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Installation, use and maintenance - Page 1

www.cda.eu FW951 Integrated Frost Free Fridge Freezer Installation, use and maintenance

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Appliance information: - Page 2

2 Important The CDA Group Ltd cannot be held responsible for injuries or losses caused by incorrect use or installation of this product. Please note that CDA reserve the right to invalidate the guarantee supplied with this product following incorrect installation or misuse of the appliance. This appliance is not designed to be used by people (including children) with reduced physical, sensorial or mental capacity, or who lack experience or knowledge about it, unless they have had supervision or instructions on how to use the appliance by someone who is responsible for their safety. Under no..

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR CORRECT DISPOSAL OF THE - Page 3

3 compliance with safety requirements of EU Directive 2014/35/EU (Low voltage) and requirements of EU Directive 2014/30/EU (EMC). This appliance has been manufactured to the strictest standards and complies with all applicable legislation, including Electrical safety (LVD) and Electromagnetic interference compatibility (EMC). Parts intended to come into contact with food conform to 1935/2004/EC. IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR CORRECT DISPOSAL OF THE PRODUCT IN ACCORDANCE WITH EU DIRECTIVE 2012/19/EU. At the end of its working life, the product must not be disposed of as urban waste. The refriger..

Important - Page 4

4 Important Never store inflammable or explosive items and strong corrosive acids or alkalis in the appliance. This is a household appliance, which is produced in accordance with the national standard. It is intended for food storage only, not for storage of blood, medicine and biological products. To prevent risk of fire, keep the appliance away from petrol or any other inflammables. To prevent risk of electromagnetic interference or other accidents, do not place a microwave oven on top of the refrigerator or use any electric appliance inside the refrigerator. Do not allow children to p..

Before first use - Page 5

5 Before first use You must allow the fridge to settle for at least twenty four hours prior to switching the power on. It is recommended that you clean the interior of the appliance prior to first use, using a solution of bicarbonate of soda and warm water and then thoroughly drying the interior. The fridge may have an odour to it at first use. This will disappear as the appliance cools. Please note: The appliance will work continuously until it comes down to the correct temperature. The temperatures are preset at the factory to 5 for the fridge and -18 for the freezer. It takes two to t..

Fridge - Page 6

6 Use Fridge • Never put liquids in the refrigerator uncovered. • Never put hot foods in the refrigerator. Warm food should be allowed to cool to room temperature before being put into the refrigerator. • Nothing should rest against the rear wall of the refrigerator, as this will cause frost and possible condensation problems which will be difficult to remove. • Make sure food is clean and any extra water is wiped away before putting into the fridge. • Wrap or cover food before putting into the fridge. This will help prevent the loss of moisture, keep food fresh and avoid unpleasa..

Do not attempt to freeze more than the maximum amount. - Page 7

7 • Follow the instructions on the food packaging for storage of frozen food. If no information is provided, foods should not be stored for more than three months after the purchase date. • Store food in small packages (ideally less than 2.5kg). This reduces the freezing time and improves the quality of the food after thawing. • Wrap food before putting into the freezer. To stop the wrapping sticking together, ensure it is dry. • Label the food before freezing with information including type of food and dates of storage and expiry. • Once food is thawed, it must not be refrozen un..

Storage - Page 8

8 Storage The fridge section is for short term food storage. Although the temperature can be maintained between 0-10˚C, extended periods of food storage is not recommended. As the cold air circulates within the fridge, the temperature can vary between the different sections. As such, foods should be stored in different sections according to type. Section 6 is the coldest part of the fridge. 1. Butter 2. Food in jars and bottles 3. Drinks , e.g. milk 4. Cooked food 5. Yogurts and cheese 6. Fresh meat and fish 7. Fruit and vegetables The fridge shelves can be moved according to the storag..

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9 To move the shelf, lift up the front section and then pull it outwards. To replace, slide the shelf back into the slot, and the lower the front section. The salad crisper is designed with a humidity control to ensure fruit and vegetables last longer. This can be adjusted by the slider at the front right of the salad crisper. Fully opening the slider control to high humidity restricts the amount of dry air entering the crisper from the fridge compartment, extending the life of items such as lettuce and cucumber. Open (fully left) = Low. Closed (fully right) = High.

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Control panel - Page 10

10 Control panel A. Power button To put the fridge freezer on standby press and hold the power button for approximately three seconds. The power light will flash. To start the compressor working again, press and hold the standby button for approximately three seconds until the power light stays lit. B. Fridge thermostat dial The fridge temperature is regulated by this dial. The thermostat can be set between fully anti-clockwise (super cool function) and fully clockwise (high - warmest setting). The super cool function can be used when introducing large quantities of fresh food to maintain ..

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11 C. Freezer thermostat dial The freezer temperature is regulated by this dial. The thermostat can be set between fully anti-clockwise (super freeze function) and fully clockwise (high - warmest setting). The super freeze function can be used to freeze large quantities of fresh food as quickly as possible. To switch on the super freeze function, turn the freezer thermostat dial to super freeze. Once the food is frozen, turn the thermostat dial back to the previous setting. IMPORTANT: Do not use the super freeze function for more than 24 hours. Door open alarm This appliance is equipped wit..

