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1 REFRIGERATOR REFRIGERADOR /380 Full

2 ENGLISH Page 1 ESPAÑOL Página 17

3 Contents SAFETY WARNINGS WHERE DO I START? Installing 3 USING THE REFRIGERATOR How to Operate the Temperature Control 6 Storing Food and Beverages 6 REFRIGERATOR COMPONENTS Freezer 7 Extra Cold Compartment 7 Cold Cuts Drawer 7 Multiple Use Shelf 7 Wire Shelves 8 Vegetables Drawer 8 Door Water System (340/380 Full) 8 2 Congratulations You have just acquired a product which features both safety and quality. This product line represents a true innovation in terms of design and concept. We prepared this manual for your wellbeing and of your family. It contains simple, objective instructions for you to take maximum advantage of your refrigerator, offering comfort, safety, and power economy, just as you deserve MAINTENANCE AND CARE Dry Defrosting 10 Manual Defrosting 11 Cleaning 11 When You are Away 13 Light Bulb 13 TROUBLESHOOTING MINOR PROBLEMS 14 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS 16 Start here If you want to take maximum advantage of the technology incorporated by this refrigerator, read the entire manual. ENGLISH 1

4 1 Safety Warnings REFRIGERATOR SAFETY This is the safety alert symbol. This symbol alerts you to potential hazards that can kill you or hurt you if you don t follow safety instructions. All safety messages will tell you what the potential hazard is, tell you how to reduce the chance of injury, and tell you what can happen if the instructions are not followed. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury when using your refrigerator, follow these basic precautions: Do not remove the ground wire. Connect the ground wire to an effective ground. Do not use an adapter. Do not use an extension cord. Disconnect power before servicing or cleaning the product. After cleaning or servicing, replace all components before turning the product on. Use non-flammable cleaning products. Keep flammable materials such as gasoline away from the refrigerator. Use two or more people to move and install the refrigerator. KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS IN MIND ENGLISH Proper Disposal of Your Old Refrigerator Suffocation Hazard Remove doors from your old refrigerator. Failure to do so can result in death or severe injuries. Junked or abandoned refrigerators are still dangerous especially for children as they may get stuck inside the product, running the risk of suffocation. Before you throw away your old refrigerator: Take off the doors. Leave the shelves in place so that children may not easily climb inside. 2

5 2 Where do I start? INSTALLING Excessive Weight Hazard Use two or more people to move and install the refrigerator. Failure to do so can result in back or other injury. Before turning on: Remove base from packaging. Remove wedges and tapes from the internal components. Clean your product inside with a soft cloth or sponge, lukewarm water and mild soap. Do not use sharp objects, alcohol, flammable products or abrasive cleaners. They can damage the painting of your refrigerator and/or refrigerant circuit. Do not place nor use electrical apparatuses within the product. Check if the voltage supplied is the same as that on the tag attached near the plug. The refrigerator shall be connected to a good wall outlet. Important: VOLTA G E Never connect your refrigerator to double or triple extension cords together with another appliance in the same wall outlet. Do not use an extension cord. That may overload power supply, impairing the operation of your refrigerator, and resulting in fire accidents. Use an exclusive wall outlet only. In case of voltage oscillation, install an automatic voltage stabilizer with power output of at least 1000W between the refrigerator and the wall outlet. If the power supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by one of the same type or by a special set provided by the manufacturer or its authorized technical service. Electrical Shock Hazard Connect the ground wire to an effective ground. Do not remove ground wire. Do not use an adapter. Do not use an extension cord. Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, fire or electrical shock. Power supply of your residence: The electric wires of your residence shall be of copper and have minimum sections of 2.5mm 2. Ground wire (grounding): For your safety, properly connect the refrigerator ground wire (green wire behind the product). Improper connection of the ground ENGLISH 3

