Electrolux ERB8652 User Manual

Electrolux ERB8652 User Manual
KOEL/VRIESCOMBINATIE - RÉFRIGÉRATEUR CONGÉLATEUR
KÜHL-GEFRIERKOMBINATION - REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER COMBINATION
GEBRUIKSAANWIJZING - MODE D`EMPLOI
GEBRAUCHSANLEITUNG - INSTRUCTION BOOK
ERB 8652
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200370258
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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.
The symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product may not be treated as
household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of
electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help
prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health, which could
otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. For more detailed information
about recycling of this product, please contact your local city office, your household waste disposal
service or the shop where you purchased the product.
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Cont ents
Important safety information.................................................................................................................62
General safety precautions ..................................................................................................................62
Precautions for child safety..................................................................................................................62
Safety precautions for installation .........................................................................................................62
Safety precautions for isobutane ..........................................................................................................62
Instructions for the User .......................................................................................................................63
General information ............................................................................................................................63
Description of the appliance, main parts ................................................................................................63
Switch and indicator set .................................................................................................................64
Handling the appliance .......................................................................................................................64
Putting it into use ..........................................................................................................................64
Controlling the temperature, setting..................................................................................................64
How to use the refrigerator .............................................................................................................65
Drawer ........................................................................................................................................65
Storing in the refrigerator ................................................................................................................65
Storage time and temperature of foods..................................................................................................65
How to use the freezer........................................................................................................................66
Freezing ......................................................................................................................................66
Storing in the freezer .....................................................................................................................66
How to make ice cubes..................................................................................................................67
Some useful information and advice ......................................................................................................67
Hints and ideas..................................................................................................................................67
How to save energy .......................................................................................................................67
The appliance and environment .......................................................................................................67
Maintenance .....................................................................................................................................68
Defrosting ....................................................................................................................................68
Regular cleaning ...........................................................................................................................69
When the refrigerator is not in use ...................................................................................................69
Trouble shooting ................................................................................................................................69
How to change the bulb .................................................................................................................69
If something does not work.............................................................................................................69
Instructions for the Installer ..................................................................................................................71
Technical data ...................................................................................................................................71
Installing the appliance........................................................................................................................71
Transportation, unpacking...............................................................................................................71
Cleaning ......................................................................................................................................71
Placement....................................................................................................................................72
Change of door opening direction....................................................................................................73
Electrical connection......................................................................................................................74
Storage time chart (1) ..........................................................................................................................75
Storage time chart (2) ..........................................................................................................................76
Warranty and service ............................................................................................................................76
Guarantee conditions..........................................................................................................................76
Service and spare parts .................................................................................................................76
Declaration of guarantee terms ............................................................................................................77
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Im por t ant saf et y inf ormation
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 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.
- There is a risk of electric shock or fire.
Without the lamp cover of interior lighting you must not
operate the appliance.
When cleaning, defrosting, taking out frozen food or ice
tray 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.
Ice and ice-cream can cause hurt if they are eaten
immediately after removal from the frozen food
compartment.
After dissolving frozen food must not be refrozen, it must
be used up as soon as possible.
Store pre-packed frozen food in accordance with the
frozen food manufacturer's instructions.
You must not make defrosting faster with any electric
heating appliance or chemicals.
Do not put hot pot to the plastic parts.
Do not store flammable gas and liquid in the appliance,
because they may explode.
Do not store carbonated drinks, bottled drinks and
bottled fruits in the frozen food compartment.
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Check and clean the outlet of melting water coming
during defrosting regularly. 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.
Safety precautions for
isobutane
Warning
The refrigerant of the appliance is isobutane
(R 600a) that is inflammable and explosive to a
greater extent.
Keep ventilation openings, in the appliance
enclosure or in the built-in structure, clear of
obstruction.
Do not use mechanical devices or other means to
accelerate the defrosting process, other than those
recommended by the manufacturer.
Do not damage the refrigerant circuit.
Do not use electrical appliances inside the food
storage compartments of the appliance, unless they
are of the type recommended by the manufacturer.
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 official designation of the appliance is „refrigeratorfreezer combination with two motor compressors and
freezer placed in the lower part”. The appliance has besides the general services- a freezer with its own door
and is completely separated from the other unit.
According to this the appliance is suitable for storing frozen
and deep-frozen food, freezing products in quantity given in
the user's instructions at home and making ice.
