User Manual Thermador 24-Inch Built-in Panel Ready Freezer Column with Ice & Water Dispenser, Left Side Door Swing. T24ID900LP

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USE & CARE GUIDE

GUIDE D’UTILISATION ET D’ENTRETIEN

MANUAL DE USO Y CUIDADO

Model/Modele/Modelo T18ID900RP T18ID900LP T24ID900RP T24ID900LP Freezer Congélateur Congelador

9 Important safety instructions READ INSTRUCTIONS - DO NOT DISCARD!

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(Important safety instructionsI mport ant saf et y i nst ruct i onsREAD INSTRUCTIONS - DO NOT DISCARD!

Definitions

9 WARNING

Non-observance of this warning could result in death or serious injuries.

9 CAUTION

Non-observance of this warning could result in slight or moderately serious injuries.

NOTICE: Non-observance of this information could damage the appliance.

Note: This indicates important information and/or tips.

About these instructions

Read and follow the operating and installation instructions. They contain important information on how to install. use and maintain the appliance.

The manufacturer is not liable if you disregard the instructions and warnings in the operating and installation instructions.

Retain all documents for subsequent use or for the next owner.

Introduction

This appliance complies with the relevant safety regulations for electrical appliances.

The refrigeration circuit has been checked for leaks.

Risk of explosion

Never use electric devices inside the appliance (e.g. heaters or electric ice makers).

Do not store products which contain flammable propellants (e.g. spray cans) or explosive substances in the appliance.

Only store high-proof alcohol tightly closed and standing up.

Do not use other means to accelerate the defrosting process other than those recommended by the manufacturer.

Risk of electric shock

Improper installations or repairs may put the user at considerable risk.

When installing the appliance. make sure that the power cord does not get jammed or damaged.

In order to avoid danger. if the power cord is damaged. disconnect the appliance from the power source immediately. Have the power cord replaced by the manufacturer. customer service or a similarly qualified person.

Do not use multiple outlets. extension cords. or adapters.

Before servicing the appliance or carrying out installation work. disconnect the appliance from the power source or switch off the fuse.

Before cleaning the appliance. press the main On/Off switch to switch the appliance off.

Glass shelves and other fittings can be moved without any risk while the appliance is switched on.

Never cut through or remove the power cord's third conductor (grounding conductor).

Never defrost or clean the appliance using a steam cleaner. The steam may penetrate electrical parts and cause a short circuit.

The appliance. cord and accessories should only be repaired or replaced by the manufacturer or an authorized service provider.

Only use original parts supplied by the manufacturer.

These parts come with a warranty from the manufacturer that they satisfy the safety requirements.

9 Important safety instructions READ INSTRUCTIONS - DO NOT DISCARD!

Risk of cold burns

Never put frozen food straight from the freezer compartment into your mouth.

Avoid prolonged skin contact with frozen food. ice or any other surface inside the freezer compartment.

Risk of injury

Containers with carbonated drinks may burst.

Do not store containers which contain carbonated drinks in the freezer compartment.

Risk of fire

Portable multi-outlet power strips and portable power supplies may overheat. causing a fire.

Never leave portable multi-outlet power strips or portable power supplies behind the appliance.

Avoiding placing children and vulnerable people at risk

At risk are:

Children.

People who have limited physical. mental or sensory abilities.

People who have inadequate knowledge concerning safe operation of the appliance.

Measures:

Never allow children to play with the appliance.

Ensure that children and vulnerable people have understood the hazards.

Supervise children who are cleaning and maintaining the appliance.

Risk of suffocation

If the appliance features a door lock: keep the key out of the reach of children.

Keep children away from the packaging and its parts.

Damage

To avoid damage:

Do not stand or lean on the base. runners or doors.

Keep plastic parts and door seals free of oil and grease.

Pull the power plug – not the power cord.

Weight

The appliance is very heavy. The appliance should always be transported and set up by at least 2 people. ~ "Installing the appliance" on page 5

State of California Proposition 65 Warnings

This product may contain a chemical known to the State of California. which can cause cancer or reproductive harm. Therefore. the packaging of your product may bear the following label as required by California:

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Intended use

I nt ended useUse this appliance

This appliance is intended for use at an elevation of no more than 2000 meters above sea level.

Environmental protection

Envi r onment al pr ot ect i onPackaging

All materials are environmentally safe and recyclable:

Dispose of packaging in an environmentally responsible manner.

Please ask your dealer or inquire at your local authority about current means of disposal.

Old appliances

Valuable raw materials can be reclaimed by recycling old appliances.

9 WARNING

CHILDREN MAY BECOME LOCKED IN THE APPLIANCE AND SUFFOCATE!

Before disposing of your old appliance:

Remove the door.

Leave shelves and bins in the appliance to prevent children from climbing in.

Keep children away from the discarded appliance.

9 CAUTION

REFRIGERANT AND HARMFUL GASES MAY ESCAPE.

Do not damage the tubes of the refrigeration circuit and insulation.

1. Pull out the power plug.

2. Cut through the power cord.

3. Have the appliance disposed of properly.

5 Installation and connection

I nst al l at i on and connect i onContents of package

After unpacking all parts. check for any damage during transport.

