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Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . 3
About these instructions . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Risk of explosion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Risk of electric shock . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Risk of cold burns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Risk of injury . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Danger due to refrigerants. . . . . . . . . . 4
Avoiding placing children and
vulnerable people at risk . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Damage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
8 Intended use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
7 Environmental protection . . . . . 5
Packaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Old appliances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
5 Installation and connection . . . . 5
Contents of package . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Technical specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Installing the appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Cavity depth. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Side by-side installation . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Over and under installation . . . . . . . . . 6
Tips for saving energy . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Before using your appliance for the first
time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Electrical connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
* Getting to know your appliance
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Appliance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Interior fittings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
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Operating the appliance. . . . . . . 9
Switching on the appliance . . . . . . . . . 9
Switching off and disconnecting
the appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Setting the temperature . . . . . . . . . . .10
Super freezing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
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M Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Door alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Temperature alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
W Freezer compartment. . . . . . . . .11
Freezing smaller amounts
of food . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maximum freezing capacity . . . .
Fully utilising the freezer volume
Purchasing frozen food . . . . . . .
Note when loading products . . .
Freezing fresh food . . . . . . . . . .
Thawing frozen food . . . . . . . . . .
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= Defrosting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Freezer compartment . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
D Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Cleaning the equipment . . . . . . . . . . 14
> Noises . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Normal noises . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Preventing noises . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
3 Faults – what to do?. . . . . . . . . .15
4 Customer service . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Appliance self-test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Repair order and advice
on faults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Guarantee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Safety instructions en
( Safety instructions
This appliance complies with
the relevant safety regulations
for electrical appliances and is
fitted with noise suppression.
The refrigeration circuit has
been checked for leaks.
sno i t cur t sn i y t e f aS
About these instructions
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Read and follow the
operating and installation
instructions. They contain
important information on how
to install, use and maintain
the appliance.
The manufacturer is not
liable if you disregard the
instructions and warnings in
the operating and installation
instructions.
Retain all documents for
subsequent use or for the
next owner.
Risk of electric shock
Improper installations
and repairs may put the user at
considerable risk.
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If the power cord is
damaged: Immediately
disconnect appliance from
the power supply.
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Have the appliance repaired
by the manufacturer,
customer service or a
similarly qualified person
only.
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Use original parts supplied
by the manufacturer only.
The manufacturer
guarantees that these parts
satisfy the safety
requirements.
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Only purchase an extension
cable from customer service.
Risk of cold burns
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Risk of explosion
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Never use electric devices
inside the appliance (e.g.
heaters or electric ice
makers).
Do not store products which
contain flammable
propellants (e.g. spray cans)
or explosive substances in
the appliance.
Store high-percentage
alcohol tightly closed and
standing up.
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Never put frozen food
straight from the freezer
compartment into your
mouth.
Avoid prolonged contact of
skin with frozen food, ice and
the tubes in the freezer
compartment.
Risk of injury
Containers which contain
carbonated drinks may burst.
Do not store containers which
contain carbonated drinks in
the freezer compartment.
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en Safety instructions
Danger due to refrigerants
The tubes of the refrigeration
circuit contain a small quantity
of the environmentally friendly
but flammable refrigerant
R600a. It does not damage the
ozone layer and does not
increase the greenhouse effect.
If refrigerant escapes, it may
injure your eyes or ignite.
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Do not damage the tubes
If the tubes are damaged:
Keep naked flames and
ignition sources away from
the appliance.
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Ventilate the room.
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Switch off the appliance and
pull out the mains plug.
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Call the after-sales service.
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Avoiding placing children and
vulnerable people at risk
At risk are:
Children,
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People who have limited
physical, mental or sensory
abilities,
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People who have inadequate
knowledge concerning safe
operation of the appliance.
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Measures:
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Ensure that children and
vulnerable people have
understood the hazards.
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Children or vulnerable
people must be supervised
by a responsible person
when using the appliance.
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Only children from 8 years
and above may use the
appliance.
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Supervise children while the
appliance is being cleaned
or maintained.
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Never allow children to play
with the appliance.
Risk of suffocation
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If the appliance features a
lock: keep the key out of the
reach of children.
Keep children away from the
packaging and its parts.
Damage
To prevent damage:
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Do not stand or support
yourself on the base, runners
or doors.
