CANDY CCG1S 518EX Refrigerator Instructions

May 21, 2024
Candy

User Instruction

SAFETY

WARNING!
It is hazardous for anyone other than authorized service personnel to carry out servicing or repairs which involves the removal of covers. To avoid the risk of an electric shock do not attempt to repair this appliance yourself.
WARNING!
Risk of fire / flammable materials.
Safety tips
Do not use electrical appliances such as a hair dryer or heater to defrost your Fridge/Freezer.
Containers with flammable gases or liquids can leak at low temperatures.
Do not store any containers with flammable materials, such as spray cans, fire extinguisher refill cartridges etc. in the Fridge/Freezer.
Do not place carbonated or fizzy drinks in the Freezer compartment. Ice lollies can cause “Frost/Freeze burns”. If consumed straight from the Fridge/Freezer.
Do not remove items from the Fridge/Freezer compartment if your hands are damp/wet, as this could cause skin abrasions or “Frost/Freezer burns”. Bottles and cans must not be placed in the Freezer compartment as they can burst when the contents freeze.
Manufacturer’s recommended storage times should be adhered to. Refer to relevant instructions.
Do not allow children to tamper with the controls or play with the Fridge/Freezer. The Fridge/Freezer is heavy. Care should be taken when moving it. It is dangerous to alter the specification or attempt to modify this product in any way.
Do not store inflammable gases or liquids inside your Fridge/Freezer.
If the power cable is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved. Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision.

This refrigerating appliance is not intended to be used as a built-in appliance.
This appliance is intended to be used in household and similar applications such as

  • staff kitchen areas in shops, offices and other working environments;
  • farm houses and by clients in hotels, motels and other residential type environments;
  • bed and breakfast type environments;
  • catering and similar non-retail applications.

Keep ventilation openings, in the appliance enclosure or in the built-in structure, clear of obstruction.
Do not use mechanical devices or other means to accelerate the defrosting process, other than those recommended by the manufacturer.
Do not damage the refrigerant circuit.
Do not use electrical appliances inside the food storage compartments of the appliance, unless they are of type recommended by the manufacturer.
Do not store explosive substances such as aerosol cans with a flammable propellant in this appliance.
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
WARNING: Keep ventilation openings, in the appliance enclosure or in the built-in structure, clear of obstruction.
WARNING: Do not use mechanical devices or other means to accelerate the defrosting process, other than those recommended by the manufacturer.
WARNING: Do not damage the refrigerant circuit.
WARNING: Do not use electrical appliances inside the food storage compartments of the appliance, unless they are of the type recommended by the manufacturer.
WARNING: Refrigerating appliances – in particular a refrigerator-freezer Type I – might not operate consistently (possibility of defrosting of contents or temperature becoming too warm in the frozen food compartment) when sited for an extended period of time below the cold end of the range of temperatures for which the refrigerating appliance is designed;
WARNING: The necessity that, for doors or lids fitted with locks and keys, the keys be kept out of the reach of children and not in the vicinity of the refrigerating appliance, in order to prevent children from being locked inside.
WARNING: The refrigerant used in your appliance and insulation materials requires special disposal procedures.
WARNING: When positioning the appliance, ensure the supply cord is not trapped or damaged.
WARNING: Do not locate multiple portable socket-outlets or portable power supplies at the rear of the appliance
Children aged from 3 to 8 years are allowed to load and unload refrigerating appliances.
To avoid contamination of food, please respect the following instructions:
– Opening the door for long periods can cause a significant increase of the temperature in the compartments of the appliance.
–Clean regularly surfaces that can come in contact with food and accessible drainage systems.
– Clean water tanks if they have not been used for 48 h; flush the water system connected to a water supply if water has not been drawn for 5 days.
– Store raw meat and fish in suitable containers in the refrigerator, so that it is not in contact with or drip onto other food.
– Two-star frozen-food compartments are suitable for storing pre-frozen food, storing or making ice-cream and making ice cubes.
– One-, two- and three-star compartments are not suitable for the freezing of fresh food.
– If the refrigerating appliance is left empty for long periods, switch off, defrost, clean, dry, and leave the door open to prevent mould developing within the appliance.
Locks
If your Freezer is fitted with a lock, to prevent children being entrapped keep the key out of reach and not in the vicinity of the appliance. If disposing of an old Freezer break off any old locks or latches as a safeguard.
Freon-free
The Freon -free refrigerant (R600a) and the foaming insulation material (cyclopentane) that is environmentally friendly are used for the refrigerator, causing no damage to the ozone layer and having a very small impact on the global warming.R600a is flammable, and sealed in a refrigeration system, without leakage during normal use. But, in case of refrigerant leakage due to the refrigerant circuit being damaged, be sure to keep the appliance away from open flames and open the windows for ventilation as quickly as possible.

