10. ENVIRONMENT CONCERNS ..........23 FOR PERFECT RESULTS Thank you for choosing this AEG product. We have created it to give you impeccable performance for many years, with innovative technologies that help make life simpler –...
ENGLISH SAFETY INFORMATION In the interest of your safety and to en- 1.2 General safety sure the correct use, before installing WARNING! and first using the appliance, read this user manual carefully, including its hints and warnings. To avoid unnecessary mis- Keep ventilation openings, in the appli- takes and accidents, it is important to ance enclosure or in the built-in struc-...
Make sure that the power plug is • Ice lollies can cause frost burns if con- not squashed or damaged by the sumed straight from the appliance. back of the appliance. A squashed or damaged power plug may 1.4 Care and cleaning overheat and cause a fire.
ENGLISH 1.6 Service ant circuit or insulation materials. The appliance shall not be dis- • Any electrical work required to do the carded together with the urban servicing of the appliance should be refuse and rubbish. The insula- carried out by a qualified electrician or tion foam contains flammable competent person.
2.3 Switching off the 2.7 Temperature regulation appliance To operate the appliance, proceed as follows: Keep ON/OFF switch pressed for Set the required temperature by more than 5 seconds. pressing the corresponding temper- A countdown on the temperature in- ature regulator.
ENGLISH Press the Fridge Temperature - but- press continuously the temperature ton (several times if necessary) until regulator (+ button) until the letter the word “SC” appears in the dis- "H" (Holiday) appears on the tem- play. perature indicator. The Holiday func- tion sets the temperature approx A temperature of +2°C is automati- +15°C.
WARNING! Small pieces may even be cooked still Make sure that foods do not ex- frozen, directly from the freezer: in this ceed the load limit stated on the case, cooking will take longer. side of the upper section (where 3.5 Ice-cube production...
ENGLISH 3.9 Positioning the sliding box The sliding box can be placed at differ- ent heights. Do make these adjustments proceed as follow: lift the shelf with the sliding box up- wards and out of the holders in the door remove the retaining bracket out of the guide under the shelf Reverse the above operation to in-...
10 www.aeg.com 4. HELPFUL HINTS AND TIPS 4.1 Hints for energy saving 4.4 Hints for freezing • Do not open the door frequently or To help you make the most of the freez- leave it open longer than absolutely ing process, here are some important necessary.
ENGLISH • do not exceed the storage period in- dicated by the food manufacturer. 5. CARE AND CLEANING CAUTION! Clean the condenser (black grill) and the Unplug the appliance before car- compressor at the back of the appliance rying out any maintenance oper- with a brush.
12 www.aeg.com 5.2 Defrosting of the refrigerator Frost is automatically eliminated from the evaporator of the refrigerator com- partment every time the motor compres- sor stops, during normal use. The de- frost water drains out through a trough into a special container at the back of the appliance, over the motor compres- sor, where it evaporates.
ENGLISH Problem Possible cause Solution The appliance does The appliance is switched Switch on the appliance. not operate. The off. lamp does not oper- ate. The mains plug is not Connect the mains plug to connected to the mains the mains socket correctly. socket correctly.
14 www.aeg.com Problem Possible cause Solution Water flows into the The water outlet is clog- Clean the water outlet. refrigerator. ged. Products prevent that wa- Make sure that products ter flows into the water do not touch the rear collector.
ENGLISH 7. INSTALLATION WARNING! Read the "Safety Information" carefully for your safety and cor- rect operation of the appliance before installing the appliance. 7.1 Positioning Install this appliance at a location where the ambient temperature corresponds to the climate class indicated on the rating plate of the appliance: Cli- Ambient temperature...
16 www.aeg.com Switch on the appliance. 13 amp ASTA approved (BS 1362) fuse The appliance is supplied with a 13 amp must be used. plug fitted . In the event of having to WARNING! change the fuse in the plug supplied, a...
ENGLISH 7.4 Ventilation requirements The airflow behind the appliance must min. 5 cm be sufficient. 200 cm min. 200 cm 7.5 Installing the appliance Do these steps. CAUTION! Make sure that the mains cable can move freely. If necessary cut the adhesive sealing strip and then apply it to the appliance as shown in figure.
18 www.aeg.com Install the appliance in the niche. Push the appliance in the direction of the arrow (1) until the upper gap cover stops against the kitchen furniture. Push the appliance in the direction of the arrow (2) against the cupboard on the op- posite side of the hinge.
ENGLISH Remove the correct part from the hinge cover (E). Make sure to remove the part DX, in the case of right hinge, SX in oppo- site case. Attach the covers (C, D) to the lugs and the hinge holes. Install the vent grille (B).
20 www.aeg.com Disconnect the parts (Ha), (Hb), (Hc) and (Hd). Install the part (Ha) on the inner side of ca. 50 mm the kitchen furniture. 90° 21 mm 90° ca. 50 mm 21 mm Push the part (Hc) on the part (Ha).
ENGLISH Remove the brackets and mark a distance of 8 mm from the outer edge of the door 8 mm where the nail must be fitted (K). Place the small square on the guide again and fix it with the screws supplied. Align the kitchen furniture door and the appliance door by adjusting the part (Hb).
ENGLISH 9. TECHNICAL DATA Dimension of the recess Height 1850 mm Width 560 mm Depth 560 mm Rising Time 21 h Voltage 230-240 V Frequency 50 Hz The technical information are situated in the rating plate on the internal left side of the appliance and in the energy label.