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BEFORE USING THE REFRIGERATOR
Your new appliance is exclusively for domestic use.
The freezer compartment
used for freezing fresh and cooked food, making
ice cubes, and storing frozen and deep-frozen
food; defrosting is a manual procedure.
The refrigerator compartment, which has an
automatic defrost feature, is used for the
storage of fresh food and beverages.
To get the most out of your new appliance,
read the user handbook thoroughly. The
handbook contains a description of the
appliance and useful tips for storing food.
SAFEGUARDING THE ENVIRONMENT
The packaging material is entirely recyclable,
and marked with the recycling symbol.
Follow local regulations for scrapping.
Keep the packaging materials (plastic bags,
polystyrene parts, etc.) out of reach of children,
as they are potentially dangerous.
The appliance is made using recyclable
materials. Dispose of the appliance in conformity
with local environmental regulations.
Make the appliance unusable by cutting off the
power cord. The appliance must be delivered to
an authorised collection centre for the recovery
of refrigerant gas.
This appliance does not contain CFCs (replaced
with R134a) or HFCs (replaced with R600a -
Isobutane). For more information, refer to the
identification data plate affixed to the appliance.
Keep this handbook for future consultation.
1. After unpacking the appliance, make sure that
the door shuts properly.
Any damage must be reported to your dealer
within 24 hours after delivery of the appliance.
2. Wait at least two hours without moving
the appliance before switching on. This
will give the refrigerant circuit time to
settle and operate efficiently.
3. Installation of the appliance and electrical
connections must be carried out by a
qualified electrician, in accordance with the
manufacturer's instructions and local