Dometic miniBar RH 430LD Operating Instructions Manual

Operating Instructions Manual for Dometic miniBar RH 430LD Refrigerator (12 pages)

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  • Category of Device: Refrigerator
  • Document: miniBar RH 430LD, File Type: PDF Operating Instructions Manual
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  • Count of Pages: 12
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Thank you for choosing our appliance. We are sure it will provide you with trouble-free use.
In the following, we would like to familiarise you with some symbols, which we bring to your attention to ensure
the safe and efficient operation of the appliance:
source of danger, in event of improper operation 
suggested useful tips to read
information concerning environmental protection

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Attention!
This  product  is  designed  to  be  operated  by  adults.  Children  should  not  be
allowed to tamper with the controls or play with the product.
Any electrical work required to install this appliance should be carried out by a
qualified electrician.
This product should be serviced by an authorised  Service Engineer, and only
genuine  spare parts should be used.
It is dangerous to alter the specifications or modify this product in any way.
Care  must  be  taken  to  ensure  that  the  appliance  does  not  stand  on  the
electrical supply cable.
There are working parts in this product which heat up. Always ensure that there
is adequate  ventilation as a failure to do this will result in component failure
and possible content loss. See installation instructions.
Parts which heat up should not be exposed. Wherever possible the back of the
product  should  be  close  to  a  wall    but  leaving  the  required  distance  for
ventilation as stated in the installation instructions.
Before  defrosting,  cleaning  or  maintenance  work  is  carried  out,  be  sure    to
switch off the appliance and unplug it.
DO  NOT  USE  SHARP  INSTRUMENTS  to  scrape  off  frost  or  ice.  Under  no
circumstances should solid ice be forced off the cooling fins. Solid ice should
be allowed to thaw when defrosting the appliance. See defrost instructions.
This appliance is heavy. Care should be taken when moving it.
Under no circumstances should you attempt  to repair the appliance yourself.
Repairs carried out by inexperienced persons may cause injury or more serious
malfunctioning.  Refer  to  your  local    Service  Centre  and  always  insist  on
genuine  spare parts.
In this appliance the storage of any toxic or explosive substance is forbidden!
Please  read  these  operating  instructions  carefully  before  putting  the
refrigeration unit into operation. If you later sell or dispose of it, please ensure
that the new owner receives these operating instructions.
Please  follow  the  installation  details  below  carefully  Guarantee  is  valid  for
products installed as described only. (See chapter 4.1)





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1. Unpacking
2. View of the appliance
After  removal from the  cardboard  packaging, make
sure the appliance is not damaged.If you find damage
to  the  appliance  resulting  from  transport,  report  it
immediately to the transportation firm.
Fig.1
1. Door
2. Lamp
3. Evaporator
4. Sensor
5. Thermostat knob
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3. Cleaning
Clean the refrigerator thoroughly at intervals, as
necessary.  Remove  the  shelves;  these,  the
cabinet interior and the door should be washed with a
warm  solution  of  sodium  bi-carbonate.  Finally  wipe
over  with  a  cloth  rinsed  in  warm  water  only,  and  dry
with  a  clean  cloth.  Do  not  wash  any  plastic  parts  in
water that is more than hand warm, and do not expose
them to dry heat. The outside of the cabinet should be
wiped down regularly with a clean, damp cloth.
NEVER  USE  STRONG  CHEMICALS  OR  ABRASIVE
CLEANING  MATERIALS  ON  ANY  PART  OF  THE
CABINET.
4. Positioning the appliance
When first  using this refrigerator please consider the
following points:
ENSURE REFRIGERATOR IS LEVEL
THE PIPEWORK AT THE BACK GETS HOT IN USE
THE  REFRIGERATOR  HAS  NO  'MOTOR'  AND  IS
THEREFORE VIRTUALLY SILENT
ALLOW  AT  LEAST  3  HRS.  FOR  SIGNS  OF
COOLING
During  the  refrigeration  process,  the appliance
gives  off  heat  from  the  condenser  (under  the
upper part of the rear cover) into the surrounding air.
The  more  ventilated  the  condenser  is,  the  more
effective the refrigeration will be.
The other condition for satisfactory operation is that
the appliance stands on a flat surface. This is best
seen  by  placing  a  glass  of  water  on  top  of  the
appliance.
It  is  important  that  the  appliance  is  not  directly
exposed to radiated heat (sunlight, radiator, near an
oven, etc.).
4.1. Installation instructions
The refrigerator is equipped with an electrically heated
absorption  cooling  unit  which  is  virtually  silent  in
operation.  The  fridge  is  designed  for  free-standing
installation,  but  can  be  built-in  if  the  following
conditions  are  complied  with  to  ensure  satisfactory
operation and maximum cooling efficiency.
IMPORTANT
Please  follow  the  installation  details  below
carefully Guarantee is valid for products installed
as described only. 
1. The refrigerator must be le
vel both directions
2. There should be 20 mm clearance to the wall
3. Ventilation  must  be  provided  as  shown  in
alternatives A, B, C or D (fig 2-3)
4. The  ventilation  duct  must  at  least  measure
105 mm x the width of the refrigerator
5. Only
the  entire cooling  unit  must  project into
the duct as shown
6. Air  passing  thr
ough  the  duct  must  not  be
preheated by any source of heat
openings of at leas
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 each
The  refrigerator  can  be  fixed  to  the  bottom of  the
furniture  through  its  fixing feet using screws of an
appropiate length. (Fig. 4)
During  installation,  please  ensure  the  mains
plug is accessible at all times.
Figure 2.
Figure 3.
Figure 4.
7. Ventilation  grills,  if used,  must  have





