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Summit FFBF286SSIM8LHD User Manual
FFBF287SSIM
FFBF286SS
FFBF281W
BOTTOM-MOUNT REFRIGERATOR FREEZERS
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Instruction Manual
Please read this manual before using the product!
Dear Customer,
We'd like you to make the best use of our product, which has been manufactured in modern facilities
with care and meticulous quality controls.
Thus, we advice you to read the entire user manual before you use the product. In case the product
changes hands, do not forget to hand the guide to its new owner along with the product.
This guide will help you use the product quickly and safely.
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Please read the user guide carefully before installing and operating the product.
Always observe the applicable safety instructions.
Keep the user guide within easy reach for future use.
Please read any other documents provided with the product.
Keep in mind that this user guide may apply to several product models. The guide clearly indicates any
variations of different models.
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Important information and useful
tips.
Risk of life and property.
Risk of electric shock.
The product’s packaging is
made of recyclable materials,
in accordance with the National
Environment Legislation.

1 Important instructions for safety and
environment
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1.1 General safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
1.1.1 HC warning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.1.2 For products with a water dispenser . . . . . 4
1.2 Intended use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.3 Children’s safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
1.4 Compliance with WEEE Directive and Disposing
of the Product: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
1.5 Compliance with RoHS Directive: . . . . . . . . . 5
1.6 Package information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
2 Your Refrigerator
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3 Installation
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3.1. Right place for installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
3.2. Attaching the plastic wedges . . . . . . . . . . . 8
3.3. Adjusting the stands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
3.4. Power connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
3.5. Connecting the water hose to the refrigerator 9
3.6. Connecting the water line to the water supply9
3.7. Reversing the doors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
3.8. Reversing the doors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
4 Preparation
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4.1. What to do for energy saving . . . . . . . . . . 13
4.2. First Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
5 Operating the product
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5.1. Indicator panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
5.2. Ice bucket . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
5.3. Eggholder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
5.4. Fan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
5.5. Vegetable bin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
5.6. Zero degree compartment . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
5.7. Automatic ice machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
5.8. Freezing fresh food . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
5.9. Recommendations for storing frozen foods 18
5.10. Deep freezer details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
5.11. Placing the food . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
5.12. Door open alert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
5.13. Changing the opening direction of the door 19
5.14. Interior light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
6 Maintenance and cleaning
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6.1. Avoiding bad odors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
6.2. Protecting the plastic surfaces . . . . . . . . . 20
6.3. Door Glass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
7 Troubleshooting
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8 LIMITED WARRANTY
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Important instructions for safety and environment
This section contains safety instructions that will
help protect from risk of personal injury or property
damage. Failure to follow these instructions shall
void any warranty.
• Do not plug in the refrigerator if the wall outlet is
loose.
• Never connect your refrigerator to electricitysaving systems. Such systems are harmful for
the product.
1.1 General safety
• Unplug the product during installation, mainte• This product can be used by children at and
nance, cleaning and repairing procedures.
above 8 years old and by persons whose
• Always have the installation and repairing
physical, sensory or mental capabilities were
procedures carried out by the Authorised
not fully developed or who lack experience and
Service Agent. Manufacturer shall not be
knowledge provided that they are supervised or
held liable for damages that may arise from
trained on the safe usage of the product and the
procedures carried out by unauthorised persons.
risks it brings out. Children must not play with
• Do not eat cone ice cream and ice cubes imthe product. Cleaning and maintenance works
mediately after you take them out of the freezer
should not be performed by children unless they
compartment! This may cause frostbite in your
are supervised by someone.
mouth!
• Unplug the product if a failure occurs while it is
• Do not touch frozen food by hand! They may
in use.
stick to your hand!
• If the product has a failure, it should not be
• Do not put bottled and canned liquid beverages
operated unless it is repaired by the Authorised
in the freezer compartment. They may burst!
Service Agent. There is the risk of electric shock! • Never use steam and steam assisted cleaning
• Connect the product to a grounded outlet
materials to clean or defrost the refrigerator.
protected by a fuse complying with the values in
Steam will cause short circuit or electric shock
the rating plate. Have the grounding installation
since it would get into contact with the electrical
made by a qualified electrician. Our company
parts in the refrigerator!
shall not be liable for any damages that will arise • Do not use mechanical devices or other methods
when the product is used without grounding in
to accelerate the defrosting process, other than
accordance with the local regulations.
those recommended by the manufacturer.
