Beko Refrigerator D 9420 NMK User Manual

D 9420 NMK  
Instruction Manual  
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Safety first ................................................./1  
Transport instructions................................/2  
Disposal ..................................................../2  
Device Setup............................................./2  
Get to know your device............................/3  
How to use the accessories ....................../3  
Prior to startup.........................................../4  
Setting the operating temperature............./4  
Defrosting of the device (Fresh Food)......./5  
Freezing ..................................................../6  
Defrosting of the device (Frozen Food)...../6  
Replacing the interior light bulb................./7  
Cleaning and care...................................../7  
Practical tips and notes............................./8  
Examples of use......................................../9  
Normal operating noises............................/9  
What, if....................................................../10  
Reversing the doors......................./10  
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Transport instructions  
Only place the device in dry rooms which can  
be aired.  
The device should be transported only in  
upright position.  
The packing as supplied must be intact during  
Avoid direct sunlight or direct heat sources  
such as a stove or a heater.  
If this cannot be avoided, the following  
minimum distances should be maintained:  
Electric stoves: 3,00 cm  
After a transport in the horizontal position, the  
device may only be taken into operation 4  
hours after being stood up vertically again.  
The appliance must be protected against rain,  
moisture and other atmospheric influences.  
The manufacturer assumes no liability if safety  
instructions are disregarded.  
3,00 cm  
Cooling devices: 2,50 cm  
• Ensure sufficient air circulation for your  
• Make sure that sufficient room is provided  
around the appliance to ensure free air  
Make the device unusable immediately. Pull  
out the mains plug and cut the power cable.  
Remove or destroy snap or latch locks before  
disposing of the device. In this manner you  
prevent children from locking themselves in  
and endangering their lives.  
Fit the two plastic wall spacers supplied with  
the appliance rotating 1/4 turn to the condenser  
at the back of the appliance (Fig. 4).  
• The device should be located on a smooth  
surface. The two front feet can be adjusted as  
required. To ensure that your appliance is  
standing upright adjust the two front feet by  
turning clockwise or counter-clockwise, until  
the product is in firm contact with the floor.  
Correct adjustment of feet avoids excessive  
vibration and noise.  
Device setup  
• Do not operate your appliance in a room  
where the temperature is likely to fall below  
10 °C at night and/or especially in winter. At  
lower temperatures the appliance may not  
operate, resulting in a reduction in the storage  
life of the food.  
Electrical connections  
This device must be grounded.  
• The climate class rate of your appliance is  
given in Technical Features leaflet and written  
on the rating label inside the appliance. It  
specifies the appropriate operating ambient  
temperatures as explained below.  
• Check whether the power type and voltage  
in the device location corresponds to the one  
stated on the rating label inside the device.  
• The electrical safety of the device is only  
assured when the grounding system in the  
house is installed in accordance with  
Climatic class Ambient temperatures  
SN.......................+10 °C to 32 °C  
N .........................+16 °C to 32 °C  
ST .......................+18 °C to 38 °C  
T..........................+18 °C to 43 °C  
SN-ST.................+10 °C to 38 °C  
SN-T ...................+10 °C to 43 °C  
• When putting the device in, do not stand it  
on the power cable, otherwise the cable will  
be damaged.  
• Ensure that the plug remains readily  
accessible. Do not use multiple adapter bar  
or extension cable.  
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How to use the accessories  
Get to know your device  
Ice-matic (Fig. 6-7)  
Below information about accessories are  
supplied just for reference. Below accessories  
may not be exactly same as the accessories  
of your appliance.  
Fill the ice-matics with water and put them in  
place. Your ice will be ready in about two  
hours. It is not necessary to take the ice-matic  
out in order to get ice; just turn it 90° to the  
right, and the ice will drop into the ice-bowl  
below. Then take out the ice-bowl to serve the  
ice. If you wish, you can leave the ice in the  
bowl for a while.  
Fig. 1  
Fridge compartment  
Freezer compartment  
The ice-bowl is only meant for collecting ice.  
If you put water in, it will break.  
