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Siemens iQ700 Built-in Fridge Installation instructions
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Installation instruction
Table of content
Safety and warning information .........................
4
Installation possibilities ......................................
5
Stand alone appliance ..............................................
5
Side-by-Side set up ...................................................
5
Stand alone appliance with dividing wall ..............
5
Stand alone appliance as an end section
to a row of kitchen units ...........................................
5
Installing the appliance .......................................
6
Installation location ....................................................
6
Climate classes ..........................................................
6
Stable installation ......................................................
6
Installation niche ........................................................
6
Neighbouring kitchen furniture ................................
6
Subsurface ..................................................................
7
Aligning the appliance ..............................................
7
Electrical connection ...........................................
7
Water connection .................................................
7
Dimensions of the installation niche .................
8
Tools and accessories which are needed .........
1.
Adjusting the appliance
in the niche .......................................... 15
2.
Fastening the appliance
to the niche ceiling ............................. 16
3.
Fastening the appliance to the side
wall of the installation niche .............. 17
4.
Checking that the finger guard
moves easily ........................................ 17
1.
Fastening the plinth strip ................... 18
2.
Aligning the base cover .................... 18
3.
Switching the appliance
on for the first time ............................. 19
4.
Preparing the furniture doors ........... 19
5.
Loading the appliance door ............. 19
6.
Removing positioning aids ............... 19
7.
Fastening the adjusting rib
to the furniture door ........................... 20
8.
Fastening the fixing rib
to the furniture door ........................... 20
9.
Mounting the furniture door .............. 21
10. Screw on the lower fixing angle ...... 22
1.
Fasten the finger protector ............... 23
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2.
Attaching the covers .......................... 23
Scope of delivery .......................................................
9
3.
Mounting the air separator................. 24
Additional accessories .............................................
9
4.
Tensioning the hinge springs ........... 25
Miscellaneous ............................................................
9
Tools ............................................................................
9
Installation manual .............................................. 10
Special installation steps ...................................
26
Changing over the door hinges .............. 26
Removing/changing the sealing mat ..... 28
Side-by-Side set up .................................... 29
1.
Check the installation niche ............. 10
2.
Removing the packaging .................. 10
Preparing the water connection .............. 31
3.
Transporting the appliance ............... 11
4.
Installation preparation ...................... 11
Connecting the appliance
to the water supply .................................... 32
5.
Special installation steps ................... 11
Aligning ice and water dispenser ............ 32
1.
Attaching the anti-tipping brackets
to the wall ............................................. 12
Attaching covering strips .......................... 33
2.
Attaching alternative anti-tilt
device ................................................... 13
3.
Attaching the edge protectors ......... 13
4.
Attaching the fastening
sheets (lateral)...................................... 13
5.
Sliding the appliance into the
installation niche ................................. 14
Setting the door opening angle ............... 34
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Safety and warning information
These mounting instructions are designed to help you
install your new appliance.
The manufacturer cannot be held liable for mounting
which has been improperly carried out. We recommend
that you allow a qualified specialist to set up and switch
the appliance on for the first time.
Following all information and keeping to the instructions
are preconditions for mounting and switching the
appliance on safely for the first time.
Keep the mounting instructions safe for use later on.
Before setting up and switching the appliance on for the
first time, read the mounting instructions fully and
thoroughly.
ã Warning
The appliances are very heavy and must be
secured from tipping when transporting, when
mounting and when operating. It is absolutely
necessary to fit an anti-tip device.
Keep the doors closed until the appliance has been
mounted completely and secured according to the
instructions in these mounting instructions.
Because of the weight / dimensions of the
appliance and to minimise the risk of injuries and
damage to the appliance at least two persons are
necessary to set-up the appliance securely.
Use the appliances according to the prescribed
application.
Pull out the plug or remove the fuse before
commencing work on the appliance.
Only customer service may change the power cord
and carry out any other repairs. Improper
installations and repairs may put the user at
considerable risk.
Apart from statutory national regulations, you
should stick to the connection terms relating to the
local electricity and water companies.
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ã Caution
Setting up and mounting this appliance requires
extensive expertise in various trades (mechanics,
carpentry, plumbing, electrics).
It is the duty of the person setting the appliance up
to guarantee that it is set up and commissioned
securely.
Mistakes in setting the appliance up and damage
resulting from this do not come under the warranty
of the manufacturer. Terms of guarantee are found
in the operating instructions of the appliances.
Installation possibilities
Various installation possibilities are available.
These are only limited by the kitchen design and the
finger protector function.
Stand alone appliance with dividing
wall
Stand alone appliance
Side-by-Side set up

When measuring the dividing wall for model 4, pay
attention to the thickness of the furniture front to be
mounted in order to avoid damage when opening
doors at the same time.

If the distance between the appliances is less than
160 mm, the auxiliary side heater must be used.
For further information see section “Tools and
Accessories which are needed”.

