User manual HOTPOINT B 20 A1 DV E/HA
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Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING OF THE APPLICANCE
Clean the appliance occasionally with a cloth and a solution of warm water and neutral cleaning agents specifically for cleaning the inside of the refrigerator. To ensure the constant and correct flow of the defrosting water, regularly clean the inside of the drain situated in the back wall of the refrigerator compartment near the fruit and vegetable drawer using the utensil provided (see figure). Before carrying out any maintenance or cleaning, take the plug out of the socket or disconnect the appliance from the power supply. (depending on the model)
REPLACING THE LIGHT BULB OR LED
Always disconnect the appliance from the power supply before replacing the light bulb. [. . . ] Note: Ambient air temperature, the frequency of door opening, the introduction of hot food and unsuitable appliance positioning can all affect the internal temperature of the refrigerator, which may differ from that shown on the display. Storing food the refrigerator compartment: • Cover food to prevent it drying out • The distance between the shelves and the rear wall inside the refrigerator ensures the free circulation of air • Do not place food in direct contact with the rear wall of the refrigerator compartment • Do not place hot food in the refrigerator • Store liquids in closed containers Important: Storing vegetables with a high water content can cause condensation to form on the glass shelves; this will not affect the correct operation of the appliance. 12
MEAT & FISH BOX (depending on model)
The Meat & Fish box was designed specially to keep foods fresher for longer, without altering nutritional values or original freshness. Do not store fruit or vegetables in this box, as the temperature may drop below 0°C, causing water contained in the food to freeze. Temperature Adjustment
The temperature inside the Meat & Fish box is indicated by the position of the arm on the door of the box, and depends on the general temperature of the refrigerator compartment. We recommend setting the temperature of the refrigerator compartment between +2° and +6°. To work out if the temperature inside the Meat & Fish box is correct, refer to the pictures below:
When the arm points to the left, you need to raise the temperature in the refrigerator compartment. When the arm points to the right, you need to lower the temperature in the refrigerator compartment. Important: when the function is activated and foods with a high water content are present, condensation may form on the shelves. Removing the Meat & Fish compartment:
To ensure correct operation of the product, adequate preservation of food and to optimise energy consumption, it is advisable not to remove the Meat & Fish compartment if the symbol (see Quick Guide) is not present on the control panel. In all other cases, the Meat & Fish compartment can be removed to obtain more space inside the refrigerator. Clean the defrost water drain outlet regularly using the tool supplied with the appliance in order to ensure defrost water is removed correctly. 1)
Defrosting the compartment (if present) Defrost the compartment once or twice a year or when ice formation is excessive. The amount of ice which forms and the rate at which it accumulates will vary depending on ambient conditions and the frequency with which the freezer door is opened. Ice formation is concentrated at the top of the compartment and does not affect the efficiency of the appliance. Remove the food from the freezer compartment and group together in a cool place or in a cool bag. Clean the interior of the freezer with a sponge and warm water and/or neutral detergent. Plug the appliance back in and switch on, following the instructions in chapter “How to operate the refrigerator compartment”. The settings and selections made prior to switching off will be restored. 1
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Before any cleaning or maintenance operation, unplug the appliance from the mains or disconnect the electrical power supply. Clean the inside of the refrigerator compartment periodically with a sponge dampened in warm water and/or neutral detergent. The separators must not be washed in water but simply cleaned with a damp sponge. [. . . ] If the trays stick to the bottom of the compartment, do not detach them with sharp or cutting instruments, which could damage the appliance. Attention: Do not eat ice cubes or ice lollies immediately after removal from the low temperature compartment as they may give rise to cold burns. STORAGE OF FROZEN FOOD When buying frozen food, it is suggested to use thermal bags or cold boxes. They should be the last purchases made and should be well wrapped in newspaper. [. . . ]
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