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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ...............................................................................
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INSTRUCTIONS D’INSTALLATION ............................................................................ 34
INSTRUCCIONES DE INSTALACIÓN ......................................................................... 64
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Table of Contents
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ..............
5
Installation options ..............................................
6
Individual appliance ..................................................
6
Side-by-Side ................................................................
6
Individual appliances with partition ........................
6
Individual appliance at the end of the kitchen .....
6
Installation ............................................................
7
Installation room..........................................................
1.
Attaching the anti-tip-brackets .......... 13
2.
Attaching an alternative
anti-tip-device ....................................... 14
3.
Attaching an edge protection ........... 14
4.
Attaching the fastening sheets
(lateral) ................................................... 14
5.
Pushing the appliance into
the installation enclosure ................... 15
7
1.
Aligning the appliance in
the installation enclosure ................... 16
Stable installation ......................................................
7
2.
Installation enclosure ................................................
7
Attaching the appliance to
the installation enclosure ................... 16
Furniture ......................................................................
7
1.
Attaching the toe kick panel ............. 18
Floor .............................................................................
7
2.
Aligning the base panel ..................... 18
Aligning the appliance ..............................................
7
3.
Switching the appliance ON ............. 19
Connecting the power .........................................
8
4.
Preparing the door panels ................ 19
5.
Loading the appliance door .............. 19
Grounding instruction ...............................................
8
6.
Additional grounding procedure .............................
8
Removing the installation
support part .......................................... 19
Connecting the water ..........................................
8
7.
Attaching the adjusting rail
to the door panel ................................ 20
Installation dimensions .......................................
9
8.
Attaching the fixation strips
to the door panel ................................ 20
9.
Attaching the door panel ................... 21
Required accessories and tools ......................... 10
Supplied accessories ............................................... 10
Optional accessories ................................................ 10
10. Attaching the lower bracket .............. 22
11. Attaching the strips ............................. 23
Other required accessories ..................................... 10
Other ............................................................................ 10
12. Adjusting the door spring .................. 23
Special installation ..............................................
24
Tools ............................................................................ 10
Changing over the door hinges ............... 24
Installation instructions ...................................... 11
Removing/changing over
the sealing mat ............................................ 27
1.
Checking the installation
enclosure .............................................. 11
Side-by-Side installation ............................. 27
2.
Removing the packaging .................. 11
Preparing to connect the water ................ 30
3.
Transport of the appliance ................ 12
Connecting the water to the appliance ..... 31
4.
Installation preparation ...................... 12
Aligning the ice-water dispenser .............. 31
5.
Special installation .............................. 12
Attaching the cover strips ......................... 32
Adjusting the door opening angle ........... 33
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
, WARNING
These appliances are top-heavy and must be
secured to prevent the possibility of tipping forward.
Anti-tip protection is required.
Keep doors closed until the appliance is completely
installed and secured per installation instructions.
Due to the weight and size of this appliance, and to
reduce the risk of personal injury or damage to the
product – TWO PEOPLE ARE REQUIRED FOR
PROPER INSTALLATION.
General
These installation instructions are intended for use by
qualified installers. All connections for water, electrical
power and grounding must comply with local codes and
ordinances and be made by licensed personnel when
required. In the absence of a local code:

In the U.S.A., in accordance with the National
Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA70 – latest edition/State
and Municipal codes and/or local codes.

In Canada, in accordance with the Canadian Electric
Code C22.1 – latest edition/Provincial and
Municipal codes and/or local codes.
This appliance must be properly grounded. See the
section on “Connecting the power”.
Use this appliance only for its intended purpose.
Definitions
Immediately repair or replace electric service cords
that become frayed or damaged.
,
This indicates that death or serious injuries may
occur as a result of not observing this warning.
Unplug the appliance or switch off the fuse before
cleaning or making repairs.
Repairs should be made by a qualified service
technician.
WARNING:
,
CAUTION:
This indicates that minor or moderate injuries or
damage may occur as a result of not observing
this warning.
NOTE
Installation of this appliance requires basic
mechanical, carpentry and plumbing skills.
Note:
Proper installation is the responsibility of the
installer.
This is used to draw the user's attention to something in
particular.
Product failure due to improper installation is not
covered under the Appliance Warranty.
See the Owner's Manual for warranty information.
IMPORTANT
Save these instructions for local inspector's use.
Observe all governing codes and ordinances.
Note to Installer – Be sure to leave these
instructions with the Consumer.
Note to Consumer – Keep these instructions with
your Owner's Manual for future reference.
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Installation options
There are many different installation options.
Individual appliances with partition
These are limited only by the design of the kitchen.
See also “Kitchen Design Quick Reference”.
Individual appliance
Side-by-Side

When dimensioning the partition for model 4, note
the thickness of the door panels to prevent damage
if the doors are opened at the same time.

Use the Heater Kit for Side-by-Side Installation if the
gap between the appliances is less
than 6" (160 mm).
See the section on “Required accessories and
tools/Optional accessories”.

