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2 User s Manual Thank you for choosing Electrolux. In this manual you will find all the information for your safety and proper use of your Fridge. Read all the instructions before using the device and save it for further references. The identification label where all the information about code, model, manufacturer and others, will be used by the Technical Service in case your fridge needs repairs. Do not remove it from its place. Environmental Hints The symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product may not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. For more detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact your local city office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product. Table of contents Safety...02 Installation...03 Description of the Refrigerator...04 How to Use...13 Cleaning and Maintenance...16 Solving Problems...20 Hints and Suggestions...22 Technical Information Safety This refrigetaror is not intended for use by persons (including children) with physical, sensory or mental impairments, or people with lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have received regarding the use of the refrigerator or under the supervision of person responsible for their safety. Its recommended that children be supervisioned to ensure they are not playing with the refrigerator. For Children Prevent accidents. After unpacking the refrigerator, keep the packing material out of the reach of children. Do not allow your refrigerator to be handled by children, even when disconnected. In case your refrigerator has any silica gel or Desi Pak pack inside, throw it away and do not let the children play with it. For the User / Installer silica gel or Desi Pak IMPORTANT Disconnect the Refrigerator from the socket whenever cleaning or doing maintenance. Never disconnect the Refrigerator from the socket by pulling the power cable. Use the plug. If the power cord is damaged, do not try to fix it. It must be replaced by the tecnical service or qualified professional in order to avoid a hazard. Do not store drugs, toxic or chemical products in your Refrigerator, as they may contaminate food items. Products in highpressure aerosol, identified as flammable or with a small flame symbol cannot be stored in the refrigerator or freezer under risk of explosion. Do not lean on the doors. The hinges may become deregulated, affecting the refrigerator s sealing and compromising its performance. Transport your refrigerator in vertical position (standing). It is not recommended transportation in horizontal position. WARNING Never place candles or incense lighted over the Fridge, given the risk of fires or product damage. 2

3 2. Installation Remove the base from the packing With the help of other adults, carefully recline the fridge to one of the sides. With someone s help, break the base with your hands. Tilt the refrigerator to the other side and remove the rest of the base. In the back part remove the adhesive tapes and unlock both back spacers. Leave it in horizontal position. Choose the Location Install your refrigerator in a ventilated location away from direct sunlight and heat sources (stove, ovens, etc.) and flammable products. Do not install your refrigerator unsheltered (open to weather). For the definite position of the refrigerator, respect the minimum distances recommended: On top: 10 cm Side: 10 cm Behind: 10 cm Check if the spaces left in the front of the fridge and in the right side (looking at the front of the fridge) are enough to allow complete opening of the door and crisper drawer. Behind On top Side Leveling Set the leveling feet to ensure perfect refrigerator stability, preventing rocking movement. Leave frontal casters rolling freely. In order to perform the leveling feet must be completely on the floor. To better close the door, the product must be slightly reclined to the back. The proper functioning of the refrigerator shall depend on its perfect leveling. WARNING Leveling must be performed with closed doors. Your refrigerator was developed to use the leveling feet, which come with it. Therefore, do not use other feet other than the original. There are wheels on the upper back part of your refrigerator to facilitate movement. During packaging removal, the feeding cable will be loose. To avoid damages, attach it with adhesive tape in the back of the fridge. After unpacking and leveling, wait at least two hours before connecting your refrigerator to prevent malfunctioning. Electrical Installation Before turning your fridge on remove the transparent protective wrapping plastic applied on the control panel in the freezer door. Before connecting your refrigerator, check if the voltage on the socket where it will be plugged is equal to the one indicated on the label next to the plug (on the power cable) or on the refrigerator ID label. Be careful not to leave the refrigerator over the power cable. Connect the refrigerator to an exclusive socket. Do not use extensions or Tconnectors. For your safety, request an electrician of your trust to check the condition of the electrical power system at the location it will be plugged and for further information, contact the Technical Service. The socket wires where your refrigerator will be connected should be of copper and have a minimum section of 2.5 mm². 3

