Zanussi ZL914W user manual

User manual for the device Zanussi ZL914W

Device: Zanussi ZL914W
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Date of adding : 2014-11-18 18:48:40
Number of pages: 16
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REFRIGERATOR
ZL914W
INSTRUCTIONBOOKLET
818 20 18--01/3

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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 ........................ 8 Contents ..........................3 To Change the Light Bulb .................... 8 When the appliance isnot in use............... 8 DescriptionoftheAppliance........4 Control Panel .............................. 4 SomethingNotWorking ............8 Usingthefrid

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DescriptionoftheAppliance Model ERC3700 5 1 1. glassshelf 7 2. dividing plate between 1 fridge and chiller 3. vegetable drawer 8 4 4. egg holder 1 5. butter compartment 2 6. ventilation grille 8 7. door shelf +box 1 8. door shelf 9. bottle shelf 1 9 3 6 ControlPanel A B A.Greenpilotlight B.Thermostatcontrolknob Illuminates when thefridgeis operating. Usetoswitchonandsetthedesiredtemperaturein thefridge. Usingthefridge Operation This applianceis designed for domesticuseonly, specifically for thes

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Beforeuse ·Removeall securing tapes. ·Wash theinsideoftheappliancewith lukewarm waterwith alittlebicarbonateofsodaadded (5ml to 0,5 litreofwater). Do not usesoap ordetergent as thesmell may linger. Dry theappliancethoroughly. Do not usedetergents, abrasivepowders, highly perfumed cleaning products, wax, polishes orproducts containing alcohol. ·Before inserting the power plug into the socket and switching on the appliance for the first time, leave it standing upright forabout30 minutes,orfor 2hou

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Measuringthetemperature Ifthetemperatureis measured using astandard, singlethermometer, this should beput in aglass of water centrally placed inside the appliance. This will reflect thetemperatureinsidethefood products. Do not placethethermometerhanging orlying directly on theshelf. · Distributefoodstuffs to allow cold airto circulatefreely between theproducts. · Do not placefood products directly against the cooling plateon therearwall as they may freeze here. · Also neverput warm products into

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NormalOperatingSounds FoodStorage · You may hearfaint gurgling orbubbling sounds · To obtain thebest results from yourappliance, when therefrigerant is pumped through thecoils neitherhot foods norliquids which may ortubing at therear, to thecooling evaporate, should be placed in the larder plate/evaporator. compartment. · When thecompressoris on, therefrigerant is · Keep thetimebetween buying chilled food and being pumped round, and you will heara placing it in yourfridgeas short as possible. wh

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Defrostingthefridge Thefridgeis defrosted automatically every timethe compressor stops. Frost formation can be prevented by: · not putting warm foodstuffinsidethecabinet. · avoiding frequently opening thedoororkeeping it open too long. · not placing foodstuffs directly against thecold cooling plate. ToChangetheLightBulb Thelight is switched on automatically when the dooris opened. Beforereplacing thelight bulb, disconnect thepowerplug from theoutlet. Press thespring togetherand pull thegrille do

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Thecompressoroperatescontinuously. Set a warmer temperature. Makesurethat thedooris completely closed and that the rubberdoorseal is completeand clean. Thetemperaturewherethecabinet is placed is abovenormal room temperature. Thecabinetdoesnotoperateatall. Theapplianceis not switched on. Coolingorinteriorlightdoesnot Power does not reach theappliance. (Try connecting another operate.Noindicatorlampslight. electrical device to the power outlet.) Thefusehas blown. Thepowerplug is not properly conne

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GuaranteeConditions StandardGuaranteeConditions SeeGuaranteeConditions on theRegistration Card. Technicalspecification * This figureis based on standard test resultd to the Model ZL914W European Standard EN153. Actual consumption will Netvolume 360 l depend on how theapplianceis used and whereit is located. 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

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Installingtheappliance To obtain thebest performancefrom theappliance, ensure : · the appliance is placed in a dry, cool place and is not exposed to direct sunlight. · the applianceis not placed close to a source of heat, e.g. acookerordishwasher. · theapplianceis level. Theapplianceshould not lean against any wall. If necessary adjust the feet using theadjustment spannersupplied. · thereis good aircirculation around theappliance and that theairchannels below and behind theappliancearenot blocke

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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. Closethecabinet and removetheplug from the electrical socket. 2 2. Removetheventilation grille. Thereis apart on thegrillethat can beremoved. Reposition it and 3 transferto theoppositeside. 3. Support theapplianceon awooden block when it is laid down. This will makeit easierto grip under theappliancewhen returning to an upright position. 4 4. On theupperpart oftheappliance. Removethe hingepin and replaceon theotherside. 5. On thelowerpart oftheappliance. Unscrew the hinge. Move

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