• Unplug the product when not in use.
• Never use the parts on your refrigerator such as
• Never wash the product by spreading or pouring
the door and drawer as a means of support or
water onto it! There is the risk of electric shock!
step. This will cause the product to tip over or
• Never touch the plug with wet hands! Never
parts of it get damaged.
unplug by pulling on the cable, always pull out
• Do not damage the cooling circuit, where the
by grabbing the plug.
refrigerant is circulating, with drilling or cutting
• It is recommended to clean the tip of the plug
tools. The refrigerant that might blow out when
regularly with a dry cloth.
the gas channels of the evaporator, pipe extensions or surface coatings are punctured may
cause skin irritations and eye injuries.
• Do not cover or block the ventilation holes on the
refrigerator with any material.
• Place the beverage with higher proofs tightly
closed and vertically.
• Do not use gaseous sprays near the product
since there is the risk of fire or explosion!
• Flammable items or products that contain flammable gases (e.g. spray) as well as the explosive
materials should never be kept in the appliance.
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Safety and environment instructions
• Do not place containers filled with liquid on
top of the product. Spilling water on an electrical component may cause electric shocks
or risk of fire.
• Do not store products (vaccines, heat-sensitive medicines, scientific materials and etc.)
that require a precise temperature control in
the refrigerator.
• If you will not operate the product for a long
period of time, unplug and unload the food in
it.
• If the product is equipped with blue light, do
not look at the blue light with optical tools.
• Exposing the product to rain, snow, sun and
wind is dangerous with respect to electrical
safety.
• In products with mechanical control (thermostat), wait for minimum 5 minutes to plug in
the product again after unplugging it.
• Do not overload the product. It may fall when
the door is opened, and cause injury or damage. Similar problems may occur in case of
putting things on top of the product.
• If the product’s door is equipped with a handle, do not pull by the handle when changing
the place of the product. Handle may get
loose.
• Pay attention not to have your hand or any
part of your body get caught by the moving
parts inside the product.
1.1.1 HC warning
• If your product’s cooling system contains
R600a:
This gas is flammable. Therefore, pay attention
to not damaging the cooling system and piping
during usage and transportation. In the event of
damage, keep your product away from potential
fire sources that can cause the product catch a
fire and ventilate the room in which the unit is
placed.
Ignore this warning if your product’s cooling system contains R134a.
Type of gas used in the product is stated in the
type plate which is on the left wall inside the
refrigerator.
Never throw the product in fire for disposal.
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If the product is equipped with a
cooling system containing R134a
gas, ignore this warning.
You can learn the gas used in
production of your product on the
rating plate located on the left inner
part of it.
WARNING: Never dispose of the
product in fire.
1.1.2 For products with a
water dispenser
• Pressure for cold water inlet shall be
maximum 90 psi (6.2 bar). If your water
pressure exceeds 80 psi (5.5 bar), use
a pressure limiting valve in your mains
system. If you do not know how to check
your water pressure, ask for the help of a
professional plumber.
• If there is risk of water hammer effect in
your installation, always use water hammer
prevention equipment in your installation.
Consult Professional plumbers if you are not
sure that there is no water hammer effect
in your installation.
• Do not install on the hot water inlet. Take
precautions against the risk of freezing of
the hoses. Water temperature operating
interval shall be 33°F (0.6°C) minimum and
100°F (38°C) maximum.
• Use only potable water.
1.2 Intended use
• This product has been designed for domestic
use. It is not suitable for commercial use and
it must not be used out of its intended use.
• Product must be used only for storing food.
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Safety and environment instructions
• The manufacturer waives any responsibility
arisen from incorrect usage or transportation.
• The service life of your product is 10 years.
During this period, original spare parts will
be available to operate the appliance properly.
1.3 Children’s safety
• If the door has a lock, the key should be kept
away from reach of children.
•Children must be supervised to prevent them
from tampering with the product.
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DANGER: Risk of child
entrapment. Before you
throw away your old
refrigerator or freezer:
• Take off the doors.
• Leave the shelves in place
so that children may not
easily climb inside.
1.4 Compliance with WEEE
Directive and Disposing
of the Product:
This product complies with EU
WEEE Directive (2012/19/EU).
