Daewoo | FR-095S | 1. Installation Instructions

1. Installation Instructions
Suitable Installation Place
Where the floor is solid and level
Where ventilation is good
Where there is little or no heat, moisture
•Unstable installation causes vibration and
noise of refrigerator.
• More than 10 cm from 3 sides (left, right
and back) is good enough for ventilation.
• Direct sun lays, side heat of stove and gas
range can weaken the refrigerating power.
• Wooden floor or carpet can be discolored
under the refrigerator.
• Insufficient space causes the noise of
vibration, weakening of refrigerating
power and the waste of electricity.
• Doors look hanged down due to the twist
of refrigerator unless it is leveled.
Grounding
CONTENTS
1. Installation Instructions............................ 1
Suitable Installation Place............................ 1
Grounding .................................................... 1
Correct usage of Refrigerator ...................... 1
Installation Process...................................... 1
2. Safety Instructions .................................... 2
5. Control Buttons & Indicators ................... 8
• Avoid location where moisture can cause
electrical problems.
• Use hard board or plank on the
concrete/cement floor.
Grounding terminal is the green one connected to the power cord in the back of
refrigerator.
Grounding is necessary
where
water can splash easily ;
bathroom etc.
there is much moisture ;
basement etc.
Grounding by using
grounding wire
Bury copper plate to whitch grounding wire is connected 25 cm deep in the ground.
Grounding by using
short-circuit breaker
Short-circuit breaker is a must where the floor is always wet, for example, fish shop, restaurant
kitchen etc.
Grounding is not necessary
in case of using side-grounded outlet.
3. Looks Out of Order, But, Not. .................. 6
4. Name of Each Part & Function................. 8
Temperature regulation
• Avoid location by a sink or where moisture
and water can cause rust and corrosion.
You should not connect the
ground wire to
6. Care & Cleaning....................................... 10
Side
Grounded
outlet
any wet and/or watery
places.
Grounding wire
water pipe, gas pipe, telephone line,
lightening-rod.
There can be explosion or fire.
7. Helpful Hints ............................................ 11
8. Efficient Storage of Foods ..................... 11
Correct usage of Refrigerator
Installation Process
9. Handle Installation .................................. 12
Plug in the refrigerator
right after installation.
* See page
details.
Set the both
compartments’
temperature to “MAX” to
perform preparatory run
for 2 or 3 hours.
When the inside is cold
enough, put the foods in.
* When the surrounding
temperature is hot in
midsummer, do not
open and shut the doors
too often after
installation.
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Attatch the height adjustable legs to their holes in the
left and right bottom of refrigerator.
Adjust the height by turning the legs until they touch the floor.
for
• Let the right adjustable leg touch the floor firmly, while the
left, smoothly.
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2. Safety Instructions
WARNING
WARNING
■ Improper use can cause physical damage - personal injury.
NO
NO
ATTENTION
■ Improper use can cause injury or material damage to the household
Never install the refrigerator
where there is much moisture
and water splashes.
Do not allow children to
hang on the doors.
BE SURE TO KEEP
NO/NEVER
DO NOT DISASSEMBLE DO NOT TOUCH
UNPLUG
GROUND
• It can be a danger of short
circuit or fire.
• The refrigerator may
be tipped over and
hurt.
NEVER USE
NEVER USE
When you smell something strange
out of refrigerator, unplug it to
stop running.
Never use plug if it is loose.
CAUTION:
1. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer or its service agent
or a qualified person.
2. The appliance is not intended for use by young children or infirm persons without supervision.
3. Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
WARNING
VENTILATION
EXCLUSIVE
POWER OUTLET
In case of gas leak, ventilate the
room instead of unplugging
the refrigerator.
Use exclusive power outlet for the
refrigerator only.
• Several plugs in an outlet may
cause fire.
Do not use a double outlet or
extension cord.
• Explosion or fire may
happen.
ATTENTION
DISCARDING
Do not eat any frozen food immediately
from the freezer compartment.
When discarding the refrigerator, remove
the door packing.
• It can cause cold-burns.
• Children may be trapped inside it.
CLEAN PLUG
• There can be electric shock or
fire by short circuit.
• It is very dangerous to
keep the abnormal
refrigerator running on.
NEVER USE
NEVER EAT
Never use any spray near the
refrigerator.
Never eat deteriorated food stored
too long in the refrigerator or in the
out-of-order refrigerator.
• It can cause danger of
explosion.
• Food poisoning may occur.
