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Instructions for use
Before using the appliance
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Safeguarding the environment
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Precautions and general recommendations
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Electrical connection for Great Britain and Ireland only
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First use
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When the appliance is not used
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Appliance maintenance and cleaning
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Cleaning, sanitization and maintenance
of the ice and/or water dispenser (if present)
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Using the ice and water dispenser (where provided)
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Using the automatic ice maker (where provided)
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Storing, freezing and thawing food
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“MULTIFLOW” air system (where provided)
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Guide to internal components
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Changing a water filter cartridge (where provided)
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After-sales service
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Before using the appliance
• This appliance is intended to be used in household and similar applications such as
- staff kitchen areas in shops, offices and other working environments;
- farm houses and by clients in hotels, motels and other residential type environments;
- bed and breakfast type environments;
To ensure best use of your appliance, carefully read the operating instructions which contain a
description of the product and useful advice.
Keep these instructions for future reference.
1. After unpacking the appliance, make sure it is not damaged and that the door closes properly. Any
damage must be reported to the dealer within 24 hours of delivery of the appliance.
2. Wait at least two hours before switching the appliance on, to ensure that the refrigerant circuit is fully
efficient.
3. Installation and the electrical connection must be carried out by a qualified technician according to the
manufacturer's instructions and in compliance with the local safety regulations.
4. Clean the inside of the appliance before using it.
Safeguarding the environment
1. Packing
The packing material is 100% recyclable and bears the recycling symbol. For disposal, comply with the
local regulations. Keep the packing materials (plastic bags, polystyrene parts, etc.) out of the reach of
children, as they are a potential source of danger.
2. Scrapping/Disposal
The appliance is manufactured using recyclable material.
This appliance is marked in compliance with European Directive 2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and
Electronic Equipment (WEEE). By ensuring the correct disposal of this appliance, you can help prevent
potentially negative consequences for the environment and the health of persons.
The symbol
on the appliance, or on the accompanying documents, indicates that this appliance should
not be treated as domestic waste but must be taken to a special collection centre for the recycling of
electrical and electronic equipment.
When scrapping the appliance, make it unusable by cutting off the power cable and removing the doors
and shelves so that children cannot easily climb inside and become trapped.
Scrap the appliance in compliance with local regulations on waste disposal, taking it to a special collection
centre; do not leave the appliance unattended even for a few days, since it is a potential source of danger
for children.
For further information on the treatment, recovery and recycling of this product, contact your competent
local office, the household waste collection service or the shop where you purchased the appliance.
Information:
This appliance does not contain CFCs. The refrigerant circuit contains R134a (HFC) or R600a (HC) (see
the rating plate inside the appliance).
Appliances with Isobutane (R600a): isobutane is a natural gas without environmental impact, but is
flammable. Therefore, make sure the refrigerant circuit pipes are not damaged.
This product may contain Fluorinated Greenhouse Gases covered by the Kyoto Protocol; the refrigerant
gas is inside a hermetically sealed system.
Refrigerant gas: R134a has a Global Warming Potential of (GWP) 1300.
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Safeguarding the environment
Declaration of conformity
• This appliance has been designed for preserving food and is manufactured in compliance with
Regulation (CE) No. 1935/2004.
• This appliance has been designed, manufactured and marketed in compliance with:
- safety objectives of the “Low Voltage" Directive 2006/95/CE (which replaces 73/23/CEE and
subsequent amendments);
- the protection requirements of Directive “EMC" 2004/108/EC.
Electrical safety of the appliance can only be guaranteed if it is correctly connected to an approved
earthing system.
Precautions and general recommendations
• Make sure the voltage specified on the rating
plate corresponds to that of your home.
• Do not use single/multi adapters or extension
cords.
• For the water connection, use the pipe supplied
with the new appliance; do not reuse that of the
previous appliance.
• Power cable modification or replacement must
only be carried out by qualified personnel or by
After-sales Service.
• It must be possible to disconnect the appliance
from the power supply by unplugging it or by
means of a mains two-pole switch installed
upstream of the socket.
INSTALLATION
• The appliance must be handled and installed by
two or more persons.
• Be careful not to damage the floors (e.g.
parquet) when moving the appliance.
• During installation, make sure the appliance
does not damage the power cable.
• Make sure the appliance is not near a heat
source.
• To guarantee adequate ventilation, leave a space
on both sides and above the appliance and
follow the installation instructions.
• Keep the appliance ventilation openings free.
