Fagor BMF200X User manual

Fagor BMF200X User manual
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User’s Manual
Manual del Usuario
24” REFRIGERATOR
Refrigerador de 24”
BMF-200X
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Contents
Brief Introduction ....................................... 3
Important Safety Instructions .................... 3
Installing your New Appliance ................... 5
Description of the Appliance ................... 10
Display Controls ...................................... 11
Using your Appliance .............................. 13
Helpful Hints and Tips ............................. 14
Cleaning and Care ................................... 15
Troubleshooting ....................................... 17
Disposal of the Appliance........................ 19
Brief Introduction
Thank you for selecting Fagor. We are sure
you will find your new appliance a pleasure
to use.
Before you use your new appliance, we
recommend that you read through these
instructions carefully. This manual will
provide details about the appliance usage
and functions.
• Please make sure that all people
using this appliance are familiar with
its operation and safety features. It is
important that you install the appliance
correctly and pay attention to the safety
instructions.
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We recommend that you keep this user’s
manual for future reference and pass it
along to any future users.
This appliance is intended to be used in
households only, it is not intended for
commercial use.
If you feel that the appliance is not
operating correctly, please check
the
troubleshooting
section
(pg.
17) for assistance. If you should
need further assistance, contact
our customer service help line at
1-877-743-2467 to arrange a service call
by an authorized technician.
Important Safety Instructions
General Safety and Daily Use
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It is important that you use your
appliance safely and that you follow
the safety guidelines below.
Store any food in accordance with
the storage instructions from the
manufacturer.
Don’t use mechanical devices or means
other than those recommended by the
food manufacturer to speed up the
thawing process.
Don’t try to repair the appliance yourself.
It is dangerous to alter or modify this
product in any way.
Be careful not to damage refrigeration
circuits or the unit’s power cord. Any
damage to the cord may cause a short
circuit and could potentially lead to
electric shock or fire.
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Do not place food directly against the
air outlet on the rear wall of either the
refrigerator or freezer compartment, as
this could affect proper air circulation.
Do not place hot items near the plastic
components of this appliance.
Frozen food must not be refrozen once it
has been thawed out.
Don’t store carbonated drinks or glass
bottles containing liquid in the freezer as
they can burst.
Do not eat extremely cold ices or food as
they can produce burns in the mouth.
To avoid items falling and causing injury
or damage to the appliance, do not
overload the door racks or put too much
food in the crisper drawers.
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Safety for Children and Others
This appliance is not intended for use
by people (including children) who lack
experience or knowledge, except under
supervision or after receiving instruction
regarding use of the appliance from a person
responsible for their safety. Use by children
should be supervised to prevent them from
playing with or otherwise misusing the
appliance.
• Keep packing materials out of reach of
children, these materials are potentially
hazardous. During unit disposal, observe
local standards for this type of waste
material.
• Do not touch the hot compressor at
the rear bottom of the appliance as this
may cause physical injury. Keep children
away from the rear of the appliance.
• Do not place items on top of the
appliance as they could cause injury
should they fall off.
• Never allow children to hang or stand on
the doors, racks, shelves and drawers
etc.
Electrical Safety
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To avoid the risks that are always
present when using an electric
appliance, we recommend that you
follow the instructions below.
Unpack the appliance and carefully
check the interior and exterior. Should
any damage be evident, do not plug the
appliance in, but rather contact the store
immediately from which you purchased
it. Keep all packing materials if this
should occur.
We recommend that you wait for 4 hours
before connecting the appliance to a
power source to allow the refrigerant to
flow back into the compressor.
The appliance must be installed with
single phase alternating current of 110120/60Hz. If the voltage fluctuates, it
could exceed maximum voltage limit. An
automatic voltage regulator of more than
350W should be installed for safety.
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The main outlet must be accessible
when the appliance is installed. This
appliance must be grounded.
- This appliance is fitted with a fused
plug in accordance with local
standards. The fused plug should be
suitable for use in all houses fitted
with sockets in accordance with
current specifications.
- If the fitted plug is not suitable for
your outlets, contact a qualified
electrician.
