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Whirlpool UH8 F2D XI Instruction for Use
Instructions for use
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Instructions for use
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INDEX
Chapter 1: INSTALLATION...................................................................................................4
1.1. INSTALLING SINGLE APPLIANCE.................................................................................................................4
1.2. INSTALLING TWO APPLIANCES....................................................................................................................4
1.3. ADJUST DOORS (IF AVAILABLE)...................................................................................................................4
Chapter 2: FUNCTIONS.......................................................................................................5
2.1. SMART DISPLAY*.............................................................................................................................................5
2.2. ON/STAND BY ..................................................................................................................................................5
2.3. BLACK OUT ALARM .......................................................................................................................................5
2.4. TEMPERATURE ALARM..................................................................................................................................5
2.5. DOOR OPEN ALARM.......................................................................................................................................5
2.6. PARTY MODE* .................................................................................................................................................6
2.7. SHOCK FREEZE* ............................................................................................................................................6
2.8. FAST FREEZE* ................................................................................................................................................6
2.9. ECO NIGHT FUNCTION (NIGHT TIME RATE) *..............................................................................................7
2.10. FREEZE CONTROL*......................................................................................................................................7
2.11. AUTOMATIC NO FROST................................................................................................................................7
2.12. ICE MATE*......................................................................................................................................................8
2.13. LED LIGHT SYSTEM*.....................................................................................................................................8
Chapter 3: USE.....................................................................................................................8
3.1. HOW TO INCREASE FREEZER STORAGE CAPACITY..................................................................................8
3.2. NOTES..............................................................................................................................................................8
Chapter 4: FOOD-STORAGE TIPS......................................................................................9
4.1. STORAGE TIME OF FROZEN FOODS.............................................................................................................9
4.2. TIPS FOR FREEZING AND STORING FRESH FOOD.................................................................................. 10
4.3. USING ICE PACKS*....................................................................................................................................... 10
4.4. FROZEN FOOD: SHOPPING TIPS................................................................................................................ 10
Chapter 5: FUNCTIONAL SOUNDS..................................................................................11
Chapter 6: RECOMMENDATION IN CASE OF NO USE OF THE APPLIANCE................12
6.1. ABSENCE / VACATION................................................................................................................................. 12
6.2. MOVING......................................................................................................................................................... 12
6.3. POWER FAILURE.......................................................................................................................................... 12
Chapter 7: MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING...................................................................12
Chapter 8: TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE.........................................................................13
8.1. BEFORE CONTACTING AFTER-SALES SERVICE….................................................................................. 13
8.2. FAILURES...................................................................................................................................................... 14
Chapter 9: AFTER-SALES SERVICE.................................................................................14
Others:
REVERSE DOOR SWING (VERSION_1)............................................................................................................. 15
REVERSE DOOR SWING (VERSION_2)............................................................................................................. 17
REMOVING/INSERT THE FREEZER INTERIOR................................................................................................. 19
NOTE:
The instructions apply to several models, so there may be differences. Sections which only apply to
certain appliances are indicated with an asterisk (*).
Functions which are dedicated specially for your already bought model of product you will find in
QUICK START GUIDE.
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1. INSTALLATION
50mm
1.1. INSTALLING SINGLE APPLIANCE
To guarantee adequate ventilation, leave a space on
both sides and above the appliance.
50mm
The distance between the rear of the appliance and the
wall behind the appliance should be at least 50mm.
A reduction of this space will increase the Energy
consumption of product.
1.2. INSTALLING TWO APPLIANCES
During installing the freezer 1 and the fridge 2
together ensure that the freezer is located on the left
and the fridge on the right (as shown on the drawing).
Left side of refrigerator is equipped with special device
in order to avoid condensation problems between
appliances.
We recommended installing two appliances together
using the linking-kit 3 (as shown on the drawing). You
can buy it in Service.
1.3. ADJUST DOORS (IF AVAILABLE)
To level the doors using the adjustable lower hinge
(select models).
