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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
BEFORE USING YOUR PRODUCT
SAFEGUARDING THE ENVIRONMENT
GENERAL PRECAUTIONS AND
SUGGESTIONS
INSTALLATION
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT
OPERATION
INTRODUCTION TO WINE
USING THE WINE CELLAR COMPARTMENT
USING THE FREEZER COMPARTMENT
MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
AFTER-SALES SERVICE
PRODUCT SHEET
CONTROL PANEL
REPLACING THE LAMP
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BEFORE USING YOUR PRODUCT
You have purchased a wine cellar (wine cooler)
combined with a
freezer. This appliance
is intended for household use only.
For best use of your appliance, please read
these instructions carefully. In them you will
find a description of the appliance and
useful tips on keeping wines and food.
Keep this booklet for future consultation.
1. After unpacking the appliance, make sure that
it is not damaged and that the door closes
properly. Inform your retailer of any damage
within 24 hours.
2. Wait for at least two hours before switching
the appliance on, so that the cooling circuit
has time to reach full efficiency.
3. Make sure that the installation and electrical
connection are carried out by a qualified
engineer according to the manufacturer’s
instructions and the local rules in force.
4. Clean the appliance before using it for the first
time.
SAFEGUARDING THE ENVIRONMENT
1. Packing
The packing material is 100% recyclable and is
labelled with the recycling symbol. Please dispose
of all packing responsibly and carefully. Keep the
packaging material (plastic bags, polystyrene parts,
etc.) out of the reach of children because it is
potentially hazardous.
2. Scrapping/Disposal
The appliance has been made with recyclable
material.
This appliance is marked in conformity with
European Directive 2002/96/EC, Waste Electrical
and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). Making sure
that it is scrapped correctly helps to prevent any
adverse consequences for health and the
environment.
The symbol
on the product, or on the
documents accompanying this appliance indicates
that this product should not be disposed of as
household waste. Please dispose of this appliance
at an Electrical & Electronic Equipment Collection
point as in accordance with local environmental
regulations for waste disposal.
When it is scrapped, make it unusable by cutting
the power cable and removing the doors and
shelves so that children cannot access the inside
easily.
Scrap it according to the local rules for the disposal
of waste and take it to a collection point. Do not
leave it unattended even for a few days because it
is a source of danger for children.
For details of your local Collection Point please
contact your Local Authority.
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Information:
This appliance does not use CFC. The refrigerant
system contains either R134a (HFC) or R600 (HC).
Refer to the rating plate inside the appliance.
For appliances with Isobutane (R600a): isobutane is
a natural gas which has no effect on the
environment but is inflammable. Make sure that
the cooling circuit pipes are not damaged.
Declaration of conformity
• This appliance is intended for storing food and is
manufactured in conformity with European
regulation(EC) No. 1935/2004.
• This appliance has been designed, manufactured
and sold in conformity with:
- the safety objectives of Low Voltage Directive
2006/95/EC (replacing 73/23/EEC and
subsequent amendments);
- the protection requirements of the “EMC”
89/336/CEE Directive, modified by Directive
93/68/CEE.
The appliance’s electrical safety is only assured
when it is correctly connected to an efficient
earthing system complying with legal provisions.
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GENERAL PRECAUTIONS AND SUGGESTIONS
• Use the wine cellar compartment for storing
wines and the freezer compartment only for
storing frozen food, freezing fresh food and
for making ice cubes.
• During installation, make sure the appliance
does not damage the power cable.
• Do not store glass containers with liquids in
the freezer since they may burst.
• Do not eat ice cubes or ice lollies immediately
after taking them out of the freezer since they
may cause cold burns
• Before carrying out any maintenance or
cleaning operation, unplug the appliance or
disconnect it from the power supply.
• Make sure the appliance is not near a heat
source.
• Do not store or use petrol, flammable liquids
or gas in the vicinity of this or other electrical
appliances. In fact, the fumes can cause fires
or explosions.
• 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.
• All appliances equipped with an ice-maker and
water dispenser must be connected to a
water supply that only delivers drinking water
(with mains water pressure of between 1,7
and 8,1 bars (25 and 117 PSI)). Ice-makers
and/or water dispensers not directly
connected to the water supply must be filled
with drinking water only.
• Install and level the appliance on a floor strong
enough to take its weight and in a place
suitable for its size and use.
• For the water connection, use the pipe
supplied with the new appliance; do not reuse
that of the previous appliance.
