Notice réfrigérateur SAUTER SFA 150 et pièces détachées
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Les instructions détaillées pour l'utilisation figurent dans le Guide de l'utilisateur.
Leave a space between the food items to allow the air to circulate freely and avoid different products contaminating each other. Do not put packages and food in contact with the wall at the back of the appliance, this is a particularly cold and damp area of the appliance and water droplets and frost condense there as part of your refrigerator's normal operation. The coldest area, indicated by the logo, is designed for delicate, sensitive and highly perishable food: meat, poultry, fish, cooked meats, prepared dishes, ready-made salads, egg or creambased dishes and pastries, fresh pasta, pastry, pizza/quiches, fresh produce and raw milk cheese, ready-to-use vegetables sold in plastic bags and, more generally, any fresh product whose consume-by date is linked to its storage at a temperature of +4°C or below. AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING
The refrigerator section of your appliance defrosts fully automatically. The water created by defrosting flows to a collection tank situated over the motor. The heat the motor releases evaporates the contents of this tank. It is quite normal for droplets of water or frost to appear on the wall at the back of your refrigerator. This is a particularly cold and damp area in your appliance and water droplets and frost condense out as part of your appliance's normal operation. This frost is removed regularly during your refrigerator's automatic defrosting phases. 20
5 USING THE FREEZER COMPARTMENT FROZEN AND DEEP- FROZEN FOOD
Your domestic appliance enables you to freeze food, it lowers its core temperature rapidly and you can therefore keep it longer. Deep-freezing is an industrial process that is quicker and more intense that domestic freezing. The products you purchase from the shops are deep-frozen. [...] 14
1 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
This appliance is intended for domestic use only. It has been designed for preserving and freezing food. The following instructions are for your own safety and should be observed without fail. We can neither be held responsible, nor uphold the guarantee in case of failure to observe these recommendations, which may Iead to material damage or physical injury. Your appliance must be installed, fixed if necessary and used in compliance with the instructions in this operating and installation instructions manual in order to avoid any damage and /or danger due to any lack of stability or faulty installation. If the appliance has been delivered to your home in a horizontal position, stand it upright and then wait 2 hours before plugging it in. A small amount of oil may have flowed into the refrigeration circuit, and you must allow time for this to flow back towards the motor before connecting the appliance. Failure to do so may damage the appliance. If you appliance is fitted with wheels, please remember that they are only designed to assist in small movements. Do not use them for longer journeys. Carry out an initial cleaning operation (see the section on lnstalling your appliance) before connecting your appliance to the electrical supply. Disconnect your appliance prior to performing any maintenance operation. Grasp the plug directly, instead of pulling on the power cable...