Inventum JP010NF manual

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  • Brand: Inventum
  • Product: Refrigerator
  • Model/name: JP010NF
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: Dutch, English, German, French

Table of Contents

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• Please read these instructions before operating the
appliance and retain for future use.
• Only use this appliance for the purposes described in the
instruction. The appliance is suitable for storing food. It is
possible to freeze fresh food in the freezer section.
• Only connect the appliance to alternate current, to an earthed
wall socket, with a mains voltage that corresponds with the
information provided on the information plate of the appliance.
• Do not use single/multiple adapters or extension cords.
• Do not use the appliance if the plug, cord or appliance are
damaged, or if the appliance no longer functions properly or if it
is damaged in any other way. If this is the case, consult the shop
or our technical service. Never replace the plug or cord yourself.
• The appliance must be moved and installed by two or more
persons.
• Be careful when moving the appliance to prevent the floor from
getting damaged.
• During installation, do make sure the power cable is not
damaged.
• Check that the appliance is not placed too close to a heat source.
• In order to ensure proper ventilation, a free space of 10 cm
should be maintained around the appliance.
• Never cover the ventilation openings.
• Make sure the cooling pipes do not get damaged.
• Install the appliance on a sturdy, flat and stable surface.
• Install the appliance in a dry and well ventilated room. The
appliance is intended for use in a room where the ambient
temperature falls within the applicable class, depending on the
climate class found on the information plate on the back of the
appliance.
Climatic class Ambient temperature
SN From 10°C to 32°C
N From 16°C to 32°C
ST From 18°C to 38°C
T From 18°C to 43°C
• Do not store explosive or highly flammable substances in the
appliance. The vapours could cause a fire hazard or an explosion.
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safety instructions
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• Do not store glass bottles or jars with liquids in the freezer, as
they could break when frozen.
• Do not use mechanical, electrical or chemical agents to speed
up the defrosting process.
• Make sure that children are unable to play with the appliance,
such as hide in it. This is dangerous.
• Keep the appliance out of reach of children. Children do not
see the dangers when handling electrical appliances. Therefore,
never allow children to work with electrical appliances without
supervision. Keep the appliance and cord out of reach of
children younger than 8 years of age.
Note: Children aged from 3 to 8 years are allowed to load and
unload refrigerating appliances.
• The appliance can be used by children of 8 years and older and
persons with a limited physical, sensory or mental capacity or
lack of experience or knowledge, provided they use the appliance
under supervision or have been instructed about its safe use and
understand the hazards involved.
• The appliance may not be cleaned or maintained by children,
unless this is done under supervision.
• Repairs to electrical appliances should only be performed by
skilled persons. It is dangerous to perform a repair whereby the
base unit of the appliance must be opened.
• Only use and store the appliance indoors.
• Never bend the power cord sharply or allow it to run across hot
parts.
• Always remove the plug from the socket when the appliance
must be cleaned or repaired.
• Never use the appliance with parts that are not recommended or
supplied by the manufacturer.
• Do not pull the cord and/or appliance to remove the plug from
the wall socket. Never touch the plug with wet or moist hands.
• Be careful with ice cubes and ice pops. If these are consumed
directly out of the freezer, there is a risk of frostbite.
• Never submerge the appliance, cord or plug in water.
• The appliance cannot be used with a timer or separate remote
control.
• This appliance is only suitable for household use. If the appliance
is not used as intended, no compensation can be claimed in case
of defects or accidents and the warranty will be invalidated.
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• If you decide not to use the appliance any more due to a
defect, we recommend cutting off the cord after removing
the plug from the wall socket. Household appliances are not
normal waste. Take the appliance to the waste processing
department concerned of your municipality.
Refrigerant
The refrigerant isobutene (R600a) is contained within the
refrigerant circuit of the appliance, a natural gas with a high level
of environmental compatibility, which is nevertheless flammable.
During transportation and installation of the appliance, ensure
that none of the components of the refrigerant circuit becomes
damaged. The refrigerant (R600a) is flammable.
WARNING: Refrigerators contain refrigerant and gases in
the insulation. Refrigerant and gases must be disposed of
professionally as they may cause eye injuries or ignition. Ensure
that tubing of the refrigerant circuit is not damage prior to proper
disposal.