• The appliance must be handled and installed
by two or more persons.
• Install the appliance in a dry and wellventilated place. The appliance is arranged for
use 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 period at a temperature above or
below 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
Amb. T. (°F)
from 50 to 90
from 61 to 90
from 61 to 100
from 61 to 110
• Be careful not to damage the floors (e.g.
parquet) when moving the appliance.
• Do not use mechanical, electric or chemical
means other than those recommended by the
Manufacturer to speed up the defrost process.
• Do not damage the cooling system of the
refrigerator.
• Do not use or place electrical appliances inside
the product if they are not of the type
expressly authorised by the Manufacturer.
• This appliance is not designed for use by
young children or the infirm without
supervision.
• To avoid the risk of children becoming trapped
and suffocating, do not allow them to play or
hide inside the appliance.
• Power cable modification or replacement
must only be carried out by qualified
personnel.
• Do not use single/multi adapters or extension
cords.
• It must be possible to disconnect the appliance
from the power supply by unplugging it or by
means of a mains double-pole switch installed
upstream of the socket.
• Make sure the voltage specified on the rating
plate corresponds to that of your home.
• Do not swallow the contents (non-toxic) of
the ice packs (in some models).
• The Manufacturer declines any liability if the
above advice and precautions are not
respected.
Important:
• If large amounts of bottles are put in the
appliance, it may take several days for it to
reach a constant temperature.
• The bottles can be stored neatly on the
wooden racks. Each shelf can bear a maximum
weight of 40 Kg.
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GENERAL PRECAUTIONS AND SUGGESTIONS
Remember when arranging
• Place the bottles in a central position on the
rack.
• When closing the door make sure that the
bottles do not touch the door.
• Caution: highly concentrated alcohol must be
kept hermetically closed and in a vertical
position.
• Because of the circulation of air in the
refrigerator, different temperature zones
form:
The colder zones are those near the back
wall, the warmer zones are close to the door.
• Always store bottled wines individually and
not in cases or cardboard boxes.
• The wine cellar has a capacity of up to 50 X
0.75 lts bordeaux type bottles.
The manufacturer shall not accept any
liabilities whatsoever, should the above
recommendations and precautions not be
taken into consideration.
INSTALLATION
• Install the appliance away from heat sources. Direct exposure to the sun’s rays or placing the appliance
near a heat source (radiators, cookers), increase power consumption and should be avoided.
• When this is not possible, the following minimum separations should be respected:
- 30 cm from coal or oil cookers;
- 3 cm from electric and/or gas cookers.
• Clean the inside (see the “Maintenance and cleaning” charter).
• Insert or install the accessories/parts supplied.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT
OPERATION
This appliance is a wine cellar combined with an electronically controlled freezer with
star rating,
and therefore allows separate adjustment of the temperature in the compartments.
The freezer compartment
enables perfect freezing of fresh and cooked food, the production of
ice cubes and storing of frozen and deep-frozen food; defrosting is manual.
The wine cellar compartment, equipped with automatic defrost, enables the storage of wines.
“Vacation” option
The electronic control allows the freezer compartment to be left on with the wine cellar compartment
switched off. To activate this function, with all the appliance on, press the button (5) for 3 seconds until the
wine cellar compartment display (7) goes off and the green light (6) comes on (“Vacation function”); the
freezer display (4) will remain on.
For technical reasons the freezer compartment cannot be switched off with only the wine cellar
compartment switched on.
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INTRODUCTION TO WINE
Storing wine
As is well known, wine will keep for a long time;
if kept in a suitable place white wines will keep
for about two years from the date of harvest,
but should be drunk within a year. Light wines
can instead be kept for up to two years, while
some full-bodied red wines can keep for ten
years and raisin wines even twenty years. When
you buy a bottle of wine put it in the cellar or
another suitable place immediately. Three factors
are vital in the process which starts from the
cultivation of the grape, through to ripening,
harvesting and wine making: light, air humidity
and room temperature. If the taste of the wine is
to reach full maturity while maintaining the
wine’s aroma, it must be stored perfectly by the
interaction of these three factors.
Storage space
Not everyone has an underground storage space
which can be used as a cellar. Just recently
technology has managed to supply a valid
substitute for the classic wine cellar. The Wine
Cellar which you have purchased is a special
appliance designed to contain and store wines
correctly. In fact it should not be used to store
fruit, vegetables and tins but only your favourite
bottles of wine. So, without having a cellar area,
every type of wine can be correctly stored,
matured and enjoyed.
