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Liebherr HC1070 Use and Care Manual
Use and Care
Manual
Combined fridge-freezer for
integrated use, door-on-door
HC 1070
030217 7086612 - 00
The appliance at a glance
Contents
1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
The appliance at a glance.............................
Additional benefits............................................
Overview of appliances and equipment items..
Range of appliance use....................................
Conformity........................................................
Energy saving...................................................
Arranging Food................................................
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2
3
3
3
3
4
2
General safety information...........................
4
3
3.1
3.2
Controls and displays...................................
Operating and control elements.......................
Temperature display.........................................
5
5
6
4
4.1
Start-up...........................................................
Switching on the appliance...............................
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6
5
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
Operation........................................................ 6
Temperature display unit.................................. 6
Child-proof lock................................................ 6
Door alarm....................................................... 7
Temperature alarm........................................... 7
Sabbath Mode.................................................. 7
Fridge compartment......................................... 8
Freezer compartment....................................... 11
6
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Maintenance...................................................
Defrosting with NoFrost....................................
Cleaning the appliance.....................................
Cleaning the IceMaker.....................................
Customer service.............................................
Appliance Information......................................
7
Troubleshooting............................................. 16
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8.1
8.2
8.3
Putting appliance out of service..................
Vacation Tips....................................................
Switching off the appliance...............................
Decommissioning ............................................
9
Disposing of the appliance........................... 20
10
Liebherr Warranty Plan................................. 20
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Congratulations on the purchase of your new appliance.
With this purchase, you have chosen all the advantages of
the latest refrigeration technology, guaranteeing you a
high-quality appliance with a long life span and high operating safety.
The equipment of your appliance gives you the highest
level of day-to-day ease of operation.
Together we are making an active contribution to the
conservation of our environment by purchasing this appliance which is manufactured in an environmentally friendly
process with the use of recyclable materials.
We hope you enjoy your new appliance.
The manufacturer is constantly working to improve all
models. Therefore please understand that we reserve the
right to make design, equipment and technical modifications.
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To get to know all the benefits of your new appliance,
please read the information contained in these instructions carefully.
The instructions apply to several models, so there may be
differences. Sections which only apply to certain appliances are indicated with an asterisk (*).
Instructions for action are marked with a , the
results of action are marked with a .
1 The appliance at a glance
1.1 Additional benefits
-
CFC free
Energy-optimized refrigerant circuit
Energy-efficient insulation
Low energy consumption
User-friendly electronic controls
Temperature can be controlled in the appliance independent of ambient conditions according to its climate
rating - Temperature can be displayed as °C or °F
The appliance defrosts automatically - no need to
spend time defrosting
Large refrigeration capacity
Safety glass storage shelves
Large freezing capacity
Shelves can be removed to make space for large items.
Freezer over-temperature alarm
Quick-freeze feature for fresh food (SuperFrost)
Frozen food temperature indicator
Power failure/“frost-control” display
All freezer drawers suitable for quick-freeze
Freezer compartment light
Bright LED interior light
Door ajar alarm
Handle grips on all extra-large drawers for easy transport
Integrated transport grips on appliance housing
Transport castors at back
Easy to clean
Door hinges can be reversed
Door-on-door system for easy kitchen cabinet installation
Soft stop mechanisms
This unit is certified as Sabbath
compliant by the Star-K organization
thus allowing the appliance to be used
during religious holidays. For more information please visit Star-K on the web at
www.star-k.org.
* Depending on model and options
The appliance at a glance
1.2 Overview of appliances and
equipment items
Foreseeable misuse
The following uses are specifically prohibited:
- Storage and cooling of medication, blood
plasma, laboratory preparations or similar
substances and products in accordance with
the CMDCAS and FDA 510(k)
- Use outdoors.
- Use in moist areas exposed to the rain.
- Use in areas at risk of explosion
Incorrect appliance use can cause damage to
the stored products or cause them to spoil.
Climate ratings
The appliance is set to operate within specific
ambient temperature limits according to its
climate rating The climate rating for your appliance is printed on the rating plate
Note
uTo guarantee trouble-free operation, comply
with the indicated ambient temperatures.
(1) Operating and control
elements
(2) Fan
(3) LED light column
(4) Shelf
(5) Shelf, can be split
(6) VarioSafe
(7) Water tank
(8) Drain hole
(9) Coldest zone
(10)BioCool
Fig. 1
(11)VarioBox
(12)Storage rack for jars
(13)Bottle shelf
(14)Bottle rack
(15)LED lighting freezer
compartment
(16)IceMaker
(17)InfoSystem
(18)Freezer compartment
(19)Closing damper
(20)Rating plate
Note
u Shelves, drawers, and baskets are arranged for optimal
energy efficiency in the factory configuration.
1.3 Range of appliance use
Normal use
The appliance is only suitable for cooling food for
residential or other similar environments. This
includes the following types of uses
- in staff kitchens, bed and breakfasts,
- by guests in country homes, hotels, motels
and other types of accommodations,
- for catering and similar wholesale services.
All other types of uses are not permitted.
* Depending on model and options
Climate
rating
for ambient temperatures from
SN
50 °F (10 °C) to 90 °F (32 °C)
N
61 °F (16 °C) to 90 °F (32 °C)
ST
61 °F (16 °C) to 101 °F (38 °C)
T
61 °F (16 °C) to 110 °F (43 °C)
1.4 Conformity
The refrigerant circuit has been tested for leaks. When
installed, the appliance complies with the relevant safety
regulations and the safety standards CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.
60335-1-11, 60335-2-24-06 and UL 60335-1, UL
60335-2-24.
1.5 Energy saving
- Always ensure good ventilation. Do not obstruct ventilation openings or grilles.
- Never block air slits in the fan.
- Do not install the appliance in direct sunlight or next to
an oven, heater, or similar heat source.
- Energy consumption depends on installation conditions
such as the ambient temperature (see 1.3) . If the
ambient temperature differs from the standard temperature of 25 °C, energy consumption can change.
- Avoid opening the appliance door for any longer then
necessary
- The lower the temperature is set the higher the energy
consumption.
- Store food logically (see The appliance at a glance).
- All food stored in the appliance should be well wrapped
and covered. This prevents frost buildup.
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General safety information
- Only take food out for as long as necessary so that it
does not get too warm.