Do not use extension cords when
connecting your appliance. Always plug
your appliance into its own individual
electrical outlet which has a voltage
rating matching the rating plate on the
unit. Using an outlet with other electrics
plugged in could cause overloading of
wiring circuits and a potential fire.
Make sure that the plug is not squashed
or damaged. Otherwise, it may cause a
short circuit, electric shock or fire.
Do not plug the power cord in if the
outlet is loose as this could lead to a risk
of electric shock or fire.
Switch off the appliance and disconnect
it from the main power before you clean
or move it.
Never unplug the appliance by pulling
on the power cord. Always grip the
plug firmly and pull straight out from the
outlet to prevent damaging the cord.
Do not operate the appliance without
the light cover for the interior light as
the light is very bright and might cause
vision damage if not properly protected
by the cover.
Any electrical component of the
appliance must be replaced or repaired
by a qualified electrician or authorized
service personnel. Only authentic Fagor
parts should be used.
Don’t place electrical devices such
as crock pots, blenders, ice cream
makers, etc. in the interior of the
refrigerator, unless recommended by the
manufacturer of the device.
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Installing your New Appliance
Before using the appliance for the first time,
review the following tips.
25/64” Min.
clearance from
the cabinet
Ventilation of Appliance
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B
To ensure the proper working conditions,
air must be allowed to circulate behind and
above the refrigerator. Leave at least 25/64
inch (10 mm) of space between the back
wall and the refrigerator condenser, and at
least 25/64 inch (10 mm) between the top
of the refrigerator and the cabinet or ceiling
above it. Leave at least 19/64 inch (7.5 mm)
of space between each side and a clear
space in front to allow the doors to open
135°.
Dimensions of the appliance with door
(Height x Width x Depth): 79 9/64” (2010mm)
x 23 27/64” (595mm) x 26 57/64” (683 mm).
Dimensions of the appliance without door
(Height x Width x Depth): 79 9/64” (2010mm)
x 23 27/64” (595mm) x 23 1/32” (585 mm)
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Note:
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This refrigerator can be inserted into a
kitchen cabinet. The space must have
the following minimum dimensions
shown in the figure above.
“A” : 24 1/64” (610mm)
“B” : 79 17/32” (2020mm)
“C” : 23 27/64” (595mm)
Top of Refrigerator
90° Swing
required for
pull-out shelf
clearance.
23 27/64” Min. clearance
for door swing.
Minimum installation clearance
Top: 25/64 inch (10 mm)
Back: 25/64 inch (10 mm)
Left Side: 19/64 inch (7.5 mm)
Right Side: 19/64 inch (7.5 mm)
19/64” Min.
clearance from
a corner to
achieve 90°
door swing.
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Do not install the refrigerator outdoors or
where it can be exposed to rain. Install
your appliance in a dry room and avoid
high humidity areas such as basements
and garages.
Install the refrigerator away from heat
sources and protect it from direct
sunlight in order to conserve energy.
Leveling the Appliance
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For sufficient leveling and air circulation
in the lower rear section of the appliance,
the bottom feet may need to be adjusted.
You can adjust them manually or by
using a suitable spanner.
The unit will not function properly if tilted
more than 25/64” (10 mm). Please level
the unit as flat as possible.
3. Attach the handle with the special
screws provided in the bag and then
install the handle covers.
Reversing the Door Hinge
The side which the door opens on can be
changed from the right side (as supplied)
to the left side. Disconnect the refrigerator
from the power outlet and remove products
stored on the inside of the door.
WARNING: This procedure should only be
carried out by qualified individuals. Certain
aspects of this procedure may require two
people.
Tools you will need:
≤25/64” (10mm)
8mm socket wrench
Flathead screwdriver
Installing the Door Handles
For transportation convenience, the door
handles are separately packaged in a plastic
bag. To install the handles, follow the steps
below.
1. Remove screw covers on the left side of
the door and put them into the plastic
bag.
2. Place the handle on the left side of
the door, keeping the screw holes in
the handle and the door in line, as the
picture shows.
Phillips screwdriver
8mm wrench
Note: When laying the refrigerator on its
back to gain access to the base, you should
rest it on a soft foam pad or similar material to
avoid damaging the back of the refrigerator.
