User manual BRANDT BC6510SW

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[. . . ] 02 1 / INSTALLATION EN INST Warning: Before installing your appliance please carefully read the safety instructions in order to avoid some minor inconveniences. Install the appliance in a dry, well-ventilated room, away from any heat source. Leave a minimum distance of 10cm between the top of your appliance and any unit above it. If your installation does not permit this, leave 5cm between the top of the casing and any kitchen unit fixed to the wall and a gap of 2. [. . . ] €¢ Unscrew the upper hinge and fit this on the opposite side. €¢ Take the plastic guide off the hinge pin for the upper hinge and press it into the opposite hole after removing the hole cover, which is subsequently placed over the hole you have just created. €¢ Slide the door onto the pin for the upper hinge and close it. €¢ Insert the pin for the lower hinge and screw it down tightly. €¢ If your appliance is fitted with a vertical handle, ensure that you move it over to the opposite side. C C D FITTING THE DOOR HANDLES (depending on the model) The handles are located inside the refrigerator. Fit the handles on the doors, positioning them opposite the respective holes and fasten them with the screws provided as shown in the diagram below. Once the handles are in place, insert the screw covers supplied in the spaces provided for this purpose A Thermostat B Door shelves C Vegetable compartment D Bottle shelf REMOVING THE REMOVABLE TOP (depending on the model) To install your appliance under a worktop, you may need to remove its top. The appliance must always be disconnected when you proceed to remove the removable top. €¢ Free the top by lifting it at the back and sliding it gently forwards. 04 2 / USING YOUR APPLIANCE EN Warning: Opening the refrigerator’s door for a prolonged period causes the refrigerator’s internal temperature to rise. To measure the temperature correctly, the temperature indicator must be read within 30 seconds. Similarly, it should also be taken into account that the temperature is nor completely uniform throughout the compartment, for which reason there are appropriate areas for each type of foodstuff. USING THE REFRIGERATOR COMPARTMENT The thermostat in the refrigerator controls the temperature. To set it, you must turn the knurled wheel inside the refrigerator on the right-hand side. A A D D Advice: • Do not put hot food or unsealed liquids into the refrigerator. €¢ NEVER introduce volatile, inflammable or explosive fluids such as alcohol, acetone or petrol because of the risk of explosion. €¢ It is advisable to wrap meat and fish to avoid odours. €¢ Leave sufficient space between the foodstuffs to enable air to circulate correctly between them. Similarly, when storing them, avoid putting food items in contact with each other. €¢ Do not place food items in contact with the cold wall at the back of the refrigerator. €¢ The door should not be left open any longer than necessary. [. . . ] The compressor may produce a buzzing noise, which can be more noticeable during start-up. The “cracking” noise produced by expansion and contraction of the materials used. SOLUTION Check that the plug is correctly connected, that the fuse hasn’t blown or that the circuit-breaker has not jumped. Check the position of the thermostat and set it to a more suitable temperature. [. . . ]

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