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Turbo Mode; Holiday Mode - Whirlpool ARC 4360 IX Instructions For Use Manual

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TURBO MODE

Turbo mode is not a mode that is selected individually.
• The Turbo symbol will light when both the super cooling and super
freezing modes are selected.
How to use:
• Press the menu button until the Super Freezing symbol lights up.
• If the user does not press any button for 2 sec., the mode will be set.
The corresponding symbol will blink 5 times and the acoustic signal
will sound.
• Please repeat the same operation to set the Super Cooling mode.
• Turbo will appear on the display between Super Freezing and Super
Cooling.
• The bars will be off and the temperature displays will show "SF" and "SC".
• Holiday and Economy modes will not work while the Turbo symbol
is alight.
• The compartments temperatures can be set but will not be active
during the Super Cooling and Super Freezing cycles.
The Turbo symbol will turn off when one of the modes (Super
Freezing or Super Cooling) is cancelled manually or automatically.

HOLIDAY MODE

This function makes the refrigerator compartment work in a power
saving mode which is useful when you are going away for some time.
How to use:
• Press the menu button until the Holiday symbol lights up.
• If the user does not press any button for 2 sec., the mode will be set.
The corresponding symbol will blink 5 times and the acoustic alarm
will sound.
• The freezer compartment will go on working with the preset values.
• The freezer temperature display will show "H" during this mode.
• The refrigerator compartment will be off. The refrigerator
temperature display and bars will also be off.
• To cancel the Holiday mode, select it again.
• The appliance will go on working with the preset values. If no
temperature values have been set manually, the appliance will go on
working with initial values (F.comp:-16°C, R.comp:+2°C)
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