The minimum thickness of the dividing walls
is 16 mm.
Stand alone appliance as an end
section to a row of kitchen units
If a side of the appliance is visible, use a side covering.
The side covering must be connected firmly to the wall,
the floor and the upper cupboards before the appliance
is slid into the installation niche.
The dimensions of the side covering are governed by
the opposing niche wall. During installation, make sure
that the installation niche has right angles and has the
exact size necessary for the appliance.
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Installing the appliance
Installation location
Stable installation
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The appliance is very heavy and has a tendency to tilt
forwards when the appliance door is opened.
The appliance must not be switched on until there
is no possibility of the appliance tilting over.
Caution:
The appliance is very heavy. Data relating to the
weight when laden is found in the following table.
Weight (laden)
Refrigerator 60.3 cm
approx. 400 kg
Refrigerator 75.6 cm
approx. 500 kg
Freezer 45.1 cm *
approx. 250 kg
Freezer 60.3 cm *
approx. 350 kg
Freezer 75.6 cm *
approx. 425 kg
In the case of doubt, the help of architect or specialist
builder should be enlisted.
Wine storage cabinet 45.1 cm
approx. 245 kg
Installation niche
Wine storage cabinet 60.3 cm
approx. 310 kg
It is important to keep to the stated dimensions of the
installation niche with a view to trouble-free fitting, and
the subsequent appearance of the kitchen furniture
frontage.
* without water and ice dispenser
The appliance should be installed in a dry, well
ventilated space.
The location should not be exposed to the direct
sunlight and should not lie next to a source of heat such
as a cooker or a radiator etc. If installation next to a
source of heat cannot be avoided, either a suitable
insulating plate should be used or you should keep to
the following minimum distances:

3 cm to electric or gas cookers.

30 cm to an oil-fired or solid-fuel cooker.
The floor of the installation location must not give way;
if required, reinforce floor. To ensure that the ice maker
functions correctly, the appliance must be upright.
Climate classes
The climate class can be found on the rating plate.
The climate class indicates within which ambient
temperatures the appliance can be operated.
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The safest method of installing the appliance in a stable
position is to use the supplied anti-tilt brackets.
Appliance
Climate class
Permitted ambient
temperature
SN
+10 °C to 32 °C
N
+16 °C to 32 °C
ST
+16 °C to 38 °C
T
+16 °C to 43 °C
If the installation cavity is adequately stable and the
appliance can be attached securely to the upper and
side walls of the cavity, it may be possible to dispense
with the anti-tilt brackets. A prerequisite for this is
always a firm connection between the cavity and back
wall!
Special care should be taken that the niche has right
angles. The side walls should not exhibit areas that
stick out, projections or unevenness.
You should determine the right angles of the installation
niche with appropriate means, e.g. by measuring
diagonally and by using a spirit level.
The side walls and the upper end of the installation
niche must be at least 16 mm thick.
Neighbouring kitchen furniture
The new appliance is screwed down tightly using parts
of the cabinet and the upper cabinet.
Care should therefore be taken, that all upper cabinets
to which something has been fastened are securely
connected to the subsurface or wall by appropriate
means.
The minimum thickness of the base should be
a minimum of 19 mm.
Subsurface
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Warning:
Never connect the appliance to electronic energy
saver plugs. Our appliances can be used with
mains and sine-controlled inverters. Mainscontrolled inverters are used for photovoltaic
systems which are connected directly to the
power supply system. Sine-controlled inverters
must be used for isolated applications (e.g. on
ships or in mountain lodges) which are not
connected directly to the national grid.
Caution:
A fully laden appliance is heavy. data relating to
the weight when laden is found in the following
table.
Appliance
Weight (laden)
Refrigerator 60.3 cm
approx. 400 kg
Refrigerator 75.6 cm
approx. 500 kg
Freezer 45.1 cm *
approx. 250 kg
Water connection
Freezer 60.3 cm *
approx. 350 kg
Freezer 75.6 cm *
approx. 425 kg
The water may be connected only by a competent fitter
according to the local regulations of the appropriate
water supply company.
Wine storage cabinet 45.1 cm
approx. 245 kg
Wine storage cabinet 60.3 cm
approx. 310 kg
* without water and ice dispenser
The subsurface must be level and even in order to
ensure that the appliance is securely installed and
works correctly.
The subsurface must be made from a hard, non-flexible
material.
The floor of the installation space must have the same
height as the rest of the space.
On account of the weight of a fully-laden appliance, it is
necessary to have a bearing subsurface. In the case of
doubt, the help of architect or specialist builder should
be enlisted.
Aligning the appliance
To ensure that the appliance functions correctly, it must
be set level with a spirit level.
If the appliance is not level, water may flow out of the
ice maker, ice cubes may be irregular or the doors may
not close properly.
Electrical connection
The socket must be near the appliance and also freely
accessible following installation of the appliance.
The appliance complies with the protection class I.
Connect the appliance to 220–240 V/50 Hz alternating
current via a correctly installed socket with protective
conductor. The socket must be fused with a 10 to 16 A
fuse.
For appliances operated in non-European countries,
check whether the stated voltage and current type
match the values of your mains supply match the values
of the mains supply. These specifications can be found
on the rating plate.
The tap must be near the appliance and also freely
accessible following installation of the appliance.
The enclosed hose set is 2 metres long.
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Caution:
Use only the enclosed hose set or a hose set
purchased from customer service for connection to the
drinking water mains.
Do not use existing or already used hose sets.
Connect the appliance to a drinking water line only:

