If using the appliance with the salad drawer
removed, please ensure the vent in the back wall of
the appliance is not obstructed.
Positioning the inner shelves
The walls of the refrigerator have runners so that
shelves can be positioned as desired.
Positioning the door shelves
The door shelves can be easily removed for
cleaning. Gently ease the shelf in the directions
Adjustment of the door shelves can be made to
accommodate varying heights of bottles and other
containers. Store light items such as small cartons
and jars on the door shelves. The bottle shelf can be
used for the storage of heavier bottles.
Fresh food refrigeration
To obtain the best performance, do not store warm
food or evaporating liquids in the refrigerator; cover
or wrap the food, particularly if it has a strong flavour.
Do not cover the shelves with any protective
material, such as paper, cardboard or plastic, which
may obstruct the air circulation.
To help you use your refrigerator correctly, here are
some more useful hints:
Raw meat (beef, pork, lamb & poultry or chicken):
wrap in polythene bags and place on the glass shelf
above the salad drawers.
Meat can only be stored safely in this way for
one or two days at the most.
Fruit & vegetables: these should be thoroughly
cleaned and placed in the salad drawers.
Butter & cheese: these should be placed in special
airtight containers or wrapped in aluminium foil or
polythene bags to exclude as much air as possible.
Milk bottles: these should have a cap and should be
stored in the bottle rack on the door.
POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE AND FREQUENCY
220-240 V / 50 Hz
TOTAL POWER ABSORBED
AVERAGE DAILY UNITS ELECTRICITY *
This figure is based on standard test results in accordance with European Standard EN 153.
Actual consumption will depend on how the appliance is used and where it is located.