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Liebherr HC1000B DesignGuide Fully Integrated Models 24 u. 48 inch
Design Guide 2014
Fully Integrated Models 24" and 48"
Welcome
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selection of freezers, refrigerators and wine refrigerators worldwide.
Liebherr appliances consistently specializes in the manufacturing of high
quality freezers and refrigerators. With more than 300 basic models, we have
the widest selection in the world. Liebherr appliances feature premium quality,
numerous innovative product ideas and advanced design. Liebherr freezers and
refrigerators are manufactured at three modern production plants:
Liebherr Marica in Bulgaria, Liebherr-Hausgeräte Ochsenhausen GmbH in
Germany and the Liebherr-Hausgeräte Lienz GmbH in Austria.
We produce more than 2.2 million quality freezers, refrigerators and wine
refrigerators each year, and these are sold all over the world. LiebherrHausgeräte Ochsenhausen GmbH in Germany makes over 900.000 appliances
a year and employs 1.900 people. The Liebherr-Hausgeräte Lienz GmbH
manufactures more than 500.000 freezers and refrigerators and employs 1.500
people.
The appliances for the North American market are produced in Austria and in
Germany.
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as a critical priority. To guarantee an optimum and consistent implementation,
all ecological aspects were observed and integrated into the quality control of
Liebherr in compliance with DIN EN ISO 9001.
Liebherr's Commitment to the Environment
The components of Liebherr products can be recycled when the necessary
resources are applied. A concern for the environment and a desire to protect
resources has lead to increased levels of recycling year after year. When
Liebherr manufactures products, it is essential that the recyclable recovery rate
of the materials we use constantly increases.
Recycling is a common goal among all manufacturers, municipalities and
recycling companies to protect our environment. Protecting the environment
and producing products which have a low impact on the environment, is one
of Liebherr's core values. Whether you are replacing a unit or starting fresh,
remember to dispose of your old appliance in an environmentally safe and
friendly manner.
Introduction
LIEBHERR WARRANTY PLAN
FULL TWO YEAR WARRANTY - For two years from the date of original purchase, your Liebherr Warranty
covers all parts and labor to repair or replace any part of the product which proves to be defective in materials or workmanship.
FULL FIVE YEAR WARRANTY - For five years from the date of original purchase, your Liebherr Warranty
covers all parts and labor to repair or replace any components that prove to be defective in materials or
workmanship in the sealed system. The "Sealed System" means only the compressor, condenser, evaporator, drier and all connecting tubing.
LIMITED 6TH THROUGH 12TH YEAR WARRANTY - From the 6th through 12th year from the date of
original purchase, your Liebherr Warranty covers all parts that prove to be defective in materials or workmanship in the sealed system (parts only).
For Service and Parts in the U.S.:
PlusOne Solutions, Inc.
3501 Quadrangle Blvd, Suite 120
Orlando, FL 32817
Customer Service
If your appliance is not working properly, or if the temperature display reads "F0" to "F5”, please call the
numbers listed below.
Give the fault number displayed, together with the
Type Designation,
Service Number and
Appliance Number (Serial Number)
from the model plate, to ensure prompt, accurate servicing. The model plate is located inside the appliance.
Leave the appliance door closed until the customer service technician arrives to minimize any further cold loss.
Phone:
Fax:
Toll Free:
(407) 359-5929
(407) 359-6929
1-866-LIEBHER or
1-866-543-2437
Service-appliances.us@liebherr.com
www.liebherr-appliances.com
For Service and Parts in Canada:
Euro-Parts Canada
39822 Belgrave Road,
BELGRAVE, Ontario, N0G 1E0
Phone:
Fax:
Toll Free:
(519) 357-3320
(519) 357-1326
1-888-LIEBHER or
1-888-543-2437
www.euro-parts.ca
Need help?