To reverse the door, the following steps are
recommended.
1. With the refrigerator upright, open the
upper door to take out all door racks (to
avoid rack damage) and then close the
door.
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4. Remove the special flange self-tapping
screws indicated in the image below and
the upper hinge below. Unplug the earth
wire indicated below.
① Special flange self-tapping
screws
③ upper
①Upper cover
②Upper hinge cover (right)
③Upper cover of upper door
④Corner cover
hinge
② Ea rth wire
Door racks
Note: Please hold the upper door by hand
during step 4 to prevent door from dropping.
5. Remove the upper door by lifting
vertically and place it on a smooth
surface with the panel facing upwards.
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2. Remove the upper cover on the top of
the refrigerator starting from the right
side and then remove the upper cover of
the upper door.
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Then remove the corner cover and the
upper hinge cover. Put all parts into the
plastic parts bag.
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Remove the handle covers and screw
hole covers, then remove special self
tapping screws. Remove the handle and
switch it to the right side, then install the
self-tapping screws, handle covers and
screw hole covers in reverse order from
which they were removed.
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2
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②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑦
Handle covers
Special self-tapping screws
Handle
Screw hole covers
Door holder
Stop block
Self-tapping screws
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3. Disconnect reed switches shown in
images 1 and 2. Remove cover on the
cabinet body shown in image 3.
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Loosen the self-tapping screws, detach
the stop block and door holder. With the
handle in place, reinstall the door holder
and the spare stop block found in the
plastic bag. Do not use the one you just
removed, that one must be stored in the
plastic parts bag.
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6. Loosen screws used to hold the middle
hinge and remove middle hinge. Then
remove the lower door.
9. Place the refrigerator flat on the floor,
remove adjustable feet and self-tapping
screws. Remove the front foot fixed
board and lower hinge part.
Washer
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②
③
④
7. Place the lower door on a smooth
surface facing upwards. Change the
handle to the right side by following step
5 described in page 7. Remove the selftapping screws, detach the stop block
and door holder.
Lower hinge part(right)
Front foot fixed board
Adjustable bottom feet part
Self-t apping screws
Note: The washer may
stick to lower door.
10. Unscrew the lower hinge, change it
to the opposite side and reattach and
mount washer.
11. Change lower hinge part to the left
side and front foot fixed board to the
right side, then fasten with self-tapping
screws. Finally install adjustable feet.
Lower hinge part (left)
①
②
③
④
Handle covers
Special self-t apping screws
Handle
Screw hole covers
⑤ Door holder
⑥ Stop block
⑦ Self-t apping screws
Turn the door holder 180° and then install
it and the stop block on the opposite
side with the self-tapping screws.
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12. Remove the lower door by pulling down
and align the lower hole site and upper
hinge axis. Turn the middle hinge piece
180°, change the washer on the axis to
the upper side, adjust the middle hinge
to the appropriate position and then
reinstall it.
8. Change the screw hole covers on the
middle cover plate from left to right.
Note: The washer may
stick to lower door.
Washer
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13. Unscrew the upper hinge axis, turn the
upper hinge over and fix axis on it. Then
place it aside for later use.
17. Turn the corner cover of the door 180°
and install it onto the right corner of the
upper door, then mount the upper cover
of the upper door.
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14. Realign the wires on the left and right
slots of the refrigerator body as shown
below.
15. Place the door in the correct position,
adjust the upper hinge plastic part. Move
the earth wire into the slot on the upper
door from right to left and then fasten the
upper hinge and earth wire with the selftapping screws. Hold door in place when
installing.
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18. Take the reed switch out of the cover
(part 3 in step 3) and mount it on the
spare cover (found in spare parts bag,
marked with an R). Put the cover you just
removed in the parts bag.
Note: Be sure the front side of the reed
switch fits correctly when mounting.
19. Install the corner cover, connect the reed
switch and install the upper cover of the
upper door.
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2
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20. Open the upper door, mount door racks
and then securely close the door.
16. Connect reed switch according to step 3
(page 7) and then install the upper hinge
cover (in plastic bag).
