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  • Brand: AEG
  • Product: Refrigerator
  • Model/name: A72700GNW1
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: Dutch, English, German, French

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A72700GNW1
A73100GNW1
A92700GNW0
A92708GNW0
A93100GNW0
A93108GNW0
NL Gebruiksaanwijzing 2
EN User manual 21
FR Notice d'utilisation 38
DE Benutzerinformation 57
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CONTENTS
1. SAFETY INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
2. CONTROL PANEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
3. DAILY USE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
4. HELPFUL HINTS AND TIPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
5. CARE AND CLEANING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
6. WHAT TO DO IF… . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
7. INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
8. NOISES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
9. TECHNICAL DATA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
10. ENVIRONMENT CONCERNS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
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CUSTOMER CARE AND SERVICE
We recommend the use of original spare parts.
When contacting Service, ensure that you have the following data available.
The information can be found on the rating plate. Model, PNC, Serial Number.
Warning / Caution-Safety information
General information and tips
Environmental information
Subject to change without notice.
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1. SAFETY INFORMATION
In the interest of your safety and to en-
sure the correct use, before installing
and first using the appliance, read this
user manual carefully, including its hints
and warnings. To avoid unnecessary mis-
takes and accidents, it is important to
ensure that all people using the appli-
ance are thoroughly familiar with its op-
eration and safety features. Save these
instructions and make sure that they re-
main with the appliance if it is moved or
sold, so that everyone using it through
its life will be properly informed on ap-
pliance use and safety.
For the safety of life and property keep
the precautions of these user's instruc-
tions as the manufacturer is not respon-
sible for damages caused by omission.
1.1 Children and vulnerable
people safety
• This appliance is not intended for use
by persons (including children) with re-
duced physical, sensory or mental ca-
pabilities, or lack of experience and
knowledge, unless they have been giv-
en supervision or instruction concern-
ing use of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised to en-
sure that they do not play with the ap-
pliance.
• Keep all packaging well away from
children. There is risk of suffocation.
• If you are discarding the appliance
pull the plug out of the socket, cut the
connection cable (as close to the ap-
pliance as you can) and remove the
door to prevent playing children to
suffer electric shock or to close them-
selves into it.
• If this appliance featuring magnetic
door seals is to replace an older appli-
ance having a spring lock (latch) on
the door or lid, be sure to make that
spring lock unusable before you dis-
card the old appliance. This will pre-
vent it from becoming a death trap for
a child.
1.2 General safety
WARNING!
Keep ventilation openings, in the appli-
ance enclosure or in the built-in struc-
ture, clear of obstruction.
• The appliance is intended for keeping
foodstuff and/or beverages in a nor-
mal household as explained in this in-
struction booklet.
• Do not use a mechanical device or any
artificial means to speed up the thaw-
ing process.
• Do not use other electrical appliances
(such as ice cream makers) inside of
refrigerating appliances, unless they
are approved for this purpose by the
manufacturer.
• Do not damage the refrigerant circuit.
• The refrigerant isobutane (R600a) is
contained within the refrigerant circuit
of the appliance, a natural gas with a
high level of environmental compati-
bility, which is nevertheless flammable.
During transportation and installation
of the appliance, be certain that none
of the components of the refrigerant
circuit become damaged.
If the refrigerant circuit should be-
come damaged:
– avoid open flames and sources of
ignition
– thoroughly ventilate the room in
which the appliance is situated
• It is dangerous to alter the specifica-
tions or modify this product in any
way. Any damage to the cord may
cause a short-circuit, fire and/or elec-
tric shock.
WARNING!
Any electrical component (power
cord, plug, compressor) must be
replaced by a certified service
agent or qualified service per-
sonnel to avoid hazard.
1. Power cord must not be length-
ened.
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2. Make sure that the power plug is
not squashed or damaged by the
back of the appliance. A squashed
or damaged power plug may
overheat and cause a fire.