WARNING: Risk of fire/ flammable materials
If the refrigerant circuit should be damaged:
- Avoid open flames and sources of ignition.
- Thoroughly ventilate the room in which the appliance is situated.
It is dangerous to alter the specifications or modify this product
in any way. Any damage to the cord may cause a shortcircuit, fire,
and/or electric shock.
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appliance description
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1. Interior lighting with thermostat
2. Glass shelves
3. Crisp drawer
4. Freezer drawers
5. Adjustable feet
6. Door - freezer section
7. Bottle compartment
8. Door compartments
9. Door - cooler section
10. Egg tray
11. Icecube holder
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before the first use
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Before using the appliance for the first time, you should proceed as follows: carefully unpack the appliance and remove all
packaging material and any promotional stickers. Keep the packaging (plastic bags, polystyrene and cardboard) out of the
reach of children. After unpacking the appliance, check it for external damage that may have occurred during transport.
Place the appliance on a sturdy, flat surface and make sure there is enough space all around for sufficient ventilation. A
minimum space of 10 cm is required between the appliance and the surrounding walls. In this way the appliance is able
to release heat properly, cool well and function in an energy efficient way. You can use the adjustable feet to level the
appliance. Do not place the appliance near heat sources such as central heating or a stove. Do take note of the climate class
of the appliance. When placed in a room that is too cold, the refrigerator will not function properly.
After placing the appliance, leave it for at least 3 hours before inserting the plug in the socket.
First clean the interior of the appliance. Use warm soapy water with, for instance, washing-up liquid, all-purpose cleaner or
soda. Wipe the inside of the appliance after cleaning with clean water and properly wipe everything dry. Leave the appliance
to dry for 1 to 2 hours.
usage
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The control unit of the appliance is located on the inside. Check that the voltage corresponds with what is stated on the
information plate and insert the plug in the socket.
SETTING THE TEMPERATURE OF THE COOLER SECTION
The thermostat of the cooler section is located on the inside of the refrigerator. Repeatedly press the temperature knob [1]
to set the required temperature. There are six temperature positions.
2°C is the coldest position and the FAST COOL
position ensures that the appliance cools
down rapidly. If too much food is stored in the
refrigerator at once, it is possible to switch on the
FAST COOL function. The refrigerator makes the
food as cool as possible for a period of 2.5 hours,
after which the refrigerator switches back to the pre-set temperature.
We recommend setting the appliance to the temperature position of 4°C when using the appliance in a room with room
temperature.
The appliance will now cool continuously until the set temperature has been reached. Allow the appliance to reach the
required temperature with no food. Usually this will take 2 to 3 hours. After that, you can set the thermostat knob to the
required position and fill the appliance with food.
If the ambient temperature rises, set the appliance to a lower temperature position in order to be able to guarantee the
interior temperature.
SETTING THE TEMPERATURE OF THE FREEZER SECTION
The thermostat of the freezer section is located on the inside of the refrigerator, behind the
vegetable drawer.
There are three positions. The COLDER (winter) position is the coldest position. Turn the
thermostat knob [2] to the required position.
We recommend setting the appliance to the NORMAL position when using the appliance in a room
with room temperature.
If the ambient temperature rises, turn the thermostat knob between positions NORMAL and COLD
(summer) to be able to guarantee the interior temperature.
Attention:
The ambient temperature, the frequency of opening the door and the position of the appliance have an effect on the
temperature in the appliance. Take this into account when setting the thermostat.
• Do not place hot food in the appliance.
• You should never place hazardous, highly flammable or explosive substances such as alcohol, acetone or petrol in the
appliance, because there will be a hazard of explosion.
• Carefully package meat and fish to prevent unpleasant smells.
• Leave sufficient space between the different foods, to allow the air to circulate properly.
• Do not place food against the rear wall of the appliance. The shelves have a stopper to prevent this.
• Do not leave the door open for longer than necessary.
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tips
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• High ambient temperatures have a negative effect on energy use. Keep the appliance in a position away from direct
sunlight or other sources of heat.
• Keep ventilation openings free. Clogged openings lead to higher use of energy.
