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Summit SCR600LHHADA Use & Care
FELIX STORCH, INC.
SUMMIT APPLIANCE DIVISION®
INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR MODEL(S):
All Variations of the FF-6
All Variations of the FF-7
& All Variations of the SCR-600L/SCR-600BL
ALL-REFRIGERATOR
Write the model and serial
numbers here:
Model#_____________________
Serial #___________________
Find these numbers on the back of the unit
Table of Contents
Before Putting into Use…3
IMPORTANT
Disposing of worn out Appliance….4
Placing and Installation
Choosing the right Place………………….5
Connection to Power Supply………………..5
Operation Control…………………………………...6
Temperature Selection…………………………………6
Use
Storing Fresh Food……………………………………7
Maintenance and Cleaning
Automatic Defrosting of the Refrigerator……8
Cleaning the Appliance……………………………………8
Reversing the Door...............................................................9
Adjusting the Level Legs……………............................................10
Troubleshooting………………………………………………………………………10-11
Noise………………………………………………………………………………………………..12
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*Before Putting Into UsE*
Before connecting the appliance to the power supply, leave it standing for
about 2 hours, this will reduce the possibility of malfunctions in the cooling
system due to transport handling.
Clean the appliance thoroughly; especially in the interior (See Cleaning and
Maintenance).
Instructions for Use
These instructions for use are intended for the user. They describe the appliance and
the correct and safe way to use it. The instructions were prepared for various
types/models of refrigerators therefore you may find in it descriptions of some
accessories and functions that your appliance may not have.
Mounting Instructions
Integrated appliances are equipped with instructions for mounting the appliance into
the kitchen unit. The appliance should be mounted by qualified technicians and
instructions are for their use only.
We Care for the Environment
Our appliances are distributed in packaging made of environmental friendly
material which could safely be recycled, disposed of or destroyed without any
effects on the environment whatsoever.
Our instruction manuals are printed either on recycled paper or chlorine free
bleached paper.
Tips for Energy Savings
Try not to open the door too often, especially when the weather is hot and
humid. Once you open the door try to close it as soon as possible.
Every now and then check if the appliance is sufficiently ventilated
(adequate air circulation behind the appliance).
Set thermostat from higher to lower settings as soon as possible
(depending on how loaded the appliance is ambient temperature etc...).
The coils on the rear of the refrigerator should be cleaned and free of dust
or any impurities.
Always consider instructions stated in sections Positioning and Energy
Saving Tips, otherwise the energy consumption is substantially higher.
Instructions for Use
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IMPORTANT
If you bought this appliance to replace an old one equipped with a lock
that cannot be opened from inside (lock, bolt), make sure that the lock is
broken. This will make it impossible for children to lock themselves
inside the appliance and suffocate.
The appliance must be correctly connected to the power supply.
If the food has a strange smell or color throw it away because it is very
likely that it is spoiled and therefore dangerous to eat.
Disconnect the appliance from the power supply before repairing (only a
qualified technician should repair it), cleaning and before replacing the
light bulb.
Use only enclosed tools or tools recommended by the manufacturer.
The refrigerating system of the appliance is filled with refrigerant and oil,
so when the appliance is damaged handle it with care and dispose of it in
compliance with the environmental protection precautions.
Before throwing away your old refrigerator or freezer please remove
the doors and leave the shelves in place so that children may not easily
climb inside.
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The rating plate is inside the appliance or outside on the rear wall.
Disposing of the
Worn Out Appliance
The refrigerating system of the appliance is filled with refrigerant and
insulating substances which should be separately treated and
processed. Call your nearest authorized service agent or specialized
servicing center. If they cannot be contacted, call your local authorities or
your distributor to remove the refrigerator. Be careful not to damage the
tubes on the rear wall of the appliance (danger of pollution).
Instructions for Use
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PLACING AND INSTALLATION
It is important to make sure the appliance is leveled evenly to
prevent falling.
