting heat e.g. microwaves,
toasters etc. on the appliance!
WARNING
Blocked ventilation openings pose a risk of fire and damage!
u Always keep the ventilation openings clear. Always ensure
that the appliance is properly ventilated!
u Dispose of packaging material (see 4.5) .
u Align the appliance so that it
stands firmly and on a level by
applying the accompanying
spanner to the adjustableheight feet (A) and using a
spirit level.
NOTICE
Risk of damage due to condensate!
u Do not install the appliance directly alongside a further
refrigerator/freezer.
q In the event that the appliance is damaged, contact the
supplier immediately before connecting to the mains.
q The floor at the site must be flat and level.
q Do not install the appliance in a location where it is exposed
to direct radiation of the sun, next to a cooker, heater and
similar.
q Always stand the appliance backed directly to the wall using
the enclosed wall spacers (see below).
q The appliance may be moved only when it is empty.
q The surface supporting the appliance must be at the same
level as the surrounding floor.
q Do not install the appliance without assistance.
q The more refrigerant R 600a there is in the appliance, the
larger than room must be in which it is located. In rooms that
are too small, a leak can product a flammable gas/air
mixture. According to the standard EN 378, per 11 g of
refrigerant R 600a, the room where the appliance is installed
must be at least 1 m3. The quantity of refrigerant used in
your appliance is indicated on the type plate on the inside of
the appliance.
* Depending on model and options
u Then support the door: Use saddle wrench SW10 to
unscrew the base on mounting block (B) until it makes
contact with the ground, then continue turning it for a further
90°.
Note
u Clean the appliance (see 6.5) .
If the appliance is installed in a very damp environment,
condensate may form on the outside of the appliance.
u Always see to good ventilation at the installation site.
4.3 Reversing the door
If necessary, you can change the way the door opens:
Ensure that the following tools are available:
q Torx® 25 (T25)
q Torx® 15 (T15)
q Slotted screwdriver
q Saddle wrench SW10
q Spirit level
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Putting into operation
q Open-ended wrench supplied with the T25 tool
q If necessary, a cordless screwdriver
q Get a stepladder if necessary
q If necessary, a second person for assembly
4.3.1 Removing the top door
Note
u Remove any food from the door racks before removing the
door, so that no food falls out.
Fig. 8
u Open the door.
NOTICE
Risk of damage!
If the door seal is damaged, the door may fail to close properly
and the cooling will be inadequate.
u Do not damage the door seal with the screwdriver!
u Remove the outer cover. Fig. 8 (1)
u Click and release the bearing bracket cover. Remove the
bearing bracket cover. Fig. 8 (2)
u Unlatch the cover plate with a slotted screwdriver and swivel
it to one side. Fig. 8 (3)
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Fig. 9
CAUTION
Risk of injury if the door tips!
u Take good hold of the door.
u Set down the door carefully.
Carefully remove the safety cover. Fig. 9 (1)
Undo the bolt a little with a T15 screwdriver. Fig. 9 (2)
Hold the door and remove pins with your fingers. Fig. 9 (3)
Pull the bearing bush out of the guide. Insert from the other
side and click into place. Fig. 9 (4)
u Lift door and place to one side.
u
u
u
u
* Depending on model and options
Putting into operation
4.3.2 Removing the lower door
u Remove both screws with the T25 screwdriver.
u Lift and remove the mounting block.
Fig. 12
Fig. 10
CAUTION
Risk of injury if the door tips!
u Take good hold of the door.
u Set down the door carefully.
u Remove the bolts in an upward direction. Fig. 10 (1)
u Swivel the door out, pull it upwards and set it to one side.
u Release the cover and remove from the side. Fig. 12 (1)
u Rotate the cover 180° and clip onto the other side from the
right. Fig. 12 (2)
u Click the cover into place. Fig. 12 (3)
u Position the screw with a T25 screwdriver. Fig. 12 (4)
u Position the upper bearing bracket. Fig. 12 (5)
w Place the pins in the screw holes provided.
u Tighten the screw. Fig. 12 (4)
u Insert the screw with a T25 screwdriver and tighten.
Fig. 12 (6)
4.3.4 Changing the middle storage sections
Fig. 10 (2)
4.3.3 Changing the upper storage parts
Fig. 11
* Depending on model and options
Fig. 13
u Remove the disc. Fig. 13 (1)
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Putting into operation
u Remove the screws with the T25 screwdriver. Fig. 13 (2)
u Remove the cover carefully. Fig. 13 (3)
u Screw the bearing bracket and the film rotated 180° firmly
onto the other side. Fig. 13 (4)
u Attach the cover rotated 180° onto the other side. Fig. 13 (5)
u Push the disc in from the front. Fig. 13 (6)
4.3.5 Changing the lower storage parts
Fig. 14
u Lift the bearing bolts upwards and remove. Fig. 14 (1)
u Undo the screws with a T25 screwdriver and remove the
mounting block. Fig. 14 (2)
Fig. 16
u Remove the cover and fix onto the other side. Fig. 16 (1)
u Place the bearing bracket on the other side and screw in
with the T25 screwdriver. Start with screw 2 at the bottom in
the middle. Fig. 16 (2)
u Screw in screws 3 and 4. Fig. 16 (3, 4)
u Insert the bearing bolts completely. Ensure here that the
catch mechanism points backwards. Fig. 16 (5)
4.3.6 Changing door on storage parts
Bottom door
Fig. 15
u Loosen screw using a T25 screwdriver. Fig. 15 (1)
u Lift the door closure aid and turn it 90° to the right in the
hole. Fig. 15 (2)
u Tighten screw using a T25 screwdriver. Fig. 15 (3)
Fig. 17
u Underside of door faces upwards: Turn the door.
u Push the lug downwards with a slotted screwdriver.
Fig. 17 (1)
u Pull the door latch out of the guide. Fig. 17 (2)
u Push the door latch into the guide on the other side.
Fig. 17 (3)
u Upper side of door faces upwards: Turn the door.
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* Depending on model and options
Putting into operation
Door at top
4.3.7 Changing the handles
Fig. 18
u Underside of door faces upwards: Turn the door.
u Push the lug downwards with a slotted screwdriver.
Fig. 18 (1)
u Pull the door latch out of the guide. Fig. 18 (2)
u Remove the guide bush: Press tab with Phillips screwdriver
and, at the same time, insert the Phillips screwdriver under
the guide bush. Fig. 18 (3, 4)
u Slide guide sleeve enclosed in scope of supply onto other
side of housing. Fig. 18 (5)
u Slide locking hook into guide. Fig. 18 (6)
u Upper side of door faces upwards: Turn the door.
