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Refrigerator The refrigerator automatically defrosts every time the compressor stops. The water is discharged, via the pipe, into a tray located at the back of the appliance above the compressor, where it evaporates. Fig. 12 Important To avoid defrost water overï¬owing into the fridge, periodically clean the water discharge hole in the centre of the V shaped drip collector at the back of the refrigerator compartment behind the fruit and vegetable drawer. Use the defrost cleaner provided which you will ï¬nd already inserted into the discharge hole (Fig. 12). Remember to wash the defrost cleaner in hot soapy water at regular intervals. Dry thoroughly before replacing. Freezer When the frost has reached a thickness of up to 4mm it can be removed using the ice scraper provided with the appliance. During this operation it is not necessary to disconnect the appliance from the mains and remove the food. Never use metal tools for this operation. For complete defrosting (once or twice a year) proceed as follows: â turn the thermostat dial to the Â«OFFÂ» position (O) or disconnect the appliance from the mains. â Remove any food from inside the freezer and fridge, wrap it in several sheets of newspaper and store in a cool, dry place. â Leave the door open and insert the ice scraper under the channel in the centre of the lower part of the appliance, place a low-sided container beneath the scraper to collect the water (Fig. 13). â Clean and dry thoroughly. â Replace the scraper in one of the drawers. â Reconnect the appliance to the mains or reset the thermostat. After letting the appliance run for at least half an hour, replace the previously removed food into the compartment. Fig. 13