AGA SXS Deluxe Owner's manual
Fridge/Freezer
ASXS19 Deluxe
User Guide
&
Installation & Service Instructions
Due to our policy of continual improvement, we reserve the right to change specifications without prior notice.
ASXS19IV/C - ASXS19BL/C - ASXS19SS/C - ASXS19DI/C
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Contents
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2.
3.
4.
Before You Start
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Safety
1
Electrical Safety
3
CE Declaration of conformity
3
Disposal of your old appliance
3
Packaging and the Environment
3
About Your Refrigerator
4
About the Fresh Food Compartment
5
General Features of Your Appliance
5
Even-circ™
6
Using the appliance
6
Shelves
6
Ionizer™ / Range Fresh™
7
Accessories
8
About the Freezer Compartment
9
Using the Control Panel
10
Touch Display Prevention (Safe Mode)
11
Operating Your Fridge Freezer
11
CircFresh
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Using the Vseal™
18
Cancel the Vseal™
18
Vseal™ Tips
19
Food Storage Recommendations
19
Food Storage Tips
20
Food storage
20
Tips on Storing Fresh Food
21
Tips on Freezing Food
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5.
Food Storage Table
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6.
Food Storage Table vacuum food bags
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Cleaning and Maintenance
28
7.
Defrosting
28
Cleaning
28
Shutting Off the Refrigerator
28
When not in use
28
Cleaning the Vseal™
28
8.
Troubleshooting
Tips for saving energy
9.
Installation
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Installation warnings
31
Door removal and access
32
Positioning Your Appliance
38
Electrical Supply Connection
39
10. Kick plate
40
Removing the kick plate
40
Assembly of the kick plate
41
11. Circuit Diagram
42
12. Technical Data
43
13. Warranty/After Sales Service
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1.
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Before You Start
Type
Meaning
WARNING
Serious injury or death risk
RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK
Dangerous voltage risk
FIRE
Fire risk
CAUTION
Injury or property damage risk
IMPORTANT
Operating the system correctly
Thank you for buying this appliance. We hope that it provides
a stylish yet practical solution to your cooling needs. We hope
that this handbook supplies you with all the information you
require. If there is anything you are unsure of please contact
us (see ‘Warranty’ section for Customer Care’s details).
WARNING: This appliance must be earthed.
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Please leave the appliance to stand for at least six
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hours. This will allow the cooling system to settle
following transportation.
Always make sure a qualified person installs this
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appliance.
This appliance is designed for domestic use only.
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Using it for any other purpose could invalidate any
warranty or liability claim.
• Before you plug the appliance into the mains, clean
the inside of the appliance using warm water and
bicarbonate of soda, then dry thoroughly.
• Check that no parts of the appliance are damaged,
especially parts of the cooling system, pipes or leads.
If damage has occurred, DO NOT install the appliance;
you should contact a qualified service engineer or
return the appliance to its place of purchase.
• If the accessories inside the appliance have been
disturbed during transit, reposition them in accordance
with the instructions.
• Make sure that the electrical supply to your plug socket
is correct for this appliance – the required information is
on the data badge of the appliance.
• Once the appliance is installed, cleaned and dry, it is
ready to be plugged in and switched on.
Safety
The data badge is located inside the appliance
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(refrigeration compartment).
WARNING: Use potable (drinking) water with this
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appliance.
WARNING: Keep this appliance clear of any
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obstruction.
DO NOT damage the refrigerant circuit. If it does
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become damaged, do not use the appliance.
WARNING: DO NOT use mechanical devices (such as
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hairdryers) to defrost this appliance.
If your appliance uses R600a as a refrigerant (this
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information will be provided on the label of the
cooler) you should take care during transportation
and installation to prevent the cooler elements
from being damaged. R600a is an environmentally
friendly and natural gas, but it is explosive. In
the event of a leak due to damage of the cooler
elements, move your appliance away from open
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flames or heat sources and ventilate the room where
the appliance is located for a few minutes.
WARNING: DO NOT use electrical appliances inside
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the food storage compartments of the appliance,
unless they are of the type recommended by the
manufacturer.
• When replacing old appliances, make sure that you
have disabled any locking mechanisms before disposal
– it may even be best to remove the appliance door
completely to prevent children from becoming trapped
inside the appliance.
WARNING: DO NOT damage the refrigerant circuit.
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WARNING: In order to avoid any hazards resulting
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from the instability of the appliance, it must be
fixed in accordance with the following instructions:
If your appliance uses R600a as a refrigerant (this
information will be provided on the label of the
cooler) you should take care during transportation
and installation to prevent the cooler elements
from being damaged. R600a is an environmentally
friendly and natural gas, but it is explosive. In
the event of a leak due to damage of the cooler
elements, move your appliance away from open
flames or heat sources and ventilate the room where
the appliance is located for a few minutes.
• The appliance must be connected to the power supply
safely. Loose connections, broken plugs and bare wires
are a safety hazard. Make sure that all connections are
sound.
• Before undertaking any routine maintenance or minor
repairs, disconnect the appliance from the electrical
supply.
• DO NOT touch cold surfaces of the appliance while it is
in use as this will cause hands to stick to them leading
to freezer burns.
While carrying and positioning the appliance, do not damage
the cooler gas circuit.
• When moving the appliance take care not to damage
the leads, pipes or condenser unit. Should these parts
become damaged, contact a qualified service engineer.
DO NOT store explosive substances such as aerosol cans with
a flammable propellant in this appliance.
• Effervescent liquids (fizzy drinks) should never be
frozen. These liquids expand during freezing and
this may lead to the bottles/containers shattering or
exploding.
This appliance is intended to be used in household and
domestic applications only.
If the socket does not match the appliance plug, it must be
replaced by the manufacturer, a service agent or similarly
qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
• Foods that are intended to be defrosted or cooked first,
such as breads or meats, must not be eaten in their
frozen state.
A specially grounded plug has been connected to the power
cable of your appliance. This plug should be used with
a specially grounded socket of 13 amperes. If there is no
such socket in your house, please have one installed by an
authorised electrician.
• If food looks or smells strange, do not attempt to eat it.
If in doubt throw it away. Spoiled food can be harmful to
your health.
This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and
above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have
been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the
appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved.
• Never use sharp, metal implements to scrape ice off the
surface of this appliance. Only use implements, which
are fit for this purpose (such as plastic scrapers) and use
carefully to avoid damaging the lining of the appliance.
• The cooling system contains refrigerant and oils, all of
which are harmful to health if leaked. Should leakage
occur, disconnect the appliance and ventilate the room
it is installed in. Take care to ensure that you do not get
any coolant near to, or in, your eyes. Contact a service
engineer or arrange to have the appliance removed.
DO NOT use the appliance under any circumstances.
Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and
user maintenance shall not be made by children without
supervision.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer, an authorised service agent or similar qualified
persons, in order to avoid a hazard.
This appliance is not intended for use at altitudes exceeding
2000 m.
WARNING: Keep ventilation openings, in the
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appliance enclosure or in the built-in structure, clear
of obstruction.
WARNING: DO NOT use mechanical devices or other
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means to accelerate the defrosting process, other
than those recommended by the manufacturer.
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Electrical Safety
CE Declaration of conformity
WARNING: When positioning the appliance, ensure
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the supply cord is not trapped or damaged.
• We declare that our products meet the applicable
European Directives, Decisions and Regulations and the
requirements listed in the standards referenced.
WARNING: DO NOT locate multiple portable socketnn
outlets or portable power supplies at the rear of the
Disposal of your old appliance
appliance.
DO NOT use plug adapter.
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Warning triangle
• The symbol on the product or on its 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 caused by
inappropriate waste handling of this product. For more
detailed information about recycling of this product,
please contact your local city office, your household
waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased
the product.
WARNING; Risk of fire / flammable materials
• The plug must be accessible after installation.
• The operating voltage for your appliance is 220-240 V at
50Hz.
• Connections to the mains supply should be in
accordance with local regulations.
• Insert the plug into a socket with an efficient ground
connection. If the socket has no ground contact or the
plug does not match, we recommend you consult a
qualified electrician for assistance.
Packaging and the Environment
• The appliance must be connected with a properly
installed fused socket. The power supply (AC) and
voltage at the operating point must match with the
details on the name plate of the appliance (the name
plate is located on the inside left of the appliance).
• Packaging materials protect your machine from damage
that may occur during transportation. The packaging
materials are environmentally friendly as they are
recyclable. The use of recycled material reduces raw
material consumption and therefore decreases waste
production.
• The appliance must be plugged into an earthed socket.
• The plug MUST be accessible after the appliance has
