It is ideal to install the cabinet as close as possible up against the wall, however max. 75 mm from the wall.
Typical causes of malfunctions and defects
• To ensure efficient operation, it may not be placed in direct sunlight or against heat-emitting surfaces. The cabinet is designed to operate in an ambient temperature of up to +40°C.
• It is ideal to install the cabinet as close as possible up against the wall, however max. 75 mm from the wall.
• Do not block vent holes in the front panel.
Do not place products below the bottom shelf support or above mark for max. loading height
• To ensure correct and efficient air flow in the cabinet, the shaded areas must be kept free of products.
• Do not overpack the cabinet with too many foods. Allow some space between them to ensure a good airflow.
• All products to be stored, that are not wrapped or packed, must be covered in order to avoid unnecessary corrosion of the inner parts of the cabinet.
• Do not flush the cabinet with water, do not use water jet or steam hose as this may cause short-circuits in the electrical system.
• The compressor compartment and in particular the condenser must be kept free from dust and dirt. This is best done with a vacuum cleaner and a brush. The air filters on the condenser and the front panel can be removed and cleaned in a dishwasher at max. 50°C.
• Gaskets are an important part of a refrigerator/freezer. Gaskets with reduced functionality, reduces the tightness of the cabinet. Reduced tightness might cause increased humidity, internal icing, an iced up evaporator (leading to reduced refrigeration capacity), and in worst case reduced lifecycle of the cabinet. Therefore it is important to be aware of the condition of the gasket. Regular inspection is recommended. The gasket should be cleaned regularly with a mild soap solution.