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Keep plastic parts and door
seals free of oil and grease.
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Pull the mains plug – not the
power cord.
Weight
When installing and
transporting the appliance, note
that it may be very heavy.
~ "Installation location"
on page 6
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Intended use en
8 Intended use
Use this appliance
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only for freezing food and making
ice.
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only in the home and in the home
environment.
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only according to these operating
instructions.
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This appliance is intended for use up to
a maximum height of 2000 metres
above sea level.
7 Environmental
protection
Caution!
Refrigerant and harmful gases may
escape.
Do not damage the tubes of the
refrigerant circuit and insulation.
1. Remove the mains plug.
2. Sever the power cord.
3. Have the appliance disposed of
professionally.
This appliance is labelled in
accordance with European
Directive 2012/19/EU
concerning used electrical and
electronic appliances (waste electrical
and electronic equipment - WEEE). The
guideline determines the framework for
the return and recycling of used
appliances as applicable throughout the
EU.
Packaging
no i t ce t orp l a t nemnor i vnE
All materials are environmentally safe
and recyclable:
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Dispose of packaging in an
environmentally friendly manner.
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Please ask your dealer or inquire at
your local authority about current
means of disposal.
Old appliances
Valuable raw materials can be
reclaimed by recycling old appliances.
: Warning
Children may become locked in the
appliance and suffocate!
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To prevent children from climbing in,
leave shelves and containers in the
appliance.
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Keep children away from the
redundant appliance.
5 Installation and
connection
Contents of package
no i t c en o c dna no i t a l a t s n I
After unpacking all parts, check for any
damage in transit.
If you have any complaints, contact the
dealer from whom you purchased the
appliance or our after-sales service.
~ "Customer service" on page 16
The delivery consists of the following
parts:
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Built-in appliance
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Interior fittings (depending on model)
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Installation material
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User manual
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Installation instructions
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Customer service booklet
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Warranty enclosure
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Information on the energy
consumption and noises
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en Installation and connection
Technical specifications
Refrigerant, cubic capacity and further
technical specifications can be found on
the rating plate.
~ "Getting to know your appliance"
on page 8
Installing the appliance
Installation location
The more refrigerant an appliance
contains, the larger the room must be
in which the appliance is situated.
Leaking refrigerant can form
a flammable gas-air mixture in rooms
which are too small.
The room must be at least 1 m³ per 8 g
of refrigerant. The amount of refrigerant
in your appliance is indicated
on the rating plate inside the appliance.
~ "Getting to know your appliance"
on page 8
The weight of the appliance may be up
to 40 kg depending on the model.
Permitted room temperature
The permitted room temperature
depends on the climatic class of the
appliance.
Information on the climatic class can be
found on the rating plate.
~ "Getting to know your appliance"
on page 8
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Climatic
category
Permitted room
temperature
SN
+10 °C ... 32 °C
N
+16 °C ... 32 °C
ST
+16 °C ... 38 °C
T
+16 °C ... 43 °C
The appliance is fully functional within
the permitted room temperature.
If an appliance of climatic class SN is
operated at colder room temperatures,
the appliance will not be damaged up to
a room temperature of +5 °C.
Cavity depth
A cavity depth of 56 cm
is recommended for the appliance.
If the cavity depth is smaller – at least
55 cm – the energy consumption
increases slightly.
Side by-side installation
It is only possible to install appliances
side by side with a gap of at least
15 cm.
Over and under installation
You can install an additional refrigerator
above your appliance.
Installation and connection en
Tips for saving energy
If you follow the instructions below, your appliance will use less power.
Note: The arrangement of the features does not affect the energy consumption of
the appliance.
Installing the appliance
Keep the appliance out of direct sunlight.
Install the appliance as far away as possible from
heating elements, cooker and other heat sources:
3 cm to electric or gas cookers.
30 cm to an oil or solid-fuel cooker.
Note: If this is not possible, attach an insulating
plate between the appliance and heat source.
The appliance must cool less frequently at low
ambient temperatures and therefore consumes less
power.
Select an installation location at a room temperature
of approx. 20 °C.
Use a cavity depth of 56 cm.
The air on the rear panel of the appliance does not
warm up so intensely. The appliance consumes less
Caution!
power if the warm air can escape.