For design related inquiries not addressed
in this Design Guide please email install.
americas@liebherr.com
Contents
General Remarks
Safety WarningsI
Electrical Requirements & SafetyII
IceMaker (if equipped)III
Area RequirementsIV
Safety RegulationsV
Fully Integrated Models 24" and 48" Models
HC 1070 1
Ventilation Requirements3
Kitchen Cabinet Base Grille4
Location Of The Electrical Outlet
Unit Dimensions5
Kitchen Cabinet Doors6
Definition of the Door Panel Heights7
HC 1000B, HC 1001B9
Ventilation Requirements11
Kitchen Cabinet Base Grille12
Location Of The Electrical Outlet
Unit Dimensions13
Kitchen Cabinet Doors
14
Definition of the Door Panel Heights15
HF 861 / HRB 1120, SBS 70I417
Ventilation Requirements19
Kitchen Cabinet Base Grille20
Location Of The Electrical Outlet
Unit Dimensions21
Kitchen cabinet setup for the water filter
22
Kitchen Cabinet Doors23
Definition of the Door Panel Heights24
General Remarks
I. Safety Warnings
PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS
This design guide contains Warning and Caution statements. This information is important for safe and
efficient installation.
This design guide is not replacing the use and care manual which contains important information on how to use Liebherr appliances.
Always read and follow all Warning and Caution statements!
indicates a hazardous situation, which if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
indicates a hazardous situation, which if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
indicates a hazardous situation, which if not avoided, will result in minor or moderate injury.
NOTICE
indicates a hazardous situation, which if not avoided, could result in damage to property.
NOTE
indicates useful advice and tips.
Make sure incoming voltage is the same as the unit rating.
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or personal injury, the installation work and electrical wiring must be done by
a qualified electrician in accordance with all applicable codes and standards, including fire rated construction.
To the Installer
It is very important that the guidelines and instructions are followed in this design guide to ensure proper installation and operation of the unit. The Installation Guidelines section contains important information for making sure the
installation is correct. Read and understand all the information and installation guidelines in this manual before the
unit is installed.
It is also very important to know the Safety Information.
General Remarks
II. Electrical Requirements & Safety
III. IceMaker (if equipped)
A 115 Volt, 60 Hz, 15 Amp (20 Amp for side-by-side installation) fused electrical supply is required. Connect an
undercounter wine cabinet to a 115 VAC, 10 amp
(15 Amp for side-by-side installations) circuit that is controlled by a circuit breaker or fuse.
We recommend using a dedicated circuit for these appliances to prevent electrical overload. Comply with
the National Electrical Code as well as local codes and
ordinances when installing the receptacle.
The icemaker is located in the freezer compartment.
The appliance must be level for the icemaker to function
properly.
If you have hard water, we recommend you install a
water softener. Also, a filter must be installed if the water
contains solids such as sand. All equipment and devices
used to supply the water to the appliance must comply
with the current regulations for your geographical area.
Safety Instructions and Warnings
Do not ground to a gas pipe. Check with a
qualified electrician if you are not sure the
appliance is properly grounded. Do not have
a fuse in the neutral or grounding circuit.
ELECTROCUTION HAZARD
Electrical Grounding Required. This appliance is equipped with a three-prong
(grounding) polarized plug for your protection against possible shock hazards.
• DO NOT remove the round grounding
prong from the plug.
• DO NOT use a two-prong grounding
adapter.
• DO NOT use an extension cord to connect
power to the unit.
• DO NOT use a power cord that is frayed
or damged.
• Do not attach the water source while the appliance is
connected to an electrical outlet.
• The water quality must comply with the drinking water
regulations for the geographical area where the appliance is located.
• The icemaker is designed exclusively to make ice
cubes in quantities needed by a household and may
only be operated with water appropriate for this purpose.
• All repairs and work on the icemaker may only be done
by customer service personnel or other trained personnel.
Appliances with water connection:
• The water pressure must be between 21.8-87.0 psi (1.5-6
bar). Use a 1/4" OD copper line (not supplied) to connect the water supply to the solenoid valve.
• A shut-off valve, must be installed between the hose
line and the main water supply so that the water supply can be stopped if necessary. Do not install the
shut-off valve behind the refrigeration unit.
• The connection to the water supply may only be made
by a trained and licensed plumber.
• The manufacturer cannot accept liability for damage
caused by equipment or water lines between the solenoid valve and the water supply.
Appliances with water tank:
• Fill the water tank with cold potable water only. Never
use fluids containing sugar such as soft drinks, fruitjuices etc..
• Through the use of filtered, decarbonized water, drinking water with the best possible flavor is achieved,
and this can be used for problem-free production of
ice cubes. This water quality can be achieved using
a table water filter of the kind available in trade retail
outlets.
General Remarks
IV. Area Requirements
V. Safety Regulations
Verify the following:
• Floors can support refrigerator’s weight plus approximately 1200 pounds (544 kg) of food weight. Not
all Liebherr products are designed for 1200 pounds
(544 kg) of food. Some units are smaller and total
weights may vary.
