very helpful, the information in these manuels are very detailed
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4 - Operating your refrigerator
Split glass shelf (where fitted)
This shelf can be used either as a full depth shelf or when tall items need to be stored at the front of the refrigerator it can be collapsed to half its original depth. To collapse the shelf: â¢ Pull the front half of the shelf forward (1), then, from the underside, lift the front half of the shelf by raising the rear edge over the recessed hook detail (2).
Freezer baskets (where fitted)
Freezer baskets and a freezer shelf are fitted to bottom freezer refrigerators. Wire baskets are used to provide easy visibility of the contents. Both the baskets and the shelf pull out for easy access and have a stop to prevent the basket and shelf being pulled out to far.
â¢ Pull the shelf forward and allow the rear to drop into the side channels. â¢ Push the front shelf backwards (3,4) until it reaches the rear stops.
To remove the basket or shelf, pull it out until it hits the stop then lift the front to unhook the stop while continuing to pull forward,
Repositioning: The shelf can be repositioned within the refrigerator unit by pulling the whole assembly out until the side panels are free to pivot down, then pivoting the rear of the shelf until the shelf is free from the liner runners. The shelf can then be positioned in any of the runners â this is a very useful feature if your appliance door happens to have limited access.