Risk of burns!
Individual parts of the appliance become hot during
operation. Touching these parts may result in burns.
Do not cover or block the ventilation openings.
Ventilate the room daily.
Using the appliance
Open the appliance door only briefly.
Transport purchased food in a cool bag and place
quickly in the appliance.
The air in the appliance does not warm up so
intensely. The appliance must cool less frequently
and therefore consumes less power.
Allow warm food and drinks to cool down before
placing in the appliance.
Thaw frozen food in the refrigerator compartment in
order to utilise the low temperature of the frozen
food.
Always leave a space between the food and the rear The air can circulate and the air humidity will
panel.
remain constant. The appliance must cool less frequently and therefore consumes less power.
Pack food airtight.
Vacuum the back of the appliance once a year.
Do not cover or block the ventilation openings.
The air on the rear panel of the appliance does not
warm up so intensely. The appliance consumes less
power if the warm air can escape.
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en Getting to know your appliance
Before using your appliance
for the first time
1. Remove leaflets, adhesive tape and
protective film.
2. Clean the appliance.
~ "Cleaning" on page 14
* Getting to know your
appliance
Fold out the last page with the
diagrams. The appliance and diagrams
may differ according to features.
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Electrical connection
Caution!
Do not connect the appliance to
electronic energy saver plugs.
Note: You can connect the appliance
to mains-controlled and sine-controlled
inverters.
Mains-controlled inverters are used for
photovoltaic systems which are
connected directly to the national grid.
Sine-controlled inverters must be used
for isolated applications. Isolated
applications, e.g. on ships or in
mountain lodges, which are not
connected directly to the national grid.
1. After installing the appliance, wait at
least 1 hour before connecting it to
prevent damaging the compressor.
2. Connect the appliance via a
correctly installed socket.
The socket must comply with the
following data:
Socket with
220 V ... 240 V
Conductor
50 Hz
Fuse
10 A ... 16 A
Outside Europe: Check whether the
indicated current type of the
appliance corresponds with the
values of your power supply.
Appliance specifications are on the
rating plate.
~ "Getting to know your appliance"
on page 8
3. Connect the appliance to a socket
near the appliance.
The socket must be freely
accessible even after the appliance
has been installed.
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Appliance
~ Fig. !
* Not all models.
(...@ Controls
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Frozen food container
P
Frozen food container (large)
X*
Freezer calendar
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Shelf
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Rating plate
Controls
~ Fig. "
( Button #
Switches the appliance on or off.
0 Freezer compartment
temperature display
Indicates the set temperature
in °C.
8 super display
Lights up if super freezing is
switched on.
@ Button °C freezer compartment
Sets the temperature of the
freezer compartment.
Operating the appliance en
Interior fittings
(not all models)
Shelf
~ Fig. #
You can vary the shelf:
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Pull out and remove the shelf.
Container
~ Fig. $
You can remove the container:
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Pull out the container all the way, lift
at the front and remove.
Freezer calendar
~ Fig. !/X*
The freezer calendar indicates the
maximum storage duration in months at
a constant temperature of –18 °C.
Ice cube tray
1 Operating the
appliance
Switching on the appliance
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1. Press the # button.
The appliance begins to cool.
2. Set the required temperature.
~ "Setting the temperature"
on page 10
Operating tips
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You can make ice cubes:
1. Fill the ice cube tray 3/4 full with
water and place in the freezer
compartment.
Note: If the ice cube tray is stuck to
the freezer compartment, loosen with
a blunt implement only (e.g. spoon
handle).
2. To loosen the ice cubes, twist the ice
cube tray slightly or hold briefly
under flowing water.
Ice pack
In the event of a power failure or a fault:
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The ice pack delays the warming of
the stored frozen food.
Note: The longest storage time is
obtained by placing the ice pack on the
food in the top compartment.
You can take out the ice pack for
temporarily keeping food cool, e.g. in a
cool bag.
After the appliance has been
switched on, it may take several
hours until the set temperatures
have been reached. Do not put in
any food until the selected
temperature has been reached.
The sides of the housing are partly
heated slightly. This prevents
condensation in the area of the door
seal.
If the freezer compartment door
cannot be immediately re-opened
after it has been closed, wait until the
resulting low pressure has
equalised.
