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Gebrauchsanleitung Weintemperierschrank Operating Instructions Wine Cooler Gebruiksaanwijzing Wijnklimaatkast Mode d emploi Armoire de mise en température des vins Instrucciones de manejo Frigorífico atemperador

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Gebrauchsanleitung Weintemperierschrank Operating Instructions Wine Cooler Gebruiksaanwijzing Wijnklimaatkast Mode d emploi Armoire de mise en température des vins Instrucciones de manejo Frigorífico atemperador de vinos / 500 D Inhalt Seite Aufstellen / Gerätemaße / Anschließen / Gerät ein- und ausschalten / Innenbeleuchtung / Befüllen / Temperatur einstellen Weintemperierung und Weinlagerung / Befeuchtungseinrichtung / Luftaustausch durch Aktivkohlefilter Beschriftungsetiketten / Abtauen / Reinigen Störung / Türanschlag wechseln Sicherheits- und Warnhinweise / Außer Betrieb setzen / Entsorgungshinweis / Allgemeine Hinweise GB Contents Page Setting up / Dimensions / Connecting to the mains / Switching the appliance on and off /Interior light / Loading / Setting the temperature Storing and cooling wine / Humidifier / Air exchange with activated carbon filter Labels / Defrosting / Cleaning Malfunctions / Changing over door hinges Safety instructions and warnings / Shutting your appliance down / Environmental protection and disposal notes / General information NL Inhoud Pagina Opstellen / Afmetingen / Aansluiten / Kast in- en uitschakelen / Binnenverlichting / Vullen / Temperatuur instellen Bewaren en klimatiseren van wijn / Bevochtigingsinrichting / Absorptiekoolfilter Etiketten / Ontdooien / Reinigen Storingen / Draairichting deur veranderen Veiligheidsaanwijzingen en waarschuwingen / Buiten werking stellen / Aanwijzingen ter bescherming van het milieu / Algemene Bepalingen F Sommaire Page Mise en place / Dimensions / Raccordement électrique / Mise en marche et arrêt de l'appareil / Eclairage intérieur / Remplissage / Réglage de la température Conservation des vins et mise en température des vins / Humidificateur / Filtre à charbon actif: renouvellement de l'air assuré Etiquettes d'idetification / Dégivrage / Nettoyage Pannes éventuelles / Inversion du sens d'ouverture de la porte Recommandations et cosignes de sécurité / Arrêt prolongé / Protection de l'environnement / Prescriptions générales E Índice Página Emplazamiento / Medidas del aparato / Conexión eléctrica / Conexión/Desconexión del aparato / Iluminación interior / Llenado / Ajuste de temperatura Almacenamiento y atemperación del vino / Dispositivo de humidificación / Intercambio del aire mediante filtro de carbón activado Etiquetas para anotaciones / Deshielo / Limpieza Anomalías / Cambio de goznes (apertura de puerta) Advertencias generales y concernientes a la seguridad / Desconexión del aparato / Sugerencias para la desestimación de aparatos y materiales / Generalidades Many thanks for your trust. Congratulations on your purchase of this wine cooler. In buying this product, which is distinguished by its perfect user-friendliness, impeccable reliability and high quality, you have chosen a top class appliance. We wish you a lot of pleasure with your new wine cooler and a lot of enjoyment from your wines. 18 The fewer the grapes produced in an area, the better the wine. GB Poor, well-drained soils are best for good wines. The properties of the soil influence the vitality of the vine, which in turn affects the quality of the grape. Climate is another factor that is important for wine. Because light and air humidity are important for the development of the flavour of the wine. The right environment for your wines. A vine is an extremely sensitive plant. From the time it is planted to its maturing period and the time the grapes are harvested and the wine is made, it is dependent on three factors: light, air humidity and ambient temperature. This sensitivity continues even once the wine is bottled. To allow the flavour of the wine to fully develop or to preserve the excellent aroma, the wine has to be stored perfectly and your wine cooler offers the best conditions for this. 19 Setting up The temperature in the place where your wine storage refrigerator is located must be between 10 and 32 C. Avoid locating it in direct sunlight or near heat sources such as an oven or a radiator. Attach the handle to the side of the door as shown in the illustration in Changing over door hinges . By fitting the handle yourself you will help to save on packaging material. The floor should be level and even. You can compensate for an uneven floor by adjusting the SW 22 adjustable feet. The appliance can be placed with its back flush to the wall. Please make sure the appliance is properly ventilated. Dimensions Height: 1589 mm, Width: 602 mm, Depth: 600 mm Connecting to the mains Power supply (AC) and voltage at the operating point must comply with the details on the type plate. The type plate is located on the top left-hand side on the inside of the appliance. The socket must be fused with a 10 A fuse or higher. Please allow the appliance to stand for approximately 1/2 1 hour before you connect it to a properly earthed socket. The socket should be easily accessible and not directly behind the appliance. Switching the appliance on and off You are recommended to clean the appliance before switching it on for the first time (see Cleaning ). The appliance has been tested and is supplied set for normal operation. The appliance will be operational as soon as it is connected to a properly earthed socket. To switch the appliance off: pull out the mains plug or remove/unscrew the fuse. 20 Interior light in appliances with glass door GB The light with the fluorescent tube and integrated starter is located on the roof of the