Contents
Customer Helpline: 0845 600 4632
Presentation and Description of Product
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Safety information
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Switching on the appliance
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Installation
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Reversing the door
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User Information
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Thermostat settings
Accessories
Turning On The Appliance
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Food storage in the appliance
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Refrigerator Compartment
Freezer Compartment
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Cleaning and maintenance
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Defrosting
Replacing the light bulb
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Trouble Shooting
11
Technical Specifications
12
Disposal information
12
Tips for saving energy
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Product code
BFFF48144W
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Presentation and Description of Product
Customer Helpline: 0845 600 4632
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A
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B
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A) Refrigerator compartment
B) Freezer compartment
1) Thermostat control
2) Refrigerator lamp and cover
3) Refrigerator shelf
4) Crisper shelf
5) Crisper
6) Bottle shelf
7) Door shelves
8) Egg holder
9) Freezer compartment cover
10) Freezer compartment drawer
11) Freezer compartment bottom drawer
12) Ice tray
13) Kick plate
14) Foot hinge
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Safety information
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Important - Please read these instructions fully before installation
IMPORTANT - Please read this booklet before
installing and switching on this appliance. The
manufacturer assumes no responsibility for
incorrect installation and usage as described
in this booklet.
IMPORTANT - If the supply cord is damaged
it must be replaced by the manufacturer,
service agent or appointed person.
WARNING - keep ventilation openings (in
appliance enclosure or building) clear from
obstruction.
WARNING - Do not use electrical appliances
in the larder.
WARNING - If this appliance is to replace an
old larder with a lock, break or remove the lock
to protect children from locking themselves
inside.
WARNING - Old larders contain insulation
gases and refrigerant, which must be disposed
of properly. Entrust the disposal of a scrap unit
to your local waste disposal service and
contact your local authority or dealer if you
have any questions.
Please ensure that the larder pipe is not
damaged prior to collection by an appropriate
waste disposal service.
WARNING - Do not allow children to play with
the appliance. Children must never sit in the
drawers or hang from the door.
WARNING - Do not use adapters or shunts,
which could cause overheating or burning.
WARNING - Do not connect old, warped
power supply cables.
WARNING - Do not twist and bend the cables,
and keep them away from hot surfaces.
WARNING - Do not connect the power supply
with wet hands.
WARNING - After installation, make sure that
the power cable is not trapped underneath the
appliance.
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WARNING - This appliance is not intended for
use by people (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. Children should be supervised to
ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
WARNING - Do not defrost the appliance with
other electrical devices (i.e. hair dryer) or other
artificial means.
WARNING - Do not touch the cooling surfaces
while the appliance is in operation, especially
with wet hands, as skin may stick to cold
surfaces.
CAUTION - If the model contains R600a (see
name plate - coolant is isobutane) then it is
environmentally friendly but also combustible.
When transporting and installing the unit, care
must be taken to ensure that none of the
refrigeration circuit components become
damaged. In the event of damage, avoid naked
flames or ignition sources and ventilate the
room in which the unit is placed for a few
minutes.
CAUTION - Do not use mechanical devices
or other artificial means to accelerate the
defrosting process.
CAUTION - Do not damage the refrigerant
circuit.
Before using the appliance
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Switching on the appliance
• Before switching on, place the appliance in
an upright position and wait at least three
hours without moving the appliance. This will
give the freezing circuit time to settle and
operate efficiently.
• Clean the appliance thoroughly, especially
the interior, before use (see Cleaning and
Maintenance).
• Installation of the appliance and electrical
connections must be carried out by a
qualified technician in accordance with the
installation manual and local regulations.
• The procedure for installation the appliance
into the kitchen unit is given in the installation
section of this manual. This product is only
intended to be used in proper kitchen units.
• The appliance must be connected with a
properly installed fused socket. Power supply
(AC) and voltage at the operating point must
comply with the details on the name plate of
the appliance (the name plate is located on
the inside-left of the appliance).
• Insert the plug into a socket with an efficient
ground connection. If the socket has no
ground contact or the plug does not match,
we suggest you to call an authorised
electrician for assistance.
• The manufacturer is not responsible for failure
to complete the ground connection as
described in this booklet.
• There can be an odour when you first switch
on the appliance. It will disappear after the
appliance starts to cool.
• The plug must be accessible following
installation.
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Installation
Reversing the door
To reverse the door; please contact the
service agent.
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User Information
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Cooler and Freezer Thermostat Knob
Thermostat settings
Cooling compartment
• The thermostat automatically regulates the
inside temperature of the appliance. By
rotating the knob from positions 1 to 5, colder
temperatures can be obtained.
• For the short-term storage of food, set the
knob between the minimum and medium
positions (1-2).
• For the medium-term storage of food, set the
knob to the medium position (3-4).