Minimum pressure: 0.2 Mpa (2 bar)

Maximum pressure: 0.8 Mpa (8 bar)

If the pressure is above 0.8 MPa (8 bar): install a
pressure limiter between drinking water connection
and hose set.
A separate shut-off valve should be installed in the coldwater inflow. The shut-off valve should not be located
behind the appliance. It is recommended that you
mount the shut-off valve directly next to the appliance or
at another place which is easily accessible.
When installing the water connection, pay attention to
the permissible installation area for the water mains.
For more information concerning the permissible
installation areas, see the section “Dimensions of the
Installation Niche”.
For connection to the drinking water mains use only
water pipes which are suitable for drinking water.
Observe national regulations and the connection
conditions of the local water supply companies.
Note:
The maximum outside diameter of the water mains
(without connecting pieces) is 10 mm.
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Dimensions of the installation niche
Appliance
X
451 mm
457 mm
603 mm
610 mm
756 mm
762 mm
Important:
The lateral niche walls must be
completely even and free from
bumps. If the niche is formed as a
separate part, the side walls must be
completely even up to a depth of at
least 100 mm and free from bumps.
Key:
A
Area for installation of the water connection
B
Area for installation of the electric current
C
Depth of the installation niche, depending on the kitchen design
C = 610 mm minimum!
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Tools and accessories which are needed
Scope of delivery

Installation manual

Operating instructions

Installation accessories
Additional accessories
Installation accessories for side-by-side installation
Tools
Rechargeable screwdriver
T20 Torx-bit magnetic
holder
For permanent connection of two appliances,
e.g. a freezer next to a refrigerator.
Lateral additional heating
T20 Torx screwdriver
Necessary when the distance between two appliances
is less than 160 mm.
Connecting element for furniture doors
For connecting two furniture doors (see explanation in
Section “4. Preparing the furniture doors”). It can be
used for standard height furniture doors without any
preparation work.
8 mm socket wrench
Various size drills
Miscellaneous

Step ladder

Trolley, wheelbarrow or sack barrow

Hammer drill for drilling holes into the wall and floor

Various size drills for various materials

Wood beam, (min. 8 x 10 cm) as an alternative antitip device. Length should correspond to the width
of the installation niche.

Various size wood screws

Screw (M8, at least 80 mm long), nut

Thin (1.5 mm), material suitable for protecting the
floor against damage (e.g. linoleum)

Suitable material for covering and protecting the
cabinets (e.g. protective film)

