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ECG Refrigerador 10510 BRM Manual

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ERM 10510 BRM

Always read the safety&use instructions carefully before using your appliance for the first time. The user´s manual must be always included.


  1.  Hinge
  2.  The door made of tempered glass
  3.  Shelves
  4.  Adjustable feet
  5.  Condensation drain
  6. Compressor
  7. Thermostat with the temperature control knob
  8.  Product label



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Warning: The safety measures and instructions, contained in this manual, do not include all conditions and situations possible. The user must understand that common sense, caution and care are a factor that cannot be built into any products. These factors must be therefore secured by the user/users using and operating this device. We are not liable for any damages caused during shipping, by incorrect use, voltage fluctuation or the modification or adjustment of any part of the appliance. To protect against the risk of fire or electric shock, basic precautions must be taken while using electrical appliances, including the following:

  1. Make sure the voltage in your outlet corresponds to the voltage provided on the appliance label and that the socket is properly grounded. The outlet must be installed in accordance with applicable electrical codes according to EN.
  2. Do not operate the device if the cord is damaged. All repairs or adjustments including cord replacements must be carried out by a professional service center! Do not remove the protective covers from the appliance; there is a risk of electric shock!
  3. The appliance must not come into direct contact with water or other liquids in order to prevent a potential electric shock. Do not immerse the cord or the plugin water!
  4.  Do not use the appliance in places, where a gas leak or contact with an explosive atmosphere could occur. Do not touch the cord or the device with wet hands. There is a risk of electric shock.
  5. The power cord must remain accessible once the device is installed.
    Do not shorten the cable or use adapters in electrical outlets. Do not allow the cord to touch hot surfaces or place the cord over sharp edges.
  6. Do not turn the appliance on or off by plugging or unplugging the power cord. Do not remove the power cord from the outlet by yanking the cord. Unplug the power cord from the outlet by grasping the plug.
  7. Do not insert any objects into the device or place any objects on the device (e.g. vases, cups, etc.). Never cover the ventilation openings!
  8. Do not use in the appliance other electrical devices and refrigeration equipment.
  9. If this appliance is replacing an old product equipped with a  lock, destroy the lock of the old appliance, so that children would not lock themselves in (e.g. during a play).
  10. Do not use mechanical devices or other artificial means to speed up defrosting. Do not use electrical appliances in the space designed
    to store foods. Protect the cooling circuit of the appliance against damage.
  11. Do not allow children to play with the appliance. Also, they may not sit on the shelves and hang on the door of the appliance.
  12. Do not use sharp metal objects to remove the ice from the refrigerator, because they may damage the refrigerating circuits and cause
    irreparable damage to the appliance. If necessary, use a plastic scraper.
  13. Do not store explosive substances in the appliance, e.g. sprays with propellant gas.
  14. Do not place containers with liquids (glass jars or tin cans) in the freezer. The container could burst.
  15. When you store bottles containing liquids with high content of alcohol, they must be properly closed and in a vertical position.
  16. Do not expose the appliance to direct sunlight, do not use it outside, and do not expose it to rain.
  17. Do not touch the cooling surfaces with wet hands. Risk of injury.
  18. Do not consume ice frost removed from the minibar.
  19. This appliance is intended for household use and similar areas, such as:
    – kitchenettes in shops, offices, and other workplaces
    – appliances used in agriculture
    – appliances used by guests in hotels, motels, and other residential establishments,
    – Appliances used in Bed and Breakfast accommodations.
  20. This appliance may be used by children 8 years of age and older and reduced physical, sensory or mental abilities or lack of experience
    and knowledge when supervised or instructed to use the appliance in a  safe manner and understand possible dangers. Children must
    not play with the appliance. Cleaning and maintenance operations performed by the user shall not be carried out by children without supervision.
  21. Child supervision is essential to prevent them from playing with the appliance.
  22. The manufacturer is not liable for any damage caused by improper grounding/use.

