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ZANUSSI ZFD29/8 User Manual
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RUIDOS NORMALES DURANTE EL FUNCIONAMIENTO.
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HOW TO USE YOUR REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER
MAINTENANCE OF YOUR REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER
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Together with the appliance you should receive an instruction booklet as
well as:
— A Guarantee Card «Certificado de Garantía», with the conditions of
the Guarantee.
— List «Centros de Recepción de Garantías y Servicio Técnico».
This documentation should always be kept at hand for consulting.
Should this appliance be sold or tansferred to another user, make sure
that this documentation stays with the appliance so that the new owner
can get acquainted with the functioning of the appliance and relevant
warnings. | |
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DIMENSIONES CON LAS DIMENSIONES CON LAS
PUERTAS CERRADAS PUERTAS ABIERTAS
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С € Este aparato cumple las siguientes Directivas de la CEE:
— 73/23 CEE del 19/02/73 (Directiva sobre baja tensión) y subsiguientes modificaciones.
— 89/336 CEE del 03/05/89 (Directiva sobre compatibilidades electromagnéticas) y sub-
siguientes modificaciones. В | _
DATOS CONFORMES A NORMA «UNE»
VOLUMEN BRUTO TOTAL (L.) 370
“ALTURA <A> (mm.) | 1.700
VOLTAJE (V)+6% Ш | 220-230
FRECUENCIA (Hz) | 50
CAPACIDAD DE CONGELACIÓN (Kg./24 h.) 6
POTENCIA ABSORBIDA (W) | 17
TIEMPO DE ELEVACIÓN DE LA TEMPERATURA (h) 18
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Warning for your safety. Carefully read these instructions
before installing and using the machine. AR
e This freezer is designed to be operated by adults. Children should not
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be allowed to temper with the controls or play with the product.
e Any electrical work required to install the appliance should be carried out
by a qualified electrician or competent person. |
This appliance is heavy. Care should be taken when moving it.
Make sure that the cable is not trapped underneath the appliance,
nor touches the motor
Repairs carried out by inexperienced persons may cause injuries or
serious malfunctioning. Refer to the nearest Network Centre.
Make sure the rear part of the appliance stands against a wall as there
are working parts which heat up and should not be of easy access.
Make sure that there is a continous and adequate ventilation as a failor
to do so will result in component failure and possible food loss.
The appliance should be left for at least 4 hours after installation before
it is turned on in order to allow the refrigerant to settle.
This product must be serviced by an authorized NETWORK SERVICE
CENTRE, and only genuine SPARE PARTS must be employed.
Before cleaning or reparing the appliance, make sure to switch
off and unplug.
It is dangerous to alter the specifications or r modify this product in
any way.
These domestic refrigerators are designed to be used specifically
for the storage and conservation of food.
DO NOT USE SHARP INSTRUMENTS to scrap off frost or ice.
Frost may be removed by using a plastic scraper.
(See defrost instructions).
Frozen food must not be re- -frozen once it has been thawed out.
Manufacturer's storage recommendations should be strictly complied
with. |
The lollies can cause frost burns y consumed right away from the
freezer.
Do not place carbonate or frizzy drinks In the freezer as these. may
explode. |
Whenever there is a need of discarding an old freezer make sure to:
— Take off the doors in order to prevent children getting trapped inside.
— Have the gas of the cooling system recovered before making it to
scrap iron.
Changing the opening direction of the doors
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— If you wish to change the opening side of the doors proceed as follows:
Remove the handles of the doors.
Take off the plinth pressed on to.
Remove the inferior hinge taking care for the downer door not to fall off.
Lift the lower door off the central hinge.
Disassemble the downer hinge reinforcement |
Remove the central hinge taking care for the upper door not to fall off and not
to lose the plastic spacer.
Take the upper door off the upper hinge. Be carefull not to lose the plastic ring.
Unscrew the plastic bolts of the opposite side of the place of the central hinge
taken out and intoduce them in the holes occupied before by the hinge.
9 Unscrew the axe of the upper hinge and screw it to the hinge on the opposite
side. Make sure to fit in the metal spacer for blocking. |
Place upper door.
M, Assemble the lower hinge reinforcement in the opposite side it was situated.
; For the remaining parts proceed the other way round.