Storage rules
A vital rule for keeping your favourite bottles is
that they should be placed on their sides or
inclined so that the wine bathes the cork. Many
people think that this causes the well-known
“cork” smell. In reality contact between the wine
and the cork helps the elasticity of the cork so
guaranteeing its effectiveness.
Being able to take the bottles easily for use
avoids accidental shaking which, like vibration,
could cause the sediments to suspend again, so
altering the appearance of the wine over time.
Move your bottles as little as possible and let the
wine rest. Also avoid letting the bottles come
into contact with the bottom wall because this
would not only affect efficient defrosting but
could ruin the bottle labels because of the drops
of water collected during defrosting. The shelves
on which the bottles are placed must be of
wood, which efficiently absorbs any vibrations
and keeps the bottle away from the wall which
transmits the cold. The bottles of wine must also
be kept away from substances or places which
have a strong smell because this could easily be
transmitted to the wine.
The temperature
The temperature represents a critical factor
which is important throughout the wine’s life
cycle. It determines wine’s good development
while it remains in the bottle to mature. For best
storage the temperature must be kept constant
in an interval between 8 and 12°C. Rapid and
wide changes of temperature must be avoided:
too high a temperature dilates the liquids and
speeds up the wine maturing, while too low a
temperature (below 4 – 5°C) could cause the
precipitation of tartrates, which could affect the
wine’s appearance. In the extreme case in which
the temperature drops below 0°C, the wine may
freeze and cause the cork to be expelled.
The cork
The cork is a fundamental component of a bottle
of wine: its quality, chosen by the wine producer,
is very important for the maturation of the wine
itself. The perfect condition of the cork, in the
bottles which we buy, depends exclusively on the
standards of use and storage used by the
producer or bottler.
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USING THE WINE CELLAR COMPARTMENT
Wine cellar compartment defrosting is completely automatic. The appliance can operate at ambient
temperatures of between +10°C and +38°C. Optimum performance depends on the climatic class
indicated on the rating plate.
Switching the appliance on and temperature adjustment.
Switch on the power to the appliance.
The ideal temperatures for preserving wines and foods are already factory-set.
When the appliance is switched on for the first time, the acoustic signal sounds and the red light (10)
flashes, indicating that the temperature inside the freezer is still not cold enough for introducing food.
The acoustic signal can be deactivated by pressing the button (11) on the control panel. Place food in
the freezer only when the red alarm light has gone off.
Notes:
• 4-5 hours are required for the wine cellar compartment to reach a suitable temperature for storage.
• The ambient temperature, frequency of door opening and position of the appliance can affect the
temperatures inside the two compartments. These factors should therefore be taken into account
when setting temperatures.
• The space between the shelves and the rear wall inside the refrigerator ensures the free circulation
of air.
• Do not place the bottles in direct contact with the rear wall of the wine cellar compartment.
• Do not place hot food in the compartments.
• Store liquids in closed containers.
Temperature adjustment
The temperature is factory-set to +10 °C (display 7). To change the temperature setting, press the
buttons (8) or (9) on the control panel until obtaining the required value. The temperature will vary
2°C each time the buttons are pressed.
Settable temperature limit:
• +4 °C coldest temperature
• +16 °C warmest temperature
Switching off the wine cellar
Press the button (5) for more than 3 seconds. The temperature shown on the display (7) goes off and
the green light (6) comes on. To reactivate wine cellar operation, press the same button (5) again for
more than 3 seconds.
Wine cellar compartment alarms
The acoustic alarm is activated when the door has been left open for more than 1 minute.
If the door is left open for another minute, the inside light will start flashing and switches off 10 minutes
after door opening, whereas the acoustic alarm will remain activated.
Pressing the Acoustic Alarm button (11) will only silence the acoustic signal, whereas the inside light
will continue to behave as described above.
To completely deactivate the door open alarm, close the refrigerator door. To replace the lamp, refer
to the product sheet.
Control panel lock
To avoid accidental selections (keys pressed by contact with packets and/or food, or by children) the
control panel can be locked by pressing the keys (13) and (14) at the same time for 3 seconds; an
acoustic signal will indicate activation of the function.
