Safety instructions ..... 2-3 First Steps .......................... 3-4 Setting the Temperature Control ............. Freezer Optional Features ....... 4 -6 Care and Cleaning ................ 7-8 Power FailurelFreezer Failure ....... Avoid Service Checklist ......... Warranty...............................
Product Registration o Let hot foods cool freezer. Overloading longer. Foods that o Be sure to wrap to room temperature the freezer forces freeze foods placing them in the inside the freezer. • Freezer shelves foil, wax paper, circulation, and This and baskets cuts should toweling. the freezer label food may lose and wipe freezer. or paper making • Organize too slowly properly before placing the compressor to quality containers down in the to run or spoil.
Electrical These guidelines mechanisms must fire hazard electric shock. or an adapter cord any prong from cord. Refer to power the cord grounding that safety properly. Installation serial of ensure will operate Do not remove power to 3" AIR SPACE Grounding type wall receptacle Do not under "_ any circumstances cut, remove, or bypass the grounding prong from this plug. j or plug.
Door (Upright Models) Removal • Unplug the • Gently lay freezer • Remove clips unit two on its back, base on bottom screws of cabinet, base panel. the • Remove the plastic top hinge • Remove the screws from • Remove • Remove the top hinge from the cabinet. the door and bottom hinge from tighten door, hinge by holding the cabinet connector out. • Remove • To replace reverse all screws Remove wire from if required.
Electromechanical Temperature Audible This feature malfunction. for Warning with is designed to If the temperature long-term storage, equipped, will also household electricity. ON/OFF switch wanted. position The freezer (if equipped). (4) hours, activate Press the the If the alarm door/lid switch freely red light, feature fails, the alarm will not function. An the Temp Alarm when will not the be sure freezer Temp Alarm is properly properly.
Drop Front (Some Upright Models) The drop front, located at the bottom of the freezer, provides a separate compartment for small irregular shaped items. Lift the front up and out to remove. Basket (Some Upright Models) Divider your baskets organized.
o Close Care and Cleaning • Damp objects stick to cold metal interior metal surfaces with wet • The freezer must be unplugged from power source Some upright automatically, when and chest but should surfaces. or damp (to avoid defrosting DO NOT hands. electrical (15) touch the freezer door/lid. Frost should soften in about fifteen minutes. • Repeat this procedure is necessary. hazard) the unit. freezers are frost free be cleaned occasionally.
Cleaning The Outside Wash the cabinet with warm water and mild liquid detergent. Rinse well and wipe dry with a clean soft cloth. Replace parts and food. Do not use razor scratch blades the freezer or other sharp when removing surface instruments, which can adhesive labels. Any glue left from the tape can be removed with a mixture of warm water and mild detergent, or touch the residue with the sticky side of the tape already removed. DO NOT REMOVE THE SERIAL Power Failure / Freezer PLATE.
Before calling forservice, review thislist.It maysaveyoutimeandexpense. Thislistincludes AVOID SERVICE common occurrences appliance. CHECKLIST PROBLEM FREEZER Freezer DOES that are not the result of defective workmanship CAUSE or materials in this CORRECTION NOT RUN. does not run. * Freezer is plugged has a ground into a circuit that fault interrupt, • Temperature control * Use another circuit.
PROBLEM SOUND AND Bubbling CAUSE NOISE (Cont.) or gurgling sound, * Refrigerant (used circulating Vibrating or rattling CORRECTION noise. * Freezer it rocks on the it is moved is uneven is * This is normal. the system. is not level, floor when • Floor to cool freezer) throughout * Level slightly, the freezer under or weak. by putting * Ensure floor can adequately the freezer by putting of the freezer.
Your appliance is covered by a one year limited warranty. For one year from your original date of purchase, Electrolux will pay all costs for repairing or replacing any parts of this appliance that prove to be defective in materials or workmanship when such appliance is installed, used and maintained in accordance with the provided instructions. Exclusions This warranty does not cover the following: 1. Products 2. Product that has been transferred Canada.