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R 36 NF G

Two-doors refrigerator-freezer
Installation and use

Двухдверный холодильник-морозильник
Установка и использование

GB Two-doors refrigerator-freezer

Instructions for installation and use……………………………………… 3

CIS Двухдверный холодильник-морозильник

Инструкции по установке и использованию……………………………9

To maintain the EFFICIENCY and SAFETY of this appliance, we recommend:

— call only the Service Centers authorized by the manufacturer

— always use original Spare Parts

Производитель оставляет за собой право без предупреждения вносить изменения в

конструкцию, не ухудшающие эффективность работы оборудования.

Некоторые параметры, приведенные в этой инструкции, являются ориентировочными:

Производитель не несет ответственности за незначительные отклонения от указанных величин.


Safety — a good habit to get into.

Read your manual carefully since it contains instructions,
which will ensure safe installation, use and maintenance of
your appliance.
Your Refrigerator is built to International safety standards
(EN60) and has been awarded the European approval mark
(IMQ) for conformity with UK electrical safety require­ments. It also meets the EC standards on the prevention
and elimination of readio interference (EC directive
87/308 — 02.06.89).

1. This appliance is designed to be used indoors and under
no circumstances should it be installed outside even if pro­tected by a roof. Leaving the appliance exposed to the rain
and whether is exceedingly dangerous.

2. The appliance should be used only by adults and exclu­sively for storing foodstuffs in compliance with the in­structions provided in this manual. Under no circum­stances should children be allowed to operate, or tamper
with, this product.

3. Do not attempt to operate or handle this appliance when
barefoot, or with wet hands or feet.

4. It is highly recommended that you do not operate this
appliance by connecting it to the power supply with exten­sions or multiple socket plugs. If the refrigerator has been
installed between two cabinets, make sure that the supply
cord is not dangerously crimped or trapped beneath a

5. Never pull the cable or the appliance to remove the plug
from the socket; this is exceedingly dangerous.

6. Do not touch the internal cooling elements, especially if
your hands are wet, since you could burn or hurt yourself.

7. Before doing any cleaning, disconnect the appliance from
the electricity (by pulling out the plug or turning off the gen­eral switch in your home); it is not sufficient to place the
temperature regulation knob “off” to cut off the power.

8. Before disposing of your old appliance, remember to
break or remove the lock as a safety measure to protect chil­dren who might lock themselves inside the appliance when
playing. In addition, if the appliance is a new one with a
lock, keep the key out of the reach of small children.

9. If your appliance is not operating properly, read the chap­ter entitled, “Trouble Shooting”, which might help you to
resolve the problem, before calling an after-sales service
center. Do not attempt to repair the appliance by tampering
with the internal components.

10. If the power supply cord must be replaced, please con-
tact one of our Customer Service Centers. In some cases, the
connections are made using special terminals and in others a
special tool must be used to access the connections.

11. Do not use electric appliances inside the compartment
for food storage, if these are not those recommended by the

12. At the end of the functional life of your appliance –
containing cyclopentane gas in the insulation foam and
gas R134a (tetraphtorethane) in the refrigeration circuit – the
latter should made safe before being sent to the dump. For
this operation, please contact your dealer or the Local Or­ganisation in charge of waste disposal.


Proper installation of the appliance is essential to
ensure the best and most efficient performance of
your appliance.

The compressor and condenser generate heat and,
therefore, need to be ventilated properly. Rooms with
less than perfect ventilation are not very suited for in­stallation of the appliance. Therefore, it should be in­stalled in a room with
an opening (window or French window) that provides
the appropriate amount of air re-circulation. It is also
important that the room should not be too humid.
During installation, make sure not to cover or obstruct
the grates that allow proper ventilation of the appli­ance. For proper ventilation of the appliance, you must

— a space of at least 10 cm between the top part and any
cabinets above it;

— a space of at least 5 cm between the sides of the ap­pliance and any adjacent cabinets/walls.

Away from Heat

Avoid positioning the appliance in a place where it is

directly exposed to sunlight or near an oven, cook top or the



The floor should be perfectly levelled; if not, you can adjust the
feet at the front of the appliance.


Before making the electrical connection, check that the voltage
shown on the data plate, that you will find on the bottom left
hand side of the appliance next to the crisper, corresponds to
that of your mains and that the socket is earthed in conformity
with all current electrical regulations. If the system is not
earthed, the manufacturer declines all liability for consequent
damages or losses. Do not use adapters or multiple sockets.

Check the power load

The electrical socket must support the maximum power load of
the appliance shown on the data plate (on the bottom left hand
side of the appliance next to the crisper).

Before plugging the appliance to the mains

Set the appliance upright and wait at least 3 hours before plug­ging the appliance into the mains to ensure proper performance.


A closer look

Fig. 1

Thermostat knob for regulating the tempera-
Use this knob to regulate the temperature of the refrig­erator. The following settings are available Fig.1:

off — The refrigerator is off;
min — less cold;
max — colder

Hanging rack with transparent cover

Middle hanging racks

Lower hanging rack with bottles holder

Adjustable feet

Fruit and vegetable drawer

Removable height adjustable shelves

Glass tray

Drainage system for thawn water

Eggs tray


Compartment for freezing and frozen food

Ice container

Butter dish with cover

Rear stoppers (Fig. 4)

Setting up Your Appliance

After the appliance has been delivered, stand it in the
upright position and wait approximately 3 hours be­fore connecting it to the electrical outlet to guarantee
that it operates properly.

Before placing foodstuffs in the refrigerator or freezer,
clean the interior well with warm water and baking soda.

