User Manual Neff KI2422FE0 N 50 Built-in fridge with freezer section 122.5 x 56 cm flat hinge

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User manual of Neff KI2422FE0 (28 pages)
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Table of contents

1 Safety .. 4 1.1 General information .. 4 1.2 Intended use. 4 1.3 Restriction on user group .. 4 1.4 Safe transport .. 4 1.5 Safe installation .. 5 1.6 Safe use. 6 1.7 Damaged appliance. 8

2 Preventing material damage. 9

3 Environmental protection and

3.1 Disposing of packaging. 9 3.2 Saving energy .. 9

4 Installation and connection 9 4.1 Scope of delivery 9 4.2 Criteria for the installation

4.3 Installing the appliance 10 4.4 Preparing the appliance for

4.5 Connecting the appliance to

5 Familiarising yourself with

5.1 Appliance 12 5.2 Control panel. 13

6 Features .. 14 6.1 Shelf 14 6.2 Freezer compartment flap .. 14 6.3 Fruit and vegetable con

6.4 Butter and cheese compart

6.5 Door rack. 14 6.6 Accessories 14

7 Basic operation .. 15 7.1 Switching on the appliance 15 7.2 Operating tips 15

7.3 Switching off the appliance 15 7.4 Setting the temperature 15

8 Additional functions 15 8.1 Super function .. 15

9 Refrigerator compartment 16 9.1 Tips for storing food in the

9.2 Chill zones in the refrigerator

9.3 "OK" sticker 16

10 Freezer compartment 17 10.1 Freezer compartment door. 17 10.2 Freezing capacity. 17 10.3 Tips for storing food in the

10.4 Tips for freezing fresh food. 17 10.5 Shelf life of frozen food at

−18 °C 18

10.6 Defrosting methods for

11 Defrosting 18 11.1 Defrosting in the refriger

11.2 Defrosting in the freezer

12 Cleaning and servicing 19 12.1 Preparing the appliance for

12.2 Cleaning the appliance. 19 12.3 Cleaning the condensation

12.4 Removing the fittings .. 20

13 Troubleshooting .. 22 13.1 Power failure 24 13.2 Conducting an appliance

14 Storage and disposal 24 14.1 Taking the appliance out of

14.2 Disposing of old appliance. 24

15 Customer Service 25 15.1 Product number (E-Nr.) and

16 Technical data .. 26

1 Safety

Observe the following safety instructions.

1.1 General information

¡ Read this instruction manual carefully. ¡ Keep the instruction manual and the product information safe

¡ Do not connect the appliance if it has been damaged in transit.

1.2 Intended use

This appliance is only intended to be fully fitted in a kitchen.

Only use this appliance: ¡ for chilling and freezing food and for making ice cubes. ¡ In private households and in enclosed spaces in a domestic en

¡ Up to an altitude of 2000 m above sea level.

1.3 Restriction on user group

This appliance may be used by children aged 8 or over and by people who have reduced physical. sensory or mental abilities or inadequate experience and/or knowledge. provided that they are supervised or have been instructed on how to use the appliance safely and have understood the resulting dangers.

Do not let children play with the appliance.

Cleaning and user maintenance must not be performed by chil dren unless they are being supervised.

Children above the age of three years old and younger than eight years old may load and unload the the fridge-freezer.

1.4 Safe transport

WARNING ‒ Risk of injury!

The high weight of the appliance may result in injury when lifted. ▶ Do not lift the appliance on your own.

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1.5 Safe installation

WARNING ‒ Risk of electric shock!

Incorrect installation is dangerous. ▶ Connect and operate the appliance only in accordance with the

▶ Connect the appliance to a power supply with alternating cur

▶ The protective conductor system of the domestic electrical in

▶ Never equip the appliance with an external switching device.

▶ When the appliance is installed. the mains plug of the power

▶ When installing the appliance. check that the power cable is not

If the insulation of the power cord is damaged. this is dangerous. ▶ Never let the power cord come into contact with heat sources.

WARNING ‒ Risk of explosion!

If the appliance's ventilation openings are sealed. a leak in the re frigeration circuit may result in a flammable mixture of gas and air. ▶ Keep ventilation openings. in the appliance enclosure or in the

WARNING ‒ Risk of fire!

