White Knight WK 135 Owner Manual

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WK135BU

BUILT-UNDER

FRIDGE

Instruction booklet

Index

BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE ..................................................................... 2

Safety Instructions ....................................................................................................... 2

Recommendations ...................................................................................................... 3

Switching On the Appliance ........................................................................................ 4

HOW TO OPERATE THE APPLIANCE ............................................................... 5

Thermostat Setting ...................................................................................................... 5

FOOD STORAGE IN THE APPLIANCE .............................................................. 6

CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE ....................................................................... 6

Defrosting the Refrigerator ......................................................................................... 7

Replacing the Light Bulb ............................................................................................. 7

BEFORE CALLING YOUR AFTER SALES SERVICE .......................................... 8

PARTS OF THE APPLIANCE AND THE COMPARTMENTS ............................... 10

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PART 1.

BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE

Safety Instructions

• This appliance contains the coolant isobutane R600a (see the Refrigerant specified on the rating plate). This natural gas is environmentally friendly but it is also combustible. W hen transporting and installing the unit care must be taken to ensure that none of the refrigeration circuit components become damaged. In the event of damage avoid naked flames or ignition sources and ventilate the room in which the unit is placed.

Warning: Keep ventilation openings in appliance enclosure, as per instructions for building in, clear of obstruction.

• Do not use mechanical devices or other artificial means to accelerate the defrosting process.

• Do not use electrical appliances inside the unit.

• If this unit is to replace an appliance with a lock; break or remove the lock as a safety measure before storing it, to protect against children from locking themselves inside.

• Old refrigerators and freezers contain insulation gases and refrigerant, which must be disposed of properly. Please take any old appliance to your local recycling site or contact your local authority for details of their waste disposal service. Please ensure that the pipe work of your old appliance does not get damaged prior to it being picked up by the relevant waste disposal service.

Important note:

Please read this booklet before installing and switching on this appliance. The manufacturer assumes no responsibility for incorrect installation and usage as described in this booklet.

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Recommendations

• Do not damage the refrigerant circuit.

• Do not allow children to play with the appliance. Children must never sit in the drawers or hang from the door.

• Do not use adapters or extension leads, which could cause over-heating or burning.

• Do not use old, warped power supply cables.

• Do not twist and bend the cables, and keep them away from hot surfaces.

• Do not plug in the appliance with wet hands.

• After installation ensure that the power cable is not trapped underneath the appliance.

• This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure that they don’t play with the appliance.

• If the supply cord is damaged it must be replaced by the a service agent or suitably qualified person.

• Do not defrost the appliance with other electrical devices (e.g.

hair dryer) or other artificial means.

• Do not operate any electrical appliances inside the appliance.

• Do not touch the cooling surfaces while the appliance is operating, especially with wet hands, because your skin may stick to cold surfaces.

• The plug must be accessible after installation.

Warning: This appliance must be earthed.

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Switching On the Appliance

• Before switching on, place the appliance in an upright position and wait at least three hours without moving the appliance. This will give the refrigerant circu it time to settle and op erate efficiently.

• Clean the appliance thoroughly, especially the interior, before use (See Cleaning and Maintenance).

• Installation of the appliance and electrical connections must be carried out by a qualified technician, in accordance with the

Installation Manual and local regulations.

• The procedure for installing the appliance into the kitchen unit is given in the Installation Manual. This product is intended to be used in proper kitchen units only.

• The appliance must be connected with a properly installed, fused socket. The power supply (AC) and voltage at the socket must match with the details on the rating plate of the appliance. (this is located on the inside left of the appliance)

• Insert the plug into a socket with an efficient earth connection. If the socket has no earth contact or the plug does not match, we reco mmend that you c all an au tho rized elec tric ian fo r assistan ce.

• The manufacturer is not responsible for failure to complete the earth connection as described in this booklet.

• There can be an odour when you first switch on the appliance. This will disappear once the appliance starts to cool.

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PART 2.

HOW TO OPERATE THE APPLIANCE

Thermostat Setting

• The thermostat automatically regulates the inside temperature of the refrigerator compartment. By rotating the knob from position 1 to 5, colder temperatures can be obtained.

• The “ 0 “ position shows that the thermostat is switched off and no cooling is available.

• For short-term storage of food, you can set the knob between minimum and medium position (1-3).

• For long-term storage of food, you can set the knob to a medium position.(3-4)

• Note that; the ambient temperature, temperature of the freshly stored food and how often the door is opened, affects the temperature in the refrigerator compartments. If required, change the temperature setting.

• When you first switch on the appliance, you should ideally try to run it without any food in for 24 hours and not open the door. If you need to use it straight away, try not to put much food inside.

• If the unit is switched off or unplugged, you must allow at least 5 minutes before restarting in order not to damage the compressor.