interior of the appliance. To change the tube: disconnect your wine cooler from the mains. Then prise out the cover panel from the lamp housing at the front and remove by pulling downwards. Turn the tube 90 and pull out downwards. Insert a new tube and turn 90. Replace the cover panel by inserting at the back and clicking into place at the front. If the interior light still does not work after you have changed the bulb, please consult your nearest customer service point. Loading The enclosed plan gives you various options for loading your wine cooler. NB: the appliance is fitted with flexible grid shelves which may sag slightly when fully loaded. However this will not affect the safety of your stored wines. Setting the temperature Using a coin, turn the arrow on the temperature control to a setting between 1 and 7 . Setting 1 = lowest cooling setting, highest temperature Setting 7 = highest cooling setting, lowest temperature 21 Cooling wine The wine cooler enables you to bring your wines gradually and evenly to the right temperature for drinking in six different temperature zones. The table on the left indicates the temperature settings in each compartment, which are pre-set in the factory. The appliance is delivered with the grid shelves in the right positions to achieve these temperatures. If you change the setting on the temperature control, the temperature will only change in the bottom four compartments. If the temperature control is set higher (e.g. 1-2), the lower compartments will become warmer. If the temperature control is set lower (5-7), the lower compartments will be cooler. So you can adjust the temperatures in your wine cooler to suit your own requirements. Storing and cooling wine You can use the bottom compartments for storing wines for long periods of time. The following graphs indicate the settings you should use for this and other uses. However wine needs to be kept in the dark when stored for long periods, so you cannot use appliances with a glass door for this purpose. for cooling red wine + 14 C + 18 C for storing wine + 9 C + 12 C for cooling white wine + 5 C + 8 C Temperature control set to 4-5,5 for cooling red wine + 14 C + 18 C for cooling white wine and champagne + 4 C + 11 C Temperature control set to 5,5-7 22 Humidifier (depending on equipment) GB The right humidity is vitally important for the proper storage of wine. Your wine cooler is fitted with a special humidifying device that increases the humidity inside the appliance. Spread out the lava stones provided along the defrost water drain gulley along the bottom of the interior (as illustrated). Make sure the drain pipe in the middle is not blocked. Then fill the gulley with water up to the top edge of the pipe. In normal operation, the lava stones are regularly humidified by the defrost water that accumulates in the appliance. Note that if the humidity in the area in which your appliance is installed is particularly high, the interior of your wine cooler will also be relatively more humid. This may result in bottles misting up when the door is opened or labels peeling off. Air exchange with activated carbon filter The way in which wines continue to mature depends on the ambient conditions. The quality of the air is therefore decisive for preserving the wine. An activated carbon filter has been fitted in the lower area of the rear wall of the appliance to ensure that the air throughput remains at an optimum quality. We recommend that you replace the filter once a year. Filters can be obtained from your dealer. 23 Labels (depending on equipment) The appliance is supplied with a label holder with labels for each shelf. Use these to label the type of wine stored on each shelf. Use a soft pencil on the labels so that you can erase it again when necessary. Additional labels (with holders if required) can be obtained from your dealer. fig. A Installation: Snap the label holder into position (fig. A) and insert the label from the top. Fitting onto wooden shelves: Insert the labels from above as illustrated in fig. B. fig. B Defrosting The appliance defrosts automatically. The water that forms on the rear wall drains into a reservoir at the back of the appliance and evaporates automatically through the compressor heat. Make sure that the defrost water can flow freely through the drain opening (see Cleaning ). After lengthy periods of operation at the coldest thermostat setting, a layer of frost or ice may form on the on the evaporator. In this case, the appliance should be defrosted regulary. Set the temperature control to . After defrosting, clean the appliance and reset the temperature control to the desired operation temperature. 24 Cleaning GB Before cleaning always switch off the appliance. Pull out the mains plug or remove/unscrew the fuse. Clean the inside, equipment parts and outer walls with lukewarm water and a little detergent. Do not use steam cleaners because of the risk of injury and damage. Never use abrasive or acidic cleaning agents or chemical solvents. We recommend the use of an all-purpose cleaner with neutral ph. Ensure that no cleaning water penetrates into the electrical compo nents. Dry all parts well with a cloth. Clean the drain hole in the refrigerator compartment with a thin object, e.g. cotton swab or the like. Do not remove the type plate from the inside of the appliance; it is im- 25 Malfunctions Your appliance is designed and manufactured for a lengthy, reliable operating life with no malfunctions. If a malfunction nonetheless occurs during operation, check whether it is due to an operating error. Please note that even during the warranty period the resultant servicing costs in this case will have to be borne by the owner. You may be able to rectify the following