6 wire may result in electrical shock or other injuries. If the installation site is not provided with grounding, check with a reliable electrician to provide it. By doing so you will ensure the good performance of the product. You will also prevent your refrigerator components from touching walls, other products or furniture avoiding unpleasant noise. Leveling feet: Explosion Hazard Keep flammable materials such as gasoline away from refrigerator. Failure to do so can result in death, explosion, or fire. Place the refrigerator in its final position. Turn the leveling feet located in the front of the product so that they touch the floor, leveling the product. Important: ENGLISH 4 Location: The refrigerator shall neither be installed near heat sources (stove, heater etc.) nor in a location where it is exposed to direct sunlight. Installation in an inadequate location impairs the operation of the refrigerator and increases power consumption. How to build in: Consider the following minimum distances to assure good air circulation: 10 cm at the sides. 10 cm at the back. 15 cm at the top. 10cm 15cm 10cm To facilitate the closing of doors, turn the leveling feet a little further, slightly tilting the product backwards. Fire Hazard Never place lit candles or similar products (oil lamp) on top of the refrigerator. Failure to follow this instruction can result in life or fire risk. Door reversal: Your refrigerator leaves factory opening to the right. In case you wish the doors to open to the left, call a service agent or your dealer to avoid the risk of accidents. Door reversal is not covered by the warranty. This service will be charged.

7 GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS Freezer Interior Temperature Control 2- Control Panel 3- Freezer Door 4- Extra Cold Compartment 5- Additional Temperature Control (340/380 Full) 6- Cold Cuts Drawer 7- Light Bulb 8- Removable, Adjustable, Tilting Wire Shelves 9- Vegetables Drawer Cover 10- Vegetables Drawer 11- Stabilizing Feet Protection 12- Stabilizing Feet 13- Dairy Products Covers Left/Right (removable) 14- Dairy Products Shelf (removable) 15- Water Reservoir (340/380 Full) 16- Multiple Use Shelf (removable) 17- Egg Shelf (removable) 18- Multipurpose Shelf (removable) 19- Bottle Separator 20- Big Shelf (removable) 21- Ice Indicator Pin 22- Freezer 23- Ice Cube Tray 24- Door Water System Models 340/380 Full Model ENGLISH 5

8 3 Using the Refrigerator ENGLISH 6 HOW TO OPERATE THE TEMPERATURE CONTROL The temperature dial can be set to better preserve food to the extent you use the product. The inside temperature is set by turning the control dial to the position desired. Temperature Minimum Medium Maximum Defrost Key Conditions of use Cold days Not much food stored Occasional opening of door Intermediate condition Hot days A lot of food stored Frequent opening of door Avoid setting the temperature of your refrigerator to Minimum in hot days, with a lot of food stored and when the doors are frequently opened. That will cause insufficient cooling, food may lose quality and there may be internal sweat. For cold days, with few food stored and not much opening of the doors, avoid setting the temperature to Maximum. That may cause excessive cooling of the food and waste of electric power. Set the temperature control according to the real need. In winter or when not much used, the temperature control position can be decreased. Additional temperature control (340/380 Full): This control has been created to be used in areas of the country where temperatures get excessively low to avoid freezing of the foods stored on shelves. Cold Days setting: Select this option if the temperature control is set to minimum and foods are almost frozen. Normal Condition setting: Generally use this option. Cold Days Normal Condition STORING FOOD AND BEVERAGES Food shall be stored in adequate packages like plastic bags or containers with hermetic lids. This procedure avoids the removal of natural humidity from the food, preserving quality. Do not place hot foods inside the refrigerator. Allow them to cool down to room temperature. That helps saving power consumption, and assures the good operation of the product. Try to leave the doors open only as long as it takes to place and remove food and beverages. You will, thus, reduce power consumption and improve the performance of your refrigerator.