* Depending on model and options
Fig. 19
Remove the cover. Fig. 19 (1)
Remove the screws with the T15 screwdriver. Fig. 19 (2)
Remove the handle. Fig. 19 (3)
Carefully lift up the plugs and remove them with a slotted
screwdriver. Fig. 19 (4)
u Insert the plugs again on the other side. Fig. 19 (5)
u
u
u
u
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Putting into operation
u Carefully lift up the plugs and remove them with a slotted
screwdriver. Fig. 21 (1)
u Insert the plugs again on the other side of the door.
Fig. 21 (2)
u Position the door from above onto the lower bearing bolts.
Fig. 21 (3)
u Insert the middle bearing bolt through the middle bearing
bracket into the lower door. Ensure here that the catch
mechanism points backwards. Fig. 21 (4)
4.3.9 Fit upper door
u
w
u
u
w
Fig. 20
Position the handle on the other side. Fig. 20 (1)
The screw holes must be exactly above each other.
Tighten the screws with the T15 screwdriver. Fig. 20 (2)
Position the covers on the side and push in. Fig. 20 (3)
Ensure that it clicks into place.
4.3.8 Fitting the bottom door
Fig. 22
Place the upper door onto the middle bearing bolt.
Align top of door with aperture in mounting block. Fig. 22 (1)
Insert the bolt and tighten with a T15 screwdriver. Fig. 22 (2)
Fit protective cover to protect the door: Insert the protective
cover and check that it is attached to the door. If not, insert
the bolt fully. Fig. 22 (3)
u Insert the plugs. Fig. 22 (4)
u
u
u
u
4.3.10 Aligning the doors
WARNING
Risk of injury due to the door dropping out!
If the bearing parts are not screwed into place firmly enough,
the door may drop out. This may lead to severe injuries. What is
more, the door may not close and therefore the appliance may
fail to cool properly.
u Screw the turn hinges firmly into place with 4 Nm.
u Check all of the screws and retighten if necessary.
u If necessary align the door over the two slotted holes in the
bottom bearing bracket and the middle bearing bracket so
that it is flush with the appliance housing. To do this undo the
middle screw in the bottom bearing bracket with the T25 tool
supplied. Undo the remaining screws a little with the T25
tool or with a T25 screwdriver and align over the slotted
holes. Undo the screws in the middle bearing bracket with
the T25 tool and align the middle bearing bracket over the
slotted holes.
u Support the door: Use saddle wrench SW10 to unscrew and
remove the base on the mounting block until it makes
contact with the ground, then continue turning it for a further
90°.
Fig. 21
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* Depending on model and options
Putting into operation
4.3.11 Fit the covers
Fig. 23
The door is open 90°.
u Put the mounting block cover on and click into place. If
necessary push apart carefully. Fig. 23 (1)
u Position the cover plate on the side and click into place.
Fig. 23 (2)
Fig. 24
u Push the external cover on. Fig. 24 (1)
u Close the upper door. Fig. 24 (2)
4.4 Insertion into a row of kitchen units
x If wall spacers are used, the dimensions increase by 15 mm
(see 4.2) .
The dimensions apply for an opening angle of 90 °. Spacing
angles will vary according to the opening angle.
The appliance can be built into kitchen units. A top cupboard
Fig. 25 (2) can be added above the appliance in order to bring
the appliance Fig. 25 (1) up to the height of the fitted kitchen
units.
The appliance can be installed right next to the kitchen cabinet
Fig. 25 (3). The appliance must stick out by the depth
Fig. 25 (B) from the front of the cabinet so that the doors can be
opened fully. The appliance may protrude further depending on
the depth of the kitchen cabinets and whether wall spacers are
used.
NOTICE
Danger of overheating due to insufficient air ventilation!
The compressor may be damaged if there is insufficient air
ventilation.
u Take care to ensure adequate air ventilation.
u Observe the ventilation requirements.
Ventilation requirements:
- Spacer ribs on the back of the appliance provide sufficient
air ventilation. In the final appliance position, these must not
be placed in recesses or cut-outs.
- There must be a ventilation shaft with the depth Fig. 25 (D)
at the back of the top cupboard over the entire width of the
cupboard.
- The ventilation shaft Fig. 25 (C) must be observed under the
ceiling.
- the larger the ventilation space, the more energy-saving the
appliance is in operation.
If the appliance is installed with the hinges next to a wall
Fig. 25 (4) the distance Fig. 25 (E) between the appliance and
the wall must be observed. This is how far the handle protrudes
when the door is open.
4.5 Disposing of packaging
WARNING
Danger of suffocation due to packing material and plastic film!
u Do not allow children to play with packing material.
The packaging is made of recyclable materials:
corrugated board/cardboard
expanded polystyrene parts
polythene bags and sheets
polypropylene straps
nailed wooden frame with polyethylene panel*
u Take the packaging material to an official collecting point.
-
4.6 Connecting the appliance
WARNING
Failure to connect properly
Fire hazard.
u Do not use an extension cable.
u Do not use distributor blocks.
Fig. 25
A [mm]
B [mm]
C [cm2]
D [mm]
E [mm]
665
65
Min. 300
Min. 50
Min. 46
x
* Depending on model and options
NOTICE
Failure to connect properly
Damage to the electronics.
u Do not use a standalone inverter.
u Do not use an energy saving plug.
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Putting into operation
Note
Only use the power connection lead supplied.
u A longer power connection lead can be ordered from
Customer Service.
u Press the Standby symbol in the freezer compartment field
or the fridge compartment field.
w The appliance is switched on.
w The appliance is set to the displayed temperatures. This is
shown by down arrows.
If the screen is black:
u Touch the screen.
w The standby symbol appears on the whole screen.
u Press the standby symbol.
w The appliance is switched on. The display switches to the
home screen.
w The appliance is set to the displayed temperatures. This is
shown by down arrows.
4.7.2 Switching the fridge compartment on
Fig. 26
For 600 mm wide appliances:
a
b
c
d
G
~ 1800 mm ~ 1400 mm ~ 2100 mm ~ 200 mm Appliance
plugs
For 700 mm wide appliances:
a
b
c
d
G
~ 1750 mm ~ 1350 mm ~ 2100 mm ~ 200 mm Appliance
plugs
The standby symbol is displayed in the fridge compartment
field.
u Press the standby symbol in the fridge compartment field.
w The fridge compartment is switched on.
w The fridge compartment is set to the displayed temperature.
This is shown by down arrows.
4.8 Inserting the FreshAir filter.
The supplied FreshAir filter can be used for optimum air quality.
The intake is located at the top of the appliance, (see Appliance
at a glance)
u Remove cover.
Ensure that the following conditions are met:
- The type of current and voltage at the installation site correspond to the information on the model plate (see Appliance
at a glance).
- The socket is earthed according to the regulations and
fused.
- The fuse tripping current is between 10 and 16 A.
- The socket is easily accessible.