The appliance complies with UL250 and CAN/CSA-C
22,2 No. 63-93 (HF 851, HRB 1110) and respectively
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60335-1-11, 60335-2-24-06 and
UL 60335-1, UL 60335-2-24 (HC 1070, HC 1000B, HC
1001B, HRB 1120) and is designed to cool, freeze, store
food as well as make ice (if equipped). It is designed as a
household appliance. If used commercially, the relevant
regulations on commercial use must be observed.
• Finished kitchen floor height is level. Refrigerator must
be shimmed to the floor level, or levelled, to make
sure, air vents are not obstructed.
• Remove anything attached to the rear or side walls
that can obstruct refrigerator opening.
• Cutout dimensions are accurate.
The appliance is set to operate within specific ambient
temperature limits according to its climate rating. These
temperature limits should not be exceeded. The correct climate rating for your appliance is indicated on the
model plate.
This is explained as follows:
• Electrical outlet is in correct location.
Do not install this unit next to any other refrigerator or
freezer except another Liebherr model. Liebherr models
are designed to allow side by side installation. They are
equipped with a heating system to eliminate condensation when units are installed side by side. Installing this
unit next to any other refrigerator or freezer can cause
condensation or cause damage to the Liebherr unit.
NOTICE
To protect the refrigerator from possible
damage, allow the appliance to stand 1/2 to
1 hour in place before turning the electricity
on. This allows the refrigerant and system
lubrication to reach equilibrium.
Blocking For Safety
The anti-tip brackets must be installed to prevent the
unit from tipping after it is installed.
Climate
Rating
Set for Ambient Temperatures of
SN
50°F to 90°F (10°C to 32°C)
N
61°F to 90°F (16°C to 32°C)
ST
61°F to 101°F (16°C to 38°C)
T
61°F to 110°F (16°C to 43°C)
SN-ST
SN-T
50°F to 101°F (10°C to 38°C)
50°F to 110°F (10°C to 43°C)
- The refrigerant circuit has been tested for leaks.
Fully Integrated
HC 1070, HC 1000B, HC 1001B, HF 861/HRB 1120 - SBS 70I4
24" Model: HC 1070 Integrated units are the most stylish option available - they're totally out of sight, fully concealed behind a cabinet door. Installed in
a tall kitchen cupboard, the refrigerator door simply opens in unison with the cupboard door.
HC 1070
Energy Star:qualified
Energy consumption p. a.:
475* kWh
respectively 407** kWh
Energy Supply:115V/60Hz
Total capacity:
9,32 cu ft (264 L)
Refrigerator:
6,92 cu ft (196 L)
Freezer:
2,4 cu ft (68 L)
Climate Rating:
SN-T
Door hinges:
right / reversable
• Automatic refrigerator and freezer compartment defrosting
• LED light column at both sides
• HC 1070 with soft closing system
• IceMaker with water tank
• Height-adjustable feet at front and levelling rails
*
**
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Measurement determined according to Appendix A to Subpart B of 10 CFR Part 430
Measurement determined according to Appendix A1 to Subpart B of 10 CRF Part 430
Fully Integrated
HC 1070, HC 1000B, HC 1001B, HF 861/HRB 1120 - SBS 70I4
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Fully Integrated
HC 1070, HC 1000B, HC 1001B, HF 861/HRB 1120 - SBS 70I4
Ventilation Requirements
This is a fully integrated refrigerator-freezer which means that it
is fully enclosed by a kitchen cabinet. This type of cabinet must
be carefully constructed using the correct dimensions and it
must provide suitable ventilation to ensure proper appliance
operation.
NOTICE
If the following ventilation dimensions are
not observed the compressor will be damaged.
Kitchen Cabinet Airflow
B - Side view
Cabinet
Refrigerator
1. The following ventilation dimensions must be observed:
There must be a ventilation space at least 31 in.² (200 cm²)
at the airflow inlet (1) and at the airflow outlet (2).
The top ventilation space can be directed in one of the following ways:
A) Directly over the appliance (2) with either an optional factory air vent or custom made one.
B) Above the cabinet and below the ceiling (3).
C) Through a vent installed in a soffit (4).
A
B
C
A minimum space of 1 1/2" is required when a cabinet is built
above and/or underneath.