outlet and switch on the socket. The cooling fins should
show signs of cooling after about 3 hours.
The  refrigerator   needs   about   6  hours  at  normal
ambient  temperature  to  reach  6  °C  in  the  storage
compartment.
You can set a temperature between max. and min. by 
 rotating the knob (Fig.5).
Turn to max. will produce a colder temperature and higher 
energy consumption; and turn to min. will produce a warmer
sensor.
Do not overfill the appliance. It is advisable to
leave  some  space   between  the  products   in  the
cabinet  to  ensure  efficient  and  even  cooling.  If  the
shelves  are  packed  too  tightly  there  may  be
unacceptable temperature variations.
LOGIC system built into the appliance by switching
off  the  unit  for  two  hours  in  every  24  hours.  The
frost will melt and the defrost water will run through
the  drain  tube  from  the  drip  channel  into  an
evaporating vessel located at the bottom rear of the
refrigerator.( Fig.6) The defrost water will evaporate
automatically into the circulating air and the vessel
will not need emptying manually.
If you want to switch off the unit, disconnect the
refrigerator from the electricity supply and leave
the cabinet door open. After defrosting the cabinet
interior should be wiped out with a clean, damp cloth. 
If the lightbulb needs changing,proceed as follows:
1.Pull the plug out of the power socket.
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This  frost-formation  is  kept  back  by  the  FUZZY
(If available)
The electronics carry out a CUC test after every 
defrosting period (every 24 hrs) by measuring the 
temperature at the evaporator by means of a second 
If the electronics detect a malfunction, the miniBar is 
automatically switched off .
2.Remove  the  light  cover  and  unscrew  down  the 
bulb with a new one that has the same rating
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One version of minibar has no CUC function but  
a thermo fuse on the back to protect the cooling 
unit against over heating.
temperature and lower energy consumption.
Choose a well ventilated installation location which is
protected against direct sunlight.
Allow warm food to cool down first before placing it in the
device to keep cool.
Do not open the cooling device more often than necessary.
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Lay  the  appliance  on  its  back.  Remove  the  8
screws (1). Remove the door, together with the two
hinges (2), from the housing.
Remove  the  two  cover  caps  (3)  from  the  housing
and  place  them  in  the  open  hinge  holes  in  the
housing.  Place  the  bottom  righthand  hinge  in  the
top  left  of  the door  and  the top  righthand  hinge in
the bottom left of the door and hang the door on its
hinges in the open cover cap holes in the housing.
Secure  the  hinges  and  cover  caps  with  the  8 
screws.
Check  that  the  door  closes  easily  and  is  sealed 
properly.
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Distance to cupboard door (A)