With the “Control Panel Lock” function activated, the entire control panel will be locked except for the
“alarm reset” key (11); an acoustic signal sounds and the message “CL” will appear on the freezer
temperature display (4) whenever and for the entire time a key is pressed. To unlock the control panel
proceed as above, pressing the keys (13) and (14) at the same time for 3 seconds.
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USING THE FREEZER COMPARTMENT
The freezer compartment has
star rating. It can be used to store frozen foods for the
period of time indicated on the food packaging. The freezer can also be used to freeze fresh
food by positioning it on the racks; place already frozen food in the lower basket so that it is
not in contact with food still to be frozen.
The quantity of fresh food that can be frozen in 24 hours is given on the rating plate.
Temperature adjustment
The temperature is factory-set to -18°C (display 4). To change the temperature setting, press buttons
(2) or (3) on the control panel until obtaining the required value.
Settable temperature limit:
• -17 °C least cold temperature
• -24 °C coldest temperature
Fast Freeze function. (also called: “Extra Load”, “Super” or “Fast Freezing”)
Activate the fast freezing function by pressing the button (13) on the control panel 24 hours before
placing a large amount of fresh food in the freezer; the food will then freeze in the quickest possible
time.
The function is activated when the yellow light (12) is on.
The “Fast Freeze function” function is automatically deactivated after 48 hours.
In any case, the function can be manually deactivated by pressing the same button again (the yellow
light(12) goes off).
Important
• Wrap and seal the fresh food to be frozen in: aluminium foil, transparent film, waterproof plastic
wrap, polyethylene containers with lids end suitable freezer containers.
• Arrange the food to be frozen in the top drawer, leaving sufficient space around the packs for the air
to circulate freely.
Switching off the appliance
Press the button (1) for 3 seconds. In this way the appliance switches off although remaining powered;
the inside light and all the LEDs on the control panel go off except the Vacation light (6) and displays (4)
and (7) which will show “- -” “- -”.
To reactivate appliance operation, press the same button again for 3 seconds.
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USING THE FREEZER COMPARTMENT
Freezer compartment alarms
Freezer compartment temperature alarm
When the appliance is working or during the freezing phase, the red warning light (10) may come on in
conjunction with an acoustic signal, indicating that the freezer compartment temperature is not
optimum for food storage. This can occur in the following cases:
• during start-up;
• when the appliance is switched on again after defrosting and cleaning;
• when too much food is placed in the freezer;
• when the freezer door does not close properly.
To deactivate the acoustic signal, press the button (11).
The red light (10) will automatically go off when optimum temperature conditions are reached.
Power failure alarm
If a temperature value flashes in the freezer display (4), the acoustic signal sounds and the temperature
adjustment keys are locked. This means that a power failure has occurred for a period long enough not
to guarantee maintenance of the correct storage temperature.
The value shown on the display gives the highest temperature reached by the freezer compartment. To
eliminate the alarm and restore control panel operation, press the Acoustic Alarm button (11) and
check the food, because the compartment temperature has risen above -9°C (temperature limit for
correct food preservation).
Note:
The freezer compartment can maintain a suitable temperature for preserving food, even in case of a
power failure. In any case, it is advisable to avoid opening the compartment door during such periods.
Important:
For frozen fresh food storage times, comply with the table opposite.
When purchasing frozen food products:
• Make sure the packaging is not damaged, since the food
MONTHS
can deteriorate. If the package is swollen or has damp
patches, it has not been stored in optimum conditions
and may have begun to thaw.
2-6
• Purchase frozen food last and use thermal bags to carry
it.
F
• Place frozen foods in the freezer compartment as soon
O
as you get home.
O
• Do not refreeze partially thawed food; consume it
D
within 24 hours.
• Avoid, or reduce temperature variations to the
minimum.
• Respect the expiry date given on the package.
• Always follow the instructions given on the package for
storing frozen foods.
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USING THE FREEZER COMPARTMENT
Removing the baskets
Pull the drawers out as far as they go, then lift them slightly
and remove.
Note:
The freezer can also be used without the drawers, in order to
obtain a larger space; this is possible by removing them,
leaving just the bottom one. Arrange food on the racks.
After introducing the food make sure the freezer
compartment door closes properly.
Making ice cubes
• Fill the ice cube tray up to 2/3 with water and place it in
the freezer compartment.
• Do not use sharp or pointed objects to detach the tray if it
is stuck to the bottom of the freezer grill or drawers.
• Bend the ice tray slightly to facilitate removal of the cubes.