The appliance can meet the requirements of standards
between different temperature limits according to the
climate class.
The letter symbol for climate class can be found on the
data label.
Description of the appliance, main parts
A - Refrigerator
B - Freezer
1. Top with indicating switch
2. Lighting box
3. Glass shelves
4. Bottle rack
5. Cooling surface
6. Defrost water drain
7. Glass shelf
8. Drawer
9. Data label
10. Freezing compartment
with drawer and freezing tray
11. Storing compartment(s)
12. Defrost water outlet
13. Bottom plinth
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
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23.
24.
25.
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27.
28.
Adjustable feet
Butter compartment lid
Egg tray
Door shelf
Door gasket
Bottle shelf
Handles
Ice tray
Condenser
Defrost water outlet tube
Spacer
Evaporator tray
Compressor of freezer
Compressor of refrigerator
Rollers
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Switch and indicator set
The following components can be found in the top:
A. The thermometer
The display of the thermometer shows the temperature
of the warmest point in the freezer in the range of +39
and -40 °C, provided that the freezer is not empty.
On the display the SU text and the temperature vary
when the appliance runs in fast freeze mode. See also
the chapter "Freezing".
On the display the AL text and the temperature vary
when the freezer temperature is too high.
The AL text flashes for a short time:
Immediately after the first power up
The AL text flashes for a longer time:
When it is too warm in the freezer (e.g. door not
closed)
When there is an operating trouble in the freezer
As soon as the adequate temperature reached, the
display shows the temperature again.
The display of the thermometer alternately shows the SU
text, the AL text and the temperature when the appliance
runs in fast freezing mode and the temperature is too
high. See also the chapter "Freezing".
B. Fast-freezing push button
When it is pushed, the freezer compressor runs
continually and the display operates accordingly. See
also the chapter "Freezing".
C. Thermostat knob of the freezing
compartment
It is for setting the temperature in the freezing
compartment.
D. Thermostat knob of the fresh food
compartment
It is for setting the temperature in the fresh food
compartment.
Handling the appliance
Putting it into use
Put the plug into the mains socket. The digits of the display
flash one by one, provided that the thermostat knob of the
freezing compartment ("C") is not in the "0" position. So the
appliance is up and running.
Refrigerator:
To start the refrigerating turn the termostat knob ("D")
clockwise. In its "0" position the refrigerator is off, but under
the mains voltage.
Freezer:
To start the refrigerating turn the thermostat knob ("C")
clocwise. The display shows the AL text and temperature as
written in chapter "The thermometer". In its "0" position the
freezer is off, but it is under the mains voltage.
Controlling the temperature, setting
The thermostats interrupt the operation of the appliances
automatically for more or less time depending on the setting
then restarts them assuring the required temperature.
Refrigerator
Several cooling stages can be chosen between "Min." and
"Max.".
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If a medium position is chosen (between "Min." and "Max."),
the temperature in the refrigerator will, among normal
conditions, be around 0 and +5 °C. The closer it is set to
"Max." position the more intensive the refrigerating will be.
Freezer
Temperature below -18 °C can be attained in the freezer
when selecting a medium position, which will ensure the
permanent preservation of food products.
The temperature coming about in the appliance is effected
by not only the position of the thermostat but the ambient
temperature, frequency of door openings and the quantity
of food put into it newly, etc.
In the maximum „Max.” position - in case of
increased demand e.g. during heatwaves - the
compressors may operate continually. This does not
cause damages to the appliance.
How to use the refrigerator
For adequate cooling developing interior air
circulation is necessary. For this reason you are
asked not to cover the air circulation gaps behind the
shelves (e.g. with tray etc.).
Do not put hot food into the refrigerator. Allow it
to reach room temperature naturally. In this way
the 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.
Drawer
The drawer is suitable for storing fruit and vegetables. There
is a separator inside the drawer that can be placed in
different positions to allow for the subdivision best suited to
personal needs.
Storing in the refrigerator
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
7. Small bottles, soft drinks
8. Big bottles, drinks
Storage time and temperature of foods
The storage time chart at the end of the instruction book
gives information about storage time.
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 the refrigerator.
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How to use the freezer
Freezing
The appliance can be used to freeze fresh food of quantity
specified on the data label. Freezing different products
should always be done after proper preparing as follows.
Push the fast freezing button 4 hours before placing fresh
food in smaller quantity or 24 hours before placing fresh
food in bigger quantity into the appliance. Now the freezer
compressor runs continually to reach the temperature
needed for freezing.
