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ETE4600, ETE4607,
ETE5400, ETE5407,
EBE4500, EBE4507,
EBE5300, EBE5307,
EBE5367, EHE5267,
EFE4227, ERE5047
Refrigeration
User manual

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    ETE4600, ETE4607, ETE5400, ETE5407, EBE4500, EBE4507, EBE5300, EBE5307, EBE5367, EHE5267, EFE4227, ERE5047 Refrigeration User manual...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    CONGRATULATIONS CONTENTS Dear customer, Congratulations and thank you for choosing our Important safety instructions ........3 refrigerator. We are sure you will find your new refrigerator Refrigerator features ..........4 a pleasure to use. Before you use the refrigerator we Top mount refrigerator features .......4...

  • Page 3: Important Safety Instructions

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS NOTE: You must read these warnings carefully before WARNING installing or using the refrigerator. If you need assistance, contact your customer care centre. The manufacturer will R600a refrigerant warning not accept liability, should these instructions or any other This appliance contains flammable R600a safety instructions incorporated in this book be ignored.

  • Page 4: Refrigerator Features

    REFRIGERATOR FEATURES TOP MOUNT LED light FreshSense™ deodoriser Twist & Serve Ice Dairy compartments Refer to the section “Using your Refrigerator” for details on removing, These compartments can be used relocating and using this feature. to store dairy. FlexStor™ door bins...

  • Page 5: Bottom Mount Refrigerator Features

    BOTTOM MOUNT LED lighting FreshSense™ deodoriser Your refrigerator is fitted with LED lighting. Dairy compartments These compartments can be used to store dairy. Glass shelves The glass shelves improve visibility. Door bin mats Prevent items placed in the bins from MultiZone™...

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    REFRIGERATOR FEATURES ICE & WATER LED lighting FreshSense™ deodoriser Your refrigerator is fitted with LED lighting. Dairy compartments These compartments can be used to store dairy. Replaceable water filter Door bin mats Prevent items placed in the bins from...

  • Page 7: Ice & Water

    FRENCH DOOR ICE & WATER LED lighting FreshSense™ deodoriser Your refrigerator is fitted with LED lighting. Replaceable Dairy compartments water filter These compartments can be used to store dairy. Glass shelves Door bin mats The glass shelves improve visibility. Prevent items placed in the bins from sliding around, catch small spills in the MultiZone™...

  • Page 8: All Refrigerator Features

    REFRIGERATOR FEATURES SINGLE DOOR FreshSense™ deodorisor LED lighting Dairy compartments Your refrigerator is fitted These compartments can be used to with LED lighting. store dairy. Replaceable water filter Door bin mats Glass shelves Prevent items placed in the bins from sliding around, catch small spills in the The glass shelves improve visibility.

  • Page 9: All Freezer Features

    FREEZER FEATURES SINGLE DOOR Automatic ice maker Refer to the section “Using your Refrigerator” for details on using this feature. LED lighting Your freezer is fitted with LED lighting. Glass shelves The glass shelves improve visibility. Storage bins Refer to the section “Using your Refrigerator”...

  • Page 10: Installing Your New Refrigerator

    INSTALLING YOUR NEW APPLIANCE UNPACKING INSTALLING YOUR REFRIGERATOR Roll the refrigerator into place. ENVIRONMENTAL TIPS ENVIRONMENT 10 - 15mm Most of the packing materials are recyclable. Please dispose of those materials through your local recycling depot or by placing them in appropriate collection containers.

  • Page 11: Fitting The Handles

    Service calls caused by a failure to replace the filter are not covered by warranty. Replacement water filters are available from Electrolux Home Products Spare Parts Centres and can be posted to you for your convenience Large height (refer to spare parts contact numbers on the warranty page).

  • Page 12: Installation

    ICE AND WATER MODELS (CONTINUED) It is recommended that a noise reduction valve also Step 1. be fitted in the water supply line. This will reduce water Ensure that the refrigerator is hammer and its effects from quick action household taps disconnected from and fast acting valves on appliances.

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    be black in colour. This is residual carbon dust from the Step 8. filter and is non-toxic. If the water is slow to shut off or the Push shorter tube into tap dispenser is dripping, air may still be in the lines. Either fitting past insertion mark.

  • Page 14: Changing The Water Filter

    ICE AND WATER MODELS (CONTINUED) CHANGING THE WATER FILTER Press a drinking glass against the water dispenser while checking for any leaks at the filter housing. Any spurts and sputters that occur as the system purges IMPORTANT air out of the dispenser system are normal.

  • Page 15: Using Your Refrigerator

    USING YOUR REFRIGERATOR REMOVING FEATURES Refrigerators work by transferring heat from the food inside to the outside air. This operation makes the back and sides of the refrigerator feel warm or even hot particularly at FreshZone™ Double Insulated crisper start-up and on warm days – this is normal. Removal Avoid placing food against the air vents in the refrigerator as it affects efficient circulation.