If you have any complaints. please contact the dealer from whom you purchased the appliance or our customer service. ~ "Customer service" on page 24

The delivery consists of the following parts:

Built-in appliance

Equipment (depending on model)

Installation material

Instruction manual

Installation instructions

Customer service booklet

Warranty enclosure

Information on the energy consumption and noises

Technical data

Refrigerant. cubic capacity and further technical specifications can be found on the rating plate. ~ "Getting to know your appliance" on page 8

Installing the appliance

Installation location The weight of the appliance may be up to 460 kg depending on the model. The base must be sufficiently stable and should not give. If necessary. reinforce the floor.

Check built-in cut-out

The cut-out must fulfill these criteria:

Anti-tilt bracket must be fitted

Cut-out depth min. 24” (610 mm). for flush installation 25” (635 mm)

Depth of shortest side panels min. 4” (100 mm)

Side-by-side installation

Observe the specifications in the installation instructions for a side-by-side installation.

If a partition wall is required between the appliances it must be at least 5/8" (16 mm) wide.

Saving energy

If you follow the instructions below. your appliance will use less power.

Note: The arrangement of the equipment does not affect the energy consumption of the appliance.

Installing the appliance Keep the appliance out of direct sunlight.

The appliance needs to cool less frequently at low ambient tempera tures and therefore consumes less power.

Install the appliance as far away as possible from heating elements. cooker and other heat sources: At least 1¼” (3 cm) from electric or gas cookers.

At least 11¾" (30 cm) from oil or solid-fuel cookers.

Select an installation location at a room temperature of approx. 68 °F (20 °C).

Do not cover or block the ventilation openings.

The appliance needs to cool less frequently if the warm air can escape and therefore consumes less power.

Ventilate the room daily.

Using the appliance Open the appliance door only briefly.

The air in the appliance does not warm up so intensely. The appliance needs to cool less frequently and therefore consumes less power.

Transport purchased food in a cool bag and place in the appliance quickly.

Allow warm food and drink to cool down before placing in the appli ance.

Thaw frozen food in the refrigerator compartment to utilize the low temperature of the frozen food.

Always leave a space between the food and the back panel.

The air can circulate and the humidity will remain constant.The appli ance needs to cool less frequently and therefore consumes less power.

Pack food airtight.

Do not cover or block the ventilation openings.

The appliance consumes less power if the warm air can escape.

Vacuum the ventilation openings once a year.

Installation and connection en-us

Before using for the first time

1. Remove information material. adhesive tape and protective foil.

2. Clean the appliance. ~ "Cleaning" on page 20

Water connection

9 CAUTION

Installation and connection of the appliance must be carried out by authorized technicians according to the installation instructions supplied.

To avoid damage to the appliance and to ensure its proper functioning. it should only be connected to a drinking water system.

To avoid water damage. a shut-off valve must be installed.

Water pressure of drinking water system

9 CAUTION

To avoid damage to the appliance. a pressure relief valve must be installed between the drinking water connection and the tubing. should the water pressure exceed the maximum value.

Note: If the water pressure is too low. this will impair the relevant functions of the appliance.

Min. 0.2 Mpa (2 bar / 29 psi)

Max. 0.8 Mpa (8 bar / 116 psi)

Electrical connection

9 CAUTION

Do not connect the appliance to electronic energy saver plugs.

Note: You can connect the appliance to mains controlled and sine-controlled inverters.

Mains-controlled inverters are used for photovoltaic systems which are connected directly to the national grid. Sine-controlled inverters must be used for isolated applications. Isolated applications. e.g. on ships or in mountain lodges. are not directly connected to the national grid.

1. After installing the appliance. wait at least 1 hour before connecting it to prevent damaging the compressor.

2. Check that the outlet was installed according to the regulations and complies with the requirements.

Requirements for outlets

Maximum simultaneous load

3. Connect the appliance to an outlet near the appliance.

The outlet must also be freely accessible following installation of the appliance.

9 WARNING

RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK!

Never use multiple outlets. extension cords or adapters.

The appliance must be grounded correctly.

Never cut through or remove the power cord's third conductor (grounding conductor).

9 WARNING

RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK!

If the power cord is too short. never use multiple outlets or extension cords. Instead. please contact customer service.

Outlet with 110 V 120 V Protective conductor60 Hz Fuse 10 A 16 A

Appliance 6 A

+Getting to know your appliance

Get t i ng t o know your appl i ance

Appliance

Operating controls

Settings menu Press " button to open the menu.

In the Settings menu you will find:

Appliance settings

Clean lock

Ice cube production

Water filter counter

Eco mode

Self-test

Sabbath mode (if activated)

~ "Operating the appliance" on page 12 ( H Operating controls Main On/Off switch Door damper Ice maker Ice cube bin Rating plate Frozen food container Automatic door opening Ventilation opening )B Water filter )J 1* Dispenser

Touch fields There are sensors under the touch fields.

Touching the symbol calls up the respective function. Freezer compartment temperature display Indicates the set temperature in °F/°C.