At the beginning on the display of the thermometer
alternately shows the SU text, the AL text and the
temperature. Later the SU text and the temperature vary.
Put the previously frozen food - or some of it - to another
basket or baskets. Put the fresh food into the upper basket,
leaving enough space for airflow. If there is some previously
frozen food left in the upper basket, put this food into one
side of the basket avoiding the contact between the fresh
food and the already frozen food.
Run the appliance this way for 24 hours.
Push the fast freeze button again and the appliance will
operate in automatic mode. The display of the thermometer
shows the temperature again.
Should you want to freeze the quantity declared by the
producer, remove the upper basket from the appliance and
put the fresh food uniformly distributed directly on the
cooling surface.
Never freeze food in bigger quantity than given
in the 'Technical data' at the same time,
otherwise freezing will not be thorough and after
dissolving various deterioration may take place (losing
taste and aroma, lysing, etc.).
Do not make ice during freezing preferably, because
making ice reduces freezing capacity.
The freezing tray is suitable for freezing smaller fruits
(raspberry, strawberry, currant, etc.). Fruits should
be put in the tray in thin layers without packaging. After
freezing they can be packed and sorted out then placed
into the storing compartments.
Storing in the freezer
It is practical to replace frozen products into the basket(s)
after freezing has finished. Doing this you could make room
in the freezing compartment for another freezing.
Intermediate freezing does not deteriorate foods already
stored.
In large quantities of food are to be stored, remove the
baskets except the lowermost one from appliance and
place food on the cooling surface.
Do not forget to keep to the storage time given on the
packaging of frozen products if you buy them frozen.
To store home-frozen products see the storing instructions
placed in the door of the freezer. Symbols signify the
various foods, numbers mean maximum storing time given
in months.
It is safe to store quick-frozen, frozen foods only if
they have not dissolved even for a short time until
placing them into the freezer. If the deep-frozen food has
already dissolved, refreezing is not recommended, it has to
be used up as soon as possible.
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How to make ice cubes
To make ice cubes fill the enclosed ice cube tray with water
and put it to the frozen food compartment. Setting
thermostatic control knob to maximum position can shorten
preparing time. After finishing do not forget to reset the
thermostatic control to the suitable position.
Ready ice cubes can be taken out of the tray under running
water then twist or hit it. If the ice tray freezes to the
compartment, avoid using metal tools or knife to take it out
as the cooling system can be damaged.
Some useful information and
advice
The variable shelves are worth paying attention to, which
increases the usability of the fresh food compartment
considerably. Rearranging the shelves is also possible
when the door is open at an angle of 90°.
After opening and closing the door of freezer vacuum will
rise inside the appliance because of the low
temperature. So wait 2-3 minutes after closing the door
- if you want to open it again - while inner pressure
equalises.
Take care of operating the freezer at a position of
thermostatic control so that the inside temperature can
never go above -18 °C, since temperature higher than
this storing time of frozen foods can decrease.
It is practical to make sure of faultless operation of the
appliance daily so as to notice possible failure in time
and prevent deterioration of frozen foods.
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.
Be sure that the condenser and the compressor are well
ventilated. Do not cover the sections where ventilation is.
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 warm foods into the appliance only when they are at
room temperature.
Keep the condenser clean.
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.
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Maintenance
Defrosting
Bleeding part of the moisture of cooling chambers in form
of frost and ice goes with the operation of the appliance.
Thick frost and ice has an insulating effect, so it reduces
cooling efficiency as the temperature increases in the
cooling chambers, they need more energy.
At this type of appliance defrosting the cooling surface of
the refrigerator 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 - the temperature of
the cooling surface goes above 0 °C due to interior heating
load of the compartment, so defrosting occurs. When the
surface temperature of the cooling surface has reached +3
- +4 °C the thermostatic control restarts operation of the
system.
Melting water flows through defrost water outlet leaded
through the back into the evaporator tray maintained on the
top of compressor and evaporates due to its warmth.
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 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.
The most typical case of clogging up in the melting water
outlet when you put food wrapped in some paper into the
appliance and this paper contacts back plate of the
refrigerator 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 does not
work.
Remaining small ice and frost stains on back plate of the
refrigerator after defrosting period is not abnormal.
The freezer can not be equipped with automatic defrosting
set since the deep-frozen and frozen foods do not endure
melting temperature.