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② upper hinge cover (left)
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Description of the Appliance
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Fridge door
Cabinet
LED light
Bottle rack
Glass shelf
Multi Fresh compartment
(fruits and vegetables)
Compartment Cover
Nature Fresh compartment
(meats and fish)
Twistable ice tray
Upper freezer drawer
Upper freezer glass shelf
Middle freezer drawer
Middle freezer glass shelf
Lower freezer drawer
Adjustable bottom feet
Covered dairy rack
Egg tray
Middle rack
Bottle holder
Bottle rack
Fridge door seal
Handles
Freezer door seal
Freezer door
Note: This diagram may not correspond exactly to your refrigerator. To get more space in the
freezer, you can remove the drawers (except the lower freezer drawer) and the twistable ice
tray.
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Display Controls
Use your appliance according to the following instructions, your appliance has the same
functions and modes as the control panels shown in the pictures below. When the appliance is
powered on for the first time, the backlighting of the icons on the display panel will illuminate.
If no buttons have been pressed and the doors are closed, the backlighting will turn off.
Temperature Recommendation
2. Fridge
The recommended temperature for the
refrigerator compartment is 39ºF (4ºC) and
the freezer compartment -1ºF (-18ºC) for
already frozen food.
Caution! When you set a temperature, you
set an average temperature for the whole
refrigerator cabinet. The interior temperature
can be affected by the temperature of the
environment, the arrangement of food inside
and the frequency of the door opening.
Press “
” to set desired fridge temperature between 35ºF (2ºC) and 46ºF (8ºC).
The preset temperature for the fridge is 41ºF
(5ºC), each time you push the fridge button
the temperature will decrease by one degree.
Once you reach the lowest temperature of
35ºF (2ºC) pressing the button again will
cause the temperature to cycle back to the
highest temperature of 46ºF (8ºC).
1. °F/°C Exchange
The temperature display can be alternated
between °F and °C by pressing the “Holiday”
and “Alarm” button at the same time for 3
seconds.
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3. Super Cool
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This function sets the refrigerator to the coldest temperature for
6 hours. It should be used if you
introduce a large quantity of food
into the refrigerator at once.
Press the “Super Cool” button to activate
this function. The light will turn on.
“Super Cool” automatically switches
off after 6 hours and the temperature
displays 35°F/2°C.
To disable this function press “Super
” button and the refrigerator
Cool” or “
temperature setting will revert back to
the previous setting.
4. Freezer
Press “
” to set desired freezer temperature between 6ºF (-14ºC) and 12°F (-24ºC).
The preset temperature for the freezer is
-1ºF (-18ºC), each time you push the freezer
button the temperature will decrease by
one degree. Once you reach the lowest
temperature of -12ºF (-24ºC) pressing the
button again will cause the temperature to
cycle back to the highest temperature of 6ºF
(-14ºC).
5. Super Freeze
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Super Freeze will quickly lower
the temperature within the freezer
so food will freeze faster and will
be kept fresh longer.
Press the “Super Freeze” button to
activate the super freeze function.
The light will come on and the freezer
temperature setting will display -12ºF
(-24ºC).
The function should be activated 24
hours before putting a large quantity
of food in the freezer. Super freeze
automatically switches off after 26 hours.
When the “Super Freeze” function is on
you can deactivate it by pressing “Super
Freeze” or “
” button and the freezer
temperature will revert back to the
previous setting.
6. Holiday
This function is very useful when
the refrigerator will not be used
for a long period of time, but you
want to keep food in the freezer.
Using this function, your refrigerator will
use less power and odors won’t develop in
the interior. To activate, press the “Holiday”
button for 3 seconds until the light comes
on.
Warning: Before enabling this function
empty the refrigerator, clean it, and close
the door.
• When the Holiday function is activated,
the temperature of the refrigerator is
automatically switched to 59°F (15°C)
to minimize the energy consumption.
Important! Do not store any food in the
fridge during this time.
• When the Holiday function is on, you
can switch it off by pressing either the
“Holiday”, “
” or “Super Cool” button.
The fridge temperature setting will revert
back to the previous setting.
7. Alarm
In the event that the alarm should sound, the
“Alarm” icon will come on and there will be a
buzzing sound. Press the “Alarm” button to
silence the alarm and then the “Alarm” icon
will turn off and the buzzer will stop.