Minimum thickness of the partition 5/8" (16 mm).
Individual appliance at the end of the
kitchen
If one side of the appliance is visible, a side panel must
be used.
The side panel must be connected firmly to the wall, the
floor and overhead cabinet/fixtures before the appliance
is placed in the installation enclosure.
The dimensions of the side panel are taken from the
opposite installation enclosure wall. During installation
ensure that the installation enclosure is square and the
proper size.
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Installation
,
WARNING:
Do not install the appliance:
 outdoors,
 in an environment with dripping water,
 in rooms which are less than 32 °F (0 °C).
Appliance is very heavy:
Refrigerator 24" approx. 310 Ibs/140 kg
Refrigerator 30" approx. 350 Ibs/158 kg
Freezer 18"
approx. 255 Ibs/115 kg*
Freezer 24"
approx. 300 Ibs/135 kg*
Freezer 30"
approx. 335 Ibs/150 kg*
Wine unit 18
"approx. 300 Ibs/135 kg
Wine unit 24
"approx. 360 Ibs/160 kg
(* without Water Dispenser)
Installation room
The appliance should be installed in a dry, ventilated
room.
The ambient temperature should not drop below 55 °F
(13 °C) or rise above 110 °F (43 °C), otherwise
malfunctions may occur.
The installation location should not be exposed to direct
sunlight and not placed near a heat source, such as an
oven, radiator, etc. If installation next to a heat source is
unavoidable, use a suitable insulating plate or observe
the following minimum distances from the heat source:
 11/4" (30 mm) from an electric range,

12" (300 mm) from a gas range.
It is important to observe the specified dimensions of the
installation enclosure for a trouble-free installation of the
appliance.
In particular ensure that the installation enclosure is
square.
Squareness can be checked by suitable means,
e.g. level, diagonal measurements, etc.
Furniture
The new appliance must be screwed securely to
adjacent and overhead furniture.
For this reason it is essential that all attachable furniture
are connected securely to the floor or the wall by suitable
means.
Floor
,
WARNING:
A fully-loaded appliance is very heavy – for the
loadbearing capacity minimum see the following:
Refrigerator 24" approx. 890 Ibs/400 kg
Refrigerator 30" approx. 1110 Ibs/500 kg
Freezer 18"
approx. 560 Ibs/250 kg*
Freezer 24"
approx. 780 Ibs/350 kg*
Freezer 30"
approx. 950 Ibs/425 kg*
Wine unit 18"
approx. 550 Ibs/245 kg
Wine unit 24"
approx. 694 Ibs/310 kg
(* without Water Dispenser)
To ensure that the appliance is installed securely and
functions properly, the floor must be flat and level.
Stable installation
The floor must be made of a hard, rigid material.
The appliance is very heavy and has a tendency to tilt
forwards when the appliance door is opened.
Do not open the door until there is no possibility of the
appliance tilting over.
The floor in the installation area must be at the same
level as the rest of the room (no step up or down).
The safest method of installing the appliance in a stable
position is to use the supplied anti-tip devices.
If the installation enclosure is adequately stable and the
appliance can be attached securely to the upper and
side walls of the installation enclosure, this may provide
additional stability. A prerequisite for this is always a firm
connection between the installation enclosure and back
wall!
On account of the heavy weight of a fully loaded
appliance, a load-bearing floor is required. If in doubt,
contact an architect or a building expert.
Aligning the appliance
To ensure that the appliance functions correctly, it must
be levelled properly.
If the appliance is not level, water may flow out of the ice
maker, ice cubes may be irregular or the doors may not
close properly.
If in doubt, contact an architect or a building expert.
Installation enclosure
Note:
It is strongly recommended the top panel of the niche be
of solid material at least 5/8" (16 mm) thickness. If, for
some reasons, a seperate niche cabinet is created, make
sure that the furniture return area is at least 4" deep.
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Additional grounding procedure
Connecting the power
,
Some local regulations may require a seperate ground.
In such cases, the required ground wire, clamp and
screw are available as a separate accessory and must
be purchased seperately.
WARNING:
Electrical Shock Hazard
 Plug into a grounded 3 prong outlet.
 Do not remove ground prong.
Never ground the appliance to plastic plumbing lines,
gas lines or water pipes.
 Do not use an adapter.
 Do not use an extension cord.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in
death, fire, or electrical shock.
Follow all state and local codes or NEC.
The appliance comes with a UL listed 3 wire power
supply cord.
The appliance requires a 3-wire receptacle.
The receptacle must be installed by a licensed
electrician only.
The receptacle must be a 15 A breaker or fuse.
Connecting the water
,
CAUTION:
Only connect the appliance to drinking water!
A cold water connection is required for operation
of the automatic ice maker. The water pressure must
be between 25 and 120 psi. (1.72–8.25 bar).
The installation must comply with local plumbing
regulations.
A separate shut-off valve must be installed for the
appliance water connection.
Do not use a self-piercing valve!
Appliance
Maximal load at one time
Refrigerator 24"
2.0 Ampere
Refrigerator 30"
2.0 Ampere
Freezer 18"
(incl. IceMaker)
3.5 Ampere
Freezer 24"
(incl. IceMaker)
4.0 Ampere
Freezer 30"
(incl. IceMaker)
4.5 Ampere
The supply pipe can be located at the side on the right
(a), at the side on the left (b) or underneath (c).
Wine unit 18"
2.0 Ampere
Wine unit 24"
2.0 Ampere
Maximum outer diameter of the water pipe
(without fittings): 3/8" (9.5 mm).
For the installation position of the receptacle see
“Installation dimensions”.
Grounding instruction
This appliance must be grounded. In the event of
a malfunction or breakdown, grounding will reduce
the risk of electric shock by providing a path of least
resistance for the electric current.
,
WARNING:
Improper connection of the equipment grounding
conductor may result in electric shock. Have the
appliance checked by a qualified electrician or
service technician if you are in doubt as to
whether the appliance has been properly
grounded.
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The shut-off valve for the water connection must not be
behind the appliance. It is recommended to place the
shut-off valve directly next to the appliance or in another
easily accessible location.
When installing the water connection, observe the
permitted installation areas for the pipe. For the
permitted installation areas and dimensions see
“Installation dimensions”.
Installation dimensions
X
Y
18“
9“
(457 mm)
(229 mm)
24“
12“
(610 mm)
(305 mm)
30“
15“
(762 mm)
(381 mm)
IMPORTANT !
It is strongly recommended the top
panel of the enclosure be of solid
material at least 5/8" (16 mm)
thickness.
IMPORTANT !
The side walls of the enclosure
must be perfectly straight.
The furniture return area has to be
at least 4" (100 mm) deep.
Legend:
A
Area for installation of the water connection
It is recommended the water-box be placed adjacent to the installation enclosure, so that it can be accessed for
service without uninstalling the appliance. If this is not possible, place the recessed water box within the shaded
area.
B
Area for installation of the power connection
C
Opening depth of enclosure, depending on kitchen design
C = 24" (610 mm) minimum
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Required accessories and tools
Supplied accessories