been positioned.
Notes:
• Please read the instruction manual carefully before
installing and using your appliance. We are not
responsible for the damage occurred due to misuse.
• The appliance is supplied with a standard three-pin
plug, of which the one for grounding should never be
removed.
• Follow all instructions on your appliance and instruction
manual, and keep this manual in a safe place to resolve
the problems that may occur in the future.
• Hold the plug, not the electrical cable, when
unplugging the appliance.
• Make sure that the appliance does not trap the electric
cable.
• This appliance is produced to be used in homes and it
can only be used in domestic environments and for the
specified purposes. It is not suitable for commercial or
common use. Such use will cause the guarantee of the
appliance to be cancelled and our company will not be
responsible for the losses to be occurred.
• DO NOT step on the cable.
• Avoid damage to the electric cable when moving the
appliance.
• This appliance is produced to be used in houses and
it is only suitable for cooling / storing foods. It is not
suitable for commercial or common use and/or for
storing substances except for food. Our company is not
responsible for the losses to be occurred in the contrary
case.
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2.
About Your Refrigerator
Fig. 2.1
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4
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6
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Zone 11
Zone
Zone 2
Zone
2
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1.
Cheese, butter shelf
6.
Door shelves
2.
Even-Circ™
7.
Chiller compartment
3.
Egg trays
8.
Crispers
4.
Cooler / fridge
compartment
9.
Door bottle shelves
5.
Fridge compartment
shelves
Features include:
• Touch Screen Electronic
Display
• Superior Internal
Illumination (soft glow)
• Super Quick Freeze &
Cool
11. Freezer / cooler top
baskets
12. Freezer / cooler bottom
baskets
13. Adjustable feet
10. Ice trays
14. Fridge / freezer
compartment Zone-1
Zone-2
15. Ionizer™
16. Odour seal box™
17. COOLPAC™
• Holiday mode
Energy Saving
• Levelling Feet
• Night sensor
• Ionizer™
• Screensaver
• Range Fresh™
• q drink
• Conversion of Zone 1
and Zone 2 to a chiller
zone.
• Child lock
• Vseal™
• Economy Mode for
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About the Fresh Food
Compartment A
Fig. 2.2
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It is recommended to leave storage space between the
foods for good cold air circulation. The temperatures in the
refrigerator are slightly warmer near the top and colder near
the base. Suggestions for storage (Fig. 2.2):
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1.
Eggs, butter, cheese, etc.
2.
Cooked meats, sausage, etc.
3.
Drinks and all kinds of bottled foods.
4.
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Meat, poultry, fish and raw
foods.
5.
Pickled foods, drinks or cans.
6.
Flour foods, cans, dairy, etc.
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7.
Fruits, vegetables or salads.
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8.
Tins, cans, condiments, etc.
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General Features of Your Appliance
1.
Our patented mullion bar design eliminates the fracture
risk which can occur due to misuse. This risk is common
for opponent manufacturers.
2.
The cooler and freezer compartments
have separate
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air circulation systems due to our new No-Frost
technology. This ensures that no odours pass between
compartments, and vegetables remain fresh for longer
periods.
3.
The energy efficient fan maintains air circulation by
M the compressor. Thus, a
running independently of
uniform and balanced air circulation is created between
cooler shelves.
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4.
Through specific air conduit design, the fans distribute
cold air from multiple vents on all shelves in the cooler.
5.
By special patented application, display edges and
corners form a smooth surface against the door and
ensure a perfect aesthetic appearance. The touchoperated electronic panel allows easy access of
temperature controls and provides an aesthetically even
view.
6.
The appliance contains LEDs which gradually illuminate,
rather than sudden bright lights. The LEDs reach 100%
brightness within a few seconds after the door is
opened.
7.
A telescopic rail is used in the chiller compartment to
ensure that the chiller operates easily and quietly.
8.
The chiller door includes a self-closing function to avoid
slamming or being left open.
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Even-circ™
Fig. 2.3
warm airair
warm
Even-circ, prevents fresh food losing moisture. This
technology ensures that air circulates evenly throughout the
fridge compartment, this helps prevent food from drying out.
warm air
air
warm
coldair
air
cold
warm air
warm
air
Fresh food then maintains its texture and taste of food by
preventing any humidity loss.
cold
air air
cold
Using the appliance
Information on No-Frost Technology (Fig. 2.3)
cold air
cold
air
cold air
air
cold
No-frost refrigerators have a different operating system to
static refrigerators. In normal (static) fridges, the humidity
entering the fridge due to opening the door and the
humidity inherent in the food causes ice to form in the freezer
compartment.
To remove the frost and ice from the freezer compartment,
it is required to periodically switch the fridge off and place
frozen food in a separate cooled container.
cold air
cold
air
cold air
cold
air
cold air
cold
air
cold air
cold
air
warm airair
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The situation is completely different in Nofrost fridges. A
built-in fan blows dry and cold air evenly into the cooler
and freezer compartments. The cold air disperses uniformly
between the shelves, ensuring all your food is cooled evenly,
thus preventing humidity and icing to occur.
cold air
cold
air
cold air
cold
air
Therefore, your No-frost fridge allows ease of use, in addition
to its huge capacity and stylish appearance.
Shelves
warm airair
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The height of the cantilever shelves can be adjusted to fit
your storage needs.
When opening or closing the dairy bin, please take
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care not to trap your fingers (Fig. 2.4).
Fig. 2.4
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Ionizer™ / Range Fresh™
Fig. 2.5
Ethylene gas is emitted by some fruits and vegetables and
causes the fresh groceries to start ripening. When this gas is
produced in an enclosed environment, it is re-absorbed by
the fruit and vegetables and further accelerates the aging
process.
Ionizer
Ionizer
This fridge freezer provides two different solutions to this
naturally occurring problem:
Ionizer™ (Fig. 2.5)
Ionizer spreads negative ions which neutralize particles of
unpleasant smell and dust in the air.
Range Fresh
Fresh Preserver
Preserver
Range
By removing these particles from the air in the refrigerator,
Ionizer improves air quality and eliminates odours.
Range Fresh™ (Fig. 2.6)
Range Fresh Preserver helps to remove ethylene gas
(a bioproduct released naturally from fresh foods) and
unpleasant odors from the crisper.
It must be regenerated once a year under a full day sunlight
for 24 hours, for example on a window sill.
To regenerate the filter, remove the casing of the filter box by
pulling it in the direction of the arrow (Fig. 2.6).
The filter should not be washed with water or in any
detergent.
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Fig. 2.6
Accessories
Fig. 2.7
Ice tray (Fig. 2.7)
Hold the icebox from the front and pull it toward you to
remove it.
Fill the icebox with water and replace it. Ice will be ready after
approximately 2 hours. Extract the icebox to serve the ice.
When replacing the icebox after filling it with water, make
sure it is positioned horizontally. If it is tilted, water inside the
icebox may spill onto the basket.
Fig. 2.8
Vegetable Bowl and Chiller (Fig. 2.8)
A
This compartment can be used as a chiller compartment,
where food can be kept at 0°C. Frozen food can be kept in this
compartment to defrost. Meat and/or clean fish (in plastic
bags or packets), which will be consumed within 1 to 2 days,
can also be stored here.
B
Water freezes at 0°C, but food containing salt or sugar freezes
at colder temperatures.
Do not put food to be frozen or iceboxes in this
compartment.
Crisper Air Setting button (Fig. 2.9)
Turn the air adjustment knob between the crisper and chiller
to the open position when the crisper is full. Food in the
crisper will remain fresh for a longer period of time.
A. Chiller Breakfast B. Crispers
Fig. 2.9
COOLPAC™ (Fig. 2.10)
Box with removable ice packs is primarily used to store wine
bottles and cans:
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Holds upto three x 330ml cans
•
holds upto three wine bottles
•
can be used as ice packs
Odour Seal Box™ (Fig. 2.11)
Fig. 2.10
Small sealed box that is designed to sit inside the door.
The aroma box is designed to reduce the odour transfer
within the fridge, e.g. cheese.
Fig. 2.11
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About the Freezer Compartment
Note: Do not pull the freezer drawers with too much force as
food may fall out. Do not overpack the drawer otherwise food
will fall out when opening too fast.
Make sure that the two sides of the shelf are in level
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positions otherwise food may drop off.
The shelves will not pull out accidentally when you remove
foodstuff from the appliance.
The freezer compartment is used for freezing fresh food, for
storing frozen food, and for making ice cubes.
If the freezer door has been left open for a long time or not
closed properly, frost will form and can prevent efficient air
circulation. To resolve this, unplug the freezer and wait for it
to defrost. Clean the freezer once it has fully defrosted.
Remove baskets, covers, and so on, to increase the storage
volume of freezer.
The freezer volume stated on the label is the volume without
baskets, covers, and so on.
IMPORTANT
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DO NOT refreeze thawed food. It may pose a danger to your
health and cause problems such as food poisoning.
DO NOT put warm food in the deep freeze compartment
until it has completely cooled. It will thaw already frozen food,
which may then rot.
When purchasing frozen food, make sure it has been stored
under appropriate conditions and the packaging is not
damaged.
DO NOT purchase frozen food if the packaging shows signs
of humidity or if it has a foul odour. The food may not have
been stored correctly and may have gone rotten.
The storage life of frozen food depends on the room
temperature, the thermostat setting, how often the door is
opened, the type of food, and the length of time required to
transport the product from the shop to your freezer. Always
follow the instructions printed on the packaging and never
exceed the maximum storage life indicated.
NOTE: Remove frozen food from the freezer the day before
consumption, and put in the bottom compartment of
the refrigerator. This helps reduce the temperature in the
refrigerator, which in turn saves energy. If the frozen food
defrosts in an open area, energy loss will occur.
NOTE: If you attempt to open the freezer door immediately
after closing it, you will find that it will not open easily. This
is normal. Once equilibrium has been reached, the door will
open easily.
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3.