If the refrigerator door is lower than the freezer door,
raise the refrigerator door by turning the adjustment
screw counterclockwise using a M10 wrench.
m
5 max
m
If the freezer door is lower than the refrigerator door,
raise the freezer door by turning the adjustment screw
counterclockwise using a M10 wrench.
*Available on selected models only. Please check on the QUICK START GUIDE if this function is actually available on your model.
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2. FUNCTIONS
2.1. SMART DISPLAY*
2.3. BLACK OUT ALARM
This function can be used to save energy. Please follow
the instructions contained in the Quick Start Guide to
activate/deactivate the function. Two seconds after
activation of the Smart Display, the display goes off.
To adjust the temperature or use other functions, it
is necessary to activate the display by pressing any
button. After about 15 seconds without performing any
action, the display goes off again. When function is
deactivated the normal display is restored. The Smart
Display is automatically disabled after a power failure.
Remember that this function does not disconnect the
appliance from the power supply, but only reduce the
energy consumed by external display.
After a power blackout, your product is designed to
automatically monitor the temperature in the freezer
when electricity is resupplied. If the temperature in
the freezer rises above freezing level, the Black Out
indicator
turns on, the Alarm indicator
blinks
and the acoustical alarm sounds when electricity is
resupplied.
just
To reset the alarm press the Stop Alarm button
once.
In case of Black Out Alarm, the following actions are
recommended:
• If the food in the freezer is unfrozen but still cold, all
the food in the freezer should be eaten within the
next 24 hours.
• If the food in the freezer is frozen, this indicates the
food was thawed and then refrozen when electricity
was re-supplied which degrades taste, quality
and nutritional value and also could be unsafe. It
is recommended to not consume the food but to
dispose of the entire content of the freezer. The
Black Out Alarm is designed to provide guidance on
food quality in the freezer in the event of electricity
black out. This system does not guarantee food
quality or safety and consumers are advised to use
their own judgment in evaluating food quality in
freezer compartment.
Note: The declared appliance energy consumption
refers to operation with the Smart Display function
activated. This function is available only on the model
with User Interface on the door.
2.2. ON/STAND BY
This function turns On/Stand-by the freezer
compartments. To put the product in Stand-by, press &
hold the On/Stand-by button
for 3 seconds. When
the appliance is in Stand-by, the light inside the freezer
compartment does not work. Remember that this
operation does not disconnect the appliance from the
power supply. To switch the appliance On again, simply
press the On/Stand-By button
2.4. TEMPERATURE ALARM
.
The acoustic alarm sounds and temperature indicator
(°C) blinks. The alarm is activated when:
• The appliance is connected to the power supply
after prolonged disuse
• The freezer compartment temperature is too high
•The quantity of fresh foods loaded into the freezer
exceeds that indicated on the rating plate
• The freezer door has been left open for a long time.
To mute the alarm buzzer press Stop Alarm button
just once. The Alarm indicator
is automatically
turned-off as soon as the freezer compartment reaches
a temperature below -10°C and the temperature set
indicator (°C) stop blinking and shows the chosen
setting.
2.5. DOOR OPEN ALARM
The Alarm icon
lights up blinking and the acoustic
alarm sounds. The alarm is activated when the door
is left open for more than 2 minutes. To disengage the
door alarm close the door, or press once Stop Alarm
to mute the acoustic alarm.
button
*Available on selected models only. Please check on the QUICK START GUIDE if this function is actually available on your model.
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Attention:
• Incompatibility with the “Fast Freeze” function
To guarantee optimal performance, the “Shock Freeze”
and “Fast Freeze” functions cannot be used at the
same time. Therefore, if the “Fast Freeze” function has
been already engaged, it has to be disengaged first to
activate the “Shock Freeze” function (and vice-versa).
