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Beko HSA46330 User Manual
Chest Freezer
HSA46330
WARNING!
In order to ensure a normal operation of your refrigerating appliance, which uses a completely environmentally
friendly refrigerant the R600a (flammable only under certain conditions) you must observe the following rules:
 Do not hinder the free circulation of the air around the appliance.
 Do not use mechanical devices in order to accelerate the defrosting, others than the ones recommended by
the manufacturer.
 Do not destroy the refrigerating circuit.
 Do not use electric appliances inside the food keeping compartment, other than those that might have been
recommended by the manufacturer.
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Content
Advice for recycling of the old appliance /1
Packing Recycling /2
Transport instructions /2
Warnings and special advice /2
Setting up /3
Electric connection /3
Switching off /4
Appliance description /4
Freezer operation /4
Advise for food conservation /4
Defrosting of the appliance /5
Cleaning of the appliance /5
Replacing the interior light bulb /6
Troubleshooting /6
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Instruction for use
Congratulations on your choice!
The chest freezer you have purchased is in the BEKO products
range and represents a harmonious joining between the
refrigeration technique with the aesthetical outlook. It has a new
and attractive design and is built according to the European and
national standards which guarantee its operation and safety
features. At the same time, the used refrigerant, R600a, is
environment-friendly and it does not affect the ozone layer.
In order to get the best out of your freezer, we advise you to
read carefully the information in these user instructions.
Advice for recycling your old appliance
If your newly purchased appliance replaces an older appliance,
you must consider a few aspects.
The old appliances are not valueless scrap. Their disposal,
while preserving the environment, allows the recovery of
important raw materials.
Make your old appliance useless :
- disconnect the appliance from the supply;
- remove the supply cord (cut it);
- remove the eventual locks on the door to avoid the blocking of
children inside, while playing, and the endangering of their lives.
The refrigerating apliances contain insulating materials and
refrigerants which require a proper recycling.
This appliance is not intended for use by person with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge unless they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
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Packing Recycling
Warnings and general advice
WARNING!
Do not allow children to play with the
packing or with parts of it. There is the risk
of suffocation with parts of corrugated
cardboard and with plastic film.
In order to get to you in good condition, the
appliance was protected with a suitable
packing. All the materials of the packing are
compatible with the environment and
recyclable. Please help us recycle the packing
while protecting the environment !
 Do not plug in the appliance if you noticed a
failure.
 The repairs must be done only by qualified
personnel.
 In the following situations please unplug the
appliance from the mains:
- when you defrost completely the appliance;
- when you clean the appliance.
To unplug the appliance, pull by the plug,
not by the cable!
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Ensure the minimum space between the
appliance and the wall against which it is
placed.
 Do not climb on the appliance.
 Do not allow the children to play or hide
inside the appliance.
 Never use electric appliances inside the
freezer, for defrosting.
 Do not use the appliance near heating
appliances, cookers or other sources of heat
and fire.
 Do not leave the freezer door open more
than it is necessary to put in or take out the
food.
 Do not leave the food in the appliance if it is
not working.
 Do not keep inside products containing
flammable or explosive gases.
 Do not keep inside fizzy drinks (juice,
mineral water, champagne, etc.) in the
freezer: the bottle can explode! Do not freeze
drinks in plastic bottles.
 Do not eat ice cubes or icecream
immediately after having taken them out of the
freezer because they may cause „freezer
burns”.
 Never touch cold metal parts or frozen food
with wet hands because your hands can
quickly freeze on the very cold surfaces.
 For the protection of the appliance during
warehousing and transport, it is provided with
spacers between the door and the cabinet (in
the front and rear side). These spacers will be
removed before putting the appliance into
operation.
IMPORTANT!
Before putting the appliance in operation, read
carefully and entirely these instructions. They
contain important information concerning the
setting up, use and maintenance of the
apliance.
The manufacturer is free of any responsibility if
the information in this document are not
observed. Keep the instructions in a safe place
in order to reach them easily in case of need.
They can also be useful subsequently by
another user.
ATTENTION!
This appliance must be used only for its
intended purpose, (household use), in
suitable areas, far from rain, moisture or
other weather conditions.
Transport instructions
The appliance must be transported, as much
as possible, only in vertical position. The
packing must be in perfect condition during
transport.
If during transport the appliance was put in
horizontal position (only according to the
markings on the packing), it is advised that,
before putting it into operation, the appliance
is left to rest for 4 hours in order to allow the
settling of the refrigerating circuit.
The failure to to observe these instructions
can cause the breakdown of the motor
compressor and the cancellation of its
warranty.
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 Place the appliance in a perfectly even, dry
and well ventilated place.
Assemble the supplied accessories.
 Excess
deposit of ice on the frame and the
baskets should be removed regularly with the
plastic scraper provided. Do not use any
metal parts to remove the ice.
The presence of this ice build-up makes
impossible to close the door correctly.
 If you do not use your appliance for a few
days, it is not advisable to switch it off. If you
do not use it for a longer period, please
proceed as follows :
- unplug the appliance;
- empty the freezer;
- defrost it and clean it;
- leave the door open to avoid the formation of
unpleasant smells.
