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Daewoo DAEWOO FRN-U20DD User guide
Read this user guide thoroughly and carefully before using for your
safety and optimal performance of refrigerator.
Code : C60AC-6
SAFETY WARNING (R-600a Models Only)
This appliance contains a certain amount of isobutane refrigerant (R600a) a natural gas with high
environmental compatibility that is, however, also combustible.
when transporting and installing the appliance, care should be taken to ensure that no parts of the
refrigerating circuit are damaged.
Refrigerant squirting out of the pipes could ignite or cause an eye injury. If a leak is detected, avoid any
naked flames or potential sources of ignition and air the room in which appliance is standing for several
In order to avoid the creation of a flammable gas-air mixture if a leak in the refrigerating circuit occurs, the size
of the room in which the appliance may be sited depends on the amount of refrigerant used. The room must
be 1m3 in size for every 8g of R600a refrigrant inside the appliance. The amount of refrigerant is shown on the
identification plate inside the appliance.
Never start up an appliance showing any signs of damage. lf in doubt, consult your dealer.
Caution 1. If the supply cord becomes damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer or its service agent
or a similarly qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
2. This appliance 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 appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
Be sure to keep for safety
Installation Guide
Control Panel
Temperature Control
How to change Interior Light Bulb
How to use interior Parts
How to use the Dispenser
How to use Automatic Icemaker
Care & Cleaning
Before You Call for Service...
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Installation Preparation
If the refrigerator can not pass through a door
during installation, follow these steps
Refrigerator Leveling &
Door Adjustment(if needed.)
How to install Water Line
How to use the interior parts
Do not touch or hold with wet hands foods (foods container) in the
freezer compartment.
There is a risk of chilblains (cold burn)
Do not store medicine, academic research samples etc. in the
Do not store vegetables in the chilled room, for they can be frozen.
Egg case can be placed on a refrigerator shelf as you like.
Freezer Pocket
Food Storage Tips
For storing frozen foods
(Do not store ice cream or long stored foods on the
top freezer pocket.)
Wash foods before storing.
Freezer Shelf (tempered glass)
For storing frozen foods such as meat, fish, ice-cream...
Drying Case of Freezer
Divide and separate foods into
smaller pieces.
For storing dried foods for so long
(dried squid, dried anchovy etc.)
Meat case of Freezer
For storing meat, fish, chicken with foil cover or vinyl wrap
Place watery foods or foods
with much moisture in front of
shelves (close to door side).
Wine Keeper(Option)
Refrigerator Shelf (tempered glass)
If they are placed close to the
cold air spout, they can be
For storng common foods
Chilled Case (Option)
For storing foods temporarily that are ready to cook(meat, fish...)
Movable Egg Case
Place the case for your convenience.
(Do not use the case for storing ice cubes
nor place in the freezer compartment.)
Be careful in storing such
tropical fruit as bananas,
pineapples, tomatos, for they
can easily be deteriorate in
lower temperature.
Vegetable Case
Magic Cool Zone (Option)
Refer to page 10.
❈ Full - option models illustrated. Features are model - dependent.
Keep enough space between
the foods as possible. If too
tight or too close, cold air
circulation is hindered, resulting
in poor refrigeration.
Dairy Pocket
For storing dairy products such
as butter and cheese
Refreshment Pocket
(Refreshment Pocket Models Only)
For frequently used cans, drink water, beverages
Refrigerator Pocket
For storing refrigerating foods, milk, juice, beer bottle etc.
Warm or hot foods should be
cooled down enough before
storing to reduce power
consumption and to enhance
refrigeration performance.
Never forget to cover or wrap
foods to prevent odour of
Magic cool zone (Option)
How to use the Automatic Icemaker
Magic cool zone Contol graphic and Control function
About 10 icecubes (7~8 times a day) are made at one time. If the ice storage case is full, icemaking stops.
When you plug in first, “OFF” LED is ON.
You can choose “OFF” “VEGETABLE”
“SELECT” button.
It is normal for the icemaker to make banging sounds when the icecubes are falling into the ice storage case.
“MEAT” by pushing the
To prevent a bad odour or smells, regularly clean the Icecubes Storage Case.
If the amount of ice in the storage case is not sufficient, the ice may not be dispensed. Wait a day or so to make more ice.
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If the ice does not dispense easily, ensure the dispenser outlet is not blocked.
In case the icemaker doesn’t work
The LEDs and temperatures indicate what you have selected.
Displayed temperature means a target setting value, so it may differ from the actual
room temperature.
If the icecubes get stuck and not dispensed
Pull out the ice storage case and separate the icecubes any icecubes that may have stuck together.
If the amount of water which is supplied to the icemaker needs adjusting. Call for the service agent.
In case of power failure
The icecubes in the case may melt to flow down to the freezer room.
If long hours' of power failure is predicted, pull out the case, remove the icecubes in it and replace it back.
How to use the Dispenser
Select WATER / CRUSHED ICE / CUBED ICE and press the cup on the PUSH pad for your convenience.
Press the ‘Dispenser’ button to select WATER and ICON lights up to show it is on.
Use only the ices out of this refrigerator.
Press the ‘Dispenser’ button to select CRUSHED ICE and ICON turns on.
Press the ‘Dispenser’ button to select CUBED ICE and ICON turns on.
❈ When you get [CUBED ICE] or [CRUSHED ICE], remove the cup from the pad when if it is half full.
( If you don’t, the remaining ICES will make the cup overflow or the dispenser outlet become blocked.)
Avoid using thin fragile cups or crystal glasses when taking (crushed) icecubes.
For your safety, never insert your fingers or other tools into the dispenser outlet.
If you find the (crushed/cubed) ices discolored, stop using the dispenser and call the service agent.
1 hour after you get [CUBED ICE] or [CRUSHED ICE], the selection mode returns to [WATER]
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