2.6. PARTY MODE*
Use this function to chill drinks inside the freezer
compartment. 30 minutes after selection (the
time required to chill a 0.75 l bottle without the
glass breaking), the symbol flashes, an acoustic
alarm sounds: remove the bottle from the freezer
compartment and press the Stop Alarm button to
disable the alarm.
•If the fans in the Shock Freeze compartment do
not start working
After the “Shock Freeze” function has been activated, it
lights up as expected,
may happen that the indicator
but the fans do not start working. This is normal and
means that freezer defrosting is in progress. At the end
of the defrosting phase (maximum duration: 1.5 hours),
the fans will automatically start working and the “Shock
Freeze” process will begin as normal.
Important: do not leave the bottle inside the freezer
compartment longer than the time necessary for
chilling.
2.7. SHOCK FREEZE*
The “Shock Freeze” compartment is specifically
designed to freeze up to 2 kg of fresh food extremely
quickly. The ultra-fast “Shock Freeze” function
minimizes the formation of ice crystals inside the food
as it freezes, thus ensuring it is of the best possible
quality when defrosted prior to consumption. When the
“Shock Freeze” function is not active, the compartment
can be used as normal for traditional freezing or for the
storage of already frozen foods.
• If the indicator
does not light up
If, after the button
is pressed, the icon
lights
button has been pressed for
up: in this case the
too long. To activate the “Shock Freeze” function, first
deactivate the Fast Freeze function (holding the
button,
button for 3 seconds, then briefly touch the
without keeping it pressed for more than 1 second.
Note: When the Shock Freeze function is active you
may hear a humming sound. This is absolutely normal
and is caused by airflow that permits optimum cold
distribution inside compartment.
2.8. FAST FREEZE*
The amount of fresh food (in kg) that can be
frozen in 24 hours is indicated on the appliance
rating plate.
This function can be used for optimum appliance
performance, 24 hours before placing fresh food in the
freezer Please follow the instructions contained in the
Quick Start Guide to activate/deactivate the function.
After placing fresh food in the freezer, 24 hours on Fast
Freeze function is generally sufficient; After 50 hours
the Fast Freeze function automatically deactivates.
Activating and deactivating the “Shock Freeze”
function:
1. Make sure at least 12 hours have passed since
the last time the “Shock Freeze” function was
activated (if at all). Do not activate the function more
frequently than once every 12 hours.
2. Make sure that the “Fast Freeze” function is not
active: “Shock Freeze” and “Fast Freeze” functions
cannot be active together at the same time.
3. Empty the “Shock Freeze” compartment.
4. Activate the “Shock Freeze” function by briefly
on the control panel: the
touching the button
icon lights up and the fans on the bottom of the
compartment come on, increasing the flow of cold
air and accelerating the freezing process as a result.
5. Place the food to be frozen inside the compartment,
a few centimeters (min. 2 cm) away from the fans on
the back of the compartment, so that cold air can
circulate.
6. To achieve maximum freezing speed, we
recommend not to deactivate the “Shock Freeze”
function until its automatic deactivation, keeping
closed the door
7. The “Shock Freeze” function is automatically
deactivated 4-5 hours after its activation: the
switches off and the fans are
indicator
deactivated. The “Shock Freeze” function may
nevertheless be switched off at any time as desired,
by briefly pressing the button
on the control
switches off and the fans are
panel: the indicator
deactivated.
Attention:
In order to save energy, when freezing small amounts
of food, the fast freeze function can be deactivated
after a few hours.
•
Incompatibility with the “Shock Freeze”
function
To guarantee optimal performance, the “Shock Freeze”
and “Fast Freeze” functions cannot be used at the
same time. Therefore, if the “Fast Freeze” function has
been already engaged, it has to be disengaged first to
activate the “Shock Freeze” function (and vice-versa).
*Available on selected models only. Please check on the QUICK START GUIDE if this function is actually available on your model.
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To activate the Freeze Control choose the function from
the menu, set to >ON< and press OK button to confirm
the selection. To deactivate this function repeat the
same procedure setting to >OFF<.