Door Alarm
• If the door of the fridge or freezer stays
open for more than 2 minutes, an alarm
will sound. This alarm will sound 3 times
every minute and will stop automatically
after 10 minutes.
• To save energy, please avoid keeping
the door open for a long time. The door
alarm can also be interrupted by closing
the fridge door.
Temperature Alarm
• If the temperature of the freezer
is unusually high, there will be a
temperature alarm and the freezer
temperature setting will display “--”.
In the event of a temperature alarm, the
alarm will sound 10 times consecutively
and then stop automatically.
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If the temperature alarm goes off, press
the “Alarm” button for 3 seconds to
check the highest freezer temperature.
The temperature reading and “Alarm”
icon will simultaneously flash for 5
seconds.
Caution! In the event of loss of electrical
power, open the refrigerator doors as little
as possible. When the power returns it is
normal for the temperature alarm to sound, it
can be deactivated by pressing the “Alarm”
button. Check if the frozen food has thawed
and discard if necessary.
Using your Appliance
Your appliance has the accessories shown in the “Description of the appliance” section on
page 10. This portion of the user manual shows you how to correctly use them.
Door Rack
Multi Fresh Compartment
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The door rack is used for the storage
of eggs, canned goods, bottled drinks,
packed food, etc. Do not place too many
heavy things in the door racks.
The middle door shelf can be placed
at different heights according to your
requirements. Please take food out
of the shelf before lifting vertically to
reposition.
Thanks to the design of this compartment
and its location in the coldest part of the
fridge, the Multi Fresh drawer meets
the ideal temperature requirements for
conserving fruits and vegetables for
longer.
Nature Fresh Compartment
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Note: There are egg trays in the upper shelf
and a bottle holder in the lower shelf.
Thanks to its humidity control system,
the nature fresh compartment keeps
meats and fish up to twice as long as
other fridges.
Note: Condensation may appear depending on the produce and quantity
stored. Please remove condensation
with a dry cloth and lower the humidity
with the humidity controller.
Shelves in Refrigerator Cavity
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There are shelves in the refrigerator
cavity which can be taken out to facilitate
cleaning.
Freezer Drawers
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The freezer drawers are used to store
food which needs to be frozen, including
meat, fish, ice cream, etc.
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Twistable Ice Tray
3. Place the filled ice tray back to the
bracket and let freeze for a few
hours.
4. When the ice cubes fully solidify,
twist the knobs clockwise and the
ice will drop into the ice box below.
5. Ice cubes can be stored in the ice
box. You can pull out the ice box and
take your ice cubes out as needed.
Note: If the ice tray is being used for the first
time or has not been used for a long time,
please clean it before using.
• The twistable ice tray is used to make
and deposit ice cubes. You should use it
as follows.
1. Pull out the twistable ice tray from
the installation bracket.
2. Pour water into the ice tray, please
make sure the water level does not
exceed the maximum line.
Helpful Hints and Tips
Energy Saving Tips
Hints for Fresh Food Refrigeration
We recommend that you follow the tips
below to save energy.
• Avoid leaving the doors open more time
than necessary. It causes unnecessary
excess power consumption.
• Make sure the appliance is away from
any sources of heat (direct sunlight,
other large kitchen appliances, etc).
• Don’t set the temperature colder than
necessary.
• Avoid placing hot foods in the refrigerator or freezer. The internal temperature
will increase resulting in the compressor
having to work harder and will consume
more energy to maintain the set temperature.
• Place the appliance in a well ventilated,
humidity free, room. Please refer to the
“Installing your New Appliance” section
(page 5).
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Store food in airtight containers to prevent drying.
Try to leave space between food items
so that air circulates around them.
Hints for Refrigeration
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Meat (All Types): Wrap and place on the
glass shelf above the vegetable drawer.
Always follow food storage times and
use by dates suggested by manufacturers.
Cooked Food, Cold Dishes, Etc.:
Should be covered and may be placed
on any shelf.
Fruit and Vegetables: Should be stored
in the special drawer provided.
Butter and Cheese: Should be wrapped
in airtight foil or plastic film wrap.