1. Interior light  
2. Thermostat knob  
3. Fan  
Sliding storage boxes (Fig. 8)  
4. Adjustable shelves  
5. Defrost water collection channel - Drain  
6. Crisper cover  
7. Salad crisper  
This accessory is designed to use the door  
shelves’ volume more efficiently. Moving those  
boxes right or left helps to easily settle high  
bottles to the shelf below.  
8. Ice bank  
9. Ice box  
10. Freezer compartment  
11. Air grille  
Odor filter (Fig. 9)  
12. Adjustable front feet  
13. Adjustable door shelves  
14. Egg tray  
15. Sliding storage boxes  
16. Bottle shelf  
The odor filter inside the fan housing which is  
located on top of your fresh food compartment  
prevents formation of bad smell in your product.  
To clean the odor filter, remove the fan housing  
and leave the filter under sun light for a day.  
Filter will be cleaned during this time period.  
Fit the filter back to its place. Perform this  
operation once a year.  
17. Bottle holder  
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The average temperature inside the fridge  
should be around +5°C.  
Prior to startup  
Please choose the setting according to the  
desired temperature.  
You can stop operation of your device by  
adjusting the thermostat knob to “0” position.  
Before you begin operating your device, the  
following points should be re-checked for  
Is the device standing properly on the floor?  
Is there sufficient space for good air  
Is the interior clean? (Also see the section  
“Cleaning and care”)  
Please note that there will be different  
temperatures in the cooling area.  
The coldest region is immediately above the  
vegetable compartment.  
Set the thermostat knob half way between  
1 and 5 or Min. and Max.  
Now connect the device to the mains.  
The interior temperature also depends on  
ambient temperature, the frequency with which  
the door is opened and the amount of foods  
kept inside.  
Frequently opening the door causes the interior  
temperature to rise.  
The compressor is turned on; the interior light  
comes on when the door is opened.  
For this reason, it is recommended to close  
the door again as soon as possible after use.  
Do not place foodstuff into the refrigerator until  
the temperature has reached the desired level.  
Setting the operating  
(Fig. 2)  
The operating temperature is regulated by the  
temperature control.  
(Or) Min.  
1 = Lowest cooling setting (Warmest setting)  
5 = Highest cooling setting (Coldest setting)  
Min. = Lowest cooling setting  
(Warmest setting)  
Max. = Highest cooling setting  
(Coldest setting)  
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Defrosting of the device  
The fridge compartment defrosts automatically.  
The thawing water flows through the drain  
channel into a collection container at the rear  
of the device (Fig. 5).  
Food storage  
The fridge compartment is for the short-term  
storage of fresh food and drinks.  
During defrosting, water droplets form at the  
back of the fridge due to the evaporator.  
If not all of the drops run down, they may  
freeze again after defrosting remove them  
with a cloth soaked in warm water, but never  
with a hard or sharp object.  
Store milk products in the intended  
compartment in the refrigerator.  
Bottles can be stored in the bottle holder or  
in the bottle shelf of the door.  
Check the flow of the thawed water from time  
to time.It may become plugged occasionally.  
Clean it with a q-tip or similar (see the section  
"Cleaning and care").  
Raw meat is best kept in a polyethylene bag  
in the compartment at the very bottom of the  
Allow hot foods and beverages to cool to room  
temperature prior to placing them in the  
Store concentrated alcohol only standing  
upright and tightly closed.  
Do not store explosive substances or  
containers with flammable propellant gases  
(canned cream, spray cans etc.) in the device.  
There is a danger of explosion.  
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Freezing food  
Defrosting of the device  
The freezing area is marked with  
this symbol.  
You can use the device for freezing fresh food  
as well as for storing pre-frozen food  
Please refer to the recommendations given  
on the packaging of your food.  
The freezer compartment defrosts  
The fan inside the freezer compartment  
circulates cold air.  
Never insert any object through the guard.  
Do not allow children to play with the freezer  
Do not freeze fizzy drinks, as the freezing liquid  
may burst the bottle.  
Never store products that contain  
inflammable propellant gas  
(e.g. dispensers, spray cans etc.) or  
explosive substances.  
Don’t cover the shelves with any protective  
materials, which may obstruct air circulation.  