- Insertion of warm foods: first let the food cool down to
room temperature.
- Defrost frozen food in the fridge
- If there is a thick layer of frost in the appliance Defrost
the appliance.
- If you intend to be away for an extended period, empty
the fridge compartment and switch it off.
1.6 Arranging Food
Fig. 2
2 General safety information
Read and follow these instructions. They contain
safety advice which is important for safe and
problem-free installation and operation. Always
read and follow the safety advice.
Dangers for the user:
- This appliance can be operated by children as
well as by persons with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they are supervised or
have been instructed in the safe use of the
appliance and understand the associated
risks. Children must not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance must
not be performed by children unless they are
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supervised. Children between the ages of 3
and 8 may load and unload the appliance.
Children under the age of 3 must be kept away
from the appliance if they are not constantly
supervised.
- When disconnecting the appliance from the
outlet, always take hold of the plug. Do not pull
on the cable.
- Disconnect the power plug or switch off the
power if a fault occurs.
- Do not damage the mains power line. Do not
operate the appliance from a defective mains
power line.
- Repairs, work on the appliance and replacement of the mains cable should only be carried
out by the customer service department or
other specifically trained specialist engineers.
- Only install, connect and dispose of the appliance in accordance with the instructions.
- Only operate the appliance after it has been
installed.
- Please keep the instructions and pass them on
to any future owner.
- All repairs to or work on the IceMaker must
only be carried out by the customer service
department or other specialist engineers
trained to do this.
- Special-purpose lamps (filament lamps, LEDs,
and fluorescent lamps) inside the appliance
are intended to illuminate its interior compartments and are unsuitable for room illumination.
Risk of fire:
- The refrigerant contained within the appliance,
R 600a, is environmentally friendly, but flammable. Leaking refrigerant can ignite.
• Do not damage the pipes of the refrigerant
circuit.
• Do not handle naked flames or ignition
sources inside the appliance.
• Do not use electrical devices inside the
appliance (e.g., steam cleaners, heaters, ice
cream makers, etc.).
• If refrigerant leaks: Remove naked flames or
ignition sources from near where the appliance is installed Air the room well Contact
the customer service department.
- Do not operate the appliance near explosive
gases.
- Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this
appliance.
* Depending on model and options
Controls and displays
- Do not store explosive materials or spray cans
DANGER
indicates a hazardous situation,
with flammable propellants, such as e.g.
which if not avoided, will result in
butane, propane, pentane, etc. in the applideath or serious injury.
ance. You can recognize such spray cans by
WARNING
indicates a hazardous situation,
the printed contents or a flame symbol. Any
which if not avoided, could result in
death or serious injury.
leaking gasses can be ignited by electrical
components.
CAUTION
indicates a hazardous situation,
which if not avoided, will result in
- Alcoholic beverages or other containers
minor or moderate injury.
holding alcohol must always be tightly sealed
NOTICE
indicates a hazardous situation,
for storage purposes. Any leaking alcohol can
which if not avoided, could result in
be ignited by electrical components
damage to property.
Tipover hazard:
Note
indicates useful advice and tips.
- Do not stand or climb on the base, drawers,
doors, etc. This applies in particular to children.
3 Controls and displays
Risk of food poisoning:
- Do not consume food that has passed its best 3.1 Operating and control elements
before date.
Danger of frostbite, feelings of numbness
and pain:
- Avoid continued skin contact with the cold
surfaces or chilled/frozen food or adopt protective measures, e. g. use gloves. Do not
consume ice cream (especially sherbets) and
ice cubes immediately when they are too cold.
Risk of injury and damage:
- Hot steam may lead to injuries. Do not use any
electrical heating or steam cleaning equipment, naked flames or defrosting sprays for
defrosting
- Do not remove ice with sharp objects
Risk of crushing:
- Do not hold onto the hinge when opening and
closing the door. Fingers may get caught.
Fig. 3
California Proposition 65
(1) Fridge compartment
(11)Freezer compartment
- This product contains chemicals known to the
On/Off button
Down button
state of California to cause cancer or repro- (2) Fridge compartment (12)SuperFrost button
temperature display
ductive harm.
(3) Fridge compartment
(13)SuperFrost symbol
Symbols on the device:
Up
The symbol can be on the compressor. It refers to
the oil in the compressor and refers to the following
danger: Can be lethal if swallowed or inhaled. This
notice only applies for recycling. There is no danger
during normal operation.
Follow the specific instructions in the other
sections:
* Depending on model and options
(4) Fridge compartment
Down set button
(5) Sabbath mode
symbol
(6) SuperCool button
(7) Symbol SuperCool
(8) Freezer compartment
On/Off button
(9) Freezer compartment
temperature display
(14)Alarm button
(15)Alarm symbol
(16)Menu symbol
(17)Child safety symbol
(18)Symbol IceMaker
(19)Symbol Water tank
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Start-up
(10)Freezer compartment
Up set button
(20)Symbol Power failure
3.2 Temperature display
The following is displayed in normal operation:
- the highest freezer temperature
- the average cooling temperature
The freezer compartment temperature display flashes:
- the temperature setting has been changed
- once switched on the temperature is not cold enough
- the temperature has risen by several degrees
Flashing dashes appear on the display:
- the freezer temperature is above 32 °F (0 °C).
The following displays indicate malfunction. Possible
causes and corrective actions: (see Troubleshooting).
- F0 to F9
- FE
The power failure symbol
flashes.
4 Start-up
4.1 Switching on the appliance
Note
The manufacturer recommends:
u Store frozen produce at 0 °F (-18 °C) or colder.
Switch on the appliance approx. 2 hours before loading for
the first time.
4.1.1 Switching on the entire appliance at
the freezer compartment
u Open the door.
u Press On/Off button, freezer compartment Fig. 3 (8).
w The fridge compartment temperature display shows the
current temperature in the interior.
w The freezer compartment temperature display and the
Alarm symbol will flash until the temperature is cold
enough. If the temperature is greater than 32 °F (0 °C),
flashing dashes will appear; if the temperature is lower
than this, the current temperature will flash on the
display.
4.1.2 Switching on the fridge compartment
Note
Before going on vacation or other prolonged periods of
non-use
u You can switch the refrigerator compartment on/off
separately from the freezer section.
u Open the door.
u Press Fridge compartment On/Off button Fig. 3 (1).