3. Make sure that you can come to
the mains plug of the appliance.
4. Do not pull the mains cable.
5. If the power plug socket is loose,
do not insert the power plug.
There is a risk of electric shock or
fire.
6. You must not operate the appli-
ance without the lamp cover (if
foreseen) of interior lighting.
• This appliance is heavy. Care should
be taken when moving it.
• Do not remove nor touch items from
the freezer compartment if your hands
are damp/wet, as this could cause skin
abrasions or frost/freezer burns.
• Avoid prolonged exposure of the ap-
pliance to direct sunlight.
• Bulb lamps (if foreseen) used in this
appliance are special purpose lamps
selected for household appliances use
only. They are not suitable for house-
hold room illumination.
1.3 Daily Use
• Do not put hot pot on the plastic parts
in the appliance.
• Do not store flammable gas and liquid
in the appliance, because they may
explode.
• Do not place food products directly
against the air outlet on the rear wall.
(If the appliance is Frost Free)
• Frozen food must not be re-frozen
once it has been thawed out.
• Store pre-packed frozen food in ac-
cordance with the frozen food manu-
facturer's instructions.
• Appliance's manufacturers storage
recommendations should be strictly
adhered to. Refer to relevant instruc-
tions.
• Do not place carbonated or fizzy
drinks in the freezer compartment as it
creates pressure on the container,
which may cause it to explode, result-
ing in damage to the appliance.
• Ice lollies can cause frost burns if con-
sumed straight from the appliance.
1.4 Care and cleaning
• Before maintenance, switch off the ap-
pliance and disconnect the mains plug
from the mains socket.
• Do not clean the appliance with metal
objects.
• Do not use sharp objects to remove
frost from the appliance. Use a plastic
scraper.
• Never use a hair drier or other heating
appliances to speed up defrosting. Ex-
cessive heat may damage the plastic
interior, and humidity could enter the
electric system making it live.
1.5 Installation
For electrical connection careful-
ly follow the instructions given in
specific paragraphs.
• Unpack the appliance and check if
there are damages on it. Do not con-
nect the appliance if it is damaged.
Report possible damages immediately
to the place you bought it. In that case
retain packing.
• It is advisable to wait at least four
hours before connecting the appli-
ance to allow the oil to flow back in
the compressor.
• Adequate air circulation should be
around the appliance, lacking this
leads to overheating. To achieve suffi-
cient ventilation follow the instructions
relevant to installation.
• Wherever possible the back of the
product should be against a wall to
avoid touching or catching warm parts
(compressor, condenser) to prevent
possible burn.
• The appliance must not be located
close to radiators or cookers.
• Make sure that the mains plug is ac-
cessible after the installation of the ap-
pliance.
• Connect to potable water supply only
(If a water connection is foreseen).
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1.6 Service
• Any electrical work required to do the
servicing of the appliance should be
carried out by a qualified electrician or
competent person.
• This product must be serviced by an
authorized Service Centre, and only
genuine spare parts must be used.
1.7 Environment Protection
This appliance does not contain
gasses which could damage the
ozone layer, in either its refriger-
ant circuit or insulation materials.
The appliance shall not be dis-
carded together with the urban
refuse and rubbish. The insula-
tion foam contains flammable
gases: the appliance shall be dis-
posed according to the applica-
ble regulations to obtain from
your local authorities. Avoid
damaging the cooling unit, espe-
cially at the rear near the heat ex-
changer. The materials used on
this appliance marked by the
symbol are recyclable.
2. CONTROL PANEL
5
6 4 3 2
1
1 Display
2 Temperature warmer button
3 Temperature colder button
4 OK button
5 Mode button
6 ON/OFF button
It is possible to change predefined
sound of buttons to a loudly one by
pressing together Mode button and
Temperature colder button for some
seconds. Change is reversible.