• For the long-term storage of food, set the knob
to the maximum position (5).
• Note that the ambient temperature (the
temperature of the freshly stored food and
how often the door is opened) affects the
temperature within the appliance, if required
change the temperature setting.
• When you first switch on the appliance, you
should ideally run it without any food for 24
hours and not open the door. If you need to
use it straight away, try not to put too much
food inside.
• If the unit is switched off or unplugged, you
must allow at least 5 minutes before
restarting to avoid damaging the compressor.
Freezer & Refrigerator thermostat
Thermostat
control
If your fridge is not cold enough
Your fridge is designed to operate in the
ambient temperature intervals stated in
accordance with the climate class stated on
the information label. We do not recommend
operating your fridge out of the stated
temperature values.
Climate Class
T
ST
N
SN
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Between 16 and 43 (°C)
Between 16 and 38 (°C)
Between 16 and 32 (°C)
Between 10 and 32 (°C)
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User Information
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Accessories
Turning On The Appliance
Ice tray
Once the appliance has been connected to the
power supply make sure that the GREEN
lamp is on. Then turn the thermostat dial to
position “5” (max position) and switch the
super switch ON until the RED lamp is off
(Note that; for best internal temperature the
indicator in the thermostat should be
positioned between 2 and 4.)
• Fill the ice tray with water and place in freezer
compartment.
• After the water has completely frozen , you
can twist the tray as shown below to get the
ice cubes.
• The appliance needs to be switched on for
24 hours before it reaches a sufficiently cool
temperature.
• In this time do not open the door so often and
place a lot of food inside the appliance.
• If the unit is switched off or unplugged, you
must allow at least 5 minutes before restarting
or re-plugged the unit in order not to damage
the compressor.
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Food storage in the appliance
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Refrigerator Compartment
The refrigerator compartment is used for storing
fresh food for a few days.
• To prevent humidification and odor formation,
the food should be placed in the refrigerator
in closed or covered containers.
• Hot foods and drinks should be cooled to
room temperatures before being placed in the
refrigerator.
• Please do not prop packaged food and
containers against the lamp or cover of the
cooling compartment.
• Fruits and vegetables may be placed directly
in the vegetable holder without being
wrapped separately.
• Some recommendations have been
specified below for the placement and
storage of your food in the cooling
compartment.
Freezer Compartment
The freezer compartment is used for freezing
fresh foods and for storing frozen foods for the
period of time indicated on packaging, and for
making ice cubes.
• Use the deep freeze compartment of your
refrigerator for storing the frozen food for a
long time and for producing ice.
• Place the food you would like to freeze
initially in the upper basket of the deep freeze
section in such a way that it shall not exceed
the declared freezing capacity of your
refrigerator. You may place your food next to
the other frozen foods after they are frozen
(for at least 24 hours).
• It is recommended to keep thermostat set at
level 5.
• It is recommended that the food which is
being newly frozen be kept separate from the
already frozen food.
• Foods should be frozen in single portion
sized containers.
• Do not refreeze the frozen food once it is
thawed. It may pose a danger to your health
as it might cause problems like food
poisoning.
• Do not place hot meals in your deep freeze
until they cool down. You could cause the
other food frozen beforehand in the deep
freeze compartment to become spoiled.
• As you buy frozen food, make sure it was
frozen under appropriate conditions and that
the packaging is not torn.
• While storing frozen food, the storage
conditions on the package should certainly
be observed. If there are no instructions, the
food has to be consumed in the shortest
possible period of time.
• Frozen food has to be transported before it
thaws and it should be placed in the fast
freezing shelf as soon as possible. Please
do not use the door shelves for fast freezing
purposes.
• The storage durations of frozen food change
depending on the environmental
temperatures, the frequent opening and
closing of the doors, thermostat settings, food
types, and the period of time that elapsed
from when the food was acquired to the time
it entered the freezer. Always abide by the
instructions on the package and never
exceed the storage duration.
• During extended power outages, please do
not open the door of the deep freeze
compartment. Your refrigerator will preserve
your frozen food in the ambient environmental
temperature of 25°C for about 12 hours. This
preservation time period decreases the
higher the ambient environmental
temperatures are. During longer lasting
power cuts, you should not refreeze your
food.
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Cleaning and maintenance
General
Replacing the light bulb
Warning: Disconnect the
appliance from the power supply
before cleaning.
• To clean dairy compartment you will first need
to remove the lid before the compartment will
be able to be removed.
• Do not pour water over the appliance.
• The larder compartment should be cleaned
periodically using a solution of bicarbonate
of soda and lukewarm water.
• Clean the accessories separately with soap
and water. Do not put them in the dishwasher.
• Do not use abrasive products, detergents or
soaps. After washing, rinse with clean water
and dry carefully. When cleaning operations
have been completed, reconnect the plug with
dry hands.
