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Built-in Columns Freezer
User manual
Congélateur
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Congelador
Manual del usuario
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INDEX
1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
IMPORTANT SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL HANDLING DIRECTIONS
For your safety.................................................................................................................................................................
Important information when using the appliance.................................................................................................
Caring for the environment..........................................................................................................................................
Cleaning, sanitization and maintenance of the ice and/or water dispenser (if present)...........................
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4
4
5
5
2
2.1
2.2
2.3
INSTALLATION
Installation.........................................................................................................................................................................
Connection to the water system.................................................................................................................................
Connection to the electrical power supply...............................................................................................................
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6
6
6
3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
BEFORE STARTING
Know your appliance......................................................................................................................................................
Main components............................................................................................................................................................
Electric Control.................................................................................................................................................................
Main control panel..........................................................................................................................................................
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4
4.1
4.2
4.3
BASIC OPERATIONAL OF THE APPLIANCE
Turning the appliance on and o................................................................................................................................
How to adjust the temperature for dierent requirements................................................................................
Information signals of warning messages on the display..................................................................................
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10
11
12
5
5.1
5.2
CUSTOMIZE FUNCTIONS AND SETTINGS
Functions...........................................................................................................................................................................
Settings..............................................................................................................................................................................
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13
18
6
6.1
INTERNAL LAYOUT
Internal layout (positioning, adjustment, removal)...............................................................................................
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24
7
7.1
7.2
ACTIVATION AND USE OF THE ICE MAKER
Activation and use of the Ice Maker...........................................................................................................................
Water filter for freezer column Ice Maker................................................................................................................
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8.1
LIGHTING
Lighting...............................................................................................................................................................................
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9
9.1
9.2
FOOD STORAGE
General directions...........................................................................................................................................................
How to best preserve food quality..............................................................................................................................
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10
10.1
10.2
10.3
CARE AND CLEANING
Care and Cleaning...........................................................................................................................................................
Internal Cleaning.............................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning of the toe kick cover and condenser........................................................................................................
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11.1
11.2
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Troubleshooting Guide...................................................................................................................................................
Error messages appearing on the display..............................................................................................................
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12
12.1
WARRANTY
Warranty.............................................................................................................................................................................
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1.1 For your safety
> If this appliance is replacing an existing appliance
which must be removed or disposed of, make sure
that it does not become a dangerous trap for chil-
dren by cutting its power supply cable and render-
ing it impossible to close the door. Use the same
caution at the end of the lifespan of the new appli-
ance.
> This appliance is designed to refrigerate bever-
ages and foods and is intended for domestic use.
> The appliance must be installed by following
the instructions in the Installation Guide, particu-
lar care should be taken not to obstruct the vent
openings of the appliance and of the built-in units.
> The appliance features a concentrated lighting
system with LED lamps. Do not stare into these
lamps when they are on to avoid possible eyesight
damage.
This warning is also contained on the label attached
to the inside of the freezer door.
> When the freezer is functioning do not touch the
inner surfaces in stainless steel with wet or damp
hands, since skin may stick to the very cold sur-
faces.
> Do not use any type of electrical equipment inside
of the food conservation compartments.
> When positioning the shelves, do not place fingers
in the shelf slide guides.
> Do not position containers of flammable liquids
near the appliance.
> Completely switch o the appliance and unplug
the power supply cable during cleaning operations.
If the plug is not easily reached, it is a good idea to
turn o the breaker or remove the fuse that con-
trols the socket that the appliance is connected to.
> The packaging material can be dangerous for
children: do not allow children to play with the plas-
tic bags, plastic film or Styrofoam.
> Any repairs must be performed by a qualified
Bertazzoni Service technician.
> This appliance is not intended for use by persons
(including children) with reduced physical, sensory
or lack of experience and knowledge unless they
have been given supervision or instruction con-
cerning use of the appliance by a person responsi-
ble for their safety. Children should be supervised
to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
> Do not damage the appliance refrigerant circuit
pipes.
> Do not store explosive substances such as aerosol
cans with a flammable propellant in this appliance.
> If the power cord of this appliance is damaged,
it must be replaced by the manufacturer, service
company or a similarly qualified person. Improper
installations and repairs may put the user at con-
siderable risk.
> Repairs may be performed by the manufacturer,
service company or a similarly qualified person
only.
> Plug into a grounded 3 prong outlet.
> Do not remove ground prong.
> Do not use an adapter.
> Do not use an extension cord.
> Disconnect power to all units before servicing.
> If the SUPPLY CORD is damaged, it must be repla-
ced by the manufacturer, its service agent or simi-
lar qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
> Children should be supervised to ensure that they
do not play with the appliance.
1.2 Important information when using
the appliance
> Never use electrical appliances inside the appli-
ance (e.g. heater, electric ice maker, etc.). Explosion
hazard!
> Never defrost or clean the appliance with a
steam cleaner! The steam may penetrate electri-
cal parts and cause a short-circuit. Risk of electric
shock!
> Do not use pointed and sharp-edged implements
to remove frost or layers of ice. You could dam-
age the refrigerant tubes. Leaking refrigerant may
cause eye injuries or ignite.
> Do not store products which contain flammable
propellants (e.g. spray cans) or explosive sub-
stances in the appliance.