This product bears a classification
symbol for electrical and
electronic equipment (WEEE).This
product has been manufactured
with high quality parts and
materials which can be reused and are
suitable for recycling. Do not dispose of
the waste product with normal domestic
and other wastes at the end of its service
life. Take it to the collection center for
the recycling of electrical and electronic
equipment. Please consult your local
authorities to learn about these collection
centers.
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1.5 Compliance with
RoHS Directive:
• The product you have purchased complies
with EU RoHS Directive (2011/65/EU). It
does not contain harmful and prohibited
materials specified in the Directive.
1.6 Package information
• Packaging materials of the product are
manufactured from recyclable materials in
accordance with our National Environment
Regulations. Do not dispose of the packaging
materials together with the domestic or other
wastes. Take them to the packaging material
collection points designated by the local
authorities.
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DANGER: Risk Of Fire or
Explosion. Flammable
Refrigerant Used. Do Not
Use Mechanical Devices
To Defrost Refrigerator. Do
Not Puncture Refrigerant
Tubing”.
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DANGER: Risk Of Fire Or
Explosion. Flammable
Refrigerant Used. To Be
Repaired Only By Trained
Service Personnel. Do
Not Puncture Refrigerant
Tubing”.
Safety and environment instructions
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CAUTION : Risk Of Fire Or
Explosion. Flammable
Refrigerant Used. Consult
Repair Manual/Owner’s
Guide Before Attempting
To Service This Product. All
Safety Precautions Must
be Followed.
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CAUTION : Risk Of Fire
Or Explosion Due To
Puncture Of Refrigerant
Tubing; Follow Handling
Instructions Carefully.
Flammable Refrigerant
Used”.
CAUTION : Risk Of Fire Or
Explosion. Dispose Of
Properly In Accordance
With Federal Or Local
Regulations. Flammable
Refrigerant Used.
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Cooler compartment door shelf
Water dispenser filling tank
Egg section
Water dispenser reservoir
Bottle shelf
Sliding storage box
Adjustable legs
Deep freezer compartment
Quick freeze compartment
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Ice cube tray & Ice bank
Vegetable bin
Zero degree compartment
Interior light
Cooler compartment glass shelf
Temperature adjustment button
Cooler compartment
Freezer compartment
Pictures given in this manual are given as example figures and they may not be exactly the same as
your product. If your product does not comprise the relevant parts, the information pertains to other
models.
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Installation
3.1. Right place for installation
Contact the Authorized Service for the product's
installation. To ready the product for installation,
see the information in the user guide and make
sure the electric and water utilities are as required.
If not, call an electrician and plumber to arrange
the utilities as necessary.
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WARNING: The manufacturer assumes
no responsibility for any damage caused
by the work carried out by unauthorized
persons.
WARNING: The product’s power cable
must be unplugged during installation.
Failure to do so may result in death or
serious injuries!
WARNING: If the door span is too narrow
for the product to pass, remove the door
and turn the product sideways; if this does
not work, contact the authorized service.
3.2. Attaching the plastic wedges
Use the plastic wedges included with the product
to provide sufficient space for air circulation
between the product and the wall.
1. To attach the wedges, remove the screws on the
product and use the screws provided with the wedges.
2. Attach 2 plastic wedges on the ventilation cover
3.3. Adjusting the stands
If the product is not in balanced position, adjust the
front adjustable stands by rotating right or left.
• Place the product on a flat surface to avoid
vibration.
• Place the product at least 30 cm (12”) away
from the heater, stove and similar sources of
heat and at least 5 cm (2”) away from electric
ovens.
• Do not expose the product to direct sunlight or
keep in damp environments.
• The product requires adequate air circulation to
function efficiently.
• If the product will be placed in an alcove,
remember to leave at least 5 cm distance
between the product and the ceiling and the
walls.
• Do not install the product in environments with
temperatures below -5°C (23°F).
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3.4. Power connection
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3.5. Connecting the water
hose to the refrigerator
WARNING: Do not use extension or
1. Slip the union (b) onto the water hose
multi sockets in power connection.
(a).
WARNING: Damaged power cable
2. Push the water hose downwards firmly
to slip it onto the water inlet valve (c).
3. Tighten the union (c) by hand to secure
it onto the water inlet valve.
must be replaced by Authorized
Service.