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w The fridge section is on: Fridge temperature display
Fig. 3 (2) is on. When the refrigerator compartment door
opens the interior light comes on.
5 Operation
5.1 Temperature display unit
The temperature display can be changed from °F to °C.
5.1.1 To change the unit
u Activate setting mode: Press SuperFrost button
Fig. 3 (12) for about 5 seconds.
w S is displayed in the temperature display.
w The Menu symbol Fig. 3 (16) lights up.
u Using Freezer compartment Up button
Fig. 3 (10)/ Freezer compartment Down button
Fig. 3 (11) select °.
u To confirm: Briefly press SuperFrost button
Fig. 3 (12).
u Using Freezer compartment Up button
Fig. 3 (10)/ Freezer compartment Down button
Fig. 3 (11) select °F or °C.
u To confirm: Briefly press SuperFrost button
Fig. 3 (12).
u To exit setting mode: Press Freezer compartment
On/Off button Fig. 3 (8).
-oru Wait 5 minutes.
w The temperature is again displayed in the temperature
display.
5.2 Child-proof lock
You can use the child-proof lock to lock the
buttons. This means that children cannot accidentally switch off the appliance when playing.
5.2.1 Switching on the child-proof lock
u Activate setting mode: press and hold the SuperFrost
button Fig. 3 (12) for approximately 5 s.
w S is shown on the display.
w The Menu symbol Fig. 3 (16) lights up.
u Using the Freezer compartment Up button Fig. 3 (10) or
Freezer compartment Down button Fig. 3 (11), select c.
u Press the SuperFrost button Fig. 3 (12) briefly to
confirm.
When c1 is shown on the display:
u To switch on the child-proof lock, press the
SuperFrost button Fig. 3 (12) briefly.
w The Child safety symbol Fig. 3 (17) lights up. c flashes
on the display.
When c0 is shown on the display:
u To switch off the child-proof lock, press the SuperFrost
button Fig. 3 (12) briefly.
* Depending on model and options
Operation
w The Child safety symbol Fig. 3 (17) goes out. c flashes
on the display.
u Deactivate setting mode: press the Freezer compartment On/Off button Fig. 3 (8).
-oru Wait 5 min.
w The temperature is again displayed on the temperature
display.
5.3 Door alarm
For fridge and freezer compartments
If the door is open for longer than 180 seconds,
the acoustic warning sounds.
The acoustic warning stops automatically when
the door is closed
5.3.1 Switching off the door alarm
The acoustic warning can be switched off when the door
is open. The acoustic warning remains switched off as
long as the door is open. When the door is closed, the
alarm function is active again.
u Press Alarm button Fig. 3 (14).
w The door alarm stops.
5.4 Temperature alarm
If the freezer temperature is not cold enough,
the audible warning sounds.
At the same time, the Alarm symbol Fig. 3 (15)
will flash.
The cause of a temperature being too high may be:
- Hot fresh food was placed in the appliance.
- When sorting and removing food from the appliance,
too much warm ambient air got in.
- The power was cut off for a while.
- The appliance is faulty.
The audible warning automatically ceases, the Alarm
symbol Fig. 3 (15) goes out, and the temperature display
stops flashing when the temperature is cold enough
again.
If the alarm status remains: (see Troubleshooting).
Note
If the temperature is not cold enough, food may spoil.
u Check the quality of the food. Do not consume spoiled
food.
5.4.1 Switching off the temperature alarm
The acoustic warning can be switched off. When the
temperature is cold enough again, the alarm function is
active again.
u Press Alarm button Fig. 3 (14).
w The acoustic warning ceases.
* Depending on model and options
5.5 Sabbath Mode
This function meets the religious requirements on the
Sabbath and Jewish festivals. When the appliance is in
Sabbath mode some control electronic functions are
switched off. After setting Sabbath mode you no longer
need to worry about indicator lights, figures, symbols,
displays, alarm messages and fans. The thawing cycle
only operates at the specified time without taking refrigerator use into account. After a power cut the appliance
automatically switches on again in Sabbath mode.
WARNING
Danger of food poisoning!
No record will be kept of a power failure during Sabbath
Mode. Thus, during Sabbath mode, if a power failure
occurs that you are not aware of, when the power comes
back on, the unit will continue to be in Sabbath Mode but
when Sabbath Mode is ended there will be no indication
that a power failure occurred.
If a power failure occurs during Sabbath mode:
u Check the quality of the food. Do not consume spoiled
food!
- All functions are blocked until Sabbath mode is
switched off.
- If the unit is currently running in a mode such as Superfrost, Supercool or the Ventilation is enabled these
functions will continue and finish their timed cycles
independent of now being in Sabbath mode.
- The Ice Maker is disabled.
- No audible signals are emitted, and the temperature
display does not indicate any warnings or settings
(such as a temperature alarm or door alarm).
- Light does not operate.
5.5.1 Setting Sabbath mode
u To activate setting mode: Press and hold the SuperFrost button Fig. 3 (12) for approx. 5 s.
w S flashes on the display.
w The Menu symbol Fig. 3 (16) lights up.
u To access the Sabbath mode function: Briefly press
theSuperFrost button Fig. 3 (12).
When S1 is shown on the display:
u To turn on Sabbath mode, briefly press the
SuperFrost button Fig. 3 (12).
When S0 is shown on the display:
u To turn off Sabbath mode, briefly press the
SuperFrost button Fig. 3 (12).
u To deactivate setting mode: Press the Freezer compartment On/Off button Fig. 3 (8).
-oru Wait 5 min.
w The Sabbath Mode symbol Fig. 3 (5) appears on the
temperature display as long as Sabbath Mode is active.
w Sabbath mode switches off automatically after 120
hours if it is not manually switched off beforehand.
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Operation
5.6 Fridge compartment
The natural circulation of air in the refrigerator compartment results in zones with differing temperatures. It is
coldest directly above the vegetable drawers and at the
rear wall. It is warmest at the top front of the compartment
and in the door.
5.6.1 Refrigerating food
Note
u Do not load the door with more than 35 lbs (16 kg) of
food.
WARNING
Danger of fire
u Do not use electrical appliances inside the food storage
compartments of the appliance, unless they are of the
type recommended by the manufacturer.
