User manual INDESIT CAA55
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[. . . ] Before inserting the plug into the electrical socket ensure the following: • The appliance is earthed and the plug is compliant with the law. The socket can withstand the maximum power of the appliance, which is indicated on the data plate located on the bottom left side of the fridge (e. The voltage must be in the range between the values indicated on the data plate located on the bottom left side (e. If the socket is incompatible with the plug, ask an authorised technician to replace it (see Assistance). [. . . ] The food should be stored as follows:
TEMPERATURE Indicator light: to identify the coldest area in the refrigerator. If the word “OK” does not appear it means that the temperature is too high: adjust the REFRIGERATOR OPERATION knob to a higher position (colder) and wait approximately 10 hours until the temperature has been stabilised. Check the indicator light again: if necessary, readjust it following the initial process. If large quantities of food have been added or if the refrigerator door has been opened frequently, it is normal for the indicator not to show OK. Wait at least 10 hours before adjusting the REFRIGERATOR OPERATION knob to a higher setting. Food Fresh fish and meat Fresh cheese Cooked food
Arrangement inside the refrigerator Above the fruit and vegetable bins Above the fruit and vegetable bins On any shelf
Food hygiene 1. Once you have bought your food, remove all external packaging made of paper/cardboard or other wrappers, which could introduce bacteria or dirt inside your refrigerator. Protect the food, (especially easily perishable items and those that have a strong smell), in order to avoid contact between them, thereby removing both the possibility of germ/bacteria contamination as well as the diffusion of strong odours inside the fridge. Store all food in such a way as to ensure air can circulate freely between different items. Keep the inside of your fridge clean, taking care not to use oxidiser or abrasive products. Salami, loaves of bread, On any shelf chocolate Fruit and vegetables Eggs Butter and margarine Bottles, drinks, milk In the fruit and vegetable compartment bins On the shelf provided On the shelf provided On the shelves provided
5. Certain appliances are fitted with the DRAIN SYSTEM to lead the water outside: let the water flow into a container (see diagram). Avoiding mould and unpleasant odours
• The appliance is manufactured with hygienic materials which are odour free. In order to maintain an odour free refrigerator and to prevent the formation of stains, food must always be covered or sealed properly. If you want to switch the appliance off for an extended period of time, clean the inside and leave the doors open. Until the ideal storage conditions have been restored, before placing food in the freezer compartment. Replacing the light bulb To replace the light bulb in the refrigerator compartment, pull out the plug from the electrical socket. Access the light bulb by removing the cover as indicated in the diagram. Replace it with a similar light bulb within the power range indicated on the cover (15W or 25W). Do not use objects with sharp or pointed edges to defrost the appliance as these may damage the refrigeration circuit beyond repair. Defrosting the refrigerator compartment
The refrigerator has an automatic defrosting function: water is ducted to the back of the appliance by a special discharge outlet (see diagram) where the heat produced by the compressor causes it to evaporate. It is necessary to clean the discharge hole regularly so that the water can flow out easily. [. . . ] The internal temperature will increase and force the compressor to work harder and will consume more energy. A thick layer of ice makes cold transference to food products more difficult and results in increased energy consumption. Regularly check the door seals and wipe clean to ensure they are free of debris and to prevent cold air from escaping (see Maintenance). 18
If the appliance does not work, before calling for Assistance (see Assistance), check for a solution from the following list. [. . . ]
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