9 Important: It is recommended to operate the refrigerator for at least 2 hours before storing food or beverages in it. That time is necessary for temperature to stabilize inside the product. Once defrosted, foods should not be refrozen as they might lose their natural characteristics. Liquids increase in volume when frozen. Take care when storing bottles or other closed containers in the freezer and extra cold compartment for a long time. Those containers may brake. Do not store toxic products in your refrigerator as they may contaminate foods. 4 Refrigerator Components FREEZER COLD CUTS DRAWER Your refrigerator has a freezer to store frozen food. The temperature inside the freezer is - 6 C. When storing food in the freezer, follow the instructions of food manufacturers. EXTRA COLD COMPARTMENT This compartment operates at a colder temperature in the refrigerator, allowing for the storage of frozen foods, and providing more room in the freezer. Also recommended to faster cool beverages. If necessary to remove it, first remove any content stored in the compartment. After that, fully open the compartment drawer pulling it to the front to the stop. Lift the front part holding it with both hands and carefully pull it frontwards. To better organize foods, your refrigerator is provided with a drawer to store small amounts of daily use foods such as: sausages, cooled pasta, cold cuts, dairy products and meat (not frozen for 1 to 2 days.) Model 340 To remove the cold cuts drawer, pull it to the front to the stop. Lift the front part holding it with both hands and carefully pull it frontwards. MULTIPLE USE SHELF The multiple use shelf also allows the storing of cans (350ml) in the position indicated. Models 340/ 380 Full ENGLISH 7

10 WIRE SHELVES Your refrigerator is provided with adjustable and removable wire shelves to facilitate cleaning. Your refrigerator uses a natural cold air circulation system. To assure good performance of your product, and to reduce power consumption, we recommend not to cover shelves with towels or plastic. VEGETABLES DRAWER Foods such as fruits and vegetables dehydrate when stored in direct contact with cold and dry air. The vegetables drawer keeps the temperature and humidity adequate for storage of fruits and vegetables, preserving their natural characteristics. To clean the vegetables drawer, observe that it has to be removed before the cover. However, when replacing the drawer first replace the cover and then the drawer. DOOR WATER SYSTEM (340/380 Full) Feeding the reservoir: Turn the bocal and use a jug to feed the reservoir with water. When feeding is complete, close the bocal turning it to the original position (closed). Turn the cap in the direction of the arrow to feed reservoir Reservoir To be used exclusively with water. Any other liquid may impair the performance of the product. Helping yourself with water: Press a container or a glass against the starter. Press the starter until you get the desired amount of water. For your safety, the system is provided with a lock that prevents the starter from working, avoiding the release of water. To lock the starter, just push the lock located behind it. To unlock it, put it back to the original position. Lock Water collector Starter Your refrigerator is provided with a system that allows you to get cold water without opening the door, avoiding excessive openings and reducing power consumption. Water reservoir: ENGLISH The water storage capacity of the reservoir, located in the internal part of the door, is 3 liters. 8

11 The water collector retains occasional drops that may drop while you are helping yourself with water. Use a dry cloth to clean and dry it. Cleaning the reservoir: It is recommended to clean the reservoir every 15 days as described below: Remove the dairy products shelf. Remove the reservoir from the refrigerator by turning it as shown in the picture and then pull it toward you. Unscrew the valve in the direction of the arrow shown in the picture and clean it carefully. To remove the bocal from the reservoir cover, press the locks located at the lower part of the cover. Use a sponge or soft cloth soaked in water and mild detergent or soap, rinse well and dry with a clean, dry cloth. Important: Before replacing the reservoir, check whether: The thread reached the limited shown. The sealing gasket is properly fit as shown the picture. Replacing the reservoir: Place the reservoir valve horizontally onto de door hole, as shown in the picture. Fit the reservoir on the door side hooks, as shown in the picture. Make sure the reservoir is well fit, checking for gaps between the sealing gasket and the door, as shown in the picture. ENGLISH 9