Explosion hazard!
> Do not stand on or lean heavily against base of
appliance, drawers or doors, etc.
> Before cleaning the appliance, pull out the power
cord plug or switch o the fuse. Do not pull out the
power cord plug by tugging on the power cord.
> Store high-percentage alcohol tightly closed and
standing up.
> Keep plastic parts and the door seal free of oil
and grease. Otherwise, parts and door seal will
become porous.
> Never cover or block the ventilation openings for
the appliance.
1. IMPORTANT SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL HANDLING DIRECTIONS
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EN
Symbols used in the Guide:
Note
Recommendations for correct use of the
appliance
Important
Directions for avoiding appliance damage
Warning
Indications for avoiding injury to people
1.3 Caring for the environment
> Pay special attention to correct disposal proce-
dure for all the packaging materials.
> The appliance must not be disposed of with urban
waste. Contact local waste disposal centers for on
how to dispose of recyclable waste.
> Prior to disposal, cut the power supply cord and
make it impossible to close the door.
> During disposal, avoid damage to the refrigera-
tion circuit.
> The appliance does not contain hazardous sub-
stances for the atmospheric ozone layer, neither in
the refrigeration circuit nor in the insulation.
1.4 Cleaning, sanitization and mainte-
nance of the ice and/or water dispens-
er (if present)
Failure to follow the instructions regarding sanitiz-
ing can compromise the hygienic safety of the wa-
ter dispensed.
> When using the appliance for the first time and
every time the filter is changed, it is recommended
to let the water flow in the circuit using the “Manual
Cleaning” and discard the ice produced in the first
24 hours.
> If the water dispenser has not been used for more
than 4/5 days, it is advisable to clean the circuit and
run o the first litre of water.
> Reposition the removable water dispenser (if pre-
sent), ensuring your hands are hygienically clean.
> Clean the ice bucket or drawer regularly but using
only drinking water.
> The filter must be changed when indicated on the
control panel or when the ice/water dispenser has
not been used for more than 30 days.
> With each filter replacement, sanitise the ice and/
or water distribution system using a food grade
disinfectant (with sodium hypochlorite), which does
not alter the characteristics of the materials. Rinse
with at least 1/2 gallon of water before use.
> Only original spare parts supplied by the manu-
facturer should be used when replacing compo-
nents in the ice and water dispenser.
> Any work on the appliance must be carried out
by a qualified technician or the After-sales Service.
Warning
To avoid contamination of food, please
respect the following instructions:
> Opening the door for long periods can
cause a significant increase of the tempe-
rature in the compartments of the applian-
ce.
> Clean regularly surfaces that can come in
contact with food and accessible drainage
systems.
> Clean water tanks if they have not been
used for 48 h; flush the water system con-
nected to a water supply if water has not
been drawn for 5 days.
> Store raw meat and fish in suitable con-
tainers in the appliance, so that it is not in
contact with or drip onto other food.
> If the refrigerating appliance is left empty
for long periods, switch o, defrost, clean,
dry, and leave the door open to prevent
mould developing within the appliance.
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2. INSTALLATION
2.3 Connection to the electrical power
supply
The appliance operates at 115 V AC, 60 Hz and is
equipped with a power supply cord with a 3-prong
grounded plug, which must be connected to a cor-
responding 3-prong (15 Amp) grounding-type wall
receptacle.
Important
Do not use extension cords and/or mul-
tiple adapters for the power supply con-
nection.
2.1 Installation
Make sure that installation is performed correctly,
adhering to all directions in the specific installation
manual provided with the appliance.
Warning
Always connect the water before the
power.
2.2 Connection to the water system
The models provided with Ice Maker require a con-
nection to the domestic water supply system. This
can be executed through the 1/4” water line (copper
or polyethylene)to the house water supply.
The system pressure must be between from 8 psi
to 75 psi (between 0.5 bar and 5 bar).
Dierent pressures can cause malfunctions or le-
aks in the water system.
The appliance should be supplied only with drinka-
ble water.
Warning
The appliance should be supplied only
with drinkable water.
Warning
Make sure that installation is performed
correctly, according to all of the direc-
tions in the specific installation manual
provided with the appliance.
Warning
Do not attempt to use a locally sourced
garden hose threaded adapter or braid-
ed supply line. It will strip the threads on
the appliance water connection solenoid.
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KS5990FZ3IU
HKEAFIS1X..UA
F20200101000006
MODEL
CODE
TECHNICAL CODE
SER.NO./N° SERIE
3186660
ETL LISTED
Conforms to
UL 60335-1 and
UL 60335-2-24
Certified to
CSA C22.2#60335-1
CSA C22.2#60335-2-24
BERTAZZONI SPA
VIA PALAZZINA, 8 - 42016 GUSTALLA (RE) - ITALY
Fridge Gas Fill Charge
Quantité de Gaz Réfrigerateur
Freezer Gas Fill Charge
Quantité de Gaz Congélateur
Total Absorbed Current
Courant Absorbée Totale
Voltage
Tension
Frequency
Frequence
Refrigerant Gas Type
Type de Gaz Rèfrigerant
Defrost Heater
Chemical name of blowing gas
IP number
Adresse IP
oz
oz
A
V
Hz
W
Made in Italy
6.3
3.0
115
60
344
HFO
R134a
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3. BEFORE STARTING
Position of the serial number inside the
compartment.