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Fully Integrated
Kitchen Cabinet Base Grille
HC 1070, HC 1000B, HC 1001B, HF 861/HRB 1120 - SBS 70I4
Location Of The Electrical Outlet
Ventilation through the cabinet base at the bottom can be
achieved by installing the provided ventilation grille (3) or via a
ventilation opening of at least 31 in.² (200 cm²).
When using the provided ventilation grille (3), please proceed
as follows:
- In the cabinet base, cut out a ventilation opening that is 1723/32 in. (450 mm) in width and 2-7/32 in. (56 mm) in height.
- Insert ventilation (3) grille into the cabinet base cut-out (1).
- From the back side, slide the snap-fits (2) into the grille until
the hooks make contact with the cabinet base.
- Completely mount cabinet base (with ventilation grille and
snap-fits) to kitchen cabinet.
Do not locate the electrical outlet behind the
appliance!
The electrical outlet is required to be accessible for
installation and service.
Choose the position of the
electrical outlet considering
these specifications.
Free length of the power cord
is 85".
Power cord exits rear of appliance at this location.
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Fully Integrated
HC 1070, HC 1000B, HC 1001B, HF 861/HRB 1120 - SBS 70I4
Unit Dimensions
A
21-7/16" (544 mm)
B
69-11/16" (1770 mm)
C
22" (559 mm)
D
69-3/4" - 70-3/8" (1772 - 1788 mm)
E
min 22" (560 mm)
max 22-3/4" (578 mm)
G
21-5/8" (550 mm)
H
1-5/8" (40 mm)
J 27-3/8" (695 mm)
K
24-3/4" (629 mm)
L
max. 3/4" (19 mm)
M
9-21/32" (245 mm)
1 Power cord
2 Level
3 Fish line for power cord
In the case of side-by-side installation, two appliances next to one another, build the appliances into separate kitchen units.
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HC 1070, HC 1000B, HC 1001B, HF 861/HRB 1120 - SBS 70I4
Kitchen Cabinet Doors
Designing the Kitchen Cabinet Doors
You will need two doors for the kitchen cabinet, one on top for
the refrigerator compartment, and one on the bottom for the
freezer compartment. In general, the doors have these characteristics:
• The width of the cabinet doors depends on the kitchen style
and the size of the gaps between the door panels of the
cabinetry. Generally, a 1/8” vertical gap between the cabinet
doors is recommended.
• The doors should be at least 5/8 in. (16 mm) thick to allow
the connecting rails to be fastened to them. The maximum
thickness of the door panel can be 3/4 in. (19mm).
• With both doors closed, there should be a minimum of 1/8
in. (3 mm) between the upper and lower doors (2). Also, there
should be a 1/8 in. (3 mm) clearance between the upper door
and the cabinet door (1) above it (if any).
• The top edge of the upper door (1) and lower door (2) should
be even with the doors of adjoining cabinet(s), if any.
• The position of the joint between the kitchen cabinet doors
must be level with the position of the joint between the appliance doors (2).
• Adjust the door alignment before installing the appliance. It is
impossible to adjust the door with the appliance installed.
• Check the installation dimensions according to Section "Unit
Dimensions".
• Do not load the door with more than 35 lbs (16kg) of food.
• Before assembling the unit door, make sure that the permitted weight for the unit doors is not exceeded. If permitted
weight is exceeded damage to hinges may occur.
Maximum weight of unit door
Fridge compartment door
30.5 lbs (14 kg)
Freezer compartment door
26.5 lbs (12 kg)
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HC 1070, HC 1000B, HC 1001B, HF 861/HRB 1120 - SBS 70I4
Definition of the Door Panel Heights:
1. Start with the lower door of the freezer compartment:
The freezer door height is 24-24/32" (629 mm). In order to cover
the lower part of the appliance, increase the height of the panel to
27-3/8" (695 mm).
2. To cover the face side of the floor board (a) add the thickness of
the floor board (usually 3/4" (19 mm)).
Thus, the minimum height of the freezer door panel is:
27-3/8" + 3/4" = 28-1/8"
(695 mm + 19 mm = 714 mm)
3. Without door panels on the unit, there is a gap of 19/32“ (15mm)
between the hinge on the freezer door and the hinge on the refrigerator door.
After the installation of the cabinet doors, the gap between the two
doors will only be around 1/8” (3mm).