12 5 Maintenance and Care DRY DEFROSTING The excess of ice in the freezer impairs the performance of the product. Periodic defrosting is thus necessary. The formation of ice may be bigger or smaller depending on air humidity and on the frequency the door of your refrigerator is opened. Defrost the freezer before the ice thickness surpasses the height of the ice indicator pin located at the upper part of the freezer, as shown in the picture. If the ice thickness surpasses the height of the pin, the defrosting time increases and it may not defrost completely. In that case, it is recommended to do the Manual Defrosting (pg. 11). Ice Thickness { Ice Indicator Pin Dry Defrosting Manual Defrosting That water will be slowly and naturally evaporated; it is not necessary to remove the defrosting tray. When the dry defrosting operation is finished, your refrigerator will automatically turn on, and the dial will return to the original position. Only then, reload the freezer. For your convenience, defrost your product at night as it will not be used. After defrosting, it is normal that some drops of water freeze in the freezer compartment and in the extra refrigeration compartment. That will not impair the performance of the product. Important: In case the refrigerator is dirty with food or liquids, carry out the Manual Defrosting (pg. 11) to avoid the formation of unpleasant smell. Always keep frozen foods well packed. ENGLISH 10 Before starting to defrost, transfer all foods from the freezer, from the extra cold compartment and from the cold cuts drawer to the refrigerator shelves. Press the Defrost key located at the temperature dial, as shown in the picture. Keep the refrigerator door closed. The water resulting from the defrosting operation will flow through the extra cold compartment to the defrosting tray located behind the refrigerator. Defrosting tray: It is normal for water to accumulate in this container. The water coming from the dry defrosting operation will be slowly and naturally evaporated. If necessary to move your refrigerator, move it carefully so that the water on the tray does not overflow. This part shall only be removed for occasional cleaning. Pg. 12

13 MANUAL DEFROSTING When the ice covers the ice indicator pin or when there are food traces in the freezer, do as follows: Transfer the foods from the freezer, from the extra cold compartment and from the cold cuts drawer to the refrigerator shelves. Turn the temperature dial to Off. Remove the extra cold compartment, and notice that there is a plug in one of the holes of the part. Place that plug into the hole beside it and replace the extra cold compartment into the refrigerator. The defrost water will flow through a drain located in the extra cold compartment to the cold cuts drawer. When defrosting is complete, replace the drain plug to the original position in the extra cold compartment. Get rid of the water in the cold cuts drawer. Dry the freezer and extra cold compartment with a cloth. Important: When manual defrosting is finished, replace the drain plug to the original position, enabling the product for the Dry Defrosting operation. Never use sharp, cutting objects to remove the ice as that may damage the product. Do not start the defrosting key inadvertently as it will only return to its original position once the defrosting operation is over. CLEANING Explosion Hazard Use nonflammable cleaner. Failure to do so can result in death, explosion, or fire. Replace the cold cuts drawer and turn the product on. It is necessary to set the temperature dial to the setting desired when defrosting is finished. Electrical Shock Hazard Disconnect power before servicing. Replace all components before turning on the product. Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock. ENGLISH 11

14 Keeping your refrigerator clean avoids food contamination by odors. Note: This tray shall be removed for cleaning purposes only. Before cleaning the product, unplug it. Perishable foods have to be conditioned inside thermal containers. Always keep the defrost water collector, behind the cold cuts drawer, clean and free from residue to avoid water overflow. Use a soft cloth or sponge soaked in water with mild detergent/soap. Rinse well and dry with a clean, dry cloth. To remove the vegetables, cold cuts and extra cold drawer refer to the procedures on pg. 7. To clean the outside back part of the product, use a vacuum cleaner of duster only. Removal of the ice tray: Remove the tray lifting it vertically until it releases from the clamps. After that pull it, shown in the picture. To assure the flow of the defrosting water, always keep the valve located at the rear of the product clean. Remove the defrosting tray and the valve for cleaning. 1st movement Cleaning of ice tray: 2nd movement We recommend ice trays to be cleaned every 3 months or whenever necessary. Important: To clean the defrost tray, make sure the Dry Defrosting function is not being used. To do that: Remove the ice tray. Brush the tray under running water to eliminate solid residue build up. After that, put the tray in a washtub or bucket full of water (cover it) and add 50 ml of sanitary water for each 10 liters of water. Keep it away from kids and pets. Keep the tray soaked for one hour. Handle the water carefully avoiding contact with the solution, e.g. wear gloves. ENGLISH 12 Note: When replacing the tray, make sure it fits well. After cleaning, connect the plug to the wall outlet.