Adhesive tape
Note:
Before using, check whether the removed adhesive
tape leaves adhesive residue on the work surfaces!
Otherwise do not use on high-quality work
surfaces.
Fixed spanner SW 13 mm
Water pump pliers
Adjustable spanner
Knife with an adjustable
blade
Metal tape measure,
folding ruler
Angle of contact
60 cm and 120 cm spirit
levels
Level, min. 120 cm long
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Installation manual
The following mounting instructions describe mounting
steps for various appliance models.
Appliance
Weight (empty)
Therefore, deviations may occur from that shown in the
diagrams.
Freezer 75.6 cm *
approx. 145 kg
Reference is made to specific mounting steps for
individual appliances.
Wine storage cabinet 45.1 cm
approx. 109 kg
Wine storage cabinet 60.3 cm
approx. 131 kg
1.
Check the installation niche
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Caution:
* without water and ice dispenser
Risk of personal injury and damage to the
appliance!
Before starting the installation, check carefully
that the installation cavity meets the requirements for a secure and trouble-free installation:
Note:
Check the subsurface.
Check the appliance for damage. Do not install the
appliance if there is visible damage. If there are queries,
please contact the dealer.
Follow the notes in the section “Installing the
appliance”.
To protect the subsurface from damage whilst
installing:
2.
Check the dimensions of the niche.
1.
Place cardboard or plywood under the appliance.
3.
Re-examine whether the niche has right angles.
2.
4.
Re-examine the positioning of the plug.
Remove packaging carton. Be careful when using
the knife so as not to damage the surface of the
appliance.
3.
Remove accessories from the outside of the
appliance.
1.
Additionally follow the instructions in the sections
“Electrical connection” and “Dimensions of the
installation niche”.
5.
Keep adhesive tape which was used to attach the
supplied accessories to the appliance. It is
used subsequently for attaching the edge
protection to the cavity walls (see section
“A / 5. Sliding the appliance into the installation
niche”).
Check the positioning of the water connection
(for appliances with ice maker)
Additionally follow the instructions in the sections
“Water connection” and “Dimensions of the
installation niche”.
6.
Re-examine the stability and fastening of the
neighbouring cabinet parts. All cabinet parts in the
vicinity of the appliance have to be firmly
connected to the wall.
7.
Re-examine that when opening the appliance door,
it does not collide with neighbouring kitchen parts
(for door opening angle).
2.
Removing the packaging
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Warning:
4.
Remove transportation protection devices (a) and
lift appliance off the pallet – appliance is very
heavy!
5.
 The appliance could tip over when unpacking.
 The appliance could tip over when the
appliance door is opened.
The appliance is very heavy. Data relating to the
weight when empty is found in the following
table:
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Appliance
Weight (empty)
Carefully open the appliance – risk of tipping over
– and remove accessories and installation
materials from inside the appliance. Close the door
again.
Refrigerator 60.3 cm
approx. 131 kg
Note:
Refrigerator 75.6 cm
approx. 145 kg
Freezer 45.1 cm *
approx. 109 kg
Freezer 60.3 cm *
approx. 131 kg
Only remove the transporting securing units with
which the slide-in bases and the storage
compartments in the appliance are protected after
completing the installation as otherwise, parts
could be damaged.
3.
Transporting the appliance
4.
Installation preparation
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Warning:
Unpack installation materials and accessories.
The appliance is very heavy. Handle it carefully,
as otherwise people helping to lift it could be hurt
or the appliance could be damaged.
To simplify installation, the packages are identified with
labels A, B and C corresponding with the manual
sections.
The appliance has a height of 2,126 mm. If it is not
possible to support the appliance in a vertical position
because of the structure of the building, the appliance
can be transported on its side.
Note:
Never put the appliance up via its side! Risk of damage
to the appliance.
When putting the appliance up, pay attention to the
minimum height that is required at the assembly
location according to the following table.
Putting the appliance
up on via its back
side
Putting the appliance
up via its side wall
5.
Special installation steps
The following symbol indicates that additional steps
need to be taken before proceeding to the next chapter.
Special installation steps are described after section D.
Minimum height
218.5 cm
Never put the appliance
up via its side!
aufrichten!
Note:
Never push means of transportation under the front of
the appliance. Risk of damage to the appliance
 Exchanging the door stops see
“Special installation steps”.
 Sealing mat, see “Removing/
changing the sealing mat”.
 Side-by-Side set up see “Side-by-
Side set up”.
 Water connection see “Preparing the
water connection“ and „Connecting
the appliance to the water supply”.
 Ice water dispenser, see “Aligning
ice and water dispenser”.
 Cover strips for the wine cooler, see
“Attaching covering strips”
 Door opening angle see “Setting the
door opening angle”.
1.
Transport the appliance with an aid to transport
which is suitable (sack barrow, trolley or
wheelbarrow).
2.
When transporting, secure the appliance from
being tipped.
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1.
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Attaching the anti-tipping brackets
to the wall
1.
Warning:
2.
Determine the actual dimensions according to the
section “Dimensions of the installation niche”.
Ensure that in the wall area there are no
electrical wires or pipes which could be
damaged by pipes. Risk of injury or damage!
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Determine the fastening points of the anti-tilt ribs.
Screw on the anti-tilt brackets tightly. Re-examine to
make sure that the screws are firmly tightened.
Warning:
When installing or working with floor anchors
always use protective glasses and other
protective equipment or protective clothing –
risk of injury!
Important note:
If a side-by-side set up of two appliances is envisaged,
the anti-tilt brackets are needed as installation aid.
Connect the appliances before the anti-tilt brackets are
fixed to the wall, see “Side-by-Side set up”.
Notes:

Each appliance requires 2 anti-tilt brackets.

The set supplied, contains fastening screws for
various subsurfaces. Select the fastening screws
corresponding to the local conditions.

A total of 2 anti-tilt brackets are used for a side-byside installation.

If the anti-tilt brackets, and therefore the appliance,
cannot be securely attached with the supplied
fastening screws, another suitable method must be
used to attach the appliance securely.
The anti-tilt brackets (a) must overlap the appliance by at
least 54 mm to ensure that the appliance is stable.
If the minimum overlap cannot be observed due to
structural conditions, these can be overcome by the
attachment of a suitable device, e.g. an adequately
dimensioned beam (b) behind the brackets.
The length of the wooden beam should correspond to
the width of the installation niche!
Important information concerning attachment with
wall plugs and screws:
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
Not suitable for use in light-weight masonry such as
hollow blocks or tiles!

Never use in fresh concrete which has not yet
hardened.