3.1 Know your appliance
Congratulations for having purchased your new
appliance: from now on you can use our innovative
conservation system, which will allow you to keep
any kind of beverage in the best way possible.
This manual will answer most of your questions
about the product’s features. Should you require fur-
ther information, please check our website
> our website
> or write us an e-mail at
aftersaleservice@bertazzoni.com
Important
Before calling, write down the model type
and serial number which are available on
the warranty certificate and on the rating
plate, and any messages which may have
appeared on the display. Built In freezers
come with 2 years parts & labor warranty,
and 5 year parts & labor for sealed system
only.
The rating plate is located into the appliance, on side
cabinet, close to the shelves.
Before calling, please make sure to have the fol-
lowing information ready:
- Date of Purchase;
- Name of dealer where product was purchased.
in the US http://us.bertazzoni.com/care-service
in Canada https://ca.bertazzoni.com/more/support
Model .
Code .
Technical Code .
Features .
Serial Number .
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Freezer
1) Stainless steel body.
2) Interactive control panel.
3) Adjustable height shelf.
4) Ice maker container.
5) Door bins.
6) LED illuminations.
7) Stainless drawers.
8) Removable toe kick.
3.2 Main components
3. BEFORE STARTING
Freezer
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3.4 Main control panel
3.3 Eletronic Control
The innovative electronic control system designed by Bertazzoni maintains constant temperature in the
entire compartment and visualizes it on the control panel display. It also allows user interaction mak-
ing it possible to personalize settings of the various functions and to receive sound and/or visual mes-
sages should any malfunction occur in the appliance.
Home
Touch the Home icon for going back to the main display screen.
Alarm
Touch the icon to view the alarm tone functions and to deactivate them.
Back
Touch the arrow icon for going back to the previous display screen.
On/ Off:
Touch the icon to turn the unit on or off.
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Functions
Settings
18
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°C
Functions
Settings
Initial test…
Are you sure you
want to power off
this unit?
Yes No
Are you sure?
Yes No
4. BASIC OPERATIONAL OF THE APPLIANCE
4.1 Turning the appliance on and o
First time starting the unit
Touch the button . The display shows the
following launch screens:
When the appliance is first switched on it is recco-
mended to wait at least 12 hours without opening
the doors and before placing any food inside the
unit.During such period deactivate any error mes-
sage by pressing the Alarm button.
4) Home screen.
- Freezer compartment
-18° (0°F)
When the freezer is o there are no warning
signs that prove that the freezer is plugged
to a socket.
2) Touch the icon
Yes to switch off.
3) Confirm
shutdown by
touching the
Yes icon.
1) Bertazzoni Logo.
2) Initial test
(lasts 3 minuts).
3) The display shows the main screen with the
envirorment temperature measured from the
fridge inside the compartments. Automatically
the unit starts to cool down until reaching the set
temperatures.
Shutdown.
1) touch the bottom off.
Switching off for longer periods
During long absence periods it is recommended
to switch off the freezer by pressing the Unit
button for three seconds and disconnecting
the electrical plug or the breaker controlling the
socket.
Completely empty the freezer, clean and dry it
and leave the doors and drawers partially open
to prevent unpleasant odors.
If at the first startup the Standby message
does not appear, but another message ap-
pears, it means that the appliance has al-
ready started the cooling process.
During the first startup, it will not be possi-
ble to use the Menu to modify the factory set-
tings until the preset temperature has been
reached.
Each time the appliance is switched on it goes
through a self-diagnosis procedure lasting
three minutes before completely starting up.
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18
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°C
- 14 °C
- 16
- 15
0
- 13
OK
- 14 °C
- 16
- 15
0
- 13
OK
Functions
Settings
18
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°C
- 14 °C
- 16
- 15
0
- 13
OK
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4.2 How to adjust the temperature for
dierent requirements.
Each model has been carefully tested before leaving
the factory and is adjusted in such a way to ensure
high performance and low power consumption.
Usually, it is not necessary to modify the settings.
How it looks to the home screen:
Freezer
compartment
Preset
temperature
3) Touch the Ok icon
to confirm the desi-
der temperature.
Modify the temperatures compartment
How to modify the freezer compartment
temperature.
1) Home screen. Touch
the icon of freezer
compartement.
2) Scoll up/down to
select the desided
temperature
freezer from -13° C
to -23° C (from 9° F
to -11° F)
The temperature shown can vary slightly in
respect to the set temperature following
frequent openings of the doors or insertion
of room temperature foods or large
quantities of foods.
6 to 12 hours are necessary to reach the
selected temperature.
Padlock icon.
The padlock icon shows up when the temperatu-
res are set up.
The padlock open/close shows that the com-
partment's temperatures can or can not be
modified by the user.
Usually a yellow padlock will show open, in that
case you can scroll up or down with a finger on
the display, select the desired temperature and
press OK to confirm.
Whereas a closed padlock will be seen if the
user has activated a function that modifies the
settings of the refrigerator and prevents the
user from changing the temperature of the
compartment.
