Dometic RH455LD User Manual

Dometic RH455LD User Manual
Instruction for Use
miniBar
RH 430 LD
RH 438 LD
RH 440 LD(G)
RH 441 LD
RH 448 LD
RH 460 LD
RH 461 LDG
RH 468 LD
DE
RH 436 D
RH 438 D
RH 447 D
RH 448 D
RH 468 D
RH 455 LD
RH 456 LD
RH 456 LDE
INSTRUCTION FOR USE / INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION
ABSORPTION - REFRIGERATOR
T.B. MB 03/2006
Type HC20 / 60
821 2693 -61
English
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.0
INTRODUCTION
3
2.0
FOR YOUR SAFETY
3
2.1 Warnings and Safety Advice
2.2 Coolants
3
3
3.0
WARRANTY AND
CUSTOMER SERVICE
3
4.0
INSTALLATION
4
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
The Purpose of this Manual
Tools/Materials Required
Unpacking
Cleaning
Installation
Securing
Connecting the Device to the
Electricity Supply
4.8 Changing the Sliding Hinge
4.9 Changing the Doorhang
4
4
4
4
5
6
7
INSTRUCTION FOR USE
10
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.11
5.12
10
10
10
10
11
12
13
13
13
13
14
15
5.0
8
9
Initial Operation
Temperature Control
Automatic Defrost Function
Leakage Detection
Automatic Door Control (ADC)
Interior Light
Environmental Advice
Disposal
Energy Saving Tips
Declaration
Check List
Technical Data
Model No.
Information
Attention
Environmental
Advice
Warning
Product No.
Serial No.
These operating instructions should be kept in a safe place.
If this device is passed on, please include these operating instructions with it.
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1.0
INTRODUCTION
You have made an excellent choice by choosing the Dometic miniBar.
We are convinced that you will be satisfied with your new appliance in every way.
Silent in operation, the miniBar fulfils high quality standards and guarantees
an efficient use of resources and energy during its entire working life, i.e.
during manufacturing, use and disposal.
Please study the installation and operating instructions carefully before
attempting to operate the miniBar.
2.0
FOR YOUR SAFETY
2.1
Warnings and Safety Advice
2.2
In the interests of children's safety:
When disposing of the refrigerator, remove all doors and leave the
shelves inside. This prevents children from being accidentally trapped or
suffocated in the refrigerator.
Never open the cooling unit - it is under high pressure.
Never store explosive substances, such as lighter fuel, petrol, ether or
similar products in the miniBar.
The minibar is not suitable for the proper storage of medications.
The miniBar must be installed in such a way that accidental contact with
the cooling unit (which heats up when in use) is impossible.
The appliance has to be connected to a properly earthed socket in line
with the relevant valid country regulations.
Servicing must only be carried out by authorised service personnel.
Coolants
Ammonia is used as a coolant.
This is a natural compound also used in household cleaning agents (1 litre of
Salmiak cleaner contains up to 200g of ammonia - about twice as much as is
used in the refrigerator). Sodium chromate is used for corrosion protection
(less than 2% of the coolant).
If a leak occurs (which can be easily detected due to the unpleasant smell):
Switch the device off (pull mains plug, if applicable);
Ventilate room thoroughly.
Inform hotel personnel.
For the safety of hotel guests and personnel, it has been established by
inspectors that the coolant poses no threat to health.
3.0
WARRANTY AND CUSTOMER SERVICE
Warranty arrangements are in accordance with EC Directive 44/1999/CE and the
normal conditions applicable for the country concerned.
For warranty or other servicing, please contact our Dometic Service department.
Any damage due to improper use is not covered by the warranty. The warranty
does not cover any modifications to the appliance or the use of non-original
Dometic parts; the warranty does not apply if the installation and operating
instructions are not adhered to and no liability shall be entertained. Parts can be
ordered throughout Europe from our Dometic Service department.
When contacting customer service, please always state model, product,
MLC-Code and serial number! You can find this information on the model
label inside the device. e.g.
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4.0
4.1
INSTALLATION
The Purpose of this Manual
The manual shows you how to:
install the miniBar correctly.
operate the miniBar correctly.
guarantee the miniBar´s correct maintenance and functioning.
deal with faults by yourself.