When placing two coolers in adjacent
position, leave at least 4 cm distance
between the two units.
• Our firm will not assume responsibility
for any damages due to usage without
grounding and power connection in
compliance with national regulations.
• The power cable plug must be easily
accessible after installation.
• Connect the refrigerator to a grounded
socket with 110V/6 0 Hz voltage. The plug
must comprise a 10-16A fuse.
• Do not use multi-group plug with or without
extension cable between the wall socket
and the refrigerator.
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Normally, you are not required to
tighten the union with a tool. However, you can
use a wrench or pliers to tighten the union if
there is a leakage
3.6. Connecting the water
line to the water supply
Connect the water line to a water supply valve.
If a valve is not present or you are not sure,
consult a qualified plumber.
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3.7. Reversing the doors
Proceed in numerical order .
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3.8. Reversing the doors
Proceed in numerical order .
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Installation
m m 2"
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1917 mm 75 15/32" 708.6
27 5 mm 7/64
" Height (cm/inch) unpacked
Width (cm/inch) unpacked
Depth (cm/inch) unpacked
Height (cm/inch)packed Width (cm/inch)packed Depth (cm/inch) packed
Gross Weight (Kg) / lbs Net Weight (Kg) / lbs 1917 -­‐75 15/32”
704-­‐27 23/32”
708.6-­‐ 27 57/64”
1978-­‐ 77 7/8”
747 -­‐ 29 13/32”
742-­‐ 29 7/32”
90 -­‐ 198.5
84 -­‐ 184.2
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Preparation
4.1. What to do for energy saving
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• Make sure the foods are not in contact with
the cooler compartment temperature sensor
described below.
Connecting the product to electronic
energy-saving systems is harmful, as it
may damage the product.
• Do not keep the refrigerator doors open for
long periods.
• Do not place hot food or beverages into the
refrigerator.
• Do not overfill the refrigerator; blocking the
internal air flow will reduce cooling capacity.
• In order to store the maximum amount of
food into the cooler compartment of your
refrigerator, you should take out the upper
drawers and place it onto the glass rack.
The declared energy consumption of your
refrigerator was determined by taking out the
cooler, ice tray and upper drawers in a way that
will enable maximum storage. Using the below
drawer when storing is strongly recommended.
Energy saving function should be activated for
best energy consumption.
• You should not block the airflow by putting food
in front of the cooler fan. A space of minimum
3cm must be left in front of the protective fan
wire when placing food.
• Depending on the product’s features;
defrosting frozen foods in the cooler
compartment will ensure energy saving and
preserve food quality.
• Food should be stored using the drawers in the
cooler compartment in order to ensure energy
saving and protect food in better conditions.
• Food packages should not be in direct contact
with the heat sensor located in the cooler
compartment. If they are in contact with the
sensor, energy consumption of the appliance
might increase.
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4.2. First Use
Before using your refrigerator, make sure the
necessary preparations are made in line with
the instructions in “Safety and environment
instructions” and “Installation” sections.
• Keep the product running with no food inside
for 6 hours and do not open the door, unless
absolutely necessary.
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A sound will be heard when the
compressor is engaged. It is normal to
hear sound even when the compressor is
inactive, due to the compressed liquids and
gasses in the cooling system.
Front edges of the product might heat
up. This is normal. These areas are
designed to warm up in order to prevent
condensation.
In some models indicator panel turns off
automatically 5 minutes after the door
closes. It will be reactivated when the door
is open or any button is pressed.
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Operating the product
5.1. Indicator panel
Indicator panels may vary according to the product model.
Audio – visual functions on the indicator panel help you in using your product.
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Automatic Ice Machine Off/On indicator
Fridge Compartment Indicator
Error Status Indicator
Temperature Indicator
Vacation Button
Temperature Setting Button
Ice Cancel Button
Compartment Selection Button
Freezer Compartment Indicator
Economy Mode Indicator
*Optional: The figures in this user guide are intended as drafts and may not perfectly match
your product. If your product does not comprise the relevant parts, the information pertains to
other models.
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Using the product
1. Automatic Ice Machine Off/On indicator
This symbol appears on the display when Ice
Off function is activated.
2. Fridge Compartment Indicator
Fridge compartment light illuminates when
adjusting the fridge compartment temperature.