Once finished make sure that all joints close perfectly well all around the
door and check that the internal light turns of when the fridge door closes.
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How to panel the door
If your appliance is provided with profiles for panelling and you
wish to do so proceed as follows
* Remove one of the side profiles.
—* Losen the screws of the remaining profiles.
e Start putting on the panel where you took off the profile pushing
it right up to the end.
* Replace the profile on this side.
® Fasten all screws.
NOTE: The panel dimensions must be 2 m/m shorter than the
doors. Maximun thickness of the panel is 4 m/m.
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e Maintain recommended ventilation - see figure 2
e Make sure the refrigerator is accurately levelled turning the adjustable
feet in order to avoid vibrations and noises. [J] FIG.-1
e This is a built in design to be aligned with other furniture.
Cleaning the interior
Do not use alcohol or any cleanig product containing alcohol because it can
damage the cabinet.
Before using the appliance for the first time wash the interior with luke warm
water and some neutral soap so as to remove the typical smell of a product
when new and then dry thoroughly.
Do not use detergents or abrasive powders as these may damage the finish.
Remove blocking items used for transportation.
Electrical connection
Before plugging in the appliance make sure that the voltage and
frequency shown on the «Technical Features» correspond to your
home supply.
It is essential that the appliance be efficiently earthed.
For this purpose the supply cable plug incorporates a special earth
contact. If the sockets of your domestic wiring system are not
grounded, have the appliance connected to a separate ground wire
in accordance with existing safety regulations.
«THE MANUFACTURER DECLINES TO ACCEPT ANY LIABILITY IF THIS
SAFETY RULE IS NOT OBSERVED.»
Starting-up
e Plug the appliance into the mains.
e Make sure the inner light |H] turns on when opening the door.
e Turn the «temperature knob» [Al to intermediate position (Fig. 1).
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Temperature regulation:[A]FIG.—1 744 3 V
Allows to adjust the temperature inside the refrigerator according to use and 4
external conditions.
* Pos. 1 = Minimum cold.
* Pos. 5 = Maximum cold.
* Pos. € = Motor disconnected a ar `
Green light: [B] Fig. 1 (Some models only).
Indicates connection to mains whenlighted.
Red light: | M| Fig. 1 (Some models only).
When lighted indicates abnormal temperature conditions in the freezer, but for
the exceptions appearing on Page 22 «Freezing of Food» and Page 27
«Something notworking».
Freezer thermometer: |L |Fig. 1 (Some models only).
The pilot lights progressivety light up or turn out in accordance to the tempera-
ture inside the freezer compartment. {
The last lighted lamp indicates the actual temperature.
It is to be considered as normal that the lights blink slightly during the
temperature changes.
Interior light: |H] Fig. 1
Comes on when opening the door of the refrigerating compartment.
When changing the light bulb, first remove the protective cover | X [X], by firmly
holding the edge and pulling it horizontally. (see point: 3 «IF SOMETHING DOES
NOT WORK»).
Freezer Compartment:
This freezer, marked is suitable for freezing food and permits
long term storage of frozen food.
Freezing of food:
Congelation has to take place in the shortest possible time, 24
hours maximum. For that you have to proceed as follows:
1) Set the «Temperature Regulator of Freezer» to position «5S»:
* If the freezer was disconnected and empty, 3 hours before introducing the
food to be frozen.
* If the freezer is already working and has food in it, 24 hours before putting
in the food to be frozen.
2) The maximum amount to be frozen in 24 hours is that specified in «Technical
Features».
3.) To place the grill of the freezer in lower position (Fig. 1). Put the foods to be
frozen over and below it; the foods should be remain the most near of one
lateral of the freezer (take care of not put into touch with the foods under
conservation).
4) Red light [M , Fig. 1, may be on for a few hours during freezing process.
Switch-on time for this light will vary according to amount of food being put! in
for congelation and time while door remains open.
5) Once 24 hours from the introduction of the food have elapsed the congelation
can be considered as finished. |
Set the «Temperature Regulator of the Freezer» to an intermediary position.
Conservation of frozen food
« For a safe storage of food the temperature inside the freezer compartment
should never rise above - 18° C.
* An automatic device regulates this temperature.
+ Make sure the «Temperature Regulator» is in a medium setting.
