perfect! you just sent to me the copy in Italian witout even my specification!!!! so you are really smart cooperative and efficient. To my opinion the best place all over to get a manual of electronics!!!!
Great manual, would not have been able to operate my machine without it!!
James Dawson August 18, 2012
Text excerpt from page 16 (click to view)
If you wish to change the opening direction of the doors, proceed as follows: 1. Open the freezer door. Remove the plinth (A) at the bottom of the appliance, by pushing downwards and pulling outwards. (See fig 5) 2. Remove the hinge cover (B) in the plinth and reposition on the opposite side of the plinth. 3. Whilst supporting the lower door, use a 8mm nut driver to remove the 4 hinge retaining bolts and remove the lower hinge. 4. Carefully lower the door off the central hinge. 5. Support the upper door and remove the two securing screws from the centre hinge. Remove the hinge, taking care that the upper door does not fall, retain the plastic spacer washer. 6. Carefully remove the upper door. 7. Unscrew the small blanking plugs (3) and refit on the opposite side to cover the vacant hinge holes. 8. Unscrew the hinge pin (4) in the upper and lower hinge blades and refit on the opposite side. 9. Change the door self-closing system (5) by moving the device from the freezer door and viceversa. 10. Refit the spacer washers and the upper door onto the upper hinge pin and refit the centre hinge in position. 11. Relocate the lower door onto the central hinge pin, and refit the lower hinge assembly. 12. Refit the plinth. After reversing the door ensure the internal light turns off when the fridge door is closed, and the door gasket seals correctly to the cabinet. If the gasket is not sealing correctly, apply warm air to the non-sealing area using a hair dryer set to gentle heat. This will make the rubber more supple and allow it to revert to its original shape and seal correctly.