• Do not damage the appliance refrigerant circuit
pipes.
• Install and level the appliance on a floor strong
enough to take its weight and in a place suitable
for its size and use.
• Install the appliance in a dry and well-ventilated
place. The appliance is arranged for operation in
places where the temperature comes within the
following ranges, according to the climatic class
given on the rating plate. The appliance may not
work properly if it is left for a long time at a
temperature outside the specified range.
Climatic Class
SN
N
ST
T
Amb. T. (°C)
From 10 to 32
From 16 to 32
From 16 to 38
From 16 to 43
SAFETY
• Do not store explosive substances such as
aerosol cans with a flammable propellant in this
appliance.
• Do not store or use petrol, flammable liquids or
gas in the vicinity of this or other electrical
appliances. The fumes can cause fires or
explosions.
• Do not use mechanical, electric or chemical
means other than those recommended by the
Manufacturer to speed up the defrost process.
• Do not use or place electrical devices inside the
appliance compartments if they are not of the
type expressly authorised by the Manufacturer.
• This appliance is not intended for use by
persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack
of experience and knowledge, unless they have
Amb. T. (°F)
From 50 to 90
From 61 to 90
From 61 to 100
From 61 to 110
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Precautions and general recommendations
been given supervision or instruction concerning
use of the appliance by a person responsible for
their safety.
• To avoid the risk of children becoming trapped
and suffocating, do not allow them to play or
hide inside the appliance.
• Do not swallow the contents (non-toxic) of the
ice packs (in some models).
• Do not eat ice cubes or ice lollies immediately
after taking them out of the freezer since they
may cause cold burns.
water (with mains water pressure of between
0.17 and 0.81 Mpa (1.7 and 8.1 bar)). Automatic
ice-makers and/or water dispensers not directly
connected to the water supply must be filled
with drinking water only.
• Use the refrigerator compartment only for
storing fresh food and the freezer compartment
only for storing frozen food, freezing fresh food
and making ice cubes.
• Do not store glass containers with liquids in the
freezer since they may burst.
USE
• Before carrying out any maintenance or cleaning
operation, unplug the appliance or disconnect it
from the power supply.
• All appliances equipped with an automatic icemaker and water dispenser must be connected
to a water supply that only delivers drinking
The Manufacturer declines any liability if the
above advice and precautions are not
respected.
Electrical connection for Great Britain and Ireland only
Warning - this appliance must be earthed
Fuse replacement
If the mains lead of this appliance is fitted with a BS
1363A 13amp fused plug, to change a fuse in this
type of plug use an A.S.T.A. approved fuse to BS
1362 type and proceed as follows:
1. Remove the fuse cover (A) and fuse (B).
2. Fit replacement 13A fuse into fuse cover.
3. Refit both into plug.
Important:
The fuse cover must be refitted when changing a
fuse and if the fuse cover is lost the plug must not
be used until a correct replacement is fitted.
Correct replacement are identified by the colour
insert or the colour embossed in words on the
base of the plug.
Replacement fuse covers are available from your
local electrical store.
For the Republic of Ireland only
The information given in respect of Great Britain
will frequently apply, but a third type of plug and
socket is also used, the 2-pin, side earth type.
Socket outlet / plug (valid for both countries)
If the fitted plug is not suitable for your socket
outlet, please contact KitchenAid Service for
further instruction. Please do not attempt to
change plug yourself. This procedure needs to be
carried out by a qualified technician in compliance
with the manufactures instructions and current
standard safety regulations.
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First use
When the appliance is connected to the power supply, the display will show the factory preset
temperatures (-18°C and +5°C).
If the acoustic signal sounds and the temperature indicator blinks, press and hold the alarm mute button.
Note: After being switched on, the appliance needs approximately 2/3 hours to reach the correct
temperature to store a typical volume of food.
As applicable, insert the anti-bacterial and anti-odour filter as indicated on the filter package.
When the appliance is not used
Disconnect the appliance from the power supply. Empty the appliance and leave the doors open just
enough to allow air to circulate inside the compartments. This will prevent the formation of mould and
bad odours. If your appliance has an automatic ice maker:
1. Shut off the water supply to the product.
2. Empty the ice bucket.
DURING BLACKOUTS
For power failures lasting up to 12 hours, keep the doors of the appliance closed. In this way the stored
food will stay cold as long as possible.
Should the power failure last more than 12 hours, remove all food from the product and store it in a
suitable appliance.
