Manual de usuario Bosch KDN59AW35N Fridge-Freezer

Manual de usuario para el dispositivo Bosch KDN59AW35N Fridge-Freezer

Manual de usuario Bosch KDN59AW35N Fridge-Freezer

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en Table of ContentsSafety and warning information ........... 4Information concerning disposal ......... 6Scope of delivery ................................... 7Ambient temperature and ventilation . 7Connecting the appliance .................... 8Getting to know your appliance .......... 9Switching the appliance on ................ 10Setting the temperature ...................... 10Energy saving mode ........................... 11Alarm function ...................................... 11Usable ca

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enenTable of ContentsenI struction for UseSafety and warninginformationBefore you switch ON theappliancePlease read the operating andinstallation instructions carefully!They contain importantinformation on how to install,use and maintain the appliance.The manufacturer is not liable ifyou fail to comply with theinstructions and warnings.Retain all documents forsubsequent use or for the nextowner.Technical safetyThe appliance contains a smallquantity of environmentallyfriendly but flammablerefrige

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enImportant information whenusing the appliance■■■■■■■Never use electricalappliances inside theappliance (e.g. heater, electricice maker, etc.). Explosionhazard!Never defrost or clean theappliance with a steamcleaner! The steam maypenetrate electrical parts andcause a short-circuit. Riskof electric shock!Do not use pointed or sharpedged implements to removefrost or layers of ice. Youcould damage the refrigeranttubes. Leaking refrigerant maycause eye injuries or ignite.Do not store

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en■■■Do not store bottled orcanned drinks (especiallycarbonated drinks) in thefreezer compartment. Bottlesand cans may burst!Never put frozen food straightfrom the freezer compartmentinto your mouth.Risk of low-temperature burns!Avoid prolonged touching offrozen food, ice or theevaporator pipes, etc.Risk of low-temperature burns!Children in the household■■■Keep children away frompackaging and its parts.Danger of suffocation fromfolding cartons and plasticfilm!Do not allow children to

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en* Disposal of your oldapplianceOld appliances are not worthlessrubbish! Valuable raw materials can bereclaimed by recycling old appliances. This appliance is labelled inaccordance with EuropeanDirective 2012/19/EU concerningused electrical and electronicappliances (waste electrical andelectronic equipment - WEEE).The guideline determines theframework for the return andrecycling of used appliances asapplicable throughout the EU.m WarningRedundant appliances1. Pull out the mains plug.2. Cut off

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enNoteThe appliance is fully functional withinthe room temperature limitsof the indicated climatic class. Ifan appliance of climatic class SNis operated at colder room temperatures,the appliance will not be damaged up toa temperature of +5 °C.VentilationFig. #The air on the rear panel and on the sidepanels of the appliance heats up.Conduction of the heated air mustnot be obstructed. Otherwise,the refrigerating unit must work harder.This increases power consumption.Therefore: Never cover or bloc

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enGetting to know yourappliance293031Door shelfBottle holderShelf for large bottlesABFreezer compartmentRefrigerator compartmentControlsFig. "1Please fold out the illustrated last page.These operating instructions referto several models.The features of the models may vary.The diagrams may differ.Fig. !* Not all models.1-10 Controls11Light switch for freezercompartment12On/Off button13Fast freezer compartment14Light (LED)15Light switch for refrigeratorcompartment16Extendable glass shelf17Air outl

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en910Temperature selection buttonsrefrigerator compartmentThese buttons setthe temperature in the refrigeratorcompartment.“Super” button refrigeratorcompartmentSwitches super cooling on andoff.Operating tips■■■Switchingthe appliance onFig. "Switch on the appliance with the On/Offbutton !/12.A warning signal sounds.The temperature display 1 flashesand the alarm display 5 is lit.Press the “alarm” button 5. The warningsignal switches off and the temperaturedisplay 1 stops flashing.Dis

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enFreezer compartmentTemperature alarmThe temperature can be set from -16 °Cto -24 °C.Keep pressing temperature settingbutton 7 until the required freezercompartment temperature is set.The value last selected is saved. The settemperature is indicated on temperaturedisplay 1.The temperature alarm switches onif the freezer compartment is too warmand the frozen food is at risk of thawing.The temperature display 1 flashesand the alarm button 5 is lit.When the alarm button 5 is pressed,the temperat