Switching off and
disconnecting the appliance
Switching off the appliance
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Press the # button.
The appliance no longer cools.
Disconnecting the appliance
If you do not use the appliance for a
prolonged period:
1. Press the # button.
The appliance no longer cools.
2. Pull out the mains plug or switch off
the fuse.
3. Clean the appliance.
4. Leave the appliance open.
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en Operating the appliance
Setting the temperature
Manual super freezing
Manual super freezing cools the freezer
compartment as cold as possible.
Recommended temperature
Freezer compartment:
–18 °C
Freezer compartment
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Keep pressing the button °C until
the display indicates the required
temperature.
Super freezing
Automatic super freezing
The automatic super freezing
automatically switches itself on when
warm food items are placed inside the
freezer.
With automatic super freezing, the
freezer compartment cools to a much
lower temperature than for normal
mode.
Super freezing quickly freezes food
solid.
Note: When automatic super freezing is
switched on, increased operating noises
may occur.
Once the automatic super freezing has
finished, the appliance automatically
switches to normal mode.
To manually cancel automatic super
freezing:
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press the °C button.
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Switch on super freezing mode, e.g.:
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to freeze food solid as quickly as
possible
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4 ... 6 hours before freezing food
weighing 2 kg or more
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to use the max. freezing capacity
~ "Maximum freezing capacity"
on page 12
Note: When super freezing is switched
on, increased operating noises may
occur.
After approx. 2 ^ days the appliance
switches to normal operation.
To switch super freezing on/off:
Press the °C button.
If super freezing is switched on, the
display lights up 8.
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Alarm en
M Alarm
Door alarm
mr a l A
The door alarm (continuous signal)
switches on if the appliance door is
open for longer than one minute.
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Close the door or press the °C
button.
The warning signal is switched off.
Temperature alarm
If the freezer compartment becomes too
warm, the temperature alarm
(intermittent signal) switches on.
Caution!
During the thawing process, bacteria
may occur and spoil the frozen food
Do not refreeze thawing or thawed food.
Refreeze food only after cooking. Do
not store the frozen produce for the
max. storage period.
Note: The alarm may be actuated
without risk to the frozen food in the
following cases:
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The appliance is switching on.
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Large quantities of fresh food are put
in.
■
The freezer compartment door has
been open too long.
To switch the warning signal off:
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Press the °C button.
The display once again indicates the
set temperature.
W Freezer compartment
The freezer compartment is suitable for:
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storing frozen food
■
making ice cubes
■
freezing food
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The temperature can be set from
–16 °C ... –24 °C.
The freezer compartment can be used
to store perishable foods long-term
almost without any noticeable reduction
in quality, as the low temperatures
considerably slow down or stop
deterioration. Appearance, flavour and
all valuable ingredients are largely
retained.
Long-term storage of food should be at
–18 °C or lower.
The time between putting fresh food in
the freezer compartment and it freezing
solid depends on the following factors:
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set temperature
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type of food
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amount of food in the freezer
compartment
■
quantity and type of storage
Freezing smaller amounts of
food
Place the food:
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in the top frozen food container
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starting from the outer right
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over a wide area
The food will freeze most quickly this
way.
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en Freezer compartment
Maximum freezing capacity
The maximum freezing capacity
indicates the quantity of food which can
be frozen solid within 24 hours.
Information on the max. freezing
capacity can be found on the rating
plate.
~ "Getting to know your appliance"
on page 8
To use the maximum freezer capacity,
switch on Super freeze 24 hours before
placing the fresh food in the freezer
compartment.
Purchasing frozen food
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Note when loading products
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Prerequisites for max. freezing
capacity
1. Approx. 24 hours before inserting
fresh produce: switch on super
freezing.
~ "Manual super freezing"
on page 10
2. Take the container out of the freezer
compartment and stack the food
directly on the shelves and on the
floor of the freezer compartment.
3. First fill the upper compartment with
food. This is where the food will
freeze most quickly.
Fully utilising the freezer
volume
To place the maximum quantity of
frozen food in the freezer compartment:
■
remove all fittings.
■
Store food directly on the shelves
and on the floor of the freezer
compartment.
Ensure the packaging is not
damaged.
Do not exceed the minimum sell-by
date.