Using the Control Panel
LCD Display
Display 7
LCD
Fig. 3.1
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mode
q drink
s.saver
1
cooler
zone 1
zone 2
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Start
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Ready
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17
Vacuum
Sealing
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15
12
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Done
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25
26
Vseal
Using the Control Panel
14. Zone 2 (right freezer) button
1.
Cooler button
15. Right freezer compartment temperature indicator
2.
Mode button
16. Left freezer compartment temperature indicator
3.
Holiday Mode
17. Zone 1 (left freezer) button
4.
Economy mode
18. q drink mode button
5.
CircFresh
19. Fridge compartment temperature indicator
6.
q drink timer
20. Night sensor
7.
q drink light
21. Vseal™ Start button
8.
Super cooling light
22. Vseal™ Ready indicator
9.
Super freezing light
23. Vseal™ Indicator
10. Child lock
24. Vseal™ Sealing Indicator
11. Low voltage warning
25. Vseal™ Done Indicator
12. Service alarm
26. Vseal™ Symbol
13. Screensave button
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Touch Display Prevention (Safe Mode)
NOTE: Disable screen safe mode.
Step 1. Press the q drink to activate the mode.
The touch display is protected from accidental touch. To
activate a feature, press any of the user controls for more than
2 seconds this will deactiviate the protection. If no button
is pressed within 20 seconds, the display will return to safe
mode.
Flashes 4x
Flashes
4x
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The display will advise the user that screen safe mode has
been disabled by emitting a double beep.
Operating Your Fridge Freezer
q drink mode Beverage cooling
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mode
q drink
s.saver
cooler
zone 1
zone 2
Step 2. Whilst the wine glass symbol is flashing continue
to incrementally press the q drink button to change the
cooling time.
The q drink mode is used to cool drinks within an adjustable
time frame (05, 10, 15, 20, 25 or 30 minutes). While using the
q drink mode beverages can be stored in the freezer.
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Important: “q drink” mode should not be confused
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with cooling.
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Adjust the time according to the temperature of the
bottles before you put them in the zone 1or zone 2 freezer
compartments. For example, the time may initially be set for
5 minutes. If your drinks have not cooled sufficiently after this
time, you may set a further 5 or 10 minutes cooling time.
mode
q drink
s.saver
cooler
zone 1
zone 2
NOTE: q drink time can only be set when the wine glass symbol flashes.
While this mode is active, you MUST check the
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temperature of the bottles regularly.
Step 3. Once the desired time has been set, stop pressing
the q drink button.
NOTE: This will not adjust the freezer temperature
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Set the q drink mode Beverage cooling
min
NOTE: At times the q drink button will emit two beeps, if the
controls has not been previously activated
sc
sf
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NOTE: q drink will not function if Zone 2 has been set to work
as a chiller.
NOTE: q drink will function if Zone 1 is set to work as a chiller.
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mode
q drink
s.saver
cooler
zone 1
zone 2
NOTE: When the bottles are cool enough, they MUST be removed
from the freezer otherwise they may burst.
Step 4. The timer digits will continue to flash. Once the
time has elapsed, q drink mode will emit an audible alert.
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min
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mode
q drink
s.saver
cooler
zone 1
zone 2
Cancel q drink mode
Step 1. If you accidently pressed the q drink wait for the
wine glass symbol to flash 4x. Press the q drink whilst the
timer digits flashes.
05
min
sc
sf
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mode
q drink
s.saver
cooler
zone 1
zone 2
Step 2. The timer digits and wine glass symbol will flash
and then disappear.
05
min
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°c
mode
q drink
s.saver
cooler
zone 1
zone 2
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SF, SUPERFREEZE
Fig. 3.2 NOTE: Disable screen safe mode.
sc
Purpose
sf
• To freeze prepared foods.
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02 -SF -22
• To freeze fresh food quickly to retain freshness.
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mode
q drink
s.saver
cooler
zone 1
zone 2
• Large food shop, this mode ensure food is frozen quickly
and therefore retains nutrients and taste.
• High quality meat/fish, again by quickly freezing the
produce nutrients are retained and taste is preserved
Fig. 3.3 NOTE: Disable screen safe mode.
sc
To set the Super-Freeze for Zone 1 (left freezer) (Fig. 3.2)
sf
°c
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02 -22 -SF
Incrementally press the ‘zone1’ button until ‘SF’ shows on the
display. A beep will sound to confirm the mode is active.
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To set the Super-Freeze for Zone 2 (right freezer) (Fig. 3.3)
mode
q drink
s.saver
cooler
zone 1
zone 2
Incrementally press the ‘zone2’ button until ‘SF’ shows on the
display. A beep will sound to confirm the mode is active.
Super-freezing mode will automatically deactivate after 24
hours or once the freezer compartment temperature sensor
reaches the correct temperature.
Fig. 3.4 NOTE: Disable screen safe mode.
sc
For super freezing, zone1 compartment should be
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selected preferably.
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SC -22 -22
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SC, SUPER-COOL
mode
q drink
s.saver
cooler
zone 1
zone 2
Cooler / Fridge
Zone 1
Zone 2
SUPER-COOL
SUPERFREEZE
FREEZE
COOL
SUPERFREEZE
SUPERFREEZE
Purpose
• To cool and store a large quantity of food in the fridge
compartment.
• To quickly cool drinks.
• Large food shop, this mode ensure food is cooled
quickly and therefore retains nutrients and taste.
Table 3.1 Setting Super-cool and Superfreeze Table
To set the Super-Cool for cooler / fridge cabinet (Fig. 3.4)
Incrementally press the ‘cooler’ button until ‘SC’ shows on the
display. If no button is pressed while ‘SC’ is displayed, a beep
will sound to confirm the mode is active.
Super-cooling mode will automatically deactivate after 4 to 6
hours, depending on the ambient temperature, or when the
cooler compartment reaches a sufficiently low temperature.
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Switching zones off
Night sensor
A combination of cooling/freezing zones can be disabled
as required. The button combination should be applied for
greater than 5 seconds.
This night sensor function saves energy by switching
the lights inside the refrigerator off if there is sufficient
illumination in the room. To activate follow Step 1 and Step 2.
Step 1. Press and hold the mode and s.saver for 3 seconds.
Fig. 3.5 Fridge compartment will switch off.
°c
-23 -23
mode
q drink
s.saver
zone 1
cooler
°c
°c
°c
88 -88 -88
°c
zone 2
mode
q drink
s.saver
cooler
zone 1
zone 2
NOTE: Disable screen safe mode.
NOTE: Disable screen safe mode.
Fig. 3.6 Fridge compartment and Zone 2 will switch off.
Step 2. The night sensor indicator will appear.
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°c
°c
°c
mode
q drink
s.saver
cooler
zone 1
zone 2
°c
88 -88 -88
mode
q drink
s.saver
cooler
zone 1
zone 2
NOTE: Disable screen safe mode.
Fig. 3.7 Zone 1 freezer will switch off.
Turn of Night Sensor
Repeat operation as above.
SCREEN SAVER (s.saver)
03
°c
-23
°c
mode
q drink
s.saver
cooler
zone 1
zone 2
This mode saves energy by switching off all control panel
lighting when the panel is left inactive. Once activiated the
screensaver mode will switch on after 10 seconds. When the
screensaver is active, only the s.saver icon is illuminated.
To activate (Fig. 3.8) the screensaver, press and hold the
‘s.saver’ button for 3 seconds. A single beep will advise the
user that the function is set.
NOTE: Disable screen safe mode.
Switching zones on
To deactivate (Fig. 3.8) the screensaver, press and hold the
‘s.saver’ button for 3 seconds. A single beep will advise the
user that the function is set.
Each disabled zones can be reinstated by repeating the
process as described above.
NOTE: Screensaver function is cancelled if the power is cycled
off, on.
Fig. 3.8
°c
°c
02 -22 -22
Hold
for 3
Hold for 3
seconds
seconds
mode
q drink
s.saver
cooler
zone 1
zone 2
NOTE: Disable screen safe mode.
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°c
Economy (eco) mode Fig. 3.9
Fig. 3.9
During periods of less frequent use (door opening)
or absence from home, such as a weekend holiday,
eco program can provide optimum temperature
whilst saving power.
eco
eco
In order to activate eco mode, press the [mode] button until
“eco” symbol and “E” illuminate.
Whilst in eco mode, the temperatures for both the fridge and
freezer compartment are 4°C for fridge and -18 °C for freezer.
°c
°c
00
e 00
°c
mode
q drink
s.saver
cooler
zone 1
zone 2
NOTE: Disable screen safe mode.
Cancel Economy (eco) Mode
Fig. 3.10
In order to deactivate eco mode, press the [mode] button
until “eco” symbol and “E” are no longer visible.
Holiday mode Fig. 3.10
home.
°c
°c
00
Holiday mode is to be used if the device is to be
left for an extended period. During Holiday mode
only the freezer compartment remains active.
Benefits: save on electricity bills when away from
h 00
°c
mode
q drink
s.saver
cooler
zone 1
zone 2
NOTE: Disable screen safe mode.
It is represented by an umbrella and sun. If the cooler
compartment is not to be used for some time, such as during
a holiday, activate holiday mode. To activate holiday mode,
press the mode button until the holiday mode symbol and ‘H’
are illuminated.
Holiday mode will be active for these configurations (Table
3.2).
WHILST IN HOLIDAY MODE, ALL FOOD SHOULD BE
REMOVED FROM THE FRIDGE COMPARTMENT AS THIS
WILL BE TURNED OFF.
Active
mode
Cooler Zone
(Fridge)
Freezer Zone 1
(Left)
Freezer Zone
2 (Right)
Holiday
Turns off
Remains on
Remains on
Holiday
Turns off
If switched to fridge
/ chiller mode zone
1 will remain on.
Remains on
Holiday
Turns off
Remains on
If switched to
fridge / chiller
mode zone 2 will
remain on.
Table 3.2
Whilst in holiday mode, the freezer temperature will default
to -18°C for freezer.
Cancel Holiday Mode
To activate holiday mode, press the mode button until the
holiday mode symbol and ‘H’ are no longer visible.
Door open alarm function
If either the fridge or freezer door is left open for more than 2
minutes, the appliance will beep.
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Setting Zone Temperatures
Fig. 3.11
Zone 1 freezer to chiller. NOTE: Disable screen
safe mode.
Cooler / fridge
The cooler / fridge temperature can be set by incrementally
pressing the cooler button. The adjustment range is 2, 3, 4, 5,
6, 7 or 8 °C or SC (Super-cool)
sc
sf
°c
°c
02 -02 -22
Zone 1 / freezer
The freezer temperature can be set by incrementally pressing
the Zone 1 button. The adjustment range is -16, -17, -18, -19,
-20, -21, -22, -23 or -24 °C or SF (Superfreeze).
Zone 2 / freezer
mode
q drink
cooler
zone 1
°c
s.saver
Hold
Hold for 3for 3
seconds
seconds
zone 2
Zone 2 freezer to chiller. NOTE: Disable screen
