Danby DPR2262W user manual download

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Now inslallthe Refrigerator
in
!.heselectedlocation:
_,Put
the
Refrigeratorin placemakingsurethat the
fle×ibleco_nector
does
netkink.
3. Controls
NI
controlsare placedon the
console
locatedat Ihe basis
of
Ihe Refrigerator
and
are
connected
to Shecontrol
devices locatedin the Re£igerator's
back.
(Seelig. C and D).
4. Gas Installation
Place
Iha
selectorknob
(C3) to the
open
position
(C4)
bydepressing
and
thenturningit.
t
Depress
{C3) and hold itdepressed
while
actuating
the
piezo-igniler
(C5)a
few
times
oruntil
the flame lights
When tryingto light
the flame,
pressthe selector
valve buttonfor morethan 10seconds.
Gas
musl be
suppliedby
a 3/8"
copperpipefree
from
sharp-corner
curves,
mountedon
the conical
coupling
connected
to
the
manual shutoff
valve.
This
feed-pipemuslbe placed so as to
avoiddamage
when
the Refrigeratoris removedfrom
its
compartment.
Whenconnecling
theRefrigerator
to the
gas
supplyuse
a
pressure
control
valve in
the
propane
gasbotle.
Neverconnecthepropane
gas botlle
directy
to
the
Refrigerator.
Use propane gas only. As propane gas ]s
h{ghlyflammable, it is extremely important to
check
the effective sealing of all joints, from
bottle to Refrigerator.
After instalration,the gas supply must be
turned
on
and
all pipe joints checked for
leakage, from propane gas bottle to the burner,
using s water/soap solution. Never use
flame
to test for gas leakage.
Note:Anyservicingofgas
pipes
can on_be
performed
by
an
authorized
dealer.Shouldyou
delect
any
irregular
gaspressureor ins'_lla_ion,
contact
youdearer
or
an
anther;zeal
workshop.
The owner must
neverperform
any
tasksthat
requirethe looseningof gas pipes.
5. Howto getthe bestoutofyour
Refrigerator
5,1 How to
make
it work (Fig, C)
(Lighting instructions)
Wilhthe
Refrigerator
correctlyinstalls&gas
supply
connected
and manualshut
off
va,]ve
open,
the following
mustbe doneto makeit
work:
Turn
the thermostatknob
(C2)
to the
coldestsetting
{C8).
oTha sparks
canbe seen
through
the
light
conductor
(C1)
whichwill
light up
assoon
as the burner
goes
on.
If there areno sparkssee under=Trouble-shooting".
* Hold (C3)
it
depressed
for
anotherfive seconds.
Then release,checkingthatflamestays
on.
If the
flame goes
out,
repeatthe
procedure,
orconsult
item
Trouble-shooting.
Next
day:set
the
thermostat
knobto the defrostposition
(C6) for
at
least fiveminutes
checking
thatthe flame
does
notgoout.
o
Set
the
thermostat
Iowithin
its normal range
(C7).
5.2 Absorption Refrigerators are different,..
The
operation
of an
absorption
Refrigeratoris
noiseless
and,therefore,onecan
nottellwhelhe_
it is
working
by
simply
lislen[ngoWithin
onehour,
however,the bottom
of
the frozenfood
compartment
shouldbeginto get
cold.
Pulldown
tooperating
temperaturetakesfrom
six
to
hvelvehau/s,
depending
on
roomtemperature,
We
suggest
thatthe
Refrigeratorbe
left
empty
crur]rtg
the
first
few hours
ofoperation.
Atse
lateror=,avoid
pl_cing
Ion
much
food
in the
Refrigeratorat
one
time:
• Store perishablesfirst, leaving
other
foodstuffs
for
later,
Store largeramounls
preferably
in
Ihe
evening,notmore
than t0
]bs
(5 kilos)at a time.
,,Allow
hot foodto cool down
beforeplacing
it
in
the
Refrigeralor,
• Avoid keepingthe
doors
open
for morethan is strictly
necessary,
Do not store
flammable
substances
suchas gasolineand kerosenein
your Refrigeratorto
avoid
the riskof
explosionandfire.
Important
• Duringnormat
operaling
conditions,the thermostat(C2)
shouldbeset
within
the segmentedrange{C10.On very
hot
days,
orwhen
the Refrigeratoris
being
used
frequently,
sel the thermostatto the
cotdesl
podion of
the range.
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