Do not use spiral-flute counterbores
(countersinking tool) to drill the holes.
2.
Attaching alternative anti-tilt
device
Important note:
If the anti-tilt brackets cannot be securely attached,
a wooden beam can be used above the appliance as
an alternative anti-tilt device. Care should be taken that
there is not a gap between the appliance and the
wooden beam. As far as possible, always screw the
wooden beam to the rear wall of the niche.
1.
3.
Attaching the edge protectors
To protect the edges of the installation cavity, it is
recommended to attach edge protection made of
a suitable material.
Attach the edge protection with the adhesive tape which
was used to attach the accessories to the appliance.
Cut the wooden beam to the required length (cross
section min. 8 x 10 cm). The length should
correspond to the width of the installation niche!
Notes:
 If the installation niche is deeper than the
appliance, select a stronger beam or use two,
one behind the other.
 The beam must overlap the appliance by at
least 50 mm.
4.
Attaching the fastening sheets
(lateral)
Attach the fastening sheets (lateral) to the appliance.
2.
Mark the installation height (underside edge of the
beam) on the rear wall of the niche.
3.
Select the screws according to the thickness of the
wooden beam: Length min. 2.5 x wood thickness,
diameter 12 or 14 mm.
Note:
Select the number of screws corresponding to the
niche width so that you ensure that the beam can
be securely mounted.
According to the subsurface:
4.
Look for the supports on the rear wall of the niche
and mark the drill holes on the beam
corresponding to the position of the support.
or
Fasten suitable dowel into the rear wall.
5.
Pre-drill.
6.
Screw the beam onto the rear wall of the niche.
The following are special installation
steps. Instructions are provided after
section D.
 Exchanging the door stops see
“Special installation steps”.
 Sealing mat, see “Removing/
changing the sealing mat”.
 Side-by-Side set up see “Side-by-
Side set up”.
 Water connection see “Preparing the
water connection”.
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5.
Sliding the appliance into the installation niche
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Caution:
4.
Connect the power cord to the appliance.
Be careful when sliding the appliance into the
installation niche. Do not damage the water
connection or power cord.
5.
Protect the mains lead from getting wedged under
or behind the appliance.
Recommended procedure:
Note:
a) Tie a piece of string onto the power cord and
guide the string forwards over the appliance.
When pushing the appliance into the cavity, pull
the cable with the string forward.
If the floor or appliance is skew in relation to the
installation niche, the height-adjustable wheels should
be correspondingly adjusted before sliding the
appliance into the niche.
1.
Remove the base panelling.
2.
Unscrew the height-adjustable feet at the back of
the appliance by approx. 10 mm.
3.
Insert water connection line into the protective pipe
on the rear of the appliance.
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Warning:
The appliance may tilt when the water
connection line is inserted into the protective
pipe (a)!
or
b) Fasten the power cord onto the backside and
the top of the appliance with adhesive tape.
6.
Slide the appliance carefully into the niche.
7.
Plug the mains plug into the socket.
8.
Remove edge protection from the installation cavity
(if previously attached).
1.
Adjusting the appliance in the
niche
Note:
To ensure that the appliance functions correctly, it must
be set level with a spirit level.
A mark (a) is made on the base of the appliance which
serves as a standard measurement for setting the
height. When setting the height, raise the mark to
32 mm above the ground. This dimension is very
important for the subsequent adjustment of the cabinet
frontage.
The assembly gauge (b) is used to set
this height correctly. The upper edge of
the gauge must be in alignment with the
mark on the appliance.
Depth alignment
The positioning supports are set out for the following
overall strengths of the furniture doors to be mounted.

19 mm

38 mm
2.
Unscrew the height-adjustable feet at the front of
the appliance until the mark on the base has
reached the indicated height (32 mm).
3.
Align the appliance vertically using the feet at the
back. Use spirit level.
Re-examine the actual thickness of the doors to be
mounted in order where necessary, to be able to
compensate possible digressions.
1.
Adjust the appliance to the existing furniture.
Keep the straight edge on the door, above the
positioning supports.
Height alignent
Notes:

Do not tip the appliance in the niche! When
screwing down the height adjustable feet, proceed
step by step. Lower by alternating left to right.

The rear feet can be set easier when the appliance
is not loaded on the rear.