Defrosting
You refrigerator has fully automatic defrosting.
The water formed as a result of defrosting
passes through the water collection spout,
flows into the vaporisation container below the
condenser and evaporates there.
Evaporation
container
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1. Unplug the unit from the power supply,
2. Remove the refrigerator light cover (A) by
pressing the hooks placed on both sides of
the cover.
3. Change the light bulb (B) with a new one
(not more than 15 W).
4. Place the light cover in its place and plug
the unit back in five minutes later.
B
A
Trouble Shooting
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If your refrigerator is not working properly, it may be a minor problem, therefore check the following.
Problem
The appliance does not
operate
Possible Causes
There is a power failure
Possible Solutions
The socket is defective. To
check this, plug in a fully
The mains plug is not properly operable appliance into the
plugged in, or is loose
same socket
The appliance performs poorly You have overloaded the
appliance
There is a noise
There is not sufficient
ventilation around the
appliance
The doors are not closed
perfectly
The cooling gas which
circulates in the larder circuit
may make a slight noise
(bubbling sound) even when
the compressor is not running.
Do not worry, this is quite
normal. If these sounds are
different check if;
· The appliance is installed
firmly as described in the
section of this instruction
manual
· Objects on the appliance are
vibrating
IMPORTANT NOTES:
• In case of a sudden power loss or
disconnecting reconnecting of the plug to the
electrical socket, the compressor’s protective
thermal element will be opened as the
pressure of the gas in the cooling system of
your refrigerator has not yet been balanced.
4 or 5 minutes later, your refrigerator will start
to operate; this is normal.
• If you will not be using your refrigerator for a
long time (holiday, etc...), disconnect the plug
from the socket. Clean your refrigerator as per
page 10 of this document and leave the door
open to prevent any humidification or odour
formation.
If there is still a problem with your refrigerator
despite following the instructions in this book,
please consult your nearest authorized service
center, or call the customer help line on 0800
600 4632.
The life cycle of this product as determined and
proclaimed by the Ministry of Industry (the
period for making spare parts available for the
product to be able to fulfill its functions) is 10
years.
Conformity Information
• Normal Class is defined for the environment
temperatures between 16°C and 32°C in
accordance with the TS EN ISO 15502
Standards.
• The appliance is designed in compliance with
the EN15502, IEC60335-1 / IEC60335-2-24,
2004/108/EC standards.
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Technical Specifications
Customer Helpline: 0845 600 4632
BUSH
BFFF48144W
Supplier's name or trade mark
Model / Item
Type of appliance
GN171
A+
The energy efficiency class
Voltage
220-240V / 50HZ
0,55A
0,547kwh/24h
92 lt.
Power
Energy consumption
Net storage volume of fresh food
Net storage volume of frozen food
Star rating of frozen food storage compartment
NO-FROST Compartment
Power cut safe Z h'
Freezing capacity'
Climate class'
Size (mm) (W x D x H)
Net weight
Noise'
40 lt.
4
FREEZER
575 mins (-18ºC to -9ºC)
2 Kg
N (16°C - 32°C)
480 x 560 x 1480
45 Kg
42 dB (A)
We apologise for any inconvenience caused by minor inconsistencies in these instructions that
may occur as a result of product improvements and development.
Disposal information
The symbol on the product or its
packaging indicates that this
product may not be treated as
household waste. Instead it
should be handed over to the
applicable collection point for the
recycling of electrical and
electronic equipment.
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By ensuring this product is disposed of
correctly, you will help prevent potential
negative consequences for the environment
and human health, which could otherwise be
caused by inappropriate waste handling of this
product. For more detailed information about
recycling this product, please contact your local
council office, your household waste
disposal service or the shop where the product
was purchased.
Tips for saving energy
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1. Install the appliance in a cool, well ventilated
room , but not in direct sunlight and not near
a heat source (radiator, cooker etc).
Otherwise use an insulating plate.
2. Allow food and drinks to cool down outside
the appliance.
3. When thawing frozen food, place it in the
refrigerator compar tment. The low
temperature of the frozen food will help to
cool the refrigerator compartment when it
is thawing, thus saving energy. If the frozen
food is put out, it causes energy wastage.
4. When placing drinks and other liquids inside
the refrigerator they must be covered;
otherwise humidity increases in the
appliance and the working time increases.
Covering drinks and other liquids also helps
preserve their smell and taste.
5. When placing food and drinks inside the
refrigerator open the appliance door as
briefly as possible.
6. Keep the covers of any different temperature
compartments closed (crisper, chiller ...etc).
7. The door gasket must be clean and pliable.
Replace gaskets if worn.
8. Occasionally clean the rear of the appliance
with a vacuum cleaner or paint brush to
prevent increased power comsumption.
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