4 Admissible voltage variation Voltage (V) Minimum (V) Maximum (V) Ground Wire (Grounding) WARNING IMPORTANT In case the voltage at installation site is out of the indicated limits on Admissible Voltage Variation table, ask the dealer energy the adequacy of voltage levels and adapt a voltage stabilizer of not less than 2000 VA. If there is any, voltage variation on site, outside the specified limits (see table above) or a not constant energy supply, the appliance may change in its operation. If so, remove the plug for 5 minutes and then Fio reconnect Terra it (aterramento) to the energy supply (check item 6 Solving Problems Pages 20 and 21). Do not use the refrigerator without connecting the grounding wire. Do not use the product without grounding it. If the installation doesn t have grounding, for your safety, ask to a trusted electrician to provide it. The grounding cable (green or yellow and green) located at the back of your refrigerator must be connected to an efficient grounding and should not be connected directly to the electric power network or to water and/or gas pipes, electricity, telephone conduits, lightning rods, etc. If your product is equipped with a 3prong plug power cord, it will not have a grounding cable (green or yellow and green). It must be plugged into a properly grounded and polarized 3prong outlet. Do not use adaptor to bypass the grounding. Do not replace it for a two prong plug. If necessary, for your safety, ask to a trusted electrician to ground your appliance. Grounding is the best safety for the user against electric discharges. 3.Description of the Refrigerator Parts 1. Ice Twister (DF80/DF80X) / Automatic Ice Maker (DFI80/DI80X) 2. Ice storage recipient 3. Drink Express (DF80/DF80X) 4. Turbo freezing compartment (Turbo Freezer) 5. Retractile and small shelf of the freezer 6. Retractile and big shelf of the freezer 7. Freezer compartment light 1 unit (luminary) 8. Freezer door shelves (2 units) 9. Removable Ice Stock. 10. Cup support Frosty Cups (2 units) 11. Space convenient compartment 12. Lights in the fridge compartment 3 units (luminary) 13. Temperature control selector in the fridge (DF80/ DF80X) 14. Removable glass shelve (2 per refrigerator) 15. Crisper drawer lid 16. Humidity Control 17. Crisper Drawer 18. Crisper Drawer sliding control 19. Leveling feet/ casters 20. Removable bin Space+ (picnic)(dfi80/di80x) 21. Space Express / Gourmet Express / Drink Express (DFI80/DI80X) Retractile Shelf (DF80/DF80X) 22. Flex Box shelf (2 per fridge) 23. Small multiuse shelf 24. Removable shelf for delicate fruits 25. Bottle holder shelve 26. Refrigerator door shelf (3 in models DF80/ DF80X) and (2 in models DFI80/DI80X) 27. Bottles lock 28. Space Light removable shelf. 29. Water supply (DFI80/DI80X) 30. Removable can dispenser 31. Control Panel 32. Handles 33. Rotating water dispenser (DFI80/DI80X) 34. Water dispenser action button (DFI80/DI80X) 35. Deodorizer 36. Water filter element (DFI80/DI80X) 37. Retractile shelf of the fridge 38. Freezer door (not reversible) 39. Fridge door (not reversible) 40. MultiFlow 41. Egg tray 42. Extra Crisper Drawer (DFI80/DI80X) 43. Extra Crisper Drawer cover (DFI80/DI80X) 44. Breakfast tray 4

5 Control Panel DF80 / DF80X Control Panel DFI80 / DI80X This panel has approximation mode. To set it, place your hand rapidly over the control panel. All Buttons will light up with 50% luminous intensity. 5

6 Dessert Indicator (DFI80/DI80X) It shows which dessert was selected for fast cooling: trifle, cheesecake, mousse or pudding. The selection is made by pressing the button GOURMET EXPRESS. Indicators of Temperature Selection of Fridge Compartment (DFI80/DI80X) They indicate the temperature selected in the fridge compartment. The adjustment is made by pressing the button FRIDGE TEMPERATURE. When the fridge is turned on for the first time, turned on after cleaning or after blackout, the control will always indicate medium position. Temperature Selection Indicators of the Freezer Compartment They indicate the selected temperature in the freezer compartment. The adjustment is made by pressing the screen FREEZER TEMPERATURE. When the fridge is turned on for the first time, turned on after cleaning or after blackout, the control always indicates medium position. Beverage Indicator Shows the drink selected for Rapid Cooling: champagne, beer or canned drinks (DF80/DF80X) or sodas, champagne, beer and canned drinks (DFI80/DI80X). The selection is made by pressing the screen DRINK EXPRESS. Button GOURMET EXPRESS (fast cooling after desserts models DFI80/DI80X) By setting this button, it is selected the kind of dessert expected to cool faster, during a predetermined time for each dessert: trifle, cheesecake, mousse and pudding. In case you wish to deactivate this function, you must touch the screen GOURMET EXPRESS again until the indicator shows room temperature. Button FRIDGE TEMPERATURE (models DFI80/DI80X) This button allows the adjustment of temperature in the fridge compartment: Minimum, Medium and Maximum. Intermediary adjustments to these positions can also be performed. Button FREEZER TEMPERATURE This button allows the adjustment of temperature in the freezer compartment: Minimum, Medium and Maximum. Intermediary adjustments to these positions can also be performed, in models (DFI80/ DI80X). Button DRINK EXPRESS (Beverage fast cooling) By setting this button, it is selected the kind of drink expected to cool faster, during a predetermined time for each drink: In case you wish to deactivate this function, you must press the button DRINK EXPRESS again until the indicator shows two bars ( ) in models DF80/ DF80X and room temperature in models DFI80/DI80X. For models DF80 and DF80X the beverages must be in the Drink Express drawer at the freezer. WARNING The function Drink Express (Beverage Fast Cooling) can experience changes to the beverage final temperature given the electric tension, room temperature and beverage initial temperature. Avoid opening the fridge door frequently when this function is being used. Indicator of Electronic Panel Locked Indicates when the control panel is locked to avoid changes to the settings. To lock the control panel of models DFI80/DI80X it must be pressed at the same time the buttons FRIDGE TEMPERATURE and FREEZER TEM PERATURE for approximately 3 seconds. To unlock, repeat the process. To lock the control panel of models DF80/DF80X it must be pressed at the same time the buttons FREEZER TEMPERATURE and AUTO CONTROL for approximately 3 seconds. To unlock, repeat the process. For these models, once the panel is locked LOC will appear on the display. Button INTELLIGENT SENSOR (DFI80/DI80X) This button when set, will make the device stop operating in manual mode to operate in automatic mode. Variations in room temperature will be considered automatically, assuring the conservation properties in food stored in the fridge. With this function activated, it is not possible to set the freezer temperature and the fridge temperature (the buttons are blocked). Indicator of FREEZING TURBO or BEVERAGES FAST COOLING or DESSERT FAST COOLING time (DFI80/DI80X) In case one of the functions above has been chosen, the indicator shows the operation remaining time. For example: 30, 29, 28 minutes and so on until zero (0:00). Should you wish to use the functions simultaneously (cool drinks and freeze food or party manner), the counter will show the remaining time to conclude each 6