ECG Refrigerador - RISK OF FIREThis appliance contains R600a (the coolant isobutane), natural gas which is very environmentally friendly but flammable. When transporting and installing the equipment it is necessary to make sure that no part of the cooling circuit is damaged. In the case of damage,
reduce the flame and ventilate the premises where the appliance is located for a few minutes.
This product contains a flammable coolant. Do not attempt to repair! All repairs may only be carried out by a qualified person.


Do not tilt the minibar more than 45 ° from the vertical position during transport. Protect it from mechanical stress. Deformations, especially in the door area, could negatively affect the performance of the minibar.

  • Place the minibar on a stable and level surface. Use the two adjustable front feet for leveling.
  • Leave enough space around the minibar necessary for proper operation.
  • Do not place minibar in too hot or humid places to prevent damage due to humidity.
  • Do not place the minibar on a  carpet or other delicate surfaces, the heat from the compressor could damage them.

Changing the door opening
To access the lower hinge, you will need to tilt the minibar back. Do not tilt the minibar more than 45 degrees and never place it on its side.
To change the door opening direction:

  1. Remove the plastic cover of the upper hinge and put it aside.
  2. Unscrew the 3 screws that secure the metal hinge structure, carefully slide the door off and place it on a soft surface.
  3. Remove the plastic insert on the opposite side of the minibar and door. Then attach the upper door hinge to this side and fasten it with the screws that you previously unscrewed. Replace the plastic hinge cover.
  4. Remove the adjustable foot on the bottom of the minibar and set it aside.
  5. Unscrew the two screws securing the lower door hinge and carefully transfer it to the opposite side of the door. Set the door on the top and bottom hinges before screwing in the hinge (pay extra attention as the door will be loose). Then attach the adjustable foot with the screws to the opposite side of the minibar.

Make sure that you can open and close the door without any problems. Now let the minibar standstill for at least 3 hours. Then you can turn it on.

The temperature control is located at the rear side of the minibar beside the compressor.
Before using for the first time, turn on the refrigerator without any beverages and allow it to stabilize.

  1. Clean the interior of the appliance.
  2. Plug the minibar in the socket.
  3. When using for the first time, set the thermostat knob to position 5, i.e. the highest level.
  4. Lower the temperature setting to level 3 after 20 minutes. This setting should be optimal for normal household use.
  5. To switch off the appliance, simply unplug it from the electrical socket.

After unplugging the appliance from the socket or after a  power outage, it is necessary to wait 3 – 5 minutes before putting it back into operation. If you try to start the appliance earlier, it will not work.

Tips for effective cooling
Adjust the temperature inside the appliance according to the volume of beverages stored and also the ambient temperature.

  •  In winter, set temperature to level 1–2 (outdoor temperature approx. 5–10 °C)
  • In spring and autumn to level 2-4 (outdoor temperature approx. 10-15 °C)
  • In summer to level 4-5 (outdoor temperature approx. 15-25 °C)
  • Inserting more beverages at once, opening the door frequently, or opening the door for a long time leads to increased power consumption.
  • Do not put too heavy or sharp objects or aggressive substances into the minibar.
  • To reduce the moisture and ice forming, never put beverages in unsealed packaging in the minibar. The frost tends to concentrate in the coldest parts. Storing uncovered liquids results in a more frequent need for defrosting.
  • Open the door as little as possible during a power outage.
  • Check from time to time if there is sufficient ventilation (adequate air circulation behind the appliance).
  •  Under normal temperature conditions at home set the thermostat to a medium value.

Internal temperature differs between individual parts. The lowest temperature is in the back
WARNING: If you set the temperature too low, the beverages can freeze. In extreme cases, glass bottles may even burst. Therefore set the temperature carefully.

  •  Do not place heavy (over 20 kg) objects on the refrigerator.
  •  Also, do not place any objects on the refrigerator that may fall when the door is opened.
  • After disconnecting the appliance, wait at least three minutes before reconnecting it.

If you will not use the minibar for longer period of time
If you do not intend to use the appliance for a long time, do the following:

  • Unplug the minibar from the electrical socket.
  • Clean the interior of the appliance and wipe it dry. Leave the door slightly ajar to avoid moisture build-up inside the appliance.
  • If you do not use the minibar for a  long period of time and do not clean it regularly, it may create an unpleasant odor and mold.