The temperature in the supermarket
freezer must be –18 °C or lower.
If possible, transport frozen food in a
cool bag and place quickly in the
freezer compartment.
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Freeze large quantities of food in the
top compartment.
This is where the food will freeze
especially quickly and gently.
Distribute food in the compartments
or frozen food containers.
Do not bring food which is to be
frozen into contact with frozen food.
If required, restack frozen food in the
frozen food containers.
Important for unrestricted air
circulation in the appliance:
push in frozen food container all the
way.
Freezing fresh food
Freeze only fresh and undamaged food.
Food which is boiled, fried or baked is
more suitable for freezing than food
which is raw.
Before freezing food, make preparations
appropriate to the food in order to retain
the best possible nutritional value,
flavour and colour:
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Vegetables: wash, chop, blanch.
■
Fruit: wash, pit and perhaps peel,
possibly add sugar or ascorbic acid
solution.
Information on how to do this can be
found in the relevant literature.
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Freezer compartment en
Suitable for freezing
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Baked goods
Fish and seafood
Meat
Poultry and game
Vegetables, fruit and herbs
Eggs without shells
Dairy products, e.g. cheese, butter
and quark
Ready meals and leftovers, e.g.
soups, stews, cooked meat and fish,
potato dishes, soufflés and desserts
Not suitable for freezing
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Types of vegetables which are
usually eaten raw, e.g. lettuce or
radishes
Unpeeled or hard boiled eggs
Grapes
Whole apples, pears and peaches
Yoghurt, soured milk, sour cream,
creme fraiche and mayonnaise
Packing frozen food
The correct type of packaging and
material selection are decisive factors in
the retention of the product quality and
prevent the development of freezer
burn.
1. Place food in packaging.
2. Remove air.
3. Pack food airtight to prevent it from
losing flavour and drying out.
4. Label packaging with contents and
date of freezing.
Suitable packaging:
Plastic film
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Tubular film made of polyethylene
(PE)
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Aluminium foil
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Freezer containers
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Suitable locks:
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Rubber bands
■
Plastic clips
■
Cold-resistant adhesive tape
Not suitable packaging:
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Wrapping paper
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Greaseproof paper
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Cellophane
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Refuse bags and used shopping
bags
Shelf life of frozen food at –18 °C
Fish, sausage, ready meals
and cakes and pastries:
up to 6 months
Meat, poultry:
up to 8 months
Fruit, vegetables:
up to 12 months
Thawing frozen food
The thawing method must be adjusted
to the food and application in order to
retain the best possible product quality.
Thawing methods:
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in the refrigerator compartment
(especially suitable for animal-based
foods such as fish, meat, cheese,
quark)
■
at room temperature (bread)
■
in the microwave (food for
immediate consumption or
immediate preparation)
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in the oven/cooker (food for
immediate consumption or
immediate preparation)
Caution!
Do not refreeze thawing or thawed food.
You can only refreeze the food when it
has been used for a ready-to-eat meal
(boiled or fried).
The frozen food can no longer be stored
for the maximum duration.
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en Defrosting
= Defrosting
Freezer compartment
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As the frozen food may not start
thawing, the freezer compartment does
not defrost automatically. A layer of
hoarfrost in the freezer compartment
impairs refrigeration of the frozen food
and increases power consumption.
■
Remove the layer of frost regularly!
Caution!
Avoid any damage to the pipes of the
refrigeration circuit.
If refrigerant escapes, it may injure your
eyes or ignite.
■
Do not scrape off hoarfrost or ice
with a knife or pointed object.
Proceed as follows:
1. Switch on the super freezing approx.
4 hours before defrosting.
This means that the food reaches
very low temperatures and it can be
stored for longer at room
temperature.
2. Remove the frozen food and place
temporarily in a cool location.
3. Switch off the appliance.
4. Pull out the mains plug or switch off
the fuse.
5. To accelerate the defrosting
process: place a pan of hot water on
a trivet in the freezer compartment.
6. Wipe up the condensation water with
a cloth or sponge.
7. Wipe the freezer compartment dry.
8. Switch on the appliance.
9. Put the frozen food back into the
appliance.
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D Cleaning
Caution!
Avoid damaging the appliance and the
fittings.
■
Do not use abrasive, chloride or
acidic cleaning agents or solvents.