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the cupboard door and the miniBar.
1. When closed, the cupboard door (A) must not lie 
against the rest of the surrounding cupboard area 
2. There must be a distance of 6-8mm between 
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Remove  the  two  screws  (1)  from  the  upper  hinge  of 
the door.
Pull  the  door  together  with  the  hinge  away  from  the
housing and up off the lower hinge bolt (2-3).
Remove screws (4) and pull off the frame edge (5).
Slide  the  decorative  panel  (6)  out  of  the  door  frame 
and insert the new panel  (7),  so  that  the  upper  edge
of the panel runs exactly parallel to the upper edge of 
the  frame.  A  new  panel  can  be  inserted  more  easily 
into the upper edge of the frame when the two corners 
are cut off by approx. 5× 5 mm (8). Put the frame edge
(5) back in place and secure with screws.
Place the door  on the lower hinge (9),  slot the upper 
hinge  into  the  opening,  press  together  with  the  door 
against  the  housing  and  secure  with  the  two  screws 
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The length of the hinge stretching out of 
the refrigerator door must be 80mm. 
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In  the  event  of  a  fault  developing,  contact  your 
nearest    Service  Centre-see  local  telephone 
directory.
An authorised service technician can check whether 
this has been triggered or not. 
(Details  of  the  model,  product-  and  serialnumber
 are to be found  on  the  data  label  in  the  top  left of 
the  inside  compartment.)
If  after  checking  all  the  above  points,  the 
refrigerator is still not working satisfactorily, contact 
your  nearest  service  engineer.  State  the  problem, 
model, product- and serial-number.
8
Figure 8.
Figure 9.
Figure 10.
  Before  you  call  a  service  engineer,  carry  out  the 
tests as described  in the check list:
Failure :  No cooling (the cooling unit at the back 
of the device  is cold). 
Possible Cause Self Help Authorised 
Service

a.) The device plug 

is not plugged
b.) No voltage in 

in.

socket.

c.) The electronics 
or the sensor is 

faulty.

e.) The device is in 
its defrosting 

phase.

b.) Check main fuse.

instruction 8.

plug.

a.) Plug in device 

e.) See operating 

c.) Install new 

heating element.

electronics or 

sensor.

d.) Install new 

Failure :  No cooling (the cooling unit is warm). 
Possible Cause Self Help Authorised 
Service

not level.

Leakage test ?

on a short while

cooling unit.

ago.

a.) The device is 

b.) The device was 

only switched 

c.) Defective 

using a spirit 

level.

run for 5-6 

device.

hours.

b.) Switch on the 

device and let it 

c.) Exchange 

a.) Level the device 

Failure : Poor  cooling performance.
Possible Cause Self Help Authorised 
Service

ventilated.

exposed to 

direct sunlight.

tightly

while ago.

b.) Follow installation

a.) The cooling 

unit is 

not sufficiently 

b.) The device is 

c.)  The fridge door 

does not close 

d.) The fridge was 

stocked a short 

a.) Check that the 

are not covered. 

ventilation grids 

installed properly

Check that 

device has been 

instruction 4).

(installation 

instruction 4).

in line 4.

c.) Check installation 

d.) Check fridge after 

5-6 hours for 

proper cooling 

function.

c.) Install new 

doorseal,if 

necessary.

Failure : Frost  formation in fridge.
Possible Cause Self Help Authorised 
Service

tightly.

a.) The fridge door 

does not close 

a.) Check installation 

is in line with 4.

if necessary.

doorseal,

a.) Install new 

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terminal marked "L" or coloured red.
terminal marked "N" or coloured black.
connected to the terminal marked with the letter "E" or
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Model
 
RH430LD   RH440LD  RH440LG  RH460LD  
Gross volume(L) 
30
 
40
 
60
 
Usable capacity(L) 
26
 
36
 
37
 
55
 
Mains operation 
220
-
240VAC
 
Input consumption(W) 
65
 
80
 
Temperature range 
3
-
12°C
 
Category 
2 (Cellar) 
Energy efficiency class  
D
 
D
 
F
 
F
 
Energy consumption 
(kWh/annum) 
260  275  338   372 
Ambient temperature
 
+16°C 
-
 +32 °C
 
Climate class
 
N
 
Refrigerant
 
82g NH3
 
 
101g NH3
 
Noise emission (dB(A))
 
0
 
Test/Certificates
 
 
   
 
 

7

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RH430LG
 
27
 
E
300
RH460LG
56
G
420









Subject to change without notice.
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