INTRODUCTION

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1 Refrigerator shelf
2 Vegetable box cover
3 Vegetable box
4 Upper Freezer drawer
5 Bottom Freezer drawer
6 Upper refrigerator door shelf
7 Small refrigerator door shelf
8 Water tank
9 Small refrigerator door shelf
10 Water tray
11 Water tray cover

Tips for Water dispenser
The refrigerator includes a water dispenser which makes it easier to fill your cup of water and have access to cold water almost immediately. The water dispenser includes one tank of 2.0 litres of water which has to be filled out. To use water dispenser follow the instructions below:

  1. Open the refrigerator door to ensure the water dispenser fixed well.
  2. Open the filler cover of the water tank, slowly fill the water tank to prevent any spills until the tank is filled. Then close the filler cover of the water tank. See image C.
  3. Once the water tank is full, set the thermostat at the lowest mode or the Fast Cool mode, and one hour later you can dispense water for drinking. See image D.
  4. When using the water dispenser, some water may drip and accumulate at the bottom of the water dispenser. Please wipe it with a cloth when necessary.
  5. The maximum fill must be lower than the tank cover as indicated by the maximum fill line.
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NOTE:Don’t take away the cup until no waterdrop.
*Only for MRF-270 with water dispenser

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1 Cooling room shelves
2 Vegetable and fruit crisper cover
3 Vegetable and fruit crisper
4 Freezing drawers
5 Freezing drawer
6 Door balcony
7 Door balcony

Location

When selecting a position for your Fridge/Freezer you should make sure the floor is flat and firm, and the room is well ventilated. Avoid locating your Fridge/Freezer near a heat source, eg, cooker, boiler or radiator. Also avoid direct sunlight in out-buildings or sun lounges. If you are placing your Fridge/Freezer in an out-building such as a garage or annex ensure that the Fridge/Freezer is placed above the damp course, otherwise condensation will occur on the Fridge/Freezer cabinet. When working, the refrigerator gives off heat to surroundings. Therefore, at least 30mm of free space should be spared at the top side, more than 100mm on both sides, and above 50mm at the back side of the refrigerator.
Leveling the Freezer
If the Freezer is not level, the door and magnetic seal alignment will be affected and may cause you Freezer to work incorrectly. Once the Freezer is placed in its final location, adjust the leveling feet at the front by turning them.
Cleaning before use
Wipe the inside of the Freezer with a weak solution of bicarbonate of soda. Then rinse with warm water using a damp sponge or cloth. Wash the baskets and shelves in warm soapy water and dry completely before replacing in the Freezer. The external parts of the Freezer can be cleaned with wax polish.
Before plugging in YOUMUST
Check that you have a socket which is compatible with the plug supplied with the Freezer. Before switching on!
DO NOT SWITCH ON UNTIL FOUR HOURS AFTER MOVING THE FREEZER.
The coolant fluid needs time to settle. If the appliance is switched off at any time, wait 30 minutes before switching back on to allow the coolant fluid to settle.
Before filling your Freezer
Before storing foods in your Freezer, turn the Freezer on and wait for 24 hours, to make sure it is working properly and to allow the Freezer to fail to the correct temperature.
Switching on your Fridge/Freezer

  1. Before connecting the Fridge/Freezer to the mains supply position. The thermostat control dial is located inside the Fridge compartment.
  2. Turn the thermostat knob to the“3”position and turn on electricity. The compressor and the light inside the refrigerator will begin to work.
  3. Wait 24 hours before placing food into the Fridge/Freezer, the temperature inside your Fridge/Freezer will then be cool enough to chill and freeze foods sufficiently.

