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TABLE OF CONTENTS

IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS........................................................1
TECHNICAL PARAMETERS.........................................................3
KNOW YOUR ICE MAKER............................................................3
USE YOUR ICE MAKER................................................................6
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE.................................................8
TROUBLESHOOTING ..................................................................8
WARNING.....................................................................................10

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  Summary of Contents for Frigidaire EFIC229-VCM

  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS............1 TECHNICAL PARAMETERS............3 KNOW YOUR ICE MAKER............3 USE YOUR ICE MAKER..............6 CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE..........8 TROUBLESHOOTING ..............8 WARNING..................10...
  • Page 2: Important Safeguards

    IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS: When using an electrical appliance, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, and/or injury, including the following: 1. Read all instructions before using. 2. Remove all packing material and carefully check your ice maker to ensure it is in good condition and that there is no damage to the ice maker or power cord and plug.
  • Page 3 13. Do not use the appliance close by flames, hot plates or stoves. 14. Do not switch on the power button frequently (ensure 5min. interval at least) to avoid the damage of compressor. 15. Metal sheet or other electric objects are not allowed to be inserted into the appliance to avoid fire and short circuit.
  • Page 4: Technical Parameters

    TECHNICAL PARAMETERS: Model Number:EFIC229-VCM Refrigerant:R600a(23g) Daily Ice Output:15kg / 24 hours N.W: 11.5kg Ice Sizes:large ice and small ice Voltage: AC120V / 60 Hz Ice Storage Capacity:600g Power Consumption: 150 W Water Reservoir Capacity(up):2.5 L Water Reservoir Capacity(down):1.0 L Unit Dimensions:357(W)X289(D)X352(H)mm...
  • Page 5 1. REAR COVER 10.WATER TEMPERATURE 2. CONDENSER SENSOR 3. TOP COVER 11. BASEBOARD 4. WATER DRAIN 12. COMPRESSOR 5. EVAPORATOR 13. POWER CORD 6. TRANSPARENT WATER BOX 14. TRANSPARENT WATER BOX 7. ICE BOARD COVER 8. ICE BASKET 15. CONTROL PANEL 9.
  • Page 6 The machine should be upright to place on the horizontal plane. To ensure the machine ventilate normally, it is important to set 150mm room on top, sides and back. Do not place the machine next to the roast oven, radiate or other heat objects.
  • Page 7: Use Your Ice Maker

    The indicator of ‘POWER’ will flash after plugged in, press ‘POWER’ and then the machine enters standby state accompanying indicator lighting. During operation, if user presses this button, the machine will return to standby state. (Pause & start )After choose the menu, press this key, and start to work.
  • Page 8 proper position, and cover it. Step 2. Connect the power, press the , and then the machine enters standby state. Step 3. Select the desired ice size, the default size of machine is large one. Step 4. Press key to start wok. Note: The water level should not higher than the water reservoir’s MAX position.
  • Page 9: Cleaning And Maintenance

    Cleaning & Use Guidance: Clean the inner liner, ice collecting tray, water box, ice shovel and evaporator frequently. When cleaning, unplug the unit and remove the ice cubes. Use a diluted solution of water and vinegar to clean the inside and the outside surface of the Ice maker.
  • Page 10 occurs, press and hold the key for 2 sec, When the ice fall, then restart the machine. PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE SUGGESTED SOLUTIONS The compressor Stop the Ice maker and do works abnormally The voltage is lower not restart until the voltage with a buzzing than recommended is normal.
  • Page 11: Warning

    1.No coolant in The program of compressor making ice is 2. Compressor is Call the service center. correct, but no ice damaged. come out 3. Fan motor is damaged. 1.The ice is not access to ice board Unplug the power and plug All indicators twinkle 2.
  • Page 12 It is normal for the compressor and condenser surface to reach temperatures between 70°C and 90°C during operation and surrounding areas may be very hot. Due to fast freezing, ice cubes may appear “Cloudy”. This is air trapped in the water and will not affect quality or taste of ice.
  • Page 13 Correct Disposal of this product This marking indicates that this product should not be disposed with other household wastes throughout the EU. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources.