Introducing Your New Fridge/Freezer
Please read these instructions and the Safety guidelines on page 8 carefully before
using your new Kenwood Fridge/Freezer. The Fridge/Freezer is for indoor,
domestic use only.
(behind kick strip)
Install Your New Fridge/Freezer
When selecting a position for your Fridge/Freezer you should make sure the floor is flat and
firm, and the room is well ventilated with an average room temperature of between 12°C and
32°C. Avoid locating your Fridge/Freezer near a heat source, eg. cooker, boiler or radiator.
Also avoid direct sunlight in lean-to's or sun lounges.
If you are placing your Fridge/Freezer in an out-building such as a garage or annex ensure that
the Fridge/Freezer is placed above the damp course, otherwise condensation will occur on the
Fridge/Freezer cabinet. Never place the Fridge/Freezer in a wall recess or into fitted cabinets or
furniture. When your Fridge/Freezer is working, the grille at the back may become hot and the
sides warm. It must therefore be installed so that the back of the Fridge/Freezer has at least 9cm
") of free space and the sides have 2cm (
the right or the left, depending on the location which suits you. See page 6 if you want to
reverse the door swing. Do not drape the Fridge/Freezer with any
Levelling the Fridge/Freezer
If the Fridge/Freezer is not level, the door and magnetic seal
alignment will be affected and may cause your Fridge/Freezer to
work incorrectly. Once the Fridge/Freezer is placed in its final
location, adjust the Levelling Feet at the front by turning them.
Cleaning before use
Wipe the inside of the Fridge/Freezer with a weak solution of bicarbonate of soda.
Then rinse with warm water using a 'wrung-out' sponge or cloth. Wash the baskets and
shelves in warm soapy water and dry completely before replacing in the Fridge/Freezer.
The external parts of the Fridge/Freezer can be cleaned with wax polish. See page 8 for
more details on cleaning.
Before plugging in YOU MUST
Check that you have a socket which is compatible with the plug supplied with the
Fridge/Freezer. If not, see the section called ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS on the back cover.
Before switching on!
DO NOT SWITCH ON UNTIL FOUR HOURS AFTER MOVING THE FRIDGE/FREEZER.
The coolant fluid needs time to settle.
Before filling your Fridge/Freezer
Before storing foods in your Fridge/Freezer, turn the Fridge/Freezer on and wait for 12 hours,
to make sure it is working properly and to allow the Fridge/Freezer to fall to the correct
temperature. See page 4 for more details.
"). The Fridge/Freezer door can either open to