Adjusting the temperature
Temperature seting
The temperature of the appliance can be adjusted by turning the thermostat dial.
The thermostat can be set between 1 and 7.

  • 1 is the warmest setting.
  • 7 is the coldest setting.

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  • Set the dial to OFF to turn off the cooling function.
    ⇒ Under the normal operating condition (in spring and autumn), it is recommended to set the temperature at 4 .
    ⇒ In summer when the ambient temperature is high, it is recommended to set temperature at 3-4 , so as to guarantee
    the fridge and freezer temperatures and reduce the refrigerator continuous running time; and in winter when the ambient temperature is low, it is recommended to set temperature at 5-6 to avoid frequent start/stop of the refrigerator.
    Notes: The temperatures may vary with respect to setting’s ones due to compressor cycles and outside conditions.

Fast Freeze

  1. Fast freezing makes water in the food form into fine ice crystal, so as to prevent the cell membrane from being damaged and the cytoplasm from being lost when thawing, thus preserving the original freshness and nutrition of food.
  2. Fresh food and fish to be preserved for a long time should be frozen in a fast manner. To realize fast freezing, please adjust the knob switch to mode “7” before adding the food.
  3. After fast freezing, turn the knob back to its original mode (In general, the fast freezing time shall not exceed 4 hours).
    Notes:The thermostat setting of ‘6’ or ‘7’ is suitable when ambient temperature is under 16 °C, but it may lead to ice formation if the refrigerator keeps running at such setting for a long time under the normal ambient temperature, which belongs to normal phenomenon. In such case, it is recommended to adjust back the thermostat setting appropriately.

IN USE

  1. The appliance might not operate consistently (possibility of defrosting of contents or temperature becoming too warm in the frozen food compartment) when sited for an extended period of time below the cold end of the range of temperatures for which the refrigerating appliance is designed
  2. The fact that the internal temperatures could be affected by such factors as the location of the refrigerating appliance, ambient temperature and the frequency of door opening, and, if appropriate, a warning that the setting of any temperature control device might have to be varied to allow for these factors
  3. The fact that effervescent drinks should not be stored in food freezer compartments or cabinets or in low-temperature compartments or cabinets, and that some products such as water ices should not be consumed too cold
  4. The need to not exceed the storage time(s) recommended by the food manufacturers for any kind of food
  5. The fact that a rise in temperature of the frozen food during manual defrosting, maintenance or cleaning could shorten the storage life
  6. It is better wrapping the frozen food in several layers of the glass shelves.
  7. the care required with regard to frozen food in storage in the event of an extended non-running of the refrigerating appliance (interruption of power supply or failure of the refrigerating system)

Tips for keeping food perfect in the Fridge
Take extra care with meat and fish
Cooked meats should always be stored on a shelf above raw meats to avoid bacterial transfer. Keep raw meats on a plate which is large enough to collect juices and cover it with cling film or foil.
Leave space around food
This allows cold air to circulate around the Fridge, ensuring all parts of the Fridge are kept cool.
Wrap up food!
To prevent transfer of flavors and drying out, food should be separately packed or covered. Fruit and vegetables need not be wrapped.
Pre-cooked food should be cooled properly
Allow pre-cooked food to cool down before placing in the Fridge. This will help to stop the internal temperature of the Fridge from rising.
Shut the door!
To prevent cold air escaping, try to limit the number of times you open the door. When returning from shopping, sort foods to be kept in your Fridge before opening the door. Only open the door to put food in or take it out.
Recommended storage periods
For recommended food storage time, refer to the information given on your food packaging.
Tips for shopping for frozen foods
Your Freezer is 4 star
When you are buying frozen food, look at the Storage Guidelines on the packaging. You will be able to store each item of frozen food for the period shown against the 4 star rating. This is usually the period stated as “Best, Before”, found on the front of the packaging.
Check the Fridge/Freezer temperature
Check the temperature of the frozen food cabinet in the shop where you buy your frozen foods. It should show a temperature lower than -18℃.
Choose packs carefully
Make sure the frozen food package is in perfect condition.
Purchase frozen food last Always buy frozen products last on your shopping trip or visit to the supermarket.
Keep frozen foods together
Try to keep frozen food together whilst shopping, and on the journey home as this will help to keep the food cooler.
Store food straight away
Don’t buy frozen food unless you can freeze it straight away. Special insulated bags can be bought from most supermarkets and hardware shops. These keep frozen food cold for longer.
Thawing frozen food for some foods, thawing before cooking is unnecessary. Vegetables and pasta can be added directly to boiling water or steam cooked. Frozen sauces and soups can be put into a saucepan and heated gently until thawed.
Freezing fresh foods, useful tips
Use quality food and handle it as little as possible. Freeze food in small quantities, it freezes faster, takes less time to thaw and enables you to eat it in the quantity you need.
Freezing fresh foods
First, estimate the amount of food you will be freezing. If you are freezing large amounts of fresh food, remember to turn the control dial to Max. This will lower the temperature in the Freezer (approx -30℃), freezing your food quicker and helping to keep the goodness in. However you should do this sparingly to conserve energy.
Preparations for freezing

  • Leave cooked food to cool completely.

  • Chill food in a Fridge before freezing if possible.

  • Consider how you want to cook the food before freezing it.

  • Don’t freeze food in metal containers as you may want to microwave it straight from the Freezer.

  • Use special Freezer bags available from supermarkets, Freezer film, polythene bags, plastic containers, aluminum foil for acidic foods (such as citrus fruits).
    Do not use thin cling film or glass. Do not use used food containers (unless cleaned thoroughly first).

  • Exclude as much air from the container as possible. You could buy a special vacuum pump which sucks excessive air out of the packaging.

  • Leave a small amount of “air space” when freezing liquids, to allow for expansion.

  • You can use the space in the Freezer most efficiently if you freeze liquids (or solids with liquids, such as stew) in square blocks.
    This is known as “performing” Pour the liquid into a polythene bag which is inside a square sided container. Freeze it like this, then remove it from the container and seal the bag.

Where to store your foods in the fridge Cool area:
This is where to store foods which will keep longer if they are kept cool. Milk, eggs, yogurt, fruit juices, hard cheeses eg.
Cheddar. Opened jars and bottles of salad dressings, sauces and jams. Fats, eg. Butter, margarine, low-fat spreads, cooking fats and lard.
Coldest area:
This is where foods which must be cold to keep them safe should be kept:

  • Raw and uncooked foods should always be wrapped.
  • Pre-cooked chilled foods, eg. Ready meals, meat pies, soft cheeses.
  • Pre-cooked meats eg. Ham,
  • Prepared salads (including pre-packed mixed green salads, rice, potato salad etc).
  • Desserts, eg. Fromage frais, home-prepared food and leftovers or cream cakes.

NOTE:Always wrap and store raw meat, poultry and fish on the lowest shelf at the bottom of the fridge. This will stop them dripping onto, or touching other foods. Do not store inflammable gasses or liquids in the fridge.
Recommended storage periods
For recommended food storage time, refer to the information given on your food packaging.

Defrosting
After a period of time frost will build up in certain areas in the Fridge/Freezer compartment. As a temporary measure, this frost should be scraped away using a plastic scraper. NEVER use a metal or sharp instrument. Complete defrosting will however become necessary approximately once per year, or if the frost layer exceeds 5mm to maintain the efficiency of the Fridge/Freezer. This should be carried out if the frost build-up cannot be scraped away, or if it begins to interfere with the food storage. Chose a time when the stock of frozen food is low and proceed as follow:

  1. Take out the frozen food, turn the Fridge/Freezer off at the mains supply and leave the doors open. Ideally the frozen food should be put into another Fridge/Freezer or refrigerator. If this is not possible wrap the food, firstly in several sheets of newspaper or large towels and then in a thick rug or blanket and keep it in a cool place.
  2. Scrape away as much frost build-up as possible using the plastic scraper. To accelerate the thawing process place bowls of hot water inside the Fridge/Freezer cabinet. As the solid frost loosens, prize it away with the plastic scraper and remove.
  3. When defrosting is completed, clean your Fridge/Freezer as described.