When using a wooden beam as an alternative antitilt mechanism, turn the appliance as far as it will go
against the wooden beam. Do not bend against the
wooden beam.
The height-adjustable feet on the front and rear can all
be adjusted from the front.
Front:
with a fixed spanner SW 13 mm
Rear:
with a 8 mm socket spanner with flexible
shaft. Use cordless screwdriver.
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2.
Fastening the appliance to the
niche ceiling
6.
Attach the covering ribs (b) onto the fastening
sheets (above),
Note:
It is essential to attach the appliance to the ceiling of the
cavity.
1.
Screw on the front bars of the fastening sheets
(above) with the upper cabinets.
2.
If there is a large gap available above the
appliance, integrate a wooden beam above the
appliance and pay attention that the gap is
completely filled.
Note:
3.
f there is enough room above the appliance, fix the
lateral bars of the fastening sheets (above) to the
side of the niche.
4.
Cut the connection ribs (a) to the desired height!
5.
Press connection ribs (a) into the covering ribs (b).
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If the installation is side-by-side, connect the cover rails
of both appliances using the bolt from the installation
accessories for side-by-side installation.
3.
Fastening the appliance to the side
wall of the installation niche
Screw on the bars of the fastening sheets (lateral)
with the cabinet parts located next to them.
Note:
In the case of a Side-by-Side installation this installation
step is not possible. These parts have been removed.
4.
Checking that the finger guard
moves easily
2.
Push the cut-off remnant on the hinge side into the
gap between the appliance and cavity wall.
The part must be easy to push in and pull out!
3.
Ensure smooth running at all positions of the door.
The following is a special installation
step. Instructions are provided after
section D.
 Water connection see “Connecting
the appliance to the water supply”.
It is now essential to check that the finger guard moves
easily. At a later time any required corrections will be
more difficult.
Notes:

The supplied finger protector can be used for both
sides of the hinges.

Because of different installation possibilities, the
finger protector has to be shortened to the required
length.
1.
Shorten the finger protector at the upper side
above the covering strip by 55 mm.
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1.
Fastening the plinth strip
Note:
Never cover the ventilation openings in the base
panelling. Risk of damage to the appliance.
2.
1.
Place base cover on the appliance (do not screw
on).
2.
Measure the difference in depth A between the
base panelling and the base strip of the adjacent
lower cabinets.
3.
Remove the base panelling again.
4.
Adjust the brackets (a) to the dimensions A and
tighten.
5.
Fasten the base panelling.
Nominal dimensions to be observed:
1.
Where necessary, cut the base strip to the required
length.
2.
Place base cover on the appliance (do not screw
on).
3.
Take the protective film off from the adhesive pads
on the Velcro strip.
4.
Put the base strip onto the base panelling and push
firmly.
5.
Base strip can be screwed to the base cover from
behind. There are holes in the base cover for this
purpose.
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Aligning the base cover
3.
Switching the appliance on for the
first time
The appliance should now be switched on for the first
time in order to ensure the accuracy of the following
mounting steps and with it, the appearance of the entire
kitchen frontage.
1.
Open the appliance door.
2.
Actuate the appliance’s On/Off button.
5.
Loading the appliance door
When attaching the furniture doors it is recommended
to load the storage sections in the door with weights in
order to ensure that the when adjusting gap dimensions
turn out to be as precise as possible.
Loading recommendations:
Appliance width
Loading of the appliance door
Only for appliances with a water connection:
45.1 cm
10 kg
In the case of possible damage of the water mains,
keep the shut-off tap closed in order to avoid the risk of
damage from water coming out.
60.3 cm
15 kg
75.6 cm
20 kg
4.
Preparing the furniture doors
Important note:
When working on the furniture doors, care should be
taken to the following:

Always carry out screwing jobs on the most stable
part of the furniture door. Never screw into fillings
or similar areas.

Always selects screws with a length smaller than
the thickness of the cabinet front.

Protect the surfaces of the furniture doors during
installation against damage.
The overall weight of the furniture door including the
handle should not exceed the following values:
Appliance width
*
Overall width of the furniture door
6.
Removing positioning aids
Unscrew the positioning aids from the appliance door.
45.1 cm
20 kg (8.5 kg *)
Note:
60.3 cm
25 kg (14.5 kg *)
The positioning aids will still be needed in the course of
mounting.
75.6 cm
29 kg
Wine storage compartment
Important information for furniture doors with cutout
(appliances with ice and water dispenser, wine
storage cabinets):
The cut edges of the door cutout must be protected
before humidity penetrates. To do this, use the means
suitable for the material and the shape of the furniture
door (e.g. edge veneer, edge sealant).
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7.
1.
Fastening the adjusting rail to the
furniture door

Measure distance A between the adjusting rail and
the furniture parts above.
One screw should be screwed in under the
threaded rod in each case.

