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Common reasons for disturbances in operation
Temperature too high
â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ Mains fuse blown due to other equipment also being connected. Influence of draught and/or heating sources? See page 4 Overloaded? Dust laden condenser? Air circulation blocked? See page 4 Condenser fan defective? Operation sensor defective (or incorrect set)? Defective relay? Compressor has a defective start relay? Compressor defective?
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Insert the bulb tube in the plastic tube until it reaches the bottom. Seal the bulb tube with i.e. silicone to avoid humidity to reach it. Remount in reverse order according to the first 4 points.
Replacement of fluorescent tube end wall
â¢ â¢ â¢ Loosen the light sheet by loosening the 4 screws holding it. Twist loose the fluorescent tube. Remount in reversed order.
Replacement of fluorescent tube in light box
â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ Loosen the light box by loosening the 3 screws on the roof holding the light box. Pull carefully apart the quick connection and remove the light box. Loosen the 2 screws, underneath the light box, which holds the end wall of the light box. Loosen the end wall. Loosen the screw, underneath the box, which holds the opal sheet. Pull gently out the opal sheet. Twist loose the fluorescent tube. Remount in reversed order.
â¢ Defective defrost sensor (no defrost)? â¢ The thermostat is set colder than pos. 3?
Summary of warranty conditions
Faults occurring during the warranty period are covered by the warranty with the exception of; â¢ Transport damages and fair wear and tear â¢ Adjustment of thermostat and timer â¢ Fuses, fluorescent tubes, starters or similar â¢ Problems in connection with an incorrect installation, abnormal use and non-maintenance.
Replacement of horizontal fluorescent tube
â¢ When exchanging the horizontal fluorescent tube, it has to be replaced by a fluorescent tube with a protective film. Loosen the lower front (see replacement of thermostat) Loosen the 2 screws holding the mains cable. Loosen the mains cable from the plinth. Fasten one thread or similar in the mains cable (to simplify the reassemble). Pull out the mains cable from the back of the cabinet. Fix the thread in the new mains cable. Pull the thread from the front of the cabinet. Remount in reversed order.
Replacement of compressor
to the new compressor â¢ Always exchange the drier â¢ Move the service pipe with the schrader valve â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢
Replacement of mains cable
Replacement of thermostat
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Carefully lift and remove the front glass. Loosen the 3 screws, placed in the slot for the front glass. Loosen the 2 screws under the lower front. Remove the front. Remove the sealing of the bulb tube, and which is inserted at the back of the cabinet. Pull out the bulb tube. Loosen the thermostat knob. Loosen the 2 cables on the thermostats left side. Loosen and remove the old thermostat. Mount the new thermostat. Put back the 2 cables. Put back the thermostat knob. Insert the bulb tube through the right hole. Bend the tube a little upwards and follow the ceiling until the tube comes out on the back of the cabinet. 3
Replacement of condenser fan
â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ Loosen the lower front (see replacement of thermostat). Loosen the compressor by loosening the 3-spring pins. Lift the compressor carefully a little outward. Loosen the fan (4 screws). Loosen the cable from the plinth. Remove the fan. Remount in reversed order.