safe mode.
The freezer temperature can be set by incrementally pressing
the Zone 2 button. The adjustment range is -16, -17, -18, -19,
-20, -21, -22, -23 or -24 °C or SF (Supefreeze).
sc
Refer to Table 3.3 Setting Super-cool and Superfreeze
Table
sf
°c
°c
02 -22 08
Setting Zone 1 / Zone 2 as a fridge
mode
q drink
cooler
zone 1
To set Zone 1 as a fridge (Fig. 3.11)
To use the bottom left freezer compartment as a cooler /
fridge, press and hold Zone 1 button for 3 seconds. Once
set as a fridge / cooler the temperature can be set by
incrementally pressing the zone 1 button. The adjustment
range is 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 or 8.
°c
s.saver
Hold
Hold for 3for 3
seconds
seconds
zone 2
Setting the Child lock. NOTE: Disable screen
safe mode.
sc
To set Zone 2 as a fridge (Fig. 3.12)
°c
02 -22 -22
Food should only be stored if the cabinet temperature is at
required storage temperature.
Setting Zone 1 / Zone 2 as a freezer
Fig. 3.13
sf
°c
To use the bottom right freezer compartment as a cooler
/ fridge, press and hold Zone 2 button for 3 seconds. Once
set as a fridge / cooler the temperature can be set by
incrementally pressing the zone 2 button. The adjustment
range is 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 or 8.
Fig. 3.12
°c
mode
q drink
s.saver
cooler
zone 1
zone 2
Cooler / Fridge
Zone 1
Zone 2
SUPER-COOL
SUPERFREEZE
FREEZE
COOL
SUPERFREEZE
SUPERFREEZE
Table 3.3 Setting Super-cool and Superfreeze Table
To reset Zone 1 / Zone 2 to function as a freezer. Press and
hold Zone 1 or Zone 2 for 3 seconds. Set the desired freezer
temperature as described in Setting Zone Temperatures.
Child lock
Child lock can be activated to prevent any
accidental or unintentional changes being made
to the appliance settings.
To activate (Fig. 3.13) the child lock, press and hold the
cooler and zone 2 buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds.
While child lock is active, no changes can be made to settings
as the buttons will be inactive. The lock symbol will be
displayed.
To deactivate (Fig. 3.13) the child lock, press and hold the
cooler and zone 2 buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds.
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CircFresh
Fig. 3.14
NOTE: Disable screen safe mode.
CircFresh works to protect the flavour and texture of
food, giving it a longer shelf life, by maintaining an ideal
temperature and humidity levels.
sc
To select CircFresh mode, the zone1 compartment should
be set up as a cooler, not as a freezer. Please follow the
instructions described in “To set Zone 1 as a fridge (Fig.
3.11)” page 16
sf
°c
°c
02 - -- -22
mode
cooler
Hold for 3
seconds
Hold for 3
seconds
°c
q drink
s.saver
zone 1
zone 2
Do not select CircFresh mode if zone 1 is being used
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as freezer.
If zone1 or zone2 compartments will be converted
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from a freezer to a cooler: Empty the food from
the compartment and leave the door closed for 4
hours. Food can then be placed in the compartment.
Baskets and/or shelves removed from the
compartment should be re-fitted.
Do not place food in front of the fan.
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To switch the appliance to CircFresh mode, press and hold the
mode button until the CircFresh light illuminates. The zone1
button will be off and the zone1 compartment temperature
can not be changed (Fig. 3.14).
To deactiviate CircFresh Mode
To disable CircFresh mode press mode until CircFresh mode
has disappeared.
To switch zone 1 to a freezer, please follow the instructions
described in “Setting Zone 1 / Zone 2 as a freezer” page
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Fruit and Vegetables
Storage Time
Lettuce
10 days
Green leaves
10 days
Tomato
7 days
Cucumber
7 days
Lemon
15 days
Cherry
15 days
Orange
20 days
Strawberry
5 days
Carrot
20 days
Broccoli
10 days
Spinach
10 days
Squash
15 days
Apple
25 days
Grapes
20 days
Artichoke
15 days
Table 3.4Maximum Storage Time For Some Fruits and Vegetables
CircFresh keeps fruit and vegetables fresh by maintaining the
ideal humidity and temperature conditions.
The storage times listed take into account the maximum
decay rate of the fruits and vegetables if they are properly
stored with CircFresh mode active.
All storage times are recommended times. The storage times
of fruit and vegetables depend on the quality of the food,
postharvest conditions and uninterrupted refrigeration from
harvest until storage in a CircFresh appliance. Individual cases
may vary.
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Recommendations to consider during
use
1.
The vacuum food sealer embossed bags should be one
sided EMBOSSED bag and a maximum of 18 cm wide.
2.
It is not appropriate to put too much food in the
vacuum food sealer embossed bags. Any wrinkles on
the mouth of the bag may prevent vacuuming.
3.
Sufficient space should be left at the open end of the
bag, so it can be placed correctly into the compartment.
(About 7 cm / 4 finger) (Fig. 3.15).
4.
IT MUST NOT BE RE-USED FOR NEW FOOD, only
residue food can be used again.
Fig. 3.15
~ 7 cm
Using the Vseal™
Fig. 3.16
The opening of the vacuum food sealer embossed bag should
be held tightly from either side (Fig. 3.16) and inserted into
the compartment, up to the red strip on the bag.
Press Start (Fig. 3.17). When complete, the vacuum food
sealer embossed bags can be removed when the “Done”
indicator appear.
Once the process is complete, the Vseal™ display will switch
off.
Cancel the Vseal™
If you accidentally press the start button, press the start
button again for two seconds. NOTE: Once Vseal™ is activated
the process cannot switch off.
Fig. 3.17
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The outer surface of the vacuum food sealer
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embossed bags should not be wet especially the
• Before vacuuming soup, casserole or succulent foods,
they should be frozen in an unbreakable container then
put into the bag. After that they should be stored in a
freezer compartment.
area of the bag which is sealed. Otherwise, the
sealing process may not complete correctly.
Vseal™ Tips
Food Storage Recommendations
• DO NOT use more than one vacuum food sealer
embossed bags at the same time.
Recommendations to be taken into consideration for the
storage of foods after the vacuuming process is finished are
stated below.
• The mouth of the vacuum food sealer embossed
bags must be tight during the vacuuming and sealing
process. There should be also no wrinkles present.
Otherwise, the sealing process may not complete
correctly.
• Vacuuming time is a maximum of 40 seconds. If the
vacuum food sealer embossed bag is not placed
properly into the compartment, the system will fail
because the vacuum process has not completed. The
mechanism will return to the start phase.
• The vacuum food sealer embossed bag should not have
any holes.
• DO NOT leave too much air in the vacuum food
sealer embossed bag. Before the vacuum food sealer
embossed bag is placed in the compartment, remove
any excess air by squeezing the surface of the vacuum
food sealer embossed bag as hard as possible.
Otherwise the vacuum pump may not vacuum all of the
air out of the vacuum food sealer embossed bag.
• Sharp-edged materials must not be vacuumed. They
may pierce the vacuum food sealer embossed bag
while vacuuming and the operation will not complete.
(Fishbone, hard-shelled foods, etc.).
• If the vacuum food sealer embossed bags are to be
re-used for food, it can be cut by scissors on the red line
(1 cm below the melted mouth). IT MUST NOT BE REUSED FOR NEW FOOD, only residue food can be used
again.
• Vacuum food sealer embossed bags helps maintain the
freshness of the food under proper storage conditions.
Vacuuming should be done for the freshest foods
possible. Older food should not be vacuumed.
• DO NOT use vacuum food sealer embossed bags in the
microwave or oven.
• It is recommended to store granulated foods (semolina,
bulgur, flour etc.) without vacuuming. If some foods in
granular form are to be vacuumed, it is recommended
that they should be covered by paper towels or filter
paper.
• It is recommended that wet-surfaced food such as
hamburger patties or pancakes which can possibly stick
together should not be vacuumed without placing
greaseproof paper between them.
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1.
Before vacuum sealing, it’s necessary to clean your
hands, and all utensils and surfaces to be used for
cutting and vacuum sealing foods.
2.
If perishable foods have been heated, defrosted or
unrefrigerated, consume them immediately. Refrigerate
or freeze the perishable foods immediately after you
have vacuum-sealed them, and do not leave them
sitting at room temperature.
3.
Once food has been stored and sealed in the vacuum
food sealer embossed bag, please immediately place
the sealed food bag in the fridge or freezer.
4.
Two different food groups should not be vacuumed
at the same time in the vacuum food sealer embossed
bag. Otherwise, there may be cross contamination
between foods.
5.
It is advisable to vacuum the water-releasing food after
it is frozen.
6.
Once produce is vacuumed sealed into a bag, they are
suitable for sous vide style cooking.
4.
Food Storage Tips
Food storage
Refrigerator Compartment
• To reduce humidity and avoid the consequent
formation of frost, always store liquids in sealed
containers in the refrigerator. Frost tends to concentrate
in the coldest parts of the evaporating liquid and,
in time, your appliance will require more frequent
defrosting.
• Never place warm food in the refrigerator. Warm food
should be allowed to cool at room temperature and
should be arranged to ensure adequate air circulation in
the refrigerator compartment.
• Make sure no items are in direct contact with the
rear wall of the appliance as frost will develop and
packaging will stick to it. Do not open the refrigerator
door frequently.
Food
Maximum
storage time
How and where
to store
Vegetables and fruits
1 week
Vegetable bin
Meat and fish
2 - 3 Days
Wrap in plastic foil,
bags, or in a meat
container and store on
the glass shelf
Fresh cheese
3 - 4 Days
On the designated
door shelf
Butter and margarine
1 week
On the designated
door shelf
Bottled products e.g.
milk and yoghurt
Until the expiry date
recommended by the
producer
On the designated
door shelf
Eggs
1 month
On the designated egg
shelf
Cooked food
All shelves
Table 4.1
• We recommend that meat and clean fish are loosely
wrapped and stored on the glass shelf just above the
vegetable bin where the air is cooler, as this provides
the best storage conditions.
• Store loose fruit and vegetable items in the crisper
containers.
• Store loose fruit and vegetables in the crisper.
• Storing fruit and vegetables separately helps prevent
ethylene-sensitive vegetables (green leaves, broccoli,
carrot, etc.) being affected by ethylene-releaser fruits
(banana, peach, apricot, fig etc.).
• Do not put wet vegetables into the refrigerator.
• Storage time for all food products depends on the initial
quality of the food and an uninterrupted refrigeration
cycle before refrigerator storage.
• To avoid cross-contamination do not store meat
products with fruit and vegetables. Water leaking
from meat may contaminate other products in the
refrigerator. You should package meat products and
clean any leakages on the shelves.
• Do not put food in front of the air flow passage.
• Consume packaged foods before the recommended
expiry date.
NOTE: Potatoes, onions and garlic should not be stored in the
refrigerator. The table Table 4.1 is a quick guide to show you