 If the supply cord is damaged, it must be
replaced by the manufacturer, its service
agent or similarly qualified persons in order to
avoid a hazard.
 If your appliance has a lock, keep it locked
and store the key in a safe place, out of the
reach of children. If you are discarding an
appliance with lock, make sure that, is made
ineffective. This is very important so as to
avoid children being trapped inside, which
may cause their loss of life.
Electric connection
Your appliance is intended to operate at a
single-phase voltage of 220-240V/50 Hz. Before
plugging in the appliance, please make sure
that the parameters of the mains in your house
(voltage, currect type, frequency) comply to the
operation parameters of the appliance.
 The information concerning the supply voltage
and the absorbed power is given on the marking
label placed in the back side of the freezer.
 The electric installation must comply with
the law requirements.
 The earthing of the appliance is
compulsory. The manufacturer has no
responsibility for any damage to persons,
animals or goods which may arise from
the failure to observe the specified
conditions.
 The appliance is endowed with a supply
cord and a plug (Australian type, marked
10/16A) with double earthing contact for
safety. If the socket is not the same type with
the plug, please ask a specialised electrician
to change it.
 Do not use extension pieces or multiple
adapters.
Setting up
This appliance was designed to operate at an
ambient temperature between +100C and
+430C (SN-T class). If the ambient
temperature is above +430C, inside the
appliance the temperature can increase.
Set up the appliance far from any source of
heat and fire. Placing it in a warm room, the
direct exposure to sunbeams or near a heat
source (heaters, cookers, ovens), will
increase the energy consumption and shorten
the product life.
 Please observe the following minimun
distances:
 100 cm from the cookers working with coal
or oil;
 150 cm from the electric and gas cookers.
 Ensure the free circulation of the air around
the appliance, by observing the distances
shown in Item 2.
Assemble on the condenser (in the rear side)
the supplied spacers. (Item 3).
Switching off
The switching off must be possible by taking
the plug out of the socket or by means of a
mains two-poles switch placed before the
socket.
Operation
Before putting into operation, clean the inside
of the appliance (see chapter „Cleaning").
After finishing this operation please plug
in the appliance, adjust the thermostat
knob to an average position. The green and
red LEDs in the signalling block must light.
Leave the appliance work for about 2
hours without putting food inside it.
The freezing of the fresh food is possible
after min. 20 hours of operation.
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Appliance description
Advise for food conservation
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The freezer is intended to keep the frozen food
for a long time, as well as to freeze fresh food.
One of the main elements for a successful
food freezing is the packing.
The main conditions that the packing must fulfill
are the following: to be airtight, to be inert
towards the packed food, to resist to low
temperatures, to be proof to liquids, grease,
water vapours, smells, to be able to be washed.
These conditions are fulfilled by the following
types of packings: plastic or aluminium film,
plastic and aliminium vessels, waxed
cardboard glasses or plastic glasses.
Door handle
Door
Lamp housing
Baskets
Tray
Lock housing
Thermostat box
Spacer for transport
Freezer operation
Temperature adjustment
The temperature of the freezer is adjusted by
means of the knob assembled on the thermostat
(item. 4), position „MAX” being the lowest
temperature.
The achieved temperatures can vary according
to the conditions of use of the appliance, such
as: place of the appliance, ambient temperature,
frequency of door opening, extent of filling with
food of the freezer. The position of the
thermostat knob will change according to these
factors. Normally, for an ambient temperature of
approx. 320C, the thermostat will be adjusted on
an average position.
IMPORTANT!
- For freezing the fresh food please use the
supplied baskets of the appliance.
- Do not place into the freezer a too large
quantity of food at a time. The quality of the
food is best kept if they are deeply frozen as
quickly as possible. This is why it is advisable
not to exceed the freezing capacity of the
appliance specified in the "Product Fiche".
- The fresh food must not come into contact
with the food already frozen.
- The frozen food you have bought can be
placed into the freezer without having to
adjust the thermostat.
- If the freezing date is not mentioned on the
packing, please take into consideration a
period of max. 3 months, as a general guide.
- The food, even partially defrosted, cannot be
frozen again, it must be consumed
immediately or cooked and then refrozen.
- The fizzy drinks will not be kept in the
freezer.
- In case of a power failure, do not open the
door of the appliance. The frozen food will not
be affected if the failure lasts less than 36
hours.
The signalling system is placed on the front
side of the freezer (Item 5).
It includes:
1. Thermostat adjustment knob – the inside
temperature is adjusted.
2. green LED – shows that the appliance is
supplied with electric energy.
3. red LED – damage – lights if the
temperature in the freezer is too high. The
LED will operate 15-45 minutes after the
putting into operation of the freezer, then it
must go off. If the LED goes on during the
operation, this means that defects have
occurred.
4. LED Orange– fast freeze function activated
– by setting the knob to Superfreeze
position the orange led goes on, showing
that the appliance entered into the "fast
freeze" mode. The exit of this mode is
done automatically after 50 hours then the
appliance runs in economic mode, and the
orange led goes off.
The three LEDs give information about the
mode of operation of the freezer.