7 function with a respective display light for 30 seconds and then remain alternating inbetween functions until one of them is concluded. (DFI80/DI80X) When no function is selected, the indicator in models DFI80 and DI80X shows room temperature and in models DF80 and DF80X the indicator will show two bars ( ) moving up and down. Button TURBO FREEZING: Allows for faster food cooling or freezing. This function s operation time can be set to 30 minutes (minimum) and up to 2 hours and 30 minutes (maximum). Other periods that may be selected: 45 minutes, 1 hour, 1 hour and 30 minutes and 2 hours. In case you wish to deactivate this function, you must press the button TURBO FREEZING again until the indicator shows ( ) in models DF80/DF80X or room temperature in models DFI80/DI80X. WARNING The function TURBO FREEZING will not work in case the function BEVERAGE FAST COOLING is working or selected before (this information is valid only for models DF80 and DF80X). Indicator of High Temperature in the Freezer and/or Fridge Compartment (DFI80/DI80X) This indicator will turn on every time the Freezer and/or Fridge compartment temperature is higher (hot) than the proper temperature for storage. We recommend not to perform freezer and/or fridge load when the indicator of high temperature is on. Keep temperature setting of freezer compartment at maximum and wait a few minutes until the indicator is off. In case this indicator remains on for a long period, contact Technical Service. Indicator of Door Opened (DFI80/DI80X) This indicator stays on as an alert while any of the doors (refrigerator or freezer) remains open. BUTTON/Function PARTY The function, when selected, maintains the freezing capacity at maximum, and cooling capacity for 6 hours, even with several door openings. To activate this function by pressing the button PARTY once (DFI80/ DI80X) or press the button AUTO CONTROL twice (DF80/DF80X). The function Party can be deactivated at any time, by pressing the button PARTY (DFI80/ DI80X) or button AUTO CONTROL (DF80/DF80X). Button ICE MAKER (Automatic Ice Maker only in models DFI80 and DI80X) By pressing this button, the ice maker is turned on and the ice starts to be made automatically. Make sure there is water in the water supply at all times, so the ice can be made. The lack of water in the water supply is indicated on the display according to the picture. To deactivate the automatic ice maker at any time, press the button ICE MAKER. To remove the ra from the display you must refill the water supply, wait a few minutes so the water can go through the filter and press the Button Ice Maker again. The fact ra does not appear on the display does exempt the lack of water from the water supply, because the water use by the Water Dispenser is not monitored by this alert. WARNING The water outlet in the dispenser will be interrupted at the moment the Ice Maker is being refilled. Fill up only with potable water. Indicator of Water Filter Replacement (DFI80/ DI80X) Indicates when the water filter expired and must be replaced. The filter must be purchased in the Technical Service. After the filter replacement, by pressing at the same time buttons PARTY and FRIDGE TEMPERATURE, for approximately 3 seconds. This operation will turn off the luminous indicator and will restart the 500 liters count (filter useful life) of the new filter. Button/Function Shopping The function, when selected, keeps the freezing capacity at maximum, allowing a fast freezing and cooling of new food. The function Shopping has a duration of 3 hours, although it can be deactivated at any time, by pressing the button SHOPPING (DFI80/DI80X) or button AUTO CONTROL (DF80/DF80X). This function activates open door alarm to start tinging only after 10 minutes. 7