3. Error Status Indicator
If your refrigerator does not cool adequately
or if there is a sensor failure, this indicator
will be activated. When this indicator is active,
Freezer Compartment Temperature indicator will display “e” and Fridge Compartment
Temperature Indicator will display numbers
such as “1,2,3…”. These numbers on the
indicator provide information about the error to
the service personnel.
9. Freezer Compartment Indicator
Freezer compartment light illuminates when
adjusting the freezer compartment temperature.
10. Economy Mode Indicator
This indicates that the refrigerator is running
in energy-efficient mode. This indicator will be
active if the Freezer Compartment temperature
is set to +5°F/-15 °C.
4. Temperature Indicator
Indicates the temperatures of fridge, freezer
compartment.
5. Vacation Button
Press and hold this button for 3 sec. to activate
the Vacation function. Press this button again
to deactivate the selected function.
6. Temperature Setting Button
Changes the temperature of the relevant
compartment between -5°F/ -21°C and
+46 °F/8 °C.
7. Ice Cancel Button
Refrigerator stops ice production when you
press selection button for 3 seconds.
8. Refrigerator Compartment
Selection Button Press Refrigerator
Compartment Selection Button to switch between fridge and freezer compartments.
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5.2. Ice bucket
5.5. Vegetable bin
*optional
*optional
• Take the ice bucket from the freezer
compartment.
• Fill the ice bucket with water.
• Place the ice bucket into the freezer
compartment.
• The ice will be ready after approximately
two hours. Take the ice bucket from
the freezer compartment and bend in
sightly over the holder that you are going
to serve. Ice will easily pour into
the serving holder.
Product’s vegetable bin is designed to keep
vegetables fresh by preserving humidity. For
this purpose, the overall cold air circulation is
intensified in the vegetable bin.
5.6. Zero degree compartment
*optional
Use this compartment to keep delicatessen
at lower temperatures or meat products for
immediate consumption.
Zero degree compartment is the coolest place
where foods such as dairy products, meat,
fish and chicken can be stored in ideal storage
5.3. Eggholder
You can put the eggholder on the door or body conditions. Vegetables and/or fruits should not
rack of your choice. If you decide to put it on the be stored in this compartment.
body rack, it is recommended to prefer the shelves
below as they are colder.
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Do not put the eggholder into the
freezer compartment.
5.4. Fan
Fan was designed to circulate the cold air
inside your refrigerator homogeneously.
Operating time of the fan might vary depending
the features of your product.
While in some products fan only operates with
compressor, in others control system determines the operating time based on the need
for cooling.
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5.7. Automatic ice machine
*optional
Automatic ice machine enables you to easily
make ice in your refrigerator. In order to obtain
ice from the ice machine, take out the water
tank in the cooler compartment, fill it with
water and fix it back.
First ice will be ready in about 2 hours in the
ice machine drawer in the cooler compartment.
After placing the full water tank, you can obtain
about 60-70 cubes of ice until it is fully empty.
If the water in the tank has waited for 2-3
weeks, it should be changed.
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In products with automatic ice
machine, you might hear a sound
when ice is being dropped into the
drawer. This sound is normal and is not
a sign of failure.
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5.8. Freezing fresh food
• To preserve food quality, the food items
placed in the freezer compartment must be
frozen as quickly as possible, use the rapid
freezing for this.
• Freezing the food items when fresh will
extend the storage time in the freezer
compartment.
• Pack the food items in air-tight packs and
seal tightly.
• Make sure the food items are packed
before putting in the freezer. Use freezer
holders, tinfoil and damp-proof paper,
plastic bag or similar packaging materials
instead of traditional packaging paper.
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Ice in the freezing compartment thaws
automatically.
• Mark each food pack by writing the date on
the package before freezing. This will allow
you to determine the freshness of each
pack every time the freezer is opened. Keep
the earlier food items in the front to ensure
they are used first.
• Frozen food items must be used
immediately after defrosting and should not
be frozen again.
• Do not free large quantities of food at once.
5.9. Recommendations for
storing frozen foods
The compartment must be set to at least
-18°C.
1. Place the food items in the freezer as
quickly as possible to avoid defrosting.
2. Before freezing, check the “Expiration
Date” on the package to make sure it is
not expired.
3. Make sure the food’s packaging is not
damaged.