the most efficient way to store the major food groups in your
refrigerator compartment.
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Tips on Storing Fresh Food
• Beverages with high alcohol content should be stored
vertically in tightly sealed bottles.
• Make sure that foods, which have been cooked and
require chilling, are at room temperature before placing
them into the appliance. Make sure that these foods are
stored in suitable containers.
• Delicate foods should be stored in the coolest part of
the appliance.
• Try not to open the door too often.
• Foods stored in the refrigerator should be cleaned and
dried before storing.
• Set the thermostat to make sure that foods remain
suitably cold; try to avoid freezing within the fridge.
Using a thermometer will help you to judge how cool
the appliance is. Place it into a glass of water and leave
it inside the appliance for several hours to get a reliable
reading.
• Before foods are put into the refrigerator, it is
recommended that the foods should be pressurised,
so that the water cannot vaporise, and the fruits and
vegetables keep fresh and food smells will not mix.
• Some foods contain natural oils and acids (e.g. citric
acid) which can damage plastics if spilled – make sure
these foods are suitably contained.
• Stored foods can be marked in bags.
• Foods eaten daily should be stored at the front of the
shelf.
• Unpleasant odours inside the fridge are a sign that
something has spilled and cleaning is required. Using
warm water with bicarbonate of soda will clean the
interior of the appliance and remove most spillages (see
‘Cleaning and Maintenance’).
• Make sure that foodstuffs are stored systematically (raw
meats with raw meats, dairy with dairy) to avoid flavour
transfer and cross contamination. Raw meats should be
stored towards the bottom of the appliance to prevent
the possibility of it dripping onto uncooked food. Other
foods should be stored above raw meat.
• Always remember to remove perishable foods from this
appliance before taking prolonged trips of holidays.
• When storing food in the fresh food section always
make sure there is adequate space for airflow
circulation. This helps to maintain the shelf life of the
food.
• When storing food in the refrigerator make sure that
foods are not too close to the rear wall to avoid the risk
of freezing.
• It is suggested for radishes and other root vegetables to
trim the leaves. This keeps the nutrition in the root and
not absorbed by the leaves.
• Put frozen foods into the fresh food area to let them
defrost. The low temperature of the refrigerator reduces
the formation of bacteria and extends food life.
• Some foods like onions, garlic, bananas and root
vegetables are better stored at room temperature than
in the fridge.
• Melon, pineapples and bananas can go directly into the
freezer after preparing, for storage over a longer period.
• Packaging fresh foods properly, using the correct
temperature and taking into account food hygiene, will
enhance the quality of fresh foods stored within this
appliance.
• Use plastic bags, aluminium foil or other food wraps to
cover fresh foods not in packaging to prevent flavour
transfer and prevent contamination.
• Before storing items in multi-packs (i.e. yoghurt) remove
any excess packaging.
• NEVER store anything that is flammable, volatile or
explosive inside the appliance.
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Tips on Freezing Food
When storing commercially frozen foods, please follow these
guidelines:
• As with storing fresh foods, suitable packaging, correct
temperature and food hygiene will enhance the quality
of the food you are freezing.
• Always follow manufacturers’ guidelines for the length
of time you should store food for. Do not exceed these
guidelines!
• Avoid putting hot foods into the freezer. First let them
cool until they reach room temperature.
• Try to keep the length of time between purchase and
storage as short as possible to preserve food quality.
• Make sure that all foods for freezing are of a high
quality, and suitable for freezing.
• Buy frozen foods, which have been stored at a
temperature of –18 °C or below.
• Use packaging material that is odourless and airproof
(such as plastic bags) to store food in so different foods
can be mixed without affecting the quality. Make sure
that it is airtight. Leaking packaging will dehydrate the
products and lead to loss of beneficial vitamins.
• Avoid buying food which has ice or frost on the
packaging – This indicates that the products might have
been partially defrosted and refrozen at some point –
temperature rises affect the quality of food.
• Should there be a power cut, or the freezer /
refrigeration appliance fail for any length of time you
may need to remove food from the freezer and store
in a cold, hygienic place (i.e. garage or out house area)
until the power is restored, or the appliance is repaired.
• Keep the surface of the packaging dry – this keeps the
packs from freezing together.
• Mark packages with the kind of food contained and the
date of storage.
• To prevent undue temperature rises you should wrap
the foods in layers of insulating material, such as
newspaper, to help to maintain their temperature. It is
also important that any food affected by this situation
should be either consumed or cooked and refrozen
(where suitable) soon afterwards in order to prevent
health risks.
• Food needs to be frozen quickly, so it is best to
freeze small portions whenever possible and ensure
that they are as cold as possible before storage. The
recommended maximum weight for each portion is
2.5 kg.
• Keep food which is fresh away from food which is
already frozen, if you need to freeze fresh food every
day, make sure that it is in small portions to prevent this.
• Layers of newspaper can also be used to help keep
foods cold while you are defrosting the freezer (see
‘Cleaning and Maintenance’).
• Do not exceed the maximum load for freezing, please
refer to the “Technical Data”.
• Write the expiry date and food names on the outside of
the packaging so you can be assured of the food type
and when it is safe to eat.
• Take food from the freezer to defrost when needed.
Defrosted food cannot be refrozen unless it is cooked.
• Do not put too much fresh food into the freezer at once.
This could go beyond the freezer’s cooling capacity.
Please refer to the “Technical Data”.
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5.
Food Storage Table
DocNo.031-0004 - Cooking table - electric & fan single cavity
All storage times given in the table below are intended to be
used as a guide only. Storage times of fruits and vegetables
depend on the quality of the food. Individual cases may vary.
The storage time of food is dependent on the type of oil
used. Suitable oils are margarine, calf fat, olive oil and butter.
Unsuitable oils are peanut oil and pig fat.
Packaged fruits and vegetables are consumed until
expiration.
Food in liquid form should be frozen in plastic cups/
tupperware and other food should be frozen in plastic folios
or bags.
Important
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The table below is a quick guide to show you the most
efficient way to store the major food groups in your freezer
compartment.
The taste of some spices found in cooked dishes (anise,
basilica, watercress, vinegar, assorted spices, ginger, garlic,
onion, mustard, thyme, marjoram, black pepper, etc.) changes
and they assume a strong taste when they are stored for a
long period of time. Therefore, add small amounts of spices to
food to be frozen, or the desired spice should be added after
the food has thawed
Meat and fish
Preparation
Maximum storage time (months)
Steak
Wrap in foil
6-8
Lamb meat
Wrap in foil
6-8
Veal roast
Wrap in foil
6-8
Veal cubes
In small pieces
6-8
Lamb cubes
In pieces
4-8
Minced meat
In packaging without using spices
1-3
Giblets (pieces)
In pieces
1-3
Bologna sausage/salami
Should be kept packaged even if it has a
membrane
Chicken and turkey
Wrap in foil
4-6
Goose and duck
Wrap in foil
4-6
Deer, rabbit, wild boar
In 2.5 kg portions or as fillets
6-8
Freshwater fish (Salmon, Carp, Crane, Catfish)
Lean fish (Bass, Turbot, Flounder)
Fatty fishes (Tuna, Mackarel, Bluefish, Anchovy)
After cleaning the bowels and scales of the fish,
wash and dry it. If necessary, remove the tail and
head.
2
4
2-4
Shellfish
Clean and in a bag
4-6
Caviar
In its packaging, or in an aluminium or plastic
container
2-3
Snails
In salty water, or in an aluminium or plastic
container
3
NOTE: Thawed frozen meat should be cooked as fresh meat. If the meat is not cooked after defrosting, it must not be re-frozen.
Vegetables and Fruits
Preparation
Maximum storage time (months)
String beans and beans
Wash, cut into small pieces and boil in water
10 - 13
Beans
Hull, wash and boil in water
12
Cabbage
Clean and boil in water
6-8
Carrot
Clean, cut into slices and boil in water
12
Pepper
Cut the stem, cut into two pieces, remove the core and boil in water
8 - 10
Spinach
Wash and boil in water
6-9
Cauliflower
Remove the leaves, cut the heart into pieces and leave it in water with
a little lemon juice for a while
10 - 12
Eggplant (Aubergine)
Cut into pieces of 2cm after washing
10 - 12
Corn
Clean and pack with its stem or as sweet corn
12
Apple and pear
Peel and slice
8 - 10
Apricot and Peach
Cut into two pieces and remove the stone
4-6
Strawberry and Blackberry
Wash and hull
8 - 12
Cooked fruits
Add 10 % of sugar to the container
12
Plum, cherry, sourberry
Wash and hull the stems
8 - 12
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Maximum storage time
(months)
Thawing time at room
temperature (hours)
Thawing time in oven (minutes)
4-6
2-3
4-5 (220-225 °C)
Biscuits
3-6
1 - 1.5
5-8 (190-200 °C)
Pastry
1-3
2-3
5-10 (200-225 °C)
Bread
Pie
1 - 1.5
3-4
5-8 (190-200 °C)
Phyllo dough
2-3
1 - 1.5
5-8 (190-200 °C)
Pizza
2-3
2-4
15-20 (200 °C)
Dairy products
Preparation
Maximum storage time
(months)
Storage conditions
Packet (Homogenized) Milk
In its own packet
2-3
Pure Milk – in its own packet
6 -8
Original packaging may be used for shortterm storage. Keep wrapped in foil for longer
periods.
Cheese - excluding white cheese
In slices
Butter, margarine
In its packaging
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6.
Food Storage Table - vacuum food bags
All storage times given in the table below are intended to be
used as a guide only. Storage times of fruits and vegetables
depend on the quality of the food. Individual cases may vary.
The storage time of food is dependent on the type of oil
used. Suitable oils are margarine, calf fat, olive oil and butter.
Unsuitable oils are peanut oil and pig fat.
Packaged fruits and vegetables are consumed until
expiration.
Food in liquid form should be frozen in plastic cups/
tupperware and other food should be frozen in plastic folios
or bags.
Important
nn
The table below is a quick guide to show you the most
efficient way to store the major food groups in your freezer
compartment.
The taste of some spices found in cooked dishes (anise,
basilica, watercress, vinegar, assorted spices, ginger, garlic,
onion, mustard, thyme, marjoram, black pepper, etc.) changes
and they assume a strong taste when they are stored for a
long period of time. Therefore, add small amounts of spices to
food to be frozen, or the desired spice should be added after
the food has thawed
Room Temperature
Freezer
Refrigerator
Preparation
Vacuum Process
Food Types
RECOMMENDATIONS
Fruits should be stored only in the freezer after vacuuming.
Vacuuming should not be done if the vegetables are to be stored in the refrigerator.
Fruits
Apple, lemon, plum,
apricot, nectarine etc.