  • Page 16: Twist & Serve Ice

    USING YOUR REFRIGERATOR (CONTINUED) Slide the drawer into place over the slides and push the bin in until it stops. Drop drawer into position. Door bin mats The door bin mats prevent items placed in the bins from sliding around, catch small spills in the door bins and allow small spills to be cleaned up by simply putting the mats in the dishwasher.

  • Page 17: Led Lighting

    CONTROLLING ABOUT THE USER INTERFACE Before you remove the ice carriage, remember to disengage it from the glass shelf as it may result in damage to the assembly. The following pages explain the various functions of the user interface to help you better understand how to get the Remove the centre runner by disengaging it at the most out of your new refrigerator.

  • Page 18: Functions Of The User Interface

    CONTROLLING (CONTINUED) FUNCTIONS OF THE USER INTERFACE ETE4600, ETE4607, ETE5400, EBE5367, EHE5267 ERE5047 ETE5407, EBE4500, EBE4507, EBE5300, EBE5307 Button / Icon Description Primary Function Compartment Selector button Selects controllable compartment. Lock Icon Indicates if the user interface is locked.

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    Function Icon Operation (depending on model) Setting the temperature Press button 1 to select compartment on icon 3 Press buttons 6 or 7 to adjust temperature up or down. Boost mode Press button 10 until the snowflake icon is illuminated. Increases the chill rate of the Boost mode can be deselected using button 10.

  • Page 20: The Freezer User Interface

    CONTROLLING (CONTINUED) THE FREEZER USER INTERFACE EFE4227 Fast Ice on/off LED Fast Ice/ Ice maker on/off button Ice Maker on/off LED Temperature adjust/Replace filter button Freezer temperature scale LEDs Description Operation / Primary Function Fast Ice on/off LED Indicates the status of the Fast Ice function.

  • Page 21: Error Codes

    ERROR CODES & ALARMS Alarms Alarm Icon What it means Operation Freezer Temperature Alarm (Except Single door freezer) Activates if the freezer temperature is To deactivate the alarm for 50 minutes 10°c over set temperature for a period of press any button. 50 minutes (except during a defrost).

  • Page 22: General Information

    GENERAL INFORMATION CLEANING YOUR REFRIGERATOR Many commercially available cleaning products and detergents contain solvents that will damage your refrigerator. Use only a soft cloth with an unscented mild soap and lukewarm water. WARNING CAUTION BEFORE CLEANING: Turn the refrigerator off at the...

  • Page 23: Food Storage Guide

    FOOD STORAGE GUIDE Category Product Refrigerator Freezer Storage Tips Meat Sausages and Mince 1-2 Days 2-3 Months Keep cold meat at the back of the refrigerator where it is coldest. Chops and Steak 3-4 Days 4-6 Months Cold Meats 3-5 Days 4-6 Months Plastic can cause meat to sweat if stored in refrigerator for more than a...

  • Page 24: Troubleshooting

    GENERAL INFORMATION (CONTINUED) TROUBLESHOOTING Appliance does not operate at desired temperature In a modern frost free refrigerator / freezer, cold air is circulated around the various compartments through air vents using a high efficiency fan. Concern What to do Refrigerator is too warm.

  • Page 25: Refrigerator Operation

    TROUBLESHOOTING Refrigerator operation Concern What to do Appliance will not run Ensure that the cord is plugged into a live power outlet and outlet is switched on. Ensure that the household circuit breaker has not tripped or that the fuse has not blown. It is normal for the freezer fan not to operate during the automatic The appliance maybe in defrost mode, check again in half an hour.

  • Page 26: Ice Maker Troubleshooting

    If you have a problem, and the problem persists after you have made the checks mentioned, contact your nearest Electrolux approved Service Centre or the dealer you bought the refrigerator from. Be ready to quote the model number, the 9-digit PNC and 8-digit serial number, which...

  • Page 27: Noises

    NOISES HISSS! BRRR SSSRRR! SSSRRR! HISSS! HISSS! CRACK! CRACK! BLUBB! BLUBB!

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  • Page 31: Warranty Information

    Australia or New Zealand. for a major failure and for compensation for any other reasonably 3. During the Warranty Period Electrolux or its ASC will, at no extra charge foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the Appliance...

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    0800 225 088 email: customercare@electrolux.co.nz web: electrolux.co.nz To add a touch of professional inspiration to your home, visit electrolux.com.au or electrolux.co.nz electrolux.com.au or electrolux.co.nz P/No. 811948424 © 2016 Electrolux Home Products Pty Ltd. ABN 51 004 762 341 EMAN_TFBFMDSD_Jun16...

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