Installation instructions

Operating instructions

Installation kit
Optional accessories
Sealing Kit for Side-by-Side Installation BSEALKIT10
Tools
Cordless screwdriver
Torx bit T20 + magnetic
holder
For permanent connection of two individual appliances,
e.g. Freezer next to Refrigerator.
Freedom Heater Kit for Side-by-Side Installation
XHEATKIT10
If the gap between the appliances is less
than 6" (160 mm).
Torx screwdriver T20
5/
16"
(8 mm) hex nut driver
Panel unification part (Metal strip) FPCONNTS10
For connection of two door panels. Can be used
for standard height door panels without further
preliminary work.
Other required accessories
Ice maker installation kit 1/4" OD copper line
For connecting appliances which require water,
e.g. for an ice maker.
Maximum outer diameter of the water pipe
(without fittings): 13/32" (10 mm).
Other

Stepladder

Dolly, hand truck

Hammer drill for drilling holes in wall or floor

Bits according suitable for material and in different
sizes

Wooden beam (cross section min. 3" x 4") as an
alternative tip protection, length according to the
width of the installation enclosure

Wooden screws in different sizes

Thin plywood sheet, particle board or cardboard to
protect the floor from damage

Suitable material for covering and protecting
furniture (e.g. protective sheets)

Adhesive tape
Note:
Before using, check whether the removed adhesive
tape leaves adhesive residue on the work surfaces!
Otherwise do not use on high-quality work surfaces.
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Wood drills in different sizes
Open end wrench 1/2"
(SW 13 mm)
Multigrip pliers
Adjustable wrench
Cutter with adjustable blade
Metal tape measure,
folding rule
Square
Level, length 2' (60 cm) and
4' (1,2 m)
Installation instructions
The following installation instructions describe the
installation steps for various appliance types:
2.
Removing the packaging
,
WARNING:

Refrigerator units

Freezer units
Be careful, otherwise people who are helping may
be injured or the appliance may be damaged!

Freezer units with ice maker
 The appliance may tip over while it is being

Freezer units with ice-water dispenser
unpacked or if the doors are opened.
 The appliance is very heavy.