SOFT FRUITS
Strawberry, mulberry,
black mulberry, grape
etc.
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

DELICATESSEN
PRODUCTS
Salami, sausage,
fermented sausage,
processed meat
products etc.


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HARD CHEESES
Cheddar cheese,
parmesan cheese etc.

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OTHER FOODS 1
Soft cheeses, yogurt,
butter, cream, olives,
eggs etc.
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AQUEOUS FOODS 1
Honey, jam, water,
drinks, liquid oil etc.
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AQUEOUS FOODS 2
Soup, stew, aqueous
meals etc.

DRIED FOODS
Dried fruits, nuts etc.



PACKAGED FOODS
1
Pulses, frozen foods
etc.


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PACKAGED FOODS
2
Canned foods, sauces,
soups etc.
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POWDERY FOODS
Flour, sugar, salt,
semolina, powder
blends, tea, coffee,
spices etc.
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It is recommended to keep the vegetables specified in this section in accordance with
the blanching instructions in the "Food Storage Table" section of this user manual.
Vacuuming is recommended after freezing for ~ 2 hours until the vegetables are
solidified before vacuuming. Once your fruits have been vacuumed, they should only
be stored in the freezer.

It is recommended to store soft textured fruits without vacuuming.

 You can store your delicatessen products in the refrigerator or freezer by
vacuuming.
Hard cheeses can be stored in the refrigerator or freezer by vacuuming.


Caution should be taken to ensure that the cheese to be vacuumed does not
contain salt.
It is recommended to store these products in the refrigerator without
vacuuming.
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Aqueous food should be stored without vacuuming. Otherwise, liquid may
escape into the vacuum mechanism during the vacuuming process.
 To store liquid food such as soup, casserole or juicy food by vacuuming, you must
first freeze these foods in a unbreakable container and then vacuum them. Store the
contents in your freezer.

 You can store your dried fruits in the refrigerator by vacuuming!
Care should be taken to ensure that there is no dust inside the nuts and dried foods.
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Pulses can be stored at room temperature by vacuuming.

Frozen foods must be stored in the freezer by vacuuming.
Canned foods, appetizer-like meals, sauces and soups should be stored in the
cooler without vacuuming.
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Granulated foods must be stored without vacuuming.
Room Temperature
Freezer
OTHER FOODS 2
Confectionery, ravioli,
noodles etc.
Refrigerator
Preparation
Vacuum Process
Food Types
RECOMMENDATIONS
Foods such as confectionery, ravioli and noodles can be stored in the refrigerator
or freezer by vacuuming.

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
Care should be taken to ensure that the food is not granular and / or liquid before
vacuuming. Granulated and / or liquid foods should be stored without vacuuming.

OTHER
VEGETABLES
MEAT
SEAFOODS
Peas, broccoli,
cauliflower, corn,
green beans, cabbage
etc.
Piece of meat, steak,
ground beef, chicken
breast, chicken
drumstick, etc.
Sardines, shrimp,
squid etc.
Vacuuming should not be done if the vegetables are to be stored in refrigerator.


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



Vegetables should only be stored in the freezer after vacuuming.
It is recommended to keep the vegetables specified in this section in accordance with
the blanching instructions in the "Food Storage Table" section of this user manual. For
vegetables, it is recommended to freeze them for two hours before attempting the
vacuum process. Once your vegetables have been vacuumed, they should only be
stored in the freezer.

Meat products should be stored only in the freezer after vacuuming.

Meat products should not be vacuumed if stored in the refrigerator.
! For the meat products, it's recommended to freeze them for two hours before
attempting the vacuum process. After freezing, make sure that the meat solidifies.
It should be confirmed that there is no blood water before vacuuming the meat
products. Remove the water on the surface of meat with a paper towel before the
vacuum process.

Small fish such as anchovies, sardines and seafoods should be frozen and then
vacuumed.

Vacuuming should not be done if sea foods are to be stored in the refrigerator.
Do not vacuum pack objects with sharp edges, such as fishbone and hard shells.
Sharp-edged objects can cause the bag to rupture and tear. The freezing of the food
before the vacuuming will preserve the structure of the food and the water content.
GREEN LEAFY
VEGETABLES
Lettuce, parsley,
spinach etc.



 Due to the nature of green leafy vegetables, it is recommended to store without
vacuuming. In addition, it is recommended to store fresh mushrooms, onions and
garlic without vacuuming.
Vegetables should only be stored in the freezer after vacuuming.
OTHER
VEGETABLES
Peas, broccoli,
cauliflower, corn,
green beans, cabbage
etc.
Vacuuming should not be done if the vegetables are to be stored in refrigerator.