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- 14 °C
- 16
- 15
0
- 13
OK
4. BASIC OPERATIONAL OF THE APPLIANCE
If the icon function is touched and a specific
function is set (for example holiday, ect...), the
yellow padlock will be seen closed and it won't
be possible to change the temperature of the
compartments as long as the function won't be
completed or if it is manually deactivated as
long as the function is active.
4.3 Information signals of warning
messages on the display.
An integrated control system will give infor-
mation through messages you will see on the
display.
There is an alarm tone that occurs with some
error messages which can be turned off by tou-
ching the alarm button on the main
control panel.
You can find the list of the error messages at the
end of this manual.
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Shopping Mode Freezer
(up to 24 hours)
On Off
Functions
Settings
18
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°C
Rapid Bottle Cooler
Vacation Mode
Shopping Mode Freezer
Rapid Bottle Cooler
Vacation Mode
Vacation Mode
9
Hour
11
10
7
8
OK
Ice Maker
Water Filter
Water Filter
Rapid Bottle Cooler
Vacation Mode
Shopping Mode Freezer
Water System Purge
EN
It is possible to program this function 1 to 24
hours in advance.
5. CUSTOMIZE FUNCTIONS AND SETTINGS
5.1 Functions.
INFORMATION FOR THE USE OF THE DISPLAY.
It is possible to personalize the operation of your
Bertazzoni unit in order to adapt it to the different
ways you might want to use it.
After touching the icon Function on the
home screen , the icons for the following fun-
ctions will be shown.
1) Shopping Mode Freezer.
2) Vacation Mode.
3) Rapid Bottle Cooler.
4) Ice Maker.
5) Water filter.
6) Circuit cleaning.
C) Touch the On
icon to activate the
function.
B) Touch the icon
Shopping Mode
freezer.
D) Scroll up /
down to setting
the desired time
and then press Ok.
A) Home screen.
Touch the Fun-
ctions icon.
1) Shopping Mode Freezer
The function works at the maximum power level,
without any break, from a minimum of 1 to a
maximum of 12 hours, depending on time set,
permitting more rapid freezing of food that has
just been placed in the freezer. Once the time set
is expired, the function deactivates automatically,
returning to the previously set temperature. It
is possible to program a timed activation of the
function.
After a prolonged interruption of power supply, it is
necessary to reactivate the function.
Functions
14
9Day
11
10
7
8
OK
Rapid Bottle Cooler
Vacation Mode
Shopping Mode Freezer
Functions
Settings
18
-
°C
Vacation Mode
On Off
Rapid Bottle Cooler
Vacation Mode
Shopping Mode Freezer
37Min
39
38
35
36
OK
Functions
Settings
18
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°C
Rapid Bottle Cooler
On Off
3) Rapid Bottle Cooler
This function can be activated when it is necessary
to cool o beverages quickly, by placing them
inside the freezer compartment.
It is possible to select a duration of 1 to 45 minutes.
A sound signal will indicated when the optimal tem-
perature has been reached.
After removing the beverages, deactivate the sound
signal by pressing the Alarm button .
2) Vacation Mode
This function (recommended in case of prolonged
absences since it allows considerable energy
savings) brings the freezer compartment
temperature to -18° C (-0.4° F)
It is possible to program the duration, or it can be
manually deactivated upon return after a period
of absence. This function remains active even if
during the period of absence there is a prolonged
interruption of electrical power.
It is possible to program a period from 1 to 90 days.
C) Touch the button
On to activate the
function.
B) Touch the Vaca-
tion Mode icon.
D) Scroll up /
down to set the
desired time (in
days) and then
press Ok.
It is possible to pro-
gram a period from
1 to 90 days.
A) Home screen.
Touch the Fun-
ctions icon.
C) Touch the button
On to activate the
function.
B) Touch the Rapid
Bottle Cooler icon.
D) Scroll up /
down to set the
desired time (in
minutes) and then
press Ok.
A) Home screen.
Touch the
Functions icon.
5. CUSTOMIZE FUNCTIONS AND SETTINGS
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Functions
Settings
18
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°C
Ice Maker
Yes No
Ice Maker Water Filter
Water System Purge
Functions
Settings
18
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°C
Ice Maker On/Off Set Cube Size
Superice
Set Cube Size
Superice
Set Cube Size
Medium Large
Superice
Ice Maker Water Filter
Water System Purge
EN
4) Ice Maker activation
A pre-rinse of the water circuit should be performed
before activating the Ice Maker for the first time.
After a few minutes the Ice Maker can be activated.
Important
Do not activate the Ice Maker unless the
appliance is connected to the water line.
B) Scroll twice right
and then touch the
Ice Maker icon.
C) Touch the button
Yes to activate the
ice maker.
A) Home screen.
Touch the Fun-
ctions icon.
4a) Set Ice cube Size - SuperIce
The IceMaker function permits selecting the size
of the ice cubes, by choosing between Large (base
setting) or Medium, and activation of the SuperIce
function, which increases the quantity of produced
ice.
The SuperIce function deactivates automatically
after 24 hours.
B) Scroll twice
right and then
touch the icon ice
maker.
D) Touch the Me-
dium/Large icon to
choose the desired
Set Cube Size.
C) Touch the Set
Cube Size icon.
The default cube
size is "medium".
E) If you would like
to increase the
production of ice,
touch the Superice
icon, this will ena-
ble the freezer to
produce more ice,
up to 1,5kg a day.