When small frost and ice occurs scrape off and remove
frost and ice coating with the supplied plastic scraper.
When ice coating is so thick that it cannot be removed with
the plastic scraper, the cooling gill have to be defrosted.
Frequency of defrosting depends on usage (generally 2-3
times a year).
Take the frozen foods out of the appliance, and put them
into a basket lined with paper or cloth. Store them in a
possibly cool place or replace them into another
refrigerator.
Pull out the mains plug from the mains socket, so both parts
of the appliance are out of operation.
Open the doors of both parts of the appliance and clean the
refrigerator according to 'Regular cleaning'. Maintain and
clean the freezer as following:
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Sweep off the melting water with a cloth or sponge in
direction of sides of the cooling plates. The melting water
swept down gathers in the outlet channel practically formed
in the bottom of the appliance and can be removed
according to figure.
Put an adequately high bowl or dish under the outlet.
The bowl in figure is not a piece of accessories to the
appliance!
Wipe the surfaces after defrosting and leading the water
out.
Put the mains plug into the mains socket and put foods
taken out back to their places.
It is recommended to operate the appliance at the highest
position of the thermostatic control for some hours so that
it can reach the sufficient storing temperature as soon as
possible.
Regular cleaning
It is recommended to wash the inside of the refrigerator in
3-4 weeks time using lukewarm water then wipe it (it is
practical to clean the inside of the freezer and defrost it at a
time).
Household cleaner or soap must not be used.
After breaking the circuit wash the appliance with lukewarm
water then wipe it. Clean the door gasket with clean water.
After cleaning apply voltage to the appliance.
It is recommended to remove the dust and dirt collected on
the back of the refrigerator and the condenser and to 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.
Press the rear hook (1) and at the same time slide the cover
in the direction indicated by the arrow (2). So the bulb can
be replaced. (Bulb type: T 25 230-240 V, 25 W, E 14
thread)
After changing the bulb replace the cover, snap it in place
and apply voltage to the appliance.
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.
We draw your attention that operation of appliance goes
with certain sounds (compressor- and circulating sound).
This is not trouble, this goes together with the operation of
the appliance.
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We draw it to your attention again that the appliance
operates discontinuously, so the stopping of
compressor does not mean being no-current. That is why
you must not touch the electrical parts of the appliance
before breaking the circuit.
Solution
Possible cause
Problem
It is too warm in the Thermostatic control can be set wrongly.
refrigerator.
Set the thermostat knob to higher
position.
If products are not cold enough or placed
wrongly.
Place the products to the appropriate
place.
The door does not close tightly or it is not
shut properly.
Check if the door closes well and the
gasket is unhurt and clean.
It is too warm in the Thermostatic control can be set wrongly.
freezer.
Set the thermostat knob to higher
position.
The door does not close tightly or it is not
shut properly.
Check if the door closes well and the
gasket is unhurt and clean.
Products in big quantity to be frozen were put
in.
Wait some hours and then check the
temperature again.
Products to be frozen are placed too closely
to each other.
Place the products in a way so that cold
air could circulate among them.
Water flows at the back It is normal. During automatic defrosting frost
melts on the back plate.
plate of the refrigerator.
Water flows
chamber.
into
the The outlet of the chamber can be clogged
up.
Products placed in can prevent water from
flowing into the collector.
Water flows onto the floor.
Clean the outlet.
Replace the products so that they can not
touch the back plate directly.
The melting water outlet flows not into the Put the melting water outlet to the
evaporative tray.
evaporative tray above the compressor.
There are too much frost Products are not wrapped properly.
and ice.
Doors are not shut properly or do not close Wrap the products better.
Check if the doors close well and the
tightly.
The thermostatic control can be set wrongly. gaskets are unhurt and clean.
The thermostatic control is set wrongly.
Set the thermostat knob to a position that
gives higher temperature.
The compressor operates Doors are not shut properly or do not close Set the thermostat knob to a position that
gives higher temperature.
tightly.
continually.
Products in big quantity to be frozen were put Check if the doors close well and the
gaskets are unhurt and clean.
in.
Too warm food was put in.
The appliance is in too warm place.
Plug is not connected to the mains socket
properly.
The appliance does not The fuse burnt out.
work at all. Neither The thermostatic control is not on.
cooling, nor lighting works.
Wait some hours and then check the
temperature again.
Put food at max. room temperature.
Try to reduce the temperature in the room
where the appliance stands.