+/- buttons Used to change the temperature. " button Opens the Settings menu. ~ "Settings menu" on page 8 Super Freeze button Switches Super Freeze on or off.

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Appliance settings menu

This is how to navigate to the Appliance settings menu: 1. Press " button.

2. Use ( button to move to the Appliance settings menu.

3. Open the menu using 8 button.

In the Appliance settings menu you will find the following sub-menus and setting options:

Brightness

Key press sound

Key volume

Signal tone volume

Automatic clean lock

Automatic door opening

Water filter counter

Dispenser light

Motion sensor

Theater mode

Temperature unit

Language

Factory settings

Demo mode

Sabbath mode

~ "Operating the appliance" on page 12

Ice and water dispenser

)J WATER button Starts water dispensing. )R CUBED button Starts ice cube dispensing. )Z CRUSHED button Starts dispensing crushed ice. )b LOCK button Locks controls for dispenser panel lock (child lock). To switch on or off. hold down for 3 seconds. )j Ice and water dispenser cover Grate for drips Drip tray

Equipment

Shelf You can remove and adjust the shelf:

1. Lift shelf and remove.

2. When re-inserting. insert hooks on back of shelf at same height to make it level.

Note: Insert shelf carefully to avoid scratching the appliance.

Container

You can remove the container:

Press container to the rear.

You can insert the bin:

Pull out the telescopic rails all the way.

Place the bin on the telescopic rails and push into the appliance until it engages.

Ice pack

In the event of a power failure or a fault:

The ice pack delays the warming of stored frozen food.

You can take out the ice pack to temporarily keep food cool. e.g. in a cool bag.

Ice maker

9 CAUTION

DAMAGE TO THE APPLIANCE!

Never store bottles or food in the ice cube container. even for short periods. This can block and damage the ice maker.

Ice cube production starts as soon as the appliance has reached the set temperature.

Notes

Discard the first 30-40 ice cubes for hygiene reasons.

Ice cube production stops automatically when the ice cube container is full.

Information about switching ice cube production on and off ~ "Switching ice cube production on or off" on page 13

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Water filter Change the water filter after 6 months at the latest.

If the ice tastes stale. discard the rest of the ice cubes and the ones produced over the next 24 hours. If the ice still tastes stale. change the water filter.

Note: If you use an external water filter system. you can also operate the appliance without a water filter.Replace the water filter with a bypass cartridge.

Switch off the water filter counter. There is no need to change the bypass cartridge.

A new water filter or bypass cartridge can be obtained from customer service or a specialist dealer.

Exchange water filter or replace with bypass cartridge You can change the water filter. or replace it with a bypass cartridge. The bypass cartridge can remain in the appliance permanently: it does not need to be changed.

Note: After installing a water filter or a bypass cartridge. discard all ice cubes produced over the first 24 hours.

1. Turn the cap of the water filter counter-clockwise.

2. Take the water filter out.

3. Remove the protective cap of the new water filter or the new bypass cartridge.

4. Take off the cap of the used water filter and put it on the new water filter or bypass cartridge.

5. Slide the new water filter or bypass cartridge to the stop in the filter opening.

Note: The cap must be horizontal here.

6. Turn the water filter or bypass cartridge clockwise to the mark.

Note: If you do not turn the water filter or bypass cartridge far enough. damage will be caused by escaping water.

7. When installing a water filter: reset water filter counter.

When installing a bypass cartridge: switch off water filter counter.

8. Discard ice cubes produced over the first 24 hours.

9. Drain the water out of the used water filter.

Note: You can dispose of the used water filter with your household garbage.

Operating the appliance

Oper at i ng t he appl i anceSwitching the appliance on

1. Press the main On/Off switch.

The appliance starts cooling and the light is switched on when the door is open.

2. Set the required temperature. ~ "Setting the temperature" on page 12

Operating tips

When the appliance has been switched on. it may take several hours until the set temperatures have been reached. Do not put in any food until the selected temperature has been reached.

The fully automatic NoFrost system ensures that the freezer compartment remains frost-free.

Defrosting is not required.

The front sides of the housing are partly heated slightly. This prevents condensation in the area of the door seal.

If the freezer compartment door cannot be immediately re-opened after it has been closed. wait until the resulting low pressure has equalized.

Switching off and disconnecting the appliance

Switching off the appliance

Press the main On/Off switch.

The appliance is no longer cooling.

Disconnecting the appliance

9 CAUTION

Deterioration in water quality The water supply must be turned off 3 hours before disconnecting. This prevents mold forming with any unused water.

If you do not use the appliance for a prolonged period: 1. Turn off the water supply to the appliance and wait 3 hours.

2. Remove groceries.

3. Press the main On/Off switch.

4. Pull out the mains plug or switch off the fuse.

The appliance is no longer cooling.

5. Empty the ice cube container and clean the appliance. ~ "Cleaning" on page 20

6. Leave appliance open.

Setting the language

1. Press " button to open the Settings menu.

2. Use ( button to move to the menu item Appliance settings.

3. Press 8 button.

4. Press ( button to move to the menu item Language.

5. Press " button.

6. Use ( ) buttons to move to the required language.

7. Press 8 button.

The display restarts. and the start screen is displayed.