+ However, it may sometimes be necessary (due to poor ventilation, high room
temperature, frequent opening of the door...) to vary the setting of the |
«Temperature Regulator».
» In case of an accidental stop of the appliance or a power cut proceed as
follows:
+ Keep the doors closed at all events.
* Try to find out for how long the failure is going to last.
« Once normality is reestablished:
A) If the freezer is full and the power failure is less than the «Temperature
Rising Time» indicated for each model in «Technical Features» no
damage has been done to the food stored.
B) If the freezer is not full the cold will be lost in a shorter time. If thawing has
not yet started proceed as said in previous point.
C) If thawing has started, consume the food immediately, or cook it and then
freezen it again. |
Refrigerator Compartment
This comparment is meant for keeping drinks and fres food.
Avoid food touching inner walls, as the cold is being produced i in there and
the food could pasrtly get frozen. On the other hand this would prevent a good
circulation of the cold air. This appliance is provided with an automatic defrosting
system. Therefore you might find sometimes a fine layer of ice or water drops.
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Dinamic Refrigeration: [N] Fig. 1 (Some models only)
The Dynamic Refrigeration System give, in the fridge compartment, extra
efficiency showedin:
—Quickerrefrigeration.
— More homogeneous temperature.
DAC (Dynamic Air Cooling system) has been mainly designed for hot weather
(ambient temperature above 25* C), and also when the refrigerator is plenty of
food. a
To start working the switch must be turn on «1» position some hours later you
can turn of the swith to «0» position. |
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‘ Useful Hints
e Do not introduce any new food during a freezing period.
e Do not put any newly introduced food for freezing near food al-
ready frozen.
e Wrap the food up properly or place it in hermetic containers be-
fore introducing it into the freezer.
e Do not introduce any hot food into the freezer.
e Food and drinks of a strong flavour may pass this on to others
and affect their flavour. Wrap them up adequately or put them
into tight closing bags.
e Follow the instructions given in cookery books, freezing books
and food packings for better conservation of food.
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Prior to undertaking any maintenance operation, be sure to unplug
the appliance.
Defrosting of the freezer
Prior to undertaking any maintenance operation, be sure to unplug the
appliance. |
DEFROSTING OF THE FREEZER. |
The inner walls of the freezer become gradually covered with a layer of
frost keeping in mind not to open the door frequently and keeping the
food wrapped up in closed bags. :
Whenever the thickness of ice reaches 5 mm. the frost should be
removed. Hereto proceed as follows:
e Remove all food staff and place it in the coolest possible place.
e Remove the plug "D" in the base top of the freezer compartment, (figure 1),
pulling the tongue ‘strongly upwards.
e Place a bowl under the outlet to collect the water.
e Remove the ice from the walls with a plastic scraper. Never use any
sharp metal tools, electric ovens or similar as these may cause serious
damage to the appliance.
® Once the ice is eliminated and the appliance cleaned and dry again,
replace the plug "D" pushing hard.
e Connect the appliance.
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Defrosting of the refrigerator
Frost is automatically eliminated in the refrigerator.
Clean regularly the water drain opening «G» (figure 1).
Cleaning
e Do not use alcohol or any cleanig product containing alcohol because it can
damage the cabinet.
e Use lukewarm water and neutral soap or bicarbonate of soda for cleaning
the interior and the exterior of the © appliance. Never use detergents nor
abrasive powders.
e Clean the black grill on the rear of the appliance (condenser), motor and
the upper and downer ventilation slots with a brush or vacuum
cleaner. This way the performance of the appliance will improve and
energy consumption reduced.
e Clean the water container above the motor.
e Extract the base pulling it outwards in order to permit cleaning underneath
the appliance.
Idle periods
During periods when the appliance is not in use take the following
precautions:
¢ Unplug the appliance.
e Remove all food.
o Defrost and clean the interior and all accessories.
e Leave the door ajar to permit the air to circulate in the interior and thus
avoid unpleasant smells.
1. Temperature regulator
May cause cracking sounds when the
system connects or disconnects.
2. Refrigerating system
— The injected cooling gas may
produce a burbling sound while
running through the tubes.
3. Compressor
May cause zumbing noises
and/or slight bumping.