It is recommended to keep the vegetables specified in this section in accordance with
the blanching instructions in the"Food Storage Table" section of this user manual. For
vegetables, it is recommended to freeze them for two hours before attempting the
vacuum process. Once your vegetables have been vacuumed, they should only be
stored in the freezer.
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The storage conditions specified in the refrigerator, freezer
and room temperature columns must be observed.
Foods that need to be stored at room temperature, It is
recommended to store at temperatures below 20 °C.
Safety Warnings
Please consider the following precautions for safe use of
vacuum bag technology.
1.
DO NOT vacuum food which contains liquids.
2.
DO NOT use any other bags other than the
recommended vacuum bag.
3.
DO NOT insert any other tools into the vacuum device.
4.
If the vacuum device malfunctions, call the technical
service.
5.
Make sure the vacuum bag and your hands are
completely dry.
6.
DO NOT use the vacuum device for any purpose other
than vacuum.
7.
Clean the display with a damp cloth. When cleaning the
surface, make sure that no water gets into the vacuum
mechanism.
8.
DO NOT attempt to open the vacuum device with any
tool.
9.
DO NOT pull the vacuum bag before vacuuming is
completed.
10. DO NOT let go of the vacuum bag during the vacuum
process. Hold the bag until the process is complete.
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7.
Cleaning and Maintenance
Defrosting
Clean the condenser with a brush at least twice a year.
This will help you to save on energy costs and increase
productivity.
Defrosting is done automatically so there is no need to
manually defrost this appliance.
Cleaning the evaporation bowl:
DO NOT use mechanical devices to accelerate the
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defrosting process.
Your fridge defrosts automatically. Water produced by
defrosting flows into an evaporation container, passing
through a water collecting groove, where it vaporizes.
Cleaning
Disconnect the appliance from the power supply
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before cleaning.
Replacing LED Lighting
If your fridge has LED lighting contact the help desk as this
should be changed by authorized personnel only.
Do not wash your appliance by pouring water on it.
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DO NOT use harsh abrasives, or aggressive cleaners
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as these can damage the interior of the appliance.
The LED interior lights come on when the door is opened.
The performance of the light is not affected by any of the
appliances other settings.
The fridge is heavy. When moving the refrigerator
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be careful to protect the floor. Keep the refrigerator
Shutting Off the Refrigerator
vertical and do not tilt the refrigerator – this
prevents damage to the floor.
In the event of a power cut, food should remain safely cold for
about 3 hours.
DO NOT spray or rinse the fridge with water or other
liquids. This could harm the electrical parts.
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Should there be a prolonged power cut you may need to
remove food from the freezer compartment and store it in
a cold place, wrapped in layers of newspaper to preserve
suitable temperatures.
Use a dry cloth when cleaning near the electrical
parts (such as the light bulb or switch).
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DO NOT clean the fridge with a stiff or wire brush.
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DO NOT use an organic solvent such as detergent,
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petrol, lacquer, thinners, acetone or acid.
Once power is restored replace the food back into the freezer
compartment.
Should food begin to defrost, or the power cut last longer
than expected, it is advised that you consume any food
removed from the freezer.
To prevent your skin sticking to cold steel parts,
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make sure your hands are not wet when touching
the parts.
If the power outage is short term, most foods can be left
inside the freezer compartment – this is the best way of
preserving temperature – and surrounded by ice cubes from
the icebox. This is also an ideal solution for power outages
you may have been pre-warned about.
DO NOT use HOT water to clean the glass shelves, as
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they may break or crack.
To keep internal odours to a minimum it is best to periodically
clean the inside shelves, crispers, bins and wall.
Empty the appliance of food and remove the shelves.
When experiencing a power cut of any kind, do not add any
extra foods to the freezer.
Clean the interior using warm water and bicarbonate of soda
with a soft cloth. Make sure that the interior is then dried
carefully with a suitable cloth.
When not in use
If you are not using the appliance for an extended length
of time, it is recommended that you switch off the electrical
supply, empty any food out, clean the inside of the appliance
and leave the door ajar. This will save energy, and also prevent
a build up of stale odours inside.
After washing, rinse with clean water and dry carefully. When
you have finished cleaning, reconnect the plug to the mains
supply with dry hands.
Shelves and other accessories (plastic and glass parts) can be
cleaned in the sink using liquid dishwashing liquid and warm
water. Make sure all soap is rinsed off and all parts are dry
before replacing them inside the appliance.
Cleaning the Vseal™
You can clean the surface of the vacuum mechanism with a
damp cloth. When cleaning the surface, make sure that no
water gets into the vacuum device.’
Always keep the door seals clean.
Make sure that no water enters the lamp housing and other
electrical components.
The appliance should be cleaned regularly using a solution of
bicarbonate of soda and lukewarm water.
Clean the accessories separately by hand with soap and
water. Do not wash accessories in a dish washer.
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8.
Troubleshooting
Before calling for service, please first read the following table: this could save you time and money.
Error type
Meaning
“Failure” Warning
Freezer compartment is not cold
enough
Why
What to do
There is/are some part(s) out of order or there Call a service agent for assistance as soon as
is a failure in the cooling process.
possible.
This warning especially appears if there has
been a power failure for a long period or
when the appliance is operated for the first
time.
Use food within a short time period. Do not
freeze foods that has thawed.
Set the freezer temperature to colder
values or set the Super Freeze until the
compartment gets to normal temperature.
Do not put fresh food in the appliance until
the fault has cleared.
Fridge compartment is not cold
enough
Fridge compartment too cold
This warning especially appears if there has
been a power failure for a long period or
when the appliance is operated for the first
time. Ideal temperature for the appliance
compartment is +4 oC. If you see this
warning, your foods are at risk of spoiling.
Set the appliance temperature to colder
values or set the Super Cooling mode
until the compartment reaches normal
temperature.
The food will start to freeze because the
temperature is too cold.
Check if the Super Cooling mode is switched
on.
Open the door as little as possible until the
fault clears.
Decrease the appliance temperature values.
“Low voltage” Warning
This is seen when the power supply is lower
than 170 V.
This not a failure. This prevents any damage
to the compressor. This warning will clear
after the voltage reaches the required level.
If you are experiencing a problem with your appliance, please check
the following before contacing the after-sales service.
• Clicking noise occurs: When the thermostat switches
the compressor on/ off.
Your appliance does not operate
• Motor noise: Indicates the compressor is operating
normally. The compressor may cause more noise for a
short time when it is first activated.
Check if:
• There is power
• Bubbling noise and splashing occurs: Due to the flow
of the refrigerant in the tubes of the system.
• The plug is connected to the socket correctly
• The socket fuse or the mains fuse has blown
• Water flowing noise occurs: Due to water flowing to
the evaporation container. This noise is normal during
defrosting.
• The socket is faulty. To check this, plug another working
appliance into the same socket.
• Air blowing noise occurs: During normal operation of
the system due to the circulation of air.
Your appliance is performing poorly
Check if:
There is a build-up of humidity inside the appliance
• The appliance is overloaded
Check if:
• The doors are closed properly
All food is packed properly. Containers must be dry before
being placed in the fridge.
• There is any dust on the condenser
Your appliance is operating noisily
The fridge doors are opened frequently. Humidity of the
room will enter the fridge each time the doors are opened.
Humidity increases faster if the doors are opened frequently,
especially if the humidity of the room is high.
The following noises can be heard during normal operation
of the appliance.
There is a build-up of water droplets on the rear wall. This is
normal after automatic defrosting (in Static Models).
• There is an adequate distance between the appliance
and surrounding walls
Cracking (ice cracking) noise occurs:
• During automatic defrosting.
• When the appliance is cooled or warmed (due to
expansion of appliance material).
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4.
Drinks or other liquides should be covered when inside
the appliance. If left uncovered, the humidity inside the
appliance will increase, therefore the appliance uses
more energy. Keeping drinks and other liquids covered
helps preserve their smell and taste.
5.
Avoid keeping the doors open for long periods and
opening the doors too frequently as warm air will enter
the appliance and cause the compressor to switch on
unnecessarily often.
6.
Keep the covers of the different temperature
compartments ( such as the crisper and chiller) closed.
The edges of the fridge/freezer in contact with the door
joint are warm
7.
The door gasket must be clean and pliable. Replace
gaskets if worn.
Especially during summer (warm weather), the surfaces in
contact with the door joint may become warmer during
operation of the compressor. This is normal.
Service alarm
The doors are not opening or closing properly
Check if:
• There is food or packaging preventing the door from
closing
• The door compartments, shelves and drawers are
placed properly
• The door gaskets are broken or torn
• Your fridge is level.
Important:
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In the case of a power failure, or if the appliance is unplugged
and plugged in again, the gas in the cooling system of your
appliance will destabilise, causing the compressor protective
thermal element to open.
If an alarm light illuminates, contact an authorised
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service centre.
Press the ‘s.saver’ button to switch the alarm sound
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off when there is an alarm and an exclamation mark
Your appliance will start to operate normally after 5 minutes.
on the display. The exclamation mark will continue
to show on the electronic display panel until the
error is fixed.
If the appliance will not be used for a long period of time
(such as during holidays), disconnect the plug. Defrost and
clean the appliance, leaving the door open to prevent the
formation of mildew and odour.
Temperature Adjustment Warnings
If the problem persists after you have followed all the
instructions above, please consult the nearest Authorised
• It is not recommended that you operate your fridge in
environments colder than 16°C in terms of its efficiency.
Service Centre.