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Appliance maintenance and cleaning
Periodically clean the appliance with a new cloth and a solution of lukewarm water and neutral detergent
specific for cleaning the inside of the refrigerator. Never use abrasive detergents.
Do not use steam cleaners. Clean the condenser using a vacuum cleaner, after removing the front plinth
(see Installation manual).
The buttons and control panel display (in some models, located on the freezer door) must not be cleaned
with alcohol or alcohol-derived substances, but with a dry cloth.
Replacing the bulbs
Important:
• Always disconnect the refrigerator from the power
supply before replacing any light bulbs.
• Before replacing the bulb, remove the lamp cover (if
present). After the bulb has been replaced, refit the
lamp cover.
• Internal lights are bayonet bulbs.
• The ice and water dispenser light, if present, is a normal
screw bulb.
Only use bulbs of the same type which can be requested from the After-sales Service and authorized
dealers.
Cleaning, sanitization and maintenance of the ice and/or
water dispenser (if present)
Failure to follow the instructions regarding sanitizing can compromise the hygienic safety of the
water dispensed.
• When using the appliance for the first time, discard the first 9-14 litres of water, equivalent to 6-7
minutes of dispensing (not necessarily consecutive, but before initial consumption) and discard the ice
produced in the first 24 hours.
• Reposition the removable water dispenser (if present), ensuring your hands are hygienically clean.
• Periodically clean the ice bucket or drawer under running water only.
• Every six months, sanitise the water and ice dispensing system with disinfectant solutions (sodium
hypochlorite based) suitable for materials in contact with food and which do not alter the
characteristics of the materials. Rinse under running water before use.
• Replacement of any parts of the ice and water dispenser must be carried out using original spare parts
provided by the Manufacturer.
• Any work on the appliance must be carried out by a qualified technician or the After-sales Service.
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Using the ice and water dispenser (where provided)
For connection to the mains water supply see the
Installation manual.
The anti-condensation devices can be disabled by
pressing the switch shown in the figure on the right
(switch in position OFF). This allows you to
optimise energy consumption.
To dispense water:
Water delivery is always available. Press a glass
against the water dispenser lever. Water delivery
stops when the lever is released.
If there is condensation in the ice/water dispenser
area or on the door, reactivate the anticondensation devices (switch in position ON).
To dispense ice:
To obtain ice press against the ice dispenser lever.
Useful tips:
1. Keep the glass near the water/ice dispenser
outlet.
2. Press lightly on the lever to activate the ice
dispenser. Pressing hard will not result in faster
dispensing or greater quantities.
3. To stop dispensing, remove the glass slowly so
that ice does not fall outside the glass.
4. Do not use fragile glasses.
5. It is recommended to consume dispensed water
within 6 hours.
6. If the water/ice dispenser has been used only
occasionally or has not been used for some
time, but the appliance has been left on, it is
advisable to clean the circuit, eliminating the
first 2 litres of water and the first ice produced.
This operation should also be performed when
the product is reconnected to the power supply
after prolonged disuse.
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Using the automatic ice maker (where provided)
After switching on the refrigerator, it usually takes overnight for the first ice cubes to form.
When selecting crushed ice (on some models only - see the Quick Start Guide), the cubes are crushed just
before being dispensed, therefore the crushed ice may come out with a slight delay. Noise from the ice
crusher is normal, and pieces of ice may vary in size. When changing from crushed ice to ice cubes, a small
amount of crushed ice may come out together with the first cubes.
The quantity and size of the ice cubes depend on the mains water pressure. Ice cubes production can be
increased by decreasing the freezer compartment temperature setting.
ONLY FOR MODELS FITTED WITH ICE DRAWER
Normal ice production is 7 to 8 batches of ice cubes over a 24 hour
period. Large amounts of ice cubes should be taken directly from the
bucket, and not from the dispenser. It is recommended that the drawer is
closed after completing the operation.
ONLY FOR MODELS FITTED WITH ICE DISPENSER
Normal ice production is 12 to 14 batches of ice cubes over a 24 hour
period.
To remove and refit the ice bucket
Insert your fingers in the opening at the bottom of
the container, pull the lever and lift and extract the
container (see figure 1). For some models, to
remove the container, insert your fingers in the
opening at the bottom of the container and place
your thumb on the release button (see figure 2);
holding the base of the bucket with both hands,
press the release button and lift the bucket up and
out.
figure 1
To replace the ice container in its place, place it on
its support attached to the inner door and lower
in position.
figure 2
Note: Large amounts of ice cubes should be taken directly from the bucket, and not from the dispenser.