The function works properly in a defined range of
temperature: between -22°C and -24°C.
2.9. ECO NIGHT FUNCTION
(NIGHT TIME RATE) *
The Eco Night function enables appliance energy
consumption to be concentrated in the reduced rate
hours (generally at night), when electricity is readily
available and costs less than during the daytime (only
in countries that utilise a time based multi-rate system check energy rates with the local electricity company).
To activate the function, press the button
at the
reduced rate start time (depending on the specific
rates plan). For example, if the reduced rate starts at
8 p.m., press the button
at that time. When the Eco
Night indicator
is ON, the function is ON. Once
the function is activated, the appliance automatically
adapts energy consumption according to the time
selected, i.e. consuming less energy during the day
than at night.
When the function is engaged and the current
temperature in the freezer is set to the warmer set point
than -22°C, the temperature is automatically set to -22°C
to match the working range.
If the function is engaged and the user modify the
freezer temperature out of the working range, the
function is automatically switched off.
In case of Fast freezing is engaged, the function “Freeze
control” is inhibited until the Fast Freezing function
switched off.
IMPORTANT: To operate properly, the function must
be on during the night and day. The function remains
on until deactivated (or it is deactivated in case of a
power failure or appliance switch-off). To deactivate
the function, press the button
again. When the
Eco Night indicator
is OFF, the function is OFF.
2.11. AUTOMATIC NO FROST
This product is designed to defrost automatically
according to conditions of use and ambient humidity
No Frost freezers provide chilled air circulation around
the storage areas and prevent the formation of ice,
thereby completely eliminating the need for defrosting.
Frozen items don’t stick to the walls, labeling stays legible
and storage space remains neat and clear.
Note: The declared appliance energy consumption
refers to operation with the Eco Night function
deactivated.
2.10. FREEZE CONTROL*
Freeze Control is an advanced technology that
reduces temperature fluctuations in the whole freezer
compartment to minimum, thanks to an innovative air
system, totally independent from the fridge. Freeze burns
are significantly reduced and food preserves its original
quality and color.
*Available on selected models only. Please check on the QUICK START GUIDE if this function is actually available on your model.
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2.12. ICE MATE*
HOW TO TAKE ICE CUBES
Make sure that the storage bin is in place under the ice
tray. If not, slide into place.
Twist one of levers firmly in the clockwise direction
until the tray twists slightly. The ice cubes fall into the
HOW TO MAKE ICE CUBES
You can remove the ice cube tray by pulling it towards
you.
storage bin.
WARNING: fill with potable water only (maximum level
= 2/3 of the overall capacity).
Repeat Step 2 for the other half of the tray, if necessary.
To get ice, slightly lift up the storage bin and pull it
towards you.
NOTE: if you prefer, you can remove the entire
Ice Mate from the appliance, to take the ice cubes
wherever is convenient for you (for example: directly on
the table).
or
Place again the Ice Mate in freezer compartment, or
reinsert the ice cube tray within the Ice Mate. Take care
not to spill water.
or
2.13. LED LIGHT SYSTEM*
The light system inside the freezer compartment uses
LEDs light, allowing a better lightning as well as very
low energy consumption. If the LED light system does
not work, please contact the Service to replace it.
Wait until the ice cubes are formed (it is recommended
to wait for about 4 hours).
NOTE: Ice Mate is removable. It can be placed
in horizontal position anywhere in the freezer
compartment or taken out of the appliance when icemaking is not required.
3. USE
3.2. NOTES
3.1. HOW TO INCREASE FREEZER STORAGE
CAPACITY
•
You can increase storage capacity in the freezer
compartment by:
• removing the baskets / flaps* to allow the storage of
big products.
• placing the food products directly on the freezer
shelves.
• removing the Ice Mate* .
• removing bottle rack*.
•
•
•
•
Do not block the air outlet area (on the back wall
inside the product) with food products.