2.1 Display/Indicator
3 4 5 6
2
1
1 Timer indicator
2 FROSTMATIC function
3 Minute Minder function
4 Child Lock function
5 Alarm indicator
6 Temperature indicator
2.2 Switching on
To switch on the appliance do these
steps:
1. Connect the mains plug to the pow-
er socket.
2. Press the ON/OFF button if the dis-
play is off.
3. The alarm buzzer could operate af-
ter few seconds.
To reset the alarm refer to “High
temperature alarm”.
4. If "dEMo" appears on the display,
the appliance is in demonstration
mode. Refer to "What to do if..."
paragraph.
5. The temperature indicators show the
set default temperature.
To select a different set temperature re-
fer to "Temperature regulation".
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If the door remains open for
some minutes, the light will turn
off automatically. The light is re-
set by closing and opening the
door itself.
2.3 Switching off
To switch off the appliance do these
steps:
1. Press the ON/OFF button for few
seconds.
2. The display switches off.
3. To disconnect the appliance from
the power disconnect the mains
plug from the power socket.
2.4 Temperature regulation
The set temperature of the freezer may
be adjusted by pressing the temperature
button.
Set default temperature:
• -18°C for the freezer
The temperature indicator shows the set
temperature.
The set temperature will be reached
within 24 hours.
After a power failure the set tem-
perature remains stored.
2.5 FROSTMATIC function
To switch on the function:
1. Press the Mode button until the cor-
responding icon appears.
The FROSTMATIC indicator flashes.
2. Press the OK button to confirm.
The FROSTMATIC indicator is
shown.
This function stops automatically after 52
hours.
To switch off the function before its au-
tomatic end:
1. Press the Mode button until the
FROSTMATIC indicator flashes.
2. Press the OK button to confirm.
3. The FROSTMATIC indicator goes
off.
The function switches off by se-
lecting a different freezer set
temperature.
2.6 Minute Minder function
The Minute Minder function is to be
used to set an acoustic alarm at the pre-
ferred time, useful for example when a
recipe requires to cool down a mixture
for a certain length of time, or when a re-
minder is needed in order not to forget
the bottles placed in the freezer for fast
cooling.
To switch on the function:
1. Press the Mode button until the cor-
responding icon appears.
The Minute Minder indicator flashes.
The Timer shows the set value (30
minutes) for a few seconds.
2. Press the Temperature colder but-
ton or the Temperature warmer but-
ton to change the Timer set value
from 1 to 90 minutes.
3. Press the OK button to confirm.
The Minute Minder indicator is
shown.
The Timer start to flash (min).
At the end of the countdown the Minute
Minder indicator flashes and an audible
alarm sounds:
1. Remove any drinks contained in the
freezer compartment.
2. Press OK button to switch off the
sound and terminate the function.
It is possible to deactivate the function
at any time during the countdown:
1. Press the Mode button until the Mi-
nute Minder indicator flashes.
2. Press the OK button to confirm.
3. The Minute Minder indicator goes
off.
It is possible to change the time during
the countdown and at the end by press-
ing the Temperature colder button and
the Temperature warmer button.
2.7 Child Lock function
To lock the buttons from unintentional
operation select the Child Lock function.
To switch on the function:
1. Press the Mode button until the cor-
responding icon appears.
2. The Child Lock indicator flashes.
3. Press the OK button to confirm.
The Child Lock indicator is shown.
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To switch off the function:
1. Press the Mode button until the
Child Lock indicator flashes.
2. Press the OK button to confirm.
3. The Child Lock indicator goes off.
2.8 High temperature alarm
Temperature increase in the freezer
compartment (for example due to an
earlier power failure or door is open) is
indicated by:
• flashing the alarm and freezer temper-
ature indicators
• sounding of buzzer.
To reset the alarm:
1. Press any button.
2. The buzzer switches off.
3. The freezer temperature indicator
shows the highest temperature
reached for a few seconds. Then
show again the set temperature.
4. The alarm indicator continue to flash
until the normal conditions are re-
stored.