■
Do not use scouring or abrasive
sponges.
The metallic surfaces may corrode.
■
Never clean the shelves
or containers in the dishwasher.
The parts may become deformed.
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Proceed as follows:
1. Switch off the appliance.
2. Pull out the mains plug or switch off
the fuse.
3. Take out the food and store
4.
5.
6.
7.
in a cool location.
Place an ice pack (if available)
onto the food.
If present: Wait until the layer of frost
has thawed.
Clean the appliance with a soft cloth,
lukewarm water and a little
pH-neutral washing-up liquid.
Wipe the door seal with clear water
and dry thoroughly with a cloth.
Reconnect and switch on appliance
and place food into it.
Cleaning the equipment
To clean, take the variable parts out of
the appliance.
~ "Interior fittings" on page 9
Noise en
> Noises
Louder: automatic or manual super
freezing is switched on.
Normal noises
Preventing noises
Droning: A motor is running, e.g.
refrigerating unit, fan.
Bubbling, buzzing or gurgling:
Refrigerant is flowing through the tubes.
Clicking: Motor, switches or solenoid
valves are switching on and off.
Appliance is not level: Align appliance
using a spirit level. If required, place a
little packing underneath.
Containers, shelves or storage
compartments wobble or stick: Check
the removable fittings and re-insert if
required.
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3 Faults – what to do?
Before you call customer service, use this table to check whether you can rectify the
fault yourself.
?od o t t ahw – s t l uaF
Temperature differs greatly from the set value.
Switch off appliance for 5 minutes.
~ "Switching off and disconnecting the appliance"
on page 9
If the temperature is too warm, check temperature
again after a couple of hours.
If the temperature is too cold, check temperature
again on the following day.
Displays do not illuminate.
The mains plug has not been inserted properly.
Connect the mains plug.
The fuse has tripped.
Check the fuses.
The power has failed.
Check whether the power is on.
The display flashes and the warning signal sounds.
Press the °C button. The alarm is switched off.
Appliance door is open.
Close the appliance door.
Ventilation openings have been covered.
Clear the ventilation openings.
Large quantities of fresh food were placed into the
appliance.
Do not exceed maximum freezing capacity.
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Appliance is not cooling, display and lighting are lit.
Showroom mode switched on.
Start the appliance self-test.
~ "Appliance self-test" on page 16
When the programme has ended, the appliance
switches over to normal operation.
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4 Customer service
If you are unable to rectify the fault,
please contact our customer service.
We will always find an appropriate
solution in order to avoid unnecessary
visits by engineers.
The contact information for your nearest
customer service can be found here or
on the enclosed customer service list.
When calling, please state the product
number (E-Nr.) and the production
number (FD) which can be found on the
rating plate.
~ "Getting to know your appliance"
on page 8
Trust the expertise of the
manufacturer. You can therefore be
sure that the repair is carried out by
trained service technicians who carry
original spare parts for your domestic
appliances.
ec i v res remo t suC
Appliance self-test
Your appliance features a self-test
programme which displays the fault
which your customer service can rectify.
1. Switch off the appliance and
wait 5 minutes.
2. Switch on the appliance.
3. Within the first 10 seconds after
switching on, press and hold the °C
button for 3 to 5 seconds until
-24 °C lights up on the freezer
compartment temperature display
and an audible signal sounds.
The self-test starts when the
temperature displays are lit up in
succession. While the self-test is
running, a long audible signal
sounds in the meantime.
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If 2 audible signals sound after the
end of the self-test and the set
temperature is once again displayed,
your appliance is OK.
If 5 audible signals sound and the
display flashes super for
10 seconds, notify Customer
Service.
When the programme has ended,
the appliance switches over to normal
operation.
Note: If the freezer compartment was
warm before the self-test, the
temperature alarm (intermittent signal)
switches on.
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Customer service en
Repair order and advice on
faults
Contact information for all countries can
be found on the enclosed customer
service list.
GB 0344 892 8979
Calls charged at local or
mobile rate
IE
0.03 € per minute at
peak. Off peak 0.0088 €
per minute.
01450 2655
US 800 944 2904
toll-free
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Guarantee
Detailed information on the warranty
period and warranty conditions in your
country are available from your
customer service, your dealer and on
our website.
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