• Try not to open the door too often, especially when the weather is wet and hot. Once you open the door, mind to close it
as soon as possible.
• The space between the shelves and the rear wall of the refrigerator compartment must be unobstructed to allow the
cool air to circulate. Therefore don’t place any food items against the back.
• Turn the thermostat to a lower setting when the circumstances allow it.
• Before storing fresh cooked food, make sure the food has cooled at least to room temperature.
• Ice and frost layer increase energy consumption, so clean the appliance as soon as the layer is 3 to 5 mm thick.
• If the gasket is damaged or if it turns out that the sealing is poor, the energy consumption is substantially higher. To
restore efficiency, replace the gasket.
• Always consider the instructions, otherwise the energyconsumption is substantially higher.
To avoid contamination of food, please respect the following instructions
- Opening the door for long periods can cause a significatn increase of the temperature in the compartments of the
appliance.
- Clean regularly surfaces that can come in contact with food and accessible drainage systems.
- Store raw meat and fish in suitable containers in the refrigerator, so that it is not in contact with or drip onto other food.
- Two-star frozen-food compartments are suitable for storing pre-frozen food, storing or making icecream and making ice
cubes.
- One-, two- and three-start compartments are not suitable for the freezing of fresh food.
Order Compartments TYPE Target storage
temp. [°C]
Appropriate food
1 Fridge +2 ≤ +8 Eggs, cooked food, packaged food, fruits and vegetables, dairy
products, cakes, drinks and other foods are not suitable for
freezing.
2 (***)*-Freezer ≤-18 Seafood (fish, shrimp, shellfish), freshwater aquatic products
and meat products (recommended for 3 months, the longer
the storage time, the worse the taste and nutrition), suitable
for frozen fresh food.
3 ***-Freezer ≤-18 Seafood (fish, shrimp, shellfish), freshwater aquatic products
and meat products (recommended for 3 months, the longer
the storage time, the worse the taste and nutrition), suitable
for frozen fresh food.
4 **-Freezer ≤-12 Seafood (fish, shrimp, shellfish), freshwater aquatic products
and meat products (recommended for 3 months, the longer
the storage time, the worse the taste and nutrition), suitable
for frozen fresh food.
5 *-Freezer ≤-6 Seafood (fish, shrimp, shellfish), freshwater aquatic products
and meat products (recommended for 3 months, the longer
the storage time, the worse the taste and nutrition), suitable
for frozen fresh food.
6 0-star -6 ≤ 0 Fresh pork, beef, fish, chicken, some packaged processed
foods, etc. (Recommended to eat within the same day,
preferably no more than 3 days).
Partially encapsulated processed foods (non-freezable foods).
7 Chill -2 ≤ +3 Fresh/ frozen pork, beef, chicken, freshwater aquatic products,
etc. (7 days below 0°C and above 0°C is recommended for
consumption within that day, preferably no more than 2 days).
Seafood (less than 0 for 15 days, it is not recommended to
store above 0°C.
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8 Fresh food 0 ≤ +4 Fresh pork, beef, fish, chicken, cooked food, etc.
(Recommended to eat within the same day, preferably no
more than 3 days)
9 Wine +5 ≤+20 Red wine, white wine, sparkling wine, etc.
Note: please store different foods according to the compartments or target storage temperature of your purchased
products.
- If the refrigerating appliance is left empty for long periods, switch off, defrost, clean, dry, and leave the door open to
prevent mould developing within the appliance.
WARNING -Food needs to be packed in bags before putting into the refrigerator, and liquids need to be packed in bottles or
capped containers to avoid the problem that the product design structure is not easy to clean.
cleaning & maintenance
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Before cleaning the appliance, switch it off by removing the plug from the socket.
Clean the interior of the appliance. Use warm soapy water with, for instance, washing-up liquid, all-purpose cleaner or
soda in order to prevent nasty smells. Wipe the inside of the appliance after cleaning with clean water and properly wipe
everything dry. Leave the appliance to dry for 1 to 2 hours.
The shelves, drawers and door compartments can be removed from the appliance easily and washed by hand. These
components may never be cleaned in the dishwasher.
