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Operating Instructions

 

 

Forward Button.JPG Selecting the Food Mode

  • Select the desired compartment.
  • Press Forward Button.JPG to scroll through the available modes. The light next to the name of the ‘Food Mode’ will illuminate as you scroll to indicate which mode is selected.

 

Adjusting the Temperature

Each ‘Food Mode’ will automatically default to the recommended temperature setting. Once you have selected the compartment and required ‘Food Mode’, the temperature can be adjusted as desired.

  • To increase the temperature of your selected ‘Food Mode’, press Plus_Higher Button.PNG.
  • To decrease the temperature of your selected ‘Food Mode’, press Minus_Lower Button.PNG.

 

Wash Modifier Selector.PNG Selecting Features

Pressing Wash Modifier Selector.PNG will scroll through the available ‘Features’ for the compartment and mode you have selected. A blinking light indicates the current position when scrolling through the list.

To activate/deactivate a feature:

  • Select the feature from the list, by scrolling through and stopping at the feature you wish to use.
  • Press Wash Modifier Selector.PNG for 2 seconds.

 

Bottle Chill

An alarm will sound, ‘Bottle Chill’ will flash and Sabbath Image #2.PNG will illuminate after the elapsed time to remind you to remove your beverage.

To silence the alarm:

  • Press Wash Modifier Selector.PNG once.
  • The time taken to chill depends on the size of your beverage. If your beverage is not cold enough after the set time, return it to the compartment and reset the ‘Bottle Chill’ feature.

 

Automatic Ice Maker (freezer only)

Before turning on your automatic ice maker, the water filter must be installed (refer to your installation guide) and flushed to remove any impurities or trapped air in the filter system.

  1. Turn your ice maker on, refer to Wash Modifier Selector.PNG‘Selecting Features’.
  2. Press the Alarm_Bell.PNGMinus_Lower Button.PNG and Plus_Higher Button.PNG together for 4 seconds then close the doors. The ice tray will empty the water into the bin below. The ice tray will only empty after the doors are closed.
  3. Repeat step 2 to remove dust in the ice tray collected during manufacture and transport.
  4. Empty the water, dry the bin and return it correctly.
  5. Once your ice maker is turned on the first bin of ice may be discoloured, this is not harmful and normal during the flushing process. Discard the first full bin of ice made. Your ice maker is now ready for use.
    • The performance of your water filter will increase with use, reaching optimum performance after 4-5 full bins of ice.

 

Turn the Ice Maker Off If:

  • There is no water supply for several hours.
  • You are removing the ice storage bin for a period of time.
  • You are going on holiday/vacation.

 

Filter.PNG Water filter

The water supplied to your appliance for ice making is filtered to remove impurities through a filter located the bottom front of your appliance. Replace your filter cartridge every 6 months.

  • There is a replacement indicator icon Filter.PNG on the control panel which will appear when the filter needs replacing.
  • Replacement filter cartridges can be purchased online from fisherpaykel.com or by calling Fisher & Paykel Customer Care. Details of the replacement filter cartridge are labelled on the cartridge. Instructions on how to install your replacement water filter are provided with the filter.

To reset the filter indicator:

  • Press Alarm_Bell.PNG and Plus_Higher Button.PNG together for 4 seconds.
  • The Filter.PNG on the control panel will turn off when reset.
  • We recommend the water filter to be used from the time of installation.
  • Do not reset indicator before filter is changed or filter monitoring will be inaccurate.

 

Alarm_Bell.PNG Alarm Mute

  • To activate, press Alarm_Bell.PNG once.
  • The light above Alarm_Bell.PNG will illuminate to indicate the appliance is muted.
  • If the doors are left open for 5 minutes or more, the compartment light turns off and normal door alarms are suspended.
  • ‘Alarm Mute’ will deactivate after 20 minutes.
  • To deactivate manually, press Alarm_Bell.PNG again.
  • Closing the door also deactivates the ‘Alarm Mute’.

 

Sabbath_Mode_Small.PNG Sabbath mode

When activated - the display, all alarms and lights are deactivated for 80 hours.

  • To activate Sabbath mode, press Sabbath Image #2.PNG, Alarm_Bell.PNG and Minus_Lower Button.PNG together for 4 seconds.
  • The Sabbath_Mode_Small.PNG icon on the control panel will illuminate.
  • To deactivate manually, pressSabbath Image #2.PNG,Alarm_Bell.PNG and Minus_Lower Button.PNGtogether for 4 seconds.
If you turn off your appliance while in Sabbath mode, it will resume automatically once the appliance is switched on again.

 

Key Mute

Key mute allows you to silence all button presses.

  • To activate key mute, pressAlarm_Bell.PNG for 2 seconds, a single confirmation beep will be heard.
  • Once key mute is activated, all key sounds are silenced.
  • Door alarms and the ‘Bottle Chill’ alarm are still operational.
  • To deactivate, press Alarm_Bell.PNG for 2 seconds, a single confirmation beep will be heard.

 

Key Lock.PNG Key lock

Key lock allows you to disable the buttons on the control panel. This is useful when cleaning your appliance.

  • To activate key lock, press Sabbath Image #2.PNG for 2 seconds.
  • The Key Lock.PNG icon on the control panel will illuminate.
  • To deactivate, press Sabbath Image #2.PNG for 2 seconds.
  • The Key Lock.PNG icon will not illuminate

 

Door Alarms

  • If the door is left open, the alarm will beep after 60 seconds.
  • If the door remains open, subsequent beeps will sound every 30 seconds for 5 minutes.
  • If the door remains open for 5 minutes or longer, an alarm will sound continuously and the interior compartment light(s) will turn off.

 

 

 

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