Two spacers attached to the appliance must be fitted onto the
upper edge of the condenser, thus preventing the appliance from
being installed too close to the wall. Spacers are manufactured for
all-purpose functions depending on the distance of the condenser from
the wall. Therefore turn spacers correspondingly and adjust them
accordingly to the appliance.
Connection to Power Supply
Connect the appliance with the cable and plug to the power supply
socket outlet with a ground terminal (safety socket).
“DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION CORD.”
Required nominal voltage and frequency are indicated on the rating
plate. The connection to the power supply and grounding has to be
made according to current standards and regulations. The appliance
resists temporary voltage tolerance up to -15 to 10%.
Instructions for Use
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Operation control
How To Adjust The Thermostat
The refrigerator is controlled with a thermostat knob located inside unit, towards the
right-hand corner. Turn the knob clockwise from the STOP (0) position toward
higher numbers for colder temperatures.
TEMPERATURE SELECTION
The settings of the temperature control are from 0 (off) to 7 (max). Initially adjust the
temperature control setting to 4 (norm), then adjust the thermostat to colder or warmer (as
needed).
A higher setting on the knob (towards 7) means colder temperatures in all
compartments of the appliance. On the highest setting, parts of the refrigerator may
become extremelycold, especially in cooler or dry weather. Use the higher thermostat
setting only when required or recommended.
The coolness of the refrigerator depends on how often you open and close the door.
To turn the refrigerator off you must turn the thermostat to 0 (off).
Instructions for Use
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Storing Fresh Foods
Foods to be stored in the refrigerator should be properly packed
as to prevent mixing various moisture degrees and odors (in
polyethylene bags or sheet, aluminum foil, wax paper, covered
containers or bottles).
Never store any inflammable, volatile or explosive substances.
Beverages with high alcohol percentage shall be stored in
tightly sealed bottles in a vertical position.
Food should not touch the rear wall of the refrigerator.
Some organic solutions like volatile oils in lemon and orange
peel, acid in butter etc. can cause damages when in contact with
plastic surfaces or gaskets for a long period of time.
An unpleasant odor inside the refrigerator is a sign that
something is wrong with the food or that your refrigerator
needs cleaning. Odors may be eliminated or reduced by
washing the interior of the refrigerator with a mild solution of
water and vinegar. We also recommend using activated carbon
filters to clean the air or to neutralize odors.
If you plan on taking a long trip make sure you remove all
perishable food before you leave to prevent any odors.
Instructions for Use
automatic Defrosting
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There is no need to defrost the refrigerator, because the ice depositing on the
inner back wall is defrosted automatically.
Ice may deposit on the inner back wall during the compressor operation; later on
when the compressor is not operating, the ice is defrosted and the water is
collected and drained through the outlet in the inner back wall into the drain pan
situated above the compressor where it is evaporated.
Cleaning the Appliance
Disconnect the power supply before cleaning the appliance. Do not use
coarse or aggressive cleaning agents as you can damage the surface.
Clean the exterior with water and a mild detergent. Varnished surfaces
are cleaned with soft cloth and a non-abrasive cleaning agent (for example
glass cleaners). You may also use stainless steel cleaner if you have a
stainless steel model.
Remove the detachable accessories in the interior of the appliance and
clean it with water and liquid detergent. Plastic parts cannot be washed in
a washing machine.
Wash the interior of the appliance with lukewarm water, in which you
add one or two spoonfuls of vinegar.
Every now and then wipe the condenser on the rear wall. Use a soft nonmetal brush.
Do not forget to clean the defrost water receptacle above the
refrigerators compressor (do not remove the receptacle). After
cleaning, connect the appliance to the power supply and reload the
packages.
Switch Off the Appliance When
Not in Use
If you do not intend to use the appliance for an extensive period of time, set
the thermostat knob to the STOP (0) position and disconnect the power
supply. Then take out the foods and clean the appliance. Leave the door
slightly open.
Instructions for Use
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Door swing reversal
(Stainless steel models with towel bar handles do not have reversible doors.)