Wine storage units
Therefore the diagrams may be a general representation
of your appliance.
Particular reference is made to special installation steps
for individual appliance types.
1.
Checking the installation enclosure
,
CAUTION:
Use the following check list for a safe and trouble
free installation.
1.
Note:
Check appliance for damage in transit.
Do not install the appliance if it is visibly damaged.
If in doubt, contact your dealer.
To avoid floor damage:
1.
Remove the packaging carton and be careful not to
damage the surface of appliance.
2.
Place packaging cardboard or plywood under the
appliance.
3.
Remove accessories from the outside
of the appliance.
Check the floor.
Save adhesive tape which was used to attach
the supplied accessories to the appliance.
It can be used subsequently for attaching an edge
protection to the installation enclosure walls
(see section on “A / 3. Attaching an edge
protection”).
See section on “Installation/Floor”.
2.
Check the dimensions of the installation enclosure,
see “Installation dimensions”.
3.
Check that the installation enclosure is square.
4.
Check location of the socket.
4.
Remove transportation protection devices (a) and lift
appliance off the pallet – appliance is very heavy!
5.
Carefully open the appliance – risk of tipping over –
and remove accessories and installation materials
from inside the appliance. Close the door again.
See section on “Connecting the power” and in the
section on “Installation dimensions”.
5.
Check location of the water connection
(only for appliances with ice maker).
See section on “Connecting the water” and in the
section on “Installation dimensions”.
6.
Check attachment of the adjacent cabinet/fixtures.
All cabinet parts in the vicinity of the appliance must
be connected securely to the wall.
7.
Check that adjacent cabinet/fixtures have adequate
clearance (door opening angle).
Note:
Do not remove transportation safety devices which
protect the shelves and storage compartments
inside the appliance until the installation is complete,
otherwise the parts may be damaged.
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3.
Transport of the appliance
4.
Installation preparation
,
WARNING:
Unpack installation materials and accessories.
Be careful, otherwise people who are helping may
be injured or the appliance may be damaged.
To simplify installation, the packages are identified with
labels A, B and C corresponding with the manual
sections.
The appliance is very heavy.
The appliance is 83 1/8" (2126 mm) tall. If the appliance
cannot be transported in an upright position,
the appliance can be transported horizontally.
Note:
Do not raise up the appliance via the side panels. Risk of
damage to the appliance!
When raising up the appliance, observe the required
minimum height at the installation location according to
the following table:
Raise up via
appliance rear
Do not raise up from
appliance side
5.
Special installation
This symbol indicates that additional steps need to be
taken before proceeding to the next chapter.
Minimum height
86"/2185 mm
Do not raise up the
appliance via the side
panels!
Special installation steps are described after section C.
 Change over door hinge, see
“Changing over the door hinges”.
 Sealing mat, see “Removing/
Note:
Always use the appliance dolly from the rear side of the
appliance. Never push it in from the front under the
appliance. Risk of damage to the appliance!
changing over the sealing mat”
 Side-by-Side installation, see “Side-
by-Side installation”.
 Connecting the water, see “Preparing
to connect the water” an “Connecting
the water to the appliance”.
 Ice-water dispenser, see “Aligning the
ice-water dispenser“.
 Cover strips for a wine unit, see
“Attaching the cover strips”
 Door limitation pin, see “Adjusting the
door opening angle”.
1.
Transport the appliance to a suitable installation
location with suitable means of transportation
(trolley, lifting truck or hand).
2.
Secure the appliance during transportation to
prevent it from tipping.
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1.
Attaching the anti-tip-brackets
,
WARNING:
Risk of injury and damage!
Assure that there are no electrical wires or
plumbing in the area which the screws could
penetrate.
,
CAUTION:
Risk of injury! Always wear safety glasses and
other necessary protective devices or apparel
when installing or working with dowels.
Note:

2 anti-tip-brackets are required for each appliance.

The supplied set contains fastening screws for
various applications. Select the fastening screws
according to the local conditions.
The anti-tip-brackets (a) must overlap a minimum of
21/8” (54 mm) over the appliance to secure the
appliance.
If this minimum length cannot be observed for structural
conditions it is possible to do this by fastening
a spacer (b) behind the anti-tip angle, e.g. a sufficiently
dimensioned wood board.
Important notes for fastening with dowels and screws:
The length of the plank should correspond to the width
of the installation enclosure!
Not recommended for use in light-weight masonry
material such as cinder block.
1.
Specify the attachment points of the anti-tip-brackets
according to the section on “Installation
dimensions”.
Not recommended for use in new concrete which has not
had time to cure.
2.
Attach the anti-tip-brackets completely.
Be sure screws hold tight.
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2.
Attaching an alternative anti-tip
device
Important note:
If the anti-tip brackets cannot be attached securely,
an alternative anti-tip-device can be attached. However,
ensure that there is no play between the appliance and
the anti-tip-device. If possible, always screw the wooden
beam to existing studs on the rear panel of the
installation enclosure.
1. Saw the wooden beam (cross section min. 3" x 4")
to the required length. Length is equal to the width
of the installation enclosure!
3.
Attaching an edge protection
To protect the edges of the installation enclosure,
it is recommended to attach edge protection
made of a suitable material.
Note:
 If the installation enclosure is deeper than the
appliance, select a beam which has a larger
cross section or attach 2 beams.
 The beam must cover the appliance by
at least 2" (50.8 mm).
4.
Attaching the fastening sheets
(lateral)
Attach the fastening sheets (lateral) to the appliance.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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Mark the installation height (lower edge of the beam)
on the rear panel of the installation enclosure.
Select screws according to the thickness of the
wooden beam: length = min. 2.5 x beam thickness,
diameter #12 or #14.
Note:
Choose the number of screws according to the
installation enclosure width, thereby ensuring that
the beam can be attached securely.
Depending to the subsurface:
Locate wall studs in the rear of the installation
enclosure and accordingly transfer their location to
the wooden beam
or
fasten suitable dowel into the rear wall.
Predrill the wooden beam.
Attach the wooden beam to the rear panel of the
installation enclosure.
These are special installation steps.
Instructions are provided after section C.
 Change over door hinge, see
“Changing over the door hinges”.
 Sealing mat, see “Removing/
changing over the sealing mat”
 Side-by-Side installation, see “Side-
by-Side installation”.
 Connecting the water, see “Preparing
to connect the water”.
5.
Pushing the appliance into the installation enclosure
,
CAUTION:
5.
Caution when pushing the appliance into the
installation enclosure. Do not damage the water
line or power cord.
To prevent the power cord from becoming caught,
tie a piece of string to the middle of the power cord
and feed forwards over the top of the appliance.
When pushing in the appliance, pull the cable
upwards. Take care not to pinch the power cord.
Note:
or
When the floor or the appliance is not leveled in
comparison to the installation enclosure adjust height
adjustable wheels before you move the appliance into
the installation enclosure.
Using adhesive tape, tape the power cord to the
floor centrally behind the appliance approx.
15" (380 mm) away from the rear panel of
the installation enclosure.
1.
Remove the base panel.
6.
2.
Raise the height-adjustable wheels at the back
by approx. 3/8" (10 mm).
Carefully push the appliance into the installation
enclosure.
7.
Remove edge protection (if attached).
3.
Put the electric plug into the socket.
4.
Push the water line into the guard tube (a) at the rear
of the appliance.
,
WARNING:
Be careful, otherwise people who are helping may
be injured or the appliance may be damaged.
The appliance may tip over while the water line is
pushing into the guard tube.
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1.
Aligning the appliance in the
installation enclosure
The height adjustment gauge (b) is used
to set this height correctly. The upper
edge of the gauge must be in alignment
with the mark on the appliance.
Note:

