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  • Brand: Beko
  • Product: Freezer
  • Model/name: FNE 19930
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: Dutch, English, German, French, Swedish, Danish

Table of Contents

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Congratulations on your choice of our product which will certainly provide you with many years
of good service.
Safety comes first!
Please read this Instruction Manual carefully. It contains important information on how to use
your new appliance. If instructions are not adhered to, you may lose your right to service at
no charge during the warranty period. Please keep this manual in a safe place and pass it on
to later users if applicable.
• Do not connect your appliance to the power supply until all packing and transit protectors
have been removed.
• Leave to stand upright for at least 4 hours before switching on to allow the system to settle
if transported horizontally.
• This appliance must only be used for its intended purpose, i.e. the storing and freezing of
edible foodstuff.
• We do not recommend use of this appliance in an unheated, cold room e.g. garage,
conservatory, annex, shed, outdoors, etc. See ‘Location’.
• On delivery, check to make sure that the product is not damaged and that all the parts and
accessories are in perfect condition.
• Do not operate a damaged appliance; if in doubt, check with your dealer.
• Do not allow children to play with the appliance.
• Do not sit or stand on or let the children sit or stand on the appliance or on the pull-out parts.
• Do not hang on the appliance door.
• Your appliance contains no fluoridated coolants (CFC/HFC), but isobutane
(R 600 a), a natural gas which is highly compatible with the environment.
(R 600 a) is easily flammable. Therefore, be sure that the cooling circuit is not damaged
either during transport or during operations.
In the event of damage;
• Avoid any open flame, sources of sparks and flammable substances.
• Immediately air the room in which the appliance is located.
• In case the coolant spraying out contacts your eyes it may cause eye injuries.
• The space in the room where the appliance is installed must not be smaller than 10 cubic
metres.
• Do not dispose of the appliance in a fire. Your appliance contains non CFC substances in
the insulation which are flammable.
• Please contact the local authority in your region for information on disposal methods and
facilities available.
Warning - Keep ventilation openings on the appliance enclosure or in the built-in structure,
clear of obstruction.
Warning - Do not use mechanical devices or other means to accelerate the defrosting
process, other than those recommended by the manufacturer.
Warning - Do not damage the refrigerant circuit.
Warning - Do not use electrical devices inside the food storage compartments of the
appliance, unless they are of the type recommended by the manufacturer.
• Avoid touching the metal condenser wiring on the backside of the appliance; there is risk
of injury.
• In the event of a possible malfunction, disconnect the appliance from the power supply first.
• Prior to cleaning the appliance always unplug the appliance or switch off the circuit breaker.
Do not pull from the power cable. Pull from the plug.
• Repairs to the electrical equipment may only be made by qualified experts. If the power cable
is damaged, the manufacturer or customer service must replace it in order to avoid
danger.
• This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been
given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for
their safety.
• Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
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Transport instructions
The appliance should be transported only in
upright position.
The packing as supplied must be intact during
transportation.
If the appliance is transported in the horizontal
position, it must be placed vertically and left
in this position for 4 hours before taking into
operation.
The appliance must be protected against rain,
moisture and other atmospheric influences.
The manufacturer assumes no liability if safety
instructions are disregarded.
Disposal
Make the appliance unusable immediately.
Pull out the mains plug and cut the power
cable. Remove or destroy snap or latch locks
before disposing of the appliance. In this
manner you prevent children from locking
themselves in and endangering their lives.
Appliance setup
• Do not operate your appliance in a room
where the temperature is likely to fall below
10 °C at night and/or especially in winter. At
lower temperatures the appliance may not
operate, resulting in a reduction in the storage
life of the food.
• The climate class rate of your appliance is
given on the rating label located inside the
appliance. It specifies the appropriate operating
ambient temperatures as explained below.
Climatic class Ambient temperatures
SN.......................+10 °C to 32 °C
N .........................+16 °C to 32 °C
ST .......................+18 °C to 38 °C
T..........................+18 °C to 43 °C
SN-ST.................+10 °C to 38 °C
SN-T ...................+10 °C to 43 °C
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Location
Only place the appliance in dry rooms which
can be ventilated.
Avoid direct sunlight or direct heat sources
such as a stove or a heater.
If this cannot be avoided, the following
minimum distances should be maintained:
From cookers : 3.00 cm
From heaters : 3.00 cm
From cooling devices : 2.50 cm
• Make sure that sufficient room is provided
around the appliance to ensure free air
circulation.
Fit the two plastic wall spacers supplied with
the appliance rotating 1/4 turn to the condenser
at the back of the appliance (Fig. 3).
