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Cyclic and compact cleaning care
Defrosting model C170T
It is recommended that a freezer be defrosted when the frost is greater than 6mm thick.
Remove all frozen food and wrap it in several layers of paper. Place food in the refrigerator
compartment or a cool environment e.g. insulated picnic bin.
Switch the power off at the wall. The temperature control can remain at its normal setting.
Remove the freezer baskets or shelves for ease of cleaning.
Whilst defrosting, leave the freezer door open. If you wish to reduce the defrosting time place a
bowl of warm water in the freezer compartment and leave the door open. Keep the refrigerator
compartment door closed.
Use the scraper supplied or a plastic spatula to remove any loose ice. Do not use knives or
any other sharp instrument to remove the ice, otherwise the freezer surface may become
Ensure that the defrosting of your freezer is carried out as quickly as possible. During defrosting
a rise in temperature of frozen food above normal storage temperature can shorten the storage
time of the food.
Wipe the freezer dry. Replace the frozen food.
Switch the refrigerator on.
Defrosting models with ice boxes
The P120 is designed for short-term storage of frozen foods and ice only.
Remove all frozen food and wrap it in several layers of paper. Place in a cool environment e.g.
insulated picnic bin.
Position the tray provided beneath the icebox to collect the melting ice.
Push the defrost button in the centre of the control knob. The defrost time may be reduced by
placing a bowl of warm water in the icebox and leaving the door of the refrigerator open.
Use the scraper supplied or a plastic spatula to remove any loose ice.
Immediately after the refrigerator has automatically restarted, empty the tray of water and ice.
Wipe the tray and icebox dry.
Replace the frozen food.