15 Allow the refrigerator to operate for two hours with the door closed and the temperature dial set to Maximum. LIGHT BULB After two hours, set the temperature control to the setting desired, as in item Temperature Control (pg. 4). Important: Never use toxic (ammonia, alcohol, removers, etc.), abrasive products (scouring cleansers, powders etc.), scouring pads or brushes when cleaning your refrigerator. They may damage your refrigerator and leave an unpleasant smell. Do not let those products get in touch with your refrigerator as they may damage it. WHEN YOU ARE AWAY When you are away for a long time do the manual defrosting (pg. 11), unplug the product and empty the refrigerator. Remove the water from the ice trays and defrosting tray to avoid bad smell. When you are away for a short time, you may leave your refrigerator on. Remember, however, that there may be a power supply failure for a long time and that defrosting of food may cause its degradation. Electrical Shock Hazard Disconnect power before servicing. Replace all components before turning on the product. Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock. In case the light bulb fails to work, replace it according to the following steps: Unplug the product. Remove the light bulb protector releasing the lock and depressing it according to the figure. Unscrew the light bulb and substitute it by a new one of the same characteristics, 15 Watts, that you will find at an authorized service shop. Important: Light bulbs with power higher than 15 Watts may damage your refrigerator. Replace the protection. Plug the product in. The substitution of the light bulb is not covered by the warranty. This service will be charged. ENGLISH 13

16 6 Troubleshooting Minor Problems Before calling your service shop or dealer, try the solutions in the following table. PROBLEM PROBABLE CAUSE SOLUTION Refrigerator fails to go on Temperature control set to OFF. No electricity supplied. MORE INFORMATION ON PAGE Set temperature control to the position desired. 6 Check the fuse and circuit breaker. Also check whether product is plugged in. Weird noises Voltage excessively low/high (check oscillation of lamps). Defective wall outlet. Product unplugged. Power supply cord damaged. Product installed in an inadequate place. Inadequate leveling. Pipes at the rear touching the wall. Install an automatic voltage stabilizer (min 1000 Watts). 3 Check the wall outlet by plugging in another appliance. Replace if necessary. Plug it in. Call the assistance shop or your dealer. 3 See item Where do I start? (Installing). 4 Level leveling feet. 4 Remove the product from the wall. 4 Insufficient refrigeration Air circulation is being impaired. Excessive opening of doors. Temperature dial in wrong position. Additional refrigeration control set to Cold Days. (340/380 Full) Redistribute food. Do not leave too much food on shelves. Do not cover shelves with towels. 6 Tell people to open the doors only when necessary. 6 Adjust it as per Using the Refrigerator (How to Operate the Temperature Dial). 6 Reset the additional refrigeration control to Normal Condition. 6 Outside sweat Inside sweat High air humidity (normal in certain climates and seasons) Poor sealing of magnetic gasket that surrounds the door. Excessive opening of doors. Unpacked food and/or open containers with liquids (excessive humidity). Install your refrigerator in a ventilated place. 4 Level leveling feet so as to keep the refrigerator slightly tilted backwards. 4 Tell people to open doors only when necessary. 6 Pack food and/or close containers with liquids. 6 ENGLISH Poor sealing of magnetic gasket that surrounds the door. Level leveling feet so as to keep the refrigerator slightly tilted backwards. 4 14