• The appliance should be located on a level
surface. The two front feet can be adjusted as
required. To ensure that your appliance is
standing upright adjust the two front feet by
turning clockwise or counter-clockwise, until
the product is in firm contact with the floor.
Correct adjustment of feet avoids excessive
vibration and noise.
Electrical connections
Warning
This appliance must be grounded.
• Check whether the power type and voltage
your region corresponds to the one stated on
the rating label inside the appliance.
• The electrical safety of the appliance is only
assured when the grounding system in the
house is installed in accordance with
regulations.
• When placing the appliance, do not let the
power cable get stuck under it; otherwise the
cable will be damaged.
• Ensure that the plug remains readily
accessible. Do not use a multiple adapter bar
or an extension cable.
• The electrical specifications of your appliance
is given on the rating label located inside the
appliance.
• Route power cable to allow easy connection
and disconnection after installation.
• If the supply cord is damaged, it must be
replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent
or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid
a hazard.
• A contact separator should be used if the
power cable is not accessible. (for built-in
models)
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Get to know your appliance
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Fig. 1
Warning
Below information about accessories are
supplied only for reference. Below accessories
may not be exactly same as the accessories
of your appliance.
Control Panel
Flap (Fast-Freeze compartment)
Ice cube tray & Ice bank
Drawers
Adjustable front feet
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Prior to startup
Before you start operating your appliance, the
following points should be re-checked for
safety:
• Is the appliance standing level on the floor?
• Is there sufficient space for good air
circulation?
• Is the interior clean? (Also see the section
‘Cleaning and care’)
• Set the thermostat knob half way between
1 and Max.
• Now connect the appliance to the mains.
Do not place foodstuff into the appliance until
the temperature has reached the desired level.
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1 = Lowest cooling setting (Warmest setting)
MAX. = Highest cooling setting (Coldest and
fast freeze option setting)
Please choose the setting according to the
desired temperature.
The interior temperature also depends on
ambient temperature, the frequency with which
the door is opened and the amount of foods
kept inside.
Frequently opening the door causes the interior
temperature to rise.
For this reason, it is recommended to close
the door again as soon as possible after use.
The normal storage temperature of your
appliance should be -18 °C (0 °F). Lower
temperatures can be obtained by adjusting
the thermostat knob towards Position MAX.
We recommend checking the temperature
with a thermometer to ensure that the storage
compartments are kept to the desired
temperature. Remember to take the reading
immediately since the thermometer
temperature will rise very rapidly after you
remove it from the freezer.
Setting the operating
temperature
(Fig. 2)
The operating temperature is regulated by the
temperature control.
Warm Cold
1 2 3 4 MAX.
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Freezing
Freezing food
The freezing compartment is marked with
this symbol.
You can use the appliance for freezing fresh
food as well as for storing pre-frozen food.
Please refer to the recommendations given
on the packaging of your food.
Attention
Do not freeze fizzy drinks, as the bottle may
burst when the liquid in it is frozen.
Be careful with frozen products such as
coloured ice-cubes.
Do not exceed the freezing capacity of your
appliance in 24 hours. See the rating label.
In order to maintain the quality of the food, the
freezing must be effected as rapidly as possible.
Thus, the freezing capacity will not be
exceeded, and the temperature inside the
freezer will not rise.
Attention
Keep the already deep-frozen food always
separated with freshly placed food.
When deep-freezing hot food, the cooling
compressor will work until the food is completely
frozen. This can temporarily cause excessive
cooling of the refrigeration compartment.
If you find the freezer door difficult to open just
after you have closed it, don’t worry. This is
due to the pressure difference which will
equalize and allow the door to open normally
after a few minutes.
You will hear a vacuum sound just after closing
the door. This is quite normal.
Do not close air flow channels while loading.
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Making ice cubes
Fill the ice-cube tray 3/4 full with water and
place it in the freezer.
As soon as the water has turned into ice, you
can take out the ice cubes.
Never use sharp objects such as knives or
forks to remove the ice cubes. There is a risk
of injury!
Let the ice cubes slightly thaw instead, or put
the bottom of the tray in hot water for a short
moment.
(Fig. 4)
Fast freeze
If large amounts of fresh food are going to be
frozen, adjust the control knob to max. 24
hours before putting the fresh food in the fast
freeze compartment.
It is strongly recommended to keep the knob
at max position at least 24 hours to freeze
maximum amount of fresh food declared as
freezing capacity. Take special care not to mix
frozen food and fresh food.
Remember to turn the thermostat knob back to
its previous position once food has frozen.
Defrosting of the appliance
The appliance defrosts automatically.
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Cleaning and care
Interior and Exterior Surfaces
Attention
Always unplug the power cable or switch
off the circuit breaker before cleaning.
Clean the exterior using lukewarm water and
a mild detergent.