A) Home screen.
Touch the Fun-
ctions icon.
F) Confirm the
function or not by
touching the On or
Off button.
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Functions
Settings
18
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°C
Enable reminder
countdown timer?
Yes No
Water Filter
Ice Maker Water Filter
Water System Purge
Ice Maker Water Filter
Water System Purge
Disable reminder?
Yes No
Water Filter
Functions
Settings
18
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°C
Next Reminder…
Left Xxx Days
Off Reset
Water Filter
Are you sure?
On
Water Filter
Next reminder…
Left 365 days
Water Filter Status
C) Confirm the fun-
ction by touching
the On button.
5) Water Filter Activation
The water filter is essential for the purification of
the water used for making ice, for cleaning the
circuit or for supplying water for the freezer com-
partment. The display permits visualizing the time
left before the filter needs to be replaced. The water
filter Remider has to be activated by the user.
B) Scroll once
right and then
touch the Water
filter icon.
A) Home screen.
Touch the
Functions icon.
E) Indicates the
remaining days
before the repla-
cement due date
of the filter.
Touch the home
button .
D) Confirm the fun-
ction by touching
the Yes button.
D) Confirm the
function by tou-
ching the Yes
button.
C) Push Off to
activate Water
Filter Reminder.
B) Scroll once
right and then
touch the Water
filter icon.
A) Home screen.
Touch the Fun-
ctions icon.
5a) Water Filter Deactivation
To deactivate an active filter reminder follow
these steps:
5. CUSTOMIZE FUNCTIONS AND SETTINGS
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Ice Maker Water Filter
Water System Purge
Functions
Settings
18
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°C
Reset reminder
countdown?
Yes No
Water Filter
Next reminder…
Left 365 days
Water Filter Status
Next Reminder…
Left Xxx Days
Off Reset
Water Filter
Yes No
Manual Clean
Functions
Settings
18
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°C
Ice Maker Water Filter
Water System Purge
Enter
Start Cleaning
Manual Clean
Manual Clean
Please wait...
Cleaning running
Manual Clean
EN
Push Home button to go back to the main
screen or push "Yes" to deactivate filter
reminder.
C) Touch the Reset
button.
D) Touch the Yes
button to proceed.
E) The countdown
to the next water
filter cartridge
replacement will
be indicated.
A) Home screen.
Touch the Fun-
ctions icon.
B) Scroll once
right and then
touch the Water
Filter icon.
5b) Reset Filter
The Reset Filter function sets to zero the time left
before the filter needs to be replaced. It is neces-
sary to set the reminder function to zero each time
the cartridge is replaced.
C) Touch the Yes
icon to activate the
manual cleaning.
B) Touch the Water
System Purge
icon.
E) Touch the Enter
icon to start the
cleaning.
F) Cleaning run-
ning...
D) Please wait...
6) Manual Clean, Water Filter
If ice production has been disabled or unused for a
long period it is recommended to perform a Manual
Clean function.
Before proceeding it is important to turn o the ice
maker.
A) Home screen.
Touch the Fun-
ctions icon.
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Sabbath
Sabbath
Reset Demo
Sabbath
Maintenance Service
Info System
Date Time
°c / °f Language
Date Time
Maintenance
Service
Empty water from ice bin.
Replace ice bin and press OK.
OK
Cleaning completed
Please wait...
Cleaning completed
5. CUSTOMIZE FUNCTIONS AND SETTINGS
It is possible to personalize the settings of your
Bertazzoni freezer for adapting it to the different
ways you might want to use it.
5.2 Settings.
1) Date.
2) Time.
3) Celsius or Fahrenheit.
4) Language.
5) Sabbath.
6) Reset.
7) Demo Mode.
8) Maintenance.
9) Service.
10) Info System.
G) At the end of
the cleaning, press
Ok and empty wa-
ter from ice bin.
H) Wait a few se-
conds for the main
menu screen to
appear.
Place a water container or vessel under the
ice tray to capture any water then close the
drawer.
Repeat the cleaning steps until the water in the
freezer tray is clean.
Bypass filter
The included filtration system can be bypassed
when excellent water qualty is available from the
home water system. You can simply remove the
water filter from the adapter and the system will
automatically bypass the cartridge.
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Date Time
°c / °f Language
9
Month
11
10
7
8
OK
2017
Year
2019
2018
2015
2016
OK
Functions
Settings
18
-
°C
9Day
11
10
7
8
OK
Hour?
12 24
Functions
Settings
18
-
°C
37Min
39
38
35
36
OK
Date Time
°c / °f Language
9
Hour
11
10
7
8
OK
EN
1) Date
The display will show the date in the format
(day:month:year).
By touching the display you can modify the settings.
C) Scroll up or
down until the de-
sired year appears
and press Ok.
D) Scroll up or
down until the
desired month
appears and press
Ok.
B) Touch the Date
icon.
A) Home screen.
Touch the Set-
tings icon.
E) Scroll up or
down until the de-
sires date appears
and press Ok.
C) Touch the desi-
red method which
you want the time
to display: 12 hour
or 24 hours.
B) Touch the Time
icon.
2) Time
The display shows the hours and minutes in the
format hh:mm.
This function selects the display at 12 or 24 h.
A) Home screen.
Touch the Set-
tings icon.