It is dangerous to use an extended power cord and non-approved adapters. ▶ Do not use extension cables or multiple socket strips. ▶ If the power cord is too short. contact Customer Service. ▶ Only use adapters approved by the manufacturer.

Portable multiple socket strips or portable power supply units may overheat and cause a fire. ▶ Do not place portable multiple socket strips or power supply

1.6 Safe use

WARNING ‒ Risk of electric shock!

An ingress of moisture can cause an electric shock. ▶ Only use the appliance in enclosed spaces. ▶ Never expose the appliance to intense heat or humidity. ▶ Do not use steam- or high-pressure cleaners to clean the appli

WARNING ‒ Risk of suffocation!

Children may put packaging material over their heads or wrap themselves up in it and suffocate. ▶ Keep packaging material away from children. ▶ Do not let children play with packaging material.

Children may breathe in or swallow small parts. causing them to suffocate. ▶ Keep small parts away from children. ▶ Do not let children play with small parts.

WARNING ‒ Risk of explosion!

If the cooling circuit is damaged. flammable refrigerant may es cape and explode. ▶ To accelerate the defrosting process. do not use any other

▶ If food is stuck to the freezer compartment. loosen it with a blunt

Products which contain flammable propellants and explosive sub stances may explode. e.g. spray cans. ▶ Do not store products which contain flammable propellants (e.g.

WARNING ‒ Risk of fire!

Electrical devices within the appliance may cause a fire. e.g. heat ers or electric ice makers. ▶ Do not operate electrical devices within the appliance.

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WARNING ‒ Risk of injury!

Containers that contain carbonated drinks may burst. ▶ Do not store containers that contain carbonated drinks in the

Injury to the eyes caused by escaping flammable refrigerant and hazardous gases. ▶ Do not damage the tubes of the refrigerant circuit or the insula

WARNING ‒ Risk of cold burns!

Contact with frozen food and cold surfaces may cause burns by refrigeration. ▶ Never put frozen food straight from the freezer compartment

▶ Avoid prolonged contact of the skin with frozen food. ice and

CAUTION ‒ Risk of harm to health!

To prevent food from being contaminated. you must observe the following instructions. ▶ If the door is open for an extended period of time. this may lead

▶ Regularly clean the surfaces that may come into contact with

▶ Store raw meat and fish in suitable containers in the refrigerator

▶ If the fridge/freezer is empty for an extended period of time.

Metal or metal-style parts in the appliance may contain aluminium.

If acidic food comes into contact with aluminium in the appliance. aluminium foil ions may pass into the food. ▶ Do not consume soiled food.

1.7 Damaged appliance

WARNING ‒ Risk of electric shock!

If the appliance or the power cord is damaged. this is dangerous. ▶ Never operate a damaged appliance. ▶ Never pull on the power cord to unplug the appliance. Always

▶ If the appliance or the power cord is damaged. immediately un

▶ Call customer services. → Page 25 Incorrect repairs are dangerous. ▶ Repairs to the appliance should only be carried out by trained

▶ Only use genuine spare parts when repairing the appliance. ▶ If the power cord of this appliance is damaged. it must be re

WARNING ‒ Risk of fire!

If the tubes are damaged. flammable refrigerant and harmful gases may escape and ignite. ▶ Keep naked flames and ignition sources away from the appli

▶ Ventilate the room. ▶ Switch off the appliance. → Page 15 ▶ Unplug the appliance from the mains or switch off the circuit

▶ Call after-sales service. → Page 25

Preventing material damage en

2 Preventing material


Using the base. runners or appliance doors as a seat surface or climbing surface may damage the appliance. ▶ Do not stand or support yourself

Contamination with oil or fat may cause plastic parts and door seals to become porous. ▶ Keep plastic parts and door seals

Metal or metal-style parts in the appli ance may contain aluminium. Alu minium reacts when it comes into contact with acidic foods. ▶ Do not store unpackaged food in

3 Environmental protec

3.1 Disposing of packaging

The packaging materials are environ mentally compatible and can be re cycled. ▶ Sort the individual components by

3.2 Saving energy

If you follow these instructions. your appliance will use less power.