8 Button/Function Vacation The function Vacation, when selected keeps the freezer temperature at minimum for models DF80/DF80X and the freezer temperature and fridge at minimum for models DFI80/DI80X. This function is indicated when the product remains closed for long periods of time. During the first 30 minutes, after the function is selected, the product can be opened without deactivating this function. To deactivated this function at any time, press the button VACATION in models DFI80/DI80X and the button AUTO CONTROL in models DF80/ DF80X or open one of the doors for 30min, after the function is selected. Button AUTO CONTROL (Automatic Control) DF80/DF80X By pressing the button AUTO CONTROL it is possible to select one of the automatic control functions: Vacation, Party and Shopping (DF80/DF80X). Attention: If the function AUTO CONTROL is selected, the functions TURBO FREEZING, DRINK EXPRESS, ICE EXPRESS and FREEZER TEM PERATURE will not be selected, until the function AUTO CONTROL is interrupted. AUTO CONTROL indicators (Automatic Control DF80/DF80X) Shows the automatic control function selected Vacation The function Vacation, when selected (pressing the button AUTO CONTROL, keeps the freezer temperature at minimum. This function is indicated when the product remains closed for long periods of time. During the first 30 minutes, after the function is selected, the product can be opened without deactivating this function. The function Vacation can be deactivated at any time, by pressing the button AUTO CONTROL or open any one of the doors 30 minutes after the function is selected Party The function, when selected (pressing the button AUTO CONTROL twice), keeps the freezing capacity at most for 6 hours, even with several door openings. The function Party can be deactivated at any time, by pressing the button AUTO CONTROL Shopping The function, when selected (pressing the button AUTO CONTROL three times), keeps the freezing capacity at most, allowing a fast freezing of new food. The function Shopping has a duration of 3 hours, although it can be deactivated at any time, by pressing the button AUTO CONTROL. With this function activated, the alarm of the door opened starts to work after 10 minutes. Button ICE EXPRESS (DF80/DF80X) This Button allows the ice to be formed faster in the freezer compartment. Make sure the ice trays in the Ice Twister are filled with water. To deactivate this function, press the button Ice Express at any time. Indicator of Room Temperature (DFI80/ DI80X) Indicates the room temperature where the fridge is installed when no other function is being used. Time Indicator (DFI80/DI80X) Indicates in minutes the remaining time of a preselected function. Temperature Indicator (DFI80/DI80X) Indicates the temperature in Celsius grade of a preselected function. The fridge has five types of alarm: 26.1 Open door Alarm After, approximately 4 minutes (normal operation) and 10 minutes (operating on shopping mode) with the door(s) opened, the alarm goes on. The alarm is automatically turned off when closing the door. Note: In case of the doors remains opened, after silence time is passed, the alarm goes on again TURBO FREEZING LONG Alarm (Periods of 1:00h, 1:30h, 2:00h and 2:30h) At the end of the time chosen for the TURBO FREEZ ING, the respective Button and the panel numbers will be flashing for about 10 seconds. To turn off, open and close the freezer door or activate the respective button TURBO FREEZING SHORT Alarm (Periods of 30 and 45 minutes) At the end of the selected TURBOFREEZE period, the alarm will be triggered, sounding for about 1 minute. In this case, if the door is not opened, an alert bip will sound every minute. After the end of the operation, in addition to the sound signal the respective Button will be flashing in the control panel. To turn off the sound and visual alarms, open and close the freezer door or activate the respective button Beverage Fast Cooling Alarm (DRINK EX PRESS) At the end of the preset period for the chosen drink express cooling, the alarm will sound for one minute. Remove all the beverages and close the door. If this procedure is not followed, after 1 minute, 1 alert bip will sound every minute. After the end of the operation, in addition to the sound signal the respective Button will 8

9 be flashing in the control panel. To turn off the sound and visual alarms, activate the respective Button or remove the beverage and close the door Dessert Fast Cooling Alarm (GOURMET EX PRESS mod. (DFI80/DI80X) At the end of the preset period for the chosen dessert express cooling, the alarm will sound for one minute. After the end of the operation, in addition to the sound signal the respective Button will be flashing in the control panel. To turn off the sound and visual alarms, activate the respective button. Remove the dessert and close the fridge door. If this procedure is not followed, after 1 minute, 1 alert bip will sound every minute ICE EXPRESS Alarm (DF80/DF80X) At the end of the chosen time for the ICE EXPRESS, the respective Button and the panel numbers will be flashing, for approximately 10 seconds. To turn off, open and close the freezer door or activate the respective button. Button Water Dispenser Activator Pressing the Button and keeping it pressed, you can serve water in a glass. For this it is necessary to: a) The water dispenser is opened; b) The electric panel is unlocked; c) The reservoir is filled with potable water. Turbofreezing Compartment This compartment allows a faster foodstuff cooling. This compartment is located in the superior right area of your freezer. Ice Twister / Ice Trays (DF80/DF80X) After removing it from its place, fill the Ice Twister with water carefully so the ice trays will not overflow. Place the Ice Twister correctly into position. The water freezes after a few hours. Gently, turn the handle clockwise until the cubes come loose and fall from the ice recipient. Ice Maker / Automatic Ice Maker (DFI80/ DI80X) Fill the potable water supply on the fridge door with and activate the button Ice Maker located in the control panel. The water freezes after a few hours. the ice will automatically fall into the ice recipient. This compartment is located in the superior left area of your freezer. WARNING Fill up only with potable water. Beverage Fast Cooling Drawer (DF80/ DF80X) Place the bottle or can in this drawer to cool your drink faster in the freezer compartment (A) and A activate the function drink express in the control panel (refer to section Tips and Advices beverage fast cooling table). If you wish, you can use this drawer to keep food in the fridge (B), in this position, even activating the function DRINK EXPRESS beverage fast cooling will not occur. Frosty Cups Developed to store cups and glasses, so they can be cooled at the moment of use. Space Convenience Compartment This compartment is used to store some food that require lower storing temperature (near 0 C) without freezing. Example: food to be consumed or cooked in a short period of time such as meat, fish, dessert and similar. This compartment is located in the superior right area of your fridge. B 9