4. If there is other furniture standing close to the refrigerator cabinet
(See also previous page) this furniture typically has a gap between
two drawers or two doors. Depending on your kitchen, these gaps
are approximately 1/8" (3 mm) wide.
5. In this case, the maximum height of the freezer door panel is:
27-3/8" + 3/4" + 19/32" - 1/8" = 28-19/32"
(695 mm + 19 mm + 15 mm - 3 mm = 726 mm)
Where as the minimum height of the freezer door panel is:
27-3/8" + 3/4" = 28-1/8"
(695 mm + 19 mm = 714 mm)
Of course, the final door height depends on the gap position of the
cabinets that stand to the left and right of the refrigerator cabinet.
6. The height of the refrigerator door panel is:
The total opening of the cabinet (i.e. 70-3/8" (1788 mm)) plus the thickness of the top as well as the floor board (usually 3/4" (19 mm)) minus
the height of the freezer door panel (xxx" (xxx mm)) and subtract the
width of the gap (approximately 1/8" (3 mm)):
70-3/8" + 3/4" + 3/4" - xxx" - 1/8" = 71-3/4" - xxx"
(1788 mm + 19 mm + 19 mm - xxx mm - 3 mm = 1823mm – xxx mm)
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Fully Integrated
HC 1070, HC 1000B, HC 1001B, HF 861/HRB 1120 - SBS 70I4
HC 1070 Cabinet Doors
Appliance
(The numbers in brackets are mm)
The gap between refrigerator and freezer door must lie within the crosshatched area.
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Fully Integrated
HC 1070, HC 1000B, HC 1001B, HF 861/HRB 1120 - SBS 70I4
24" Model: HC 1000B, HC 1001B Integrated units are the most stylish option available - they're totally out of sight, fully concealed behind a cabinet door. Installed in
a tall kitchen cupboard, the refrigerator door simply opens in unison with the cupboard door.
HC 1000B
Energy Star:qualified
Energy consumption p. a.:
395 kWh
Energy Supply:115V/60Hz
Total capacity:
9,42 cu ft (267 L)
Refrigerator:
7,02 cu ft (199 L)
Freezer:
2,4 cu ft (68 L)
Climate Rating:
SN-T
Door hinges:
right / reversable
• Automatic refrigerator and freezer compartment defrosting
• HC 1000B with Sliding system and LED-lighting
• Height-adjustable feet at front and levelling rails
HC 1001B
Energy Star:qualified
Energy consumption p. a.:
395 kWh
Energy Supply:115V/60Hz
Total capacity:
9,42 cu ft (267 L)
Refrigerator:
7,02 cu ft (199 L)
Freezer:
2,4 cu ft (68 L)
Climate Rating:
SN-T
Door hinges:
left / reversable
• Automatic refrigerator and freezer compartment defrosting
• HC 1001B with Sliding system and LED-lighting
• Height-adjustable feet at front and levelling rails
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Fully Integrated
HC 1070, HC 1000B, HC 1001B, HF 861/HRB 1120 - SBS 70I4
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Fully Integrated
HC 1070, HC 1000B, HC 1001B, HF 861/HRB 1120 - SBS 70I4
Ventilation Requirements
This is a fully integrated refrigerator-freezer which means that it
is fully enclosed by a kitchen cabinet. This type of cabinet must
be carefully constructed using the correct dimensions and it
must provide suitable ventilation to ensure proper appliance
operation.
NOTICE
If the following ventilation dimensions are
not observed the compressor will be damaged.
Kitchen Cabinet Airflow
B - Side view
Cabinet
Refrigerator
1. The following ventilation dimensions must be observed:
There must be a ventilation space at least 31 in.² (200 cm²)
at the airflow inlet (1) and at the airflow outlet (2).
The top ventilation space can be directed in one of the following ways:
A) Directly over the appliance (2) with either an optional factory air vent or custom made one.
B) Above the cabinet and below the ceiling (3).
C) Through a vent installed in a soffit (4).
A
B
C
A minimum space of 1 1/2" is required when a cabinet is built
above and/or underneath.
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Fully Integrated
Kitchen Cabinet Base Grille
HC 1070, HC 1000B, HC 1001B, HF 861/HRB 1120 - SBS 70I4
Location Of The Electrical Outlet
Ventilation through the cabinet base at the bottom can be
achieved by installing the provided ventilation grille (3) or via a
ventilation opening of at least 31 in.² (200 cm²).