If you find the direction of opening the door on your appliance inconvenient, you can
change it. Holes on the opposite side have already been prepared at the factory
1. Remove the top hinge cover and hinge (on models with a tabletop, remove the
bottom hinge instead).
2. Next remove the door and remove the bottom hinge.
3. Then remove the kick plate, slide it over to the opposite side and secure in place.
4. Place the lower hinge on the opposite side of the unit and reattach the door,
5. Reattach the top hinge on the opposite side of the unit, it should be aligned with
the bottom hinge
6. Remove handle by unscrewing, place on the opposite side and secure in place.
7. Insert plugs into the holes where the door was initially attached.
8. Check to make sure the door seals properly.
(If it does not, use a hair dryer set on medium to expand the gasket.)
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2.
3.
Upper hinge cover
Upper hinge
Lower hinge
4. Kick plate
5. Handle
6 Hole Plugs
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Adjusting the Level legs
The Professional units (those with a BI suffix in model number) have 4
adjustable level legs. By turning the legs counter-clockwise you can
increase the height of the unit up to 34” inches high or you may decrease the
height to about 33” inches by turning clockwise.
On Non-Professional models, there are only two adjustable levels legs in
the front of the unit. The two rear legs are stationary; it is not recommended
that you adjust the front level legs.
Trouble-Shooting Guide
During the service of your appliance, you may come across some
troubles that in most cases result from improper handling of the
appliance that can easily be eliminated.
Problem #1
Appliance Fails to Operate After Connecting to the Power Supply
Possible Cause/Solution
*Check to make sure the appliance is switched ON
(thermostat is in the operating position)
*Check to the power of the A/C outlet (plug in a lamp to test)
*Check for a failed fuse
*Refrigerator line cord may not be plugged in properly
Instructions for Use
Problem #2
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Ice Formation on the Inner Rear Wall
Possible Causes
*The door does not seal well (clean the gasket if it is contaminated, or
replace it if it is damaged).
*The door was frequently opened or it was left opened for too long.
*The food stored in the refrigerator was warm.
Solution
-As long as the defrost water runs through the channel, out of the
opening and into the drain pan on the compressor, automatic
defrosting of the appliance is assured. In case the ice formation on
the inner back wall is increased (1/8”), ice should be manually
defrosted.
Set the thermostat knob to STOP (0) position and leave the door
open. Never use electric devices for defrosting and do not scrape
the ice or frost layer with sharp objects. After defrosting is
complete, turn the knob to desired position and close the refrigerator
door.
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Problem #3
Water is Leaking from the Refrigerator
Possible Cause/Solution
In case the water discharge outlet is clogged, or the defrost water drips
over the channel causing water to leak from the refrigerator, try the
following suggestion:
*Clean the clogged opening with a plastic straw
*Manually defrost the increased ice layer according to instructions
listed above.
Instructions for Use
Noise
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After starting the appliance, the operation of the
compressor and the refrigerant flow may be louder and this
does not mean something is wrong with the appliance. The
noise will reduce gradually.
During the operation of the compressor, a liquid noise is heard
and when the compressor is not operating a refrigerant flow is
heard. This is a normal condition and it has no influence
whatsoever on the lifetime of the appliance.
Sometimes strong noises occur which are rather unusual for the
appliance. This noise is often a consequence of inadequate
placing. To avoid the noise make sure the appliance is
placed and leveled firmly on a solid base; make sure the
appliance is not touching the wall or kitchen units standing
next to it. And always make sure you check the accessories in
the interior of the appliance; they should be placed correctly in
their positions. Check the bottles, tins and other vessels that
might touch each other and rattle.
Before Calling for Service
Check the plug and fuse.
Test the outlet with a lamp
Be sure the control is not set to OFF
Read the manual, especially the items under the Use and
Care sections. You may find the answer to your questions.
If you don’t find the answer to your questions in this
manual, find the unit model number (on the upper back of
the refrigerator) and contact your Summit Appliance
Dealer.
Specifications are Subject to Change Without
Noti1ce.
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