2.9 Door open alarm
An acoustic alarm will sound if the door
is left open for a few minutes. The door
open alarm conditions are indicated by:
• flashing alarm indicator
• acoustic buzzer.
When normal conditions are restored
(door closed), the alarm will stop.
During the alarm phase, the buzzer can
be switched off by pressing any button.
3. DAILY USE
3.1 Freezing fresh food
The freezer compartment is suitable for
freezing fresh food and storing frozen
and deep-frozen food for a long time.
To freeze small amount of fresh foods it
is not necessary to change the present
setting.
To freeze fresh food activate the FROST-
MATIC function at least 24 hours before
placing the food to be frozen in the
freezer compartment.
Place the fresh food to be frozen in all
compartments except the bottom draw-
er.
The maximum amount of food that can
be frozen in 24 hours is specified on the
rating plate, a label located on the in-
side of the appliance.
The freezing process lasts 24 hours: dur-
ing this period do not add other food to
be frozen.
3.2 Storage of frozen food
When first starting-up or after a period
out of use, before putting the products
in the compartment let the appliance run
at least 2 hours.
The freezer baskets ensure that it is
quick and easy to find the food package
you want. If large quantities of food are
to be stored, remove all drawers except
for the bottom basket which needs to be
in place to provide good air circulation.
On all shelves except for the top shelf it
is possible to place food that protrude
15 mm from the door.
In the event of accidental de-
frosting, for example due to a
power failure, if the power has
been off for longer that the value
shown in the technical character-
istics chart under "rising time",
the defrosted food must be con-
sumed quickly or cooked imme-
diately and then re-frozen (after
cooling).
3.3 Thawing
Deep-frozen or frozen food, prior to be-
ing used, can be thawed in the refrigera-
tor compartment or at room tempera-
ture, depending on the time available
for this operation.
Small pieces may even be cooked still
frozen, directly from the freezer: in this
case, cooking will take longer.
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3.4 Cold accumulators
One or more cold accumulators are sup-
plied in the freezer; these increase the
length of time for which food will keep in
the event of a power failure or break-
down.
3.5 Removal of freezing baskets from the freezer
2
1
The freezing baskets have a limit stop to
prevent their accidental removal or fall-
ing out. At the time of its removal from
the freezer, pull the basket towards your-
self and, upon reaching the end point,
remove the basket by tilting its front up-
wards.
At the time of putting it back, slightly lift
the front of the basket to insert it into
the freezer. Once you are over the end
points, push the baskets back in their
position.
3.6 Cleaning the interior
Before using the appliance for the first
time, wash the interior and all internal
accessories with lukewarm water and
some neutral soap so as to remove the
typical smell of a brand-new product,
then dry thoroughly.
Do not use detergents or abra-
sive powders, as these will dam-
age the finish.
Check that the drain hose at the rear of
the cabinet discharges into the drip tray
4. HELPFUL HINTS AND TIPS
4.1 Hints for freezing
To help you make the most of the freez-
ing process, here are some important
hints:
• the maximum quantity of food which
can be frozen in 24 hrs. is shown on
the rating plate;
• the freezing process takes 24 hours.
No further food to be frozen should
be added during this period;
• only freeze top quality, fresh and thor-
oughly cleaned, foodstuffs;
• prepare food in small portions to ena-
ble it to be rapidly and completely fro-
zen and to make it possible subse-
quently to thaw only the quantity re-
quired;
• wrap up the food in aluminium foil or
polythene and make sure that the
packages are airtight;
• do not allow fresh, unfrozen food to
touch food which is already frozen,
thus avoiding a rise in temperature of
the latter;
• lean foods store better and longer
than fatty ones; salt reduces the stor-
age life of food;
• water ices, if consumed immediately
after removal from the freezer com-
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partment, can possibly cause the skin
to be freeze burnt;
• it is advisable to show the freezing in
date on each individual pack to enable
you to keep tab of the storage time.
