Liquid gas cylinders should never be stored in unventilated areas or below ground (funnel-shaped holes). Avoid direct sunlight. The gas cylinder should not be exposed to temperatures in excess of 50Â°C.
To be installed horizontally on a smooth, firm or any other appropriate surface. If necessary, adjust/align using a spirit level or a water-filled vessel. There should be a distance of at least 10cm between the back of the unit and any other object (wall). Avoid placing unit in direct sunlight and next to other sources of heat. Ventilating ducts of the refrigerator should be kept clear of all obstructions to ensure a good air circulation. This will result in a good, energy-saving cooling system.
Before initial use and after defrosting or before prolonged periods of disuse, clean the unit containers and door with luke-warm water and, if necessary, washing-up liquid. Warning: do not inadvertently press or force the opened door past its stop-point (this could cause the hinges to break). Never use scouring or corrosive agents to clean the unit. Wipe cleaned surfaces dry with a soft cloth.
6. A/C operation
Do not use any additional form of energy (batteries/gas). Check that the supply voltage and line voltage data correspond to the type-plate in the unit. WARNING - THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED! If a 13 amps (B.S. 1363) fused-plug is used, it should be fitted with a 3 amp fuse. In other cases, the circuit to which the refrigerator is connected should be fitted with a 5 amp fuse. To turn on (Fig. 1) - 3-way-switch (D) should be in position 230V. - Turn thermostat knob (A) clockwise to position 6/MAX. Only after approximately 1 hour will the unit become noticably cool (frost on evaporator). - The temperature can be regulated using the thermostat knob: '0'=off, 1-6 increasing degrees of coolness. - After sufficient cooling (approximately 5 hours), the thermostat position can be set to a lower temperature, between 2-5. The thermostat will now automatically regulate the set temperature.