Note
Insufficient ventilation results in an increase in energy
consumption and reduction of the refrigerating performance.
u Never block the air slits in the fan.
u Use recyclable plastic, metal, aluminum and glass
containers and cling film to wrap foods.
u Always use closed containers for liquids and for food
that may give off or be tainted by odor or flavor transfer
or cover them.
u Foods which give off a large amount of ethylene gas
and those that are sensitive to this gas, such as fruit,
vegetables and salad, should always be separated or
wrapped so as not to reduce the storage life; for
example, do not store tomatoes together with kiwi fruits
or cabbage.
u Use the front floor area of the fridge compartment only
to set down food to be refrigerated temporarily, e.g.,
when rearranging or sorting the contents of the fridge.
Do not leave the food there, as it may be pushed back
or tipped over when the door is closed.
u Do not store food too close together to enable sufficient
air circulation.
5.6.2 Setting the temperature
The temperature depends on the following factors:
- the number of times the door is opened
- the room temperature of the installation location
- the type, temperature and amount of food.
The temperature can be set from 45 °F (9 °C) to 34 °F
(1 °C), Recommended temperatures are 39 °F (4 °C)
u To set a higher temperature: press the Fridge compartment Up button Fig. 3 (3).
u To set a lower temperature: press the Fridge compartment Down button Fig. 3 (4).
w When pressed once the previously set fridge compartment temperature display value will flash.
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u To change the temperature in 1 °F (1 °C) increments:
briefly press the button.
u To change the temperature continuously: hold the
button down.
w The value is displayed flashing during the setting operation.
w The actual temperature is displayed about 5 seconds
after the last press of a button. The temperature slowly
adjusts to the new value.
5.6.3 SuperCool
With SuperCool you switch to the highest cooling
performance to reach lower cooling temperatures. Use SuperCool to rapidly cool large quantities of food.
If SuperCool is on, the fan* may come on. The appliance
works at maximum refrigerating power. The sound of the
refrigeration unit may be temporarily louder as a result.
SuperCool will use more energy than normal operation.
Cooling with SuperCool
u Briefly press the SuperCool button Fig. 3 (6).
w The SuperCool symbol Fig. 3 (7) lights up in the display.
w The cooling temperature drops to the coldest value.
SuperCool is switched on.
w SuperCool switches itself off automatically after 12
hours. The appliance continues to work in normal
energy-saving mode.
To prematurely switch off SuperCool
u Briefly press the SuperCool button Fig. 3 (6).
w The SuperCool symbol Fig. 3 (7) goes out in the display.
w SuperCool is switched off.
5.6.4 Fan
5.6.5 Shelves
Shifting or removing shelves
CAUTION
Danger of lacerations!
The storage shelf can shatter if dropped or mishandled.
You could cut yourself on the pieces of broken glass.
u Only remove storage shelves when there is nothing on
them.
Extension stops secure the shelves against being accidentally pulled out.
* Depending on model and options
Operation
u The glass plate (1) with the pull out stops must be at
the front so that the stops (3) point downward.
5.6.7 Door racks
Note
u Do not load the door with more than 35 lbs (16 kg) of
food.
Repositioning the door racks
Fig. 4
u Lift up the shelf and pull it slightly forward.
u Adjust the shelf height by shifting the spacers in the
runners.
u To remove the shelf completely, set it at an angle and
pull it out towards you.
u Insert the shelf with the raised edge to the back
pointing upwards.
w This prevents food from contacting and freezing to the
back wall.
To dismantle shelves
u The shelves can be
dismantled
for
cleaning.
5.6.6 Using the split shelf
CAUTION
Danger of lacerations!
The storage shelf can shatter if dropped or mishandled.
You could cut yourself on the pieces of broken glass.
u Only remove storage shelves when there is nothing on
them.
Fig. 6
Fig. 7
You can use just one or both boxes. To store oversized
bottles, just suspend one box over the bottle rack. Store
the other box in the holder.
u To swap containers:
pull up to remove and
reinsert
in
the
desired position.
To dismantle door racks
u Push the split shelf underneath as in the illustration.
Fig. 5
u Attach support bars supplied, ensuring right (R) and left
(L) parts are correctly positioned.
u The glass shelf with stop face (2) has to be at the back.
* Depending on model and options
Fig. 8
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Operation
Fig. 11
u You can dismantle the butter dish for cleaning.
Fig. 9
u The door racks can be dismantled for cleaning.
5.6.8 Use the bottle holder
5.6.10 Egg tray
You can take out and rotate the egg tray. You can use the
two parts of the egg tray to mark different use-by dates, for
example.
u To prevent bottles from
tipping over, move the
bottle holder.
5.6.9 Butter dish
Opening/closing the butter dish
u Use the top part to store e.g. chickens' eggs.
u Use the bottom part to store quails' eggs.
5.6.11 BioCool box
Controlling humidity
u
u
Low humidity: Move
the slide control to the
front.
High humidity:
Move the slide control to
the rear.
Remove the box BioCool
Fig. 10
Dismantling the butter dish
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* Depending on model and options
Operation
Fig. 14
u You can dismantle the butter dish for cleaning.
Fig. 12
5.7 Freezer compartment
u Pull the drawer out, lift the back, and pull forward to
remove.
u Slide the rails in.
u The BioCool box can be removed for cleaning.
You can store frozen food, make ice cubes and freeze
fresh food in the freezer compartment.
5.6.12 Butter dish
Each drawer can hold up to 55.12 lbs (25 kg) of frozen
food; each plate can hold up to 77.16 lbs (35 kg).
After the door is closed, a vacuum is created. After closing
the door, wait about 1 minute, then the door is easier to
open.
Opening/closing the butter dish
5.7.1 Freezing food
WARNING
Danger of fire
u Do not use electrical appliances inside the food storage
compartments of the appliance, unless they are of the
type recommended by the manufacturer.
CAUTION
There is a risk of injury from pieces of broken glass.
Bottles and cans containing drinks can split or crack when
frozen. This applies in particular to carbonated drinks.
u Do not freeze bottles and cans containing drinks.
Fig. 13
Dismantling the butter dish
So that the food is rapidly frozen through to the core, do
not exceed the following quantities per pack:
- fruit, vegetables up to 2.2 lb (1 kg)
- meat up to 5.51 lbs (2.5 kg)
u Pack the food in portions in freezer bags, reusable
plastic, metal or aluminum containers.