faults by checking the possible causes yourself: Appliance does not function: - Check that the appliance is properly connected to the mains. - Is the socket fuse intact? Loud running noise: - Check that the appliance is standing firmly on the ground or - whether the operational compressor is causing adjacent items of furniture or objects to vibrate. Make sure the appliance is level and that no components at the back can come into contact with the wall behind: carefully bend back any components that are touching the wall. Please note that it is impossible to avoid flowing noises in the refrigeration circuit. The temperature inside your wine cooler is too warm: Check the setting in accordance with the section Cooling wine . - Does the separately installed thermometer show the correct reading? - Is the air extraction working properly? - Is the wine storage refrigerator too close to a heat source? Please note that, as can happen with other forms of storage, slight mould may form depending on the type of adhesive on the labels. This can be rectified by carefully cleaning any adhesive residues off the bottles. If none of the above causes apply and you cannot rectify the fault yourself, contact the nearest customer service department stating the type of appliance, index and service number as indicated on the type plate. The type plate is located on the left-hand inside wall. 26 Changing over door hinges GB Close the door and unscrew the hinge bracket (support the door if necessary). Pull the door out at the bottom and lift off. Unscrew the hinge pin from the hinge bracket and screw into the adjacent retaining hole. Unscrew hinge pin and screw in on opposite side. Attach the closure and plugs on the opposite side. Rotate door by 180. Screw the handle onto the door using the holes provided. Lift off the cover and seal the exposed retaining holes on the other side with it. Mount door on hinge pin and close. Insert hinge bracket in lower door mounting and screw onto plinth. If the door is not flush with the body of the appliance, adjust it using the slots on the hinge bracket (ensuring that all screws are securely fastened). Glass door appliances The door hinges on glass doors are changed in the same way as on normal doors. Please note that the glass door is very heavy. Make sure it is supported before you unscrew the hinge bracket. However before the door is turned round, the lock must be repositioned in the door frame. Lift off the cover panel. Remove the metal clamp and lift the lock out to the front. Rotate door by 180. Lift off the cover cap and close the hole on the other side with it. Refit the lock in the door frame in the 27 Safety instructions and warnings To prevent injury or damage to the unit, the appliance should be unpacked and set up by two people. In the event that the appliance is damaged on delivery, contact the supplier immediately before connecting to the mains. To guarantee safe operation, ensure that the appliance is set up and connected as described in these operating instructions. Disconnect the appliance from the mains if any fault occurs. Pull out the plug, switch off or remove the fuse. When disconnecting the appliance, pull on the plug, not on the cable. Any repairs and work on the appliance should only be carried out by the customer service department, as unauthorised work could prove highly dangerous for the user. Do not stand on the plinth, drawers or doors or use them to support anything else. Do not let children play with the appliance, e.g. do not allow them to sit in the drawers or swing on the doors. If you have a lockable appliance, do not keep the key near the appliance or within reach of children. Shutting your appliance down If your appliance is to be shut down for any length of time, switch it off and disconnect the plug or remove the fuse. Clean the appliance and leave the door open in order to prevent unpleasant smells. 28 Environmental protection and disposal notes GB The packaging is designed to protect the appliance and individual components during transport and is made of recyclable materials. corrugated cardboard/cardboard (predominantly recycled paper) moulded polystyrene (foamed, CFC-free polystyrene) polyethylene bags and sheets polypropylene straps Please return the packaging material to the nearest official collection point so that the various materials can be recycled or reused as far as possible and so as to avoid throwing them away. Old appliances still contain reusable materials and should not be disposed of with household or bulk refuse. Disable discarded appliances immediately by removing the plug and cutting through the connection cable. Remove the spring-action or bolt catch from the appliance or render it unusable so that children cannot become trapped inside and suffocate. Ensure that the refrigerant circuit and in particular the heat exchanger on the rear of the appliance is not damaged before the appliance that is no longer needed is taken away for disposal. In this way the refrigerant will not escape into the environment. Information concerning the refrigerant and insulating materials used can be found on the type plate. Information on collection dates or collection points can be obtained from the waste disposal authorities or local council. General information The refrigerant circuit has been tested for leaks. The appliance is radio-suppressed to EN and thus complies with EC Directive 87/308/EEC. All types and models are subject to continuous improvement and the manufacturer therefore reserves the right to make modifications to the shape, equipment and technology. 29 Storage diagram for 750 ml Bordeaux bottles Total: 153 bottles on metal grid shelves. 30 GB 31
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