Milk Bottles: Should have a lid and be
stored in the door racks.
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Hints for Freezing
Hints for the Storage of Frozen Food
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When first starting-up or after a period
without use, let the appliance run at least
2 hours on the coldest setting before
putting food in.
For faster freezing and thawing, we
recommend storing food in small
portions.
Wrap food in aluminum foil or airtight
food containers.
Do not allow fresh, unfrozen food to
touch the food which is already frozen to
avoid temperature rise of frozen product.
Frozen products, if consumed immediately after removal from the freezer
compartment, will probably cause frost
burns to the skin and mouth.
We recommend labeling and dating each
frozen package in order to keep track of
the storage time.
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Ensure that frozen food has been stored
in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instruction.
Once defrosted, food quality rapidly
decreases and should not be re-frozen.
Do not exceed the storage period of
time indicated by the food manufacturer.
Switching off your Appliance
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If the appliance needs to be switched
off for an extended period of time,
the following steps should be taken
to prevent mold from growing in the
appliance.
1. Remove all food.
2. Unplug the power plug from the main
socket.
3. Clean and dry the interior thoroughly.
4. Ensure that all the doors are wedged
open slightly to allow air to circulate.
Cleaning and Care
For hygienic reasons, the appliance
(including exterior and interior accessories)
should be cleaned regularly at least every
two months.
Caution! The appliance must not be
connected to the power source during
cleaning to avoid the risk of electric shock.
Before cleaning switch the appliance off and
remove the plug from the socket.
Exterior Cleaning
Wipe the digital display and control panel
with a clean, soft cloth.
• Spray water onto the cleaning cloth
instead of spraying directly on the
surface of the appliance. This helps
ensure an even distribution of moisture
to the surface.
• Clean the doors, handles and cabinet
surfaces with a mild detergent and then
wipe dry with a soft cloth.
Caution!
• Don’t use rough cleaning pads such as
steel wool or brushes as they are likely
to scratch the surface.
• Don’t use chemical thinner, car
detergent, Clorox, ethereal oil, abrasive
cleaners or organic solvent such as
Benzene for cleaning. They may damage
the surface of the appliance.
Interior Cleaning
You should clean the appliance interior
regularly. It will be easier to clean when
there are no shelves or food in the unit. Use
a sponge or a dish cloth soaked in water
with baking soda to clean the inside of
the refrigerator and to prevent odors from
developing. Wipe the interior completely
dry before replacing the shelves and other
accessories.
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Thoroughly dry all surfaces and removable
parts. Although this appliance automatically
defrosts, a layer of frost may occur on the
freezer compartment’s interior walls if the
freezer door is opened frequently or kept
open too long. If the frost is too thick,
choose a time when there is less food in the
unit and proceed as follows:
1. Remove
existing
food
and
all
accessories, unplug the appliance
from the outlet and leave the doors
open. Ventilate the room thoroughly to
accelerate the thawing process.
2. When defrosting is completed, clean
your freezer as described in the
“Cleaning and Care” section (page 15).
Caution! Don’t use sharp objects
to remove frost from the freezer
compartment. Only after the interior is
completely dry should the appliance be
plugged back in and switched back on.
Door Seal Cleaning
Remember to keep door seals clean. Sticky
food and drinks can cause seals to stick
to the cabinet and tear when you open the
door. Wash seal with a mild detergent and
warm water. Rinse and dry it thoroughly
after cleaning.
Caution! Only after the door seals are
completely dry should the appliance be
powered on.
Replacing the LED Light
Warning: If the LED light is damaged,
contact the customer service help line for
assistance at 1-877-743-2467. To replace
the LED light:
1. Unplug your appliance.
2. Remove the light cover by pushing up
and out.
3. Hold the LED cover with one hand and
pull it toward you with the other hand
while pressing the connector latch.
4. Replace LED light and snap correctly in
place.
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Troubleshooting
If you experience a problem with your appliance or are concerned that the appliance is not
functioning correctly, you can carry out some easy checks before calling for technical service.
Warning! Don’t try to repair the appliance yourself. If the problem persists after you have made
the checks, contact a Fagor authorized service technician.
Problem
Possible Cause and Solution
Check whether the power cord is plugged into the outlet.
