Corbero FE850S/2 User Manual

Corbero FE850S/2 User Manual
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FE 850 S/2 (TT 160 C)
FRIGORÍFICO
REFRIGERATOR
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SP/C/28-2. (04.)
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Before installing and using the appliance read this user's instruction book carefully. It contains safety
precautions, hints, information and ideas. If the refrigerator is used in compliance with the
instructions written, it will operate properly and provide you with greatest satisfaction.
The symbols below help you to find things more easily:
Safety precautions
Warnings and information at this symbol serve safety for you and your appliance.
Hints, useful information
Environmental information
Symbol for ideas
At this symbol ideas can be found according to food and its storing.
From the Electrolux Group. The world’s No.1 choice.
The Electrolux Group is the world's largest producer of powered appliances for kitchen, cleaning and outdoor use. More than 55 million Electrolux
Group products (such as refrigerators, cookers, washing machines, vacuum cleaners, chain saws and lawn mowers) are sold each year to a value of
approx. USD 14 billion in more than 150 countries around the world.
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Cont ents
Important safety information ..................................................................................................18
General safety precautions ....................................................................................................18
Precautions for child safety....................................................................................................18
Safety precautions for installation............................................................................................18
Instructions for the User .........................................................................................................19
General information ..............................................................................................................19
Description of the appliance, main parts ..................................................................................19
Handling the appliance .........................................................................................................20
Putting it into use.............................................................................................................20
Controlling the temperature, setting ....................................................................................20
Hints for storage..............................................................................................................20
Storage time and temperature of foods ...............................................................................21
How to use the cooling compartment..................................................................................21
Some useful information and advice ........................................................................................21
Hints and ideas....................................................................................................................21
How to save energy .........................................................................................................21
The appliance and environment..........................................................................................21
Maintenance .......................................................................................................................21
Defrosting.......................................................................................................................21
Regular cleaning .............................................................................................................22
When the refrigerator is not in use......................................................................................22
Trouble shooting ..................................................................................................................22
How to change the bulb ...................................................................................................22
If something does not work ...................................................................................................22
Instructions for the Installer....................................................................................................23
Technical data .....................................................................................................................23
Installing the appliance .........................................................................................................23
Transportation, unpacking.................................................................................................23
Cleaning ........................................................................................................................23
Placement ......................................................................................................................24
Change of door opening direction ......................................................................................25
Electrical connection........................................................................................................26
Storage time chart .................................................................................................................27
Warranty and service .............................................................................................................28
Guarantee conditions ...........................................................................................................28
Service and spare parts....................................................................................................28
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Im por t ant saf e t y inf or mation
General safety precautions
Keep these instructions and they should remain at
the appliance when moving away or changing
owner.
This appliance is designed for storing food,
domestic use and being used according to these
instructions only.
Specialised companies that are qualified to do
so by the manufacturer must carry out service
and repairs including repairing and changing
the power cord. Accessory parts supplied by
them should be used only for repairing. Otherwise
the appliance can be damaged or can cause other
damage or injury.
The appliance is out of circuit only in that case if the
plug is removed from the socket. Before cleaning
and maintenance always unplug it (do not get it by
the cable). If the socket is difficult to reach, switch
off the appliance by cutting off the current.
Power cord must not be lengthened.
Make sure that the power plug is not squashed
or damaged by the back of the fridge/freezer.
- A damaged power plug may overheat and cause a
fire.
Do not place heavy articles or the
fridge/freezer itself on the power cord.
- There is a risk of a short circuit and fire.
Do not remove the power cord by pulling on its
lead, particularly when the fridge/freezer is
being pulled out of its niche.
- Damage to the cord may cause a short-circuit, fire
and/or electric shock.
- If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced
by a certified service agent or qualified service
personnel.
If the power plug socket is loose, do not insert
the power plug.
Check and clean the outlet of melting water
coming during defrosting regularly - a label
inside the appliance warns you for this. If it is
clogged the melting water gathered can cause
earlier failure.
Precautions for child safety
Do not allow children to play with the packaging
of the appliance. Plastic foil can cause
suffocation.