When using the provided ventilation grille (3), please proceed
as follows:
- In the cabinet base, cut out a ventilation opening that is 1723/32 in. (450 mm) in width and 2-7/32 in. (56 mm) in height.
- Insert ventilation (3) grille into the cabinet base cut-out (1).
- From the back side, slide the snap-fits (2) into the grille until
the hooks make contact with the cabinet base.
- Completely mount cabinet base (with ventilation grille and
snap-fits) to kitchen cabinet.
Do not locate the electrical outlet behind the
appliance!
The electrical outlet is required to be accessible for
installation and service.
Choose the position of the
electrical outlet considering
these specifications.
Free length of the power cord
is 85".
Power cord exits rear of appliance at this location.
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HC 1070, HC 1000B, HC 1001B, HF 861/HRB 1120 - SBS 70I4
2-5/8 in
(67 mm)
Unit Dimensions
110°
A
21-7/16" (544 mm)
B
69-11/16" (1770 mm)
C
21-1/4" (540 mm)
D
69-3/4" - 70-3/8" (1772 - 1788 mm)
E
min 22" (560 mm)
max 22-3/4" (578 mm)
G
21-5/8" (550 mm)
H
1-5/8" (40 mm)
J 26-3/8" (669 mm)
K
24-3/4" (629 mm)
L
max. 3/4" (19 mm)
M
6-11/16" (170 mm)
1 Power cord
2 Level
3 Fish line for power cord
In the case of side-by-side installation, two appliances next to one another, build the appliances into separate kitchen units.
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Fully Integrated
HC 1070, HC 1000B, HC 1001B, HF 861/HRB 1120 - SBS 70I4
Kitchen Cabinet Doors
Designing the Kitchen Cabinet Doors
You will need two doors for the kitchen cabinet, one on top for
the refrigerator compartment, and one on the bottom for the
freezer compartment. In general, the doors have these characteristics:
• The width of the cabinet doors depends on the kitchen style
and the size of the gaps between the door panels of the
cabinetry. Generally, a 1/8” vertical gap between the cabinet
doors is recommended.
• The doors should be at least 5/8 in. (16 mm) thick to allow
the connecting rails to be fastened to them. The maximum
thickness of the door panel can be 3/4 in. (19mm).
• With both doors closed, there should be a minimum of 1/8
in. (3 mm) between the upper and lower doors (2). Also, there
should be a 1/8 in. (3 mm) clearance between the upper door
and the cabinet door (1) above it (if any).
• The top edge of the upper door (1) and lower door (2) should
be even with the doors of adjoining cabinet(s), if any.
• The position of the joint between the kitchen cabinet doors
must be level with the position of the joint between the appliance doors (2).
• Adjust the door alignment before installing the appliance. It is
impossible to adjust the door with the appliance installed.
• Check the installation dimensions according to Section "Unit
Dimensions".
• Do not load the door with more than 35 lbs (16kg) of food.
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Fully Integrated
HC 1070, HC 1000B, HC 1001B, HF 861/HRB 1120 - SBS 70I4
Definition of the Door Panel Heights:
1. Start with the lower door of the freezer compartment:
The freezer door height is 24-24/32" (663 mm). In order to cover
the lower part of the appliance, increase the height of the panel to
26-3/8" (669 mm).
2. To cover the face side of the floor board (a) add the thickness of
the floor board (usually 3/4" (19 mm)).
Thus, the minimum height of the freezer door panel is:
26-3/8" + 3/4" = 27-1/8"
(669 mm + 19 mm = 688 mm)
3. Without door panels on the unit, there is a gap of 2 5/8“ (67mm)
between the freezer door and the refrigerator door.
After the installation of the cabinet doors, the gap between the two
doors will only be around 1/8” (3mm).
4. If there is other furniture standing close to the refrigerator cabinet
(See also previous page) this furniture typically has a gap between
two drawers or two doors. Depending on your kitchen, these gaps
are approximately 1/8" (3 mm) wide.
5. In this case, the maximum height of the freezer door panel is:
26-3/8" + 3/4" + 2-5/8" - 1/8" = 29-5/8"
(669 mm + 19 mm + 67 mm - 3 mm = 752 mm)
Where as the minimum height of the freezer door panel is:
26-3/8" + 3/4" = 27-1/8"
(669 mm + 19 mm = 688 mm)
Of course, the final door height depends on the gap position of the
cabinets that stand to the left and right of the refrigerator cabinet.