Never use detergents, abrasive or acidic
agents.
Wipe the inside compartment dry.
Be careful to prevent water from getting into
contact with the electrical connections of the
temperature control or the interior light.
If the appliance is not going to be used for a
long period of time, unplug the power cable
and remove all food. Clean the appliance and
keep the door open.
To preserve the appearance of your appliance,
you can polish the exterior and the door
accessories with a silicone wax.
Clean the condenser at the back of the
appliance once a year using a brush or a
vacuum cleaner. Dust build-up leads to
increased energy consumption.
Inspect the door gasket at regular intervals.
Clean with water only, and wipe totally dry.
Cleaning of the accessories
Drawers:
To clean a drawer, pull it out as far as possible,
tilt it upwards and then pull it out completely.
Practical tips and notes
Freezing
• Always leave food to thaw in a container that
allows the thawing water to run off.
• Do not exceed the maximum allowable
freezing capacity when freezing fresh food
(see the section "Freezing")
• Do not give children ice-cream and ices directly
from the freezer.
The low temperature may cause cold burns on
lips.
• Never re-freeze defrosted food; defrosted food
must be consumed within 24 hours. Only food
that has been cooked can be refrozen.
• Do not take out frozen food with wet hands.
• Store only fresh and impeccable food.
• Always use appropriate packaging material
to avoid odour penetration or degradation of
the food.
• Store commercially frozen food in accordance
with the instructions given on the packaging.
• Freeze cooked food in small quantities. This
ensures rapid freezing and maintains the
quality of the food.
• Do not freeze liquids in tightly closed bottles
or containers.
The bottles/containers may burst at low
temperatures.
• Carry pre-frozen food in suitable bags and
place it in your freezer as soon as possible.
Always defrost food in the fridge compartment.
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Normal operating noises
Various functional noises are completely
normal due to the operation of the cooling
system of your appliance;
• Gurgling, hissing, boiling or bubbling noises
are caused by the refrigerant, circulating inside
the cooling system. These noises can still be
heard for a short period of time after the
compressor shuts off.
• Sudden, sharp cracking or popping noises
are caused by the expansion and contraction
of the inside walls or some components inside
the cabinets.
• Buzzing, whirring, pulsating or high-pitched
humming noises are caused by the
compressor. These noises are slightly louder
at the start-up of the compressor and reduce
when the appliance reaches the operating
temperatures.
Also to avoid disturbing vibrations and noises
make sure that;
• Your appliance is standing level on all four
feet.
• Your appliance is not in contact with the
walls, surrounding objects or kitchen cabinets
and furniture.
• Cans, bottles or dishes inside the appliance
are not touching and hitting each other.
• All shelves and bins are mounted correctly
inside the appliance cabinets and doors.
What, if....
1- The appliance will not work, even though
it is switched on.
• Check if the power cable is properly
connected!
• Check if the mains supply is in order, or if a
circuit breaker has been tripped!
• Check the temperature control for correct
setting!
2- There is a power failure.
Your freezer is suitable for the long-term
storage of frozen food that are available
commercially and also can be used to freeze
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and store fresh food.
Do not open the door in case of a power failure.
For a rated appliance, frozen food in
the freezer compartment will not be affected
if the power failure lasts shorter than the
“Conservation Time From Failure (hours)”
mentioned in the rating label.
If the power failure is longer than the
“Conservation Time From Failure (hours)”,
then the food should be checked and either
consumed immediately or cooked and then
re-frozen.
3- Other possible malfunctions
Not every malfunction is a case for our
customer service. Very often, you can easily
resolve the problem without requesting service.
Before requesting service, please check if the
malfunction has been caused by an operating
error. If this is the case, and a service has
been requested, a service charge will be levied
even if the appliance is still under guarantee.
If the problem persists please contact your
dealer or customer service.
Please have the type and serial number of
your appliance ready when calling. The rating
label is located inside the appliance.
Reversing the door
Proceed in numerical order (Fig. 5).
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This product bears the selective
sorting symbol for waste
electrical and electronic
equipment (WEEE).
This means that this product
must be handled pursuant to
European Directive 2002/96/EC
in order to be recycled or
dismantled to minimize its
impact on the environment. For
further information, please contact your local
or regional authorities.
Electronic products not included in the
selective sorting process are potentially
dangerous for the environment and human
heatlh due to the presence of hazardous
substances.
Recycling
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Noise
(dB(A) re 1 pW)
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B
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More efficient
Less efficient
Energy consumption kWh/year
(Based on standard test results for 24 h)
Actual comsumption will
depend on how the appliance is
used and where it is located
Fresh food volume l
Frozen food volume l
Manufacturer
Model
Energy
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