17 PROBLEM PROBABLE CAUSE SOLUTION Inside sweat Storage of hot food in the refrigerator. MORE INFORMATION ON PAGE Allow food to cool down before storing in the refrigerator. 6 Light bulb fails to go on Internal overflow of water External overflow of water Bad external smell Door not properly closed. Burnt out bulb. Water collector clogged. Manual Defrosting plug in the wrong position. Defrosting carried out with excessive ice in the freezer. Defrosting tray not properly placed on the compressor or loose. Accumulated dirt or traces of food on the defrosting tray. Check whether an object is impairing proper closing of the door. Reorganize food if necessary. Substitute the bulb. See item Maintenance and Care (Light Bulb). 13 Clean the water collector. 12 Place the Manual Defrosting plug so that it directs the water to the collector. 11 Avoid thickness to surpass the ice indicator pin height. 10 If the ice covers the pin, do the Manual Defrosting. Place the plug in the other position to direct the water to the cold cuts drawer. 11 Properly place the tray. 12 Observe the minimum distance of the product to the wall (refer to How to Build In ). 4 Properly clean the defrosting tray ( Cleaning of Ice Tray ). 12 NORMAL NOISES Some noises are considered normal to the operation of the refrigerator. Find below a table with such noises. Cracks Cracks are due to displacement of ice. It is the same noise of ice trays being exposed to room temperature. Compressor noise This noise is characteristic of the motor. It means that the compressor is operating. Gas expansion noise Defrosting noise This noise is characteristic of gas expansion in the refrigeration system. It is a noise similar to the one generated when we inflate a gas balloon. This noise is characteristic of water flowing. It happens when the product is defrosting. ENGLISH 15

18 7 Technical Characteristics Model Full 380 Full Dimensions without package (mm) (mm) (mm) Height (with leveling screw) Width Width with door open at Depth Depth with door open at Maximum weight on components (kg) (kg) (kg) Vegetables drawer cover 24,0 24,0 24,0 Wire shelf (each) 24,0 24,0 24,0 Extra cold compartment 10,0 10,0 10,0 Cold cuts drawer 3,0 9,0 9,0 Vegetables drawer 12,0 12,0 12,0 Freezer 18,0 18,0 18,0 Dairy products shelf 2,0 2,0 2,0 Multiple Shelf 5,0 5,0 5,0 Egg tray shelf 2,0 0,5 0,5 Multipurpose shelf 5,0 5,0 5,0 Big shelf 5,0 5,0 5,0 Weight without package (kg) 52,0 53,0 57,0 ENGLISH The manufacturer reserves the right to alter the general, technical and aesthetic characteristics of their products without prior notice. 16

19 Contenido AVISO DE SEGURIDAD 18 POR DÓNDE EMPIEZO? Instalando 19 USANDO EL REFRIGERADOR Cómo Operar el Control de Temperatura 22 Almacenando Bebidas y Alimentos 22 COMPONENTES DEL REFRIGERADOR Congelador 23 Compartimiento Extra Frío 23 Cajón de Embutidos 23 Estante Multipropósito 23 Estantes Rejilla 24 Cajón de Legumbres 24 Sistema de Agua en la Puerta (340/380 Full) 24 Felicitaciones Ud. acaba de adquirir un producto que ofrece tanto seguridad como calidad. Esta línea de productos representa una verdadera innovación en términos de diseño y concepto. Hemos preparado este manual para su bienestar y el de su familia. Este contiene instrucciones simples y objetivas para que Ud. obtenga el máximo provecho de su refrigerador, el cual le ofrece confort, seguridad, y ahorro de energía, como Ud. se merece MANTENIMIENTO Y CUIDADOS Descongelamiento Seco 26 Descongelamiento Manual 27 Limpieza 27 Viajes y Ausencias 29 Lámpara 29 SOLUCIONES DE PEQUEÑOS PROBLEMAS 30 CARACTERÍSTICAS TÉCNICAS 32 Empiece por aquí Si Usted desea obtener el máximo rendimiento de la tecnología incorporada en este refrigerador, lea todo el manual. ESPAÑOL 17