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PART 3.

FOOD STORAGE IN THE APPLIANCE

Refrigerator compartment is used for storing fresh food for a few days.

• Do not place food in direct contact with the rear wall of the refrigerator compartment.

Leave some space around food to allow circulation of air.

• Do not place hot food or evaporating liquid in the refrigerator.

• Always store food in closed containers or wrapped.

• To reduce humidity and avoid formation of frost, never place liquids in unsealed containers in the refrigerator.

• Meat of all types, wrapped in packages, is recommended to be placed on the glass shelf just above the vegetable bin, where the air is colder.

• You can put fruit and vegetables into the crisper without packing.

• To avoid the cold air escaping, try not to open the door too often, and not leave the door open for a long time.

PART 4.

CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE

• Disconnect the appliance from the power supply before cleaning.

• Do not pour water over the appliance.

• The refrigerator compartment should be cleaned periodically using a solution of bicarbonate of soda and lukewarm water.

• Clean the accessories separately with soap and water.

Do not put them in the dishwasher.

• Do not use abrasive products, detergents or soaps. After washing, rinse with clean water and dry carefully. When the cleaning operations have been completed, reconnect the plug with dry hands .

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Defrosting the Refrigerator

• Defrosting occurs automatically in the refrigerator during operation; the defrost water is collected by the evaporating tray and evaporates automatically.

• The defrost water drain hole should be cleaned periodically with the defrost drain plug to prevent the water from collecting on the bottom of the refrigerator instead of flowing out.

• You can also pour ½ glass of water into the drain hole to clean inside.

Replacing the Light Bulb

Figure 1 Figure 2

When replacing the bulb of the refrigerator;

1.

Unplug the unit from the power supply.

2.

Press the hook in the front of the light cover such as Figure 1 and remove the light cover.

3.

Change the present light bulb with a new one of not more than 15 W.

4.

Replace the light cover and after waiting 5 minutes re-power the appliance.

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PART 5.

BEFORE CALLING YOUR AFTER SALES SERVICE

If your refrigerator is not working properly, it may be a minor problem, therefore check the following.

The appliance does not operate,

Check if;

• There is a power failure,

• The mains plug is not properly plugged in, or is loose

• The thermostat setting is on position “0”,

• The socket is defective. To check this, plug in another appliance that you know which is working into the same socket.

The appliance performs poorly;

Check if;

• You have overloaded the appliance,

• The doors are not closed perfectly,

• There are not enough ventilation ducts on the kitchen unit as mentioned in the

Installation Manual.

If there is noise;

The cooling gas which circulates in the refrigerator circuit may make a slight noise

(bubbling sound) even when the compressor is not running. Do not worry, this is quite normal. If these sounds are different check if;

• The appliance is installed firmly as described in the Installation Manual.

• The objects on the appliance are vibrating.

If there is water in the lower part of the refrigerator;

Check if;

The drain hole for defrost water is not clogged (use defrost drain plug to clean the drain hole).

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If your fridge is not cooling enough;

Your fridge is designed to operate in the ambient temperature intervals stated in the standards, according to the climate class stated in the information label. W e do not recommend operating your fridge out of stated temperatures value limits in terms of cooling effectiveness.

Climate Class Ambient Temperature (°C)

T

ST

Between 16 and 43 (°C)

Between 16 and 38 (°C)

N

SN

Between 16 and 32 (°C)

Between 10 and 32 (°C)

IMPORTANT NOTES:

• In case of a sudden power loss or disconnecting and reconnecting of the plug to the electrical socket, the compressor protective thermal element will be opened due to the pressure of the gas in the cooling system not yet being balanced. 4 or 5 minutes later, the appliance will start to operate; this is normal.

• If you won’t be using your appliance for a significant period (such as a long holiday), please disconnect the plug from the socket. Defrost and clean the appliance as detailed in Part 4 of this document and leave the door open to prevent any humidification or odour formation.

• If there is still a problem with your appliance, although you have followed the instructions in this book, please contact your nearest authorized service centre.

Conformity Information

• Tropical Class is defined for the environment temperatures between 16°C and 43°C in accordance with the TS EN ISO 15502 Standards.

• Th e ap plianc e is d esign ed in co mp lian ce with the EN1 55 02 , IEC6 03 35 -1 /

IEC60335-2-24, 2004/108/EC standards.

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PART 6.

PARTS OF THE APPLIANCE AND THE

COMPARTMENTS

1

6

2 4 3 5

This presentation is only for information about the parts of the appliance.

Parts may vary according to the appliance model.

1) REFRIGERATOR SHELF

2) CRISPER COVER(SAFETY GLASS)

3) CRISPER

4) THERMOSTAT BUTTON

5) BOTTLE SHELF

6) BUTTER SHELF

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