- The socket is outside the back of the appliance area in the
specified area Fig. 26 (a, b, c).
u Check the electrical connection.
u Insert the appliance plug Fig. 26 (G) into the back of the
appliance. Ensure that it clicks into place.
u Connect the power plug to the power supply.
w The Liebherr logo appears on the screen.
w The display switches to the standby symbol.
4.7 Switching on the appliance
Note
If the appliance is in demo mode, DEMO appears on the homescreen.
u Disable demo mode (see Malfunction).
Note
The manufacturer recommends:
u Store frozen produce at -18 °C or colder.
Connect and switch on appliance approx. 2 hours before
loading for the first time.
4.7.1 Switch on appliance
If the standby symbol is displayed over the whole screen:
u Press the standby symbol.
w The appliance is switched on. The display switches to the
home screen.
w The appliance is set to the displayed temperatures. This is
shown by down arrows.
If the standby symbol is displayed in the fridge compartment and the freezer compartment fields:
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Fig. 27
u FreshAir-Insert the filter in the cover and turn it clockwise.
u Ensure that the filter clicks into place.
u Replace the cover again.
Setting the timer
u Press menu.
u Press the navigation arrows until the FreshAir filter is
displayed.
u Press the FreshAir filter symbol.
u Press ON.
w The timer is set. After the interval has expired a message
prompts you to change the FreshAir filter.
4.9 Setting the clean ventilation grid
timer
The ventilation grid must be cleaned at least once a year for
sufficient ventilation. The timer can be set as a reminder.
u Press menu.
* Depending on model and options
Control
u Press the navigation arrows until the ventilation grid
is displayed.
u Press the ventilation grid symbol.
u Press ON.
w The timer is set. After the interval has expired a message
prompts you to clean the ventilation grid.
5 Control
- The IceMaker does not work.*
- No audible signals are emitted and the temperature display
does not indicate any warnings or settings (such as a
temperature alarm or door alarm).
- The internal light is off.
5.3.1 Switching SabbathMode on.
The temperature display can be switched from °C to °F.
u Press menu.
u Press the navigation arrow until °C is displayed.
u Press °F.
w The temperature is displayed in °F.
u Press menu.
u Press the navigation arrow until SabbathMode is
displayed.
u Press ON.
w SabbathMode is switched on. Only the SabbathMode
symbol appears on the screen.
SabbathMode switches off automatically after 120 hours if it
has not already been switched off manually. The display
switches to the home screen.
Switch from °F to °C in the same way.
5.3.2 Switch off the SabbathMode
5.2 Child proofing
u Touch the screen.
u Press OFF.
w SabbathMode is switched off.
5.1 Changing the temperature unit
The child-proofing function enables you to make
sure that the appliance is not inadvertently
switched off by playing children.
5.2.1 Switching on the child safety device
u Press menu.
u Press the navigation arrows until the child safety
device is displayed.
u Press ON.
w The child safety device is switched on.
5.2.2 Switching the child safety device off
u Press menu.
u Press the navigation arrows until the child safety
device is displayed.
u Press OFF.
w The child safety device is switched off.
5.3 Sabbath Mode
This function meets the religious requirements on the Sabbath
or Jewish feast days. When Sabbath mode is on some of the
electronic control functions are switched off. After setting
Sabbath mode you no longer need to worry about indicator
lamps, figures, symbols, displays, alarm messages and fans.
The thawing cycle only works for the specified time without
taking account of fridge use. After a power cut the appliance
automatically switches back to Sabbath mode.
There is a list of Star-K certified appliances at www.star-k.org/
appliances.
WARNING
Danger of food poisoning.
If a power cut occurs when Sabbath mode is enabled, this
message is not saved. Once the power is restored the appliance continues to work in Sabbath mode. When this mode is
over no message about the power cut is displayed on the
temperature display.
If a power cut occurred during Sabbath mode:
u Check the food for quality. Do not eat the food if it has
thawed.
5.4 Refrigerator compartment
The natural circulation of air in the refrigerator compartment
results in zones differing in temperature. It is coldest directly
above the vegetable drawers and at the rear wall. It is warmest
at the top front of the compartment and in the door.
5.4.1 Food refrigeration
Note
The energy consumption increases and the cooling performance decreases if the ventilation is inadequate.
u Always keep the air slits of the fan free.
u Store perishable food such as ready-to-serve dishes, meat
products and sausages in the coldest zone. Place butter and
preserves in the upper area and in the door (see Appliance
at a glance).
u Use recyclable plastic, metal, aluminium and glass
containers and cling film for wrapping.
u Always store liquids and food which is subject to odour or
taste transfer in closed containers or cover them.
u Use the front area of the refrigerator compartment floor only
for briefly putting down cooled products, e.g. when rearranging and sorting. However do not leave cooled products
there otherwise they may be pushed back or tipped over
when the door is closed.
u Do not store food too close together to enable good air
circulation.
5.4.2 Setting the temperature
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 food
The temperature can be set from 9 °C to 1 °C.
Recommended temperature setting: 5 °C
u Press the fridge compartment field.
w The following screen is displayed:
- All functions are blocked until Sabbath mode is switched off.
- If functions such as SuperFrost, SuperCool, ventilation etc.
are selected when Sabbath mode is switched on they
remain switched on.
* Depending on model and options
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Control
Fig. 28
Setting a higher temperature:
u Press plus.
Setting a lower temperature:
u Press minus.
The minus symbol is greyed out when the coldest temperature
is selected.
The plus symbol is greyed out if it is pressed again after
selecting the hottest temperature. The standby symbol is
displayed on the screen.
u Confirm the required temperature with OK.
w The display switches to the home screen.
w The selected temperature is displayed.
w Up or down arrows indicate the change in temperature. The
arrows are greyed out when the target temperature is
reached.
5.4.3 SuperCool
With SuperCool you switch to the highest
cooling performance to reach lower cooling
temperatures. Use SuperCool, to rapidly cool
large amounts of food.
When SuperCool is activated, the fan* may run. The appliance
operates with maximum cooling performance, which means
that the noise of the refrigeration unit may be temporarily
louder.
The SuperCool function uses slightly more energy.
Switching on SuperCool
u Press menu.
u Press the navigation arrow until SuperCool is
displayed.
u Press the SuperCool symbol.
w The following screen is displayed:
Fig. 29
The running time can be set to four levels.
Setting the running time:
u Press plus or minus.
The minus symbol is greyed out when the lowest level is
selected.
The plus symbol is greyed out when the highest level is
selected.
u Confirm the required running time with START.
w The display switches to the home screen.
w SuperCool is selected.
w The remaining running time and the SuperCool
symbol are displayed in the fridge compartment field.
w The lowered temperature is shown by the down
arrows.
w After the remaining running time has elapsed the
appliance returns to normal mode. The temperature is
set to the preset value again. Up arrows show the
temperature increase.