4.2 Hints for storage of frozen
food
To obtain the best performance from
this appliance, you should:
• make sure that the commercially fro-
zen foodstuffs were adequately stored
by the retailer;
• be sure that frozen foodstuffs are
transferred from the foodstore to the
freezer in the shortest possible time;
• not open the door frequently or leave
it open longer than absolutely neces-
sary;
• once defrosted, food deteriorates rap-
idly and cannot be refrozen;
• do not exceed the storage period in-
dicated by the food manufacturer.
5. CARE AND CLEANING
CAUTION!
Unplug the appliance before car-
rying out any maintenance oper-
ation.
This appliance contains hydrocar-
bons in its cooling unit; mainte-
nance and recharging must
therefore only be carried out by
authorized technicians.
5.1 Periodic cleaning
The equipment has to be cleaned regu-
larly:
• clean the inside and accessories with
lukewarm water and some neutral
soap.
• regularly check the door seals and
wipe clean to ensure they are clean
and free from debris.
• rinse and dry thoroughly.
Do not pull, move or damage
any pipes and/or cables inside
the cabinet.
Never use detergents, abrasive
powders, highly perfumed clean-
ing products or wax polishes to
clean the interior as this will dam-
age the surface and leave a
strong odor.
Clean the condenser (black grill) and the
compressor at the back of the appliance
with a brush. This operation will improve
the performance of the appliance and
save energy consumption.
Take care of not to damage the
cooling system.
When moving the cabinet, lift it
by the front edge to avoid
scratching the floor.
Many proprietary kitchen surface clean-
ers contain chemicals that can attack/
damage the plastics used in this appli-
ance. For this reason use a soft cloth
rinsed in warm water and neutral soap
emulsion for cleaning external surfaces.
Do not use detergents or abra-
sive paste as these will damage
the paint, or stainless steel anti
finger print coating.
After cleaning, reconnect the equipment
to the mains supply.
5.2 Defrosting of the freezer
The freezer compartment of this model,
on the other hand, is a "no frost" type.
This means that there is no buildup of
frost when it is in operation, neither on
the internal walls nor on the foods.
The absence of frost is due to the con-
tinuous circulation of cold air inside the
compartment, driven by an automatically
controlled fan.
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5.3 Periods of non-operation
When the appliance is not in use for
long periods, take the following precau-
tions:
1. disconnect the appliance from elec-
tricity supply
2. remove all food
3. clean the appliance and all accesso-
ries
4. leave the door/doors open to pre-
vent unpleasant smells.
If the cabinet will be kept on, ask
somebody to check it once in a
while to prevent the food inside
from spoiling in case of a power
failure.
5.4 Cleaning the ventilation grille
The ventilation grille can be removed for
washing.
Make sure the door is open and then:
• Loosen the upper edge of the grille by
pulling outward/downward.
• Pull the grille straight out to complete-
ly remove it.
• Vacuum clean under the cabinet.
6. WHAT TO DO IF…
During operation of the appliance some
smaller but annoying trouble can often
occur, which does not require calling a
technician out. In the following chart in-
formation is given about them to avoid
unnecessary charges on service.
The operation of the appliance
goes with certain sounds (com-
pressor and circulating sound).
This not means a trouble, but a
normal operation.
The appliance operates discon-
tinuously, so the stopping of
compressor does not mean be-
ing no current. That is why you
must not touch the electrical
parts of the appliance before
breaking the circuit.
Problem Possible cause Solution
The appliance is
noisy.
The appliance is not sup-
ported properly.
Check if the appliance
stands stable (all feet and
wheels should be on the
floor). Refer to "Levelling".
The buzzer sounds.
The Alarm icon flash-
ing.
The temperature in the
freezer is too high.
Refer to "HighTempera-
ture Alarm".
The door is not closed
correctly.
Refer to "Door open
alarm".
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Problem Possible cause Solution
upper or lower
square is shown in
the temperature dis-
play.
