OPERATION MANUAL
CONTENTS
噝 DESCRIPTION ......................................... 2
• WARNING ................................................ 3
• CAUTION ................................................. 3
• INSTALLATION ........................................ 3
• OPERATION ............................................ 4
• STORING FOOD ...................................... 5
• CARE AND CLEANING ............................ 5
• BEFORE YOU CALL FOR SERVICE ....... 6
• SPECIFICATION ...................................... 7
Household use only
aaFree standing type
Thank you very much for buying SHARP product.
Before using your SHARP refrigerator, please read
this operation manual to ensure that you gain the
maximum benefit from it.
SJ-N15S
SJ-N19S
REFRIGERATOR - FREEZER
DESCRIPTION
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( Only SJ-N19S )
( Only SJ-N19S )
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SJ-N19S
1. Defrost indicator
2. Freezer door
3. Ice cube tray
4. Fresh case
* 5. Refrigerator shelf
(Only SJ-N19S)
6. Three way shelf
This shelf has three positions,
it can be partly or fully extended
or be fully folded away simply by
pushing the shelf back then lifting
it up.
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7. Vegetable shelf
8. Vegetable case
9. Temperature control knob
10. Defrost button
11. Door switch
12. Egg pocket
13. Freezer cover
14. Lamp
* 15. Door pocket
[ SJ-N15S ; 1 pc , SJ-N19S ; 2 pcs ]
16. Bottle pocket
17. Magnetic door seal
18. Stand
WARNING
1. Highly volatile and flammable materials such
as ether,petrol, propane gas, adhesive agents
and pure alcohol etc. are liable to explode.
Do not store these materials in the refrigerator.
2. Dust deposited on the power plug may cause
fire. Wipe it off carefully.
3. Do not attempt to change or modify this
refrigerator. This may result in fire, electric
shock or injury.
4. When move or lift refrigerator, remove all shelves.
The remained water inside refrigerator may leak
to the floor and cause to accident. Check remained
water and clean.
5. Ensure that the refrigerator presents no danger to
children while being stored for disposal.
(e.g. remove the door to prevent child entrapment.)
6. This refrigerator should be disposed appropriately.
Take the refrigerator to a recycling plant for
flammable insulation blowing gases.
CAUTION
1. Do not touch the compressor unit or its
peripheral parts, as they become extremely hot
during operation and the metal edges may
cause injury.
2. Avoid touching the side wall cabinet as it may
reach high temperature during normal operation.
3. Do not touch foods or metal containers in the
freezer compartment with your wet hands.
This may cause frostbite.
4. Do not use an extension cord or adapter plug.
5. Do not place bottled and canned drinks in the
freezer as they may crack when frozen.
6. Make sure that the power cord has not been
damaged during installation or moving. If the
power plug or cord is loose, do not insert the
power plug. There is a risk of electric shock
or fire.
7. Disconnect from the mains electricity supply
by removing the mains plug from the electricity
supply socket. Do not remove by pulling the
mains lead. This may cause electric shock or fire.
8. The refrigeration system behind and inside the
refrigerator contains refrigerant. Do not allow
any sharp objects to come into contact with the
refrigerator system.
9. Should the supply cord be damaged, it must be
replaced by service agent approved by SHARP
as a special cord is required.
10. In case of gas leak, ventilate the area by opening
a window, etc. Do not touch the refrigerator or
the power outlet.
11. Avoid placing objects on the top that may damage
with refrigerator and get injury from the objects
falling down.
12. Do not force to put massive bottle into bottle pocket,
During door clsing or opening, the bottle pocket may
come off and be injured.
13. This refrigerator is not intended for use by
persons (including children) with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience
and knowledge, unless they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning use of the
refrigerator by a person responsible for their safety.
Young children should be supervised to ensure
that they do not play with the refrigerator.
INSTALLATION
• Do not install the refrigerator in a damp or
wet location as this may cause damage to
the insulation and a leak. Condensation
may also build on the outer cabinet and
cause rust.
• In order to prevent possible electric shock,
install the grounding wire to the earth wire
connecting screw at the rear of the
refrigerator. (2 pin plug region)
NOTE :
• Allow the refrigerator for 2 hours before plug.
• When transporting, carry the refrigerator by
holding the back and stand.