10 Retractile Shelf (DF80/DF80X) This shelf can be detracted, allowing storage of larger objects in your fridge, such as jars and bottles. To unlock them, push the locks down (A) in the lower part of the shelf and then, push it back (B). Crisper Drawer with Sliding Control Keep the humidity and freshness of fruits and vegetables due to the circulation of cool air not in direct contact with the food. For best conservation, keep the vegetables and fruits in this location. You are provided with a fruit and vegetable sliding control, to facilitate the food organization place it on the right or left. In it, can also be stored small packages of food. Fruits and Vegetables Drawer (DFI80/DI80X) Compartment that does not allow the cooled air to be directly in contact with fruits and vegetables. It provides the right humidity level to an improved preservation. For better preservation, always keep fruits and vegetables stored inside this compartment. Humidity Control To Best store the food, there is a humidity control in the crisper drawers which regulates the airflow. When storing Leafy vegetables it is recommended to reduce the incoming air, displacing the Button to the left, avoiding food dehydration. For fruits, we recommend increasing the airflow. When storing fruits and vegetables together, set the Humidity Control to intermediary. A B Removable Multiuse Shelves These 3 shelves (2 in models, DFI80 and DI80X) are used to store several types of food, adequate to the fridge temperature. Delicate Fruits The compartment has an inclination system (A) and a handle that facilitate its removal from the product. Use this space to store small fruits, such as grapes, strawberry, etc. This compartment is located in the central right area of you fridge door. MultiFlow System This system distributes cool air for the cooling of food items inside the refrigerator compartment. Attention: Always leave the air outlets free to facilitate cool air circulation and thus improve food conservation. Ice Stock This compartment is able to store ice made in the Ice Twister (DF80/DF80X), automatic ice maker (DFI80/DI80X), or store beverage bottles that do not freeze. The compartment has a handle that facilitate its removal from the product. This compartment is located in the inferior right area of your freezer door. Light Space The compartment has a cover and a handle that facilitate its removal from the product. Ideal to store light products. This compartment is located in the superior right area of your fridge. A 10

11 Deodorizer The deodorizer reduces inconvenient food or liquid odors. It is installed on the upper part of the refrigerator compartment. To solve any doubts concerning the cleaning of the deodorizer, consult the section Cleaning and Maintenance. Retractile Glass Shelves This shelves can be detracted and folded, allowing the storage of bigger objects in your fridge, such as jars and cakes. To unlock them, push the locks down (A) in the lower part of the shelves and then, push it back. If you wish, you still can fold it up. A Position 1 Removable Can Dispenser The can support is sent into the Crisper drawer. Especially developed for storing 350ml containers of your favorite drinks. You can remove it from the door and take to the table for your greater convenience. The containerholder can be mounted in two different positions: In the door (1) or in the fridge Space Express compartment (2) (DFI80/DI80X). It can Position 2 Position Position cool the cans faster at the same time, by only activating the DRINK EXPRESS function in the Control Panel. Egg Tray The egg tray is removable and has a handle for better movement between the fridge, sink and table. Its maximum capacity is of 18 eggs. The egg tray is sent into the Crisper drawer. Gourmet Express / Drink Express Compartment (models DFI80 and DI80X) This compartment was developed for fast cooling of desserts and beverages within the fridge compartment. It can be used with trays, cans, bottles and, if you wish even with the whole can support. To use this compartment, open its door, store the dessert or beverage you wish to cool fast, close the door and select the type of dessert to be cooled off through the Button Gourmet Express or select the type of beverage through the button Drink Express. It is not recommended to put desserts and beverages at the same time. In case you do not wish to use this compartment for the functions mentioned above, it can be used as a regular shelf in the fridge, you only need to place the cover according to the pictures shown. It is not recommended to use the buttons Gourmet Express and Drink Express in this position. A This compartment is located in the superior left area of your fridge. In case you wish to use this place as an extra cold compartment to store some food that require lower temperature (near 0ºC) close the lip, but do not activate the buttons Gourmet Express and Drink Express. WARNING Do not put weight or recipients over the cover A when it is opened. Bottle Shelves and Locks 1. Bottleholder Shelves: The bottleholder shelf accommodates bottles of 3.3 liters. 2. Bottles lock: The bottle lock has a function that prevents bottles from shaking loose on the shelf. To use it, just fit it onto the shelf and slide to the right or left, as shown on the figure. It can also be used to store small condiments or Milk cartons in its interior. 11

12 Flex Box Shelves These two shelves are used to store several types of food units or small packages. To make the access easy, they are removable. To facilitate the Access use them in position 2 and after using return them to position After this procedure, the filtering system can be used normally. 7. To serve, open the dispenser rotating it, place a glass in the water outlet located in the external door of the fridge and activate the button (A) located right above. 8. In order to avoid undesirable activations, turn the dispenser and keep it closed (position 1). Water Container (only for models, DFI80 e DI80X) Developed to provide pure and healthy water, given its exclusive filtering system. Pure Filter Fill it with potable water only and wait the filtering to start. Important: In the first refill use (filter element) the water can present a ark aspect, due to the activated coal black. It is required to conduct this first filtering with the container outside the fridge, preferably in the sink, so the water with dark aspect is disposed. Repeat this procedure for 3 times (approximately 9 liters of water). This procedure must be repeated at every refill replacement (filter element). recommended to replace the refill every 6 months or 500 liters. The indicator of filter replacement will turn on after the consumption of 500l of water. How to Use the Water Container (only for models, DFI80 and DI80X) 1. Detach the water tube of the container. 2. Remove the reservoir from the refrigerator s door, lifting and pulling it as shown on the side drawing. 3. Fill the water container and wait the filtration. It is required the first filtering is made in a place the filtered water can be described (for instance, in the sink). Repeat this procedure for 3 times (approximately 9 liters of water). This procedure must be repeated at every refill replacement (filter element). 4. Place the water container in the position and attach the water tube, pressing firmly down. 5. Open the cover of the superior area of the water container, fill it up and wait the potable water filtering process. 12 WARNING Before using it for the first time, wash the reservoir with water and neutral soap to eliminate any residues. Refer to section Water Container Cleaning, on page 16. Use drinking water only. The use of any other beverage can leave residues, taste or odor in the container. The potable water reservoir should only be filled when placed into its position on the door. Water supply temperature shall not be higher than 43ºC. Let the water cool for about 12 hours. It is possible to hear some noise from the air entry when the water leaves the reservoir. For models DFI80 and DI80X it is possible also to hear some noises made by the water supply automatic system in the ice maker and water dispenser. In case the water is not flowing, press once again the activating button. Keep the glass under the water outflow for a few moments to ensure the water is completely collected by the glass. Do not use gasified beverage such as soft drinks. The drink may leak due to the gas pressure. A

