Electrolux U24226 ERC3709 user manual

User manual for the device Electrolux U24226 ERC3709

Device: Electrolux U24226 ERC3709
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Date of adding : 2013-11-05 18:23:36
Number of pages: 16
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ImportantSafetyInstructions Yournew fridgemay haveotherfunctions compared to yourprevious one. Thesewarningsareprovidedintheinterestsofyoursafety. Ensurethat you understand them all before installing orusing theappliance. Yoursafety is ofparamount importance. Ifyou areunsureabout any ofthe meanings orwarnings contact theCustomerCareDepartment. Keep theinstruction booklet. It will comein handy ifyou latersell theapplianceorgiveit to somebody else. therefrigerating system on theback ofand inside P

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Contents Internal Cleaning ........................... 7 ImportantSafetyInstructions .......2 External Cleaning .......................... 7 Scrapping old cabinets....................... 2 Defrosting the fridge ........................ 7 Contents ..........................3 To Change the Light Bulb .................... 8 When the appliance isnot in use............... 8 DescriptionoftheAppliance........4 Control Panel .............................. 4 SomethingNotWorking ............8 Beforeuse...

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DescriptionoftheAppliance Model ERC3709 7 1 1. glassshelf 2 8 2. bottle shelf 9 1 3. bottle shelf 4. egg holder 10 1 5. vegetable drawer 4 6. ventilation grille 1 7. butter compartment 5 5 8. door shelf +box 10 1 9. sliding shelf 1 10. door shelf 3 1 5 6 ControlPanel AB A.Greenpilotlight B.Thermostatcontrolknob Illuminates when thefridgeis operating. Usetoswitchonandsetthedesiredtemperaturein thefridge. GB Beforeuse ·Removeall securing tapes. ·Wash theinsideoftheappliancewith lukewarm waterwith

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Usingthefridge Tostartthefridgeandthermostat control Turn thethermostat control knob to thedesired position. MIN Thelowest position ofthethermostat control results in thehighest temperatureinsidethecabinet. MAXThehighest position ofthethermostat control results in thelowest temperatureinsidethecabinet. H : Switched off. Allow theapplianceto run foraperiod of24 hours wheneverthetemperaturesetting is changed. This will allow thetemperatureto stabiliseinsidethe appliance. + + Temperatureinsidethefr

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Cabinetinterior Theshelves and doorcompartments areremovable and can easily be re-arranged. Certain shelves must belifted up by therearedgeto enablethem to beremoved. Thelowerdoorcompartment and theglass shelf abovethesalad drawermust not bemoved. They are required forproperaircirculation insidethecabinet. Shelves with araised edgeshould beplaced with the raised edge facing the rear wall of the cabinet, and thus prevent food products from touching the cooling plate. Thevegetablebox has two movea

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being pumped round, and you will heara NormalOperatingSounds whirring sound orpulsating noisefrom the · You may hearfaint gurgling orbubbling sounds compressor. when therefrigerant is pumped through thecoils · A thermostat controls thecompressorand you ortubing at therear, to thecooling will hear a faint " click" when the termostat cuts plate/evaporator. in and out. · When thecompressoris on, therefrigerant is MaintenanceandCleaning Removingtheventilationgrille Theventilation grillecan beremoved

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Tochangethelightbulb Thelight is switched on automatically when the dooris opened. Beforereplacing thelight bulb, disconnect thepowerplug from theoutlet. Press thespring togetherand pull thegrille downward at thesametime. Useabulb ofthesametype, E14 socket, maximum ratingof25W. Whentheapplianceisnotinuse Disconnecttheappliancefromelectricitysupply. Iftheapplianceis left on, e.g. whileon holiday, ask Empty all foods and clean theappliance, leaving the somebody to check it oncein awhileto prevent

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Noise Therefrigerating system will always producesomesounds. A pulsing sound is heard when coolant is pumped insidethe cooling pipes. A ticking sound from thethermostat can be heard when thecompressorswitches on and off. Thesound level varies depending on theoperation ofthecabinet. Ifyou feel thesound level is incorrect: If the cushion spacers (between the cabinet wall and pipes) come loose, put them back in place again. Carefully follow theinstructions in thechapter"Installing the cabinet". Ser

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TechnicalSpecification Model ERC3709 Grossvolume 370 l Width 595 mm Height 1800 mm Depth 600 mm Energyconsumption 179 kWh/year Energyclass A Ratedpower 110 W Installation MainsCable In theevent ofdamageto theappliance's main cable, to avoid risks only an authorised servicecompany recommended by thesupplieroraqualified person may adjust it. Unpacking Unpack theapplianceand check that it is in good condition and freeofany transport damage. Notify thedealerimmediately ofany damage. Hand the packagi

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Installingtheappliance When two appliances are placed beside each other, thespacers enclosed in theplasticwrapping should beglued between theappliances. As shown in the illustration. To obtain thebest performancefrom theappliance, ensure : · the appliance is placed in a dry, cool place and is not exposed to direct sunlight. · the appliance is not placed close to a source of heat, e.g. acookerordishwasher. · theapplianceis level. Theapplianceshould not lean against any wall. If necessary adjust t

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Electricalconnection Any electrical work required to install this applianceshould becarried out by a qualified electrician or competent person. This appliancemust beearthed. Themanufacturerdeclinesanyliabilityshould thesesafetymeasuresnotbeobserved. ElectricalRequirements Beforeswitching on, makesuretheelectricity supply voltageis thesameas that indicated on the appliancerating plate. Theapplianceis supplied with a13amp plug fitted. In theevent ofhaving to changethefusein theplug supplied, a13am

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DoorReversal 1 1. Closetheapplianceand disconnect theappliance from the electricity socket. 2 2. Removetheventilation grille. Thereis apart on thegrillethat can beremoved. Removeand reposition it on theoppositeside. 3 3. Support theapplianceon awooden block when it is laid down. This will makeit easierto grip under theappliancewhen returning to an upright position. 4. On theupperpart oftheappliance. Removethe 4 hingepin and replaceon theotherside. 5. On thelowerpart oftheappliance. 5b a. Unscrew

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