Selecting the installation location ¡ Keep the appliance out of direct

¡ Install the appliance as far away as

– Maintain a 30 mm clearance to

– Maintain a 300 mm clearance to

¡ Never cover or block the external

Saving energy during use Note: The arrangement of the fittings does not affect the energy consump tion of the appliance. ¡ Open the appliance only briefly

¡ Never cover or block the interior

¡ Transport purchased food in a

¡ Allow warm food and drinks to

¡ Thaw frozen food in the refrigerator

¡ Always leave some space between

¡ Defrost the freezer compartment

¡ Open the freezer compartment

4 Installation and con

4.1 Scope of delivery

After unpacking all parts. check for any transport damage and for com pleteness of delivery.

If you have any complaints. contact your dealer or our after-sales service → Page 25.

The delivery consists of the following: ¡ Built-in appliance

¡ Equipment and accessories1

¡ Installation material ¡ Installation instructions ¡ User manual ¡ Customer service directory ¡ Warranty enclosure2

¡ Energy label ¡ Information on energy consump

4.2 Criteria for the installation


Risk of explosion!

If the appliance is in a space that is too small. a leak in the refrigeration circuit may result in a flammable mix ture of gas and air. ▶ Only install the appliance in a

The weight of the appliance ex works may be up to 45 kg depending on the model.

The subfloor must be sufficiently stable to bear the weight of the appli ance.

Permitted room temperature The permitted room temperature de pends on the appliance's climate class.

The climate class can be found on the rating plate. → "Appliance". Fig.

1 / 4. Page 12

Climate class

Permitted room tem perature

SN 10 °C to 32 °C

16 °C to 32 °C

ST 16 °C to 38 °C

16 °C to 43 °C

The appliance is fully functional within the permitted room temperature.

If an appliance with climate class SN is operated at colder room temperat ures. the appliance will not be dam aged up to a room temperature of 5 °C.

Over-and-under and side-by-side installation If you want to install 2 refrigerating appliances one over the other or side by side. you must maintain a clear ance of at least 150 mm between the appliances. Selected appliances can be installed without a minimum clear ance. Ask your dealer or kitchen planner about this.

4.3 Installing the appliance

▶ Install the appliance in accordance

4.4 Preparing the appliance

1. Remove the informative material.

2. Remove the protective foil and

3. Clean the appliance for the first

1 Depending on the appliance specifications

2 Not in all countries

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4.5 Connecting the appliance

1. Insert the mains plug of the appli

2. Check the mains plug is inserted

5 Familiarising yourself with your appliance

5.1 Appliance

You can find an overview of the parts of your appliance here.

Control panel → Page 13

Freezer compartment → Page 17

Fruit and vegetable container → Page 14

Rating plate → Page 26

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Butter and cheese compart ment → Page 14

Door storage compartment for large bottles → Page 14

Note: Deviations between your appli ance and the diagrams may differ with regard to their features and size.

5.2 Control panel

You can use the control panel to configure all functions of your appliance and to obtain information about the operating status.

The set temperature button sets the temperature of the refrigerator compartment.

Displays the set temperature for the refrigerator compart ment in °C.

6 Features

The features of your appliance de pend on the model.

6.1 Shelf

To vary the shelf as required. you can remove the shelf and re-insert it elsewhere. → "Removing the shelf". Page 20

6.2 Freezer compartment flap

Store food that is used frequently or that only needs to be stored for a short time on the shelf behind the freezer-compartment flap.

6.3 Fruit and vegetable con

Store fresh fruit and vegetables in their packaging in the fruit and veget able container.

Cover any chopped fruit and veget ables. or store in air-tight packaging.

Condensation may form in the fruit and vegetable container depending on the food and quantity stored.

Remove the condensation with a dry cloth.

To ensure that the quality and aroma are retained. store fruit and veget ables that are sensitive to cold out side of the appliance at temperatures of approx. 8 °C to 12 °C. e.g. pine apple. bananas. citrus fruits. cucum bers. courgettes. peppers. tomatoes and potatoes.

6.4 Butter and cheese com

Store butter and hard cheese in the butter and cheese compartment.

6.5 Door rack

To adjust the door racks as required. you can remove the door rack and re-insert elsewhere. → "Removing door rack". Page 21

6.6 Accessories

Use original accessories. These have been made especially for your appli ance.