Clean the outside of the appliance and the door rubbers with a soft damp cloth. The grill of the condenser at the rear of the
appliance can be cleaned with a vacuum cleaner with soft brush attachment.
DEFROSTING
The freezer section of this appliance is free from frost - no-frost. If used correctly, no ice will be formed.
If an ice layer is created after all, defrost the freezer section when the ice layer has reached a thickness of 3 mm. Remove
all products from the freezer section. Store the frozen products on a cool location, packaged in newspapers and blankets.
Remove the plug from the socket and keep the door of the cooler section closed while defrosting the freezer section.
Defrost the freezer section Defrosting can be accelerated by placing a tray with hot water in the freezer section. Do not use
sharp metal objects to scrape the freezer section clean, use a plastic ice scraper.
Clean and dry the freezer section. Insert the plug in the socket and set the thermostat to the required setting. Place the
frozen products back in the freezer section once it has reached the required temperature.
Warning Never remove ice with sharp objects, defrosting sprays, a hair dryer, a heater or something similar.
This could lead to unsafe situations and cause irreparable damage to the appliance
REPLACING THE LED LAMP
This appliance has been provided with a LED lamp. This lamp lasts for a longer period of time. When the LED lamp in the
appliance is broken, you are not able to replace it yourself. Contact the Inventum service department.
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troubleshooting
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Breakdown Cause Solution
Appliance does not do anything;
led does not light up
Plug not in socket Insert the plug in the socket.
Temperature in the refrigerator is
too high or too low
Incorrect thermostat setting - Set the thermostat to the correct position
- Check whether the MIN or MAX position
has been set for the freezer section.
Ventilation openings are blocked Clean the ventilation openings
Appliance makes noise Is the appliance properly installed? Check the installation
Does the rear of the refrigerator make
contact with something?
Check this and move the refrigerator
forward
Remark: bubbling and expansion noises in the cooling circuit are normal.
reversing the door opening
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The doors of the appliance can be opened on the right or left side. In order to reverse the door opening, observe the
instructions below. It would be best to do this with two people.
Attention: remove the plug from the socket. Remove all items from the refrigerator, including the shelves, before reversing
the door opening.
• Remove the protective cover on the hinge - fig.1.
• On the right top side, remove the hinge with the three bolts (do take note of the plastic adapter bushes between the
hinge and the door) - fig.2. On the left top side of the appliance, remove the two bolts.
• Carefully remove the upper door by moving it towards you and lifting it off the middle hinge. Place this door on a safe
location - fig. 3.
• Remove the middle hinge on the right side by loosening the two bolts and put it aside for the moment. Immediately
move the white protective caps from the left to the right side and place them on the location where the middle hinge was
removed - fig. 4.
• Carefully remove the bottom door by moving it towards you and lifting it off the bottom hinge - fig. 5. Place this door on a
safe location.
• At the bottom side of the door, move the plastic block from the right side to the left side.
• Then tilt the refrigerator backwards by maximum 45°.
• On the left bottom side, remove the adjustable foot and the two bolts.
• On the right bottom side, remove the hinge and the three bolts - fig. 6. Then place the hinge on the left bottom side with
the bolts.
• Place the adjustable foot on the right bottom side and re-insert the bolts there as well.
• Place the bottom door against the appliance and make sure the bottom side is properly placed on the bottom hinge.
Make sure the door is straight in relation to the exterior of the refrigerator.
• Now mount the middle hinge and accompanying bolts on the left side - fig. 7. Make sure the hinge is placed in the top side
of the bottom door. Use the adapter bushes and tighten the bolts. The bottom door has now been mounted.
• Now place the upper door against the appliance and make sure the bottom side is properly placed on the middle hinge.
• On the left top side, place the hinge with plastic adapter bushes and fasten it with the bolts - fig. 8. Make sure the door is
straight in relation to the exterior of the refrigerator.
• Carefully place the appliance upright again.
• On the right top side, screw the bolts back in the appliance.
• Place the protective cover back on the upper hinge.
• Allow the appliance to rest for 2 to 3 hours before inserting the plug in the socket.