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MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
Cleaning the freezer compartment
Before carrying out any cleaning or maintenance
operation, switch the product off by pressing button (1)
on the control panel for 3 seconds, then unplug the
appliance or disconnect it from the power supply.
The freezer should be defrosted once or twice a year,
or when too much frost has formed on the refrigerant
grills.
It is perfectly normal for frost to form on the cooling
grills. The amount and rate at which it accumulates
depends on the room conditions and how often the
door is opened, and tends to form more on the upper
grills.
It is advisable to defrost when the freezer is nearly
empty.
If possible, activate the “Fast Freeze” function 24 hours
before defrosting, in order to thoroughly freezer the
food; this helps to keep it cold whilst outside the
freezer during defrosting process.
1. Open the freezer door and remove all the food, wrapping
it close together in sheets of newspaper and put it in a
very cool place or in a portable cooler. Leave the freezer
door open to allow the frost to melt.
2. Pull out the defrost water drain and place a container
under the drain. It is advisable to place a cloth in contact
with the cabinet under the drain, to absorb any drops of
water.
3. Clean the inside of the freezer with a sponge soaked in a
solution of lukewarm water and/or mild detergent. Do not
use abrasive substances.
4. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
5. Replace the defrost water drain in its position.
6. Close the freezer door.
7. Reconnect the appliance to the power supply and press
the button (1) again for 3 seconds. An acoustic signal
(temperature alarm) will sound; to deactivate it, press the
button (11). When the red light (10) goes off put the food
back in the freezer.
Note:
If the compartment is not used for prolonged periods, it is
advisable to leave the freezer door open to prevent the
formation of mould, odours and oxidation.
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MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
Cleaning the wine cellar compartment
Wine cellar compartment defrosting is completely
automatic.
Droplets of water on the rear wall inside the wine cellar
compartment indicate that the automatic defrost phase is in
progress. The defrost water is automatically run into a drain
hole and collected in a container where evaporates.
Clean the defrost water drain hole regularly using the tool
supplied, in order to ensure the constant and correct flow of
defrost water.
To clean the wine cellar compartment:
1. Press the button (5) on the control panel for 3 seconds.
2. Empty the wine cellar compartment.
3. Clean the inside of the wine cellar with a sponge soaked in
a solution of lukewarm water and/or mild detergent. Do
not use abrasive substances.
4. Rinse and dry with a soft cloth.
5. Press the button (5) again for 3 seconds to restore wine
cellar compartment operation.
6. Clean the oak wood rack with a damp cloth.
Note:
If the compartment is not used for prolonged periods, it is
advisable to leave the refrigerator door open to prevent the
formation of mould, odours and oxidation.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Before contacting the After-sales Service...
Operation problems are often due to minor causes that can be found and fixed without using any tools.
Noises from the appliance are normal, since the fans and compressors for controlling its operation switch
on and off automatically.
Some noises can be reduced by:
• levelling the appliance and installing it on a flat surface
• separating and preventing contact of the appliance with the cabinets
• making sure the inside parts are correctly positioned
• making sure the bottles and containers are not touching each other
Some possible operation noises:
• hissing when the appliance is switched on the first time or after a long period.
• gurgling when the refrigerant enters the pipes.
• humming when the water valve or fan are activated.
• rattling when the compressor starts up or when the ice drips in the bucket.
• a sudden thud when the compressor starts up or stops.
When you hear these noises...
...your appliance is alive!!!
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
1. The appliance does not work and the displays are off.
• Is there a power failure?
• Is the plug properly inserted in the socket?
• Is the double-pole switch on?
• Are the electric circuit safety devices installed in the house fully functional?
• Is the power cable damaged?
2. The temperature inside the compartments is not cold enough.
• Do the doors close properly?
• Is the appliance installed near a heat source?
• Is the temperature correctly set?
• Is the air circulation through the ventilation grills at the bottom of the appliance obstructed?
3. There is water on the bottom of the wine cellar compartment.
• Is the defrost water drain blocked? (refer to “Maintenance and cleaning”)
4. The inside light does not work.
- Firstly check point 1, then:
• Disconnect the appliance from the power supply. To access the lamp, refer to the instructions and
diagram on the attached product sheet.
• Check the lamp and, if necessary, replace it with a new one (max. 25 W, available only from the Aftersales Service ).