To ensure that the appliance functions correctly,
it must be set perfectly levelled.

Do not twist or jam the appliance inside the
installation enclosure! When adjusting the heightadjustable feet, proceed gradually: Always alternate
between left and right, etc.

For easier adjustment of the rear feet take the weight
off by slightly tilting the appliance forward.

Do not bend the appliance against the anti-tipbrackets.
2.
Unscrew the feet at the front of the appliance until
the mark (a) on the appliance is in alignment with the
upper edge of the height adjustment gauge (b).
3.
Align the appliance vertically using the feet
at the back. Use a level!
The positioning aid on the door have been designed for
the following total thickness of door panels:

3

11/2" (38 mm)
/4" (19 mm)
Always take account of the possible differing thickness
of the panel fronts which are to be fitted subsequently.
1.
Align the appliance with the cabinet fronts using the
positioning aid.
Place level over the positioning aid on the door.
2.
The height-adjustable feet at the front and rear can all be
adjusted from the front.
Front:
with open-ended wrench 1/2"
(Width across flats 13 mm)
Rear:
with 5/16" (8 mm) hex nut driver via flexible
shaft.
The mark (a) attached at the appliance base is used as
a standard gage for height adjustment. When adjusting
the height, align this mark at a height of 11/2" (32 mm)
above the floor.
It is very important to comply with this dimension for the
subsequent alignment of the furniture fronts.
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Attaching the appliance to the
installation enclosure
It is essential to attach the appliance to the top of the
installation enclosure.
1. Screw the attachment plate lugs (top) to the
overhead furniture.
2. If there is a fairly large gap above the appliance,
fit a wooden beam above the appliance, ensuring
that the wooden beam fits the gap exactly.
3.
4.
If there enough room on the top of the appliance fix
the attachment plate side lugs (top) to the side of the
enclosure.
5.
Shorten the fitting strip (a) to the required height to
fill the gap.
6.
Press fitting strip (a) into the cover strip.
7.
Attach the cover strip (b) to the attachment plate
(top).
Screw on the bars of the fastening sheets (lateral)
with the cabinet parts located next to them.
Note:
In the case of a Side-by-Side installation this
installation step is not possible. These parts have
been removed.
Note:
In the case of a side-by-side installation connect both
cover rails to the bolt included in the installation
accessories for side-by-side installation.
These are special installation steps.
Instructions are provided after section C.
 Connecting the water, see
“Connecting the water to the
appliance”.
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1.
Attaching the toe kick panel
Note:
Risk of damage to the appliance. Do not cover ventilation
slots in the base panel.
Wooden panel
1.
If required, shorten wooden panel to the required
length.
2.
Screw wooden panel to the base panel from behind.
There are already screw holes in the base panel.
Nominal dimensions to be observed:
2.
Aligning the base panel
1.
Put on the base panel (do not screw on) and
measure the difference in depth A between the base
panel and toe kick panel of the adjacent cabinet.
2.
Remove the base panel.
3.
Adjust the brackets (a) to the dimensions A and
tighten.
4.
Attach the base panel.
Stainless steel panel (accessory)
1.
Attach the base panel to the appliance (do not
screw on).
2.
Remove the protective film from the adhesive pads.
3.
Fit the toe kick panel to the base panel and press
firmly into place.
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3.
Switching the appliance ON
To guarantee the accuracy of the following working steps
and thus the appearance of the overall kitchen front later
on, the appliance should now be operated.
1.
Open the appliance door.
2.
Press the POWER button.
3.
Press the POWER button again to shut off.
Only for appliances with a water connection:
In order to avoid the risk of damage caused by leaking
water from damage possibly caused to the water pipe
feeding the appliance, keep the shut-off valve closed.
4.
5.
Loading the appliance door
When attaching the door panels, it is recommended to
load the door storage compartments in the appliance
with weights in order to ensure that the gap width is as
precise as possible.
Recommendations:

18" Appliance:
22 lbs/10 kg

24" Appliance:
33 lbs/15 kg

30" Appliance:
44 lbs/20 kg
Preparing the door panels
Important note:
When performing any work on the door panels, always
observe the following:

Always screw into the best load-bearing material of
the door panel.

