Electrolux PR43RE1FEU user manual

User manual for the device Electrolux PR43RE1FEU

Device: Electrolux PR43RE1FEU
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INSTALLATION, OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
ISTRUZIONI DI INSTALLAZIONE, FUNZIONAMENTO E MANUTENZIONE
INSTRUCTIONS D'INSTALLATION, D'UTILISATION ET DE MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCCIONES DE INSTALACIÓN, USO Y MANTENIMIENTO
"PROSTORE SMART" VERTICAL REFRIGERATORS
FRIGORIFERI VERTICALI "PROSTORE SMART"
RÉFRIGÉRATEURS VERTICAUX "PROSTORE SMART"
FRIGORÍFICOS VERTICALES "PROSTORE SMART"
USA Page 07 -19
IT Pagina 20 - 32
FR Page 33 - 45
ES Página 46 - 58
PART NO. 5957 410 01
VERSION 2 2005.12

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INSTALLATION DIAGRAM SCHÉMA D'INSTALLATION SCHEMA DI INSTALLAZIONE DIAGRAMA DE INSTALACIÓN 105.66 Gallons / 400 Liters 105,66 gallons / 400 litres 105,66 Galloni / 400 litri 105,66 galones / 400 litros 23 27/64" 23 5/8" 2 3/4" 600 mm 595 mm 70 mm 12 51/64" 325 mm I 83 5/32" 2112 mm 7 7/8" 200 mm 2 13/64" 19 23/32" 4 1/4" 17 7/8" 2 7/8" 2 7/8" 56 mm 73 mm 454 mm 73 mm 501 mm 108 mm 23 5/8" 26 3/16" 600 mm 665 mm 53/64" 53/64" 21 mm K 21 mm I = electrical connection 1 37/64" K = pos

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CONTROL PANEL PANNEAU DE COMMANDE PANNELLO COMANDI PANEL DE CONTROL 1 2a 3a 4 7 8 9 MANUAL COMPRESSOR POWER SUPPLY DEFROST STATUS STATUS 1 2 3 % SET CATEGORY HACCP HUM HIGH 4 ACCESS TO HIGH HUM. SERVICE TEMPERATURE/ HACCP POWER ON/OFF FOOD CATEGORIES ON/OFF ALARMS CATEGORY ALARMS SELECTION PRINT 7 DAYS REPORT 2356 10 USA FR 1- Access to Food Categories button 1- Bouton ACCESS TO FOOD CATEGORIES 2- High humidity ON/OFF button 2 - Bouton HIGH HUMIDITY ON/OFF 2a - High humidity indicator light 2a

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REVERSING OPENING OF THE DOOR INVERSION DU SENS D'OUVERTURE DE LA PORTE INVERSIONE APERTURA DELLE PORTE CAMBIO DE DIRECCIÓN DE APERTURA DE LA PUERTA E F (Dett.1) G H (Dett.2) 4

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LEVELLING THE APPLIANCE MISE À NIVEAU DE L'APPAREIL LIVELLAMENTO DELL'APPARECCHIATURA NIVELADO DEL APARATO +30 mm -10 mm 5

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PRODUCT LOADING DIAGRAM DIAGRAMME DE CHARGEMENT DU PRODUIT SCHEMA DI RIEMPIMENTO DEL FRIGORIFERO DIAGRAMA DE CARGA DE PRODUCTO 6

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USA TABLE OF CONTENTS SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS......................................................... Page 9 A.1 GENERAL INFORMATION........................................................ Page 10 A.1.1 Foreword ..................................................................................................................... Page 10 A.1.2 Intended use and limitations ...................................................................................... Page 10 A.1.3 Testing .....................

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C.1.7.1 General description ..................................................................................................... Page 15 C.1.7.2 HACCP ........................................................................................................................ Page 15 C.1.7.3 Service alarms ............................................................................................................ Page 16 C.1.7.4 Service alarms list ...................................................

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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, or injury when using your appliance, please follow these basic precautions including the following: • Read all instructions before using your appliance. • This Manual does not cover every possible condition and situation that may occur. Use common sense and caution when installing, operating and maintaining this appliance. • FOR YOUR SAFETY DO NOT STORE OR USE GASOLINE OR OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPORS AND LIQUIDS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS

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A.1.7 PHYSICAL SAFETY FEATURES, HAZARDS A.1 GENERAL INFORMATION The appliance has no sharp or projecting parts. DANGER! DO NOT REMOVE. There are guards on the units to prevent access to components which require air movement. A.1.1 FOREWORD The purpose of this manual is to provide the necessary A 1.8 IMMEDIATE INSPECT FOR SHIPPING DAMAGE information for the correct installation, operation, use and The container should be examined for damage before and maintenance of the appliance. during unload