After putting the plug in the socket, make sure that the light

is on inside the appliance and then turn the thermostat knob
(A) to the medium” setting. After a few hours have passed,
you can place fresh food in the refrigerator compartment and
frozen foods into the freezer.


How to use the refrigerator compartment…

The thermostat automatically regulates the temperature in­side the appliance

min — less cold
max — colder

It is recommended that a medium setting be used.
To increase the amount of space, optimize arrangement
and improve appearance, this appliance has a “cooling
area” located within the back panel of the refrigerator
compart-ment. When the appliance is operating, this panel
may be covered with frost or droplets of water depending
on whether the compressor is operating or not at a given
time. Do not be

concerned about this! The refrigerator is operating normally.

If the thermostat knob is positioned on higher settings while
the refrigerator is heavily filled and the ambient temperature
is high, the appliance may run continuously, resulting in the
formation of frost on the back cooling area. This will lead to
an increase in energy consumption.

To avoid this situation, just turn the thermostat knob
to a lower setting so that the appliance defrosts auto­matically.

Storing food in the Refrigerator Compartment


Storage time Location in the Refrigerator

Wrapped meat and cleavec fish
(use plastic wrap or pack in plastic bags)
Fresh cheese

Eggs 1 month In special egg tray on any shelf
Butter, margarine 1 week On any shelf
Cooked or precooked food (placer in air-tight con­tainers and when cool store in refrigerator)
Sausages, salami, sandwich meats in general, fresh
pasta, custards, puddings, chocolates, cream pastries,
bread, dry pastries, red tomatoes
Bottled products, milk, drinks, yoghurt 3 or 4 days On special door shelves
Fruits and vegetables In vegetable crisper

2 or 3 days

3 or 4 days

3 or 4 days On any shelf

3 or 4 days On any shelf

On the shelf above the vegetable crisper
(which is the coldest area).
On the shelf above the vegetable crisper
(which is the coldest area).

What Should Not be Stored in the Refrigerator

Garlic (transmits odour), onions and leeks.
Bananas (they will turn black).
Citrus fruits.
Potatoes and root vegetables (store in dark, dry places).

— Within the refrigerator compartment, the air circulates
naturally, with the colder air falling because it is heavier.
This is the reason why meat and cheeses should be placed
above the vegetable crisper.

— Please follow our instructions carefully on maximum
storage time: any food, even the freshest, will not remain
edible for any extended amount of time.

— Do not place liquids in containers without covering them
because this will lead to an increase in the level of mois­ture within the refrigerator, causing the formation of frost.

— Remember to cool hot food before storing otherwise the
temperature inside the appliance will increase, causing the

compressor to work harder and use more energy.

— Contrary to popular belief, cooked foods are not stored any
longer than raw food.

— The refrigerator compartment is equipped with convenient,
removable shelves which can be adjusted for height using
the shelf guides. This allows you to place even large con­tainers and foodstuffs in the refrigerator.

— Be careful not to place containers (plastic or glass), food or
other objects in direct contact with the cooling area of the
back wall of the refrigerator. This could harm the food, in­crease energy consumption and facilitate the formation of
condensate (on food, containers, etc.).


Freezing Foods Properl

— For the preparation of food to be frozen, please con­sult
a specialized manual.

— Food that has be thawed, even partially, must not be re­frozen: you must cook it in order to consume it (within 24
hours) or to freeze it once again.

— Fresh foods that you intend to freeze must not be placed
in contact with those that are already frozen or those that
have been fast-frozen. Rather, they must be placed on atop
the grate in the freezer compartment, in contact with the
walls of the compartment (back or side) if possible. Please
keep in mind that proper conservation of frozen foods de­pends on the speed
with which they are frozen.

— During the freezing process, avoid opening the door of
the freezer.

— The maximum daily quantity of food that can be frozen is
indicated on the rating plate located to the left of the veg­etable crisper.

— In order to freeze and then thaw foods optimally, it is rec­ommended that you divide food into small portions so that
they freeze quickly and uniformly. The packages should be
clearly marked with the content and the date they were

— Do not open the freezer door in the event of a power
failure or malfunction. This precaution will slow the rise in

Tips on Saving Energy

— Install the Appliance Properly

In other words, away from sources of heat and direct sun­light, in a well ventilated room complying with the mini­mum distances indicated in the paragraph entitled, “ Instal­lation/ Ventilation.”

— Use the Right Temperature Setting

A setting which is too cold increases energy consumption.

— Do not Overfill

To conserve food properly, the cold air must circulate
freely within the refrigerator. If it is overfilled, this will
prevent proper air circulation, forcing the compressor to
work continuously.

temperature within the compartment. If the door is not

opened, frozen and fast-frozen foods will remain in their
current state for approximately 17 hours.

— Do not place full bottles in the freezer: they could easily
burst because all liquids increase in volume when they

-If the ambient temperature remains below 14°C for an
extended period of time, the temperature needed for ex­tended
storage of food in the freezer will not be reached,
resulting in reduced storage life of the food.

-Fill the ice container so that they are no more indication of

— Close the Doors

Open your refrigerator as little as possible because each time
you do so you loose much of the cold air. To raise the tem­perature to the proper level again, the motor must work for a
long time, consuming energy.

— Keep an Eye on the Seals

Keep the seals clean and make sure that they adhere well to
the door. This alone will ensure that no cold air escapes

— No Hot Foods

A hot pot or pan placed in the refrigerator immediately
raises the temperature by several degrees. Let hot cookware
and food cool to ambient temperature before placing them in
the refrigerator.



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