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5.10.Deep freezer details
Food items can only be preserved for extended
periods at or below temperature of -18°C .
You can keep the foods safely frozen
for months (in deep freezer at or below
temperatures of -18°C ).
The food items to be frozen must not contact
the already-frozen food inside to avoid partial
defrosting.
Boil the vegetables and drain the water to
extend the frozen storage time. Place the food
in air-tight packages after filtering and place
in the freezer. Bananas, tomatoes, lettuce,
celery, boiled eggs, potatoes and similar food
items should not be frozen. In case this food
rots, only nutritional values and eating qualities
will be negatively affected. A threat to human
health is not in question.
5.11.Placing the food
Freezer
compartment
shelves
Cooler
compartment
shelves
Cooler
compartment
door shelves
Vegetable bin
Various frozen goods
including meat, fish, ice
cream, vegetables etc.
Food items inside pots,
capped plate and capped
cases, eggs (in capped case)
Small and packaged food or
beverages
Fruits and vegetables
Delicatessen (breakfast
Fresh food
food, meat products to be
compartment
consumed in short notice)
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5.12.Door open alert
(Optional)
An audible alert will be heard if the product's
door remains open for at least 1 minute. The
audible alert will stop when the door is closed
or any button on the display (if available) is
pressed.
Door open alert is indicated to the user both
audibly and visually. Interior lighting will turn off
if the warning continues for 10 min.
5.13.Changing the opening
direction of the door
You can change the direction of opening of
your refrigerator depending on the location
where you use it. When you need this, consult
the closest Authorized Service.
The explanation above is a general statement.
You should check the warning tag located inside the product package about the changeability of direction of the door.
5.14.Interior light
Interior light uses a LED type lamp. Contact the
authorized service for any problems with this
lamp.
Lamp(s) used in this appliance cannot be used
for house lighting. Intended use of this lamp is
to help the user place food into the refrigerator
/ freezer safely and comfortably.
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Maintenance and cleaning
6.2. Protecting the plastic surfaces
Service life of the product is increased if it is
regularly cleaned
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Clean with warm water immediately as the oil may
cause damage when left in contact with plastic
surfaces.
WARNING: First unplug the product
6.3. Door Glass
before cleaning your refrigerator.
• Never use any sharp and abrasive tools, soap,
household cleaners, detergent and wax polish
for cleaning.
• Dissolve one teaspoon of baking soda in half
liter of water. Soak a cloth with the solution
and wring it out thoroughly. Wipe the interior
of the appliance with this cloth and then dry
thoroughly.
• Make sure that no water enters the lamp
housing and other electrical items.
• Clean the door with a damp cloth. To remove
door and body shelves, remove all of its
contents. Remove door shelves by moving them
upwards. After cleaning, slide them from top to
bottom to install.
• Never use cleaning agents or water that
contain chlorine to clean the outer surfaces and
chromium coated parts of the product. Chlorine
causes corrosion on such metal surfaces.
• Use only lukewarm water and a soft cloth to
remove fingerprints from plastic parts. Wipe
dry.
6.1. Avoiding bad odors
Materials that may cause odor are not used in
the production of our appliances. However, due
to inappropriate food preserving conditions and
not cleaning the inner surface of the appliance as
required can bring forth the problem of odor.
Therefore, clean the refrigerator with baking soda
dissolved in water every 15 days.
• Keep the food in closed containers.
Microorganisms spreading out from uncovered
containers can cause unpleasant odors.
• Never keep food that has passed its expiration
date and spoiled in the refrigerator.
Remove the protective film on the glass.
There is a coating on the surface of the glass.This
coating minimizes the stain build-up and helps to
remove the possible stains and dirt easily.
Glass that is not protected with such a coating
may be subject to persistent binding of air or water
based organic or inorganic dirt such as limescale,
mineral salts, unburned hydrocarbons, metal oxides
and silicones that can easily and quickly cause
stains or material damage. Keeping the glass
clean becomes too difficult despite the regular
cleaning. Consequently, the appearance and the
transparency of the glass deteriorates. Harsh
and corrosive cleaning methods and compounds
will intensify these defects and speed up the
deterioration process.
Water-based cleaning products that are not alkaline
and corrosive must be used for regular cleaning
purposes.