Setting the temperature unit

You can choose between the unit °C and °F.

1 ° means 1 °F 1 °C means 1 °C

1. Press " button to open the Settings menu.

2. Use ( button to move to the menu item Appliance settings.

3. Press 8 button.

4. Use ( button to move to the menu item Temperature unit.

5. Press " button.

6. Use ( ) buttons to move to the required unit.

7. Press 8 button.

The unit will be changed.

8. Press ; button to exit the menu.

Setting the temperature

Recommended temperature

Freezer compartment

Keep pressing +/- button until the display indicates the required temperature.

Super freezing

Super freezing cools the freezer compartment as cold as possible.

Switch on super freezing. e.g.:

4 6 hours before freezing food weighing 2 kg or more

Note: When super freezing is switched on. increased operating noise may occur.

After approx. 2 ^ days the appliance switches to normal operation.

Switching super freezing on or off

Press ]/ã button.

Freezer compartment: 0 °F (-18 °C)

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Clean lock

You can use this function to switch off the touch function of the controls for 10 seconds. During this time you can clean the display. ~ "Cleaning the display" on page 20

1. Press " button to open the Settings menu.

2. Press < button.

The cleaning display appears. and the countdown starts.

Automatic clean lock You can use this function to select whether the automatic clean lock is switched on automatically when the door is opened.

1. Press " button to open the Settings menu.

2. Use ( button to move to the menu item Appliance settings.

3. Press 8 button.

4. Press ) button to move to the menu item Automatic clean lock.

5. To change the setting. press " button.

Switching ice cube production on or off

9 CAUTION

Damage to the appliance!

Never store bottles or food in the ice cube container. even for short periods. This can block and damage the ice maker.

Ice cube production starts as soon as the appliance has reached the set temperature.

Note: Ice cube production stops automatically when the ice cube container is full.

Switching ice maker on or off 1. Press " button to open the Settings menu.

2. Use ) button to move to the menu item Ice cube production.

3. Press

Reset water filter counter

After replacing the water filter. you have to reset the water filter counter.

1. Press " button to open the Settings menu.

2. Use ) button to move to the menu item Reset water filter counter.

3. Use 8 button to confirm. and confirm the query again with 8 button.

Note: If you cancel the query or take longer than 10 seconds to make an input. the water filter counter will not be reset.

Switching the water filter counter on and off If you have replaced the water filter with a particle filter. switch the water filter counter off. It is not needed in this case as the particle filter does not have to be replaced.

1. Press " button to open the Settings menu.

2. Use ( button to move to the Appliance settings menu.

3. Press 8 button.

4. Press ) button to move to the menu item Water filter counter.

5. To change the setting. press " button.

Eco mode

Eco mode switches the appliance to energy-saving operation.

The appliance automatically sets the following temperatures:

Freezer compartment: +3 °F (-16 °C)

Switching Eco mode on or off

1. Press " button to open the Settings menu.

2. Press ) button to move to the menu item Eco mode.

3. Press

The temperature is changed and the display shows the new temperature. When Eco mode is switched off. the recommended temperature is set.

Note: You can also switch Eco mode on or off by adjusting the temperature with +/- buttons.

Self-test

This function can be used to start fault analysis on your appliance. ~ "Appliance self-test" on page 24

Setting the brightness of the control panel

1. Press " button to open the Settings menu.

2. Use ( button to move to the menu item Appliance settings.

3. Press 8 button.

4. Press " button to open the menu item Brightness.

5. Press ( ) buttons to set the required brightness.

6. Press 8 button.

The setting is saved.

7. Press ; button to exit the menu.

Switching key press sound on or off

You can switch the sounds generated when pressing keys off and back on again.

1. Press " button to open the Settings menu.

2. Use ( button to move to the menu item Appliance settings.

3. Press 8 button to open the menu item.

4. Press ) button to move to the menu item Key press sound.

5. Press " button to open the menu item.

6. Use ( ) buttons to select the required setting.

7. Press 8 button.

The setting is saved.

8. Press ; button to exit the menu.

Setting the key volume

You can adjust the volume level of the sounds generated when pressing keys.

1. Press " button to open the Settings menu.

2. Use ( button to move to the menu item Appliance settings.

3. Press 8 button to open the menu item.

4. Use ) button to move to the menu item Key volume.

5. Press " button to open the menu item.

6. Use ( ) buttons to select the required setting.

7. Press 8 button.

The setting is saved.

8. Press ; button to exit the menu.

Setting the signal tone volume

You can adjust the volume level of the signal tones generated e.g. with alarms.

1. Press " button to open the Settings menu.

2. Use ( button to move to the menu item Appliance settings.

3. Press 8 button to open the menu item.

4. Use ) button to move to the menu item Signal tone volume.

5. Press " button to open the menu item.

6. Use ( ) buttons to select the required setting.

7. Press 8 button.

The setting is saved.

8. Press ; button to exit the menu.

Automatic clean lock

You can use this function to select whether the automatic clean lock is switched on automatically when the door is opened.