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Switching SuperCool off ahead of schedule
u Press menu.
u Press the navigation arrow until SuperCool and the
remaining running time are displayed.
u Press on the remaining running time.
u Press STOP.
w SuperCool is switched off.
w The temperature is set to the preset value again. Up arrows
show the temperature increase.
5.4.4 Fan
With the fan you can rapidly cool large quantities of fresh food or achieve a relatively even
distribution of temperature across all the
storage levels.
The forced-air cooling is to be recommended:
- at high room temperature (above33 °C )
- at high humidity
The forced-air cooling uses slightly more energy. To save
energy, the fan switches off automatically when the door is
open.
Switching on the fan
u Press menu.
u Press the navigation arrows until the fan is
displayed.
u Press ON.
w The fan is switched on.
To switch off the fan
u Press menu.
u Press the navigation arrows until the fan is
displayed.
u Press OFF.
w The fan is switched off.
5.4.5 Shelves
Moving or removing shelves
The shelves have stops preventing them from being unintentionally pulled out.
Fig. 30
u Lift the shelf slightly and pull forward a little.
u Adjust the height of the shelf. To do so, push the cut-outs
along the supports.
u In order to remove the shelf fully, place it at a slant and pull
out towards the front.
u Insert shelf with the raised edge pointing upwards at the
back.
w The food does not freeze onto the rear wall.
Do not store any goods on the humidity regulation plate of the
bottom shelf.
Dismantling shelves
u The shelves can be
dismantled for cleaning.
* Depending on model and options
Control
5.4.6 Using the sectioned shelf
u
u
Low humidity: Move
the slide control to the left.
High humidity:
Move the slide control to
the right.
Removing the BioCoolbox
For 600 mm wide appliances:*
u
u
u
w
Fig. 31
Adjusting the height:
Pull the glass plates out forwards one by one.
Remove the support from the catch mechanism and click
into place at the required height.
Using both shelves:
Lift the top glass plate and pull the bottom glass plate
forwards.
The glass plate (1) with the pull out stops must be at the
front so that the stops (3) point downward.
5.4.7 Door racks
Fig. 34 *
u BioCool box and roller plates can be removed for cleaning.*
For 700 mm wide appliances:*
Moving the storage rack
Fig. 35 *
u Pull out the drawer, lift it at the back and remove it from the
front.*
u Slide the rails in.*
Fig. 32
Dismantling door racks
Fig. 36 *
u When sliding in the drawer, place it on the rails and slide
inwards until you hear it click into place at the back.*
u BioCool box can be removed for cleaning.*
5.5 Freezer compartment
Fig. 33
u The door racks can be dismantled for cleaning.
5.4.8 Using the bottle holder
u To avoid the bottles tipping
over, push the bottle holder
along.
5.4.9 BioCool box
You can store frozen food, make ice cubes and freeze fresh
food in the freezer compartment.
5.5.1 Freezing food
The rating plate indicates the maximum quantity of fresh food
you can freeze within 24 hours (see Appliance at a glance)
under “Freezing capacity ... kg/24h”.
Each drawer can hold a max. of 25 kg of frozen food.
For 600 mm wide appliances:
The shelves can each be loaded with 35 kg of frozen food.*
For 700 mm wide appliances:
The shelves can each be loaded with 55 kg of frozen food.*
A vacuum is generated after the door is closed. After closing
the door, wait for about 1 minute and then it opens more easily.
Controlling humidity
* Depending on model and options
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Control
CAUTION
Risk of injury due to broken glass!
Bottles and cans containing drinks may burst when being
frozen. This applies particularly to sparkling drinks.
u Do not freeze bottles and cans containing drinks!
In order that the food is rapidly frozen through to the core, do
not exceed the following quantities per pack:
- Fruit, vegetables up to 1 kg
- Meat up to 2.5 kg
u Pack the food in portions in freezer bags, reusable plastic,
metal or aluminium containers.
5.5.2 Storage life
Standard values for the storage life of various types of
food in the freezer compartment:
Ice-cream
2 to 6 months
Sausage, ham
2 to 6 months
Bread, bakery products
2 to 6 months
Game, pork
6 to 10 months
Fatty fish
2 to 6 months
Lean fish
6 to 12 months
Cheese
2 to 6 months
Poultry, beef
6 to 12 months
Vegetables, fruit
6 to 12 months
The values indicated for storage life are standard ones.
5.5.3 Thawing food
u
in the refrigerator compartment
in a microwave oven
in a conventional or fan oven
at room temperature
Remove only as much food as is required. Use thawed food
as quickly as possible.
u Food once thawed should be re-frozen only in exceptional
cases.
5.5.4 Setting the temperature
The temperature depends on the following factors:
- the amount of times the door is opened
- the room temperature of the installation site
- the type, temperature and amount of food
The temperature can be set from -26 °C to -16 °C.
Recommended temperature setting: -18 °C
u Press the freezer compartment field.
w The following screen is displayed:
Fig. 37
Setting a higher temperature:
u Press plus.
Setting a lower temperature:
u Press minus.
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The minus symbol is greyed out when the coldest temperature
is selected.
The plus symbol is greyed out if it is pressed again after
selecting the hottest temperature. The standby symbol is
displayed on the screen.
u Confirm the required temperature with OK.
w The display switches to the home screen.
w The selected temperature is displayed.
w Up or down arrows indicate the change in temperature. The
arrows are greyed out when the target temperature is
reached.
5.5.5 SuperFrost
With this function you can freeze fresh food
quickly through to the core. The appliance
operates with maximum refrigeration. The
noise of the refrigeration unit may be temporarily louder as a result.
In addition, frozen food already in storage is given a “cold
reserve”. The food stays frozen longer as a result when you
defrost the appliance.*
The maximum amount of fresh food which can be frozen in 24 h
is indicated on the type plate under “freezing capacity ... kg/
24h”. This amount varies according to the model and climate
rating.
You have to activate SuperFrost in good time, depending on
how much fresh food is to be frozen: about 6 hours before
placing the food inside in case of small amounts and about 24
hours in advance in case of the maximum amount of food to be
frozen.
Wrap produce and spread it out as far as possible. Do not allow
produce to be frozen to touch produce that is already frozen to
prevent the latter thawing.
You do not have to activate SuperFrost in the following cases:
- when placing frozen food in the freezer
- when freezing up to approx. 1 kg fresh food daily
Switching SuperFrost on.
u Press menu.
u Press the navigation arrow until SuperFrost is
displayed.
u Press ON.
w SuperFrost is switched on.
w The freezer temperature goes down and the appliance works at maximum cooling capacity.
If there is a small amount of frozen food:
u wait about 6 hours.
u Appliance with NoFrost: Put packaged food into the top
drawers.
u Appliance without NoFrost: Put packaged food into the
bottom drawers.