Adults must handle the appliance. Do not allow
children to play with it or its controlling parts.
If you are discarding the appliance pull the plug
out of the socket, cut the connection cable (as
close to the appliance as you can) and remove
the door to prevent playing children to suffer
electric shock or to close themselves into it.
Safety precautions for
installation
Put the appliance to the wall to avoid touching or
catching warm parts (compressor, condenser)
to prevent possible burn.
When moving the appliance take care of the plug
not to be in the socket.
When placing the appliance take care not to
stand it on the power cord.
Adequate air circulation should be around the
appliance, lacking this leads to overheating. To
achieve sufficient ventilation follow the
instructions relevant to installation.
- There is a risk of electric shock or fire.
Without the lamp cover of interior lighting you must
not operate the appliance.
When cleaning, do not use sharp, pointed or hard
devices, as they can cause damage to the
appliance.
Be careful not to allow liquids to the temperature
control and lighting box.
Do not put hot pot to the plastic parts.
Do not store flammable gas and liquid in the
appliance, because they may explode.
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For the safety of life and property keep
the precautions of these user's
instructions as the manufacturer is not
responsible for damages caused by omission.
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Ins tr uctions f or the User
General information
The appliance can meet the requirements of
standards between different temperature limits
according to the climate class.
The official designation of the appliance is home
refrigerator without frozen food compartment.
According to this the appliance is suitable for storing
cooled foods, but it is not suitable for storing frozen
and deep-frozen foods and making ice.
The letter symbol for class of climate can be found
on the data label.
Description of the appliance, main parts
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Wire shelf
Defrost water outlet
Glass shelf
Vegetable box
Data label
Adjustable feet
Butter compartment
Lighting box
Door shelf
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Door gasket
Bottle shelf
Egg tray
Air circulation
Air grid
Condenser
Evaporative tray
Compressor
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Handling the appliance
Putting it into use
Place the accessories into the refrigerator then plug to
the mains socket. To start cooling turn the control dial
on the right-hand side of the fresh food compartment
from „0” clockwise according to the figure. In „0”
position the appliance is out of operation.
The next paragraph will give instructions for setting.
Controlling the temperature, setting
The thermostatic controller interrupts the operation of
the appliance automatically for more or less time
depending on the setting then restarts it assuring the
required temperature.
Turning the control button towards the bigger numbers
cooling becomes more and more intensive.
Setting the knob of the thermostatic control to 3 the
temperature starting automatically in the fresh food
compartment is about +5 °C or below. The 3 position
generally meets the requirements of everyday cooling.
The temperature coming about in the refrigerator is
effected by not only the position of the thermostatic
control but the ambient temperature, frequency of
door openings and the quantity of food put into it
newly, etc.
In the maximum i.e. 5 position - in case of
increased demand e.g. during heatwaves - the
compressor may operate continually. This does not
cause damages to the appliance.
Hints for storage
When placing the different kinds of food take into
consideration the sketch below in figure:
1.
Confectionery, ready-cooked foods, foods in
dishes, fresh meat, cold cuts, drinks
2. Milk, dairy products, foods in dishes
3. Fruits, vegetables, salads
4. Cheese, butter
5. Eggs
6. Yoghurt, sour cream
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Small bottles, soft drinks
8. Big bottles, drinks
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Storage time and temperature of foods
The storage time can not be determined exactly in
advance, as it depends on the freshness and handling
of the cooled food. That is why the storage time made
known is only informative.
If you do not want to use up deep-frozen foods bought
immediately they can be stored for about 1 day (until
dissolving) in this type of refrigerator. If the deepfrozen food has already dissolved, refreezing is not
recommended, it has to be used up as soon as
possible.
How to use the cooling compartment
Developing interior air circulation is necessary
for adequate cooling. For this reason you are
asked not to cover the whole surface of the wire
shelves with paper, trays, etc.
Do not put hot food into the refrigerator.
Allow it to reach room temperature naturally.
In this way unnecessary frost building up can be
avoided.
Foods can take over odours from each
other. So it is essential to put foods in
closed dishes or wrap them in cellophane,
aluminium foil, grease-proof paper or cling film
before placing them into the refrigerator. This way
foods will keep their moisture e.g. vegetables will
not dry out after some days.
