User manual WHIRLPOOL 1 DI-234/1 INSTRUCTION FOR USE
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Manual abstract: user guide WHIRLPOOL 1 DI-234/1INSTRUCTION FOR USE
Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] If you decide to scrap the refrigerator, it must be disposed of in compliance with local waste disposal laws. Before scrapping, cut off the power cable so that the appliance cannot be connected to the mains. Dispose of the appliance at an authorised collection centre for refrigerant.
Information This appliance is free of CFC’s (refrigerant circuit contains R134a) or free of HFC’s (refrigerant circuit contains R600a – Isobutane). For more details, please refer to the rating plate on the appliance.
PRECAUTIONS AND GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS
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Only use the refrigerator compartment to store fresh food and the freezer compartment to store frozen food, freeze fresh food and make ice cubes. [. . . ] x Do not store food against the back wall of the refrigerator compartment. x The storage of greens with a high water content may cause condensation to form inside the bottom drawer. This is quite normal however, and in no way impairs refrigerator performance.
The star freezer compartment may be used to store frozen products for the time indicated on the packaging and to freeze fresh food by placing it on the shelf in the top of the freezer. Frozen products should instead be stored in the bottom of the freezer compartment to prevent contact with food still to be frozen. The rating plate shows the quantity of fresh food that can be frozen in 24 hours. Important Wrap and seal fresh food in: x Aluminium foil, cling film, air and water-tight plastic bags, polythene containers with lids or special freezer containers. x The freezer compartment is able to maintain correct storage temperatures even in the case of power failure. If this is the case, do not open the freezer door until power is restored. Important Refer to the adjacent table for fresh food storage times (months). When you purchase frozen food, make sure: x The packaging is undamaged (frozen food in damaged packaging may have deteriorated). If the package bulges or is marked by liquid stains, the product has not been correctly stored and may have partially thawed. x When shopping, leave frozen food purchases until last and transport items in insulated bags. x Always observe the storage information on packages.
HOW TO USE THE FREEZER COMPARTMENT
Making ice cubes Fill the ice cube tray three quarters full with water and place in the bottom of the freezer compartment. If the ice cube tray sticks to the bottom of the compartment do not use pointed or sharp instruments to detach them.
HOW TO DEFROST AND CLEAN THE FREEZER COMPARTMENT
We recommend defrosting the freezer compartment once or twice a year when ice has built up to about 3 mm on the walls and when the freezer contents are low. Open the door, remove the food from the freezer, wrap in paper and pack together in an insulated bag or cool part of the house. Clean with a sponge soaked in a solution of lukewarm water and neutral detergent. x Note: To avoid irreparable damage to the freezer compartment, do not use pointed or sharp metal instruments to scrape off ice or heat the compartment artificially.
HOW TO CLEAN THE REFRIGERATOR COMPARTMENT
Regularly clean the refrigerator compartment. The formation of water droplets on the back wall of the refrigerator compartment indicates that the automatic defrosting cycle is underway. The defrost water is channelled to a run-off and collected in a container where it evaporates. x Clean the refrigerator interior with a sponge soaked in a solution of lukewarm water and/ or neutral detergent. Do not use abrasive products.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Built-in appliances x Regularly clean the air vents using a vacuum cleaner or brush (see figure ). x Clean the exterior with a soft cloth.
Free-standing appliances x Regularly clean the condenser at the rear of the appliance using a vacuum cleaner or brush (see figure ).
PROLONGED DISUSE 1. [. . . ] Make sure there is sufficient clearance above and below the refrigerator to ensure free air circulation. Clean the appliance interior (see “How to clean the refrigerator compartment”). Mount the accessories.
(only) x Mount the spacers (if provided) on the back of the condenser behind the appliance (see figure). x For best performance, leave a clearance of at least 5 cm above the appliance and enough space between the appliance and the adjacent furniture to allow air to circulate. [. . . ]
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