Although printing quality is not the best, the manual was very helpful in order to reactivate this ancient but still good electronic musical instrument.
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Position and clean the cabinet as explained in the section "Installation". Check that the drain hose at the rear of the cabinet discharges into the drip tray. Before inserting the power plug into the outlet and switching on the cabinet for the first time, leave it standing upright for about 30 minutes, or for 4 hours if it was transported horizontally. Otherwise the compressor may sustain damage. This time will allow the oil sufficient time to return to the compressor.
Using the fridge
To start the fridge and set the correct temperature
Turn the thermostat control to the desired position. MIN The lowest position of the thermostat control results in the highest temperature inside the cabinet. MAX The highest position of the thermostat control results in the lowest temperature inside the cabinet. H : Switched off. Allow the cabinet to run for a period of 24 hours whenever the temperature setting is changed. This will allow the temperature to stabilise inside the cabinet.
Temperature inside the fridge
A suitable temperature inside the fridge is approx. +5Â°C. If the thermostat control is set to a too cold temperature, food with a high water content may start to freeze if it has been placed in the coldest places in the fridge. The picture shows the coldest and warmest places inside the fridge. (+ warm, - cold) Meat, fish and milk should be put in the coldest part of the cabinet. The temperature will be affecteed by: Â· Â· Â· How often the door is opened How much food is stored Position of the appliance (See chapter Installation)
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Measuring the temperature
If the temperature is measured using a standard, single thermometer, this should be put in a glass of water centrally placed inside the cabinet. This will reflect the temperature inside the food products. Do not place the thermometer hanging or lying directly on the shelf.