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product fiche
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INVENTUM
Model number JP010NF
Type of appliance refrigerator/freezer
Category 7
Energy-efficiency class A+++
Annual energy consumption [Aec] 163 kWh
Nett capacity - total 295 litres
Nett capacity - cooling compartment 219 litres
Nett capacity - freezer compartment **** 76 litres
Max. storage time in case of power failure 15 hours
Freezing capacity (kg/24 hour) 4,0
Climate class N/T
Noise level dB(A) 40 dB
Type of appliance freestanding
Defrost system no-frost
Execution
Color stainless steel
Number of doors 2
Door opening reversible �
Eggholder included 1
Ice cube holder included 1
Number of glass shelves 4
Number of freezers drawers/ compartment 3
Total amount of door compartments/ bottle racks 4
Number of crisper drawers 1
CFK/HFK free free
Type of cooling agent R600a
Number of compressors 1
Technical specifications
Dimensions (wxdxh) in mm 595 x 630x 1880
Nett weight in kg 73,6 kg
Gross weight in kg 81,3 kg
Power consumption [W] 175 w
Rated voltage [V] / frequency [Hz] 220-240V/ 50Hz
Lenght of power cord [m] 1,7
Type of plug VDE plug 90°
Note: On the rating label - which you can find on the left inside the appliance - you can also find the technical specifications.
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We do not need to remind you of the importance of service. After all, we develop our products to a standard so that
you can enjoy them for many years, without any concerns. If, nevertheless, there is a problem, we believe you are
entitled to a solution straight away. Hence our products come with an exchange service, on top of the rights and
claims you are entitled to by law. By exchanging a product or part, we save you time, effort and costs.
2-year full manufacturer’s warranty
1. Customers enjoy a 2-year full manufacturer’s warranty on all Inventum products. Within this period, a faulty product
or part will always be exchanged for a new model, free of charge. In order to claim under the 2-year full manufacturer’s
warranty, you can either return the product to the shop you bought it from or contact the Inventum costumer service
department via the form at www.inventum.eu/service-aanvraag.
2. The 2-year warranty period starts from the date the product is bought.
3. In order to claim under the warranty, you must produce a copy of the original receipt.
4. The warranty applies only to normal domestic use of Inventum products within the Netherlands.
5-year Inventum warranty
1. Inventum offers a 5-year warranty on most large domestic appliances and a selection of small domestic appliances.
This 5-year Inventum warranty consists of a 2-year full manufacturer’s warranty, extended by a further 3-year warranty.
The only thing you need to do to qualify for the 3-year extended warranty is to register the product within 45 days of
purchase. You can read more about registering the product in the following paragraph.
2. In accordance with the 5-year Inventum warranty provisions, a faulty product or part will always be exchanged for a new
model during the first 2 years under the warranty. During the 3rd to 5th year under the warranty, you will only pay the costs
of exchange. The current costs of exchange are listed at www.inventum.eu/omruilkosten.
3. In order to claim under the 5-year Inventum warranty, you can either return the product to the shop you bought it from or
contact the Inventum costumer service department via the form at www.inventum.eu/service-aanvraag.
4. The 5-year warranty period starts from the date the product is bought.
5. In order to claim under the warranty, you must produce a copy of the original receipt.
6. The warranty applies only to normal domestic use of Inventum products within the Netherlands.
Product registration
1. The 3-year extended warranty is easy to obtain, free of charge, by registering the product within 45 days of purchase, via
the website www.inventum.eu/garantie- registratie. If you did not register the product within 45 days of purchase, you
can still do so up to 2 years after the purchase date. However, there will be a charge. The one-off registration charge is €
89 for each separate product. Registration is possible only for products that are subject to the 5-year Inventum warranty.
Whether the product qualifies for the 5-year Inventum warranty is stated in the product user manual and in the product
information sheet, on Inventum’s website.
2. The warranty period always starts from the date the product is bought. If the product is registered for the extended
warranty at a later date, the warranty period still starts from the original date of purchase.
3. The 3-year extended warranty can only be applied for if you are in the possession of a copy of the original receipt and the
Inventum 5-year warranty certificate.
Large domestic appliances
1. Breakdowns or faults in large domestic appliances (separate and built-in white goods) can be registered via the form at
www.inventum.eu/service-aanvraag, by calling the Inventum costumer service department or in the store where you
bought the device. The telephone number of the costumer service department can be found at www.inventum.eu.