Connect the mains plug properly.
Change the fuse.
Start the appliance according to
instructions in chapter 'Putting it into use'.
There is no voltage in the mains socket. (Try Call an electrician.
to connect another appliance into it.)
The appliance is noisy.
The appliance is not supported properly.
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.
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Ins tr uctions f or the Ins t aller
Technical data
Model/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
Freezing capacity (kg/24h)
Rising time (h)
Rated current (A)
Noise Lc (dB)
Weight (kg)
Number of compressors
ERB 8643
Freezer:
249
Refrigerator: 110
Freezer:
245
Refrigerator: 92
595
1850
632
0,96
350
A
12
20
1,2
40
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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.
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.
Cleaning
Remove every adhesive tape and everything else, which
ensure the accessories 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.
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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.
If the ambient temperature goes below the lower data the
temperature of the cooling compartment can go beyond
the prescribed temperature.
Class of climate
Ambient temperature
SN
+10 ... +32 °C
N
+16 ... +32 °C
ST
+18 ... +38 °C
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.
Mount the spacers supplied in the plastic bag of the
accessories. Hold the spacer as shown on the Fig.,
knock it home, then turn it by 90°. (Into the oval holes
of back side of the appliance.)
When placing the appliance ensure that it stands level. This
can be achieved by two adjustable feet at the bottom in
front.
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, dooropening direction can be refitted from right-handed to lefthanded.
Appliances on the market are right-handed.
Following operations are to be done on the basis of figures
and explanations:
To perform the operations listed below it is
recommended to ask another person for help who safely
can keep the doors while performing the operations.
Disconnect the appliance from the electricity supply.
Open the doors and dismount the double door hinge
(a,b) by removing the screws (2 pieces) (c). (fig.2)
fig. 1.
Take off the double door hinge (a,b,c) by gradually
removing it from the cabinet, slightly tilting both doors.
Do not forget to remove the plastic spacer (b) under the
hinge. (fig.2)
Take off the
downwards.
refrigerator door by pulling it slightly
Take of the freezer door by pulling it slightly upwards.
Unscrew the top door hinge pin (d) of the refrigerator
then screw it back on the other side. (fig.1)
Remove the insert of the plinth (e) by a screwdriver.
(fig.4)
Unmount the lower hinge pin (f) and its washer (h) and
mount them on the other side. (fig.4)
Replace the insert of the plinth (e) on the other side.
Remove the covering nails (3 pieces) (n,k) of the double
door holder on the left side and put them to the other
side. (fig.2)
fig. 2.
Remove the (t, z) plugs from both doors. (fig.3)
Remove the (u, v) door closing devices by unscrewing
the (s) screw.
Replace the (u, v) door devices on the opposite side of
the other door after turning them, then fix them by
screwing the (s) screw.
Replace the (t, z) plugs on the opposite side.
Fit the pin of the double door hinge (m) into the left drill
of the freezer door. (fig.2)
Fit the freezer door to the lower door hinge pin (f). (fig.4)
Fit the refrigerator door to the upper door hinge pin (d)
then slightly tilting both doors fit the pin of the double
door hinge (m) into the left drill of the refrigerator door.
fig. 3.
fig. 4.
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Opening both doors fix the double door hinge onto the
left side using the screws (2 pieces) (c). Do not forget to
replace the plastic spacer (b) under the hinge. Be
careful that the door edges are parallel with the edge of
the mantle.
Put over the handles (r) on the other side and put the
plastic covering nails (p) supplied in the plastic bag of
this instruction book into the holes set free. (fig.5)
Put the appliance to its place, set it level, and apply to
voltage it.
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.
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 of 03.05.89 (Electromagnetic
Compatibility Directive) and subsequent modifications.
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S t or age time char t (1)
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
Storage time in days
3
4
5
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Method of packaging
6
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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:
X usual storage time
x possible storage time (concerns to really fresh product only)
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S t or age time char t (2)
Storage time of deep-frozen and frozen products
Foods
Vegetables:
green beans, green peas, mixed vegetables, marrow, corn, etc.
Ready-cooked foods:
vegetable dish, trimmings, with meat, etc.
Ready-cooked foods:
sirloin steaks, stew from knuckle of ham, meat from pig pudding, etc.
Foods from potatoes, pasta:
mashed potato, gnocchi, dumpling, pasta filled with jam, chips
Soups:
meat-broth, soup from green beans, soup from green peas, etc.