Cleaning inside the Fridge/Freezer
After defrosting you should clean the Fridge/Freezer internally with a weak solution of bicarbonate of soda. Then rinse with warm water using a damp sponge or cloth and wipe dry. Wash the baskets in warm soapy water and ensure they are completely dry before replacing in the Fridge/Freezer. Condensation will form on the back wall of the Fridge; however it will normally run down the back wall and into the drain hole behind the salad bin.
The drain hole will have a “cleaning spike” inserted into it. This ensures that small pieces off food can not enter the drain.
After you have cleaned the inside of your Fridge and removed any food residues from around the whole, use the “cleaning spike” to make sure that there are no blockages.
Cleaning outside the Fridge/Freezer
Use standard furniture polish to clean the Freezer exterior. Make sure that the doors are closed to prevent polish getting on the magnetic door seal or inside.
The grille of the condenser at the back of the Freezer and the adjacent components can be vacuumed using a soft brush attachment.
Do not use harsh cleaners, scouring pads or solvents to clean any part of the Freezer.
Vacation Time
Turn off the refrigerator first and then unplug the unit from the wall outlet.
Remove all the food.
Clean the refrigerator.
Leave the lid open slightly to avoid possible formation of condensation, mold, or odors.
Use extreme caution in the case of children. The unit should not be accessible to child’s play.
Short vacations: Leave the refrigerator operating during vacations of less than three weeks.
Long vacations: If the appliance will not be used for several months, remove all food and unplug the power cord. Clean and dry the interior thoroughly. To prevent odor and mold growth, leave the door open slightly: blocking it open if necessary or have the door removed.

TROUBLESHOOTING AND MAINTENANCE

Trouble Shooting
Power cut

If the internal temperature of the Freezer compartment is -18℃ or less when the power returns, your food is safe. The food in your Freezer will remain frozen for approx 16 hours with the door closed. Do not open the Freezer door more than necessary.
The Freezer is exceptionally cold
You may have accidentally adjusted the thermostat control dial to a higher position.
The Freezer is exceptionally warm
The compressor may not be working. Turn the thermostat control dial to the maximum setting and wait a few minutes. If there is no humming noise, it is not working. Contact the local store where your purchase was made.
The Freezer is not working
Check it is plugged in and switched on. Check that the fuse in the plug has not blown. Plug In another appliance, such as a lamp, to see if the socket is working. Leave the Freezer for 30 minutes.
Condensation appears on the outside of the Freezer
This may be due to a change in the room temperature. Wipe off any residue of moisture. If the problem continues contact the local store where your purchase was made.
Noises inside the Freezer
If you have not owned a Freezer before, you may notice that it makes some rather unusual noises. Most noises are perfectly normal; however you should be aware of them!
GURGLING, WHOOSHING
These noises are caused by the circulation of the refrigerant liquid in the cooling system. It has become more pronounced since the introduction of CFC free gases. This is not a fault and will not affect the performance of your Freezer.
HUMMING, PURRING OR PULSATING
This is the compressor motor working, as it pumps the refrigerant around the system.
Moving the Freezer
Location
Do not place your Freezer near a heat source, eg. Cooker, boiler or radiator. Also avoid direct sunlight in out-buildings or sun lounges.
Leveling the Freezer
Make sure the Freezer is level. Use the rotating leveling feet at the front. If the Freezer is not level, the doors and magnetic seal alignments will be affected and may cause your Freezer to work incorrectly.
Do not turn on the Freezer for 4 hours
After the Freezer is in place it needs to be left for 4 hours. This allows time for the coolant to settle.
Installation
Don’t cover or block the vents or grilles of your appliance.
Carefully dispose of the burnt-out light bulb immediately.
Vacation Time

  • Turn off the refrigerator first and then unplug the unit from the wall outlet.
  • Remove all the food.
  • Clean the refrigerator.
  • Leave the lid open slightly to avoid possible formation of condensation, mold, or odors.
  • Use extreme caution in the case of children. The unit should not be accessible to child’s play.
  •  Short vacations: Leave the refrigerator operating during vacations of less than three weeks.
  • Long vacations: If the appliance will not be used for several months, remove all food and unplug the power cord.
    Clean and dry the interior thoroughly. To prevent odor and mold growth, leave the door open slightly: blocking it open if necessary or have the door removed.