If the freezer is provided with a flap, it is possible to
maximize the storage volume by removing the flap.
All shelves, flaps and pull-out baskets are
removable.
The internal temperatures of the appliance may be
affected by the ambient temperature, frequency of
door opening, as well as location of the appliance.
Temperature setting should take into consideration
these factors.
Unless otherwise specified the appliance
accessories are not dishwasher safe.
*Available on selected models only. Please check on the QUICK START GUIDE if this function is actually available on your model.
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4. FOOD-STORAGE TIPS
The freezer is the ideal storage location for store frozen
food, make ice cubes and freeze fresh food in the
freezer compartment.
The maximum number of kilograms of fresh food that
can be frozen within a 24-hour period is indicated on
the rating plate (…kg/24h).
If you have a little quantity of food to store in the
freezer, we recommend to use the coldest areas of
your freezer compartment, corresponding to the upper
or the middle area, depending on your model (see
the product sheet to know which is the area where is
suggested to freeze fresh food).
4.1. STORAGE TIME OF FROZEN FOODS
The table shows the recommended storage time for
frozen fresh foods.
FOODS
Meat
Beef
Pork, veal
Lamb
Rabbit
Mince / offal
Sausages
STORAGE
TIME
(months)
8 – 12
6–9
6–8
4–6
2–3
1–2
Poultry
Chicken
Turkey
Giblets
5–7
6
2–3
Crustaceans
Molluscs creab, lobster
Creab, lobster
1–2
1–2
Shellfish
Oyster, shucked
1–2
Fish
“fatty” ( salmon, herring, mackerel)
“lean” (cod, sole)
2–3
3–4
Stews
Meat, poultry
2–3
Dairy products
Butter
Cheese
Double cream
Ice-cream
Eggs
6
3
1–2
2–3
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Soups and sauces
Soup
Meat sauce
Pate
Ratatouille
2–3
2–3
1
8
Pastry and bread
Bread
Cakes (plain)
Gateaux (cakes)
Crepes
Uncooked pastry
Quiche
Pizza
1–2
4
2–3
1–2
2–3
1–2
1–2
*Available on selected models only. Please check on the QUICK START GUIDE if this function is actually available on your model.
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FOODS
4.2. TIPS FOR FREEZING AND STORING FRESH
FOOD
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Fruits
Apples
Apricots
Blackberries
Blackcurrants / Redcurrants
Cherries
Peaches
Pears
Plum
Raspberries
Strawberries
Rhubarb
Fruit juices (orange, lemon,
grapefruit)
Vegetables
Asparagus
Basil
Beans
Artichokes
Broccoli
Brussels sprout
Cauliflower
Carrots
Celery
Mushrooms (champignons)
Parsley
Peppers
Peas
Runner-beans
Spinach
Tomatoes
Zucchini
STORAGE
TIME
(months)
•
12
8
8 – 12
8 – 12
10
10
8 – 12
10
8 – 12
10
10
•
•
Before freezing, wrap and seal fresh food in:
aluminium foil, cling film, air and water-tight plastic
bags, polythene containers with lids or freezer
containers suitable for freezing fresh food.
Food must be fresh, mature and of prime quality in
order to obtain high quality frozen food.
Fresh vegetables and fruit should preferably be
frozen as soon as they are picked to maintain the
full original nutritional value, consistency, colour and
flavor.
Some meat, especially game, should be hung before it
is frozen.
Note:
• Always leave hot food to cool before placing in the
freezer.
• Eat fully or partially defrosted foods immediately.
Do not refreeze unless the food is cooked after it
has thawed. Once cooked, the thawed food can be
refrozen.
• Do not freeze bottles with liquid.
4–6
8 – 10
6–8
12
8 – 10
8 – 10
8 – 10
8 – 10
10 – 12
6–8
8
6–8
10 – 12
12
12
12
8 – 10
8 – 10
4.3. USING ICE PACKS*
Ice packs helps in keeping frozen the foodstuffs in case
of power failure. For the best usage of them, place
them above food stored in the top of compartment.