1. Press " button to open the Settings menu.

2. Use ( button to move to the menu item Appliance settings.

3. Press 8 button.

4. Press ) button to move to the menu item Automatic clean lock.

5. To change the setting. press " button.

Automatic door opening

The automatic door opening function supports you in opening the door.

As soon as you activate this function. automatic door opening moves out and supports you in opening the door.

9 CAUTION

Repeatedly closing the door too early will cause automatic door opening to fail or wear out.

Do not close the door as long as automatic door opening is still moved out.

If you have nevertheless closed the door. leave it closed for 5 minutes. Automatic door opening will re-adjust itself.

Open menu item Auto door opening: 1. Press " button to open the main menu.

2. Use ( button to move to the Appliance settings menu.

3. Press 8 button to open the menu.

4. Press ) button to move the menu item Auto door opening.

5. To change the setting. press " button.

Switching on Push-to-open system In an installation situation without handles you can select the Push-to-open system. Your appliance will then open a crack if you press lightly on the door.

Note: Please note that automatic door opening is disabled if Sabbath mode is activated.

1. Open menu item Auto door opening.

2. Select menu item Push-to-open system.

3. Press 8 button to open the menu item.

4. Select Opening force.Here you can select the level of force required to activate automatic door opening.

5. Select Opening duration.Here you can select how long the door should remain open a crack before it closes again automatically.

Note: If the door only remains open a crack. the appliance checks once a second whether the door is still ajar.After the selected opening duration elapses. the appliance will close the door automatically.

Switching on Pull-to-open system In an installation situation with handles you can select the Pull-to-open system. Your appliance will support you in opening the door as soon as you pull on the handle.

1. Open menu item Auto door opening.

2. Select menu item Pull-to-open system.

3. Press 8 button to open the menu item.

4. Select Opening force.Here you can select the level of force required to activate automatic door opening.

Switching off automatic door opening 1. Open menu item Auto door opening.

2. Select menu item Off.

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Switching the water filter counter on and off

If you have replaced the water filter with a particle filter. switch the water filter counter off. It is not needed in this case as the particle filter does not have to be replaced.

1. Press " button to open the Settings menu.

2. Use ( button to move to the Appliance settings menu.

3. Press 8 button.

4. Press ) button to move to the menu item Water filter counter.

5. To change the setting. press " button.

Dispenser light

Use this function to set how long the light will illuminate the ice and water dispenser.

Adjusting dispenser light

1. Press " button to open the Settings menu.

2. Press < button to move to the menu item Appliance settings.

3. Press 8 button to open the menu item.

4. Press > button to move to the menu item Dispenser light.

5. Press " button to open the menu item.

6. Press > button to select the required duration.

7. Press 8 button.

The setting is saved.

8. Press ; button to exit the menu.

Motion sensor

When the motion sensor is switched on. the ice and water dispenser light automatically switches on as soon as a glass is held underneath.

Switching motion sensor on or off

1. Press " button to open the Settings menu.

2. Press < button to move to the menu item Appliance settings.

3. Press 8 button to open the menu item.

4. Press > button to move to the menu item Motion sensor.

5. Press " button to open the menu item.

6. Use the > button to move to the menu item On or Off.

7. Press 8 button.

The setting is saved.

8. Press ; button to exit the menu.

Theater mode

If Theater mode is switched on. the light will slowly become brighter when the appliance is opened. and then slowly darker when it is closed.

Switching Theater mode on or off

1. Press " button to open the Settings menu.

2. Use ( button to move to the menu item Appliance settings.

3. Press 8 button to open the menu item.

4. Use ) button to move to the menu item Theater mode.

5. Press " button to open the menu item.

6. Use ) button to move to the menu item On or Off.

7. Press 8 button.

The setting is saved.

8. Press ; button to exit the menu.

Resetting to the factory settings

1. Press " button to open the Settings menu.

2. Use ( button to move to the menu item Appliance settings.

3. Press 8 button.

4. Use ( button to move to the menu item Factory settings.

5. Press " button.

A signal tone sounds. and a prompt to confirm reset appears.

6. Press 8 button.

All settings are reset to the factory settings.

7. Press ; button to exit the menu.

Switching demo mode on or off

The cooling function of the appliance is switched off.

All other functions can be used.

Note: Do not store any food items in demo mode as the appliance remains at room temperature.

1. Press " button to open the Settings menu.

2. Use ( button to move to the menu item Appliance settings.

3. Press 8 button.

4. Use ( button to move to the menu item Demo mode.

5. Press " button.

6. Use ( ) buttons to select the setting On or Off 7. Press 8 button.

The setting is saved.

8. Press ; button to exit the menu.

Sabbath mode

All non-essential functions are switched off so you can also use the appliance on the Sabbath.

The appliance switches off the following:

Automatic door opening

Note: With handle-free installation. please note that you will not be supported when opening the door during this time. To open the door in this case. reach from below under the bottom panel of the unit.

Ice maker

Audible signals

Interior light

Messages on the display

Background illumination of display is reduced

Switching Sabbath mode on or off

Displaying Sabbath mode in the Settings menu To use Sabbath mode. you first have to display the function in the Settings menu: 1. Press " button to open the Settings menu.