5. The red light on the control panel remains on and/or the acoustic alarm is activated.
The light and alarm are activated for the following reasons:
1. Temperature alarm (red light on and acoustic signal activated)
• Large amounts of fresh food have been recently placed in the freezer
• The freezer door does not close properly (see the section “Using the freezing compartment")
2. Power failure alarm (red light on, acoustic signal activated and freezer display (4) flashing)
• The appliance has undergone a power failure (refer to the section “Using the freezer compartment”)
3. “Faulty freezer sensor” alarm (red led on, acoustic signal activated and the letter C shown on the
freezer display(4))
• The freezer compartment temperature sensor is faulty, but the appliance continues to work with an
emergency procedure. Call the After-sales Service.
4. “Wine cellar sensors defective” alarm (red light on, acoustic signal activated and the letter C or E is
shown on the refrigerator display (7))
• A refrigerator compartment temperature sensor is faulty, but the appliance continues to work with
an emergency procedure. Call the After-sales Service.
Notes:
• If the front edge of the appliance is hot at the door seal edge, this is not a fault and prevents
the formation of condensation.
• If the temperature cannot be adjusted, make sure the “control panel lock” is not activated
AFTER-SALES SERVICE
Before contacting the After-sales Service:
Switch the appliance on again to see if the
problem has been eliminated. If it has not, switch
off the appliance and repeat the operation after
one hour.
If your appliance still does not work properly
after carrying out the checks listed in the
troubleshooting guide and switching the
appliance on again, contact the After-sales
Service, clearly explaining the problem and
specifying:
• the appliance type and serial number (given
on the rating plate).
• the type of fault.
• the model.
• the Service number (the number after the
word SERVICE on the rating plate inside the
appliance).
• your full address
• your telephone number and area code.
Note:
If reversing of appliance door opening is
carried out by the After-sales Service it is
not covered by the warranty.
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PRODUCT SHEET
Carefully read the instructions before using the appliance.
Red wine
White wine
Beer and
sparkly wine
A. Wine cellar compartment
1. Bottle storage shelves
• Red wine area – (least cold area)
• White wine area – (intermediate area)
• Sparkly wine and beer – (coldest area)
2. Light unit (depending on the model)
3. Product control panel (depending on the
model)
4. Rating plate (bottom of the cellar side wall)
B. Freezer compartment
5. Upper basket (freezing area)
6. Frozen/deep frozen food storage
compartment
7. Ice cube tray (inside basket)
8. Freezer compartment inner door
Notes: The number of shelves and shape of the accessories may vary according to the model. All shelves
can be removed.
Caution: The refrigerator/freezer accessories must not be placed in a dishwasher.
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CONTROL PANEL
Freezer compartment
1. Appliance “On/Stand-by” button
2. Freezer temperature increase button
3. Freezer temperature decrease button
4. Freezer temperature display
12. “Extra” load function yellow light
13. “Extra” load function button (+ “Control
panel lock” function)
10. Red warning light
11. Acoustic alarm deactivation button
Wine cellar compartment
5. On/Stand-by wine cellar compartment
button
6. Green On/Stand-by wine cellar
compartment LED
7. Wine cellar compartment temperature
display
8. Wine cellar temperature increase button
9. Wine cellar temperature decrease button
14. “Control panel lock” function button (Child
lock)
CONTROL PANEL LOCK
The control panel can be locked after selecting the temperature of the refrigerator and freezer
compartments. Press the keys (13) and (14) at the same time for at least 3 seconds and an acoustic alarm
will signal activation of the function.
With the “Control panel lock” function activated the entire control panel will remain locked except for the
“alarm deactivation" key (11); if any key is pressed, an acoustic signal will sound and the message “CL” will
appear on the freezer temperature display while the key is pressed. To unlock the control panel, proceed
as above, pressing the buttons (13) and (14) at the same time for at least 3 seconds.
Note: The ambient air temperature, frequency of door opening and position of the appliance can affect
the temperatures inside the refrigerator and freezer compartments. Therefore these factors should
therefore be taken into account when setting temperatures.
REPLACING THE LAMP
Always disconnect the refrigerator from the
power supply before replacing any light bulbs.
1. Loosen the screw and remove the diffuser.
2. When replacing the lamp, remember that this
appliance is fitted with a special lamp (max.
25W with bayonet connector, only available
from the After-sales Service); to remove the
lamp, pull it outwards as indicated by the arrow
(do not unscrew it).
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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.
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Socket outlet / plug (valid for both
countries)
If the fitted plug is not suitable for your socket
outlet, please contact After-sales 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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