6. The height of the refrigerator door panel is:
The total opening of the cabinet (i.e. 70-3/8" (1788 mm)) plus the thickness of the top as well as the floor board (usually 3/4" (19 mm)) minus
the height of the freezer door panel (xxx" (xxx mm)) and subtract the
width of the gap (approximately 1/8" (3 mm)):
70-3/8" + 3/4" + 3/4" - xxx" - 1/8" = 71-3/4" - xxx"
(1788 mm + 19 mm + 19 mm - xxx mm - 3 mm = 1823mm – xxx mm)
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Fully Integrated
HC 1070, HC 1000B, HC 1001B, HF 861/HRB 1120 - SBS 70I4
HC 1000B, HC 1001B Cabinet Doors
Appliance
(The numbers in brackets are mm)
The gap between refrigerator and freezer door must lie within the crosshatched area.
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24" and 48" Models:
HC 1070, HC 1000B, HC 1001B, HF 861/HRB 1120 - SBS 70I4
HF 861 / HRB 1120, SBS 70I4
Integrated units are the most stylish option available - they're totally out of sight, fully concealed behind a cabinet door. Installed in
a tall kitchen cupboard, the refrigerator door simply opens in unison with the cupboard door.
HF 861
Energy Star:qualified
Energy consumption p. a.:
439 kWh
Energy Supply:115V/60Hz
Total capacity:
7.76 cu ft (220 L)
Climate Rating:SN-T
Door hinges:
left / reversable
• Automatic freezer defrosting
• With soft closing system
• IceMaker with fixed water connection
• Height-adjustable feet at the front
• Changeable door gasket
HRB 1120
Energy Star:qualified
Energy consumption p. a.:
283 kWh
Energy Supply:115V/60Hz
Total capacity:
10,86 cu ft (308 L)
Refrigerator:
7,62 cu ft (216 L)
BioFresh:
3,24 cu ft (92 L)
Climate Rating:SN-ST
Door hinges:
right / reversable
• With soft closing system
• LED light column at both sides
• BioFresh safes with SoftTelescopic
• Height-adjustable feet at front and levelling rails
• Changeable door gasket
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Fully Integrated
HC 1070, HC 1000B, HC 1001B, HF 861/HRB 1120 - SBS 70I4
SBS 70I4 (HF 861 & HRB 1120)
Energy Supply:
Total capacity:
Refrigerator:
Freezer:
Ice cube capacity:
Ice cube stock:
Climate Rating:
Door hinges:
115V/60Hz
18.62 cu ft (528 L)
10.86 cu ft (308 L)
7.76 cu ft (220 L)
1.7 lb/24h
3.3 lb/24h
SN-T/SN-ST
left / right
• Automatic freezer defrosting
• Automatic IceMaker can be switched off
• With soft closing system and LED-lighting
• Height-adjustable feet at the front
• Changeable door gasket
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Fully Integrated
HC 1070, HC 1000B, HC 1001B, HF 861/HRB 1120 - SBS 70I4
Ventilation Requirements
This is a fully integrated refrigerator-freezer which means that it
is fully enclosed by a kitchen cabinet. This type of cabinet must
be carefully constructed using the correct dimensions and it
must provide suitable ventilation to ensure proper appliance
operation.
NOTICE
If the following ventilation dimensions are
not observed the compressor will be damaged.
Kitchen Cabinet Airflow
B - Side view
Cabinet
Refrigerator
1. The following ventilation dimensions must be observed:
There must be a ventilation space at least 31 in.² (200 cm²)
at the airflow inlet (1) and at the airflow outlet (2).
The top ventilation space can be directed in one of the following ways:
A) Directly over the appliance (2) with either an optional factory air vent or custom made one.
B) Above the cabinet and below the ceiling (3).
C) Through a vent installed in a soffit (4).
A
B
C
A minimum space of 1 1/2" is required when a cabinet is built
above and/or underneath.
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Fully Integrated
Kitchen Cabinet Base Grille
HC 1070, HC 1000B, HC 1001B, HF 861/HRB 1120 - SBS 70I4
Location Of The Electrical Outlet
Ventilation through the cabinet base at the bottom can be
achieved by installing the provided ventilation grille (3) or via a
ventilation opening of at least 31 in.² (200 cm²).