The accessories for your appliance depend on the model.

Egg tray Store eggs safely on the egg tray.

Bottle shelf Store bottles securely on the bottle shelf.

Ice cube tray Use the ice cube tray to make ice cubes.

Making ice cubes Use only drinking water to make ice cubes.

1. Fill the ice cube tray with drinking

2. To loosen the ice cubes. twist the

7.1 Switching on the appli

1. Electrically connect the appliance.

→ Page 11 Note: If the appliance has been previously switched off using the control panel. press and hold

→ Page 15

7.2 Operating tips

¡ Once you have switched on the

¡ When you close the door. a va

7.3 Switching off the appli

▶ Press and hold for

7.4 Setting the temperature

Setting the refrigerator compartment temperature

▶ Press the set temperature button

Setting the freezer compartment temperature

▶ In order to set the freezer compart

8 Additional functions

8.1 Super function

With the Super function. the refriger ator compartment and the freezer compartment cool more intensively.

Switch on the Super function 4 to 6 hours before placing food weighing 2 kg or more.

In order to utilise the freezing capa city. use the Super function. → "Freezing capacity". Page 17 Note: When the Super function is switched on. increased noise may occur.

Switching on Super function

▶ Press the set temperature button

Note: After approx. 24 hours. the ap pliance switches to normal operation.

Switching off Super function

▶ Press the set temperature button.

9 Refrigerator compart

You can keep meat. sausage. fish. dairy products. eggs. prepared meals and pastries in the refrigerator com partment.

The temperature can be set from 2 °C to 8 °C.

The refrigerator compartment can also be used to store highly perish able foods in the short to medium term. The lower the selected temper ature. the longer the food remains fresh.

9.1 Tips for storing food in

¡ Only store food when fresh and

¡ Store food covered or in air-tight

¡ To avoid impeding the circulation

¡ Allow hot food and drinks to cool

¡ Observe the best-before date or

9.2 Chill zones in the refriger

The air circulation in the refrigerator compartment creates different chill zones.

Coldest zone The coldest zone is between the ar row stamped on the side and the shelf underneath.

Tip: Store highly perishable food such as fish. sausages and meat in the coldest zone.

Warmest zone The warmest zone is at the very top of the door.

Tip: Store food that does not spoil easily in the warmest zone. e.g. hard cheese and butter. Cheese can then continue to release its aroma and the butter will still be easy to spread.

9.3 "OK" sticker

The "OK" sticker lets you check whether the refrigerator compartment reaches the safe temperature ranges of +4 °C or colder recommended for food.

The "OK" sticker is not included with all models.

If the sticker does not indicate "OK". gradually reduce the temperature. → "Setting the refrigerator compart ment temperature". Page 15 Once the appliance is switched on. it may take up to 12 hours until the set temperature is reached.

Correct setting

Freezer compartment en

10 Freezer compartment

You can store frozen food. freeze food and make ice cubes in the freezer compartment.

The temperature in the freezer com partment depends on the temperat ure in the refrigerator compartment.

Long-term storage of food should be at –18 °C or lower.

The freezer compartment can be used to store perishable food long term. The low temperatures slow down or stop the spoilage.

10.1 Freezer compartment

To ensure that the frozen food that is stored does not thaw and the freezer compartment is not covered in too much ice. always close the freezer compartment door.

10.2 Freezing capacity

The freezing capacity indicates the quantity of food that can be frozen right through to the centre within a specific period of time.

Information on freezing capacity can be found on the rating plate. → "Appli ance". Fig. 1 / 4. Page 12

Prerequisites for freezing capacity

1. When placing fresh food in the ap

2. Freeze fresh food at the rear. as

10.3 Tips for storing food in

¡ Store food in air-tight packaging.

¡ Do not bring food which is to be

¡ Spread out the food over a wide

10.4 Tips for freezing fresh

¡ Freeze fresh and undamaged food

¡ Freeze food in portions. ¡ Cooked food is more suitable than

¡ Vegetables: Wash. chop up and

¡ Fruit: Wash. pit and perhaps peel.

¡ Food that is suitable for freezing in

¡ Food that is unsuitable for freezing

Packing frozen food If you select suitable packaging ma terial and the correct type of pack aging. you can determine the product quality and prevent freezer burn.