With the maximum amount of frozen food (see model plate):
u wait about 24 hours.
u Appliance with NoFrost: Remove the top drawers and place
the food directly on the top shelves.
u Appliance without NoFrost: Remove the bottom drawer and
place the food directly in the appliance so that it is in contact
with the floor or side walls.
w SuperFrost switches itself off automatically after about 65
hours.
w The SuperFrost symbol is greyed out.
u Put the food in the drawers and close them again.
w The appliance works in normal mode again.
Switching off SuperFrost
u Press menu.
u Press the navigation arrow until SuperFrost is
displayed.
u Press OFF.
w SuperFrost is switched off.
* Depending on model and options
Control
5.5.6 Drawers
Note
The energy consumption increases and the cooling performance reduces if the air ventilation is insufficient.
u Ensure that the air slits of the fan on the rear wall are always
kept free!
If large quantities of ice cubes are needed, the complete
IceMaker drawer can be exchanged for the adjacent drawer.
When the drawer is closed, the IceMaker automatically recommences production.
Once the IceMaker has been switched on for the first time, it
may take up to 24 hours until the first ice cubes are produced.
Note
When the appliance is used for the first time and if it has been
out of use for a long time, particles may collect in the IceMaker
and/or water conduit.
u Do not use or consume ice cubes that have been made 24
hours after the first ice cubes are made.
Filling the water tank*
u To store frozen food directly on the shelves: pull the drawer
forwards and lift it out.
5.5.7 Shelves
u To remove the shelf: lift up at
the front and pull out.
u To put the shelf back: simply
push in as far as it will go.
WARNING
Risk of poisoning!
u The water quality must comply with the drinking water regulations of the respective country in which the appliance is
operating (e.g. 98/83/EC, NSF 61).
u Only fill with drinking water.
u The IceMaker is solely intended to produce ice cubes in
quantities customary for household use and must be operated using water appropriate for this purpose.
u If the IceMaker is switched off or not used for a longer period
of time, empty the water tank.
NOTICE
5.5.8 VarioSpace
Apart from being able to
remove the drawers, you can
also remove the shelves,
creating space for large items
of frozen food. Poultry, meat,
large pieces of game and high
bakery products can be frozen
in one piece and prepared.
Each drawer can hold a max. of 25 kg of frozen food.
For 600 mm wide appliances:
u The shelves can each be loaded with 35 kg of frozen food.*
For 700 mm wide appliances:
u The shelves can each be loaded with 55 kg of frozen food.*
5.5.9 IceMaker*
The IceMaker produces ice cubes using the water container
located in the refrigerator compartment. The water container
can also be used to provide chilled drinking water.
The IceMaker is located in the top drawer of the freezer on the
left-hand side.
Risk of damage to the IceMaker!
Liquids containing sugar, such as soft drinks, fruit juices or
similar, gum up the pump and therefore lead to total pump
failure and, as a consequence, to damage to the IceMaker.
u Fill the water tank with cold drinking water only! Do not use
liquids containing sugar, such as soft drinks, fruit juices or
similar!
Note
The use of filtered, de-carbonated water ensures the supply of
drinking water with top quality flavour for problem-free ice cube
production.
You can achieve this water quality by using a table-top water
filter available from specialist shops.
u Use only filtered, de-carbonated water to fill the water tank.
The IceMaker is supplied with water from a water tank in the
refrigerator compartment (see Appliance at a glance).
Before initial operation:
u clean the water tank thoroughly with water to remove any
dust etc.
Make certain that the following conditions are met:
- The appliance is level.
- The appliance is connected.
- The water tank was cleaned with water and is filled.
Producing ice cubes*
The production capacity depends on the freezer temperature.
The lower the temperature, the more ice cubes can be
produced in a specific period.
The ice cubes drop from the IceMaker into the drawer. When a
certain filling level has been reached, no further ice cubes are
produced. The IceMaker does not fill the drawer right up to the
brim.
Distribute the ice cubes evenly in the drawer to increase the
capacity.
* Depending on model and options
Fig. 38
u Pull the water tank forwards.
u Remove cover and fill tank with water.
u Replace the lid, put the filled water tank back into the holder
and push it right to the back.
Note
u The water reservoir has to be slid all the way into the bracket
provided for the purpose in the refrigerator compartment!
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Maintenance
Switch the IceMaker on.*
u Press Menu.
u Press the navigation arrows until the IceMaker is
displayed.
u Press the IceMaker symbol.
u Press ON.
w The IceMaker is switched on.
Note
u The IceMaker only makes ice cubes when the drawer is
completely closed.
Flushing
Flushing function to rinse out the water pipe when used for the
first time.
Note
The water pipe can only be rinsed out if the temperature is
more than 0 °C.
u Only use the flushing option if the temperatures in the appliance are higher than 0 °C.
NOTICE
Blocked IceMaker and water outlet.
Risk of damage to the IceMaker and the drawer outlet.
u Put containers with a maximum height of 12 cm in the
drawer under the IceMaker.
Ensure that the IceMaker drawer is empty.
u Put containers with a max. height of 12 cm in the drawer
under the IceMaker.
u Press Menu.
u Press the navigation arrows until the IceMaker is
displayed.
u Press the IceMaker symbol.
u Press the navigation arrows until flushing is
displayed.
u Press ON.
w Water pipes are rinsed and at the same time
the ice cube tray ice cube tray is turned back
to the cleaning position.
u Do not operate the screen during this procedure.
Flushing function terminated: The symbol appears.
u Press OK.
u Remove the drawer and the container.
u Clean the drawer and, if necessary, remove excess water
from the drawer.
IceMaker holiday function*
The IceMaker holiday function is suitable for short phases
when no ice cubes are to be made, for example, when you are
on holiday.
Switching the IceMaker holiday function on.
The IceMaker drawer must be emptied and pushed in.
u Press menu.
u Press the navigation arrows until the IceMaker is
displayed.
u Press the IceMaker symbol.
u Press the navigation arrows until the IceMaker
holiday function is displayed.
u Press ON.
w The ice cube tray moves to the cleaning position.
The IceMaker switches to holiday function.
w The IceMaker holiday function symbol appears in
the menu area.
u Remove the drawer.
u Clean the ice cube tray and drawer with a soft cleaning cloth
and warm water. If necessary use a mild detergent. Then
rinse out.
u Push the drawer in.
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Switching the IceMaker holiday function off
NOTICE
Sickness caused by dirty ice compartment.
u After the IceMaker has been switched off for a long time,
clean the ice cube tray.
NOTICE
Rinse agent residue in the ice compartment and drawer.