Some useful information and
advice
The variable shelves are worth paying attention
to, which increases the usefulness of the fresh
food compartment considerably. Rearranging the
shelves is also possible when the door is open at an
angle of 90°.
Hints and ideas
In this chapter practical hints and ideas are given
about how to use the appliance to reach maximum
energy saving and there is environmental information
about the appliance as well.
How to save energy
Avoid putting the appliance in a sunny place and
near anything that gives off heat.
Wrap products in tightly closing dishes or cling
film to avoid building up unnecessary frost.
Do not leave the door open longer than
necessary and avoid unnecessary openings.
Put foods into the appliance only in a closed
dish.
Put warm foods into the appliance only when
they are at room temperature.
Keep the condenser clean at the back of the
appliance.
The appliance and environment
This appliance does not contain gasses which
could damage the ozone layer, in either its
refrigerant circuit or insulation materials. The
appliance shall not be discarded together with the
urban refuse and rubbish. Avoid damaging the
cooling unit, especially at the rear near the heat
exchanger. Information on your local disposal sites
may be obtained from your municipal authorities.
The materials used on this appliance marked with
the sympol
are recyclable.
Maintenance
Defrosting
Bleeding part of the moisture of cooling chamber in
form of frost and ice goes with the operation of the
refrigerator.
Thick frost and ice has an insulating effect, so it
reduces cooling efficiency as the temperature
increases and it needs more energy.
At this type of appliance defrosting cooling
compartment is automatic without any external
intervention.
The thermostatic control interrupts the operation of
compressor at regular intervals for more or less
time - during this cooling is interrupted temperature of the cooling compartment increases
and defrosting occurs. After defrosting the
thermostatic control restarts operation of the
system.
Melting water flows through defrost water outlet into
the evaporative tray maintained on the top of
compressor and evaporates due to warmth of it.
Check and clean the outlet of melting
water coming during defrosting
regularly. If it is clogged the melting water
Be sure that the condenser and the compressor
are well ventilated. Do not cover the sections where
ventilation is.
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gathered can cause earlier failure as it can go to
the insulating of the appliance.
Clean the melting water outlet with the supplied pipe
scraper that can be seen in the figure. The pipe
scraper has to be stored in the outlet.
Occasionally check the defrost water outlet not to be
clogged up.
The most typical case of clogging up in the defrost
water outlet when you put food wrapped in some
paper into the appliance and this paper contacts back
plate of cooling compartment and freezes to it. If you
remove the food right at this moment the paper will
tear and it can cause clogging up in the outlet by
getting into it. So you are asked to be careful because of the above - when placing foods wrapped
in paper into the appliance.
In case of increased demand e.g. during
heatwaves, the refrigerator temporarily happens
to operate constantly - during this the automatic
defrosting is ineffective.
Remaining small ice and frost stains on back plate of
the cooling compartment after defrosting period is not
abnormal.
Regular cleaning
It is recommended to wash the inside of the
refrigerator in 3-4 weeks time.
Household cleaner or soap must not be used.
After you made it no-current wash the appliance using
lukewarm water and wipe it.
Clean the magnet door rubber profile with clean water.
After cleaning plug the appliance to the mains socket.
Dust and dirt collected on the back of the refrigerator,
condenser is recommended to be removed and clean
the evaporative tray on top of the compressor once or
twice a year.
When the refrigerator is not in use
In case the appliance will not be used for a long time
follow these steps:
Break the circuit of the appliance.
Remove foods from the refrigerator.
Defrost and clean it as written before.
Leave the door open to avoid a build up of air inside.
Trouble shooting
How to change the bulb
Should the light fail to work you can change it as
below:
Break the circuit of the appliance.
Unscrew the plate screw fixing the lamp cover, then
take the lamp cover off in the direction of arrow and
the bulb can be changed. (Type of the bulb: Mignon
322, 230 V, 15 W, E 14 thread)
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After changing bulb replace the lamp cover, screw the
plate screw and apply voltage to the appliance.
The lack of light does not influence operation of the
refrigerator.
