STORAGE TIMES FOR HOME FROZEN FOODS
Butter or margarine
Fruits (except citrus)
Ice cream or sherbet
Roasts (beef-pork- lamb)
Steaks or chops (beef-lamb-pork)
Milk, fresh fluid
DEFROSTING THE FREEZER COMPARTMENT
The freezer should be defrosted once or twice a year or when
excessive frost is present (3 mm thickness) . The formation of
frost is normal .
The amount and rate at which frost accumulates depends on
room conditions and how often the door is open .
To defrost the unit, switch off the product and take out all
Leave the freezer door open to allow the frost to melt .
Sounds coming from your appliances are normal since it has
a number of fans and engines to regulate performances that
switch on and off automatically .
SOME OF THE FUNCTIONAL SOUNDS CAN BE
Leveling the appliance and installing it on an even
Separating and avoiding contact between the appliance
and furniture .
Checking if the internal components are correctly placed .
Checking if bottles and containers are not in contactwith
each other .
SOME OF THE FUNCTIONAL SOUNDS YOU MIGHT
A hissing sound when switching on the appliance for the
first time or after a long pause .
A gurgling sound when refrigerant fluid enters into the
5- 7 months
Use the box under the bottom front of the
appliance to collect water (showed on the
Clean the inside of the freezer . Rinse and
dry thoroughly .
Switch the appliance back on and store the food inside .
BRRR sound is from the compressor running .
Buzzing sound when water valve or fan start working .
A cracking sound when compressor starts .
The CLICK is from the thermostat which adjusts how
often the compressor is running .
Use & Care guide