Nausea or irritation of the mucous membrane.
u Remove rinse agent residue: Discard the first three batches
of ice cubes.
u Remove the drawer.
u Clean the ice cube tray and drawer with a soft cleaning cloth
and warm water. If necessary use a mild detergent. Then
rinse out.
u Push the drawer in.
u Press Menu.
u Press the navigation arrows until the IceMaker is
displayed.
u Press the IceMaker symbol.
u Press OFF.
w The ice cube tray moves to the operating position. The
IceMaker switches on.
w The IceMaker symbol appears in the menu field instead of
the IceMaker holiday function symbol.
Switching off the IceMaker*
If no ice cubes are required, the IceMaker can be switched off
independently of the freezer compartment.
When the IceMaker is switched off, the drawer of the IceMaker
can also be used for freezing and storing food.
u Cleaning the IceMaker (see 6.6) .
u Press Menu.
u Press the navigation arrows until the IceMaker is
displayed.
u Press the IceMaker symbol.
u Press OFF.
w The IceMaker is switched off.
u If necessary, food can now be frozen in the drawer up to a
maximum height of 12 cm.
6 Maintenance
6.1 Change the FreshAir filter.
The FreshAir filter guarantees optimum air quality. It should be
changed every 12 months. When the timer is set a message on
the display prompts you to change it. The FreshAir filter can be
ordered from the specialist dealer.
Change FreshAir filter is displayed.
u Press the change FreshAir filter symbol
w The display switches to the home screen.
The message can be displayed again by pressing on the menu
field until the filter has been changed and confirmed. (see 8) .
u Remove cover.
Fig. 39
* Depending on model and options
Maintenance
u If possible, put the frozen goods in the freezer drawer,
wrapped in newspaper or a blanket, and store in a cool
place.
u Place a pan with hot, not boiling
water on a middle shelf.
Fig. 40
u Remove the FreshAir filter.
u Insert the new filter in the reverse order.
u Ensure that the filter clicks into place.
u Replace the cover again.
Confirming the filter change
u Press menu.
u Press the navigation arrows until the FreshAir filter is
displayed.
u Press the FreshAir filter symbol.
u Press the navigation arrows until change FreshAir
filter is displayed.
u Press RESET.
w The timer is reset. The change interval starts all over
again.
Turning the timer off
If a new FreshAir filter is not inserted the timer can be turned off
u Press menu.
u Press the navigation arrows until the FreshAir filter is
displayed.
u Press the FreshAir filter symbol.
u Press OFF.
w The timer is turned off.
6.2 Manual defrosting*
Fridge compartment:
The refrigerator compartment is defrosted automatically. The
defrost water evaporates as a result of the heat of the
compressor. Drops of water on the rear wall are perfectly
normal.
u Regularly clean the drain opening to allow the water to flow
away (see 6.5) .
Freezer compartment:
A layer of frost or ice can build up in the freezer compartment
after a long period of operation.
The layer of frost or ice builds up faster if the appliance is
opened often or if the food is warm when placed inside.
However, a thick layer of ice will increase the appliance‘s
energy consumption. You should therefore defrost the appliance regularly.
WARNING
Danger of injury and damage
u Do not use any mechanical aids or other means not recommended by the manufacturer in order to accelerate the
defrosting process.
u Do not use electrical heating or steam cleaning equipment,
open flames or defrosting sprays to defrost.
u Do not use sharp implements to remove the ice.
u Do not damage the pipework in the refrigerant circuit.
u
w
u
u
Defrosting is speeded up.
Defrost water is collected in the drawers.
Leave the door of the appliance open while defrosting.
Remove detached pieces of ice.
If necessary, pick up defrost water several times, using a
sponge or cloth.
u Clean the appliance (see 6.5) .
w
w
u
u
u
6.3 Defrosting with NoFrost*
The NoFrost system automatically defrosts the appliance.
Refrigerator compartment:
The defrost water evaporates due to the compressor heat.
Drops of water on the rear wall are perfectly normal.
u Regularly clean the drain opening to allow the water to flow
away (see 6.5) .
Freezer compartment:
The moisture condenses on the evaporator, is periodically
defrosted and evaporates.
u The appliance does not have to be manually defrosted.
6.4 Cleaning the ventilation grid
The ventilation grid ensures that the appliance works properly
due to optimum aeration and ventilation.
u Clean the ventilation grid regularly with a vacuum cleaner.
u Remove stubborn stains with a soft cloth.
When the timer is set a message on the display
prompts you to clean it. The clean ventilation grid
symbol appears on the screen.
u Press the clean ventilation grid symbol.
w The display switches to the home screen.
The message can be displayed again by pressing the menu
field until it has been cleaned and this has been confirmed.
(see 8) .
Confirming that the ventilation grid has been cleaned
u Press menu.
u Press the navigation arrows until the ventilation grid
is displayed.
u Press the ventilation grid symbol.
u Press the navigation arrows until clean ventilation
grid is displayed.
u Press RESET.
w The timer is reset. The cleaning interval starts all
over again.
Turning the timer off
If the reminder function is to be switched off the timer can be
turned off.
u Press menu.
u Press the navigation arrows until the ventilation grid
is displayed.
u Press the ventilation grid symbol.
u Press OFF.
w The timer is turned off.
Switch on SuperFrost one day before defrosting.
The frozen goods are provided with a “cold reserve”.
Switch off the appliance.
Pull out the power plug or switch off the fuse.
* Depending on model and options
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Maintenance
6.5 Cleaning the appliance
u All the other fittings can be put in the dishwasher.
u Vegetable bin roller bases can also be cleaned in the
dishwasher.
Note*
u Clean water reservoir when not in use for more than 24 h.
WARNING
Risk of injury and damage as a result of hot steam!
Hot steam can lead to burns and can damage the surfaces.
u Do not use any steam cleaners!
NOTICE
Incorrect cleaning damages the appliance!
u Do not use cleaning agents in concentrated form.
u Do not use any scouring or abrasive sponges or steel wool.
u Do not use any sharp or abrasive cleaning agents, nor any
that contain sand, chloride or acid.
u Do not use chemical solvents.
u Do not damage or remove the type plate on the inside of the
appliance. It is important for the customer service.
u Do not pull off, bend or damage cables or other components.
u Do not allow any cleaning water to enter the drain channel,
ventilation grille or electrical parts.
u Please use soft cleaning cloths and a universal pH-neutral
cleaning agent.
u Please use cleaning and care products suitable for contact
with foodstuffs in the appliance interior.
u Empty appliance.
u Pull out the power plug.
u Clean plastic outer and inner surfaces with lukewarm
water and a little washing-up liquid.
NOTICE
Risk of damage from stainless steel care products!
The stainless steel doors and stainless steel side panels
are treated with a premium surface finish.
Stainless steel care products attack these surfaces.
u Only use a soft, clean cloth to wipe down finished door
and side panel surfaces and painted door and side
panel surfaces. To remove heavy dirt, use a little water or
neutral detergent. Alternatively, you can use a micro-fibre
cloth.
