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MODEL R BC-76 Q-85M
The manufacturer keeps on developing various
types of refrigerators, so he has the right to modify
designs, products and technical data without further
No. 0711 6015
! W W WARNING: If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer or its service agent or a similarly qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
FIGURATION OF THE REFRIGERATOR BC-76 TECHNOLOGY DATA Model BC-76 Climate class T Anti-shock safety I classification Net capacity 76L Gross capacity 80L Voltage 220V,60Hz Watt 85W Refrigerant 46g 1
NOTICE The power supply Never store anything dangerous The power supply in the appliance, such as for appliance is for appliance is combustibles, exposives, 220V, 60Hz 240V, 50Hz strong acid and alkali. etc. single phase. The appliance is not in- It is not tended for use by young recomended children or infirm persons to use any without supervision. extension cords. Y Y Young children should be Connect the appliance with a supervised to ensure that properly earthed three-wire plug they do n
THERMOSTAT The knob graduation 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, does not stand for concrete temperature.The smaller the numbers,the higher the temperature in the compartment and vice versa.Usually,it’s better to put the thermostat in Pos. “1”,Pos. “4”, Pos. “0” shows the power is cut off. STORING FOOD The temperatures in different positions inside the refrigerator are different due to different refrigeration distribution.Thus when store food, select proper position to meet your needs. The coldest
NOTES ON STORAGE Where necessary, food should be packed in bags, avoiding giving off strong odours or getting wet or dry. Do not store food too full in the appliance. Allow space among the packages of food for a perfect refrigerating. Hot food or liquid must be allowed to cool to room temperature before placing in it. CLEANING The appliance can only be cleaned at drawn network plug. Clean it with lukewarm water containing a little detergent. In any case do not use hot water,corrosive scouring
DEFROSTING When defrosting, switch off the appliance. Remove food from the ice chamber,it will be defrosted automatically.When 4~6mm defrosting process has been completed, the drip-tray should be depleted. Replace the food and switch on the appliance. NOTES If the appliance The appliance door remains out of should be opened as use for some time, little and briefly pull out the plug as possible to reduce to disconnect the energy consumption appliance from power supply. Clean the interior as descr
LEFT/RIGHT-OPENED DOOR This product is assembled according to the right-opened door configuration. The right hinge together with its mount is fixed on the right side of the door body. Take out the door handle from the accessory parts and fix it on the left side of the door body. The two holes on the right side of the door body shall be stuffed with the handle hole stoppers, as an item of accessory parts. In case the left-opened door confi guration is required, this can be achieved by
In the event of a fault occurring during operation, check first if the fault is due to an operation error. You can repair the following faults yourself. 1. It is not switched on properly, or mains plug properly inserted The appliance does in the socket. not run. 2. The thermostat knob is turned to position “0”. 3. Supply voltage is too low. 1. The appliance is too full of food. 2. The appliance is located too near The temperature inside a source of heat. the appliance is not