Non-alkaline and non-corrosive materials must
be used for cleaning so that the service life of this
coating lasts for a long time.
These panes of glass are tempered to increase
their durability against impacts and breaking.
A safety film is also applied to their rear surfaces
as an extra safety measure in order to prevent
them from causing damage to their surrounding in
case of a breakage.
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Troubleshooting
Check this list before contacting the service. Doing so will save you time and money. This list includes
frequent complaints that are not related to faulty workmanship or materials. Certain features mentioned
herein may not apply to your product.
The refrigerator is not working.
• The power plug is not fully settled. >>> Plug it in to settle completely into the socket.
• The fuse connected to the socket powering the product or the main fuse is blown. >>> Check the
fuses.
Condensation on the side wall of the cooler compartment (MULTI ZONE, COOL, CONTROL and FLEXI ZONE).
• The environment is too cold. >>> Do not install the product in environments with temperatures
below -5°C.
• The door is opened too frequently >>> Take care not to open the product’s door too frequently.
• The environment is too humid. >>> Do not install the product in humid environments.
• Foods containing liquids are kept in unsealed holders. >>> Keep the foods containing liquids in
sealed holders.
• The product’s door is left open. >>> Do not keep the product’s door open for long periods.
• The thermostat is set to too low temperature. >>> Set the thermostat to appropriate temperature.
Compressor is not working.
• In case of sudden power failure or pulling the power plug out and putting back in, the gas pressure
in the product’s cooling system is not balanced, which triggers the compressor thermic safeguard.
The product will restart after approximately 6 minutes. If the product does not restart after this
period, contact the service.
• Defrosting is active. >>> This is normal for a fully-automatic defrosting product. The defrosting is
carried out periodically.
• The product is not plugged in. >>> Make sure the power cord is plugged in.
• The temperature setting is incorrect. >>> Select the appropriate temperature setting.
• The power is out. >>> The product will continue to operate normally once the power is restored.
The refrigerator's operating noise is increasing while in use.
• The product’s operating performance may vary depending on the ambient temperature variations.
This is normal and not a malfunction.
The refrigerator runs too often or for too long.
• The new product may be larger than the previous one. Larger products will run for longer periods.
• The room temperature may be high. >>> The product will normally run for long periods in higher
room temperature.
• The product may have been recently plugged in or a new food item is placed inside. >>> The
product will take longer to reach the set temperature when recently plugged in or a new food item
is placed inside. This is normal.
• Large quantities of hot food may have been recently placed into the product. >>> Do not place hot
food into the product.
• The doors were opened frequently or kept open for long periods. >>> The warm air moving inside
will cause the product to run longer. Do not open the doors too frequently.
• The freezer or cooler door may be ajar. >>> Check that the doors are fully closed.
• The product may be set to temperature too low. >>> Set the temperature to a higher degree and
wait for the product to reach the adjusted temperature.
• The cooler or freezer door gasket may be dirty, worn out, broken or not properly settled. >>> Clean
or replace the gasket. Damaged / torn door gasket will cause the product to run for longer periods
to preserve the current temperature.
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The freezer temperature is very low, but the cooler temperature is adequate.
• The freezer compartment temperature is set to a very low degree. >>> Set the freezer
compartment temperature to a higher degree and check again.
The cooler temperature is very low, but the freezer temperature is adequate.
• The cooler compartment temperature is set to a very low degree. >>> Set the freezer
compartment temperature to a higher degree and check again.
The food items kept in cooler compartment drawers are frozen.
• The cooler compartment temperature is set to a very low degree. >>> Set the freezer
compartment temperature to a higher degree and check again.
The temperature in the cooler or the freezer is too high.
• The cooler compartment temperature is set to a very high degree. >>> Temperature setting of the
cooler compartment has an effect on the temperature in the freezer compartment. Wait until the
temperature of relevant parts reaches the sufficient level by changing the temperature of cooler or
freezer compartments.
• The doors were opened frequently or kept open for long periods. >>> Do not open the doors too
frequently.
• The door may be ajar. >>> Fully close the door.
• The product may have been recently plugged in or a new food item is placed inside. >>> This is
normal. The product will take longer to reach the set temperature when recently plugged in or a
new food item is placed inside.
• Large quantities of hot food may have been recently placed into the product. >>> Do not place hot
food into the product.
Shaking or noise.