Check the fuse box or circuit breaker. Replace fuse if necessary.
Appliance is not working
correctly
The room temperature is too low or too high. Try setting the fridge and
freezer to a colder level.
It is normal for the freezer not to operate during the automatic defrost cycle or
for a short time after the appliance is switched on to protect the compressor.
Odors from the
compartments
Noise from the
appliance
The interior may need to be cleaned.
Some food is producing odors in the refrigerator. Wrap the food or cover it
correctly.
The sounds below are normal:
• Compressor running noises.
• Noise from the small fan motor in the freezer compartment or other
compartments.
• Gurgling sound similar to water boiling.
• Popping noise during automatic defrosting.
• Clicking noise before the compressor starts.
Other unusual noises are due to the reasons below and may need your
attention:
• The cabinet is not leveled.
• The appliance is touching the wall.
• The internal motor might need maintenance.
The compressor runs
constantly
It is normal to frequently hear the sound of the compressor, it will need to
run more if:
• Temperature setting is set colder than necessary.
• Large quantity of food has recently been stored within the appliance.
• The temperature outside the appliance is too high.
• Doors have been open for too long or too often.
• You have recently installed the appliance or it has been switched back on
after being off for a long time.
A layer of frost occurs in
the compartment
Check that the air outlets are not blocked by food and ensure food is placed
within the appliance to allow sufficient ventilation. Ensure that door is fully
closed. To remove the frost, please refer to Cleaning and Care section (page
15).
Temperature inside the
appliance is too warm
You may have left the doors open too long or too frequently. The doors are
kept open by some obstruction. The appliance is located with insufficient
clearance at the sides, back and top.
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Temperature inside the
appliance is too cold
Increase the temperature by following the “Display Controls” section
(page 11).
Doors won’t close
Check whether the top of the refrigerator is tilted back to allow the doors to
self close, or if something inside is preventing the doors from closing.
Water drips from the
appliance
The water pan (located at the rear bottom of the cabinet) may not be properly
leveled. The draining spout located underneath the top of the compressor
depot may not be properly positioned to direct water into this pan, or the
water spout is blocked. You may need to pull the refrigerator away from the
wall to check the pan and spout.
The light is not working
• The LED light may be damaged. Refer to the “Replacing the LED Light” in
the “Cleaning and Care” section (page 16).
• The control system has disabled the lights due to the door being kept
open too long, close and reopen the door to reactivate the lights. This will
happen when the doors are opened for more than 10 minutes, the alarm
will sound for 1 minute and the light will automatically switch off.
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Disposal of the Appliance
It is prohibited to dispose of this appliance as household waste.
Packaging materials
Packaging materials with the recycle symbol are recyclable. Dispose of the packaging into a
suitable waste collection container to recycle it.
Before Disposal of the Appliance
1. Unplug the unit.
2. When disposing of the appliance, the doors should be removed and the power cord should
also be cut off or removed.
Warning! Refrigerators contain refrigerant and gases in the insulation. Refrigerant and gases
must be disposed of professionally as they may cause eye injuries or ignition. Ensure that
tubing of the refrigerant system is not damaged prior to proper disposal.
Correct Disposal of this Product
This symbol indicates that the appliance must not be disposed of in
traditional bins for domestic waste. Deliver your refrigerator to a special
collection center. Recycling domestic appliances prevents negative
impacts on health and the environment and helps save energy and
resources. For more information, contact your local authorities or the
establishment where you purchased your refrigerator.
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25/64” Distancia
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Distancia mínima de instalación
Por Encima: 25/64 inch (10 mm)
Por Detrás: 25/64 inch (10 mm)
Lado Izquierdo: 19/64 inch (7.5 mm)
Lado Derecho: 19/64 inch (7.5 mm)
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FAGOR AMERICA, INC.
PO BOX 2181
SO. HACKENSACK, NJ 07606
For technical support or repair please call: 1.877.743.2467
For additional support please call: 1.800.207.0806
Email: [email protected]
www.fagoramerica.com
The manufacturer reserves the right to modify the items described in this manual.
Le fabricant se réserve le droit de modifier des éléments décrits dans ce manuel.
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