5.7.2 Defrosting food
-
in the fridge compartment
in the microwave
in the oven/fan oven
at room temperature
WARNING
Danger of food poisoning!
u Do not re-freeze defrosted food.
* Depending on model and options
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Operation
u Only take out the amount of food that is required. Use
defrosted food as quickly as possible.
5.7.3 Setting the temperature
The appliance is set as standard for normal operation.
The temperature can be set from 7 °F (-15 °C) to -16 °F
(-26 °C). Recommended temperatures are 0 °F (-18 °C).
u To set a higher temperature: press the Freezer
compartment Up button Fig. 3 (10).
u To set a lower temperature: press the Freezer compartment Down button Fig. 3 (11).
w When the button is pressed for the first time, the
previous value is indicated on the freezer compartment
temperature display.
u To change the temperature in 1 °F (1 °C) increments:
briefly press the button.
-oru To change the temperature continuously: hold the
button down.
w SuperFrost is automatically switched off. At the earliest
after 30 hours, at the latest after 65 hours, depending
on the quantity placed inside the appliance.
w The SuperFrost symbol Fig. 3 (13) goes out when the
freezing process is complete.
u Place food inside the drawers and push them closed
again.
w The appliance returns to work in the energy-saving
normal mode.
5.7.5 Drawers
Note
Insufficient ventilation results in an increase in energy
consumption and reduction of the refrigerating performance.
For appliances with NoFrost:
u Leave the bottom drawer in the appliance.
u Never block the air slits in the fan on the rear wall.
w The value is displayed flashing during the setting operation.
w The actual temperature is displayed about 5 seconds
after the last press of a button. The temperature slowly
adjusts to the new setting.
5.7.4 SuperFrost
With this function you can rapidly freeze fresh
food through to the core. The appliance works
with maximum refrigerating performance. The
sound of the refrigeration unit may be temporarily
louder as a result.
Depending on how much fresh food is to be frozen you
must switch SuperFrost on in advance - for a small
amount of food to be frozen, about 6 hours, for the
maximum amount about 24 hours before putting the food
in.
Package the food and place it inside across as wide an
area as possible. Do not bring food that is to be frozen into
contact with products that are already frozen to prevent
these items from starting to thaw.
You do not need to switch SuperFrost on in the following
cases:
- when placing frozen food in the freezer
- when freezing up to about 2 kg of fresh food a day
u To store frozen food directly on the shelves: pull the
drawer forward and lift it out.
5.7.6 Shelves
u To remove shelf: lift it at the
front and pull out forward.
u To reinsert shelf: simply
slide it in as far as it will go.
Dismantling shelves
u The shelves can be
dismantled for cleaning.
Freezing with SuperFrost
u Briefly press the SuperFrost button Fig. 3 (12) once.
w The SuperFrost symbol Fig. 3 (13) lights up.
w The freezing temperature drops and the appliance
operates at its maximum refrigeration power rating.
When a small amount of food is to be frozen.
u Wait approx. 6 hrs.
u Place packaged food in the upper drawers.
When the maximum amount of food is to be frozen.
u Wait approx. 24 hrs.
u Remove upper drawers and place the food directly onto
the upper shelves.
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* Depending on model and options
Operation
5.7.7 VarioSpace
w The IceMaker symbol Fig. 3 (18) shines.
In addition to the drawers,
you can also take out the
shelves. This gives you
space for large frozen items.
Poultry, meat, large joints of
game and tall bakery items
can be frozen and then
presented whole.
u Each drawer can hold up
to 55.12 lbs (25 kg) of
frozen food; each plate
can hold up to 77.16 lbs
(35 kg).
Note
u The IceMaker only produces ice cubes when the
drawer is completely closed.
5.7.8 Info system
Fig. 15
(1) Bread
(4) Vegetables
(2) Ice cream
(5) Meat
(3) Fish
(6) Fruit
The numbers indicate the storage time in months for
different types of frozen foods. The storage times given
are guidelines.
5.7.9 IceMaker
The ice cube maker produces ice cubes in the water
container in the chiller compartment. The water container
can also be used to provide chilled drinking water.
The IceMaker is in the top drawer. The drawer is labeled
“IceMaker”.
Make sure that the following conditions are fulfilled:
- The appliance is level.
- The appliance is connected to the electricity supply.
- The freezer compartment is switched on.
- The minimum freezer temperature is 14 °F (-10 °C).
- The water reservoir is full.
Switching on the IceMaker
Fig. 16
u Pull out the drawer.
u Press On/Off button Fig. 16 (1) so that the LED Fig. 16 (2)
lights up.
u Push in the drawer.
* Depending on model and options
Producing ice cubes
The production capacity depends on the freezer temperature. The lower the temperature, the more ice cubes can
be produced in a certain period.
The production capacity is 90- 100 ice cubes in 24 hours
at a freezing temperature of 0 °F (-18 °C).
To have the maximum capacity of approx. 130 ice cubes
in 24 hours, activate the SuperFrost Function. Be aware
that this increases the energy consumption because the
compressor will run constantly.
The ice cubes fall out of the IceMaker into the drawer.
When the ice cubes reach a certain height in the drawer,
no more ice cubes can be produced. The IceMaker will
not fill the drawer to the top.
Evenly distribute the ice cubes in the drawer in order to
increase the filling capacity.
If large quantities of ice cubes are required, the complete
IceMaker drawer can be swapped with the neighboring
drawer. When you close the drawer, the IceMaker automatically restarts production.
When the IceMaker is switched on for the first time, it may
take up to 24 hours for the first ice cubes to be produced.
Note
Particles may accumulate in the IceMaker or water line the
first time the appliance is used or after an extended period
out of service.
u Do not use or consume ice cubes that are produced
within 24 hours of the first ice cube production.
Fill the water tank
WARNING
Risk of water-borne poisoning
u The water quality must comply with the drinking water
directive in force in the country in which the appliance is
being operated (e.g. 98/83/EC, NSF 61).
u Fill with potable water only.
u The IceMaker is intended to be used only for making
ice cubes in typical household quantities and must be
operated with water suitable for this purpose
u If the IceMaker is switched off or is not used for an
extended period, drain the water tank.
