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Troubleshooting Guide - Bauknecht KGN ECO 18 A3+ WC Kurzanleitung

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SOME OF THE FUNCTIONAL SOUNDS
YOU MIGHT HEAR
A hissing sound when switching on the
appliance for the first time or after a long
pause.
A cracking sound when compressor
starts.

TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

Problem
THE APPLIANCE IS NOT
WORKING
THE EDGES OF THE APPLIANCE
CABINET, WHICH COME IN
CONTACT WITH THE DOOR
SEAL, ARE WARM TO THE
TOUCH
THE LIGHT DOES NOT WORK
THE MOTOR SEEMS TO RUN
TOO MUCH
THE APPLIANCE
TEMPERATURE IS TOO HIGH
THE DOORS DO NOT OPEN
AND CLOSE PROPERLY
BRRR sound is from the compressor
running.
The CLICK is from the thermostat which
adjusts how often the compressor is
running.
Possible Cause
There may be an appliance power
supply problem.
This is not a defect.
This is normal in hot weather and when
the compressor is running.
The light may need replacing.
The appliance may be in On/Stand-by
model
Motor running time depends on
different things: number of door
openings, amount of food stored,
temperature of the room, setting of the
temperature controls.
There could be various causes (see
"Solutions").
There could be various causes (see
"Solutions").
Buzzing sound when water valve or fan
start working.
Solution
› Check if power cable plugged into a live
socket with the proper voltage.
› Check if the protection devices and fuses of
the electrical system in your home.
› Make sure if the protection devices and fuses
of the electrical system in your home work well.
› Check if the power cable is plugged into a live
socket with the proper voltage
› In case the LEDs are broken the user must
call the Service for exchange of the same type
available only at our After-sales Service Centers
or authorized dealers.
› Make sure that the appliance controls are
correctly set.
› Check if there is not a large amount of food
been added to the appliance.
› Check that the door is not opened too often.
› Check that the door close properly.
› Make sure that the condenser (back the
appliance) is free of dust and fluff.
› Make sure that the door properly closed.
› Make sure that the door seals properly fitted.
› On hot days or if the room is warm, the motor
naturally runs longer.
› If the appliance door has been left open for
a while or if large amounts of food have been
stored, the motor will run longer in order to
cool down the interior of the appliance.
› Check that food packages are not blocking the
door.
› Check that the internal parts or automatic ice
maker are not out of position.
› Check that the door seals are not dirty or
sticky.
› Ensure the appliance is level.
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