D) Scroll up /
down to set the
hour and then
press Ok.
E) Scroll up / down
to set the minutes
and then press Ok.
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OK
°C
°F
Functions
Settings
18
-
°C
Date Time
°c / °f Language
Functions
Settings
18
-
°C
Français
Español
Deutsch
Italiano
English
OK
Date Time
°c / °f Language
5. CUSTOMIZE FUNCTIONS AND SETTINGS
C) Scroll up / down
to select either
centigrade or
Fahrenheit degre-
es and press Ok.
B) Touch the icon
°C/°F.
3) SET °C/°F
This function allows the temperature to be dis-
played in Centigrade or Fahrenheit. The factory
setting in Centigrade.
A) Home screen.
Touch the Set-
tings icon.
B) Touch the Lan-
guage icon.
C) Scroll up /
down to select the
desired language
and press Ok.
4) Language
To set the language of the freezer, simply touch
the settings button on the display.
A) Home screen.
Touch the Set-
tings icon.
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Functions
Settings
18
-
°C
Sabbath
Reset Demo
Sabbath Mode
Functions
Settings
18
-
°C
Sabbath
Reset Demo
Confirm resetting
to factory
default settings?
Yes No
Reset
Yes No
Reset complete
Reset
Confirm
Sabbath Mode
Yes No
Sabbath Mode
Yes No
EN
6) Reset
It gives the possibility to restore the base settings
that were set in the factory, cancelling all the
changes that has been made from there onward.
5) Sabbath Mode
The function makes it possible to comply to certain
religious observances requiring the operation of
the appliance to not be aected by the opening or
closing of the doors. The thermostatic control, in-
ner lighting and ice maker are deactivated.
C) Touch the Yes
button to confirm
the selection of the
resetting of factory
default settings.
D) Touch the Yes
button.
E) The reset has
been performed.
The freezer's fac-
tory settings have
been restored.
A) Home screen.
Touch the Settings
icon.
B) Scroll right
twice and touch
Reset icon.
A) Home screen.
Touch the Settings
icon.
B) Scroll right
twice and touch
the Sabbath icon.
C) Touch the Yes
button to activate
the function.
D) Touch the Yes
button to activate
the function.
E) The fridge will
work accordingly to
this configuration.
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Functions
Settings
18
-
°C
Sabbath
Reset Demo
Demo Mode
1
3
2
4
Turn Demo Mode
On? (no cooling)
Passcode required
Yes No
Maintenance Service
Info System
Functions
Settings
18
-
°C
Demo Mode
Yes No
5. CUSTOMIZE FUNCTIONS AND SETTINGS
7) Demo Mode
It is possbile to simulate the functioning of the
fridge, for showroom display or for trade shows.
8) Maintenance (through alarm sign).
For the entire unit to function as designed, it is
important to periodically clean the access toe-kick
cover and the condenser.
The default setting of the unit is"Warning disa-
bled".
The required cleaning every 6 months is denoted by
an audible and visual message on the display.
For details see following pages.
D) Insert the
password for the
activation.
Default password
1-2-3-4
C) Touch Yes.
E) Push Yes or No
button
B) Scroll to the
right three times
and touch the
Maintenance icon.
A) Home screen.
Touch the Settings
icon.
A) Home screen.
Touch the Settings
icon.
B) Scroll right
twice and touch
Demo icon.
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Functions
Settings
18
-
°C
Sk Power
Sk User
HW: 0504
SW: 0518
HW: 1002
SW: 1069 - G1011
Disable reminder?
Yes No
Clean Condenser
Maintenance Service
Info System
Next reminder…
Left 180 days
Clean Condenser
Off Reset
Enable reminder
countdown timer?
Yes No
Clean Condenser
D) To enable it,
touch the Yes icon.
EN
10) Info System
The Info System function shows the product data,
for example the software code, serial number and
the factory code of the freezer.
B) Touch the Info
System icon.
C) The display will
show the data spe-
cific to the applian-
ce.
A) Home screen.
Touch the Settings
icon.
C) If you want to
enable the war-
ning touch the icon
reset.
E) To disable the
warning, touch the
yes button.
9) Service
The service function is reserved for the
authorized Bertazzoni after sales service
technician.
If you want to disable the reminder, at step C
touch Off, then touch Yes as below
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1
2
6.1 Internal Layout (positioning, adjust-
ment, removal).
Ice Tray
Located in the upper drawer of the freezer com-
partment.
> after removal, make sure to reposition it cor-
rectly.
Warning
Do not place hands or fingers near the Ice-
maker when in function.
Shelves
The shelves are sliding and can be easily re-posi-
tioned by the user as follows:
> release the locking knob by turning it anti-clock-
wise.
> lift or lower the shelf to the desired position.
> re-tighten the locking knob. To remove a shelf it is
necessary to slide it upwards.
6. INTERNAL LAYOUT
Door bins
The door bins can be easily removed for cleaning
> Hold the door bin at the sides and push it upwards
to detach from the side rails, then pull it outwards.
> Reverse the procedure to reinstall.
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Ice Maker
Water Filter
Ice Maker On/Off Set Cube Size
Superice
Ice Maker
Water Filter
Vacation Mode
Water Filter
Water System Purge
Ice Maker
Water Filter
EN
7. ACTIVATION AND USE OF THE ICE MAKER
Do the ice cubes have an unusual odour?
