Do not throw the packing into the garbage: first sort out the
materials (i.e.: steel, cardboard,
lowing local regulations.
Thus appliance incorporates parts intended to come into con-
KNOW YOUR FROST FREE APPLIANCE
The main advantage of your refrigerator and low temperature
with fan circulation is the total absence of frost
and ice forming
on the compartments
walls, thanks to the
process described below.
The cold air is produced by an evaporator and is circulated by
means of a fan into the two compartments.
The air, having been circulated, is again passed to the evapo-
This keeps the humidity low. In this way, there will be no frost
on the compartment
walls, as in a traditional
pliance, and defrosting is no more needed.
The "ventilated cold" system ensures a better storage of foods
maintaining their original condition for a longer period of time.
DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLIANCE
A) Ice cube tray
6) Low temperature compartment
C) Control panel
D) Rating plate (on side wall)
E) Interior light
J) Removable shelves
K) Meat drawer
L) Refrigerator racks
M) Butter compartment
N) Low temperature compartment
Please check your appliance and ensure that it is undamaged;
any transport damage must be reported to your dealer within
24 hours of receipt The appliance should not be installed close
to heat sources such as cookers, central heating, boilers, direct
sunlight, etc. If the appliance is to be installed under a kitchen
furniture, allow an extra space of 5 cm approx. above the ap-
pliance, and 1 cm approx. at each side.
After installation of the appliance, level the screw (A) (Fig. 3)
of the rollers.
Clean the interior with a sponge dampened
in a solution of
lukewarm water and vinegar.
Clean the exterior with a sponge dampened in a solution of
lukewarm water and dry with a soft cloth,
Do not use abrasives, detergents or harsh cleansers.
Mount the internal accessories (Fig. 1).
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION AND
to EEC directive
87/308 on ra-
Leave the appliance to stand for one hour before connecting it
to the electricity supply. Please check that the voltage on the
rating plate (Fig. 4) corresponds to the voltage in your home
of this appliance
will accept no liability
from the non-observance
If the plug and the wall socket do not comply, have the socket
replaced by a qualified electrician.
He should also check that the section of the socket wires can
withstand the power absorbed by the appliance.
The use of the adapters, multiple sockets and extension cords
is not advisable.
If absolutely necessary, use simple or multiple adapters and ex-
tension cords in compliance
with local safety regulations,
paying attention not to exceed the maximum amperage, which
is marked on the simple adaptors and on extension cords and
that of the total power marked on the multiple
Connect the appliance to the supply by means of the plug; the
Interior light switches on when the refrigerator
door is ope-
Some hours are necessary to attain the correct storage tempe-
rature in the appliance.
ADJUSTING THE TEMPERATURES
To modify the temperature
of the refrigerator
or of the low
use the adjustment listed in the ta-
ble page 8.
- Adjust the refrigerator thermostat control.
- Wait 24 hours approx. prior to re-adjust it.
- If required, adjust the thermostat control of the low tempe-
USE OF THE REFRIGERATOR
We recommend that you wrap all items stored in the refrigera-
in 'cling films, aluminium foil or keep them in
a covered container. This prevents foods from losing their fre-
shness and stop strong smells and flavours being transferred
from one food to another. Some fruits with particularly thick
rind or skin, can be stored without wrapping.
Different foods are best stored in the positions indicated he-
Meat, fish: store in the appropriate drawer.
Eggs, cheese, dairy produces:
use the appropriate compart-
ments in the Inner door liner.
store in the compartment
In the inner door liner.
Fruits and vegetables:
store on the inner door liner racks.
Canned foods: once the can has been opened, transfer unused
food into a non-metallic container.
Store all foods so as to permit free circulation of air.
Allow cooked food to cool before storing in the refrigerator
Store liquids in covered containers. You may adjusts the shel-
ves in height dependent on your needs.
The shelves may be adjusted In height dependent
To remove the shelves (Fig. 6)
1. Pull out to the stop
2. Lift up at back.
3. Pull out completely.
To replace the shelves, proceed
in the reverse sequence.
the meat drawer
To remove the meat drawer:
1. Slide the meat drawer out to the stop.
2. Lift up at front.
3. Slide the drawer the rest of the way out.
4. Replace in reverse order.
To remove the cover (Fig. 7)
1, Remove the meat drawer as previously described.
2. Push the cover backwards and lift it at both sides.