• Position your refrigerator so that the plug
is accessible.
• Keep your refrigerator out of direct sunlight.
• Do not place next to heat generating appliance.
• Keep adequate ventilation space around the
refrigerator.
• The figure shows the minimum required space for
installing the refrigerator. It differs from the space in
the measurement condition of the amount of power
consumption.
• It is possible to use the
60mm
or more
refrigerator with a less
90mm
or more
amount of power
consumption by
keeping greater
60mm
60mm
or more
or more
space.
• If using the refrigerator
in the space below
949 mm
dimension of the figure,
it may cause the
temperatures in the unit to rise, loud noise, and failure.
1092 mm
WARNING
Before using your refrigerator
Clean the inside parts with a cloth soaked in warm water.
If soapy water is used,wipe it off thoroughly with water.
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OPERATION
Controlling temperatures
The refrigerator controls its temperature
automatically.
However, if needed, adjust the temperature
as follows.
The temperature control is position “ OFF ”
• Stop the operation of the
compressor.
Defrosting
The freezer compartment is required defrosting
operation. When frost formed with the thickness
of 5mm (as thick as the defrost indicator).
( Only SJ-N15S )
The water is discharged in the fresh case, and user
must drain water from fresh case.
( Only SJ-N19S )
The water is discharged in the evaporating pan
provided above the compressor, and evaporated
by the compressor heat.
How to remove Fresh case
The temperature control is position “ MIN ”
• When storing a small quantity
of food and the door is not
opened freequently.
1. Slide the fresh case out
to the end .
2. Lift the fresh case up slightly.
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3. Remove the fresh case.
Fresh case
NOTE:
• Do not attempt to defrost
the evaporator by the force,
using knife or sharp metal.
• For use in cold season when
the out door temperature is
comparatively low.
• If the thickness got over
the defrost indicator,
defrosted water may overflow
the fresh case. Pay due
attention to this regard.
The temperature control is position “ MED ”
• For normal operation.
5mm
Defrost indicator
• Be careful not to defrost when frozen food is stored
in the freezer compartment, otherwise it will thaw.
Therefore, it is recommended to perform defrosting
when no frozen food is stored.
PROCEDURE
The temperature control is position “ MAX ”
• When require extreme cooling
and storing abundant quantity
of food.
1. Take out the Ice cube tray and foods stored
in the freezer compartment.
2. Push the defrosting button. After defrosting,
cooling operation starts automatically.
3. To cancel the defrosting mode, turn the temperature
control knob to “ OFF ” position.
The defrosting button will be returned to origin.
Then set temperature control knob to desire position.
• When not required, be sure
to return the knob to the
original position, otherwise
all food may be frozen.
DEFROST BUTTON
PUSH-START
NOTE :
• The knob should not be beyond “ MAX ” position.
• When the knob is set at the “ MIN ” dew drops may
be formed.
• If the refrigerator is operated for a long time with
TEMPERATURE CONTROL set at “ MAX ”
foods stored in the refrigerator compartment
may also freeze.
How to make the ice
1. Pour the water into the
cube tray to the water
level line.
2. When the ice is made,
twist the ice cube tray to
take out the ice.
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Water line
STORING FOOD
Refrigeration reduces the rate of food spoilage.
To maximize the shelf life of perishable food
products, ensure that the food is of the freshest
possible quality. The following is a general guide
to help promote longer food storage.
Fruit / Vegetables
To minimize moisture loss, fruit and vegetables
should be loosely enclosed in a plastic material
e.g. wrap, bags (do not seal) and place in the
vegetable case.
Dairy Products & Eggs
• Most dairy products have a use by date on
the outer packaging which informs the
recommended temperature and shelf life of
the product.
• Eggs should be stored in the Egg pocket.
Meats / Fish / Poultry
• Place on a plate or dish and cover with paper or
plastic wrap.
• For larger cuts of meat, fish, or poultry, place
to the rear of the shelves.
• Ensure all cooked food is wrapped securely
or placed in an airtight container.
NOTE :
• Keep the door securely closed.
For best freezing
• Quality of foods should be fresh.
• Freeze small quantities of food at a time to freeze
them quickly.
• Food should be properly stored or covered and
the air should be removed to seal tightly.
• Evenly place the food in the freezer.