2. In the event of breakdowns or faults in large domestic appliances, Inventum will have the option to have a service
engineer inspect the faulty device onsite at the customer in the Netherlands and to carry out repairs, there and then. The
Inventum customer service department can also decide to have the device exchanged.
3. If you suffer a breakdown or fault in a large domestic appliance during the first 2 years from the date of purchase,
Inventum will not charge any costs for the exchange, call-out or for parts and labour.
4. If you registered the product as described before at www.inventum.eu/garantie-registratie and you subsequently report
a breakdown of a large domestic appliance in the 3rd to 5th year of the date of purchase, the 5-year Inventum warranty
applies and the device will be repaired or exchanged, free of charge. In the event of a repair or exchange of the device,
you only pay the costs of exchange. The current costs of exchange are listed at www.inventum.eu/omruilkosten. If you did
not register the product, the 3-year extended warranty does not apply.
5. When reporting a breakdown or fault, a service engineer will contact the customer within 1 working day in order to make
an appointment. When the report is made in a weekend or during a public holiday, this will be the next working day.
6. If you report a breakdown or fault via the form at www.inventum.eu/service-aanvraag, you will be kept informed of the
progress via mobile messages and e-mail.
7. The warranty period starts from the date the product is bought.
general terms and conditions of service and warranty
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8. In order to claim under the warranty, you must produce a copy of the original receipt and the Inventum 5-year warranty
certificate.
9. The warranty applies only to normal domestic use of Inventum products within the Netherlands.
Breakdowns or faults outside the warranty period
1. Breakdowns or faults in small or large domestic appliances outside the warranty period, can be reported to the costumer
services department via the form at www.inventum.eu/service-aanvraag or by calling the costumer services department.
2. The costumer services department may ask you to send the product for inspection or repair. The costs of dispatch will
be at your expense.
3. The inspection to establish whether repair is possible involves a charge. You need to grant your permission for this, in
advance.
4. In the event of a large domestic appliance, Inventum, at your request, can send out a service engineer. In that case, you
will be charged the call-out costs, as well as parts and labour.
5. In the event of an instruction to repair, the repair costs must be paid in advance. In the event of a repair by a service
engineer, the costs of the repair must be settled with the engineer onsite, preferably by means of PIN payment.
Warranty exclusions
1. The following is excluded from the aforesaid warranties:
• normal wear and tear;
• improper use or misuse;
• insufficient maintenance;
• failure to comply with the operating and maintenance instructions;
• unprofessional installation or repairs by third parties or the customer himself;
• non-original parts used by the customer;
• use for commercial or business purposes;
• removal of the serial number and/or rating label.
2. In addition, the warranty does not apply to normal consumer goods, such as:
• dough hooks, baking tins, (carbon) filters, etc.;
• batteries, bulbs, carbon filters, fat filters etc.;
• external connection cables;
• glass accessories and glass parts such as oven doors;
• and similar items.
3. Transport damage not caused by Inventum is also excluded. Therefore, inspect your new device before starting to use it.
If you detect any damage, you must report this to the store where you purchased the product within 5 working days, or to
the Inventum customer service department via the form at www.inventum.eu/service-aanvraag. If transport damage is
not reported within this period, Inventum does not accept any liability in this respect.
4. The following are excluded from warranty and/or replacement: faults, loss of and damage to the device as a result of an
event that is normally insured under the home contents insurance.
Important to know
1. The replacement or repair of a faulty product, or a part thereof, does not lead to an extension of the original warranty
period.
2. Parts that have been replaced, packaging material and exchanged devices are taken back by the service engineer and
become the property of Inventum.
3. If a complaint is unfounded, all costs arising from it will be at the customer’s expense.
4. Following expiry of the warranty period, all costs of repair or replacement, including administration costs, dispatch and
call-out charges, will be charged to the customer.
5. Inventum cannot be held liable for damage as a result of devices built in incorrectly.
6. Inventum cannot be held liable for damage caused by external events, unless this liability arises from mandatory
statutory provisions.
7. These warranty and service provisions are governed by Dutch law. Disputes will be settled exclusively by the competent
Dutch court.
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