• The ground is not level or durable. >>> If the product is shaking when moved slowly, adjust
the stands to balance the product. Also make sure the ground is sufficiently durable to bear the
product.
• Any items placed on the product may cause noise. >>> Remove any items placed on the product.
The product is making noise of liquid flowing, spraying etc.
• The product’s operating principles involve liquid and gas flows. >>> This is normal and not a
malfunction.
There is sound of wind blowing coming from the product.
• The product uses a fan for the cooling process. This is normal and not a malfunction.
There is condensation on the product's internal walls.
• Hot or humid weather will increase icing and condensation. This is normal and not a malfunction.
• The doors were opened frequently or kept open for long periods. >>> Do not open the doors too
frequently; if open, close the door.
• The door may be ajar. >>> Fully close the door.
There is condensation on the product's exterior or between the doors.
• The ambient weather may be humid, this is quite normal in humid weather. >>> The condensation
will dissipate when the humidity is reduced.
The interior smells bad.
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• The product is not cleaned regularly. >>> Clean the interior regularly using sponge, warm water and
baking soda.
• Certain holders and packaging materials may cause odour. >>> Use holders and packaging
materials that are free of odour.
• The foods were placed in unsealed holders. >>> Keep the foods in sealed holders. Micro-organisms
may spread out of unsealed food items and cause odors. Remove any expired or spoilt foods from
the product.
The door is not closing.
• Food packages may be blocking the door. >>> Relocate any items blocking the doors.
• The product is not standing in full upright position on the ground. >>> Adjust the stands to balance
the product.
• The ground is not level or durable. >>> Make sure the ground is level and sufficiently durable to
bear the product.
The vegetable bin is jammed.
• The food items may be in contact with the upper section of the drawer. >>> Reorganize the food
items in the drawer.
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WARNING: If the problem persists after following the instructions in this section, contact your vendor
or an Authorised Service. Do not try to repair the product.
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8 LIMITED WARRANTY
LIMITED WARRANTY
ONE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Within the 48 contiguous United States, for one year from the date of purchase, when this appliance is operated and
maintained according to instructions attached to or furnished with the product, warrantor will pay for factory-specified parts
and repair labor to correct defects in materials or workmanship. Service must be provided by a designated service
company. Outside the 48 states, all parts are warranted for one year from manufacturing defects. Plastic parts, shelves
and cabinets are warranted to be manufactured to commercially acceptable standards, and are not covered from damage
during handling or breakage.
5-YEARS COMPRESSOR WARRANTY
1. The compressor is covered for 5 years.
2. Replacement does not include labor.
ITEMS WARRANTOR WILL NOT PAY FOR:
1. Service calls to correct the installation of your appliance, to instruct you how to use your appliance, to replace or
repair fuses or to correct wiring or plumbing.
2. Service calls to repair or replace appliance light bulbs or broken shelves. Consumable parts (such as filters) are
excluded from warranty coverage.
3. Damage resulting from accident, alteration, misuse, abuse, fire, flood, acts of God, improper installation, installation
not in accordance with electrical or plumbing codes, or use of products not approved by warrantor.
4. Replacement parts or repair labor costs for units operated outside the United States.
5. Repairs to parts or systems resulting from unauthorized modifications made to the appliance.
6. Expenses for travel and transportation for product service in remote locations.
7. The removal and reinstallation of your appliance if it is installed in an inaccessible location or is not installed in
accordance with published installation instructions.
DISCLAIMER OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES – LIMITATION OF REMEDIES
CUSTOMER'S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL BE PRODUCT REPAIR
AS PROVIDED HEREIN. IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO ONE YEAR. WARRANTOR SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION
OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, OR LIMITATIONS ON THE DURATION OF IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS, SO THESE EXCLUSIONS OR LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY
TO YOU. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS,
WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
WARNING! This product may contain chemicals known to the state of California to cause
cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, visit:
www.summitappliance.com/prop65
Chemicals known by the manufacturer to be present in this product in concentrations higher
than threshold limits: NONE.
FELIX STORCH, INC.
770 Garrison Avenue
Bronx, NY 10474
Phone: (718) 893-3900
Fax: (844) 478-8799
www.summitappliance.com
For parts and accessory ordering,
troubleshooting and helpful hints, visit:
www.summitappliance.com/support
Printed in Turkey
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