4.4. FROZEN FOOD: SHOPPING TIPS
When purchasing frozen food products:
• Ensure that the packaging is not damaged (frozen
food in damaged packaging may have deteriorated).
If the package is swollen or has damp patches, it
may not have been stored under optimal conditions
and defrosting may have already begun.
• When shopping, buy frozen foods at the end of your
trip and transport them in a thermally insulated cool
bag.
• Once at home, place the frozen foods immediately
in the freezer.
• If food has defrosted even partially, do not re-freeze
it. Consume within 24 hours.
• Avoid or reduce temperature variations to the
minimum. Respect the best-before date on the
package.
• Always observe the storage information on the
package.
We recommend to label and date all your frozen food.
Adding a label will help you to identify foods and to
know when they should be used before their quality
deteriorates.Do not re-freeze defrosted food.
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5. FUNCTIONAL SOUNDS
Sounds coming from your appliances are normal
since it has a number of fans and engines to
regulate performances that switch on and off
automatically.
Some of the functional sounds can be reduced
through
• Leveling the appliance and installing it on an even
surface.
• Separating and avoiding contact between the
appliance and furniture.
• Checking if the internal components are correctly
placed.
• Checking if bottles and containers are not in contact
with each other.
Some of the functional sounds you might hear:
A hissing sound when switching
on the appliance for the first time
or after a long pause.
A gurgling sound when refrigerant
fluid enters into the pipes.
BRRR sound is from the
compressor running.
Buzzing sound when water valve
or fan start working.
A cracking sound when compressor
starts or when ready ice drops
into ice box abrupt clicks when
compressor switches on and off.
The CLICK is from the thermostat
which adjusts how often the
compressor is running.
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6. RECOMMENDATION IN CASE OF NO USE OF THE
APPLIANCE
In case longer absence its recommended to use up
food and to disconnect the appliance to save energy.
If ice crystals are still visible on the food, it may be
frozen again, although flavour and aroma may be
affected.
6.2. MOVING
If food is found to be in a poor condition, it is best to
throw it away.
6.1. ABSENCE / VACATION
1. Take out all internal parts.
2. Wrap them well, and fix them together with
adhesive tape so that they do not bang together or
get lost.
3. Screw the adjustable feet so that they do not touch
the support surface.
4. Close and fix door with adhesive tape and, again
using adhesive tape, fix the power cable to the
appliance.
For power failures lasting up to 24 hours.
1. Keep the door of the appliance closed. This will
allow the stored food to stay cold as long as
possible.
For power failures lasting more than 24 hours.
1. Empty the freezer compartment and arrange the
food in a portable freezer. If this type of freezer is
not available and, likewise, no artificial ice packs
are available, try to use up the food, which is more
easily perishable.
2. Empty the ice tray.
6.3. POWER FAILURE
In the event of a power failure, call the local office of
your electricity supply company and ask how long it is
going to last.
Note: Bear in mind that a full appliance will stay cold
longer than a partially filled one.
7. MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
Before any cleaning or maintenance operation, unplug
the appliance from the mains or disconnect the
electrical power supply.
Periodically clean the appliance with a cloth and a
solution of lukewarm water and neutral detergent
specifically for refrigerator interiors. Never use
abrasives. Never clean refrigerator parts with
flammable fluids. The fumes can create a fire hazard or
explosion. Clean the outside of the appliance and the
door seal with a damp cloth and dry with a soft cloth.
Do not use steam cleaners.
Condenser placed in the rear of the appliance should
be cleaned regularly using a vacuum cleaner.
Important:
• The buttons and control panel display must not be
cleaned with alcohol or alcohol-derived substances,
but with a dry cloth.
• The refrigeration system pipes are located near the
defrost pan and can become hot. Periodically clean
them with a vacuum cleaner.