If something does not work
During operation of the appliance some smaller but
annoying trouble can often occur, which does not
require calling a technician out. In the following chart
information is given about them to avoid unnecessary
charges on service.
Problem
The appliance does not
cool sufficiently
The appliance cools too
hard
The appliance does not
cool at all
The appliance is noisy
We draw your attention that operation of appliance
goes with certain sounds (compressor- and
circulating sound). This is not trouble, but means
normal operation.
We draw it to your attention again that the
appliance operates discontinuously, so the
stopping of compressor does not mean being nocurrent. That is why you must not touch the
electrical parts of the appliance before breaking
the circuit.
Possible cause
Thermostatic control is set too low.
Too many foods to be cooled were put in.
Very warm foods were put in.
Door is not shut properly.
There is no inside cool air circulation.
The thermostatic control is set too high.
Solution
Set higher position.
Put fewer foods to be cooled.
Put foods max. at room temperature.
Check if the door is shut.
Provide inside cool air circulation.
Set lower position.
Plug is not connected to the mains socket
properly.
There is no voltage in the mains socket.
Thermostatic control is in „0” position.
The appliance is not supported properly.
Check if the connection is proper.
Check if there is voltage.
Check setting of thermostatic control.
Check if the appliance stands stable (all the four
feet should be on the floor).
Inasmuch as the advice does not lead to result, call the nearest brand-mark service.
Ins tr uctions f or the Ins t aller
Technical data
Modell/Type
Gross capacity (l)
Net capacity (l)
Width (mm)
Height (mm)
Depth (mm)
Energy consumption
(kWh/24h)
(kWh/year)
Energy class, according to EU standards
Roted power (W)
Weight (kg)
FE 850 S/2 (TT 160 C)
Fresh food comp.: 159
Fresh food comp.: 148
550
850
600
0,60
219
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Installing the appliance
Transportation, unpacking
It is recommended to deliver the appliance in
original packaging, in vertical position
considering the protective warning on packaging.
After each transportation the appliance must not be
switched on for approx. 2 hours.
Cleaning
Remove every adhesive tape, which ensure the
parts not to move in the appliance.
Wash the inside of the appliance using lukewarm
water and mild detergent. Use soft cloth.
After cleaning wipe out the inside of the appliance.
Unpack the appliance and check if there are damages
on it. Report possible damages immediately to the
place you bought it. In that case retain packaging.
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Placement
The ambient temperature has an effect on the energy
consumption and proper operation of the appliance.
When placing, take into consideration that it is
practical to operate the appliance between ambient
temperature limits according to the climate class that
is given in the chart below and can be found in the
data label.
Class of climate
Ambient temperature
SN
+10 ... +32 °C
N
+16 ... +32 °C
ST
+18 ... + 38 °C
If the ambient temperature goes below the lower data
the temperature of the cooling compartment can go
beyond the prescribed temperature.
If the ambient temperature goes beyond the upper
data this means longer operating time of the
compressor, breakdown in the automatic defrosting
increasing temperature in the cooling compartment or
increasing energy consumption.
When placing the appliance ensure that it stands level.
This can be achieved by two adjustable feet (1) at the
bottom in front. 1-1 piece of distance washer (2) are
accessories of the adjustable feet. If levelling the
appliance requires, these washers can be removed.
Do not stand the appliance on a sunny place or close
to a radiator or cooker.
If it is unavoidable because of furnishing and the
appliance has to be stood near a cooker take these
minimum distances into consideration:
In case of gas or electric cooker 3 cm must be left,
when it is less put a 0,5-1 cm non-flam insulation
between the two appliances.
In case of oil or coal-fired stove the distance must
be 30 cms since they give off more heat.
The refrigerator is designed to operate when it is
totally pushed to the wall.
When placing the refrigerator keep minimal
distances recommended in figure.
A : placing it under a wall-cupboard
B : placing it freely
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Change of door opening direction
Should the setting-up place or handling demand it,
door-opening direction can be refitted from righthanded to left-handed.
Following operations are to be done on the basis of
figures and explanations:
Pull out the plug from the mains socket.