Care and cleaning - Page 12

12 Care and cleaning Always disconnect the appliance from the power supply before any cleaning or maintenance. Both fridge and freezer are frost free and as such this appliance is designed not to require defrosting. The fridge and freezer sections should be cleaned using a solution of bicarbonate of soda and lukewarm water. Do not use abrasive products or detergents. After washing, rinse and dry thoroughly. Clean the shelves and balconies separately by hand with soap and water. Do not put them in the dishwasher. Once cleaning is complete, then reconnect the power. If the appliance is not to..

Defrosting the fridge - Page 13

13 Defrosting the fridge The fridge is cooled by convection using cold air forced through channels at the rear of the fridge. No defrosting is required. Defrosting the freezer The freezer is frost free and as such is designed not to require defrosting. To switch off the compressor for a short period of time and so to force a defrost cycle, push and hold the Power button for approximately five seconds. After 20 seconds, the defrosting process will begin. Alternatively, disconnect the appliance from the mains power supply for the required amount of time. Please note: The compressor will be ..

If the appliance is not working, check: - Page 14

14 Troubleshooting If you have any problems with your appliance, you should check the troubleshooting prior to calling CDA Customer Care to prevent unnecessary service calls and potential cost. If the appliance is not working, check: • There is power to the appliance. • The power button on the control panel is switched on. • The house fuses are intact and the fuse in the plug has not blown. • The thermostat is not set to off. • The plug socket is functioning fine. To check this, plug another electrical appliance in to see if the socket is faulty. If the appliance is working, but..

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15 • The cooling gas in the refrigerator will make a slight bubbling noise, even when the compressor is not running. Please note: The LED lighting cannot be replaced without a service call. If the light fails, contact CDA Customer Care. Contact details are on the rear cover of this manual.

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Installation kit - Page 16

16 Installation kit Prior to carrying out any installation steps, ensure that you have all of the required pieces as per the image below. These are in a packet contained within the appliance. Also, ensure that you have the front trim cover pictured below. This is normally taped to the back wall of the inside of the fridge. If you are missing any of these parts please check all drawers within the appliance, as well as any packaging. If parts are still missing, please contact CDA Customer Care. Contact details are on the rear cover of this manual.

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This appliance must never be installed - Page 17

17 Installation This appliance must never be installed close to heat sources, e.g. heating elements, cookers or in damp places. • The cooling system at the rear of the appliance must not touch the rear wall. • The appliance must be installed with adequate ventilation. Ensure that there is clearance above the appliance to allow air to escape and that there is space between the rear of the appliance and the wall. Figures 4 and 5 show the ventilation requirements for your appliance. Failure to provide adequate ventilation can lead to increased running costs and premature failure and may in..

Important - Page 18

18 300 300 plan view of cut out and ventilation gaps The top of the cabinet needs to be vented into the room Recommended size of vent opening: 500 x 35mm If the furniture does not allow free air into the room then a plinth vent, or other means of ventilation needs to be provided to ensure a natural flow of air There should be space at the rear of the cabinet to allow cool air to be drawn over the condenser. Recommended: 500 x 35mm An air intake should be provided somewhere in the cabinet run to allow free air in. In this example, a plinth vent is shown underneath the refrigerator . A thin ..

Fitting the product into the cabinet - Page 19

19 Fitting the product into the cabinet 1. Remove the gasket protection pieces: These are on the hinge-side edge of each door and prevent excessive seal compression during transport. They are required later during the installation process (step 6). Remove the screws and gasket protectors from each door (fig. 6) and proceed with the installation. Cover caps are provided, in a polythene bag, to fill the holes where these protectors were fitted; take care when inserting these. 2. Fit the top fixing brackets: Secure the two metal fixing brackets to the top of the product using two screws f..

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20 4. Fit the magnetic seal strips: Two magnetic seals are supplied to fill the gap between the cabinet and the edge of the products. These simply fit against the left and right edges of the fridge chassis. To make it easier, it is useful to apply a little sticky tape to the top and bottom of each strip to prevent curling. Note that the seal may need to be cut to length. 5. Fit the width spacers: For cabinets with 15mm thickness sides a small spacer is required to be fit. The spacer is shown in Fig. 9 and marked as ‘ S ’. This ensures perfect alignment when installed. There are four ..

Fig. 9 - Page 21

21 Fig. 9 S G 7. Sit the appliance in the housing: Lift the appliance onto the supporting shelf (ensure ventilation requirements have been met) and push the unit in until it is stable. We recommend that you seek the help of another individual when handling this product. 8. Fit the middle cabinet fixing bracket: A sliding bracket is provided to secure the non-hinged side of the product to the cabinet. This is fitted to the middle of the product using two machine screws. A guide piece is also provided to ensure the unit is aligned when installed. Fit the bracket and guide, as shown in Fig. ..