NOTICE
Risk of damage for the IceMaker
Fluids containing sugar such as soft drinks, fruit juices etc.
clog the pump and can cause it to malfunction completely,
causing secondary damage to the ice cube maker.
u Only fill the water container with cold drinking water!
Never use fluids containing sugar such as soft drinks,
fruit juices etc!
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Maintenance
Note
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.
u Always fill water tank with filtered, decarbonised
drinking water.
The water supply for the IceMaker comes from a water
tank in the chiller compartment (see The appliance at a
glance).
Whenever the water tank is empty, the water tank symbol
Fig. 3 (19) lights up.
Before using for the first time
u clean the water tank thoroughly with water to remove
dust etc.
u Deactivate setting mode: press the Freezer compartment On/Off button Fig. 3 (8).
-oru Wait 5 mins.
w The temperature is again displayed on the temperature
display.
Switching off the IceMaker
If ice cubes are not required, the IceMaker can be
switched off independently of the freezer compartment.
When the IceMaker is switched off, the drawer of the
IceMaker can also be used for freezing and storing food.
u Press the On/Off button for about 1 second until the
LED goes out.
w The IceMaker symbol Fig. 3 (18) goes out.
u Clean the IceMaker.
w This ensures that no water or ice remains in the
IceMaker.
6 Maintenance
6.1 Defrosting with NoFrost
Fig. 17
u Pull out water tank forwards.
u Remove cover and fill tank with water.
u Reinstall cover, place the filled water tank in its holder
and slide fully backwards.
Note
u The water tank must be slid fully home in its support
(console) in the chiller compartment!
Setting the water supply time
The opening time of the valve on the IceMaker can be
adjusted to change the size of the ice cubes that are
produced.
The water supply time can be set in stages from E1 (short
supply time) to E8 (long supply time). The default setting
is E3.
u Activate setting mode: press and hold the SuperFrost
button Fig. 3 (12) for approximately 5 s.
w S is shown on the display.
w The Menu symbol Fig. 3 (16) lights up.
u Using the Freezer compartment Up button Fig. 3 (10) or
Freezer compartment Down button Fig. 3 (11), select E.
u To confirm: briefly press the SuperFrost button
Fig. 3 (12).
u To increase the water supply time: press the
Freezer compartment Up button Fig. 3 (10).
u To decrease the water supply time: press the
Freezer compartment Down button Fig. 3 (11).
u To confirm: press the SuperFrost button
Fig. 3 (12).
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WARNING
Risk of injury and damage
u Do not use mechanical devices or other means to
accelerate the defrosting process, other than those
recommended by the manufacturer.
u Do not use any electrical heating or steam cleaning
equipment, naked flames or defrosting sprays for
defrosting.
u Do not remove ice with sharp objects.
u Do not damage the pipes of the refrigerant circuit.
The NoFrost system defrosts the appliance automatically.
Fridge compartment:
The defrosted water is evaporated by the heat of the
compressor. Drops of water on the back wall are a functional feature and completely normal.
u Clean the drain opening regularly so that the defrosted
water can flow away (see 6.2) .
Freezer compartment:
The moisture condenses on the evaporator and is periodically defrosted and evaporated.
u The appliance does not need to be defrosted manually.
6.2 Cleaning the appliance
WARNING
Danger of electric shock.
u Unplug refrigerator or disconnect power.
* Depending on model and options
Maintenance
WARNING
Danger of fire
u Do not damage the refrigerant circuit.
WARNING
Risk of injury or damage due to hot steam.
Hot steam can cause scalding/burns and damage to
surfaces.
u Do not use steam cleaners.
NOTICE
Incorrect cleaning damages the appliance.
u Do not use concentrated cleaning agents.
u Do not use steel wool or sponges that scour or scratch.
u Do not use caustic or abrasive cleaning materials or
those containing sand, chloride, or acids.
u Do not use chemical solvents.
u Do not damage or remove the rating plate on the inside
of the appliance. It is vital for the customer service
department.
u Do not pull off, kink or damage any cables or other
components.
u Do not let cleaning water get into the drain gutter, the
ventilation grille and electrical parts.
u Use soft cleaning cloths and a multi-purpose cleaning
agent with a neutral pH value.
u Only use food-compatible cleaning and care agents
inside the appliance.
u Empty the appliance.
u Disconnect the power plug.
u Clean the plastic surfaces, outside and inside, by
hand using lukewarm water and a little dish washing
liquid.
u To clean the drain opening:
Remove deposits with a thin
instrument, e.g. a cotton bud.
u Most of the equipment parts can be dismantled for
cleaning: see the respective chapter.
u Clean the drawers by hand using lukewarm water and
a little dish washing liquid.
u The remaining fittings are dishwasher suitable.
u Clean the telescopic rails with a damp cloth only. The
grease in the tracks is for lubrication purposes and
should not be removed.
Note
u Clean the water container if not used for more than
24 Umrechnung von h wurde noch nicht definiert!
(24 h).
* Depending on model and options
u To empty the water collection
dish: Remove the water tank.
Pull the dish forward carefully to
disengage it and then pull it out
downwards.
u Clean the water container and
the water collection dishby
hand using lukewarm water and a
little dish washing liquid.
After cleaning:
u Wipe the appliance and accessories dry.
u Connect the appliance and switch it on again.
u Switch on SuperFrost (see 5.7.4) .
When the temperature is sufficiently cold:
u put the food back in the appliance.
6.3 Cleaning the IceMaker
The IceMaker drawer must be emptied and pushed in.
u Activate setting mode: press and hold the SuperFrost
button Fig. 3 (12) for approximately 5 s.
w S is shown on the display.
w The Menu symbol Fig. 3 (16) lights up.
u Using the Freezer compartment Up button Fig. 3 (10)/
Freezer compartment Down button Fig. 3 (11), select I.
To
confirm: press the SuperFrost button Fig. 3 (12).
u
u Using the Freezer compartment Up button
Fig. 3 (10)/ Freezer compartment Down button
Fig. 3 (11), select Ic.
u To confirm: press the SuperFrost button
Fig. 3 (12).
w The IceMaker moves into cleaning position and shuts
off.
u Deactivate setting mode: press the Freezer compartment On/Off button Fig. 3 (8).
w The temperature is again displayed on the temperature
display.
u Take out the drawer.
u Clean the ice compartment and drawer with warm
water. If necessary, use a mild dishwashing liquid. Then
rinse.
u Slide the drawer back in.
u Leave the IceMaker switched off in this position.