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For a fast thaw please leave the door open.
Do not use sharp metal objects to remove
the ice.
Do not use hairdryers or other electric
heating appliances for defrosting.
Freezing with Superfrost
• Place the knob to super frost position. The
Superfrost lamp comes on.
• Wait 24 hours.
• Place the fresh food in the freezer. In order
to achieve fast freezing, food should be in
contact with the interior walls when it is placed
in the freezer.
• The Superfrost facility automatically switches
the fast freezing procedure off after 50 hours.
Inside cleaning
Before starting the cleaning, unplug the
appliance from the mains.
 It is advisable to clean the appliance when
you defrost it.
 Wash the inside with lukewarm water
where you add some neutral detergent. Do
not use soap, detergent, gasoline or acetone
which can leave a strong odour.
 Wipe with a wet sponge and dry with a soft
cloth.
During this operation, avoid the excess of
water, in order to prevent its entrance into the
thermal insulation of the appliance, which
would cause unpleasant odours.
Do not forget to clean also the door gasket
especially the bellow ribs, by means of a
clean cloth.
Important
When you place the knob to Superfrost
position, the compressor might not switch
on for a few minutes. This is due to the
integrated rise-delay switch which is
designed to increase the life span of the
refrigeration unit.
You should not switch on the Superfrost
function:
- when placing frozen food in the freezer;
- when freezing up to approx. 2 kg fresh food
daily.
Defrosting of the appliance
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We advise you to defrost the freezer at
least twice a year or when the ice layer has an
excessive thickness.
 The ice build-up is a normal phenomenon.
 The quantity and the rapidity of ice buildup depends on the ambient conditions and on
the frequency of the door opening.
 We advise you to defrost the appliance
when the quantity of frozen food is the least.
 Before defrosting, adjust the thermostat
knob to a higher position so that the food
stores more cold.
- Unplug the appliance.
- Take out the frozen food, wrap it in several
sheets of paper and put them in refrigerator or
a cool place.
Take the separator panel and put it under the
freezer in the direction of the dripping tube.
Take out the obstructing plug. The water
which results will be collected in the special
tray (separator panel). After the melting of the
ice and the run-off of the water please wipe
with a cloth or with a sponge, then dry well.
Put the obstruction plug back in its place.
(Item. 6)
Outside cleaning
 Clean the outside of the freezer by means
of a sponge soaked in soapy warm water,
wipe with a soft cloth and dry.
 The cleaning of the outside part of the
refrigerating circuit (motorcompressor,
condenser, connection tubes) will be done
with a soft brush or with the vacuum-cleaner.
During this operation, please take care not to
distort the tubes or detach the cables.
Do not use scouring or abrasive materials !
 After having finished the cleaning, replace
the accessories at their places and plug in the
appliance.
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Replacing the interior light bulb
Troubleshooting
The appliance does not work.
 There is a power failure.
 The plug of the supply cord is not inserted
well into the socket.
 The fuse is blown.
 The thermostat is in „OFF” position.
If the lamp burns out, disconnect the
appliance from the mains. Take out the
lamp trim. Make sure the lamp is
screwed correctly. Plug in the appliance
again. If the lamp still does not go on,
replace it with another one model E14 15W. Mount back the lamp trim in its
place.
The lamp(s) used in this appliance is not
suitable for household room illumination. The
intended purpose of this lamp is to assist the
user to place foodstuffs in the
refrigerator/freezer in a safe and comfortable
way.
The lamps used in this appliance have to
withstand extreme physical conditions such as
temperatures below -20°C.
The temperatures are not low
enough(red LED on).
 The food prevents the door closing.
 The appliance was not placed correctly.
 The appliance is placed too close to a heat
source.
 The thermostat knob is not in the correct
position.
E x c e s s i ve i c e b u i l d - u p
 The door was not closed properly.
The inside lighting does not work
 The
lamp is blown. Unplug the appliance
from the mains, take out the lamp and
replace it with a new one.
Noises during operation
In order to keep the temperature at the value
you have adjusted, the compressor of the
appliance starts periodically.
The following are not defects
 Possible noddings and cracks coming
from the product: circulation of the
refrigerant in the system.
The noises which can be heard in such
situation are normal.
They are redced as soon as the appliance
reaches the operation temperature.
The humming noise is made by the
compressor. It can become a little stronger
when the compressor starts.
The bubbling and gurgling noises coming from
the refrigerant circulating in the pipes of the
appliance, are normal operating noises.
The symbol
on the product or on
packaging indicates that this product may
not be treated as household waste.
Instead it shall be handed over to the
applicable collection point for the recycling
of electrical and electronic equipment. By
ensuring this product is disposed of
correctly, you will help prevent potential
negative
consequences
for
the
environment and human health, which
could otherwise be otherwise be caused
by inappropriate waste handling of this
product. For more detailed information
about recycling of this product, please
contact your local city office, you
household waste disposal service or the
shop where you purchased the product.
Warning !
Never try to repair yourself the appliance
or its electric components. Any repair
made by an unauthorised person is
dangerous for the user and can result in
the warranty cancellation.
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