2. Use ( button to move to the Appliance settings menu.

3. Press 8 button.

4. Use ( button to move to the menu item Sabbath mode.Press " button.

5. Use ( button to move to the menu item Available.Confirm by pressing 8 button.

6. Press ; button to exit the menu.

The function is added to the Settings menu.

Switching on Sabbath mode 1. Press " button to open the Settings menu.

2. Press › button to open the view Duration Sabbath mode.

3. Select one of the presettings. or change the duration with +/- buttons.

4. Press < button to start.

The appliance switches all listed functions off.

Switching Sabbath mode off

After the selected time elapses. the appliance switches over to normal operation.

To end Sabbath mode before the selected time elapses. press = button.

MAlarm

Al ar mDoor alarm

If the appliance door is open for a long time. the door alarm switches on. A message appears on the control panel.

Switching off the door alarm

Close the door.

Note: To mute the door alarm. you only have to acknowledge the message on the control panel. If the door remains opens a few more minutes. the message will appear again.

Temperature alarm

If the freezer compartment becomes too warm. the temperature alarm is switched on. A message appears on the control panel. The message shows the warmest temperature reached in the freezer compartment.

9 CAUTION

DURING THE THAWING PROCESS. BACTERIA MAY DEVELOP AND SPOIL THE FROZEN ITEMS.

Do not refreeze partly or completely thawed food.

Refreeze food only after cooking. No longer store the frozen items for the maximum storage period.

Note: The alarm may be actuated without risk to the food in the following cases:

The appliance is put into service and does not yet contain any food.

Large quantities of fresh food are placed in the appliance.

The freezer compartment door has been open too long.

Switching off the temperature alarm 1. Check that the cause of the temperature alarm has been eliminated.

2. Press 8 button to acknowledge the message.

The message disappears. The control panel again indicates the temperature selected.

From this time on the warmest temperature is recalculated and saved.

Freezer compartment en-us

WFreezer compartment

Freezer compart mentThe freezer compartment is suitable for:

The temperature can be set from -11 °F ( 24 °C) +7 °F (-14 °C).

The freezer compartment can be used to store perishable foods long-term almost without any noticeable reduction in quality. as the low temperatures considerably slow down or stop deterioration. Appearance. flavor and all valuable ingredients are largely retained.

The time between putting fresh food in the freezer compartment and it freezing solid depends on the following factors:

Fully utilizing the freezer volume

To place the maximum quantity of frozen food in the freezer compartment:

Remove all fittings.

Store food directly on the shelves and on the floor of the freezer compartment.

Purchasing frozen food

Ensure the packaging is not damaged.

Check there is a sell-by date.

The temperature in the supermarket freezer must be 0 °F (-18 °C) or lower.

Do not interrupt the freezing chain. If possible. transport frozen food in a cool bag and place in the freezer compartment quickly.

When loading products

Freeze large quantities of food in the top compartment.

This is where it will freeze especially quickly and gently.

Distribute food in the compartments or frozen food containers.

Do not bring food which is to be frozen into contact with frozen food.

If required. restack frozen food in the frozen food containers.

Important for unrestricted air circulation in the appliance: push in frozen food containers up to the limit stop.

Freezing fresh food

Freeze only fresh and undamaged food.

Food which is boiled. fried or baked is more suitable for freezing than food which is eaten raw.

Before freezing food. make preparations appropriate to the food in order to retain the best possible nutritional value. flavor and color:

Vegetables: wash. chop. blanch.

Fruit: wash. pit and perhaps peel. possibly add sugar or ascorbic acid solution.

Information on how to do this can be found in relevant literature.

Suitable for freezing

Baked goods

Fish and seafood

Meat

Poultry and game

Vegetables. fruit and herbs

Eggs without shells

Dairy products. e.g. cheese. butter and quark

Ready meals and leftovers. e.g. soups. stews. cooked meat and fish. potato dishes. soufflés and desserts

Not suitable for freezing

Types of vegetables which are usually eaten raw. e.g. lettuce or radishes

Unpeeled or hard-boiled eggs

Grapes

Whole apples. pears and peaches

Yoghurt. soured milk. sour cream. creme fraiche and mayonnaise

Packing frozen food The correct type of packaging and material selection are decisive factors in the retention of the product quality and prevent the development of freezer burn.

1. Place food in packaging.

2. Remove air.

3. Pack food airtight to prevent it from losing flavor or drying out.

4. Label packaging with contents and date of freezing.

Suitable packaging:

Plastic foil

Tubular foil made of polyethylene (PE)

Aluminum foil

Freezer containers

Suitable closures:

Rubber bands

Plastic clips

Cold-resistant adhesive tape

Unsuitable packaging:

Wrapping paper

Greaseproof paper

Cellophane

Garbage bags and used grocery bags

Shelf life of frozen food at 0 °F (-18 °C)

Thawing frozen food

The thawing method must be adjusted to the food and application in order to retain the best possible product quality.

Thawing methods:

In the refrigerator compartment (especially suitable for animal-based foods such as fish. meat. cheese)

At room temperature (bread)

In the microwave (food for immediate consumption or immediate preparation)

In the oven/cooker (food for immediate consumption or immediate preparation)

9 CAUTION

Do not refreeze partly or completely thawed food.You can only refreeze food once it has been cooked (boiled or fried).

