Never handle frozen food with wet
hands. Your hands may freeze to the
frozen food. Danger of frost burn.
Do not take ice cubes out with your
bare hands and never place ice cubes
or ice lollies in your mouth straight from
The very low temperature of the frozen
ice or lollies can cause frost burn to the
lips and tongue.
Do not refreeze thawed or partially
Defrosted food should be used up as
quickly as possible, as food soon loses
its nutritional value and goes off.
Defrosted food may only be re-frozen
after it has been cooked.
Observe the "use by" dates given on
food to avoid the risk of food poisoning.
Storage times will depend on several
factors, including the freshness and
quality of the food as well as the
temperature at which it is stored. Follow
the instructions given on food
manufacturer's packaging on storage
conditions required, as well as the "use
Do not store explosive materials in
the appliance or any products
containing propellants (e.g. spray
cans). Thermostats switching on may
produce sparks which could present a
fire hazard. Flammable compounds
Warning and Safety instructions
Do not operate any electrical
equipment (e.g. an electric ice-cream
maker) inside the appliance. Danger of
sparking and explosion.
Do not store cans or bottles
containing carbonated drinks or liquids
which could freeze in the freezer. The
cans or bottles could explode.
Danger of injury and damage to the
When cooling drinks quickly in the
freezer, make sure bottles are not left in
for more than one hour, otherwise they
could burst, resulting in injury or
Do not use sharp edged objects to
– remove frost and ice,
– separate frozen foods or remove ice
They will damage the evaporator,
causing irreversible damage to the
Do not use any oils or grease on the
door seal, as these will cause the seal
to deteriorate and become porous with
Do not block the ventilation gaps in
the appliance as this would impair the
efficiency of the appliance, increase the
electricity consumption and could
cause damage to the appliance.