Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
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Safety and warning information
Before you switch ON the appliance Please read the operating and installation instructions carefully!They contain important information on how to install, use and maintain the appliance. The manufacturer is not liable if you fail to comply with the instructions and warnings. Technical safety This appliance contains a small quantity of environmentallyfriendly but flammable R600a refrigerant. [. . . ] "
The door alarm (continuous sound) switches on if the appliance door is open for longer than one minute. Thaw alarm
When the alarm button 5 is pressed, the temperature display indicates for five seconds the warmest temperature reached in the freezer compartment. The display 4 indicates the set freezer compartment temperature without flashing. henceforth the “warmest temperature” will be redefined and saved. Temperature alarm The temperature alarm switches on if the freezer compartment is too warm and the frozen food is at risk of thawing. The alarm may switch on without any risk to the frozen food: ■ when the appliance is switched on, ■ when large quantities of fresh food are placed in the appliance, ■ if the freezer compartment door is open too long. "
The temperature can be set from -16 °C to -26 °C. Keep pressing temperature setting button 3 until the required freezer compartment temperature is set. " The power failure alarm switches on if the freezer or refrigerator compartment is too warm due to a power failure and the food is at risk of thawing. The alarm button 5 is lit and “PI” appears on the temperature display 4. Removing the fittings
Pull out the frozen food container all the way, lift at the front and remove. To retain the best possible nutritional value, flavour and colour, vegetables should be blanched before freezing. aubergines , peppers , zucchini and asparagus do not require blanching. Note Keep food which is to be frozen away from food which is already frozen. freezing and storing food
Purchasing frozen food
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Packaging must not be damaged. If possible, transport deep-frozen food in an insulated bag and place quickly in the freezer compartment. 30
The following foods are suitable for freezing: Cakes and pastries, fish and seafood, meat, game, poultry, vegetables, fruit, herbs, eggs without shells, dairy products such as cheese, butter and quark, ready meals and leftovers such as soups, stews, cooked meat and fish, potato dishes, soufflés and desserts. The following foods are not suitable for freezing: Types of vegetables, which are usually consumed raw, such as lettuce or radishes, eggs in shells, grapes, whole apples, pears and peaches, hard-boiled eggs, yoghurt, soured milk, sour cream, crème fraîche and mayonnaise. items suitable for sealing packaged food: Rubber bands , plastic clips , string , coldresistant adhesive tape , etc. Bags and tubular film made of polyethylene can be sealed with a film heat sealer. Shelf life of frozen food
Storage duration depends on the type of food. At a temperature of -18 °C: ■ Fish, sausage, ready meals and cakes and pastries: up to 6 months ■ Cheese, poultry and meat: up to 8 months ■ Vegetables and fruit: up to 12 months
Packing frozen food
To prevent food from losing its flavour or drying out, place in airtight containers. [. . . ] Possible cause Remedial action In some cases it is adequate to switch off the appliance for 5 minutes. If the temperature is too high wait a few hours and check whether the temperature has approached the set value. If the temperature is too low check the temperature again the next day. Check whether the power been switched off; the mains is on, check the fuses. [. . . ]