Ice is a porous material which can absorb odours
from the environment. Ice cubes which have been in
the ice cube container for a long time may absorb
odours, stick together and slowly become smaller.
We recommend that old ice cubes not be used.
Other means of preventing odors:
> The ice cube container should be cleaned occa-
sionally with warm water. Make sure that you switch
o the ice maker before clearing the container. Rinse
out and wipe dry.
> Check the contents of the freezer for spoiled or out-
of-date food. All odorous foods should be wrapped
thoroughly or stored in airtight containers to prevent
the build-up of odors.
> The water filter may have to be replaced in some
models.
> In some cases the quality of the water connection
in the house should be checked.
Operating noises
Quite normal noises
> Grumbling: refrigerating unit is running. Fan in the
recirculating air system is running.
> Bubbling, humming or gurgling noises: refrigerant
is flowing through the tubes.
> Clicking: motor is switching on or o. Solenoid
valve on the water connection is opening/closing.
> Rumbling: ice cubes are falling into the ice cube
container.
Warning
Do not place any bottles or food for rapid
cooling in the ice cube container. The ice
maker may become blocked and be dam-
aged.
7.2 Water filter for freezer column
Ice Maker
Freezer columns equipped with automatic ice-mak-
ers include an externally mounted water filter kit.
The water filter manifold and waterline connections
must be installed in conjunction with the freezer as
the waterline connecting the back of the appliance
to the filter kit must be in place before installing the
unit.
7.1 Activation and use of the Ice Maker
Note
> If the ice is not used frequently is advisable
to empty the ice bin once every 8-10 days.
It is normal that some ice cubes stick to one
another. If the ice is not frequently used, the
older cubes can become opaque, and will
have a strange flavour and become smaller.
> The Icemaker automatically deactivates if
the Vacation function is activated.
When the Icemaker is started for the first
time, it is recommended to dispose of the first
full bin of ice.
> If the equipment has been switched o for
a month or more, it is recommended to per-
form a water and filter cleaning cycle.
Warning
The ice maker will continue to operate
even when the ice bin is not in position
To activate the Ice Maker after installation of the ap-
pliance touch the function icon and then and then the
ice maker icon from the functions .
Please note that 12 to 24 hours are necessary be-
fore ice production may begin.
The production is of 10 cubes per cycle in approx-
imately 10 cycles in 24 hours.
The yield depends on the temperature set in the
freezer, the room temperature and the frequency of
door opening.
If the appliance is operating without being connected
to the water system, make sure that the Icemaker is
deactivated by toch the icon .
The Ice Maker produces ice until the ice tray is full
and will automatically stop once the maximum level
is reached.
With the SuperIce function, it is possible to in-
crease the quantity of ice produced within 24 hours,
while the Set Cube Size function permits
selection of the size of the produced ice cubes.
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Water Filter
The filter kit should be installed in an accessible
location (such as an adjacent cabinet) to allow for
the water filter cartridge to be changed annually.
If you choose not to use the water filter (such as
connecting the appliance to an already filtered
water source) then it is suggested to also set the
function Water Filter throught the icon ,touch
the icon reset and disable the warning to avoid
receiving reminders to change the filter (that you
are not using).
7. ACTIVATION AND USE OF THE ICE MAKER
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Freezer
from -13° C to -23° C
(from 9° F to -11° F)
EN
8. LIGHTING
8.1 Lighting
To provide optimum interior lighting, LED strips illu-
minate the freezer compartment from the side and
sets of LED lights directly illuminate dierent areas
of the compartment.
In case of malfunction and/or wearing out of the
lighting system, the repair should be carried out by a
qualified Bertazzoni Service technician.
9. FOOD STORAGE
9.1 General directions
Your appliance is designed to ensure precise, con-
stant temperatures and appropriate humidity levels
in all compartments.
Nevertheless, to properly preserve all of your foods,
it is not enough to have an excellent appliance. It is
also necessary to know the rules for correct food
preservation.
Do bear in mind that all foods will inevitably change
their characteristics over the passage of time. This
change begins long before the food is consumed,
since foods contain micro organisms which multi-
ply and can cause deterioration. This process occurs
more rapidly due to improper handling, preservation
temperatures and humidity levels.
It is therefore recommended to follow the directions
presented below which will permit using your freez-
er in the most eective and safe manner to keep
your foods in the best way for as long as possible.
Periodically check that all foods are in a perfect state
of preservation. If you believe that a food item was
kept for an excessive period of time and may be de-
teriorated, do not consume this item or even taste it,
even if it seems to still be healthy, since the bacteria
that cause deterioration of food can also cause poi-
soning and illness.
When in doubt, throw the food away.
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10. CARE AND CLEANING
9.2 How to best preserve food quality
When buying groceries
Always take the following precautions:
> Place any packages of raw meat, fish or poultry in
plastic bags so that they do not drip on other foods.
> Purchase meat, poultry and fish last. Do not leave
your groceries in a warm car after shopping. Keep a
freezer bag in your car and use it in case of very high
temperatures or long trips.
> Check the production dates and “best before” times
on foods to be sure that they are fresh.