4.2
Tools / Materials Required
You will need the following tools for initial operation:
mild detergent
4.3
Unpacking
Check during unpacking that the device is defect-free.
Report transport damage to the transport company within 48 hours.
Check that the voltage noted on the model label corresponds to the
mains voltage.
Depending on the model, the following parts can be found in the
miniBar :
2x
4.4
Cleaning
Before operating the miniBar, we recommend you clean it both inside and
outside.
Use a soft cloth, lukewarm water and a mild detergent.
Following this, wash out the miniBar using clean water and dry
thoroughly.
At annual intervals, remove dust from fridge aggregate using a brush or
soft cloth.
ATTENTION
To prevent material damage:
Do not use soap or detergents which are harsh, coarse or
which contain soda.
Keep the door seal free from oil and grease.
The cylinder locks have been lubricated in the factory to be long-lasting.
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4.5
Installation
200 cm²
20 mm
IMPORTANT:
Please follow the installation details below
carefully. Guarantee is valid for products
installed as described only.
1. The refrigerator must be level both directions
2. There sould be 20mm clearance to the wall
3. Ventilation must be provided as shown in
alternatives A,B,C or D
4. The ventilation duct must at least measure
105mm x the wtdth of the refrigerator
5. Only the entire cooling unit must project into
the duct as shown
6 Air passing through the duct must not be
preheated by any source of heat
7. Ventilation grills, if used, must have openings
of at least 200cm² each
Where a socket outlet is used for the mains connection lead, the
outlet must be freely accessible.
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4.6
Securing
4.6.1
RH456LD/E
1. Tighten screw.
4.6.2
2. Put on cap.
RH430LD, RH440LD(G), RH441LD, RH460LD, RH461LDG
RH436D, RH447D, RH438(L)D, RH448(L)D,RH468(L)D
The miniBar must be screwed onto the cupboard using the lower hinges.
1. Tighten screw.
2. Put on cap.
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4.7
Connecting the Device to the Electricity Supply
The device must be connected to a properly earthed socket in line with
the relevant valid country regulations.
Check prior to initial operation that the voltage
noted on the model label corresponds to the
mains voltage.
If this is not the case, do not connect the
device and contact your dealer!
If the connection cable is damaged it must be replaced by the
Customer Service at Dometic, or by respectively qualified personnel,
in order to prevent any hazards.
4.7.1
Attention: For GB Only !
Plug connection (for United Kingdom only)
If a 3-pin plug is used, it should be fitted with a 3 amp fuse,
with other plug types, the circuit should contain a 5 amp fuse.
Warning - This appliance must be earthed.
IMPORTANT
The wires in the mains lead of this appliance
are coloured in accordance with the following
code:
GREEN and YELLOW
: EARTH
BLUE
: NEUTRAL
BROWN
: LIVE
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead
may not correspond with the coloured markings
identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as
follows.
1. Connect the GREEN and YELLOW coloured wire to the plug terminal
marked letter E or earth symbol or coloured green or green and yellow.
2. Connect the BROWN coloured wire to the plug terminal marked letter L
or coloured red.
3. Connect the BLUE coloured wire to the plug terminal marked letter N or
coloured black.
Moulded-On Plug Version
The mains lead is fitted with a non-rewirable moulded-on plug containing a 3 amp fuse. If the fuse requires replacing at any time, the fuse
cover/carrier should be removed using a small screwdriver to level out. The
old fuse should be replaced by a 3 amp ASTA approved BS1362 fuse and
the fuse cover/carrier must be refitted before the plug is used again.
If the fuse cover-carrier is lost, a replaceement can be obtained from the
Dometic service Shops.
The fuse cover/carrier must be of the same colour as that of the coloured
insert in the base of the plug. In no circumstances must the plug be used
without a correct fuse cover/carrier fitted. ......
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If the plug supplied on the mains lead is not suitable for the socket in your
home, it should be cut off and disposed of safely, or destroyed, to avoid any
possible shock hazard resulting from the plug being inserted into a 13 amp
socket elswhere in the use. A suitable replacement plug should then be
fitted as given above.
4.8
Changing the Sliding Hinge
(possible with RH430LD, RH436D, RH438LD, RH440LD, RH441LD, RH448 LD, RH447D,RH460LD,
RH468LD)
2.
