User manual WHIRLPOOL ARC 5000 INSTRUCTION FOR USE

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[. . . ] Packing The packaging material is entirely recyclable, and marked with the recycling symbol. Keep the packaging materials (plastic bags, polystyrene parts, etc. ) out of reach of children, as they are potentially dangerous. Disposal must be carried out in accordance with local environmental regulations for waste disposal. The appliance must be delivered to an authorised collection centre for the recovery of refrigerant gas. [. . . ] • Do not place food in direct contact with the rear wall of the refrigerator compartment. • Storing vegetables with a high water content can result in condensation in the crisper drawer: this will not affect the correct operation of the appliance. HOW TO OPERATE THE FREEZER COMPARTMENT Important: • There is no need to adjust the temperature using the thermostat knob (5) as it has already been factory set to provide the correct storage temperature of frozen food in the freezer compartment at ambient temperatures between +20°C and +25°C. • After switching on, the freezer compartment takes approximately 3 hours to reach a suitable temperature for frozen food storage. Adjust the temperature if necessary: Turn the thermostat knob (5): • towards lower numbers if the temperature within the compartment is too cold; • towards higher numbers for colder temperatures. 16 A1 6gb33033. fm5 Page 17 Friday, June 7, 2002 4:53 PM HOW TO OPERATE THE FREEZER COMPARTMENT Freezing fresh food You can use the freezer compartment to freeze food. The amount of fresh food that can be frozen in 24 hours, at an ambient temperature of +25°C, is indicated on the data plate. If the appliance is provided with a freeze button (4), press it (yellow LED lights up). This operation allows to reach the maximum freezing capacity stated on the rating plate and prevents the temperature inside the refrigerator compartment from decreasing excessively during the freezing process. Wrap and seal the food in: aluminium foil, cling film, watertight plastic bags, polythene containers with lids or special freezer containers. Place food in the top compartment, leaving enough space for air to circulate around packs. To speed up the freezing process and increase the compartment capacity remove the top basket and the ice pack storage drawer (if provided). Put the already frozen food into the other drawers and the food still to be frozen directly onto the refrigerator grid. Note: • In the event of a power failure, the freezer compartment maintains the correct storage temperature as indicated on the attached sheet. • In models with one or two ice packs: This temperature can be maintained for about 25/30 hours. Important: The table alongside shows the recommended maximum storage time for frozen fresh foods. When purchasing frozen food products: • Ensure that the packaging is not damaged (frozen food in damaged packaging may have deteriorated). If the package is swollen or has damp patches, it may not have been stored under optimal conditions and defrosting may have already begun. • When shopping, leave frozen food purchases until last and transport the products in a thermally insulated cool bag. • Place the items in the freezer compartment as soon as you get home. • Always observe the storage information on the package. A2 B MONTHS FOOD 17 6gb33033. fm5 Page 18 Friday, June 7, 2002 4:53 PM HOW TO OPERATE THE FREEZER COMPARTMENT Making ice cubes • Fill the ice cube tray 3/4 with water and place it at the bottom of the freezer compartment. To speed up the ice making process, place the tray on the bottom of the first drawer (as shown in the figure) and not on the ice pack rack (if provided). • If the tray sticks to the bottom of the compartment, do not use pointed or sharp instruments to detach it. . HOW TO DEFROST THE FREEZER COMPARTMENT Defrost the freezer compartment once or twice a year, or when the ice on the walls reaches a thickness of about 3 mm. [. . . ] Electrical Connection • Electrical connections must be made in accordance with local regulations. • Ensure that the voltage indicated on the appliance data plate corresponds to the domestic supply voltage. The manufacturer declines all liability for injury to persons or animals and damage to property resulting from failure to observe the above regulations. • If the plug and socket are not of the same type, have the socket replaced by a qualified electrician. [. . . ]

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