-orNOTICE
Residual dishwashing liquid in the ice tray and drawer.
Nausea or irritation of the mucous membrane.
u Eliminate any residual dishwashing liquid: Throw away
the first three batches of ice cubes.
u Switching on the IceMaker (see 5.7.9) .
6.4 Customer service
First check whether you can remedy the fault yourself
(see Troubleshooting). If this is not the case, please
contact a qualified service provider.
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Troubleshooting.
WARNING
Risk of injury from repairs by non-professionals.
u Repairs and work on the appliance and the power
supply cable not described in the Manual (see Maintenance) should only be carried out by a qualified service
provider.
u Read the appliance
designation
Fig. 18 (1), service no.
Fig. 18 (2) and serial
no. Fig. 18 (3) from
the rating plate. The
rating plate is located
inside the appliance
on the left-hand side.
Fig. 18
u Notify a qualified service provider, specifying the fault,
appliance designation Fig. 18 (1), service no. Fig. 18 (2)
and serial Fig. 18 (3) no.
w This will help us to provide you with a faster and more
accurate service.
u Keep the appliance closed until the Customer Service
engineer arrives.
w The food will stay cool longer.
u Disconnect the power plug (do not pull on the power
cord to do this) or switch off the fuse.
6.5 Appliance Information
Make a note of this information when the appliance is
installed:
Type Designation:
_____________________
Service Number:
_____________________
Appliance / Serial Number:
_____________________
Date of purchase:
_____________________
Where purchased:
_____________________
7 Troubleshooting.
Your appliance is designed and manufactured for reliable
operation and a long lifespan. If a malfunction nonetheless occurs during operation, please determine if the
malfunction is due to an operating error. If a service call
determines operator error, you will be charged for the
costs incurred, even during the warranty period. You may
be able to rectify the following problems yourself:
Problem
Possible Cause
Correction
The appliance
does not work.
The appliance is not switched on.
u Switch on the appliance.
The power plug is not properly u Check the power plug.
inserted in the wall socket.
The fuse in the wall socket is not OK. u Check the fuse.
Power failure
u Keep the appliance closed.
u Protect the food: place dry ice on top of the food or
use an alternate freezer, if the power failure persists
for some time.
u Do not re-freeze defrosted food.
The compressor When less refrigeration is required, u This is normal in energy-saving models.
the speed-controlled compressor
runs for a long
switches to a low speed. Although
time.
the running time is increased as a
result, energy is saved.
SuperFrost function is activated.
u The compressor runs long to rapidly freeze food.
This is normal.
SuperCool function is activated.
u The compressor runs long to rapidly cool food. This
is normal.
There is a fault.
An LED at the
lower rear of the
appliance (near
the compressor)
flashes regularly
every 5
seconds*.
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u Contact the customer service department (see Maintenance).
* Depending on model and options
Troubleshooting.
Problem
Possible Cause
Correction
Noises are too
loud.
The different speed levels of speed- u These noises are normal.
controlled* compressors can cause
them to generate various noises
during operation.
A gurgling
sound
This sound comes from the refrig- u The sound is normal.
erant flowing in the refrigeration
circuit.
A faint clicking
sound
The sound always occurs when the u The sound is normal.
refrigeration unit (the motor) automatically switches on or off.
A hum. It is
briefly a little
louder when the
refrigeration unit
(the motor)
switches on.
The refrigeration increases automati- u The sound is normal.
cally when the SuperFrost function is
activated, fresh food has just been
placed in the appliance or the door
has been left open for a while.
The refrigeration increases automati- u The sound is normal.
cally when the SuperCool function is
activated, fresh food has just been
placed in the appliance or the door
has been left open for a while.
The ambient temperature is too high. u Solution: (see 1.3)
A low hum
The sound occurs as a result of fan u The sound is normal.
air flow.
Vibration noise
The appliance is not standing firmly u Check the installation and, if necessary, re-align the
on the floor As a result, adjoining
appliance.
units or objects are set into vibration u Move bottles and containers apart.
by the running refrigeration unit
Flow noise on
the soft stop
mechanism.
The sound is caused by the soft stop u The sound is normal.
mechanism.
Hum of the water When water is pumped out of the u The sound is normal.
water reservoir, a brief hum of the
tank pump.
pump can be heard.
The temperature There is a fault.
display indicates: F0 to F9.
u Contact the customer service department (see Maintenance).
The temperature There is a fault.
display reads: FE
u Contact the customer service department (see Maintenance).
The temperature
display shows a
flashing power
failure symbol
The freezer temperature rose too u To delete the display of the warmest temperature:
high during the last hours or days
Press the Alarm button Fig. 3 (14).
due to power failure or power inter- u Check the quality of the food. Do not consume
ruption. When the power interruption
spoiled food. Do not re-freeze defrosted food.
is over, the appliance will continue to
. The
operate at the last temperature
warmest temper- setting.
ature reached
during the power
failure is
* Depending on model and options
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Troubleshooting.
Problem
displayed in the
temperature
display.
Possible Cause
Correction
DEMO lights up
in the temperature display.
The demo mode is activated.
u Contact the customer service department (see Maintenance).
The outside
surfaces of the
appliance are
hot*.
The heat of the refrigerant circuit is u This is normal.
used to prevent condensate from
forming.
The IceMaker
cannot be
switched on.
The appliance and therefore the u Connect the appliance (see Start-up).
IceMaker are not connected.
The IceMaker is
not making ice
cubes.
The IceMaker is not switched on.
u Switch the IceMaker on.
The drawer of the IceMaker is not u Close the drawer properly.
properly closed.
The water tank is not correctly u Insert the water tank.
inserted.
There is not enough water in the u Fill the water tank.
water tank.
The LED of the
IceMaker
flashes.
There is not enough water in the u Fill the water tank.
water tank.
If the LED flashes and the water tank u Contact the customer service department (see Mainis full, the IceMaker is defective.
tenance).
The temperature The door of the appliance is not u Close the appliance door.
closed properly.
is not cold
enough.
Insufficient ventilation.
u Clear and clean the ventilation grille.