13 Bin Space + (Picnic) (DFI80/DI80X) The Space + bin is removable and has two handles to improve the movement between fridge, sink, table, etc. Breakfast tray In this space it is possible to store items such as cheese, yogurts, butter, etc. which are regularly taken to the table. Back Spacer Avoid the fridge to touch the wall. Keep the back spacers always in position 1 (horizontal). When transporting the fridge, keep the spacer in position 2 (vertical). This will facilitate the fridge passage through the door, for instance. Use an adhesive tape to keep in position How to Use How to turn your refrigerator on and off To turn your refrigerator on or off, just connect or disconnect the plug from the socket after checking the product s correct voltage. Before turning the fridge on by the first time, read the instruction brochure placed in the door and this entire manual carefully. IMPORTANT When turning the fridge off, wait 10 minutes before turning it on again. Loading/Replenishing In the first filling or after cleaning: 1. For better accommodation of recipients in the freezer and refrigerator compartments, all shelves can be removed and repositioned, and the freezer and fresh food compartments removed. 2. Connect the refrigerator s plug into the socket. 3. Leave it working for at least two hours before storing any foodstuff inside. 4. Begin filling of the food items from the refrigerator shelves, leaving the door shelves for last. It is important to respect the maximum load limit indicated in the figure below. 5. After filling, set the temperature control to the most suitable position, following the information of the items Freezer Electronic Temperature Control and Refrigerator Temperature Control. 6. Do not put food on the air outlets, so the fridge performance is not compromised. Maximum Load Limits 13

14 Electronic Control of Freezer (DF80/ DF80X/DFI80/DI80X) and Fridge (DFI80/DI80X) Temperature By pressing it successively, the freezer temperature will be selected as shown below: 1. To program this function (DF80/DF80X) 1.1. Press the button AUTO CONTROL and select function VACATION and then, press 5 times the button TEMP. FREEZER. The function indicator will turn on showing the latest adjustment made. Temperature fine adjustment set is valid for the 3 temperature levels of the freezer compartment Setting Options: Electronic Control of Freezer and Fridge Temperature (Default Temperatures) Adjust Maximum Medium Minimum Freezer Temperature 24ºC (cold max) 20ºC (cold med) 16ºC (cold min) Fridge Temperature (DFI80/DI80X) 1ºC (cold max) 1ºC 3ºC (cold med) 5ºC 8ºC (cold min) The adjustment positions for freezer and fridge temperature are preestablished at the manufacturer plant. However, the temperature shall depend on the conditions of the room temperature, foodstuff and the rate at which the door is opened. Therefore, be careful not to place foodstuff in such manner that it blocks the air outlets and avoid opening the door unnecessarily. The fridge compartment of models DF80/DF80X has independent temperature control located inside and on top of the fridge. For adjustments, refer to section Manual Temperature Control of the Fridge. To increase 0.5 ºC to the preestablished temperature, press the button TEMP. FREEZER until the function indicator shows 05. To increase 1 ºC to the preestablished temperature, press the button TEMP. FREEZER until the function indicator shows 10. To decrease 0.5 ºC to the preestablished temperature, press the button TEMP. FREEZER until the function indicator shows 05 with a dash on its left side. To decrease 1 ºC to the preestablished temperature, press the button TEMP. FREEZER until the function indicator shows 10 with a dash on its left side. Fine Adjustment of Temperature Your fridge has been manufactured within international Standards and has three levels of temperature with preestablished values at the manufacturer plant for models DF80/DF80X and five levels for models DFI80/DI80X, being able to be adjustable (increase or decrease) according to your need. Should you wish to change them, you have the Temperature FineTuning option for the three/five levels as explained next. To decrease 2.0 ºC to the preestablished temperature, press the button TEMP. FREEZER until the function indicator shows 20 with a dash on its left side. After three seconds without pressing any buttons, the fine adjustment is finished. 14