1. Place the food in the packaging.

2. Squeeze out the air.

3. Pack food airtight to prevent it

4. Label the packaging with the con

10.5 Shelf life of frozen food

Food Storage time

Fish. sausages. pre pared meals and baked goods

Poultry. meat up to 8 months

Vegetables. fruit up to 12 months

10.6 Defrosting methods for


Risk of harm to health!

During the thawing process. bacteria may multiply and spoil the frozen food. ▶ Do not refreeze food after it has

▶ Refreeze food only after cooking. ▶ These items should no longer be

¡ Defrost animal-based food. such

¡ Defrost bread at room temperat

¡ Prepare food for immediate con

11 Defrosting

11.1 Defrosting in the refri

When the appliance is operating. condensation droplets or frost form on the rear panel of the refrigerator compartment due to functional reas ons. The back panel in the refriger ator compartment defrosts automatic ally.

Condensation runs through the con densation channel into the drainage hole to the evaporation pan and does not have to be wiped away.

To ensure that the condensation can drain and odours do not form. ob serve the following information: → "Cleaning the condensation chan nel and drainage hole". Page 20.

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11.2 Defrosting in the freezer

The freezer compartment does not defrost automatically. A layer of hoar frost in the freezer compartment im pairs refrigeration of the frozen food and increases power consumption.

Defrosting the freezer compartment Regularly defrost the freezer com partment.

1. Switch on the Super function ap

2. Remove the frozen food and tem

3. Switch off the appliance.

→ Page 15

4. Disconnect the appliance from the

5. To accelerate the defrosting pro

6. Wipe up the condensation water

7. Rub the freezer compartment dry

8. Electrically connect the appliance.

→ Page 11

9. Put the frozen food in the appli

12 Cleaning and servi

To keep your appliance working effi ciently for a long time. it is important to clean and maintain it carefully.

Customer Service must clean inac cessible points. Cleaning by cus tomer service can give rise to costs.

12.1 Preparing the appliance

1. Switch off the appliance.

→ Page 15

2. Disconnect the appliance from the

3. Take out all of the food and store it

4. If there is a layer of hoarfrost. allow

5. Remove all fittings and accessor

12.2 Cleaning the appliance


Risk of electric shock!

An ingress of moisture can cause an electric shock. ▶ Do not use steam- or high-pres

Liquid in the lighting or in the con trols can be dangerous. ▶ The rinsing water must not drip


Unsuitable cleaning products may damage the surfaces of the appli ance. ▶ Do not use hard scouring pads or

▶ Do not use harsh or abrasive de

▶ Do not use cleaning products with

If liquid gets into the drainage hole. the evaporation pan may overflow. ▶ The rinsing water must not get into

If you clean fittings and accessories in the dishwasher. this may cause them to become deformed or discol our. ▶ Never clean fittings and accessory

1. Prepare the appliance for cleaning.

→ Page 19

2. Clean the appliance. the fittings.

3. Dry thoroughly with a soft. dry

4. Insert the fittings.

5. Electrically connect the appliance.

→ Page 11

6. Putting the food into the appliance.

12.3 Cleaning the condensa

Regularly clean the condensation channel and drainage hole to ensure that the condensation can drain. ▶ Carefully clean the condensation

12.4 Removing the fittings

If you want to clean the fittings thor oughly. remove these from your ap pliance.

Removing the shelf

▶ Lift the shelf at the front pull it

Cleaning and servicing en

Removing the freezer flap

▶ Open the freezer compartment flap

Removing door rack

▶ Lift the door rack and remove it.

Removing the fruit and vegetable container

1. Pull out the fruit and vegetable

2. Lift the fruit and vegetable con

13 Troubleshooting

You can rectify minor faults on your appliance yourself. Read the troubleshoot ing information before contacting after-sales service. This will avoid unneces sary costs.


Risk of electric shock!

Incorrect repairs are dangerous. ▶ Repairs to the appliance should only be carried out by trained specialist

▶ Only use genuine spare parts when repairing the appliance. ▶ If the power cord of this appliance is damaged. it must be replaced by the

Fault Cause and troubleshooting

The appliance is not cooling. the displays and lighting are lit.

