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WHIRLPOOL ARG 739-2/G/1 Instruction Manual


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Packing LJ Check that the voltage on the rating plate, situated at the right
Do not throw the packing into the garbage: first sort out the dif- hand side of the crisper corresponds to the voltage in your home
ferent materials (i.e.: steel, cardboard, polystyrene) following local (Fig. 6).
regulations. The earthing of this appliance is compulsory by law. The
Declaration of conformity manufacturer will accept no liability for injury to persons
This appliance is inteded to come into contact with foodstuffs or damage to objects arising from the non-observance of
and conforms to D.L. 108 of 25.01.1992 (European Directive this requirement.
89/109/EEC). If the plug and the wall socket do not comply, have the socket re-
Information placed by a qualified electrician.
This appliance is free of CK'S (refrigerant circuit contains R134a) or He should also check that the section of the socket wires can
free of HK's (refrigerant circuit contains R600a - kobutane). withstand the power absorbed by the appliance. The use of adap-
For more details, please refer to the rating plate on the appliance. ters, multiple sockets and extension cords is not advisable.
For appliances with lsobutane (R600a) If absolutely necessary, use simple or multiple adapters and exten-
The refrigerant lsobutane is a natural gas of high environmental son cords in compliance with local safety regulations, paying at-
compatibility but which si inflammable. Therefore, it is essential tention not to exceed the maximum amperage, which is marked
to ensure that the ducts of the refrigerant circuit do not get da- on the simple adaptors and on extension cords and that of the
maged. total power marked on the multiple adapters. With the appliance
plugged in, the interior light should come on when the refrigera-
tor door is opened, unless the thermostat control knob is set to O
VJlQW VOUR APPLIANCE Adjust the thermostat control knob as suggested in the next
chapter. The refrigerator is ready for use.
The appliance you have just bought allows, dependent on mo-
dels, the storage of fresh foods and if it is equipped with the low
temperature compartment marked by a symbol -, the free-
zing-in of small quantities of foods, the storage of commercially
For Great Britain only:
frozen foods and the production of ice cubes.
The appliance fitted with super insulation have been designed to ELECTRICAL INFORMATION
grant high performances with a reduced energy consumption.
Please read these instructions carefully, you will find the descrip-
tion of your appliance and the useful hints to obtain the best
performance to store foods. Fuse replacement
If the mains lead of this appliance is fitted with a BS 1363A 13
amp fused plug, to change a fuse in this type of plug use an
ESC9lpTlO"u OF THE AppLlANCE (Fig. I) A.S.T.A. approved fuse to BS 1362 type and proceed as follows:
1) Temperature control knob of both compartments (thermostat) 1. Remove the fuse cover (A) and
2) Light switch
fuse (B)
3) Low temperature compartment 2. Fit replacement 13A fuse into fu-
4) Grids (adjustable in height)
5) Separator se cover
6) Crispers 3. Refit both into plug.
7) Inner door liner with racks IMPORTANT The fuse cover must
8) Butter and eggs compartment
be refitted when changing a fuse
and if the fuse cover is lost the plug
must not be used until a correct re-
placement is fitted.
Please ensure that the appliance is undamaged. Transit dam-ages Correct replacements are identified by the colour insert or the
colour embossed in words on the base of the plug.
must be reported to your delaer within 24 h of receipt of the ap- Replacement fuse covers are available from your local electrical
pliance. We suggest you wait 1 hour approx, before connecting
the appliance to the mains to allow the refrigerant circuit to be store.
effective. The appliance should not be installed close to heat
sources, central heating, cookers, boilers, sunlight, etc. It must
however be located in a well ventilated dry space. CONNECTION TO A REWIREABLE PLUG
If the appliance is installed under a kitchen furniture, leave a
50mm air gap (Fig. 2). Ensure that the appliance is level; adjust, if If the fitted plug is not suitable for your socket outlet, then it
required, the front foot (Fig. 3). should be cut off and disposed of in order to avoid a possible
Fit the spacers (if provided) on the top of the condenser (Fig. 4). shock hazard should it be inserted into a 13A socket elsewhere.
To ensure free air circulation, ensure that the ventilation grid si- A suitable alternative plug should then be fitted to the cable. The
tuated above the appliance is not obstructed (Fig. 5). wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the fol-
Clean the interior with a sponge dampened in a solution of warm lowing code:
water and bicarbonate of soda or vinegar. BLUE "NEUTRAL" ("N")
IY\lSTACLATIBN OF THE APPLIANCE UhlDER 1. The GREEN AND YELLOW wire must be connected to the ter-
minal in the plrg which is marked with the letter "E" or by the
A !Ajo 8: YTQ g Earth symbol = or coloured green or green and yellow.
This appliance can be installed under a worktop, situated at a di- 2. The BLUE wire must be connected to the terminal which is
stance of 850 mm from the floor. Proceed as follows: marked with the letter "N" or coloured black.
3. The BROWN wire must be connected to the terminal which is
- Remove screws 9 and 10 (at the front and rear) and remove the marked with the letter "L" or coloured red.
worktop of the appliance (Fig. 16).
- Cut a ventilation opening in the worktop (Fig. 17).
- Install the appliance under the worktop and fix it at the front by
means of the screws 1 O previously removed from the worktop of
the appliance.
- Mantain the distance from the rear wall as shown (Fig. 17).
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