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DOMETIC V170GE
Owner's Manual


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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
CONTROLS

To terminate gas operation, turn knob (A) to 0.

Electric Operation

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Set the energy selector (A) to position I.

REGULATING THE TEMPERATURE
The position number refers to fig. 1. It will take several hours for the refrigerator to reach normal operating temperature. The temperature of the main compartment of the refrigerator is controlled by a thermostat. The thermostat knob (B) should be set at 3-5. If a lower (colder) temperature is desired, set the thermostat to a higher figure.

FIG. 1 The refrigerator can be run on either mains electric or LP gas. Changing between these modes of operation is carried out by means of control buttons positioned as shown in fig. 1. The energy selector (A) can be set at either I (= mains electric), (= LP gas) or 0 (= off). The refrigerator temperature is controlled by a thermostat (B). Please note that the thermostat has no "off" position. The refrigerator is fitted with a safety device which automatically shuts off the supply of gas if the flame goes out. The safety device can be opened manually by depressing knob (C). The piezoelectric igniter discharges sparks over the burner when the button (D) is depressed. In the flame viewer (E) you can see a blue light when the flame is alight.

DEFROSTING
Frost will gradually accumulate on the refrigerating surfaces. It must not be allowed to grow too thick as it acts as an insulator and adversely affects refrigerator performance. Check the formation of frost regularly every week and when it gets about 3 mm thick, defrost the refrigerator. To defrost the refrigerator, turn it off and remove all items. Do not try to accelerate defrosting by using any kind of heating appliance, as this might damage the plastic surfaces of the refrigerator. Neither should any sharp objects be used to scrape off the ice. The defrost water runs from a collector channel to a receptacle at the rear of the refrigerator where it evaporates. Defrost water in the freezer compartment should be mopped up with a cloth. When all ice has melted, wipe the refrigerator dry and restart it.

STARTING THE REFRIGERATOR
The position numbers refer to fig. 1.

CLEANING THE REFRIGERATOR
Clean the inside of the refrigerator regularly to keep it fresh and hygienic. Soak a cloth in a solution consisting of a teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda to half a litre of warm water. Wring out the cloth and use it to clean the interior of the refrigerator and its fittings. Never use detergents, scouring powder, strongly scented products or wax polish to clean the interior of the refrigerator as they may damage the surfaces and leave a strong odour. The exterior of the refrigerator should be wiped clean now and again, using a damp cloth and a small quantity of detergent. But not the door gasket, which should only be cleaned with soap and water and then thoroughly dried. The cooling unit behind the refrigerator should be cleaned with a brush from time to time, but make sure that the refrigerator is switched off when doing this.

LP Gas operation
After initial installation, servicing, or changing gas cylinders etc., the gas pipes may contain some air which should be allowed to escape by briefly turning on the refrigerator or other appliances. This will ensure that the flame lights immediately. 1. Make sure that all valves between the gas container and the refrigerator are open. 2. Turn the energy selector (A) to position . 3. Depress the safety device control (C) and hold it down while depressing the piezoelectric igniter button (D) repeatedly. 4. Check the flame indicator (E) to see whether the flame is alight. 5. Keep the safety device control depressed for a further 10-15 seconds. 6. Release the safety device control and again check to see that the flame is alight. 4

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