• Label bags or containers to keep an inventory of
freezing food.
CARE AND CLEANING
NOTE :
Unplug the refrigerator first to prevent
electric shock.
• Do not splash water directly on the outer
cabinet or the interior. This may lead to
rusting and deterioration of the electrical
insulation.
• To prevent damage to your refrigerator, do not
use heavy duty cleansers or solvents (lacquer, paint,
polishing power, benzine, boiled water, etc.).
• If the power supply is disconnected, please wait
for at least 5 minutes before re-connecting power.
• Do not drop objects inside the resrigerator or strike
the inner wall. This may cause the inner surface
to crack.
IMPORTANT
Evaporating pan;
WARNING
•
To prevent cracking on inside surfaces and
plastic components, follow these tips.
• Wipe any food oils adhered to plastic
components.
• Some household chemicals may cause
damage, so use only diluted washing-up
liquid (soapy water).
• If undiluted detergent is used or soapy water
is not wiped off thoroughly, cracking of plastic
parts can result.
1. Remove the shelves and pockets from the cabinet
and door. Wash them in warm soapy dishwashing
water; rinse in clean water and dry.
2. Clean the inside with a cloth soaked in warm
soapy dishwashing water. Then, use cold water
to wipe off soapy water.
3. Wipe the exterior with a soft cloth each time it is
soiled.
4. Clean the Magnetic door seal with a toothbrush
and warm soapy dishwashing water.
(Only SJ-N19S)
How to remove
Remove the two screws
to take the Evaporating
pan off. Please pay
attention to the safety
since the compressor is
very hot.
Screws
Evaporating
pan
Compressor
Replacing method of the lamp bulb
1. Unplug the refrigerator first to prevent electric shock.
2. Replace the lamp bulb with the same type.
TEMPERATURE
CONTROL
MED
MID
MAX
OFF
LAMP E12, MAX 240V 10W
Lamp
bulb
Switching off your refrigerator
If you switch your refrigerator off when you are
going away for an extended period, remove all
food, clean the interior thoroughly. Remove the
power cord plug from the power socket and
leave all doors open.
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BEFORE YOU CALL FOR SERVICE
Before you call for service, check the following points.
Problem
Solution
The outside of a cabinet is hot when It is normal. The hot pipe is in the cabinet in order to prevent dew
touched.
generation.
When there is refrigerator noise.
It is normal for the refrigerator to produce the following sounds.
• Loud noise produced by the compressor when operation starts
--- Sound becomes quieter after a while.
• Sound of flowing fluid (gurgling sound, fizzing sound)
--- Sound of refrigerant flowing in pipes (sound may become louder
from time to time).
• Cracking or crunching sound, Squeaking sound
--- Sound produced by expansion and contraction of inner walls and
internal parts during cooling.
Frosting or dew generation occurs
inside or outside the refrigerator.
This may occur in one of the following cases. Use a wet cloth for wiping
frost and a dry cloth for wiping dew.
• When the ambient humidity is high.
• When the door is frequently opened and closed.
• When foods containing plenty of moisture are stored.
(Wrapping is required.)
The foods in the refrigerator
compartment freeze.
• Is the refrigerator is operated for a long time with temp. control set
at MAX ? When not required, be sure to return the knob to the
original position.
It smells in the compartment
• Wrapping is required for the foods with strong smell.
When the refrigerator is not cold.
• Check if the power is off or not.
• Check if the temperature control knob setting is “ OFF ” or not.
IF YOU STILL REQUIRE SERVICE
Refer to your nearest service agent approved by SHARP.
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SPECIFICATION
Model
SJ - N15S
SJ - N19S
Rated Voltage (V~)
220
220
Rated Frequency (Hz)
50
50
Power input (W)
77
77
Flammable Insulation Blowing Gas
CYCLO PENTANE (NON CFC 100%)
Refrigerant
HFC-134a
Mass of the Refrigerant (g)
HFC-134a
90
90
147/5.2
185/6.5
Width
535
535
Depth
560
560
Height
1050
1260
Actual storage volume (dm /cu.ft)
Dimensions (mm.)
CYCLO PENTANE (NON CFC 100%)
NOTE Specification and equipment are subject to change without any obligation on the part of the
manufacture with today’s progressive manufacturing.
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