Tilt back the appliance carefully being careful so
that the compressor can not touch the floor. It is
recommended to ask another person for help, who
can keep the appliance at this position safely.
Unscrew the adjustable feet situated on both sides
(2 pieces), in addition the screws fixing the lower
door holders (3 pieces) respectively the screw on
the other side.
Put over the pin in the lower door holding plate in
the direction of the arrow.
Fix the plate on the other side leaving the position
of the door unchanged.
Then screw in the one screw in the place set free
on the other side as well as the adjustable feet
(2 pieces) and set up the box.
For refitting the upper door holder take out the
screws (2 pieces) fixing the plastic top on the back
of the box.
Push back the top and lift it from the fixing
elements.
Unscrew the screws fixing the upper door holder
(2 pieces).
After unscrewing turn over the pin in the door
holder plate in the direction of the arrow.
Fit and fix the door holder plate on the other side
without displacing the door.
Put back the plastic top on the fixing elements and
pull it forward.
Fix the top with the screws (2 pieces) on the back
side of the box.
Put over the handle and the plastic nails on the
other side.
Put the appliance to its place, set it level and plug it
into the mains socket.
In case you do not want to perform the procedures
above, call the nearest brand-mark service.
Technicians will accomplish the refitting expertly for
charge.
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Electrical connection
This refrigerator is designed to operate on a
230 V AC (~) 50 Hz supply.
The plug must be put into a socket with protective
contact. If there is no such, it is recommended to
get an electrician to fit an earthed socket in
compliance with standards near the refrigerator.
This appliance complies with the following
E.E.C. Directives:
73/23 EEC of 19.02.73 (Low Voltage Directive)
and subsequent modifications,
89/336 EEC
Compatibility
modifications.
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of 03.05.89 (Electromagnetic
Directive)
and
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S t or age time char t
Time and method of storage of fresh foods in the refrigerator
Foods
Raw meat
Cooked meat
Roasted meat
Raw minced meat
Roasted minced meat
Cold cuts, Vienna sausage
Fresh fish
Cooked fish
Fried fish
Tinned fish, open
Fresh chicken
Fried chicken
Fresh hen
Boiled hen
Fresh duck, goose
Roasted duck, goose
Butter unopened
Butter opened
Milk in a plastic bag
Cream
Sour cream
Cheese (hard)
Cheese (soft)
Curds
Egg
Spinach, sorrel
Green peas, green beans
Mushroom
Carrot, roots
Bell-pepper
Tomato
Cabbage
Quickly rotting fruits (strawberry, raspberry, etc.)
Other fruits
Tinned fruits opened
Cakes filled with cream
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cling film, airtight
dish covered
dish covered
dish covered
dish covered
cling film, cellophane, grease-proof paper
cling film, airtight
dish covered
dish covered
dish covered
cling film, airtight
dish covered
cling film, airtight
dish covered
cling film, airtight
dish covered
original packaging
original packaging
original packaging
plastic box
plastic box
aluminium foil
cling film
cling film
cling film
cling film
cling film
cling film
cling film
cling film
cling film
cling film
cling film
dish covered
dish covered
Notation:
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possible storage time (concerns to really fresh product only)
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War r ant y and ser vice
Guarantee conditions
Service and spare parts
If calling the service is unavoidable, announce the
trouble at a brand-mark service nearest to your place.
When announcing the appliance has to be identified
according to its data label.
The data label of the appliance is stuck to the wall of
the interior beside the vegetable box in the fresh food
compartment in the bottom on the left side. All
necessary data are there which are needed to the
service announcement (type, model, serial number,
etc.). Note here the data from the data label of your
appliance:
Model
Product No.
Serial No.
Date of purchase:
The Electrolux Group is the world's largest producer of powered appliances for kifchen, cleaning and outdoor use. More than 55 million Electrolux
Group products (such as refrigerations, cookers, washing machines, vaccum cleaners, chain saws and lawn mowers) are sold each year to a value of
approx. USD 14 billion in more than 150 countries around the world.
MENDEZ ALVARO, 20
28045 MADRID
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From the Electrolux Group. The world's No.1 choice.
2004. 02. 16.
The manufacturer reserves the right to make any changes in the products.
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