User manual BEKO RFNE448E35W

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[. . . ] Please read this manual before using the product!Dear Customer, We'd like you to make the best use of our product, which has been manufactured in modern facilities with care and meticulous quality controls. Thus, we advice you to read the entire user manual before you use the product. in Case the product changes hands, do not forget to hand the guide to its new owner along with the product. [. . . ] If this is necessary, please call your nearest Authorized Service. What to do for energy saving connecting the product A to electronic energy-saving systems is harmful, as it may damage the product. T For a freestanding appliance; `this refrigerating appliance is not intended to be used as a built-in appliance. T Food packages should not be in direct contact with the heat sensor located in the cooler compartment. The food should be 10 cm away from the sensor. In case of contact with the sensor, energy consumption of the device may increase. T Do not keep the refrigerator doors open for long periods. T Do not place hot food or beverages into T Do not overfill the refrigerator; blocking T In order to load the maximum quantity of food into the cooler compartment of your refrigerator, the upper drawers should be taken out and the food should be placed onto the wire/glass shelves. Net volume and energy consumption information declared in the energy label of your refrigerator was tested by taking out the upper drawers in the cooler department and the ice bucket, which is easily removable by hand. Before using your refrigerator, make sure the necessary preparations are made in line with the instructions in "Safety and environment instructions" and "Installation" sections. T Keep the product running without Placing any food inside for 6 hours and do not open the door, unless absolutely necessary. T The temperature change caused by opening and closing of the door while using the product may normally lead to frost deposit, icing and condensation on food placed on door/body shelves and glass containers placed in the product. C A sound will be heard when the compressor is engaged. It is normal to hear sound even when the compressor is inactive, due to the compressed liquids and gasses in the cooling system. These areas are designed to warm up in order to prevent condensation. C For some models, indicator panel turns off automatically 1 minutes after the door closes. It will be reactivated when the door is open or any button is pressed. T Since hot and humid air will not directly penetrate into your product when the doors are not opened, your product will optimize itself in conditions sufficient to protect your food. Functions and components such as compressor, fan, heater, defrost, lighting, display and so on will operate according to the needs to consume minimum energy under these circumstances. This icon ( ) come on when the freezer error warning indicator : All the other icons turn off. This light ( ) illuminates during power During sustained power This icon ( ) (comes on when the failures, the highest temperature that Which is the most economical set value. Economic Usage Indicator turns off when This icon ( ) lights up when this Indicates the temperature set for the This icon ( ) lights up when the Key Figures in this user manual are schematic and may not match the product exactly. [. . . ] >>> Remove any items placed on the product. The product is making noise of liquid flowing, spraying etc. There is sound of wind blowing coming from the product. There is condensation on the product's internal walls. [. . . ]


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