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    ......................EAL6240AOU EN FRIDGE FREEZER USER MANUAL EAL6140WOU EAL6141WOX EAL6142BOX EAL6143WOX EAL6140WOW...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS SAFETY INFORMATION PRODUCT DESCRIPTION CONTROL PANEL 10 BEFORE FIRST USE 11 DAILY USE 13 OPTIONS 15 HELPFUL HINTS AND TIPS 18 WHAT TO DO IF… ENVIRONMENT CONCERNS Recycle the materials with the symbol . Put the packaging in applicable containers to recycle it.

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    Welcome to Electrolux. ACCESSORIES AND CONSUMABLES In the Electrolux webshop, you’ll find everything you need to keep all your Electrolux appliances looking spotless and working perfectly. Along with a wide range of accessories designed and built to the high quality standards you would expect, from specialist cookware to cutlery baskets, from bottle holders to delicate laundry bags…...

  • Page 5: Safety Information

    SAFETY INFORMATION Before the installation and use of the appli- is to let the oil to flow back in the com- ance, carefully read the supplied instruc- pressor. tions. The manufacturer is not responsible Make sure that there is access to the if an incorrect installation and use causes mains plug after the installation.

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    WARNING! To replace the internal light, contact Risk of fire, electrical shock or ex- Service. plosion. CARE AND CLEANING Use this appliance in a household envi- ronment. WARNING! Before maintenance, disconnect Do not change the specification of this the mains plug from the mains. appliance.

  • Page 7: Product Description

    PRODUCT DESCRIPTION DISPENSER MODEL Ice Maker and Storage Refreshment Compartment (selec- ted models only) Xpress Can Chiller (quick cooling For frequently used cans, drinking wa- compartment) ter and beverages. For storing beverages. Refreshment Pocket Multi Plus Zone For storing refrigerating foods, milk, For storing general medicines or cos- juice, beer bottles etc.

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    For short-term storage of food and ice- Freezer Shelf (tempered glass) cream. For storing frozen foods such as meat, Door Storage Compartment fish, ice-cream. For storing frozen food. NON DISPENSER MODEL Ice Cube Tray Refrigerator Shelf (tempered glass) For storing common foods. Xpress Can Chiller (quick cooling compartment)

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    For short-term storage of food and ice- cream. Door Storage Compartment For storing frozen food. Freezer Shelf (tempered glass) For storing frozen foods such as meat, fish, ice-cream.

  • Page 10: Control Panel

    CONTROL PANEL DISPENSER MODEL Selection button for Ice Dispensing and Lock for Ice Maker Selection button for freezer compart- Selection button for Water Dispensing ment temperature Selection button for refrigerator com- LIGHT/FILTER button: partment temperature. Button for switching on a dispens- er light.

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    Refrigerator temperature indicator Lock for Ice Maker indicator Ice Dispensing indicator Water Dispensing indicator Filter Exchange display After 6 months of the first power input, the icon will flicker. NON DISPENSER MODEL Lock button Press this button to prevent settings Selection button for freezer compart- from being accidently changed.

  • Page 12: Before First Use

    BEFORE FIRST USE INSTALLING WATER LINE For models with Automatic Ice Maker – The water pressure should be 2.0~12.5 kgf/cm2 or more to run the Automatic Ice Maker. – Check your tap water pressure. If a cup of 180 cc is full within 10 sec- onds, the pressure is appropriate.

  • Page 13: Daily Use

    DAILY USE TEMPERATURE CONTROL When the appliance is plugged in for a first time, the temperature mode is set to Mid- dle. DISPENSER MODEL Freezer Compartment For temperature setting push button until desired temperature displays. For Faster Cooling function hold button until super LED turns on.

  • Page 14: Door Open Alarm

    Even though normal operation of the appliance is restored and inner temperature reaches a normal range, the display still flashes and the highest temperature reached is indicated. When you press Lock button , high temperature mode is terminated and the display shows adjusted temperature value.

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    OPTIONS MAGIC COOL ZONE When you plug the appliance for a first time FRESH LED is ON. For changing settings step by step use SE- LECT button. Step Display Target Temperature FRESH +5°C to +6°C. VEGETABLE +3°C to +4°C. FISH –1°C to +0°C.

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    CAUTION! In case of power failure ice cubes may melt and flow down to the floor. If you expect such situation to last for long hours, pull out the case and remove the ice cubes from it, then replace it back.

  • Page 17: Helpful Hints And Tips

    HELPFUL HINTS AND TIPS HINTS FOR STORING FOOD Wash foods before storing. Divide and separate foods into smaller pieces. Place watery foods or foods with much moisture in front of shelves (close to the door side). If they are placed close to the cold air spout, they can be frozen.

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    CARE AND CLEANING CLEANING OF THE INTERIOR PARTS Use cloth with water and mild (neutral) de- tergent to clean. Dispenser Water Shelf Remove the spill grill and clean the wa- ter shelf regularly (the spill shelf is not self-draining). Freezer and Refrigerator Shelves Open the door comp letely, then pull shelves forward to remove.

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    An assembly method is the oppo- site of a disassembling sequence. CHANGING THE INTERIOR LED LIGHT CAUTION! LED light should be replaced only by a service agent or similarly quali- fied person. CAUTION! Be sure to unplug the appliance first! Freezer and refrigerator LED changing Separate a back side of a LED cover using a screwdriver.

  • Page 20: What To Do If

    WHAT TO DO IF… Please check up the following trou- bleshooting tips before you call for service! Problem Checkup Point Solution It never gets cold inside. Is the appliance unplug- Plug in the appliance. Freezing and refrigerating ged? Set temperature mode is not sufficient.

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    Odour or disgusting smell Is the food stored un- Be sure to cover and from the inside . covered or unwrapped? wrap the foods. Are the shelves and Clean the interior parts pockets stained with of the appliance regular- food stuff? ly.

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