The ambient temperature is too high. u Solution: (see 1.3)
The appliance was opened too u Wait to see whether the required temperature resets
frequently or for too long.
itself by itself. If not, contact the customer service
department (see Maintenance).
Too much fresh food was placed u Solution: (see 5.7.4)
inside without SuperFrost.
The temperature is incorrectly set.
u Set to a colder temperature and check after 24 hours
The appliance is too near to a heat u Change location of appliance or the heat source.
source (stove, heater etc).
The appliance was not properly u Make sure the appliance was installed correctly and
installed in the recess.
the door closes properly.
u Switch on the appliance.
The interior light The appliance is not switched on.
does not turn
The door was open for longer than 15 u The interior light automatically switches itself off if
on.
minutes.
the door has been open for about 15 minutes.
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* Depending on model and options
Putting appliance out of service
Problem
Possible Cause
The LED interior light is faulty or the
cover is damaged
Correction
WARNING
Risk of injury from electrical shock.
Live parts are under the cover.
u The LED interior light should only be replaced or
repaired by the Customer Service department or by
engineers trained to do so.
WARNING
Risk of injury from LED lamp!
The lighting intensity of the LED light complies with laser
class 1/1M.
If the cover is faulty:
u Do not gaze directly at this lighting unit with optical
lenses while very close to the light source. This can
cause damage to your eyes.
The door seal is
faulty or needs
to be replaced
for other
reasons.
On some appliances the door seal is u Contact the customer service department (see Maininterchangeable. You can replace it
tenance).
without the use of any special tools.
The appliance is The door seal may have slipped out u Check the door seal is well placed in the groove.
of its groove.
iced up or
condensation is
building.
8 Putting appliance out of
service
8.1 Vacation Tips
Short vacations: If you will be away for less than four
weeks
u Use all perishables.
u Freeze other items.
u Turn off the refrigerator compartment.
u Turn off the icemaker.
u Shut down the water supply to the icemaker.
Long vacations: If you will be away for a month or more
u Remove all food from the appliance.
u Turn OFF the appliance.
u Clean the appliance (see 6.2) .
u Leave the door open to prevent unpleasant odors.
w This will also keep mold from building up.
u Turn off the icemaker.
u Shut off the water supply to the icemaker.
8.2 Switching off the appliance
Note
u If the appliance cannot be switched off, the Child Safety
function is still activated (see 5.2) .
8.2.1 Switching the whole appliance off via
the freezer compartment
u Press and hold down the freezer compartment On/Off
button Fig. 3 (8) for approx. 2 seconds.
w A long beep sounds.
w The temperature displays are dark.
w The appliance is switched off.
8.2.2 Switching off the fridge compartment
Note
Before going on vacation or other prolonged periods of
non-use
u You can switch the refrigerator compartment on/off
separately.
u Press and hold down the chiller compartment On/Off
button Fig. 3 (1) for approx. 2 seconds.
* Depending on model and options
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Disposing of the appliance
w The refrigerator compartment temperature display
Fig. 3 (2) is dark.
w The refrigerator compartment is switched off.
8.3 Decommissioning
u Empty the appliance.
u Put the IceMaker in the cleaning position (see Maintenance).
u Switch off the appliance (see Putting appliance out of
service).
u Pull out the power plug.
u Clean the appliance (see 6.2) .
u Leave the door open to prevent bad smells.
9 Disposing of the appliance
Follow the local regulations for the disposal of appliances.
Old appliances can be dangerous. Contact the local
refuse collection department for additional information.
DANGER
There is a risk of suffocation.
Children playing can shut themselves in and suffocate.
u Take the door(s) off.
u Remove the drawers.
u Leave the storage shelves in the appliance so that children cannot easily climb into the appliance.
WARNING
Danger of electric shock.
u Cut off the plug from the power cord and discard.
u Cut off the power cord from the discarded appliance.
Dispose of separately from the appliance.
Ensure during and after disposal that the appliance isn't
stored in the vicinity of gasoline or other flammable vapors
and liquids.
When disposing of the appliance, ensure that the refrigeration circuit is not damaged to prevent uncontrolled
escape of the refrigerant it contains (data on type plate)
and oil.
10 Liebherr Warranty Plan
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).
TERMS APPLICABLE TO EACH WARRANTY
All service provided by Liebherr under the warranty must
be performed by authorized Liebherr service representatives, unless otherwise specified by Liebherr. Service will
be provided in the home during normal business hours.
This warranty applies only to products installed for normal
residential use. Details regarding a non-residential
warranty are available on request.
The warranty applies only to products installed in any one
of the fifty states of the United States or the District of
Columbia. The warranty does not cover any parts or labor
to correct any defect caused by negligence, accident or
improper use, maintenance, installation, service or repair,
including but not limited to improper removal and reinstallation of the condensing unit.
THE WARRANTIES DESCRIBED ABOVE ARE MADE
EXPRESSLY IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTIES,
EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND OF ANY OTHER
OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY ON THE PART OF LIEBHERR. IN NO EVENT SHALL LIEBHERR BE LIABLE
FOR SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES ARISING FROM THE BREACH OF THESE
WARRANTIES OR ANY OTHER WARRANTIES,
WHETHER EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of
incidental or consequential damages so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives
you specific legal rights and you may also have other legal
rights which very from state to state.
To receive parts and/or service and the name of the Liebherr authorized service representative nearest you,
contact your Liebherr dealer or distributor or contact the
Liebherr designated national service provider:
in the US: Service-appliances.us@liebherr.com or call
1-866-LIEBHER (1-866-543-2437).
in Canada: www.euro-parts.ca or call 1-888-LIEBHER
(1-888-543-2437).
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
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* Depending on model and options
Liebherr Warranty Plan
* Depending on model and options
21
For Service in the U.S.:
Liebherr Service Center
Toll Free: 1-866-LIEBHER or 1-866-543-2437
Service-appliances.us@liebherr.com
PlusOne Solutions, Inc.
3501 Quadrangle Blvd, Suite 120
Orlando, FL 32817
For Service in Canada:
Liebherr Service Center
Toll Free: 1-888-LIEBHER or 1-888-543-2437
www.euro-parts.ca
EURO-PARTS CANADA
39822 Belgrave Road
Belgrave, Ontario, N0G 1E0
Phone: (519) 357-3320
Fax: (519) 357-1326
www.liebherr-appliances.com
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