The adjusting rail has a various holes for different
furniture door design variations. Always carry out
screwing jobs on the most stable part of the
furniture door.
Notes:
8.
2.
Loosen the two nuts (a) and remove the adjusting
rail (b).
3.
Mark this value A on the rear side of the furniture
door.
4.
Determine the middle of the door and label it.
5.
Rest the adjusting rail on the furniture door and
align to the markings. Mark the drill holes.
6.
Pre-drill the holes.
7.
Tightly screw the adjusting rail.
Fastening the fixing rib to the
furniture door
1.
Hang the furniture door on the threaded rod (a).
2.
Adjust the furniture door using the threaded rod
(Torx screwdriver)
Re-examine the dimensions of the gap
continuously. To do this, use the assembly
gauge (b).
3.
Transfer the position of the fastening screws on the
outer edge of the appliance door to the furniture
door and mark.
4.
Remove furniture door.
The minimum number of screws required for this
depends on the width of the furniture door.
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5.
On both lengths of the furniture door, draw
a parallel with the help of the positioning aid.
9.
Mounting the furniture door
Note:
Now attach the door handles which should have been
screwed from behind!
6.
Lengthen the markings to the parallels using an
angle of contact.
7.
Apply the fixing ribs (b) and mark out the holes.
8.
Pre-drill the holes.
9.
Screw on the fixing ribs (b).
1.
Remove fixing bracket (a) from the appliance door.
To do this, loosen the fastening screws (b) only.
2.
Insert the removed fixing brackets (a) into the fixing
ribs (b) on the furniture door.
3.
Open the appliance door.
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4.
Hang furniture door with the adjusting rail onto the
threaded rods.
5.
Lower furniture door and push the fixing brackets
down over the fastening screws on the appliance
door.
10. Screw nuts onto the threaded rods of the adjusting
rail and tighten! This way, the lateral adjustment of
the door is fixed.
10. Screw on the lower fixing angle
The lateral adjustment of the door is fixed through the
lower fastening angles.
The number of the lower fastening angles depends on
the width and the design of the furniture door.
Screw on lower bracket. Pre-drill holes into the furniture
door!
1.
Loosen screw.
6.
Adjust the furniture door using the threaded rod
(Torx screwdriver) Re-examine the dimensions of
the gap continuously.
2.
Push bracket over the screw.
3.
Check the lateral position of the door.
7.
Close the door and re-examine to make sure that
the depth of the cabinet frontage corresponds with
the adjacent lying fronts. Correct if necessary.
4.
Screw in the wood screws.
5.
Tighten the screws.
8.
Tighten the fixing anglescrews in order to fix the
depth adjustment.
9.
Close the door and check the lateral adjustment.
Correct the adjustment by lightly banging on the
edge of the open door by hand.
6.
Insert the coverings via the fixing angle.
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1.
1.
Fasten the finger protector
4.
Attach the finger protector with the screws on the
fixing brackets.
5.
Test functioning and smooth running of the finger
protector by repeatedly opening and closing the
door.
When positioning the finger protector at the door,
ensure that the fixing holes in the cover strip
correspond with the boreholes in the fixing
brackets.
Mark now the bottom edge of the finger protector
and shorten accordingly.
2.
2.
Push the finger protector into the gap between the
appliance and the niche wall (1.).
3.
Press the cover strip of the finger protector from
top to bottom between the front of the furniture and
the door of the appliance (2.). Ensure that the fixing
holes in the cover strip correspond with the holes
in the fixing brackets (3.)!
Attaching the covers
1.
Attach the cover rail.
2.
Attach the light switch cover.
The light switch cover can be screwed to the door.
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Only in the case of individual appliances:
1.
Screw on the angle (a) for fastening the cover ribs.
2.
Attach the cover ribs (c) to the fastening sheets (b)
and the angles (a).
3.
Mounting the air separator
Using the air separator, air which is supplied and drawn
from the appliance is fed separately, in order to avoid
reduced operating capacity.
Only in the case of freezers with ice and water
dispenser:
Only in the case of a side-by-side set up:
Insert the cover rib in the gap between the appliances.
The cover rail is included in the installation accessories
for side-by-side installation.
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4.
Tensioning the hinge springs
Turn the setting screw with a cross head screwdriver.
I = Spring tensioned
0 = Spring released
The following are special installation
steps. Instructions are provided after
section D.
 Ice water dispenser, see “Aligning
ice and water dispenser”.
 Cover strips for the wine cooler, see
“Attaching covering strips”.
 Door opening angle see “Setting the
door opening angle”.
Installation of the appliance is now complete.
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Special installation steps
Changing over the door hinges
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3.
Unscrew the door.
4.
Remove the hinges.
5.
Remove ventilation grille.
Warning:
Before carrying out any work to the door hinges,
release the spring pressure – risk of injury!
Notes:

The door stop cannot be exchanged in the case of
freezers with ice and water dispensers.