• To remove or insert the glass shelf, move up the
front part of the shelf to pass the stopper.
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8. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
8.1. BEFORE CONTACTING AFTER-SALES SERVICE…
Performance problems often result from little things you can find and fix yourself without tools of any kind.
PROBLEM
The appliance is not working:
•
•
If there is water in the defrost pan:
•
If the edges of the appliance
cabinet, which come in contact with
the door seal, are warm to the touch:
•
If the light does not work:
•
•
•
If the motor seems to run too much:
•
•
•
•
•
•
If the appliance temperature is too
high:
If the doors do not open and close
properly:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
SOLUTION
Is the power cable plugged into a live socket with the proper
voltage?
Have you checked the protection devices and fuses of the
electrical system in your home?
This is normal in hot, damp weather. The pan can even be half
full. Make sure the appliance is level so that the water does not
overflow.
This is normal in hot weather and when the compressor is
running.
Have you checked the protection devices and fuses of the
electrical system in your home?
Is the power cable plugged into a live socket with the proper
voltage?
In case the LEDs are broken the user must call the Service for
exchange of the same type available only at our After-sales
Service Centers or authorized dealers.
Motor running time depends on different things: number of door
openings, amount of food stored, temperature of the room, setting
of the temperature controls.
Is the condenser (back the appliance) free of dust and fluff?
Are the door properly closed?
Are the door seals properly fitted?
On hot days or if the room is warm, the motor naturally runs
longer.
If the appliance door has been left open for a while or if large
amounts of food have been stored, the motor will run longer in
order to cool down the interior of the appliance.
Are the appliance controls correctly set?
Has a large amount of food been added to the appliance?
Check that the door is not opened too often.
Check that the door close properly.
Check that food packages are not blocking the door.
Check that the internal parts or automatic ice maker are not out of
position.
Check that the door seals are not dirty or sticky.
Ensure the appliance is level.
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8.2. FAILURES
In the event of operation alarms, they will also be displayed in the digits LEDs, (e.g. Failure1, Failure 2, etc...) call
After-sales Service and specify the alarm code. The acoustic alarm sounds, the Alarm icon
lights up and the F
letter on the digit display blinks according to failure code described below:
Failure code
Visualization
Error 2
F letter blink on/off at 0,5 sec. Blinks ON 2 times
then remain off for 5 seconds. Pattern repeats.
x2
Error 3
F letter blink on/off at 0,5 sec. Blinks ON 3 times
then remain off for 5 seconds. Pattern repeats.
x3
Error 6
F letter blink on/off at 0,5 sec. Blinks ON 6 times
then remain off for 5 seconds. Pattern repeats.
x6
9. AFTER-SALES SERVICE
Before contacting After-Sales Service:
Switch the appliance on again to see if the problem has been solved. If it has not, disconnect the appliance from
the power supply and wait for about an hour before switching on again.
If, after performing the checks described in the Troubleshooting Guide and switching the appliance on again, your
appliance still does not work properly, contact the After-sales Service, explain the problem.
Specify:
• the model and appliance serial number (stated on the rating plate),
• the nature of the problem,
•
•
•
the Service number (the number after the word SERVICE on the data plate on the inside of the appliance),
your full address,
your telephone number and area code.
Note:
The direction of door opening can be changed. If this operation is performed by After-sales Service it is not
covered by the warranty.
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Others:
REVERSE DOOR SWING (VERSION_1)
(1)
1.
6a.
6b.
2.
3.
4.
5.
A
15
6a.
6b.
7.
8.
9.
10.
16
REVERSE DOOR SWING (VERSION_2)
(2)
1.
6a.
6b.
2.
3.
4.
5.
A
17
6a.
6b.
7.
8.
9.
10.
18
REMOVING/INSERT THE FREEZER INTERIOR
2
1
1
1
2
2
3
3
3
19
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3
~10
mm
4
2
clic
k!
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