Fruits:
sour cherry, cherry, gooseberry, fruit cream, mashed maroon
Meat:
chicken, duck, goose
fillets, tuna fish
Popsicle, ice-cream
In the fresh food
compartment +2 - +7°C
In the **** frozen food
compartment -18°C
1 day
12 months
1 day
12 months
1 day
6 months
1 day
12 months
1 day
6 months
1 day
12 months
1 day
1 day
1 day
5 months
6 months
3 weeks
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 manufacturer reserves the right to make any changes in the products.
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Declar ation of guar ant ee t erms
Our appliances are produced with the greatest of care.
However, a defect may still occur. Our consumer services
department will repair this upon request, either during or
after the guarantee period. The service life of the appliance
will not, however, be reduced as a result.
This declaration of guarantee terms is based on European
Union Directive 99/44/EC and the provisions of the Civil
Code. The statutory rights that the consumer has under this
legislation are not affected by this declaration of guarantee
terms.
This declaration does not affect the vendor's statutory
warranty to the end user. The appliance is guaranteed
within the context of and in adherence with the following
terms:
1. In accordance with provisions laid down in paragraphs 2
to 15, we will remedy free of charge any defect that
occurs within 24 months from the date the appliance is
delivered to the first end user. These guarantee terms
do not apply in the event of use for professional or
equivalent purposes.
2. Performing the guarantee means that the appliance is
returned to the condition it was in before the defect
occurred. Defective parts are replaced or repaired.
Parts replaced free of charge become our property.
3. So as to avoid more severe damage, the defect must be
brought to our attention immediately.
4. Applying the guarantee is subject to the consumer
providing proof of purchase showing the purchase
and/or delivery date.
5. The guarantee will not apply if damage caused to
delicate parts, such as glass (vitreous ceramic),
synthetic materials and rubber, is the result of
inappropriate use.
6. The guarantee cannot be called on for minor faults that
do not affect the value or the overall reliability of the
appliance.
7. The statutory warranty does not apply when defects are
caused by:
a chemical or electrochemical reaction caused by
water,
abnormal environmental conditions in general,
unsuitable operating conditions,
contact with harsh substances.
8. The guarantee does not apply to defects due to
transport which have occurred outside of our
responsibility. Nor will the guarantee cover those
caused by inadequate installation or assembly, lack of
maintenance or failure to respect the assembly
instructions or directions for use.
9. Defects that result from repairs or measures carried out
by people who are not qualified or expert or defects that
result from the addition of non-original accessories
or spare parts are not covered by the guarantee.
10.Appliances that are easy to transport may be
delivered or sent to the consumer services
department. Home repairs are only anticipated for
bulky appliances or built-in appliances.
11. If the appliances are built-in, built-under, fixed or
suspended in such a way that removing and
replacing them in the place where they are fitted
takes more than half an hour, the costs that result
therefrom will be charged for. Connected damage
caused by these removal and replacement
operations will be the responsibility of the user.
12.If, during the guarantee period, repairing the same
defect repeatedly is not conclusive, or if the repair
costs are considered disproportionate, in
agreement with the consumer, the defective
appliance may be replaced with another appliance of
the same value.
In this event, we reserve the right to ask for a financial
contribution calculated according to the length of
time it has been used.
13.A repair under guarantee does not mean that the
normal guarantee period will be extended nor that a
new guarantee period begins.
14.We give a twelve month guarantee for repairs, limited
to the same defect.
15.Except in the event where liability is legally imposed,
this declaration of guarantee terms excludes any
compensation for damage outside the appliance for
which the consumer wishes to assert his rights. In
the event of legally admitted liability, compensation
will not exceed the purchase price paid for the
appliance.
These guarantee terms are only valid for appliances
purchased and used in Belgium. For exported
appliances, the user must first make sure that they
satisfy the technical conditions (e.g.: voltage, frequency,
installation instructions, type of gas, etc.) for the country
concerned and that they can withstand the local climatic
and environmental conditions. For appliances
purchased abroad, the user must first ensure that they
meet the qualifications required in Belgium. Nonessential or requested adjustments are not covered by
the guarantee and are not possible in all cases.
Our consumer services department is always at your
disposal, even after the guarantee period has expired.
Address for our consumer services department:
ELECTROLUX HOME PRODUCTS BELGIUM
Bergensesteenweg, 719 - 1502 LEMBEEK
Tel. 02.3630444
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