Never screw into fillers, decorative strips or similar.

Select a screw length which is always shorter than
the thickness of the door panel.

To prevent damage, protect surfaces of the door
panels during installation.
6.
The total weight of the door panel must not exceed the
following values:

18" Appliance
44 Ibs/20 kg (19 lbs/8.5 kg *)

24" Appliance
55 Ibs/25 kg (32 lbs/14.5 kg *)

30" Appliance
64 Ibs/29 kg
Removing the installation support
part
Unscrew the positioning aid from the appliance door.
Note:
Store the positioning aids, there will be used in an
installation step later.
(* Wine unit)
In the case of 30" and 36" wide appliances 2 adjacent
door panels can be attached instead of one large door.
These door panels must be connected to a metal strip
on the rear.
This metal strip can be purchased from customer service
as an optional accessory, see the section on “Required
accessories and tools/Optional accessories”.
Note:
The instructions for carrying out this work step can be
found in the separate installation instructions for this
accessory.
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7.
1.
Attaching the adjusting rail to
the door panel
Measure the distance A between the adjusting rail
and the overhead cabinet/fixtures.
Notes:

Attach the adjusting rail to the door panel with at
least 10 screws. One screw should be inserted
under each double threaded bolt.

The adjusting rail features a variety of holes for the
many different design options of door panels.
Always screw into the best load-bearing material of
the door panel.
8.
Attaching the fixation strips to the
door panel
Note:
The fixation strips are pre-assembled for stainless steel
doors. In this case continue with the next installation step
(“C / 9. Attaching the door panel”).
2.
Loosen the 2 nuts (a) and remove the adjusting
rail (b).
3.
Mark this amount A on the rear of the door panel.
4.
Determine and mark the centerline of the door panel.
5.
Put on the adjusting rail and align along the marks.
Mark the drill holes.
6.
Drill the holes.
7.
Screw on the adjusting rail tightly.
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1.
Hang the door panel on the double threaded
bolt (a).
2.
Align the door panel with the double threaded bolts
(Torx screwdriver).
Re-examine the dimensions of the gap continuously.
Use the height adjustment gauge (b).
3.
Transfer the middle drill holes along the outer edge
of the appliance door to the door panel and mark.
4.
Remove the door panel.
5.
Using the positioning aid, mark the vertical sides of
the door panel parallel.
9.
Attaching the door panel
Note:
Now attach the furniture handles which are screwed from
behind!
6.
Using a square, extend the drill hole marks which
you have just made to the vertical marks.
7.
Apply the fixation strip and mark out the holes.
8.
Pre-drill the holes.
9.
Screw on the fixation strips.
1.
Remove the fixing brackets (a) from the appliance
door. To do this, loosen the bracket screws (b) only.
2.
Insert removed fixing brackets (a) into the adjusting
rails (b) on the door panel.
3.
Open the appliance door.
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4.
Hang the door panel with adjusting rail over the
double threaded bolts (1.).
5.
Lower door panel and push the fixing brackets down
over the fastening screws (2.).
10. Screw nuts onto the double threaded bolts and
tighten. This will fix the side alignment of the door.
10. Attaching the lower bracket
The lower bracket fixes the side position of the door.
The number of lower brackets depends on the width and
the design of the door panel.
Screw on the lower brackets (Installation kit).
Predrill holes in the door panel!
6.
Adjust the door panel using the double threaded
bolts (Torx screwdriver). Re-examine the
dimensions of the gap continuously.
7.
Close the door and check that the depth of the door
panel is aligned with the adjacent fronts.
If required, correct.
8.
Tighten the bracket screws to fix the depth
alignment.
9.
Close the door and check the side alignment.
Correct by gently tapping the edge of the open door
panel with your hand.
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1.
Loosen the screw.
2.
Push the bracket over the screw.
3.
Check the side position of the door.
4.
Screw in the screw.
5.
Tighten the screw.
6.
Put the cover on the brackets.
11. Attaching the strips
12. Adjusting the door spring
1.
Rotate the adjusting screw with a cross-head
screwdriver.
Attach the cover strip (a) on the door.
I = maximum spring tension
0 = no spring tension
2.
Attach the light switch cover.
The cover can be screwed to the door.
These are special installation steps.
Instructions are provided after section C.
 Ice-water dispenser, see “Aligning the
ice-water dispenser“.
 Cover strips for a wine unit, see
“Attaching the cover strips”
Side-by-Side installation only:
 Door limitation pin, see “Adjusting the
door opening angle”.
Installation of the appliance is now complete.
Insert the cover strip into the space between the
appliances.
The cover rail is included in the installation accessories
for side-by-side installation.
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Special installation
Changing over the door hinges
,
3.
Unscrew (1.) and remove (2.) the door.
4.
Remove the hinges.
5.
Remove the ventilation grille.
WARNING:
Risk of injury!
Before working on the hinge, release the spring.
Note:

The door hinges cannot be exchanged in the case
of freezers with ice and water dispensers.