15 2. To program this function (DFI80/DI80X) 2.1. Press at the same time the buttons DRINK EXPRESS and TEMP. FREEZER until you hears a sound alarm. The function indicator will turn on showing the latest adjustment made. The fine adjustment is valid for all five levels of freezer and fridge temperature Setting Options: The first number appearing on the display (tens) corresponds to fridge temperature and the second number (units) corresponds to freezer temperature. To increase 0.5ºC to the preestablished freezer temperature, press TEMP. FREEZER until the number 1 appears on the right side of the display. To decrease 0.5ºC to the preestablished fridge temperature press TEMP. FRIDGE until the number 3 appears on the left side of the display. To decrease 1.0ºC to the preestablished freezer temperature press TEMP. FREEZER until the number 4 appears on the right side of the display. To decrease 1.0ºC to the preestablished fridge temperature press TEMP. FRIDGE until the number 4 appears on the left side of the display. To increase 0.5ºC to the preestablished fridge temperature press TEMP. FRIDGE until the number 1 appears on the left side of the display. To decrease 2.0ºC to the preestablished freezer temperature press TEMP. FREEZER until the number 5 appears on the right side of the display. To increase 1ºC to the preestablished freezer temperature press TEMP. FREEZER until the number 2 appears on the right side of the display. To decrease 2.0ºC to the preestablished fridge temperature press TEMP. FRIDGE until the number 5 appears on the left side of the display. To increase 1ºC to the preestablished fridge temperature press TEMP. FRIDGE until the number 2 appears on the left side of the display. After three seconds without pressing any buttons, the fine adjustment is finished. Several freezer and fridge combinations can be freely used, ex: 55, 32, 52, 33, 43, etc. To decrease 0.5ºC to the preestablished freezer temperature press TEMP. FREEZER until the number 3 appears on the right side of the display. 15

16 Fridge Manual Temperature Control (DF80/DF80X) To properly control your refrigerator s temperature, consider the following factors: 1. The quantity of food stored. 2. The environment temperature where the refrigerator is installed. 3. To get maximum, medium and minimum cold, turn the B Button to the right or left until the respective grading is align with the Gray round part A. WARNING In case of not wanting to use the specific functions of your refrigerator s in the daily basis, for example: Party, Shopping, Vacation, Auto Control, etc; you can regulate your refrigerator according to the table below. B A 5. Cleaning and Maintenance Before any maintenance operation, including those described in this manual, disconnect the refrigerator from the main power by removing the plug from the socket. Never clean your fridge with inflammable fluids, such as alcohol, kerosene, thinner, varsol, solvents or any other abrasive chemical products such as detergents, acids or vinegars in order to not damage the polished protection and other parts. After cleaning, replace the accessories supplied with the refrigerator (drawers, shelves, etc) in their proper places inside the refrigerator. In case any food item is spilled inside the refrigerator, clean it immediately. Many of these food items can damage or leave an inconvenient odor on the internal refrigerator surfaces if they stay uncleaned for long. Never use metallic spatulas, brushes, abrasives or alkaline products to clean the plastic surfaces inside your refrigerator. Before cleaning the refrigerator, remember that wet objects can easily stick to extremely cold surfaces. Therefore, do not touch cold surfaces with cloths, sponges or even your wet hands. Internal Part Clean the inside of the refrigerator and the accessories with a warm water solution and sodium bicarbonate (a soup spoon of bicarbonate for each liter of water). Carefully dry it. WARNING The plastic parts cannot be washed with hot water. Cleaning the Deodorizer In case of a bad odor in the freezer compartment and in the refrigerator, act as follows: 1. Set the temperature control of the refrigerator to MAXIMUM for about an hour and return to the former setting. 2. Then, remove the deodorizer fron the upper part of the compartment of the refrigerator and carefully loosen the deodorizer from inside the cover. 16

17 3. Leave it in a clean water container for three hours. 4. Remove and leave the deodorizer at rest to dry for 2 hours and assemble it again. 5. The deodorizer should be changed after its third cleaning. 6. It is recommended the use of a small screwdriver to remove the part supporting the deodorizer. Automatic Ice Maker Ice Maker (DFI80/DI80X) The ice maker has a stick (A) that checks if there is ice formed in the ice storage container. When cleaning the ice maker, this stick, must not be forced at nay direction. The ice maker is placed in the superior left area of the freezer compartment. IMPORTANT Before using the automatic ice maker, it is recommended to clean the water container, according to item Water Container Cleaning. It is also recommended the disposal of the first ice cubes. This will assure the ice trays and other parts in contact with the water before turning to ice, are clean. Dispose at least 30 ice cubes before using it. Water Tubes Replacement (DFI80/DI80X) Your fridge allows the replacement of the water tubes from time to time, in order to maintain the water purity at all times. It is recommended the annual replacement of the tubes. A Lights Replacement To replace a light bulb in your fridge, proceed as follows: A 1. Turn the fridge off, by unplugging the electrical power cord from the wall outlet. 2. Remove the shelves in front of the light lid (luminary). 3. Pull the luminary simultaneously with both hands until it is completely loose (A). 4. Replace the used light bulb A with an equivalent one (same dimensions, tension and maximum Power of 25 W). C 5. Reattach the luminary, first attaching the pins of one of plastic cover ends (B) and B then, push the other end (C) B against the fridge wall, until it is locked in the original position. 6. Attach the electrical power cord to the wall outlet. Water Container Cleaning (only for models DFI80 and DI80X) WARNING Before removing the reservoir from the door, completely empty it. 1. Release the water tube of the water container (1) 2. Remove the fridge door container, lifting and pulling according to the picture (2). 3. Release the lateral locks carefully (3). 4. Remove the main container cover (4). 5. Remove the inside container and remove the refill carefully filter element (5). 6. Clean up all the parts (except the refill) with warm water and mild soap, wash with running water. 7. Do not forget to reattach the rubber seal cover from the main container. 17