Do not allow children to play with the appliance  
or tamper with the controls.  
Do not obstruct the freezer fan guard to  
ensure that you obtain the best possible  
performance from your appliance.  
Be careful with frozen products such as  
coloured ice-cubes.  
Do not exceed the freezing capacity of your  
appliance in 24 h. See Technical Features  
In order to maintain the quality of the food, the  
freezing must be effected as rapidly as possible.  
Thus, the freezing capacity will not be  
exceeded, and the temperature inside the  
freezer will not rise.  
Keep the already deep-frozen food always  
separated with freshly placed food.  
When deep-freezing hot food, the cooling  
compressor will work until the food is completely  
frozen. This can temporarily cause excessive  
cooling of the refrigeration compartment.  
If you find the freezer door difficult to open just  
after you have closed it, don’t worry. This is  
due to the pressure difference which will  
equalize and allow the door to open normally  
after a few minutes.  
You will hear a vacuum sound just after closing  
the door. This is quite normal.  
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To preserve the appearance of your device,  
you can polish the exterior and the door  
accessories with a silicone wax.  
Replacing the interior  
light bulb (Fig. 3)  
Should the light fail to work, proceed as follows.  
1- Switch off at the socket outlet and pull  
out the mains plug.  
You may find it useful to remove shelves for  
easy access.  
2- Use a flat tipped screwdriver to remove the  
light diffuser cover.  
Clean the condenser at the back of the device  
once a year using a brush or a vacuum cleaner.  
Dust build-up leads to increased energy  
Inspect the door gasket at regular intervals.  
Clean with water only, and wipe totally dry.  
3- First check that the bulb hasn’t worked loose  
by ensuring it is screwed securely in the holder.  
Replace the plug and switch on.  
Cleaning of the accessories  
If the bulb works, replace the light cover by  
inserting the rear lug and pushing up to locate  
the front two lugs.  
4- If the light still fails to work, switch off at the  
socket outlet and pull out the mains plug.  
Replace the bulb with a new 15 watt (max)  
screw cap (SES) bulb.  
Door shelves:  
Remove all food from the door shelves.  
Lift the cover of the shelf upwards and pull it  
off sideward.  
Remove the bottom of the door shelf by  
pushing it upwards.  
5- Carefully dispose of the burnt-out light bulb  
Collecting container (Pan):  
Replacement light bulb can easily be obtained  
from a good local electrical or DIY store.  
Make sure that the pan at the back of the  
device is always clean.  
Gently release the snap of the pan from the  
compressor by pushing it using a tool (like  
screwdriver), so that the pan can be removed.  
Cleaning and care  
Interior and Exterior Surfaces  
Lift the pan, clean it and wipe it dry.  
Re-assemble in reverse order.  
Crisper or Drawers:  
To clean a drawer, pull it out as far as possible,  
tilt it upwards and then pull it out completely.  
Always unplug the power supply or shut  
off or remove the fuse before cleaning.  
Clean the exterior using lukewarm water and  
a mild detergent.  
Never use detergents, abrasive or acidic  
Wipe the inside compartment dry.  
Be careful to prevent water from getting into  
contact with the electrical connections of the  
temperature control or the interior light.  
If the device is not going to be used for a long  
period of time, switch it off and remove all food.  
Clean the device and keep the door open.  
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Practical tips and notes  
• Clean fresh food and vegetables before  
storing in the crisper bin.  
• Always pack or wrap food, or put it in a  
suitable container, before storing it in the  
• Always leave food to thaw in a container that  
allows the thawing water to run off.  
• Do not exceed the maximum allowable  
freezing capacity when freezing fresh food  
(see the section "Freezing")  
• Wrap food which is not suitable for storage  
at cold temperatures in polyethylene bags  
(pineapple, melons, cucumbers, tomatoes  
• Food with strong odour or apt to acquire  
odour should be wrapped in airtight or smell-  
proof packaging material.  
• Keep fresh food separate from cooked  
food, to avoid bacteria contamination.  
• Never keep fresh meat in the fridge for  
more than 2 or 3 days.  
• Remove any left-over canned food from  
the can and store it in a suitable  
• Do not give children ice-cream and water ices  
direct from the freezer.  