Do not treat the lettering on the painted door surfaces with
harsh, abrasive agents. Wipe off any dirt with a soft cloth and
some water or neutral cleaner.*
u Clean drain hole: Remove deposits
with a narrow instrument, e.g. a
cotton bud.
u Empty water collect tray: remove
water tank. Carefully unlatch tray
at front and then remove from
below.*
u Clean the water container by
hand using lukewarm water and a
small amount of dish washing
liquid.*
u The water container and cover
are dishwasher safe up to max.
60° *
*
*
u Most of the parts can be dismantled for cleaning: see the
relevant chapter.
u Clean drawers by hand with lukewarm water and a little
washing up liquid.
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After cleaning:
u Wipe dry the appliance and items of equipment.
u Connect the appliance and switch it on again.
u Switch on SuperFrost (see 5.5.5) .
When the temperature is sufficiently cold:
u Put the food back inside.
6.6 Cleaning the IceMaker*
The IceMaker drawer must be emptied and pushed in. The
IceMaker must be switched on.
u Press Menu.
u Press the navigation arrows until the IceMaker is
displayed.
u Press the IceMaker symbol.
u Press the navigation arrow until the cleaning position is displayed.
u Press ON.
w The ice cube tray moves to the cleaning position.
The screen cannot be used during this process.
w OFF appears: The rotary movement stops and the
IceMaker switches off for cleaning.
u Remove the drawer.
u Clean the ice cube tray and drawer with a soft cleaning cloth
and warm water. If necessary use a mild detergent. Then
rinse out.
u Push the drawer in.
u Press OFF.
w The ice cube tray moves to the operating position.
NOTICE
Rinse agent residue in the ice compartment and drawer.
Nausea or irritation of the mucous membrane.
u Remove rinse agent residue: Discard the first three batches
of ice cubes.
u Leave the IceMaker switched on.
-oru Switch the IceMaker off (see Control)
6.7 Customer service
First of all check whether you can eliminate the fault yourself
(see Malfunction). If this is not possible, contact Customer
Services. You can find the address in the enclosed customer
service list.
WARNING
Risk of injury if repair work is not carried out professionally!
u Have any repairs and action - not expressly specified - on
the appliance and mains cable carried out by service
personnel only. (see Maintenance)
Displaying the appliance description (model and index),
service no. (service) and serial no. (S. no.) on the screen:
u Press menu.
u Press the navigation arrows until the appliance information symbol is displayed.
u Press the appliance information symbol.
w The appliance information is displayed.
* Depending on model and options
Malfunctions
u Note down the appliance
information.
u To return to the home screen
press the Back symbol.
u The sound is normal.
A quiet clicking noise.
→ The noise is produced whenever the refrigeration unit
(motor) automatically switches on or off.
u The sound is normal.
u Close the door.
u Contact customer service and give them the required appliance information.
w This will help us to provide you with a faster, more accurate
service.
u Follow any further instructions given by Customer Services.
Alternatively you can read off the appliance information
from the model plate:
u Read off the appliance
name Fig. 41 (1),
service no. Fig. 41 (2)
and
serial
no.
Fig. 41 (3) from the
model
plate.
The
model plate can be
found on the inside of
the appliance on the
left.
Fig. 41
Licence agreements:
Licences used can be viewed at ©.
u Press ©.
7 Malfunctions
Your appliance is designed and manufactured for a long life
span and reliable operation. If a malfunction nonetheless
occurs during operation, check whether it is due to a handling
error. In this case you will have to be charged for the costs
incurred, even during the warranty period. You may be able to
rectify the following faults yourself:
Appliance does not work.
→ The appliance is not switched on.
u Switch on the appliance.
→ The power plug is not properly inserted in the wall socket.
u Check power plug.
→ The fuse of the wall socket is not in order.
u Check fuse.
→ The appliance plug does not fit the appliance properly.
u Check the appliance plug.
A hum. It is briefly a little louder when the refrigeration
unit (the motor) switches on.
→ The refrigeration increases automatically when the
SuperFrost, function is activated, fresh food has just been
placed in the appliance or the door has been left open for a
while.
u The sound is normal.
→ The refrigeration increases automatically when the
SuperCool function is activated, fresh food has just been
placed in the appliance or the door has been left open for a
while.
u The sound is normal.
→ The ambient temperature is too high.
u Solution: (see 1.2)
A low hum.
→ The sound is produced by air flow noise of the fan.
u The sound is normal.
Vibratory noise.
→ The appliance is not fixed to the ground. The running of the
cooling unit therefore makes objects and adjacent furniture
vibrate.
u Adjust appliance via the height-adjustable feet.
u Move bottles and containers apart.
Hum of the water tank pump.*
→ When water is pumped out of the water reservoir, a brief
hum of the pump can be heard.
u The sound is normal.
The DEMO symbol appears on the screen. In addition
some time elapses.
→ DEMO mode is activated.
u Press STOP.
DEMO is displayed in the top right corner of the screen.
→ DEMO mode is activated.
u Unplug the appliance.
u Plug the appliance in again.
w The DEMO symbol appears on the screen. In addition some
time elapses.
u Press STOP.
The outer surfaces of the appliance are warm*.
→ The heat of the refrigeration circuit is used to prevent
condensate from forming.
u This is normal.
The IceMaker cannot be switched on. *
The compressor runs for a long time.
→ The appliance and therefore the IceMaker are not
needed. Although the running time is increased as a result,
energy is saved.
u This is normal in energy-saving models.
→ SuperFrost is activated.
u The compressor runs for longer in order to rapidly cool the
food. This is normal.
→ SuperCool is activated.
u The compressor runs for longer in order to rapidly cool the
food. This is normal.
Excessive noise.
→ Due to the various speed steps, speed-regulated* compressors can generate different running noises.
u The sound is normal.
u Connect the appliance to the mains (see Putting into opera-
→ The compressor switches to a low speed when little cold is
A bubbling and gurgling noise.
→ This noise comes from the refrigerant flowing in the refrigeration circuit.
* Depending on model and options
connected.
tion).
The IceMaker does not make any ice cubes.*
→ The IceMaker is not switched on.
u Switch on the IceMaker.
→ The drawer of the IceMaker is not properly closed.
u Close the drawer properly.
→ The water tank is not correctly inserted.
u Insert the water tank.
→ There is not enough water in the water tank.
u Fill the water tank.
Functions in the IceMaker submenu do not start.*
→ Ice cube tray rotates.
u Try again after 1 minute.
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Messages
The temperature is not cold enough.
→ The door of the appliance is not properly closed.
u Close the door of the appliance.
→ Insufficient ventilation.
u Keep ventilation grille clear, and clean it.
→ The ambient temperature is too high.
u Solution: (see 1.2) .
→ The appliance was opened too frequently or for too long.
u Wait to see whether the appliance reaches the required
temperature by itself. If not, please contact the after sales
service (see Maintenance).
