SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Read Instructions
All the safety and operating instructions should be read
before the appliance is operated.
Retain Instructions
The safety and operating instructions should be retained
for future reference.
Heed Warnings
All warnings on the appliance and in the operating
instructions should be adhered to.
Follow Instructions
All operating and use instructions should be followed
Model and serial numbers
Please refer to both model and serial numbers in any correspondence concerning your freezer/refrigerator.
Data of Purchased............................
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CONTENTS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS...................................................................................................1
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS..................................................................................................2
PARTS DESCRIPTION...................................... ...............................................................4
DOOR REVERSAL ............................................................................................................6
TO MAKE ICE CUBES.......................................................................................................7
DEFROSTING....................................................................................................................8
STORAGE AND CLEANING...............................................................................................9
TROUBLE SHOOTING ...................................................... ...............................................11
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION
Keep regular intervals
- Leave a space of 2inch between refrigerator back and wall behind. If your refrigerator is going into a recessed
area in the wall, allow at least 10 inches or more clearance above the refrigerator.
This refrigerator is designed for free standing only.
- This refrigerator should not be recessed or built in.
Avoid the direct sunlight or heater
- As plastic and electrical components are affected by direct heat, never place the unit near cookers, radiators or in places
exposed to direct sunlight.
- Normal room temperature is recommended.
Never install the unit near water.
- Avoid locations which may be affected by or dampness as this will impair the efficiency of the insulation.
Install on a stable, level surface.
- Make sure it is placed on a flat, level surface.
For personal safety, this appliance must be properly grounded.
- This refrigerator should not be grounded with telephone line,gas pipe,etc.
30cm
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CAUTIONS WHILE USING
Do not use the appliance if it is not operating correctly or has been damaged. Disconnect it from the power supply
and call your local service center.
Be careful not to splash water on the back of the refrigerator to use it in safety .
-The insulation of the electric parts will be impaired by water.
Avoid leaving the door open any longer than necessary as this will impair the efficiency of the unit making it more
costly to run.
Do not use flammable sprays such as lacquer and paint near the refrigerator, because there is a possible danger of
its ignition.
Do not put volatile chemicals such as ether and benzene in the refrigerator, because there is a danger of explosion.
Don't allow children to hang on the door.
-Children should not be left alone or unattended in an area where the appliance is in use. They may be hurt and could damage
the refrigerator.
If the power is damaged, avoid a hazard by replacing it through the manufacturer or its service agent or a
similarly qualified person.
The appliance is not intended for use by young children or infirm persons without supervision.
Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
If a stationary appliance is not provide with a supply for and a plug or with other means for
disconnection form the supply having an air gap contact separation in all active(phase)
conductors,the instructions shall state that such means for disconnection shall be
incorporation in the fixed wiring according to the wiring rules.
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Don t use the appliance outdoors or let it be rained on.
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NAME OF REFRIGERATOR AND OPERATION
FRONT THE REFRIGERATOR
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2
3
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9
5
10
6
7
11
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1. TOP TABLE (OPTION)
2. COVER FREEZER
3. DRIP WATER TRAY
4. CASE THERMO
5. SHELF UP
6. SHELF LOW
7. GUARD DOOR
8. FOOT
9. GUARD DOOR
10.GUARD CAN
11.GUARD BOTTLE
1. TOP TABLE (OPTION)
2. COVER FREEZER
3. DRIP WATER TRAY
4. CASE THERMO
5. SHELF UP
6. COVER VEGETABLE
7. VEGETABLE-BOX
8. FOOT
9. GUARD BOTTLE UPP
10.GUARD CAN
11.GUARD BOTTLE LOW
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INITIAL USING METHOD
All of the following should be satisifed when tested in the followingorder, check electricity supply.
When the cause of trouble can not be located, contact your dealer.
1. Place all shelves, all kinds of vessels in their proper positions which have been removed for transportation.
2. Clean refrigerator and parts to remove dust incurred during shipping.
3. Set cold control knob at "COLD" position and let refrigerator operate for one hour. Freezer compartment should get slightly chilled
and motor should run smoothly with no noise but soft hum.
4. Store food after the temperature in the refrigerator gets sufficiently low. It takes a few hours after starting the refrigerator to
reach the proper temperature.
5. Your refrigerator is operated by a compressor which switchs "on and off" to maintain the intemal temperature. When the
compressor is new it requires running in for a period of up to 2 months.During this period it may operate a little noiser than normal.
This is quite normal and does not represent a fault.
CONTROL SETTINGS
The temperature control maintains the temperature in the refrigerator. Setting the control at COOL is the
warmest setting. Setting the control at COLDEST is the coldest setting. Set the control at COLD.
Allow 24 hours for the refrigerator to reach the COLD temperature. If you want a colder or warmer
temperature,move the dial one setting at a time. Moving the control to OFF stops cooling but does
not turn off the power to the refrigerator. Setting the control to one of the snowflake positions may cause
freezing the refrigerator depending on the room temperature.
How To Test Temperatures
Use the milk test. Place a container of milk on a shelf and check it a day later. If the milk is too warm
or too cold, adjust the temperature control.
After changing the control, allow 24 hours for the refrigerator to reach the temperature you have set.
COLD
COOL
OFF
COLDEST
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DOOR REVERSAL
1. Remove the two screws at the back of the top cover.
Top cover
/ cubierta por cima
2. Remove the top cover by lifting the back up about 2 inches
and then sliding it forward.