The low temperature may cause freezer burns  
on lips.  
• Never re-freeze defrosted food; defrosted food  
must be consumed within 24 hours. Only food  
that has been cooked can be refrozen.  
• Do not take out frozen food with wet hands.  
• Store only fresh and impeccable food.  
• Always use appropriate packaging material  
to avoid odour penetration or degradation of  
the food.  
• Store commercially frozen food in accordance  
with the instructions given on the packaging.  
• Freeze cooked food in small quantities. This  
ensures rapid freezing and maintains the  
quality of the food.  
• Do not freeze liquid in tightly closed bottles  
or containers.  
The bottles/containers may burst at low  
• Carry pre-frozen food in suitable bags and  
place it in your freezer as soon as possible.  
Always defrost food in the fridge compartment.  
• Refer to the shelf life indicated on the  
food packaging.  
• Do not obstruct the air circulation inside  
the device by covering the shelves.  
• Never keep any dangerous or poisonous  
substances inside your device.  
• Always check food that has been stored  
for a long period of time for its suitability for  
• Do not store fresh and cooked food  
together in the same container.  
• Close the door immediately after  
opening, to avoid unnecessary energy  
• Do not use hard or sharp objects to  
remove the ice build-up.  
• Do not load hot food into your device.  
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Examples of Use  
White wine, beer and mineral water  
chill before use  
do not store in a fridge  
store in polyethylene bags only  
use airtight containers or polyethylene  
bags; for best results, take out from the  
fridge an hour before consumption.  
store only for a short period of time,  
use airtight packaging/wrapping  
do not store together with delicate  
food such as cooked food or milk  
Fish or offal  
Raw meat and poultry  
Normal operating noises  
Various functional noises are completely  
normal due to the operation of the cooling  
system of your appliance;  
Also to avoid disturbing vibrations and  
noises make sure that;  
Your refrigerator is standing level on all four  
• Gurgling, hissing, boiling or bubbling noises  
are caused by the refrigerant, circulating inside  
the cooling system. These noises can still be  
heard for a short period of time after the  
compressor shuts off.  
• Your refrigerator is not in contact with the  
walls, surrounding objects or kitchen cabinets  
and furniture.  
• Sudden, sharp cracking or popping noises  
are caused by the expansion and contraction  
of the inside walls or some components inside  
the cabinets.  
• Cans, bottles or dishes inside the refrigerator  
are not touching and rattling against each  
• All shelves and bins are mounted correctly  
inside the refrigerator cabinets and doors.  
• Buzzing, whirring, pulsating or high-pitched  
humming noises are caused by the  
compressor. These noises are slightly louder  
at the start-up of the compressor and reduce  
when the appliance reaches the operating  
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What, if....  
Reversing the doors  
The door of your refrigerator is designed to  
operate towards both sides at your  
convenience. If you want the door to open  
towards the other side, please call the nearest  
authorized maintenance service for assistance.  
Tel.:444 1 404  
1- The device will not work, even though  
it is switched on.  
• Check if the mains plug is properly connected!  
• Check if the mains supply is in order, or if a  
fuse has been tripped!  
• Check the temperature control for correct  
2- There is a power failure.  
Keep the doors of your device closed. Frozen  
food will not be affected if the power failure  
lasts less than the “Conservation Time From  
Failure” (hours) declaration mentioned in the  
Technical Features leaflet. If the power failure  
lasts longer, check the food and consume it  
You can also cook the defrosted food and then  
re-freeze it.  
3- The interior light does not work.  
Check the power supply!  
Check the installation of the light bulb! Unplug  
the power supply before checking the light  
bulb. (Also see the section “Replacing the  
interior light”)  
4- Other possible malfunctions  
Not every malfunction is a case for our  
customer service. Very often, you can easily  
resolve the problem without requesting service.  
Before requesting service, please check if the  
malfunction has been caused by an operating  
error. If this is the case, and a service has  
been requested, a service charge will be levied  
even if the device is still under guarantee.  
If the problem persists please contact your  
dealer or customer service.  
Please have the type and serial number of  
your device when calling. The rating label is  
located inside.  
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