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enFully utilising the freezervolumeThe maximum amount of food can beplaced in the freezer by removingthe following fittings.Removing the fittings■■The door shelf can be taken out.Fig. $If appliances feature an ice maker,the latter can be taken out. Fig. %RefrigeratorcompartmentThe refrigerator compartment is the idealstorage location for ready meals, cakesand pastries, preserved food, condensedmilk, hard cheese, fruit and vegetablessensitive to cold.Note when loading productsWrap or cover fo

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enNotes■ Fruit sensitive to cold (e.g. pineapple,banana, papaya and citrus fruit) andvegetables sensitive to cold (e.g.aubergines, cucumbers, zucchini,peppers, tomatoes and potatoes)should be stored outsidethe refrigerator at temperaturesof approx. +8 °C to +12 °C foroptimum preservation of quality andflavour.■ Condensation may form in thevegetable container depending on thetype and quantity of products stored.Remove condensation with a dry clothand adjust air humidity in thevegetable cont

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enNote when loading productsPacking frozen foodFreeze large quantities of food in the fastfreezer compartment where food freezesparticularly quickly and therefore alsogently.Food which is already frozen must notcome into contact with the food which isto be frozen.To prevent food from losing its flavouror drying out, place in airtight containers.1. Place food in packaging.2. Remove air.3. Seal the wrapping.4. Label packaging with contentsand date of freezing.Freezing fresh foodFreeze fresh and un

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enSuper freezingThawing frozen foodFood should be frozen solid as quicklyas possible in order to retain vitamins,nutritional value, appearance and flavour.Several hours before placing fresh foodin the freezer compartment, switch onsuper freezing to prevent an unwantedtemperature rise.As a rule, 4–6 hours is adequate.This appliance runs constantlyand the freezer compartment drops toa very low temperature.If the max. freezing capacity is to beused, super freezing must be switchedon for 24 hours

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enCold storage compartmentFig. !/19The cold storage compartment has lowertemperatures than the refrigeratorcompartment. Even temperatures below0 °C may occur.Ideal for storing fish, meat and sausage.Not suitable for lettuce and vegetablesand produce sensitive to cold.Drawer insertFig. )The insert can be taken out.Drawer for sausage and cheeseFig. .The drawer can be removed for addingand removing food. Lift the drawerand pull out. The drawer holdercan be adjusted.Sticker “OK”Door containerFi

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enDisconnecting the applianceIf you do not use the appliancefor a prolonged period:1. Switch off the appliance.2. Pull out mains plug or switch off fuse.3. Clean the appliance.4. Leave the appliance door open.DefrostingRefrigerator compartmentDefrosting is actuated automatically.The condensation runs throughthe drainage hole into an evaporationpan on the rear of the appliance.Freezer compartmentThe fully automatic NoFrost systemensures that the freezer compartmentremains free of ice. Defrosting

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enNoteDo not clean glass shelf of the coldstorage compartment under runningwater.Drawers in the refrigeratorcompartmentFig. ,Pull out the drawer all the way, lift upand remove.To insert drawer, place the drawer onthe telescopic rails and push intothe appliance. Attach the drawer bypressing it down.NoteBefore the vegetable drawer can betaken out, the glass shelf above must betaken out.Taking out glass shelf above vegetablecontainerFig. +The glass shelf can be taken out anddisassembled for cleanin

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enOperating noisesQuite normal noisesDroningMotors are running (e.g. refrigeratingunits, fan).Bubbling, humming or gurgling noisesRefrigerant is flowing through the tubing.ClickingMotor, switches or solenoid valves areswitching on/off.CrackingAutomatic defrosting is running.Preventing noisesThe appliance is not levelPlease align the appliance with a spiritlevel. Use the height-adjustable feetor place packing underneath them.The appliance is not free-standingPlease move the appliance awayfrom adj

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enFaultPossible causeRemedial actionControls have reducedluminosity.When the appliance is notused for some time,the display on the fasciaswitches to energy savingmode.As soon as the appliance is again used, e.g.the door is opened, the display switches backto normal illumination.Displays do not illuminate.Power failure; the fuse hasConnect mains plug. Check whether the powerbeen switched off; the mains is on, check the fuses.plug has not been insertedproperly.Warning signal sounds.The alarm butto