Showroom mode is switched on. ▶ Carry out the appliance self-test. → Page 24 a Once the appliance self-test has ended. the appli

The LED lighting does not work.

Different causes are possible. ▶ Call customer service.

The customer service number can be found in the enclosed customer service directory.

The temperature dif fers greatly from the setting.

Different causes are possible.

1. Switch off the appliance. → Page 15 2. Switch the appliance back on after five minutes.

→ Page 15

‒ If the temperature is too warm. check the temper

‒ If the temperature is too cold. check the temper

The base of the refri gerator compartment is wet.

The condensation channel or drainage hole are blocked. ▶ Clean the condensation channel and the drainage

The appliance hums. bubbles. buzzes. gargles or clicks.

Not a fault. A motor is running. e.g. refrigerating unit. fan. Refrigerant flows through the pipes. The motor. switches or solenoid valves are switching on or off.

No action required.

The appliance makes noises.

Fittings wobble or stick. ▶ Check the removable fittings and. if required. re

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Fault Cause and troubleshooting

The appliance makes noises.

Bottles or containers are touching. ▶ Move the bottles or containers away from each

Super function is switched on.

No action required.

13.1 Power failure

During a power failure. the temperat ure in the appliance rises; this re duces the storage time and the qual ity of the frozen food.

On the website for your appliance. the technical data provides you with the storage times for frozen food in the event of a fault.

Notes ¡ Open the appliance as little as

¡ Check the quality of the food

– Cook or fry slightly thawed

13.2 Conducting an appliance

1. Switch off the appliance.

→ Page 15

2. Disconnect the appliance from the

3. Electrically reconnect the appli

4. Within the first 10 seconds after

14 Storage and disposal

You can find out here how to prepare your appliance for storage. You will also find out how to dispose of old appliances.

14.1 Taking the appliance out

1. Switch off the appliance.

→ Page 15

2. Disconnect the appliance from the

3. Remove all of the food.

4. Defrost the appliance. → Page 18 5. Clean the appliance. → Page 19 6. To guarantee the ventilation inside

14.2 Disposing of old appli

Valuable raw materials can be re used by recycling.


Risk of harm to health!

Children can lock themselves in the appliance. thereby putting their lives at risk. ▶ Leave shelves and containers in

Customer Service en

▶ Keep children away from the re


Risk of fire!

If the tubes are damaged. flammable refrigerant and harmful gases may escape and ignite. ▶ Do not damage the tubes of the re

1. Unplug the appliance from the

2. Cut through the power cord.

3. Dispose of the appliance in an en

This appliance is la belled in accordance with European Directive 2012/19/EU concerning used electrical and elec tronic appliances (waste electrical and electronic equipment - WEEE).

The guideline determ ines the framework for the return and recycling of used appliances as applicable throughout the EU.

15 Customer Service

If you have any queries. are unable to rectify faults on the appliance your self or if your appliance needs to be repaired. contact Customer Service.

Function-relevant genuine spare parts according to the corresponding Eco design Order can be obtained from Customer Service for a period of at least 10 years from the date on

15.1 Product number (E-Nr.)

You can find the product number (E Nr.) and the production number (FD) on the appliance's rating plate. → "Appliance". Fig. 1 / 4. Page 12 Make a note of your appliance's de tails and the Customer Service tele phone number to find them again quickly.

16 Technical data

Refrigerant. cubic capacity and fur ther technical specifications can be found on the rating plate. → "Appliance". Fig. 1 / 4. Page 12 This product contains a light source from energy efficiency class E. The light source is available as a spare part and should only be replaced by trained specialist staff.

You can find more information about your model online at This web address is linked to the official EU EPREL product database. Please then follow the instructions on searching for the model. The model identifier is made up of the charac ters before the slash in the product number (E-Nr.) on the rating plate. Al ternatively. you can also find the model identifier in the first line of the EU energy label.

1 Only applies to countries in the European Economic Area

BSH Hausgeräte GmbH Carl-Wery-Straße 34 81739 München. GERMANY

Valid within Great Britain: Imported to Great Britain by BSH Home Appliances Ltd.

Grand Union House Old Wolverton Road Wolverton. Milton Keynes MK12 5PT United Kingdom




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