4. Insulation
The material used has a tendency
to increase noises, but it does
insulate perfectly and is of low
energy consumption.
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| Some functioning
problems may be due
to causes which can easilly be
solved without calling the
Technical Service.
To do so, follow these
instructions.
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. Green lamp does
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INDICATORS
not come om
(if available).
Appliance not
connected.
No power at mains
socket.
Plug it in
Check the domestic
automatic cut out.
Freezer is not properly
do not cool.
Regulator» is in
position «e».
2. The red light ° * Close the door. The
- does not come closed. ligth will come off after
off (if available) a few hours.
* Freezer door has been | * Thisis normal. Willcome
open for too long. off after a few hours.
* The «Temperature * Thisis normal. Willcome
Regulator of the off after a few hours.
Freezer» has been
recently moved to a
colder position. |
* Food has been put into | * Thisisnormal. Willcome
the freezer. off after a few hours.
* The layer of ice inthe | * Remove it according to
freezer is too thick. instructions.
3. Inner light * Appliance unplugged. | * Plug the appliance into
(refrigerator mains.
compartment) * No power at mains * Check the domestic
does not come socket. automatic cutout.
on ( H Fig. 1). * Bulb loose or burnt out. | * Tighten or substitute it
| for another of same
rating.
‘B) PERFORMANCE
1. The freezer or * The appropriate * Change «Regulator»
the refrigerator «Temperature to another position.
The Freezer
or the refrigerator
do not cool
enough.
Door not properly
closed.
The door has been
opened frequently.
Inadequate position of
«Temperature
Regulator».
Food has been
introduced recently
In large quantity.
Close well.
Avoid frequent opening.
Change position to a
cooler one.
‘The appliance will get
back to normal, wait.
frozen in the
refrigerator.
«Temperature
Regulator» in
inadequate position
Food touches the
back walls.
>" Change position to
less cold.
e Bring food forwards.
4. The motor
does not stop
running
C) WATER /ICE |
1 . Makes too
much ice
«Temperature
Regulator» in
inadequate position.
Door not properly
closed. |
Door open
frequently.
Food has been put
in recently in large
quantity.
«Temperature
Regulator of Freezer»
in position «S».
«Temperature
Regulator» in
inadequate position.
Door not properly
closed. |
Excessive door
opening.
Draining plug not in
its place.
—. Change position to
less cold.
e Close the door
correctly.
* Avoid frequent
opening.
* Wait for the appliance
to come back to
normal.
e This is normal.
IE Change position to
less cold.
* Close correctly.
* Avoid frequent
opening.
* Place draining plug
«D» (Fig. 1).
2. Water in the
lower part of
the refrigerator
Drain blocked.
Draining plug not in
place.
e Place draining plug «D»
(Fig. 1)
e Clean duct «G» (Fig. 1)
3. Water in the
vegetable box
Wet vegetables have
been introduced.
e This is normal.
4. The outside of
the cabinet
steams up
1. Door does not
close
High humidity level
in the room.
The apliance is not
properly levelled.
Door has been banged
too hard and bounces
back.
* Food protrudes.
Drawers protrude.
e This is normal. It does
not affect the perfor-
mance of the appliance.
* Level smooth.
* Never bang the door.
* Place food properly.
* Push them into place.
Appliance not properly
levelled | |
Friction from back
pipes.
Some fixing screw
IS loose. |
Something inside is
vibrating. |
Others.
o Level properly.
* Space well.
e Tighten the screw.
‚ ® Расе correctly.
| ® See next page.
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DIMENSIONS WITH DIMENSIONS WITH
DOORS CLOSED DOORS OPEN
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C € This appliance complies with the following CEE Directives:
— 73/23 CEE of 19/02/73 (low voltage directive) and subsequent modifications.
— 89/336 CEE of 03/05/89 (electromagnetic compatibility directive) and subsequent
modifications.
Data in agreement with «UNE» requirements.
TOTAL GROSS VOLUME (L.) I | 370
HEIGHT «A» mm) a 1.700
VOLTAGE (V) + 6 % 220 - 230
FREQUENCY (Hz) | 50
FREEZING CAPACITY (Kg./24 h.) | ©
| POWER CONSUMPTION (W) | | a | A a - lam
TEMPERATURE RISING TIME (h) | 18
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