The frozen food can no longer be stored for the maximum duration.

Fish. sausage. ready meals. and cakes and pastries:

Meat. poultry: up to 8 months

Vegetables. fruit: up to 12 months

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;Ice and water dispenser

I ce and wat er di spenserYou can use the ice and water dispenser to dispense:

Before using for the first time

9 WARNING

RISK OF INJURY!

Never reach into the dispenser opening of the ice cube container.

9 CAUTION

Do not place bottles or food in the ice cube container. This can block and damage the ice maker.

Notes

The ice and water dispenser only works when the appliance is connected to a drinking water pipeline.

Dispose of the first 5 glasses of water and the first 30-40 ice cubes for hygienic reasons

When the appliance has been connected. there may be air in the water circuit. Keep dispensing water until there are no more air bubbles in it.

It takes approx. 24 hours until the first serving of ice cubes is ready.

Observing drinking water quality

All materials used in the ice and water dispenser are odorless and tasteless.

If the water has an aftertaste. this may be due to the following causes:

Mineral content and chlorine content of the drinking water

Material of the water pipeline

Freshness of the drinking water.

Note: If you dispense water again after a long time. it may taste stale. In this case. dispose of the first 15 glasses.

You will obtain the best water quality if you dispense a little water regularly.

The supplied water filter will filter only particles out of the water. not bacteria or microbes.

Information on operation of the ice maker

Ice cube production starts as soon as the freezer compartment has reached the set temperature.

The ready ice cubes are automatically discharged into the ice cube container.

Ice cube production stops as soon as the ice cube container is full.

Note: You can accelerate ice production by setting a colder freezer compartment temperature. This will slightly increase energy consumption.

Dispensing ice and water

Notes

To prevent the ice from falling on the floor. hold the glass directly under the dispenser when dispensing crushed ice.

To prevent water damage. the water dispenser automatically stops after 30 seconds of continuous dispensing. If you want to dispense more water. wait 5 seconds and then press the button again.

The dispensed water is cooled to a palatable temperature. To obtain a colder drinking temperature. put additional ice cubes in the glass.

The water may become warmer when dispensing large amounts of water.

1. Hold the glass under the dispenser.

2. Keep pressing the dispensing button until the required quantity of ice or water is in the glass.

=Defrosting

Def rost i ngFreezer compartment

The fully automatic NoFrost system ensures that the freezer compartment remains frost-free. Defrosting is no longer required.

DCleaning

Cl eani ng9 CAUTION

AVOID DAMAGING THE APPLIANCE AND THE EQUIPMENT.

Do not use abrasive. chloride-based or acidic cleaning agents or solvents.

Do not use scouring or abrasive sponges.

The metallic surfaces may corrode.

Never clean the shelves or bins in the dishwasher.

The parts may become deformed.

Proceed as follows: 1. Press the main On/Off switch.

2. Take out food and store in a cool location.

Place ice pack (if available) on the food.

3. Clean the appliance with a soft cloth. lukewarm water and a little pH-neutral washing-up liquid.

CAUTION

The rinsing water must not run into the light or through the drainage hole into the evaporation area.

4. Wipe door seal with clear water and dry thoroughly with a cloth.

5. Switch appliance back on and put in food.

Care instructions for stainless steel surfaces

When taking care of and cleaning stainless steel surfaces. use only cleaning agents suitable for stainless steel and a stainless steel cleaning cloth.

You can purchase a suitable stainless steel cleaning cloth from customer service.

To prevent visible scratches. clean the stainless steel surface in the direction of the structure.

Cleaning the display

The change in temperature and humidity can cause the controls to steam up.

Switch the clean lock on before cleaning. ~ "Clean lock" on page 13 Use a clean micro-fiber cloth for cleaning.

Cleaning the equipment

To clean. take the removable parts out of the appliance. ~ "Equipment" on page 10

Ice cube container

9 CAUTION

A full ice cube container is heavy: Pull the container out with both hands.

Risk of cold burns: Avoid prolonged contact of the skin with frozen food. ice and metal surfaces in the freezer compartment.

To ensure you always have fresh ice cubes and to prevent old ones from sticking together. remove them and clean the ice cube container regularly.

1. Lift the ice cube container.

2. Slowly pull out the ice cube container.

3. Empty and clean the ice cube container with lukewarm water.

4. Dry the inside of the ice cube container off well so new ice cubes do not freeze and stick to it.

5. Insert the ice cube container until it engages.

Note: If the ice cube container cannot be inserted. rotate the conveyor and try again.

Noises en-us

Drip tray You can remove the drip tray to clean.

1. Remove the grate for drips.

2. Remove the drip tray.

3. Empty and clean the drip tray with lukewarm water.

4. Reinsert the drip tray and the grate for drips.

>Noises

Noi sesNormal noises

Droning: A motor is running. e.g. refrigerating unit. ventilator.

Bubbling. buzzing or gurgling: Refrigerant is flowing through the tubes.

Clicking: Motor. switches or solenoid valves are switching on or off.