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B.1 INSTALLATION pressed board: protective surround elements WEAR PROTECTIVE GLOVES WHEN UNPACKING AND INSTALLING THE B.2.1 POSITIONING APPLIANCE. Install the equipment, taking all the safety precautions required for this type of operation, also respecting Read these instructions carefully before the relevant fire-prevention instructions. attempting installation. Installation and initial startup should be Place the appliance in a ventilated room and away performed by a qualified installer. Un

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B.2.3 REVERSING OPENING OF THE DOOR These cabinets are normally supplied with opening to the right. When changing direction of opening so that the door opens 53/64" 53/64" from left to right, proceed as follows: 21 mm 21 mm K • disconnect from the power supply; • remove lower bracket “H” (Detail 2); • remove the door and remove component “G” (Detail 2); • unscrew the two fixing bolts from bracket “E” and the screw 1 37/64" which secures hinge “F” (Detail 1); 40 mm • turn the door and fit compon

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the Unit of Measure Indicator light starts flashing. C.1 OPERATIONS and USER - To change the SET temperature, press SET/DOWN button or INSTRUCTIONS MANUAL DEFROST/UP button within 15 seconds C.1.1 CONTROL PANEL 1 2a 3a 4 7 8 9 SET MANUAL COMPRESSOR POWER SUPPLY DEFROST STATUS STATUS 1 2 3 % SET CATEGORY HUM HACCP HIGH 4 ACCESS TO HIGH HUM. SERVICE TEMPERATURE/ HACCP POWER ON/OFF FOOD CATEGORIES ON/OFF ALARMS CATEGORY ALARMS SELECTION PRINT 7 DAYS REPORT or 23 5 6 10 1- Access to Food Categories

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- press SET/DOWN button or MANUAL DEFROST/UP button if “NONE” is displayed, this means that the function is disa- bled. temperature To select the category, press MANUAL DEFROST/UP or SET/ DOWN button SET or or SET - To store the new set value, wait until it stops flashing to exit the program once selected, if a selection is not made after 5 seconds, the last category displayed will be confirmed automatically and stored. SET % C.1.4 "HIGH HUMIDITY ON/OFF" BUTTON HUM HIGH "HIGH HUMIDITY ON/OFF"

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There is a sticker inside the chamber indicating the maximum you get information on maximum temperature, time and date (day, month and year) alarm occured. level of loading: There are two possible situations: a) the alarm is running b) the alarm has occured a) the alarm is running Cover or wrap food before placing it in the refrigerator and avoid putting hot foods or steaming liquids inside. Do not leave the door open longer than necessary when putting in or 77˚/25˚ Temperature ˚F/˚C taking out

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starting and ending time and date of the alarm are shown by a · HOW LONG ARE THE ALARMS RECORDED? rolling label: “TEMP 78.8F/26C Start 17.05 10-10-99 End----”. Until you have seen the complete alarms list recorded. After that, they will remain stored ‘till a new alarm occurs: the reset will be automatic. To have access to recorded HACCP alarms press HACCP · HOW TO FIND AN ALARM? - blinking led of alarm button button for 4 seconds; now the display visualizes - buzzer ON (sound alarm) HISt and t

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C.1.7.5 ALARM MANAGING D.1 ROUTINE MAINTENANCE · Whenever a high chamber temperature alarm occurs the display shows the label “TEMP” and the buzzer is active. Routine maintenance tasks can be performed by non-special- HACCP ised personnel. When performing maintenance please follow the instructions closely, keeping safe at all times. The manu- · To reset the buzzer press the button for 1 facturer declines any responsibility for injury sustained from unsafe acts. second. · Whenever a type “b”

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D.3 TROUBLESHOOTING D.2 MAINTENANCE TO BE PERFORMED BY TRAINED PERSONNEL ONLY D.3.1 QUICK TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE In some cases faults can be remedied easily and quickly. Be- Non-routine maintenance tasks must be performed by an low there is a list of possible faults and remedies: AUTHORIZED SERVICE AGENT. A. The appliance doesn’t switch on: USE APPROPRIATE SAFETY GEAR - check that the power plug is properly inserted into (GLOVES AND MASK) WHEN CARRYING the socket. OUT ANY MAINTENANCE OPERATION

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D.4 WASTE DISPOSAL AND DEMOLITION D.4.1 WASTE STORAGE At the end of the appliance’s working life, make sure it is dis- posed of properly. Make sure you remove the doors before scrapping the appliance. Special waste materials can be stored temporarily while await- ing processing for disposal and/or permanent disposal. In any event, the binding environmental protection laws in the country of use must be observed. D.4.2 PROCEDURE FOR PRELIMINARY DISMANTLING O F THE APPLIANCE All countries have d


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