User manual WHIRLPOOL ARB 540-K/G/1 INSTRUCTION FOR USE

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[. . . ] 1 - internal cover) DESCRIPTION OF THE COMBINED REFRIGERATOR R E F R I G E R A T O R C O M P A R T M E N T F R E E Z E R C O M P A R T M E N T a b c d e f g h x Refrigerator thermostat control knob Light switch Refrigerator compartment interior light Crystal shelves Crispers Lower rack Bottles rack Top rack Defrosting of the refrigerator compartment − it switches on the appliance and adjusts the refrigerator temperature − position “0”: refrigerator off − position 2 - 3: med. cold temperature − position 3 - 4: very cold temperature − it is operated automatically by the door opening/closing and operates the switching on of the interior light of the refrigerator compartment − with a 15 W lamp already provided − removable and adjustable at different heights: they are made of unbreakable crystal − sliding wide crispers for fruits and vegetables − butter compartment with door − to store standard 1, 5 l bottles: sliding bottle-stop − with transparent balcony; it incorporates 2 removable egg-racks − the refrigerator compartment does not require any defrost operation as defrosting takes normally place during the operation of the appliance. i l m n o p q On/off freezer switch ( Alarm pilot lamp ( l) # M ) Fast freeze switch ( ) Freezer thermostat control knob Freezer defrost water collector Freezer baskets Ventilation grid − it switches on and off the freezer compartment: the green light on indicates that the freezer is operating. − red light: it switches on when the freezer has not yet attained the correct operating temperature. − when activated, the “yellow pilot lamp” switches on; this function has to be used when freezing fresh foods − it controls the freezer compartment temperature; at first, adjust it on a med value. [. . . ] The green pilot lamp remains always alight and indicates the operation of the freezer. The red alarm pilot lamp remains alight until the correct operation temperature of the freezer has been attained. Then this lamp switches on only when the temperature inside the refrigerator rises due to frequent door opening or to prolonged door opening, or when the appliance has been loaded with fresh food to be frozen. 1) until the red pilot lamp switches off automatically. A i l Mi l 7 M Y N C GB USE OF THE REFRIGERATOR COMPARTMENT (Fig. 6) All itemps stored in the refrigerator compartment should be wrapped in aluminium or plastic sheeting or kept in a covered container. This prevents foods from becoming dry on the surface and stops strong smells and flavours being passed from one food to another. The coldest section of the refrigerator compartment is immediately above the crispers. Meat, fish, sausages: these should be stored on the top crispers plate. Eggs, cheese and dairy produces: these should be stored in the compartments of the refrigerator door. Canned foods: once the can has been opened, transfer unused foods into a non-metallic container. Important: Do not place foodstuffs or containers so that they do not allow free circulation of air, or against the rear wall. Allow cooked food to cool before storing in the refrigerator compartment. Wrap foods to be frozen in aluminium foils, polystyrene bags or into appropriate containers. The freezer compartment grants the appropriate storage temperature for 18 hours approx. , even in case of power failure. Position them in the freezing-in compartment in contact with foods to lengthen the storage time in case of a power failure, up to 24 hours approx. However, during the power failure, we suggest you leave the freezer compartment door closed. PRODUCTION OF ICE CUBES 3/4 fill the ice cube trays and place them in the freezer compartment, top freezer baskets. Attention: Do not eat ice cubes or ice lollies immediately after their removal from the freezer as they may give rise to “cold burns”. Do not store liquids in glass containers. STORAGE OF DEEP FROZEN FOODS When buying deep frozen foods, make sure that wrapper or packet is intact. If it bulges or sags or has spots of moisture on it, it may not have been kept cold enough and the contents may have lost their original quality. When home, store deep frozen foods in the freezer compartment with the least possible delay, as any appreciable rise in temperature may alterate their freshness. Store deep frozen foods no longer than the packet instructions recommend. DEFROSTING THE REFRIGERATOR COMPARTMENT Defrosting of the refrigerator compartment is fully automatic: the defrost water flows on the rear wall of the liner into a tray situated on the compressor casings, where it evaporates. THAWING Here are some basic suggestions: Raw vegetables: do not thaw, put straight into boiling water and cook as usual. Meat (large cuts): thaw in the refrigerator compartment without unwrapping them. [. . . ] Note: When the door remains open for a long time, the lamp switches off automatically after some minutes, to reduce energy consumption and to avoid overheating of the refrigerator. When the door is closed, the lamp switches on normally after some minutes. If the interior light does not operate when the door is opened, check if switch works or if the door has remained open for a long time. Disconnect the appliance from the mains or switch off the two-pole switch. [. . . ]

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