Cracking: Automatic defrosting is running.

Preventing noises

Appliance is not level: Align appliance using a water level. If required. place a little packing underneath.

Bins. shelves or storage compartments wobble or stick: Check the removable equipment and re-insert if required.

Lighting

Li ght i ngYour appliance features a maintenance-free LED light.

Only customer service or authorized technicians may repair the light.

3 Faults – what to do?

Faul t s – what t o do?Before you call customer service. use this table to check whether you can rectify the fault yourself.

Appliance

Temperature differs greatly from the set value.

Switch off appliance for 5 minutes. ~ "Switching off and disconnecting the appliance" on page 12 If the temperature is too warm. check temperature again after a cou ple of hours.

If the temperature is too cold. check temperature again on the follow ing day.

Displays do not light up.

The power plug has not been inserted properly.

Connect the power plug.

The fuse has tripped.

Check the fuses.

The power has failed.

Check whether the power is on.

The refrigeration unit is switching on more frequently and for longer.

The appliance was opened frequently.

Do not open the appliance unnecessarily.

The ventilation openings are covered up.

Remove obstructions.

Appliance is not cooling. display and lighting are lit.

Demo mode is switched on.

Switch demo mode off. ~ "Switching demo mode on or off" on page 15

The door does not open when pressed.

A special mode has switched off automatic door opening.

To open the door. reach from below underneath the bottom panel of the unit or switch off special mode. ~ "Switching Sabbath mode on or off" on page 16

Pull-to-open is switched on.

Switch the appliance to Push-to-open. ~ "Automatic door opening" on page 14

The opening force is set too high.

Select a lower setting for the opening force. ~ "Automatic door opening" on page 14

The fuse has tripped.

Check the fuses.

The power has failed.

Check whether the power is on.

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Dispenser

Ice is being produced and dispensed but no water.

Fault with the appliance.

Call customer service. ~ "Customer service" on page 24

Dispenser not working.

Controls for dispenser panel lock are locked (child lock).

Unlock controls for dispenser panel lock.

Ice cubes may freeze together and block the dispenser or the ice maker.

Open the door. Check inside whether ice cubes are stuck in the dispenser.

If the dispenser is not blocked. carefully pull the ice cube container out.

CAUTION A full ice cube container is heavy!Use both hands and proceed slowly.

Remove the ice cubes which are frozen together.

After switching on or removing many ice cubes. there will be too few in the ice cube container.

It takes around 24 hours for an empty ice cube container to fill up.

Water tank is filling up.

When used for the first time. the water tank takes around 2 minutes to fill up.

Low water pressure.

Only connect appliance to pipes with sufficient water pressure.

The water filter/particle filter is blocked or needs to be replaced.

Replace water filter / clean particle filter.

The ice maker is not functioning.

Ice cube production is switched off.

Switch on ice cube production.

Freezer compartment is too warm.

Set the temperature lower. ~ "Operating the appliance" on page 12

Ice cube container is not properly inserted.

Insert ice cube container fully.

Ice maker without power.

Call customer service. ~ "Customer service" on page 24

No water supply.

Check water connection and contact technician if necessary.

Low water pressure.

Only connect appliance to pipes with sufficient water pressure.

Kink in water hose.

Turn off water supply. straighten out kink. Replace water hose. if nec essary.

Too few or deformed ice cubes. water pressure lower than usual.

After switching on or removing many ice cubes. there will be too few in the ice cube container.

It takes around 24 hours for an empty ice cube container to fill up.

Low water pressure.

Only connect appliance to pipes with sufficient water pressure.

The water filter/particle filter is blocked or needs to be replaced.

Replace water filter / clean particle filter.

Freezer compartment is too warm.

Set the temperature lower. ~ "Operating the appliance" on page 12

Water is leaking out of the appliance.

Water connection is not tight.

Check if the connections are fastened firmly and the water hose is undamaged.

If the water hose is damaged. contact customer service and have it replaced. Replacement must be performed by customer service or a similarly qualified person only.Use original parts supplied by the man ufacturer only.

Customer service

Cust omer ser vi ceIf you are unable to rectify the fault. please contact our customer service. We will always find an appropriate solution in order to avoid unnecessary visits by engineers.

The contact information for your nearest customer service can be found here or on the enclosed customer service list.

When calling. please state the product number (E Nr.) and the production number (FD). which can be found on the rating plate. ~ "Getting to know your appliance" on page 8 Trust the expertise of the manufacturer. You can therefore be sure that the repair is carried out by trained service engineers who carry original spare parts for your home appliances.

Appliance self-test

Your appliance features a self-test program which displays the fault your customer service can rectify.

1. Press " button to open the Settings menu.

2. Use ) button to move to the menu item Self-test.

3. Press 8 button to start the self-test.

The self-test starts.

4. If faults are present. they will be displayed. In this case follow the instructions.

5. The appliance restarts.

6. A message that the self-test has finished is displayed for 10 seconds.

When the self-test has ended. the appliance switches to normal operation.

Repair order and advice on faults

Contact information for all countries can be found on the enclosed customer service list.

USA 1-800-735-4328 Toll-free in the USA

CA 1-800-735-4328



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