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CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Removing refrigerator
Close the lid of the thermal box.
Disconnect the cable by pulling he con-
nector 1 out of the 12 Volt socket.
Take the covers 2 off the rear openings
of seat the runners. The screw must first be
removed to do this.
Disengage the thermal box. To do this,
press clown both of the lovers 3 on the
sides (the illustration shows the right hand
lever). Hold the levers in this position.
Slide the oox to the rear until it can be
lifted out of the openings in runners.
In order to avoid damage to the seat
runners, replace the covers 2 and screw
them down.
W a r n i n g
W h e n t h e v e h i c l e is in m o t i o n ,
t h e l i d o f t h e t h e r m a l b o x m u s t b e
c l o s e d a n d l o c k e d . T h e t h e r m a l
b o x
m u s t
a l s o
be
in t h e
s e a t
r u n n e r s a n d be s e c u r e l y e n g a g e d
in t h e d r i v i n g p o s i t i o n .
If t h e t h e r m a l
b o x
is t o
be
t r a n s p o r t e d
w i t h o u t
b e i n g
i n -
s t a l l e d ( e . g . in t h e l u g g a g e c o m -
p a r t m e n t ) , t h e l i d m u s t b e c l o s e d
a n d
l o c k e d .
F u r t h e r m o r e ,
y o u
m u s t s e c u r e t h e t h e r m a l b o x so
t h a t i t d o e s n o t b e c o m e a s a f e t y
h a z a r d
d u r i n g
a n
a c c i d e n t
o r
b r a k i n g m a n o e u v r e .
The runner system in the passenger com-
partment also makes it possible to position
the thermal box behind the driver's seat.
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SEATS AND STOWAGE
CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
installing the thermal box
The illustration shows the thermal box in
driving position. The box can only engage
securely in the seat runners if it is the driving
position.
The box cannot be secured properly in the
seat runners if it is installed in the opposite
direction to the direction of travel.
Place the thermal box in the openings in
the seat runners and push the box to the
front. The box must engage properly..
Place the plastic covers in the openings
of the seat runners and screw them d o w n .
Reconnect the electricity if required.
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W a r n i n g
T h e t h e r m a l b o x m u s t b e i n t h e
s e a t
r u n n e r s
a f t e r
i n s t a l l a t i o n
a n d b e s e c u r e l y e n g a g e d i n t h e
d r i v i n g p o s i t i o n s o t h a t i t d o e s
n o t b e c o m e a s a f e t y h a z a r d w h e n
b r a k i n g s h a r p l y o r d u r i n g a n a c c i -
d e n t o c c u r .
N o t e s a n d t i p s w h e n u s i n g t h e
t h e r m a l b o x
The lid of the thermal box should always
be kept firmly closed when the unit is
switched on, so that it does not overwork.
Keep the lid open when the thermal box
is not being used so that mold and damp
stains cannot develop.
Food and drinks should only be placed in
the refrigerator in tightly sealed containers
whenever possible.
The containers should also be as small as
possible, as it is easier to stow many small
containers than a few large ones.
The box should also not be packed too
full in order not to impair the circulation of
cooling air.
Rattling noise from the thermal box can
be avoided by placing slightly crumpled
paper between bottles and other con-
tainers.
Operating faults
If the thermal box should not work, please
refer to the following help measures:
-
Have
the
battery
charge
condition
checked, if necessary charge the battery
by running the engine. The thermal box
will start automatically once a sufficient
voltage has been reached.
-
Chock the fuses, change if necessary.
The fuse of the battery monitor in the lid
should only be checked and changed by
a Volkswagen dealer.
-
Check if the connecting cable is con-
nected correctly to both the 12 Volt plug
and the thermal box.
If these individual remedies do not meet
with success, your Volkswagen dealer will
be pleased to help.
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