• Do not start another adjustment while you are already
making an adjustment.
This appliance is designed for domestic use and for the stated
purposes only. It is not suitable for commercial or common
use. If the consumer uses the appliance in a way that does
not comply with these instructions, we emphasise that the
manufacturer and the dealer will not be responsible for any
repair or failure within the guarantee period.
• Temperature adjustments should be made according
to the frequency of door openings, the quantity of food
kept inside the fridge and the ambient temperature in
the location of your fridge.
• In order to allow your fridge to reach the operating
temperature after being connected to mains, do not
open the doors frequently or place large quantities of
food in the fridge. Please note that, depending on the
ambient temperature, it may take 24 hours for your
fridge to reach the operating temperature.
The lifetime of your appliance stated and declared by the
Department of the Industry is 10 years (the period for
retaining parts required for the proper functioning of the
appliance).
Tips for saving energy
1.
Install the appliance in a cool, wellventilated room, but
not in direct sunlight and not near a heat source (such
as a radiator or oven) otherwise an insulating plate
should be used.
2.
Allow warm food and drinks to cool before placing them
inside the appliance.
3.
Place thawing food in the appliance compartment. The
low temperature of the frozen food will help cool the
appliance compartment while the food is thawing. This
will save energy. Frozen food left to thaw outside of the
appliance will result in a waste of energy.
• A 5 minute delay function is applied to prevent damage
to the compressor of your fridge when connecting or
disconnecting to mains, or when an energy breakdown
occurs. Your fridge will begin to operate normally after
5 minutes.
• Your appliance is designed to operate in the ambient
temperature (T/SN = 16°C - 43°C) intervals stated in
the standards. We do not recommend operating your
appliance out of the stated temperature limits in terms
of cooling effectiveness.
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NOTE: If the ambient temperature is higher than 42°C, the
compartment temperature cannot be set to -23°C or -24°C. It
can only be set to -16°C, -17°C, -18°C, -19°C, -20°C -21°C or -22
°C.
9.
Installation
Installation warnings
Before using your fridge freezer for the first time, please pay
attention to the following points:
• Your fridge freezer may have an odour when it is
operated for the first time. This is normal and the odour
will fade when your fridge freezer starts to cool.
• Before connecting your fridge freezer, ensure that the
information on the data plate (voltage and connected
load) matches that of the mains electricity supply. If in
doubt, consult a qualified electrician.
• We do not accept responsibility for any damages that
occur due to ungrounded usage.
• Place your fridge freezer where it will not be exposed to
direct sunlight.
• Your fridge freezer must never be used outdoors or
exposed to rain.
• Your appliance must be at least 50 cm away from stoves,
gas ovens and heater cores, and at least 5 cm away from
electrical ovens.
• If your fridge freezer is placed next to a deep freezer,
there must be at least 2 cm between them to prevent
humidity forming on the outer surface.
• Do not cover the body or top of fridge freezer with lace.
This will affect the performance of your fridge freezer.
• Do not place anything on top of your appliance.
• Do not place heavy items on the appliance.
• Clean the appliance thoroughly before use (see
Cleaning and Maintenance).
• This product is intended to be used in a proper kitchen
units only.
• Before using your fridge freezer, wipe all parts with
a solution of warm water and a teaspoon of sodium
bicarbonate. Then, rinse with clean water and dry.
Return all parts to the fridge freezer after cleaning.
• Use the adjustable front legs to make sure your
appliance is level and stable. You can adjust the legs
by turning them in either direction. This must be done
before placing food in the appliance.
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Door removal and access
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Positioning Your Appliance
150 mm
Fig. 9.1
The refrigerator must be carried by at least 4 people.
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ArtNo.600-0034 - Clearances
The original packaging and foam may be kept for retransportation (optional).
75 mm
Fasten your fridge with thick packaging, bands or strong
cords and follow the instructions for transportation given on
the package.
Remove all movable parts (shelves, accessories, vegetable
bins, etc.) or fix them into the fridge against shocks using
bands during re-positioning and transportation.
An ambient sensor, main board and hinge covers are
available on your refrigerator. During cleaning, make sure no
fluid enters this area.
Choosing the Right Location
• To ensure adequate ventilation, clearance of at least
150 mm is required at the top of your appliance. The
distance between the appliance and back wall must
be a minimum of 75 mm (Fig. 9.1). Any units placed
above the appliance must be clear by 150 mm to allow
sufficient ventilation.
Fig. 9.2
• Install the two plastic distance guides to prevent the
condenser from touching the wall. Refer to (Fig. 9.2).
• If locating the refrigerator close to a corner, sufficient
spacing must be left for opening the doors and
removing the shelves (Fig. 9.3).
Avoid exposing the appliance to direct sunlight, and sources
of heat (such as radiators, heaters or cookers).
Fig. 9.3
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If this appliance is situated in a cold environment (such as
a shed, outhouse or garage) it will affect its performance.
You may find that the performance of the appliance is not
consistent and this may damage foods. A consistent ambient
temperature of 16 °C or above is recommended.
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Alldimensions
dimensions in
mm
All
mmclearances
ArtNo.600-0033
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Electrical Supply Connection
During Usage
Connect the appliance to the electrical supply (220-240 V ~
50 Hz) with the plug and lead, which are fitted.
• Do not connect your fridge freezer to the mains
electricity supply using an extension lead.
Connections to the mains supply should be in accordance
with local regulations.
• Do not use damaged, torn or old plugs.
• Do not pull, bend or damage the cord.
DO NOT use plug adapter.
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The appliance must be plugged into an earthed
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socket.
• This appliance is designed for use by adults. Do not
allow children to play with the appliance or hang off the
door.
Always make sure that the plug is accessible after
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the appliance has been positioned.
• Never touch the power cord/plug with wet hands. This
may cause a short circuit or electric shock.
If the electrical cable is damaged or worn, turn off the
refrigerator and consult an authorised agent for replacement.
• Do not place glass bottles or cans in the ice-making
compartment as they will burst when the contents
freeze.
• The appliance is supplied with a standard 13 amp 3-pin
mains plug fitted with a 13-amp fuse. Should the fuse
require replacement, it must be replaced with a fuse
rated at 13 amp and approved to BS1362.
• Do not place explosive or flammable material in your
fridge. Place drinks with high alcohol content vertically
in the fridge compartment and make sure their tops are
tightly closed.
• If the mains plug which is fitted is unsuitable for the
socket outlet in your home or is removed for any other
reason, please contact an approved electrician.
• When removing ice from the icemaking compartment,
do not touch it. Ice may cause frost burns and/or cuts.
• Do not touch frozen goods with wet hands. Do not
eat ice-cream or ice cubes immediately after they are
removed from the ice-making compartment.
• Do not re-freeze thawed frozen food. This may cause
health issues such as food poisoning. Old and Out-oforder Fridges
• If your old fridge or freezer has a lock, break or remove
the lock before discarding it, because children may get
trapped inside it and may cause an accident.
• Old fridges and freezers contain isolation material and
refrigerant with CFC. Therefore, take care not to harm
environment when you are discarding your old fridges.
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10. Kick plate
Removing the kick plate
Step. 1
Step. 4
Gently release from the middle bracket
Kick plate
Masking tape
Step. 5
To avoid damage to the paintwork use masking tape to
cover left, middle and bottom. See step 2.
Step. 2
Masking tape
Masking tape
Masking tape
Then again gently release from the left bracket.
Step. 6
Step. 3
With both hands grab the kick plate and
gently pull it towards you.
Kick plate
Masking tape
Starting on the right-hand side, use a
screwdriver to gently remove from the
white bracket.
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Assembly of the kick plate
Step. 1
Check the kick plate brackets are not damaged. If
damaged, replace with new ones.
Step. 2
Step. 3
Starting from the left, secure the kick plate to the bracket.
Ensure the fixings are aligned.
Step. 4
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11. Circuit Diagram
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12. Technical Data
DocNo.600-0008 - Technical data - DxD 910
INSTALLER: Please leave these instructions with the user.
DATA BADGE LOCATION: Left-hand side of the refrigerator compartment.
COUNTRY OF DESTINATION: GB, IE.
Dimensions
Depth with
open door
1146
750
910
800.7 depth including handles
745.9
ArtNo.600-0044 - DxD dimensions
1850
1136.5
All dimensions in mm
120°
120°
140°
140°
1157.8
1625.1
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Ratings
Brand
AGA
ASXS19IV/C
ASXS19BL/C
Model identification
ASXS19SS/C
ASXS19DI/C
Product category
7 (Fridge - Freezer)
Mass
kg
Number of cavities
147.5
3
Energy class
A+
Annual energy consumption*
474 kWh
Total gross volume
630 litres
Total net volume
556 litres
Refrigerator gross volume
418 litres
Refrigerator net volume
386 litres
Chiller compartment net volume
38 litres
Freezer gross volume
212 litres
Freezer net volume
170 litres
Star rating
****
Refrigeration system
NO FROST
Temperature rise time (-18°C/-9°C)
12 Hours
Freezing capacity
18 kg / 24 h
Climate class **
T/N (16°C - 43°C)
Noise emission
45 dB(A)
Energy consumption of 474kWh per year, calculated on the basis of results obtained in 24 hours under normalised test
conditions. Real energy consumption depends on the conditions in which the equipment is used as well as where it is
placed.
This appliance is designed for use at an ambient temperature within the 16°C - 43°C range.
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13. Warranty/After Sales Service
If consultation or technical assistance is needed, please
provide the local authorised service agent with the purchase
invoice and the product code/serial number.
Please refer to the Technical Data to locate the product
number/serial number.
The 2 years free maintenance for the operation of the
appliance started from the date of purchase of this product.
Any cosmetic damage to the appliance must be reported
within 30 days of delivery.
For in-warranty service please call: 0844 847 6711.
For general enquiries please call: 0800 804 6261.
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For further advice or information contact
your local AGA Specialist.
With AGA Rangemaster’s policy of continuous product
improvement, the Company reserves the right to change
specifications and make modifications to the appliances
described and illustrated at any time.
AGA Rangemaster
Station Road
Ketley Telford
Shropshire TF1 5AQ
England
www.agaliving.com
www.agacookshop.co.uk
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