3. Remove the small plug button on the left side of the door
top cap.
Upper hinge
/ gozne superior
Left hinge location
/ colocacion izquierda de gozne
Top plate
/ lamina por
cima
4. Remove the three screws on the upper hinge (right side ).
Remove the hinge .
5. Remove the three screws at the left hinge location on the
top plate .
Plug button
/ taco boton
Door top cap
/ tapapor cima
de puerta
6. Remove the screw in the middle of the top plate and remove
the top plate .
7. Lift the door up and off the bottom hinge (right side ).
8. Tilt the refrigerator cabinet back to remove the right leveling
leg.
9. Romove the secrews on the bottom hinge (right side )and the
left leveling leg. Move the bottom hinge to the left side and
secure it with the screws and leveling leg.
IMPORTANT:The left leg has a spacer that must be moved
to the right side leveling leg when the door swing is reversed.
10. Screw the right leveling leg ,with the spacer in place,back
in place on the right side.
11. Position the door on the left bottom hinge .with the
magnetic gasket holding the door in place replace the top
plateand screws.
12. Make sure the door is aligned with the refrigerator
cabinet before continuing .
13. Secure the top hinge with screws.
14. Slide the top cover back in place and replace the tow screws.
15. Put the plug button in the hole on the right side of the door top cap.
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Bottom hinge
/ gozne inferior
Spacer
/ anillo de espaciar
Levelinglegs
/ pie de nivelacion
TO MAKE ICE CUBES
If you want to make ice cubes put the ice tray in
the freezer compartment.
FREEZER
COMPARMENT
Slide the ice tray into the freezer compartment.
Fill water into the ice tray to the about 80%capacity.
When you want to make ice cubes rapidly, the
thermostat should be set at COLDEST .
Hold both ends of the ice tray, remove the
ice cubes from the tray by twisting it gently.
Do not bend the ice tray or it will crack.
COLD
COOL
OFF
COLDEST
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DEFROSTING
HOW TO DEFROST
1
Empty freezer.
temperature control to "OFF".
2WithSetthethefreezer
door opened, set the temperature
Remove ice tray and frozen foods to the
fresh food compartment.
control to "OFF" . In 30 to 40 minutes, the frost on the
freezer wall will begin to melt and can be easily removed.
COLD
COOL
COLDEST
OFF
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4 Do not use sharp objects.
Remove the frost with a soft cloth only.
If the frost is forced off with a knife or a screwdriver,
the surface of the freezer will be damaged or have
a hole made in it. From the hole ,refrigerator would
leak and result in inability to refrigerate.
Remove the frost with a cloth and wipe the
freezer bottom.
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STORAGE AND CLEANING
TO STORE FOOD EFFICIENTLY
Do not load your refrigerator or freezer with hot food. Allow sufficient time for cooling.
It saves energy consumption and time for freezing.
Cover moist foods with tight lids plastic containers or wrapped in vinyl film. It prevents smell from soaking
in the refrigerator.
Be sure not to store bottles such as beer, cokes, etc. in the freezer compartment.
Do not overload your set with a lot of foods.
This refrigerator is not suitable for storing the scientific data and medicines.
The procedures for replacing the bulb:
1.Unplug and disconnect the power.
2.Open the door and remove the water tray.
3.Remove the burned out bulb by rotating it.
4.Replace it with a new bulb.
5.Put the water tray back and plug the power.
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HOW TO CLEAN THE UNIT
Exterior
- Wipe with a damp sudsy cloth, then dry.
- For stubborn strains and for periodic waxing, use silicon wax.
Interior
- Wash entire compartments with a baking soda solution (two tablespoon of baking soda to one quart of warm
water). Rinse and dry.
Interior parts
- Wash compartment shelves, door shelves etc.
-With either the baking soda solution or a mild detergent and warm water. Rinse and dry.
Magnetic door gaskets
-Wash with warm sudsy water,rinse throughly and dry.
The drip water tray
- To take out the drained water tray placing under evaporator(lift upward slightly and pull it,being likely slide out
downward slant).Clean it once in a month.
- It is not inserted properly,drained wateris full of tray and it cannot be vaporized. or it will cause unusual vibrating
noises.
The finishing touch
-Insert all parts to proper location and set Temperature controldial to desired setting.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
SYMPTOMS
CHECKS
Refrigerator does not operate
- Check if there is electrical power to equipment
- Check if the home's main circuit breaker box is
working .
- The refrigerator control dial "on".
Refrigerator is warmer than usual
- Check if control is set properly.
- Check if the door has been open for a long time.
- Have you recently added a large quantity of food?
There are unusual noises
- Check if the unit is installed in a firm place or not.
- Is shelving or storage loose inside the unit?
- Is evaporating tray inserted properly?
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COMING EVENTS
When out of operated for a long time .
- Remove all food and disconnect the power supply cord.Dry your refrigerator, opening the door for 2-3days.
When you get ready to move
- Securely fasten removable interior part (or remove and package them separately).
- Do not put your refrigerator horizontally, or compressor may be damaged.
Power failure
- You should minimize the number of door is opening. while the power is off (1-2 hours).
- During power failure of longer periods, take steps to protect your frozen food by placing block of dry- ice on
top of packages.
- If dry ice is not available, see if you can temporarily use a freezer in your local locker plant.
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