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Transcript of Whirlpool CB 290 N Instruction for Use

33138Gb.fm5 Page 13 Tuesday, May 2, 2000 7:07 PM TABLE OF CONTENTS GB BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE PAGE 14 SAFEGUARDING THE ENVIRONMENT PAGE 14 PRECAUTIONS AND GENERAL HINTS PAGE 15 HOW TO OPERATE THE REFRIGERATOR PAGE 16 COMPARTMENT HOW TO OPERATE THE FREEZER COMPARTMENT PAGE 17 HOW TO DEFROST THE FREEZER COMPARTMENT PAGE 19 CARE AND MAINTENANCE PAGE 20 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE PAGE 21 AFTER SALES SERVICE PAGE 21 INSTALLATION PAGE 22 13

33138Gb.fm5 Page 15 Tuesday, May 2, 2000 7:07 PM PRECAUTIONS AND GENERAL HINTS Use the refrigerator compartment only for storing fresh food and beverages and use the freezer compartment only for storing frozen food, freezing fresh food and making ice cubes. Do not cover or obstruct the air vents of the appliance. Do not store liquids in glass containers in the freezer compartment - danger of bursting. Do not eat ice cubes or ice lollies immediately after taking them out of the freezer compartment - risk of cold burns. To avoid the risk of children becoming trapped or suffocating, do not allow them to play or hide inside the appliance. Do not ingest the contents (non-toxic) of the ice packs. Before cleaning or carrying out maintenance, always unplug the appliance or switch the power supply off. The power cable can only be replaced by an authorized person. After installation, make sure that the appliance is not resting on the supply cable. Declaration of conformity This appliance is intended to come into contact with foodstuffs and conforms to D.L. 108 of 25.01.1992 (European Directive 89/109/EEC). This appliance is designed, built and sold in compliance with: the safety requirements of the Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC; the protection requirements of EMC Directive 89/336 EEC, modified by Directive 93/68 EEC. Information Appliances with isobutane (R600a) Isobutane is a natural gas having low environmental impact. Caution is required, however, because Isobutane is inflammable. Therefore, ensure that the pipelines of the refrigerant circuit do not get damaged. 15

33138Gb.fm5 Page 16 Tuesday, May 2, 2000 7:07 PM HOW TO OPERATE THE REFRIGERATOR COMPARTMENT This appliance is a refrigerator with a star freezer compartment. A1 Defrosting of the refrigerator compartment is A2 completely automatic. B Optimal performance is obtained at . temperatures between +16C and +32C. Notes: The space between the shelves and the rear Switching on the appliance wall of the refrigerator compartment must be Depending on the model, the appliance has unobstructed to allow air circulation. external (A1-A2) or internal (B) controls. Do not place the food in direct contact with the rear wall of the refrigerator compartment. For appliances having external controls (A1- Do not place hot food in the refrigerator or A2): press the startup button (1). freezer compartments. Store liquids in closed containers. The interior light switches on when the door Storing vegetables with high water content is opened. can cause condensate formation in the crisper: this will not affect the appliance's Green LED (2) switches on, indicating efficiency. operation of the appliance. . In models having internal controls (B), when the appliance is connected, the interior light switches on when the door is opened if the thermostat knob is not set on symbol z. Important: There is no need to adjust the thermostat knob (5) as it has already been factory set to ensure the correct storage temperature of fresh food at ambient temperatures between +20C and +25C. After being switched on, the appliance needs approx. 30 minutes to reach the correct temperature to store a typical volume of food in the refrigerator compartment. Adjusting the temperature: Turn the thermostat knob (5) setting: to lower numbers 1-2 if you require HIGHER TEMPERATURES in the compartments; to the highest number - 5 - for LOWER TEMPERATURES. To switch off the refrigerator compartment: Press the ON/OFF button (A1) (if present; alternatively, disconnect the plug from the socket). Using the refrigerator compartment Position the food as shown in the figure. A Cooked food B Fish, meat C Fruit and vegetables D Bottles E Butter F Dairy products 16