18 8. Install the refill (filter element) in the inside container, and make sure it is placed in a way to keep the sealing between the parts and close the inside container. 9. Assemble the inside container in the main container. 10. Attach the main container cover using lateral locks. 11. Read the procedures on how to use the water container (page.12). WARNING Do not wash the refill, given the risk of its own contamination. External part To easily clean the external part of your refrigerator, use a wet cloth in warm water and neutral soap solution, and then carefully dry. The doors of models DF80X and DI80X have special protector polish which avoids finger marks and stains, use a dry flannel or moist in warm water with mild soap and then, dry it carefully. WARNING Given the special polish applied in your product to make cleaning easy, do not use abrasive sponges, steel brushes, not even special products to clean stainless steel, pastes, sapolio and inflammable fluids, such as, alcohol, kerosene, gas, varsol, solvents car wax, polishers and other abrasive chemical products such as chlorine, detergents, acids or vinegars. The use of such products can damage the polish protection and, subsequently, stain and/or risk permanently the surface of your fridge. It is recommended to activate the function LOCKED ELECTRONIC PANEL when performing Control Panel cleaning to avoid activating some functions accidentally. Door Rubber Seal The sealing rubbers of the doors should be carefully cleaned with a wet cloth, with care not to damage them. WARNING The door rubbers are attached and removable. Water Collector and Condenser Cleaning Your fridge has a water collector and a condenser located in the back near the compressor (motor). The collector function is to store water from the automatic defrost, which evaporates through the heat generated in this area. The condenser function is to assist the refrigeration. Cleaning the collector and condenser is recommended every 6 months. WARNING Do not remove the fridge back cover Do not throw water directly inside or outside the refrigerator. Water Drop Collector Cleaning (models DFI80 and DI80X) 1. Remove the drip pan from the refrigerator door. 2. Dry the water whenever necessary. 3. Clean the drip pan and the cover with warm water and neutral soap. 4. Fit the drip pan cover on the refrigerator door. 18

19 How to remove accessories Freezer Shelves: The freezer glass shelves are removable, and can be used according to your need. To remove them, push the safety locks down (A), leave them retracted (B), lift the shelves a little at the same time and pull the set forward (C). A B C Automatic Ice Maker Cover and Ice Storage Container (models DFI80 and DI80X) To remove the cover, first A pull the left side of the part (A), displace it to the left (B) until unlocking the right side pin. To remove the drawer, pull it forward (C) and lift it at the end of its course. B C Door shelves: Slightly lift it to remove it. Water Container (only for models DFI80 and DI80X) 1.Detach the water tube of the container. 2. Slightly lift and pull the reservoir to remove it, according to the side drawing. Drink Express (models DF80 and DF80X) To remove Drink Express press the safety locks down (A) and pull it forward. Hold Drink Express steady in case it is loaded. This lock exists in freezer and fridge use. A Water Container Cover (only for models, DFI80 and DI80X) In order to remove it is required the prior removal of the water container from the fridge door. Removable Glass Shelves: Remove by pulling the shelf until it locks and lift it. Glass shelves can be placed in any position in the fridge, except the glass shelf right above the crisper drawer in models DFI80/DI80X which can only be placed in this position. 19

20 6. Solving Problems Customer Support In case the refrigerator presents any malfunction, check for the possible causes and corrections. Probable Causes/Corrections If the refrigerator fails to work ) If the Fridge is not Cooling (Insufficient Refrigeration) Food frozen in the refrigerator compartment Alarm sounding Leak in the water container (only DFI80 and DI80X). Function indicator messages The ice is not automatically made (models DFI80/DI80X) Control panel buttons are not accepting commands. Touching the buttons sound signal is not emitted. The alarm does not go off. TUR BO FREEZING/ DRINK EXPRESS / GOUR MET EXPRESS Plug is off the socket. Product connected to different tension outlet. Bad contact socket Lack of electrical Power, off switch or burned fuse. Power outage or voltage oscillation. Inadequate setting of the temperature control of the refrigerator compartment. Direct sunlight or other heat sources close to the refrigerator. Hindered air ventilation. Power supply with different tension than the product s. Excessive open door time. Inadequate setting of the temperature control of the refrigerator compartment. Food items to close to air outlets. Food items to wet. Door open Power supply with different tension than the product s. Turbo Freezing / Drink Express / Gourmet Express / Ice Express. Water leaking from the reservoir. Failure of a refrigerator function There is no water in the water compartment. Button Ice Maker deactivated. Ice container is not in position. Control panel locked. Power outage or voltage oscillation. Connect the plug to the socket. Connect the product to the right tension. Correct the defect in the socket. Wait the Power to return, change the fuse or turn on the switch. Remove the plug from the electric outlet for 5 minutes reconnecting it on sequence. Adjust the temperature correctly See Installation Choose Location. Unblock the air outlet of MultiFlow. See Electric Installation (page.3). Open only for the necessary time. Set temperature control properly. Reposition food items. Dry them before keeping. Close both doors. In case you wish more time with open door(s), select function SHO PPING. See Electric Installation (page.3). End of programmed function. Open the doors or press the button flashing Adjust seals and water connections properly. Call the Technical Service. Refill the container with potable water. Activate button Ice maker. Place the container in its original position. Unlock the control panel according to instructions on page 6. With the control panel locked the dispenser will not release water. Remove the plug from the electric outlet for 5 minutes reconnecting it on sequence. 20

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