→ Too much fresh food was placed inside without SuperFrost.
u Solution: (see 5.5.5)
→ The appliance is too close to a source of heat (stove, heater
etc).
u Change the position of the appliance or the source of heat.
The internal light does not come on.
The appliance is not switched on.
Switch on the appliance.
The door was open longer than 15 min.
The interior light automatically switches off if the door has
been open for about 15 min.
→ The LED illumination is defective or the cover is damaged:
→
u
→
u
WARNING
Risk of injury due to electric shock!
Live parts are located under the cover.
u Have the LED interior light changed or repaired only by the
customer service or by specialized personnel trained for the
purpose.
WARNING
Danger of injury by LED lamp!
The light intensity of the LED illumination corresponds to laser
class 1/1M.
If the cover is defective:
u Do not look into the illumination with optical lenses from the
immediate proximity. This can cause injury to the eyes.
The door seal is defective or needs to be replaced for
another reason.
→ The door seal can be replaced. It can be replaced without
the need for special tools.
u Contact Customer Service (see Maintenance):
The unit has iced up or condensation has formed.
→ The door seal may have also slipped out of its groove.
u Check to ensure that the door seal is seated properly in the
groove.
8 Messages
Error messages and reminders are displayed by an
audible signal and a message on the screen. The
audible signal gets louder and louder when error
messages appear. It only stops when the message is
confirmed. Highest priority messages are displayed first
if several occur at the same time. Each message must
be cleared separately.
The message stays in the menu field as long as it is active or
the fault is not eliminated.
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Note
Details on the message can be displayed again via the menu
field.
u Press menu.
u
Press the message symbol.
u The display switches to the next message when you press
one. After the last active message the display switches to
the home screen.
Door alarm
An audible warning sounds if the door is open for
longer than 60 seconds. The door alarm symbol
appears on the display. The audible warning stops
automatically when the door is closed.
The audible warning can be switched off when the
door is open. The audible alarm is switched off while
the door is open.
u Press the door alarm symbol.
w The door alarm stops.
w The display switches to the home screen.
u Close the door.
Temperature alarm
An audible signal sounds if the temperature is not cold
enough. The temperature alarm symbol appears on
the display.
The temperature had risen too high during the last few
hours or days. When the fault is eliminated the appliance continues to work at the last temperature setting.
The reason for too high a temperature may be:
- hot, fresh food was inserted
- too much warm room air flowed in when rearranging and
removing food
- the power was cut off for a while
- the appliance is faulty
u Open the door.
u Press the temperature alarm symbol.
w The audible signal stops. The warmest temperature reached
during the malfunction is displayed on the screen.
u Press the screen or wait for 30 seconds.
w The display switches to the home screen. Arrows and the
temperature alarm symbol appear in the relevant temperature field
. In addition the messages symbol is
displayed in the menu field
.
u Check the food for quality. Do not consume spoiled food. Do
not re-freeze defrosted food,
u Close the door.
w The symbols are greyed out when the target temperature is
reached.
If the alarm status persists or the temperature cannot be reset
independently:
(see Malfunction).
Power cut
An audible warning sounds. The power cut symbol
appears on the display.
The temperature had risen too high over the last few
hours or days due to a power cut or power interruption. When the power is restored the appliance
continues to work at the last temperature setting. Activated reminders are retained.
u Open the door.
u Press the power cut symbol.
w The audible signal stops. The warmest temperature reached
in the freezer compartment during the power cut is displayed
on the screen.
u Press the screen or wait for 30 seconds.
* Depending on model and options
Decommissioning
w The display switches to the home screen. Arrows and the
symbol temperature alarm appear in the relevant temperature field
. The messages symbol is also shown in the
menu field
.
u Check the food for quality. Do not consume spoiled food. Do
not re-freeze defrosted food,
u Close the door.
w The symbols are greyed out when the target temperature is
reached.
Appliance faults
An audible warning sounds. The appliance fault
symbol appears on the display with the relevant error
code.
An appliance component indicates a fault.
u Open the door.
u Note down the fault code.
u Press the appliance fault symbol.
w The audible signal stops. The display switches to the home
screen.
u Close the door.
u Contact Customer Services (see Maintenance).
If the fault related to a specific temperature zone, the appliance
fault symbol is displayed instead of the temperature in the
zone's temperature field.
Fill the water tank*
An audible warning sounds. The water tank symbol
appears on the display.
There is not enough water in the water tank.
u Fill the water tank.
u When the water tank is full and a message persists, check if
the float is stuck.
u If necessary, empty the water and move the float with a thin
instrument, e.g. a cotton bud.
u If you still see the message after filling the water tank,
contact Customer Services (see Maintenance).
Other messages
FreshAirChange filter (see Maintenance)
Clean the ventilation grille (see Maintenance)
*
Open, close IceMaker drawer
9 Decommissioning
9.1 Switching the appliance off
Note
If the appliance or the freezer or fridge compartment cannot be
switched off the child safety device has been switched on.
u Switch the child safety device off (see 5.2.2) .
9.1.1 Switch off the appliance from the menu
9.1.2 Switching the appliance off via the
freezer compartment field.
The fridge compartment is automatically turned off when the
freezer compartment is turned off. The screen remains on.
u Press the freezer compartment field.
u Press plus.
w The plus symbol is greyed out if it is pressed again after
selecting the hottest temperature. The standby symbol is
displayed on the screen.
u Press OK.
w The standby symbol is displayed in all temperature fields.
w The freezer and fridge compartments are switched off.
9.1.3 Switching the fridge compartment off
If necessary, the fridge compartment can be switched off separately.
CAUTION
Danger of poisoning.
Not cooling the water tank spoils the water in the tank.
u Switch the IceMaker off (see Control).
u Press the fridge compartment field.
u Press plus.
w The plus symbol is greyed out if it is pressed again after
selecting the hottest temperature. The standby symbol is
displayed on the screen.
u Press OK.
w The standby symbol is displayed in the fridge compartment
field.
w The fridge compartment is switched off.
9.2 Taking the appliance out of service
u Empty the appliance.
u Put the IceMaker in the cleaning position (see Maintenance).*
u Switch off the appliance (see Decommissioning).
u Remove mains connector.
u Remove appliance connector if required: Remove
and move from left to right at the same time.
u Clean the appliance (see 6.5) .
u Leave the door open to prevent odour.
10 Disposing of the appliance
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.
u Disable the appliance.
u Pull out the plug.
u Cut through the connecting cable.
The whole appliance is switched off. The screen goes black.
u Press menu.
u Press the navigation arrows until the standby symbol
is displayed.
u Press OK.
w The standby symbol flashes on the whole screen. The whole
appliance is switched off.
w After 10 minutes the standby symbol goes out.
* Depending on model and options
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