How to save energy

  • Install the refrigerator in the coolest part of the room, out of direct sunlight and away from heating ducts or registers. Do not place the refrigerator next to heat-producing appliances such as a range, oven or dishwasher.
  • The refrigerator door should remain open only as long as necessary; do not place hot food inside the refrigerator.
  • Organize the refrigerator to reduce door openings. Remove as many items as needed at one time and close the door as soon as possible.
  • The refrigerator door should be properly closed to avoid increased energy consumption, and the formation of excess ice and / or condensation inside.
  •  Constantly circulating cold air keeps the temperature homogenous inside the refrigerator. For this reason, it is important to properly distribute the food, to facilitate the flow of air.
  • Cover foods and wipe containers dry before placing them in the refrigerator. This cuts down on moisture build-up inside the unit.
  • Do not overcrowd the refrigerator or block cold airvents. Doing so causes the refrigerator to run longer and use more energy. Shelves should not be lined with aluminum foil, wax paper or paper toweling. Liners interfere with cold air circulation, making the refrigerator less efficient, which could cause food spoilage.
  • During prolonged absences (example: vacations), it is advisable to disconnect the refrigerator, remove all the food, and clean it . The door should be left slightly open to avoid mold and unpleasant odors. This will not affect the refrigerator when it is reconnected.
  • During short absences (example: holidays), the refrigerator can remain on. However, remember that prolonged power outages may occur while you are gone.

Servicing

  • This product should be serviced by an authorized engineer and only genuine spare parts should be used.
  • Under no circumstances should you attempt to repair the appliance yourself.
  • Repairs carried out by inexperienced persons may cause injury or serious malfunctioning. Contact the local store where your purchase was made.
  • When the appliance is not in use for long periods, disconnect from the electricity supply, empty all foods and clean the appliance, leaving the door ajar to prevent unpleasant smells.

ELECTRICAL INFORMATION

THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.

  1. This appliance is fitted with a plug which will be suitable for use in all houses fitted with sockets to current specifications.
  2.  If the fitted plug is not suitable for your socket outlets, it should be cut off and carefully disposed of. To avoid a possible shock hazard, do not insert the discarded plug into a socket.

Changing the internal light

  1. Before carrying out the bulb replacement always press and turn the thermostat control to dial to position “OFF”, then disconnecting the mains supply.
  2. Hold and lift up the light bulb cover.
  3. Remove the old bulb by unscrewing it in an anti-clockwise direction.
  4. Replace with a new bulb (Max.10W) by screwing it in a clockwise direction marking sure that it is secure in the bulb holder.
    Refit the light cover and re-connect your Fridge/Freezer to the mains supply and switch on.

Safety-check after maintenance
Is the power cord broken or damaged?
Is the power plug firmly inserted into the socket?
Is the power plug abnormally overheated?
Note: Electric shock and fire accident may be caused in case the power cord and plugs damaged or stained by dust. If any abnormality, please unplug the power plug and get in contact with the vendor.
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
This appliance is fitted with a plug which will be suitable for use in all houses fitted with sockets to current specifications.
If the fitted plug is not suitable for your socket outlets, it should be cut off and carefully disposed of. To avoid a possible shock hazard, do not insert the discarded plug into a socket.
This appliance complies with the EEC Directives.
Correct Disposal of this product
This marking indicates that this product should not be disposed with other household wastes throughout the EU. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources. To return your used device, please use the return and collection systems or contact the retailer where the product was purchased. They can take this product for environmental safe recycling.

Warnings for disposal

Refrigerant and cyclopentane foaming material used for the refrigerator are flammable. Therefore, when the refrigerator is scrapped, it shall be kept away from any fire source and be recovered by a special recovering company with corresponding qualification other than be disposed by combustion, so as to prevent damage to the environment or any other harm.
When the refrigerator is scrapped, disassemble the doors, and remove gasket of door and shelves; put the doors and shelves in a proper place, so as to prevent trapping of any child.
To contact technical assistance, visit our website: https://corporate.haiereurope.com/en/ Under the section “Website”, choose the brand of your product and your country. You will be redirected to the specific website where you can find the telephone number and form to contact technical assistance.
For further information about the product, please consult https://eprel.ec.europa.eu/ or scan the QR on the energy label supplied with the appliance.

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