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Storing, freezing and thawing food
It is important to wrap food so that no water, moisture, or vapour may penetrate; this avoids the transfer
of odours and flavours throughout the refrigerator and allows better storage of frozen food.
NOTE: Never place warm food in the freezer. Cooling hot foods before freezing saves energy and
prolongs the life of the appliance.
“MULTIFLOW” air system (where provided)
"MULTIFLOW" is a ventilated airflow system thanks to which the internal temperature is to all intents and
purposes uniform. Food can be arranged on any shelf paying attention not to obstruct the air vents, so that
air can circulate.
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Guide to internal components
FRESH CONTROL COMPARTMENT (where provided)
The Fresh Control compartment is a container with a tilting movement that facilitates the introduction and
removal of food.
Opening, removal and replacing of the Fresh Control
compartment.
Open the Fresh Control compartment by pressing one of the two
buttons at the top (1), while at the same time pulling the
compartment as far as it will go. To close, follow the inverse
procedure. To remove the Fresh Control compartment, follow the
instructions above and then lightly rotate and remove the
compartment from its seat (2). To replace the compartment, insert
the external lateral guides of the container (3a) in their seats near
the retaining pins (3b).
N.B. Do not store any food in metal or sharp packaging inside the
Fresh Control compartment as this could damage the surface.
Removing the crisper or meat drawer:
1. slide the drawer out as far as it goes;
2. with one hand underneath the drawer, lift and pull it out;
3. the drawer will come out of its runners and can be pulled out
further;
4. to remove it completely, the drawer must be tilted: front end up,
back end down.
Meat / crisper drawer temperature control (where provided)
• The cold air is conveyed inside the meat drawer through an
opening between the refrigerator compartment and the freezer
compartment. In this way the temperature inside the meat
drawer is kept lower than the rest of the refrigerator. The air
flow can be adjusted by means of the special slider.
• If you wish to store vegetables in the meat drawer, shift the
control all the way to the left, to the fruit/vegetables setting. This
avoids possible damage due to the vegetables freezing.
Crisper drawer moisture control (where provided)
• The moisture level inside the crisper drawer can be controlled by
moving the slider in the desired position.
• By moving the slider all the way to the right, moisture will be
eliminated from the compartment for better preservation of fruit
and vegetables with peel.
• By moving the slider to the far left, moisture is maintained inside
the compartment for better preservation of leafy vegetables.
Loading procedure
Maximum storage capacity can be obtained by removing the two
bottom drawers/baskets from the freezer compartment and placing
the rack supplied as shown in the figure on the right. Make sure that
the air vents are not obstructed by the food
(this applies to units with capacity lower than 715 litres).
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Changing a water filter cartridge (where provided)
1. Locate the water filter cartridge cap below the freezer compartment door. Rotate the cap
counterclockwise to a vertical position and remove the filter from the base grille.
2. Pull the cap and filter cartridge out through the base grille.
3. Remove the cartridge cap by sliding it off the end of the old cartridge. DO NOT DISCARD THE CAP.
4. Slide the cartridge cap onto the new cartridge.
5. With the cartridge cap in the vertical position, insert the new filter cartridge into the base grille until it
stops.
6. Rotate the cartridge cap clockwise to a horizontal position. RUN WATER THROUGH THE DISPENSER
UNTIL THE WATER RUNS CLEAR (about 9-14 litres or 6-7 minutes). This will clean the system and
clear air from the lines.
Note: As air is cleared from the system, water may spurt out of the dispenser.
Ordering replacement filters
To order more water filter cartridges, please contact the After-sales Service.
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After-sales service
Before contacting the After-Sales Service:
Switch the appliance on again to see if the problem
has been solved. If it has not, disconnect the
appliance from the power supply and wait for
about an hour before switching on again.
Note:
The doors of the appliance can be removed. If
this operation is performed by the After-sales
Service it is not covered by the warranty.
If the appliance is still not working after you have
gone through all the checks listed in the
troubleshooting guide and switched it off then on
again, contact the After-Sales Service to explain the
problem and have the following information ready:
• The nature of the fault
• The appliance model
• The type and serial number of the appliance
(stated on the rating plate)
• The Service number (the number after the
word SERVICE on the rating plate inside the
appliance)
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Printed in Italy
06/10
5019 715 02034
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GB
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