> Be very careful when buying fresh foods, and only
buy a quantity that can be consumed during your
planned preservation period.
When placing foods in
> To keep food in the freezer is a good idea to use
freezer containers.
> Label and date the packages.
> Be careful to correctly position the food items on
the shelves in a way that does not obstruct the air
circulation vents inside the compartment.
Warning
After a prolonged interruption of electri-
cal power, once the electrical power is re-
activated, an audible signal will indicate if
the temperature has raised above normal
levels. In addition to this the display will
show for one minute the highest temper-
ature detected inside the compartments,
to allow the user to decide how to better
use the food items.
After one minute the display will resume
normal operation, while the Alarm button
will continue to blink.
Press the Alarm button to display the
highest recorded temperatures.
10.1 Care and Cleaning
To clean the parts made of steel use a microfiber
cloth and the sponge provided in the kit with the
appliance. Always use the cloth and sponge in the
direction of the steel’s satin finish.
Every now and then, to polish the steel, wipe with a
slightly damp microfiber cloth.
Do not use the sponge on aluminium parts, such as
the handles and the profiles of the glass shelves.
You should use special care to keep the ventila-
tion openings in the appliance or in the cabinet that
houses it free of obstructions.
Carefully follow the detailed directions
that can be found in the provided kit and
never use abrasive or metallic products
which could scratch and damage the satin
finishing on the appliance permanently.
Before performing any sort of cleaning,
disconnect the appliance from the electrical
power supply.
Make sure you do not damage the refrigerant
circuit in any way.
Warning
Do not use chlorine-based detergents or
cleaning agents.
9. FOOD STORAGE
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Maintenance Service
EN
10.2 Internal cleaning
Clean the internal and removable parts by washing
them with a solution of lukewarm water, a small
amount of dishwashing detergent.
Rinse and dry right away.
Do not use mechanical devices or other methods to
speed up defrosting.
Warning
Do not use water on the electrical parts,
lights and control panel.
Warning
The use of chlorine-based detergents or
similar that contains it should be avoided
(bleach, hypochlorite, etc).
Do not bring cold glass parts into contact with
boiling water.
Do not wash any parts of the appliance in a
dishwashing machine since this could dam-
age or irreparably deform the parts.
10.3 Cleaning of the toe kick cover, filter
and condenser.
It is recommended to perform the following cle-
aning steps very 6 months. An audio and visual
message on the display will serve as a reminder.
It is possible to disable the warning signal and see
the time left before the next cleaning has to be done.
Behind the frontal toe kick cover there is the con-
denser.
To clean it use a vacuum cleaner with a soft brush
attachment at maximum power, sweeping it along
the vent slits. In case of a significant dust build up,
the toe kick cover can be removed to allow a more
accurate cleaning of the filter.
On the mantenience settings, after the
installation of the unit and after it has been turned
on, you can set the condenser cleaning warning.
In the case the warning sign is enabled, there will
be an audible signal every 6 months, alerting that it
is time to clean the condenser.
After cleaning it, touch the reset icon in order to
reactivate the warning signal in 6 months.
If you do not want the cleaning signal alert for the
condenser, touch the O icon.
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10. CARE AND CLEANING 11. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Lower condenser.
For cleaning the condenser follow the instruc-
tions:
> Switch o the appliance by pressing the Unit
button on the main control panel for approx 3
seconds.
> Wait approx 30 minutes, until the finned condens-
er cools down to room temperature.
> Remove the removable grille under the door.
> Clean it thoroughly from any dust build up as
shown in the picture, taking care not to damage it.
> Restart the unit again, pressing on the unit
button for three second.
Warning
The edges of the condenser are sharp,
therefore use adequate protection for
hands and arms when cleaning the
condenser.
11.1 Troubleshooting Guide
If you notice malfunctions in your appliance, use this
guide before calling for service: this guide can help
you personally resolve the problem or could provide
important information to be conveyed to the service
technician to ensure rapid and eective repair.
Display message and audible alarms.
A malfunction is usually indicated by the display.
Problems that cannot be solved by the user are
reported through a fault code. Keep in mind,
however, that in messages or alarms they may
appear for particular conditions of use or during
start-up. In these cases, deactivate the audible
alarm by pressing the Alarm button and leave the
appliance running and limit the opening of the
doors to the maximum for about 10-12 hours.
The freezer does not work.
Is the appliance connected to the electrical power
supply?
Is electrical power available at the electricity socket?
Is the Unit button activated?
Is the unit in ‘Demo’ Mode?
The freezer is warmer than usual.
Does the display show a malfunction code?
Is the temperature adjusted correctly?
Were the doors or drawers open for a long period of
time?
Were large quantities of food recently inserted?
Is the unit in ‘Demo’ Mode?
The appliance remains in function for a long time
period.
Bear in mind that during very hot weather and with
very high temperatures in the room it is normal that
the compressor remains on for prolonged periods of
time.
Were the doors or drawers open for a long period of
time?
Were large quantities of food recently inserted?
Check that the doors are closed and that the food or
containers do not obstruct the perfect closure of the
door.
Is one or more compartments in Shopping Mode?
If you hear unusual noises.
It is normal to hear noises from the ventilators or
compressors during operation or during the defrost
phase.
Noise could be more noticed depending on the
position of the appliance and the surrounding
environment.
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