Fig. 10 - Page 22

22 9. Position the product in the housing: The product can now be pushed into the housing unit, ensuring that the two guide pieces are fitted in the hinges and the guide is fitted to the middle fixing bracket. When the guides (on both sides) are flush against the front face of the cabinet sides the product is at the correct depth in the unit. At this stage ensure that the product is centrally aligned within the housing and then remove the guide pieces (‘ G ’ in Figs. 8 and 9) from the hinges. Do this by opening the appliance doors and removing them. Check too that the magnetic seal ..

11. Secure the middle fixing bracket: - Page 23

23 11. Secure the middle fixing bracket: With the guide piece in place slide the lower bracket against the housing unit and tighten the two screws to lock the bracket in position (use a good quality screwdriver of the correct size for this). When done, secure the bracket to the cabinet side wall with a single screw, then snap off the lipped part of the guide piece and fit the bracket cover trim (Fig. 13). 12. Secure the product to the top shelf: Finally, secure the product to the top of the cabinet or support shelf using the fixing brackets (‘A’ fitted in step 2). When done, push t..

Fitting the cabinet decor doors - Page 24

24 Fitting the cabinet decor doors Fit the upper fascia first by following the steps below. 1.Remove the door trims from the top of both appliance doors (‘T’ in Fig. 14). With the upper door, take care not to disturb or damage the magnet (‘M’ in Fig. 14) when removing the trim. Set the trims aside for later and re-fit these once installation is complete. 2.Take the decor door guides (pictured in Fig. 15) out of their positions. Turn them around and reinsert them into the grooves as pictured in Fig. 16. The notches will act as gauges for the next step. 3. With the fridge door close..

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25 Fig. 15 Fig. 16 Fig. 17 Fig. 18

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26 5. Place the decor door face-down on a protective cloth or similar and position the fixing plate centrally in its required position. Measuring and drawing a centre line with pencil can help here, depending upon where you want the decor door to sit. If you want an offset for example, then you have to factor this in to your measurements . Align the holes in the centre of the fixing plate with the centre line, using the guides to help you (Fig. 19). Secure the plate in position using wood screws of appropriate length. Please take care to ensure the screws selected will not punch through ..

Lower fascia fixing brackets - Page 27

27 Fig. 19 Lower fascia fixing brackets Fig. 20 Please note: When fitting the vertical screws into the decor door through the lower decor fixing brackets, use the large dome headed screws supplied in a polythene bag which also contains the white cover caps. When the decor doors are in the desired positions, use the white trims pictured on the far right of the installation kit image on page 16 to hide any visible kit parts between the fascia and appliance doors (as per Fig. 21). Fig. 21

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Adjusting the decor doors - Page 28

28 Adjusting the decor doors The position of the decor doors can be adjusted on all 3 axis by following the guide below. If the range of adjustment detailed below is not enough then the refrigerator is likely not located correctly in the cabinet and/or the upper decor fixing plates are incorrectly positioned. We recommend another person holds the decor door during these steps. Horizontal Adjustment (Y): 1. Loosen the upper fixing plate nuts using a 10mm spanner (‘ Y ’ in Fig 21). These are on both sides of the fixing plate. 2. Slide the decor door and/or fixing plate left or right a..

Fig. 22 - Page 29

29 2. Move the decor door in or out, as required; this gives an adjustment of approximately 3mm. The lower fascia brackets are slotted to allow alignment of the fascia at the bottom. Fig. 22 Y Fig. 23 X Z Fig. 24 3. When you are happy with the position of the decor door and all lower decor bracket screws are tight, fit the lower decor bracket trims (Fig. 24). Fill any unwanted screw holes with the remaining cover caps in one of the polythene bags and refit any remaining trims.

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Electrical information - Page 30

30 Electrical information Warning! This appliance must be earthed. The mains lead of this appliance has been fitted with a BS 1363A 13 amp fused plug. To change a fuse in this type of plug, follow the steps below: 1. Remove the fuse cover and fuse. 2. Fit replacement 13A fuse, ASTA approved to BS 1362 type, into the fuse cover. 3. Replace fuse cover. Important: Do not use the appliance without the fuse cover in position. How to connect an alternative plug If the fitted plug is not suitable for your socket outlet, then it should be cut off and disposed of safely to avoid possible shock ha..

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31 As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:- • The wire which is coloured GREEN and YELLOW must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter (E) or by the Earth symbol or coloured GREEN and YELLOW. • The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter (N) or coloured BLACK. • The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter (L) or coloured RED. If ..

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www.cda.eu Customer Care Department. The CDA Group Ltd, Harby Road, Langar, Nottinghamshire, NG13 9HY T: 01949 862 012 F: 01949 862 003 E: [email protected] For service or queries relating to your product please contact: The Customer Care Department on 01949 862 012 or email [email protected] For more information please contact: The Sales Department on 01949 862 010 or email [email protected]

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FW951
Integrated Frost Free Fridge
Freezer
Installation, use and maintenance