Switching the door hinge is made easier if the
appliance is stored here on the back (put the pallet
underneath).
1.
2.
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Release the spring on the hinge. Loosen the screw
from I to 0.
Remove the hinge box covers.
6.
Mount new the ventilation grill.
7.
Change over the hinge angle.
8.
Attach the ventilation grille.
9.
Change over the screw for the lower bracket.
A replacement part for the ventilation grille to adapt to
the modified door hinge is included in the installation
materials and accessories.
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10. Change over the fixation parts on the door.
13. Span the spring on the hinge. Tighten the screw
from 0 to I.
14. Fix the hinge box cover.
11. Fix the hinges on the appliance. Change the hinges
crosswise!
12. Fix the door.
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Removing/changing over
the sealing mat
Freezers are factory equipped with a sealing mat for the
Side-by-side installation.
Side-by-Side installation
If a Side-by-Side installation is intended, now connect the
two appliances together.
1.
Unpack the Side-by-Side kit and check that no parts
are missing.
2.
Place the appliances next to each other in the
intended configuration.
If the installation is planned as a individual unit,
the sealing mat is not needed and can be removed.
For the Side-by-Side installation the sealing mat is
absolutely necessary.
If the door hinge of the freezer to the other side has been
placed before, the sealing mat must also be
implemented to the opposite side.
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3.
Unscrew the base panels.
Note:

Freezers are factory equipped with a sealing mat for
the Side-by-side installation.
Continues the work to step 6.

Attach the mat always left standing appliance!
4.
Stick sealing mat from the Side-by-Side kit around
the edge. Secure the sealing mat with the pins.
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5.
Place the water-absorbing stripes from the Side-bySide kit on the side wall and secure with self
adhesive tape.
6.
Screw side plates from the Side-by-Side kit to both
appliances. Note the position of both appliances!
7.
Screw the hinge halves in the Side-by-Side kit to
both appliances.
10. Push the appliances together at the front as far as
possible.
11. Loosen the screws on the top of the appliance and
screw the installation aids to the upper side of both
appliances.
8.
Push the appliances together until the hinge halves
interlock.
9.
Insert pins into the hinges.
12. Pull the appliances together at the top with Water
pump pliers (A).
13. When the appliances have been completely pulled
together, insert the bar into the upper plates.
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14. Pull the appliances together at the bottom with Water
pump pliers.
Preparing to connect the water
15. When the appliances have been completely pulled
together, insert the bar into the lower plates.
Use a tool to push the bar in all the way.
(only for appliances which require a water connection)
Note:
Turn off the main water tap to prevent damage caused
by leaking water.
1.
Attach the water line to the shut-off valve according
to the instructions supplied by the manufacturer of
the ice maker installation kit.
2.
Install the water line.
Always observe the indicated dimensions to prevent
damage to the water line when pushing in the
appliance.
16. Remove the installation aids.
To attach the cover strip to the attachment plate (top):
17. Connect both cover rails to the bolt included in the
Side-by-Side kit.
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Connecting the water to the appliance
Aligning the ice-water dispenser
Note:
(for freezer unit with ice-water dispenser only)
When bending the water line, do not kink it, otherwise
there is a risk of leaks and water damage.
Note:
1.
Remove the cap from the appliance connection (1.).
2.
Bend the water line according to the location of the
connection on the appliance (2.).
3.
Push the union nut and seal onto the water line.
4.
Push the end of the water line into the appliance
connection and screw on the union nut (3.).
Tighten hand-tight.
5.
6.
Using the open-ended wrench, tighten the union nut.
Do not overturn!
In the case of appliances with a high-grade steel door,
there is a special covering frame.
The ice-water dispenser can be aligned inside the cutout
of the door panel. This allows the dispenser to be aligned
parallel to the door panel in order to obtain an optimum
overall appearance.
Note:
We suggest to attach the frame before adjusting the
dispenser unit!
1.
Slide cover frame onto the ice-water dispenser and
press in until the frame is flush with the door surface.
2.
Loosen screws on the 4 clamps (1.).
3.
Insert flat screwdriver into one of the 4 slots and
push the blocks sideways until the ice-water
dispenser has the same distance from the door
panel (2.).
4.
Retighten the screws on the clamps (3.).
Push back the water line into the guard tube as far
as possible (4.).
7.
Open the shut-off valve and main water tap.
8.
Check the connection on the shut-off valve and on
the appliance for leaks.
9.
Close the shut-off valve.
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5.
Insert covers.
6.
Insert the water collecting tray.
Attaching the cover strips
(for wine storage cupboard only)
1.
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If the frame width is narrow, the cover strip side
piece may have to be shortened. To determine the
required length of the side piece, test pieces are
enclosed with the cover strip.
2.
Push cover strips on the longitudinal side into the
gap between the door panel (a) and glass pane (b).
3.
Cut the cover strips on the short sides to the
required length.
4.
Slide cover strips in the gap between the door
panel (a) and glass pane (b).
Adjusting the door opening angle
Depending on the installation situation, it may be
necessary to adjust the door opening angle. A door
opening angle of 115° has been set at the factory.
To adjust the door opening angle to 90°:
1.
Open door to 90°.
2.
Insert the banking pin through the boreholes which
are now vertically aligned and drive in with
a hammer.
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1.
Options d'installation .......................................... 36
2.
Fixation d'un dispositif
anti-renversement alternatif ............... 44
3.
4.
5.
Installation ............................................................ 37
1.
2.
1.
2.
Sol ................................................................................ 37
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Accessoires fournis ................................................... 40
9.
Local d'installation ..................................................... 37
Installation stable ....................................................... 37
54
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Installation spéciale ............................ 42
34
–
Definitions
,
,
35
Appareil individuel
Côte à côte