It is easier to change over the door hinges if the
appliance is placed on its back (place transport
pallet underneath).
1.
2.
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Release the spring pressure on the hinge.
In addition,set the screw from I to 0.
Remove the hinge covering.
6.
Re-attach ventilation grille for the changed door
hinges.
7.
Swap the hinge angle to the other side.
8.
Attach ventilation grille.
9.
Swap the fixing parts on the door to the other side.
A replacement part for the ventilation grille is enclosed
with the appliance for adjustment to the changed door
hinges.
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10. Attach the hinges to the appliance. Exchange the
hinges crosswise!
Removing/changing the sealing mat
Freezers are fitted with a sealing mat at the factory for
side-by-side installation.
If a single appliance is installed, the sealing mat is not
required and can be removed.
11. Screw the door to the hinges.
The sealing mat is essential for side-by-side installation.
If the door hinges were fitted to the other side of the
door, the sealing mat must also be moved to the
opposite side of the appliance.
12. Tighten the screw. In addition, set the screw from I
to 0.
13. Attach the hinge covers.
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Side-by-Side set up
3.
Unscrewing the base panelling.
If a side-by-side set up of two appliances is envisaged,
connect the two appliances to one another now.
1.
Unpack the installation accessories for side-by-side
installation and check that none of the accessories
is missing.
Keep ready the anti-tilt brackets as an installation
aid.
Notes:
2.

Freezers are fitted with a sealing mat at the factory
for side-by-side installation.
In this case continue with Step 6.

Always attach sealing mat to the appliance situated
on the left.
4.
Place sealing mat on the appliance and secure with
the attachment pins.
Place appliances side-by-side in the planned
installation configuration.
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5.
6.
Screw the connection clamps from the installation
accessories for side-by-side installation to the side
of both appliances. Note the position of the clamps!
7.
Push the appliances together until the angle
brackets interlock.
8.
Insert pins through the angle brackets.
9.
Push front of appliances completely together.
Screw the angle brackets from the installation
accessories for side-by-side installation to the
handle side of both appliances.
10. Unscrew screws from the top of the appliance and
in their place screw on the anti-tilt brackets as
installation aid.
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11. Press appliances completely together by gripping
the installation aids with water pump pliers.
Preparing the water connection
12. When the appliances have been pushed
completely together, push the bar from above
through the connection clamps.
(only for appliances which require a water connection)
Note:
Turn off the main water tap in order to avoid damage
from escaping water.
1.
Connect connection line to the shut-off valve.
2.
Lay the connection pipe. Always keep to the given
installed area in order to avoid damaging the
connection pipe when sliding the appliance in later.
13. Press appliances completely together by gripping
the appliance base with water pump pliers.
14. When the appliances have been pushed
completely together, push the bar from the front
through the connection clamps. Use a suitable tool
to insert the bar all the way.
15. Remove installation aids.
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Connecting the appliance to the water
supply
Note:
Do not kink the connection pipe when bending it,
otherwise there is a risk of leaks and water damage.
1.
Remove the plugs from the appliance connection.
2.
Lay the water hose such that it ends at the
appliance connection.
3.
Slide the union nut and the sealing element onto
the water hose.
4.
Attach the water hose to the appliance connection
and screw on the union nut.
5.
Screw the union nut tightly using the fixed spanner.
Do not over tighten!
6.
Push water hose back as far as possible into the
protective pipe.
Aligning ice and water dispenser
(only in the case of freezers with ice and water
dispenser)
Note:
Avoid misaligning the door while aligning the ice and
water dispenser!
The ice and water dispenser can be adjusted within the
section of the furniture door. In this way, it is possible to
undertake parallel adjustment to the furniture door in
order to achieve an optimal overall impression.
The gap must be exactly the same all the way round (a)
and
the front surface of the ice and water dispenser must be
aligned exactly parallel with the door front (b).
Aligning ice and water dispenser:
7.
Turn the shut-off valve and the main water tap.
8.
Re-examine the point of connection at the shut-off
valve and the appliance connection for leaks.
9.
Close the shut-off valve.
1.
Loosen the nuts on the 4 setting screws with
a wrench.
2.
Use a Torx screwdriver to align the depth of the ice
and water dispenser on the setting screws.
Use a ruler as positioning aid.
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3.
4.
5.
By moving by hand align the ice and water
dispenser exactly lateral and in the higth to ensure
that the gap is exactly the same all the way around.
Attaching covering strips
(only for the wine storage cabinet)
1.
In certain circumstances, if the frame width is
narrow, the side of the covering strip has to be
shortened. To determine the required length of the
side, lay trial pieces next to the covering strip.
2.
Slide the covering strips on the longitudinal side
into the gap between the furniture door (a) and the
glass pane (b).
Retighten the nuts on the setting screws to fix the
adjustment.
Slide in the covering frame provisionally to check
the adjustment.
The lateral spacing around the ice and water
dispenser must be exactly the same.
Correct if necessary.
6.
Slide in the covering frame and push firmly.
7.
Insert the covers.
8.
Insert the water capture bowl.
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3.
Cut the covering strips of the shortest sides to the
required length.
Setting the door opening angle
According to the set up conditions, it may be necessary
to limit the door opening angle. A door opening angle
of 115° is set at the factory.
To set the door opening angle to 90°:
4.
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Push cover strips into the gap between the furniture
door (a) and glass pane (b).
1.
Open the door to 90°.
2.
Drive in the stop pin with a hammer.
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