1.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Distance to cupboard door (A)
1.
mm
A
2.
mm
1. When closed, the cupboard door (A)
must not lie against the rest of the
surrounding cupboard area
(distance 1-2mm).
2. There must be a distance of 6-8mm
between the cupboard door and the
miniBar.
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4.9
Changing the Doorhang
( RH436D, RH447D, RH430LD, RH440LD(G), RH441LD,
RH460LD, RH461LDG, RH438LD, RH448LD,RH468LD)
L
1.
R
2.
3.
2.
1.
4.
5.
7.
6.
R
L
1.
2.
8.
12.
9.
10.
13.
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11.
5.0
INSTRUCTION FOR USE
5.1
Initial Operation
The device must be plugged into a properly
earthed socket.
The miniBar achieves its operating
temperature after several hours.
The miniBar operates silently !
5.2
Temperature Control
min.
5.3
The miniBar is fitted with an electronic
temperature control. The thermostat control
button is situated in the internal container’s
rear area. (RH455LD, RH456LD/E: the
thermostat button is situated in the
unrefrigerated compartment).
max.
Automatic Defrost Function
The first defrosting phase commences 39 hours after the initial operation
(5.1) and lasts for two hours.
After this, the device operates for 22 hours at a time, followed by a
defrosting period of 2 hours .
The ice layer must never be removed using
force, nor must the defrosting process ever
be accelerated using a heater.
5.4
Leakage Detection
The electronics carries out a leakage test after
every defrosting period ( every 24 hrs) by
measuring the temperature at the evaporator
by means of a second sensor.
If a leakage is detected, the miniBar is shut off
by the electronics.
Evaporator sensor
10
Air sensor
5.5
Automatic Door Control (ADC)
The following descriptions only apply to devices with ADC.
Using a red dot in the display window (A, point 3), the ADC shows that
the miniBar´s door has been opened.
1. Open the miniBar, check its contents and - if applicable- stock it up
again.
2. Close the miniBar.
RH456LD/E
All other models
2.
2.
A
A
1.
1.
3. Insert ADC key and turn to the
right.
3. Insert ADC key and turn to the
left.
The red dot has disappeared now.
4. Remove ADC key.
5.5.1
Automatic Door Control (electrical)
When the miniBar is opened, a magnetically operated approximation switch
located underneath on the fridge is activated (FIG 1.)
Depending on the connection (opening/closing mechanism), an electric
circuit is closed or opened. Accordingly, this is registered and processed at
the hotel reception. Note: Electrical rating!
The miniBar´s wiring connection is
situated at the rear of the appliance and
consists of a 3-pin terminal strip (1).
1= terminal strip
2= approximation switch
A= blue (opening mechanism)
B= black (closing mechanism)
C= white
FIG.1
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5.6
Interior Light
5.6.1
RH456LD /E
Model RH456LD/E is fitted with low voltage lighting.
When the door is opened, the light in the cooling shelf is switched on
via a sensor.
The light in the uncooled storage shelf is switched on manually by
means of a switch integrated into the lamp.
Changing bulbs:
1.
2.
1. Pull out the
mains plug.
2. Remove the
reflector disk.
90°
3. Remove the
defective bulb.
4. Insert new bulb. 5.Clip reflector disk back in.
5.6.2
Interior Light
(All other models)
When the door is opened, the light in the cooling shelf is switched on
via a sensor.
Changing the LED-board:
1. Pull out the
mains plug.
4. Insert new bulb.
2. Remove the reflector
disk.
3. Remove defective
bulb.
5. Clip reflector disk
back in.
To obtain spare electronic boards please contact
your Dometic Service Centre.
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5.7
Environmental Advice
miniBars manufactured by Dometic GmbH are free from CFCs / HCFCs
and fluorinated hydrocarbons. The cooling unit uses ammonia as the coo
lant (a natural compound of hydrogen and nitrogen). Cyclopentane, which
does not damage the ozone layer, is used as propellant for the insulation
made from PU-foam.
Disposal
5.8
In order to ensure the re-use of recyclable packaging materials, these must
be disposed of using local collection systems. The device itself must be
handed over to a disposal company or local council which will guarantee
the correct use of recyclable materials and the proper disposal of the rest.
Appliances bearing this symbol must
be deposited at the designated local
reception point for the disposal of electrical and electronic equipment.