20 1 Avisos de Seguridad SEGURIDAD DEL REFRIGERADOR Este es el símbolo de alerta de seguridad. Este símbolo le alerta de los riesgos potenciales que pueden resultar en muerte o lastimarlo en el caso de que no siga las instrucciones de seguridad. Todos los mensajes de seguridad mencionan cuál es el riesgo en potencial, cómo reducir la probabilidad de lastimarse y lo que puede suceder si las instrucciones no son seguidas. INSTRUCCIONES IMPORTANTES DE SEGURIDAD ADVERTENCIA: Para reducir el riesgo de incendio, conmoción eléctrica o lesiones cuando use su refrigerador, siga estas precauciones básicas: No remueva el cable tierra. Conecte el cable tierra a un tierra efectivo. No use adaptadores. No use cordones de extensión. Desenchufe el producto antes de limpiarlo o repararlo. Después de la limpieza o reparación, reponga todos los componentes antes de conectar el producto. Use productos de limpieza no inflamables. Mantenga productos inflamables, tales como gasolina, lejos de su refrigerador. Use dos o más personas para mover e instalar el refrigerador. TENGA ESTAS INSTRUCCIONES EN MENTE ESPAÑOL Eliminación Apropiada de su Refrigerador Antiguo Riesgo de Sofocación Remueva las puertas de su refrigerador antiguo. El incumplimiento de esta instrucción puede resultar en muerte o lesiones graves. Refrigeradores viejos o abandonados todavía son peligrosos especialmente para los niños pues ellos pueden atrancarse dentro del producto, corriendo el riesgo de sofocación. Antes de deshacerse de su refrigerador antiguo: Retire la(s) puerta(s). Deje los estantes en su lugar apropiado para que los niños no puedan entrar. 18

21 2 Por Dónde Empiezo? INSTALANDO Riesgo de Peso Excesivo Use dos o más personas para mover e instalar el refrigerador. El incumplimiento de esta instrucción puede resultar en lesiones en la espalda u otras. Antes de conectar: Retire la base del embalaje. Retire cuñas y cintas de los componentes internos. Limpie el interior de su refrigerador con un paño o esponja suave, agua tibia y jabón suave. No utilice objetos puntiagudos, alcohol, productos inflamables o productos de limpieza abrasivos. Ellos pueden dañar la pintura de su refrigerador y/o circuito refrigerante. No colocar ni utilizar aparatos eléctricos dentro del producto. Riesgo de Conmoción Eléctrica Conecte el cable tierra a un tierra efectivo. No remueva el cable tierra. No use un adaptador. No use un cordón de extensión. El incumplimiento de estas instrucciones puede resultar en muerte, incendio o conmoción eléctrica. Cheque si la tensión de la red eléctrica del lugar de instalación es la misma de la indicada en la etiqueta fijada próxima al enchufe. El refrigerador debe ser conectado a un tomacorriente en buen estado. Importante: VOLTA J E Nunca conecte su refrigerador a cordones de extensión dobles o triples junto con otro electrodoméstico en el mismo tomacorriente. No use un cordón de extensión. Esto puede sobrecargar el suministro de energía eléctrica, perjudicando el funcionamiento de su refrigerador, y resultando en accidentes con fuego. Use solamente un tomacorriente exclusivo. En el caso de oscilación en la tensión de la red eléctrica, instale un estabilizador automático de tensión con potencia mínima de 1000W entre el refrigerador y el tomacorriente. Si el cable de alimentación estuviera dañado, el mismo debe ser reemplazado por un cable de alimentación o un conjunto especial provisto por el fabricante o su servicio técnico autorizado. Suministro de energía eléctrica de su residencia: Los cables de la red eléctrica de su residencia deben ser de cobre y tener secciones mínimas de 2,5 mm 2. ESPAÑOL 19

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