36
Installation
,
AVERTISSEMENT:
Remarque:
 en plein air,
Ibs/140
Ibs/158
Ibs/115
Ibs/135
Ibs/150
Ibs/135
Ibs/160
kg
kg
kg*
kg*
kg*
kg
kg

Sol
,
37
,
38
AVERTISSEMENT:
Dimensions d'installation
X
Y
18“
9“
(457 mm)
(229 mm)
24“
12“
(610 mm)
(305 mm)
30“
15“
(762 mm)
(381 mm)
Légende :
A
B
C
39
Instructions d'installation


Kit d'installation
Tournevis Torx T20
Pince multiprises




40




1.
,
1.
2.
,
ATTENTION:
1.
2.
3.
4.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
41
5.
1.
2.
3.
,
AVERTISSEMENT:
4.
Installation spéciale
42
1.
,
,
Remarque:


2.
2.
43
1.
3.
Remarque:
2" (50,8 mm).
4.
2.
3.
4.
ou bien
6.
44
5.
,
ATTENTION:
5.
Remarque:
Ou bien
1.
2.
3.
4.
,
6.
7.
45
1.
3.
2.
46
3.
5.
6.
7.
Remarque:
4.
47
1.
2.
2.
1.
2.
3.
4.
2.
3.
48
3.
5.
1.
2.
3.

Appareil de 18" :
22 lbs/10 kg

Appareil de 24" :
33 lbs/15 kg

Appareil de 30" :
44 lbs/20 kg
4.



Appareil de 18" :
44 Ibs/20 kg (19 lbs/8,5 kg *)

Appareil de 24" :
55 Ibs/25 kg (32 lbs/14,5 kg *)

Appareil de 30" :
64 Ibs/29 kg
6.
49
7.
1.
Remarque:


8.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
50
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
9.
2.
51
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
52
1.
Desserrez la vis.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
1.
2.
53
2.
3.
4.
Remarque:


1.
54
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
55
56
2.
57
3.
Remarque:


4.
58
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
59
60
1.
2.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
1.
2.
3.
4.
7.
8.
9.
61
5.
6.
62
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
63
Índice
INSTRUCCIONES IMPORTANTES
DE SEGURIDAD ................................................... 65
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1.
2.
1.
2.
3.
Base ............................................................................. 67
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
84
Cambiando las bisagras ........................... 84
1.
2.
Desembalaje ........................................ 71
3.
4.
5.
64

,
,
NOTA
ADVERTENCIA:
65


66
ADVERTENCIA:
Nota:
–
Base
,
67
,
ADVERTENCIA:
,
Refrigerador 24"
2.0 Amper
Refrigerador 30"
2.0 Amper
3.5 Amper
4.0 Amper
4.5 Amper
2.0 Amper
2.0 Amper
68
X
Y
18“
9“
(457 mm)
(229 mm)
24“
12“
(610 mm)
(305 mm)
30“
15“
(762 mm)
(381 mm)
Leyenda:
A
B
C
69
–
–
Bit tipo Torx T20 y T30 +
un soporte magnético
Brocas para madera de
diversas medidas
Llave de boca 1/2" (13 mm)
Pinza universal
Llave ajustable
Otros









70
Regla metálica,
cinta métrica
Nota:




1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1.
,
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
2.
Desembalaje
,
ADVERTENCIA:
pesado.
71
3.
4.
,
ADVERTENCIA:
5.
2.
72
1.
,
,
Nota:


2.
2.
Montaje de un dispositivo
antivuelco adicional
73
1.
3.
4.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
74
5.
,
ATENCIÓN:
5.
1.
Quitar el panel base.
2.
6.
3.
7.
4.
,
75
1.
Nota:




3.
2.
3

11/2" (38 mm)
/4" (19 mm)
1/ "
2
76
2.
3.
5.
6.
7.
Nota:
4.
77
1.
2.
2.
1.
2.
Quite el panel base.
3.
4.
Monte el panel base.
2.
3.
78
3.
5.
1.

22 lbs/10 kg
2.

33 lbs/15 kg
3.

44 lbs/20 kg
4.



44 Ibs/20 kg
(19 lbs/8,5 kg *)

55 Ibs/25 kg
(32 lbs/14,5 kg *)

64 Ibs/29 kg
6.
79
7.
1.
Nota:


8.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Atornille el riel de ajuste firmemente.
80
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
9.
2.
3.
81
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
82
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
1.
2.
83
3.
4.
Quite las bisagras.
5.
Nota:


1.
2.
84
6.
7.
8.
9.
85
86
2.
87
3.
Nota:


4.
88
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
89
2.
90
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
91
3.
4.
2.
92
2.
93
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