It is not permitted that this product be
disposed of by way of the normal
5.9
Dometic refrigerators bear this symbol
on the data plate to be found in the
interior of the unit.
Energy Saving Tips
5.10
household refuse collection system.
If possible, always store pre-cooled goods.
Do not expose the miniBar to direct sunlight and do not place it close
to a source of heat.
An unobstructed air circulation in the fridge aggregate must be ensured.
When removing goods, only open the miniBar briefly.
Switch on the miniBar approx. 12 hours prior to stocking.
Declaration of Conformity
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5.11
Check List
Failure : No cooling (the aggregate at the back of the device is cold).
Possible Cause
Self Help
a.) The thermostat is set to “0”.
a.) Set temperature control to
middle position.
b.) The device plug is not
plugged in.
b.) Plug in device plug.
c.) No voltage in socket.
c.) Check building fuse.
Authorised Service
d.) Defective electronics or
sensor feelers.
d.) Install new
electronics or sensor.
e.) Defective heating cartridge.
e.) Install new heating
cartridge.
f.) The device is in its defrosting
phase.
f.) See operating instruction
5.3
Failure : No cooling (the aggregate is warm).
Possible Cause
Self Help
a.) The device is not level.
a.) Level the device using a
spirit level.
b.) The device was only
switched on a short while
ago.
b.) Switch on the device and
let it run for 5-6 hours.
Authorised Service
c.) Check whether
repair is feasible.
If not, exchange
device.
c.) Defective cooling aggregate.
Failure : Poor Cooling Performance.
Possible Cause
Self Help
a.) The cooling aggregate is not
sufficiently ventilated.
a.) Check that the ventilation
grids are not covered.
Check that device has
been installed properly
(installation instruction 4.5).
b.) The device is exposed to
direct sunlight.
b.) Follow installation
instruction “4.5”.
c.) The fridge door does not
close tightly.
c.) Check installation is in line
with “4.5”.
d.) Light permanently on when
door closed.
e.) The fridge was stocked a
short while ago.
Authorised Service
c.) Is door magnet there?
Install new door, if
required.
d.) Replace lighting sen
sor. Install new door,
if required.
e.) Check fridge after 5-6
hours for proper cooling
function.
Failure : Frost formation in fridge.
Possible Cause
Self Help
Authorised Service
a.) The fridge door does not
close tightly.
a.) Check installation is in line
with “4.5”.
a.) Is door magnet there?
Install new door.
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5.12
Technical Data
Model
RH430/438LD
RH440/448LD
Built-in
Built-in
RH441LD
RH455LD
Freestanding /
Freestanding
Built-in
Casing
Metal
Metal
Metal
Wood
(litres)
30
40
40
55
cooled / uncooled
30 / -
40 / -
40 / -
35 / 20
522x384x412
554x401x446
554x401x449
780x420x445
65
65
65
Gross Contentss
Dimensions (mm)
(H x W xD)
Electrical Rating (W) 65
Power Consumption
kWh / 24h*
0,7
0,8
0,8
0,8
Net Weight (kg)
11
14
15
26
Model
RH456LDE
RH456LD
RH460/468LD
RH461LDG
Built-in
Freestanding
Casing
Freestanding /
Freestanding /
Built-in
Built-in
Metal
Metal
Metal
Metal
(litres)
56
56
60
60
cooled / uncooled
40 / 16
40 / 16
60 / -
60 / -
658x450x503
721x450x505
563x486x474
563x486x474
65
80
80
Gross Contents
Dimensions (mm)
(H x W x D)
Electrical Rating (W) 65
Power Consumption
kWh / 24h*
0,9
0,9
1,0
1,45
Net Weight (kg)
21
24,5
20
23
RH436D
RH447D
Freestanding /
Freestanding /
Built-in
Built-in
Metal
Metal
(litres)
30
40
cooled / uncooled
30 / -
40 / -
522x384x411
554x401x446
Model
Casing
Gross Contents
Dimensions (mm)
(H x W x D)
Electrical Rating (W) 65
65
Power Consumption
kWh/ 24h*
0,7
0,8
Net Weight (kg)
11
14
* Power consumption measured at an average ambient temperature of 25°C as an average
annual value and at a cooling compartment temperature of 7°C in line with DIN/EN153.
We reserve the right to make technical modifications to our products without notice!
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