An error has occurred in
measuring the tempera-
ture.
Call your service represen-
tative (the cooling system
will continue to keep food
products cold, but temper-
ature adjustment will not
be possible).
“dEMo” appears on
the display.
The appliance is in dem-
onstration mode.
Keep pressed approxi-
mately 10 sec the OK but-
ton since a long sound of
buzzer is heard and the
display shut off for a short
while: appliance start
works regularly.
The compressor runs
continuously.
The Temperature regula-
tor may be set incorrectly.
Set a warmer temperature.
The door is not closed
correctly.
Refer to "Closing the
door".
The door has been
opened too frequently.
Do not keep the door
open longer than necessa-
ry.
The food temperature is
too high.
Let the food temperature
decrease to room temper-
ature before storage.
The room temperature is
too high.
Decrease the room tem-
perature.
There is too much
frost and ice.
The door is not closed
correctly.
Refer to "Closing the
door".
The door gasket is de-
formed or dirty.
Refer to "Closing the
door".
The temperature in
the appliance is too
cold.
The Temperature regula-
tor may be set incorrectly.
Set a warmer temperature.
The temperature in
the appliance is too
warm.
The Temperature regula-
tor may be set incorrectly.
Set a colder temperature.
The door is not closed
correctly.
Refer to "Closing the
door".
The food temperature is
too high.
Let the food temperature
decrease to room temper-
ature before storage.
The temperature in
the freezer is too
warm.
Food is too near to each
other.
Store food so that there is
cold air circulation.
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Problem Possible cause Solution
Large quantities of food
to be frozen were put in
at the same time.
Insert smaller quantities of
food to be frozen at the
same time.
The appliance does
not operate.
The appliance is switched
off.
Switch on the appliance.
The mains plug is not
connected to the mains
socket correctly.
Connect the mains plug to
the mains socket correctly.
The appliance has no
power. There is no volt-
age in the mains socket.
Connect another electrical
appliance to the mains
socket. Check fuse. Con-
tact a qualified electrician.
The lamp does not
work.
The lamp is defective. Refer to "Replacing the
lamp".
The door has been open
to long.
Close the door.
Door interferes with
ventilation grill.
The appliance is not lev-
elled.
Refer to "Levelling".
Misaligned door. The appliance is not lev-
elled.
Refer to "Levelling".
As much as the advice does not lead to result, call the nearest brand-mark service.
6.1 Replacing the lamp
The appliance is equipped with a long-
life LED light.
Only service is allowed to replace the
lighting device. Contact your Service
Center.
6.2 Closing the door
1. Clean the door gaskets.
2. If necessary, adjust the door. Refer
to "Installation".
3. If necessary, replace the defective
door gaskets. Contact the Service
Center.
7. INSTALLATION
WARNING!
Read the "Safety Information"
carefully for your safety and cor-
rect operation of the appliance
before installing the appliance.
7.1 Positioning
Install this appliance at a location where
the ambient temperature corresponds to
the climate class indicated on the rating
plate of the appliance:
Cli-
mate
class
Ambient temperature
SN +10°C to + 32°C
N +16°C to + 32°C
ST +16°C to + 38°C
T +16°C to + 43°C
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7.2 Location
50 mm To ensure best performance, if the appli-
ance is positioned below an overhang-
ing wall unit, the minimum distance be-
tween the top of the cabinet and the
wall unit must be at least 40 mm . Ideally,
however, the appliance should not be
positioned below overhanging wall units.
The ventilation space can be:
• directly above the appliance
• behind and above the top cupboard.
In this case, the space behind the top
cupboard must be at least 50 mm
deep.
7.3 Electrical connection
Before plugging in, ensure that the volt-
age and frequency shown on the rating
plate correspond to your domestic pow-
er supply.
The appliance must be earthed. The
power supply cable plug is provided
with a contact for this purpose. If the do-
mestic power supply socket is not earth-
ed, connect the appliance to a separate
earth in compliance with current regula-
tions, consulting a qualified electrician.