When using the provided ventilation grille (3), please proceed
as follows:
- In the cabinet base, cut out a ventilation opening that is 1723/32 in. (450 mm) in width and 2-7/32 in. (56 mm) in height.
- Insert ventilation (3) grille into the cabinet base cut-out (1).
- From the back side, slide the snap-fits (2) into the grille until
the hooks make contact with the cabinet base.
- Completely mount cabinet base (with ventilation grille and
snap-fits) to kitchen cabinet.
Do not locate the electrical outlet behind the
appliance!
The electrical outlet is required to be accessible for
installation and service.
Choose the position of the
electrical outlet considering
these specifications.
Free length of the power cord
is 85".
Power cord exits rear of appliance at this location.
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Fully Integrated
HC 1070, HC 1000B, HC 1001B, HF 861/HRB 1120 - SBS 70I4
Unit Dimensions
A
21-7/16" (544 mm)
B
69-11/16" (1770mm)
C
22" (559 mm)
D
69-3/4" - 70-3/8" (1772 - 1788 mm)
E
min 22" (560 mm)
max 22-3/4" (578 mm)
F
21-5/8" (550 mm)
G
1-5/8" (40 mm)
J 66-1/2" (1689,9 mm)
K
max. 3/4" (19 mm)
L
9-21/32" (245 mm)
1 Power cord
2 Level
3 Fish line for power cord
In the case of side-by-side installation, two appliances next to one another, build the appliances into separate kitchen units.
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Fully Integrated
HC 1070, HC 1000B, HC 1001B, HF 861/HRB 1120 - SBS 70I4
Kitchen cabinet setup for the water
filter (HF 861 only)
The water filter module is supplied with the
appliance (only available for HF 861).
It should be installed near the
appliance in the cabinet, for example, in the
adapter cabinet above the appliance. To
connect the filter to the appliance, it may be
necessary to make an opening (C) in the
floor of the adapter cabinet through which
the hoses will be routed. The maximum
length of the water hose is 98-7/16 ‘‘ (2.5 m).
The filter cover must be installed during
assembly to leave sufficient space around
the filter module.
Maintain the dimensions shown in Fig. so that the filter
can be replaced and the cover can be removed.
(A) 13/16in (20mm)
(B) 3-15/16in (100mm)
(C) 1-3/16in. x 3/8in. ( 30mm x10mm)
(D) min. 4in (100mm)
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Fully Integrated
HC 1070, HC 1000B, HC 1001B, HF 861/HRB 1120 - SBS 70I4
Kitchen Cabinet Doors
Designing the Kitchen Cabinet Door
You will need one door for the kitchen cabinet. In general, the
door has these characteristics:
• The width of the cabinet door depends on the kitchen style
and the size of the gaps between the door panels of the
cabinetry. Generally, a 1/8 in. (3 mm) vertical gap between
the door panels is recommended.
• The door should be at least 5/8 in. (16 mm) thick to allow the
connecting rails to be fastened to it. The maximum thickness
of the door panel can be 3/4 in. (19mm).
• With closed door, there should be a minimum of 1/8 in. (3
mm) between the refrigerator door and the cabinet door (2)
above it (if any).
• The top edge of the door (1) should be even with the doors of
adjoining cabinet(s), if any.
• Adjust the door alignment before installing the appliance. It is
impossible to adjust the door with the appliance installed.
• Check the installation dimensions according to Section "Unit
Dimensions".
• Do not load the door of the refrigerator with more than 49,6
lbs (22,5kg) of food.
• Before assembling the unit door, make sure that the permitted weight for the unit door is not exceeded. If permitted
weight is exceeded damage to hinges may occur.
Maximum weight of unit door
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Fridge door
50 lbs (23 kg)
Freezer door
50 lbs (23 kg)
Fully Integrated
HC 1070, HC 1000B, HC 1001B, HF 861/HRB 1120 - SBS 70I4
Definition of the Door Panel Heights:
1 Cabinet door
2 Appliance door
The height of the cabinet door is calculated as follows:
Total cabinet height (i. e., 70-3/8 in. (1788 mm)) plus the thickness of the cover plate and floor plate Fig. 9 (a)
(usually 3/4 in. (19 mm)): 70-3/8 in. + 3/4 in. + 3/4 in. = 71-7/8 in. ( 1788 mm + 19 mm + 19 mm = 1826 mm )
HF 861 / HRB 1120
(The numbers in brackets are mm)
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Design Guide 2014
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