Once the minibar is in operation, the surface freezes. This is part of a completely normal operation. However, if the ice layer is greater than 3 mm, the refrigerator must be defrosted and cleaned to avoid excessive power consumption and inefficient performance.
Never use sharp or metal objects to remove the ice when defrosting. You could damage the minibar.

  1. Remove all drinks from the minibar and unplug it from the electrical socket.
  2. Return the temperature selector to its original position after defrosting.


  1. Unplug the minibar from the electrical socket.
  2.  Wash the inside of the appliance using a neutral detergent.
  3.  Dry all surfaces thoroughly.

Note: Do not use aggressive cleaning agents. To ensure the efficient operation of the appliance, the back and bottom of the appliance should also be carefully cleaned. Clean the sealing using soapy water.

  • Unplug the minibar and remove all beverages before you move it.

Note: Never grab the appliance by the door.


Read the instructions below before you decide to claim a  malfunction. Maybe you can solve the problem yourself.

Problem Solution
Cooling does not work or is
  • Check the power cable and fuses.
  • Check the temperature setting. Set the appropriate temperature according to the instructions in the chapter “Tips for effective cooling”.
  • Minibar is overloaded.
  • The minibar is exposed to direct sunlight or a heat source.
  • The door was opened for too long.
Unusual or excessive noise during operation.
  • The appliance is not on a sufficiently flat and stable surface or touches other objects.
  • You hear a  coolant flow during the compressor operation. This is entirely normal.
The outer surface is wet.
  • The appliance is close to a source of water. Dry it thoroughly and move it away from the water source.
The interior surface is wet.
  • The door was opened too frequently or for too long.
  • Check if the door seal is in order.


Trademark ECG
Model ERM 10510 BRM
Appliance type’ 10
Energy efficiency class A+
Energy consumption in 365 days’ (kWh) 103
Star designation of the freezer space 0
Total usable volume (I) 48
of which the cooling part volume (I) 48
of which the freezing part volume (I) 0
of which a “frost-free” cooling/freezing section 0/0
Storage time when shut off (hrs.) 0
Freezing capacity (kg/24 hrs.) 0
Climate class’ N
Noise level dB (re 1 pW) 39
Voltage 220-240 V 50 Hz
Dimensions in cm (h x w x d) 51 x 43 x 47.5
Weight kg 18 kg
Built-in appliance NO
  1.  1 = Refrigerator without low-temperature compartment
    7 = Refrigerator/freezer with low temperature compartments *(***)
    8 = Upright freezer
    10 = Refrigerator with close to 0°C compartment
  2. Energy consumption in kWh / year based on normalized test results for 24 hours. The actual energy consumption depends on how the appliance is used and the position of the appliance.
  3. SN: ambient temperature from +10 °C to +32 °C
    ST: ambient temperature from +18 °C to +38 °C
    N: ambient temperature from +16 °C to +32 °C
    T: ambient temperature from +16 °C to + 43 °C
    GT: ambient temperature from – 43 °C to +16 °C
  4. Noise level according to European standard EN 60704.

Note: The above data are subject to changes.

Wrapping paper and corrugated paperboard – deliver to the scrapyard. Packing foil, PE bags, plastic elements – throw into plastic recycling containers.

Disposal of electric and electronic equipment (valid in EU member countries and other European countries with an implemented recycling system)
The represented symbol on the product or package means the product shall not be treated as domestic waste.
Hand over the product to the specified location for recycling electric and electronic equipment. Prevent negative impacts on human health and the environment by properly recycling your product.
Recycling contributes to preserving natural resources. For more information on the recycling of this product, refer to your local authority, domestic waste processing organization or store, where you purchased the product.

This product complies with EU directive requirements on electromagnetic compatibility and electrical safety.

The instruction manual is available at the website www.ecg-electro.eu.
Changes in text and technical parameters reserved.
Old refrigerators and freezers contain insulation gases and freezing media, which must be disposed of. Entrust the disposal to a competent local waste disposal service. In doubt contact your local authority or your vendor.
Make sure that the pipes of the cooling unit, which will be removed by the appropriate waste disposal, service are not damaged.


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