The manufacturer declines all responsi-
bility if the above safety precautions are
not observed.
This appliance complies with the E.E.C.
Directives.
7.4 Removing the transport support
2
3
Your appliance is equipped with trans-
port support to secure the door during
transportation.
To remove them do these steps:
• Open the door.
• Remove the transport support from
the door sides.
• Remove the transport support from
the lower hinge (some models).
Some models are fitted with a si-
lencing pad under the cabinet.
Do not remove this pad.
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7.5 Spacers
Install the spacers provided within the
accessory bag as shown in the figures.
When two appliances are placed beside
each other, attach the adhesive spacers
between the appliances.
Install the spacers on the back side of
the panel.
7.6 Levelling
When placing the appliance ensure that
it stands level. If necessary adjust the
feet using the adjustment spanner sup-
plied.
Door alignment is dependent on proper
levelling.
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7.7 Door reversibility
1
2
4
3
To change the opening direction of the
door, do these steps:
• Remove the plug from the power.
• Remove the ventilation grille. Remove
the filling and install it on the opposite
side of the grille.
• Lay down the appliance back side
down on a wooden support.
• Unscrew the lower hinge.
• Remove the door closure device from
the hinge and move the pin to the
other side. Re-screw the door closure
device provided within the accessory
bag on the opposite side.
1
2
3
• Remove the door closure device on
the door.
• Re-screw the door closure device pro-
vided within the accessory bag on the
opposite side.
2 1
• Remove the door.
• Unscrew and move the pin to the op-
posite side.
• Re-insert the door.
• Re-screw the lower hinge.
• Raise the appliance and install the
ventilation grille.
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180°
• Unscrew the handle. On the opposite
side remove the hole covers by driving
a 3-4 mm drift or drill into them.
• Install the handle. Fit the handle on to
the opposite side by turning it on half
circle.
• Install the hole covers provided within
the accessory bag.
• Put the cabinet in position.
WARNING!
Reposition, level the appliance,
wait for at least four hours and
then connect it to the power
socket.
Do a final check to make sure that:
• All screws are tightened.
• The edges of the doors run parallel to
the side edge of the appliance.
• The magnetic seal adheres to the cab-
inet.
• The door opens and closes correctly.
WARNING!
If the ambient temperature is
cold (i.e. in Winter), the gasket
may not fit perfectly to the cabi-
net. In that case, wait for the nat-
ural fitting of the gasket.
8. NOISES
There are some sounds during normal
running (compressor, refrigerant circula-
tion).
BRRR!
HISSS!
CLICK!
BLUBB! CRACK!
SSSRRR!
OK
CLICK!
CLICK!
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BRRR!
BRRR!
BLUBB!
BLUBB!
HISSS!
HISSS!
SSSRRR! SSSRRR!
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CRACK!
CRACK!
9. TECHNICAL DATA
A72700GNW1
A92700GNW0
A92708GNW0
A73100GNW1
A93100GNW0
A93108GNW0
Dimension
Height 1650 mm 1850 mm
Width 660 mm 660 mm
Depth 680 mm 680 mm
Rising Time 16 h 16 h
Voltage 230 V 230 V
Frequency 50 Hz 50 Hz
The technical information are situated in
the rating plate on the internal left side
of the appliance and in the energy label.
10. ENVIRONMENT CONCERNS
Recycle the materials with the
symbol . Put the packaging in
applicable containers to recycle it.
Help protect the environment and
human health and to recycle waste
of electrical and electronic
appliances. Do not dispose
appliances marked with the symbol
with the household waste. Return the
product to your local recycling
facility or contact your municipal
office.
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HISSS!
HISSS!
SSSRRR! SSSRRR!
CRACK!
CRACK!
FRANÇAIS 55
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HISSS!
HISSS!
SSSRRR! SSSRRR!
CRACK!
CRACK!
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