NEVER STORE
NEVER
DISASSEMBLE
This refrigerator is for storing
foods only.
Unplug and clean with dry
cloth if dirty.
Do not repair the
refrigerator on your own.
• Do not store medicines,
flammable things, and study
sample, etc.
• Dusty and dirty
plug may cause fire.
NO
NO
Never install the refrigerator where
there is much moisture and water
splashes.
Do not put heavy things
or water tanks on top of
refrigerator.
• It can be a danger of short
circuit or fire.
• It is dangerous when they
fall down and short circuit
can happen.
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• It can work abnormally and
cause bigger trouble.
NEVER TOUCH
NEVER TOUCH
Do not use any sharp tools
when cleaning inside.
Do not pull and/or push
the plug with wet hand.
• The cooling system can be
damaged or there may be
electric shock.
• There can be danger of
electric shock.
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WARNING
WARNING
UNPLUG
UNPLUG
DOOR HANDLES
FOOD STORAGE
Unplug first when exchanging the
bulb and/or cleaning the
refrigerator.
If not using refrigerator for a long
time, unplug and take all the
foods out.
Hold door handles to open and
close the doors.
When you store foods in the
pockets, push the food to the
pocket bottom.
• Your fingers may be
hurted.
• In case of power failure,
foods may decay and other
accident (short circuit, fire etc.)
can happen.
UNPLUG
GROUNDING
Grip the whole plug when
unplugging the unit.
Be sure to ground.
• Tall bottles may fall down
or the pockets can be broken.
POWER FAILURE
HAND OVER
In case of power failure, open and shut
the doors as few as possible.
Keep this manual for future hand over
of this refrigerator.
• New user may not know well how to use this
refrigerator.
• There is a danger of
electric shock due to short
circuit or mal-function.
• Holding only the wire can cause
electric spark or short circuit.
WARNING
MOVING/ CARRYING
MOVING / CARRYING
When you move the refrigerator, take
all the foods out and empty the ice box
and evaporation dish of water.
Lift the refrigerator up enough not to
scratch a soft floor.
CAUTION
After you unpluged refrigerator, wait 5
minutes or more to
plug in again.
If there is water or oil on the floor around
refrigerator, wipe it out.
ATTENTION
FORBIDDEN
Do not store bottles, cans
or canned food in the freezer
compartment.
MOVING/ CARRYING
INSTALLATION
Foods should not protrude from shelves.
Grip two handle bars front bottom and
formed handle top back of refrigerator.
Place on a solid and level floor.
• They can fall down and/
or be broken when
the door is opened.
• Unstable installation causes
distortion of cabinet and doors.
• Gripping other parts can
be slippery and
dangerous.
• There is danger of
slipping over to be hurt.
• If you plug in again
immediately, electric parts
can be damaged.
• Front and rear wheels under the
refrigerator may scratch the floor.
• Foods may be damaged and
you can slip on watery floor.
DRIVE / RUN
• They can be broken or exploded
by freezing.
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HEIGHT
ADJUSTING FEET
HEIGHT
ADJUSTING FEET
When turning up the feet,
lift the set a little.
When moving and carrying
the set, turn the feet up.
• It is hard to turn them up unless
the set is lifted.
• If the feet touch the floor, they can
be broken or the floor may be scratched.
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DO NOT TOUCH
DO NOT TOUCH
Do not touch cold surfaces of foods or food
containers in the freezer compartment directly.
Do not reach your hands or legs
under the refrigerator (when
cleaning under the refrigerator.
• Skin can adhere to these cold surfaces.
(Especially when your hands are wet
and damp.)
• You can be hurt by
rough edges and parts
under the refrigerator.
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3. Looks Out lf Order, But, Not.
Before calling for service, check the followings.
Refrigerator Is Not Wrong or Out of Order In These Cases...
Foods freeze in the fresh food compartment.
Has the temperature been on “MAX” continuously?
Is the temperature near refrigerator less than 5˚C?
Was moist foods such as vegetables placed just in front of the cold air duct?
Refrigerator never get cold.
Moisture is forming on
cabinet surface !
• Moisture can be formed during the rainy season or through continuous
hot and humid days.
Wipe out the surface with dry cloth.
It sounds water-flowing
in the refrigerator.
• The sound can be heard when the compressor stops.
When refrigerant to cools down, the system can make such a sound.
Doors are not
opened easily.
• Such case happens when you open the door right after closing it.
Do not try to force the doors to open; wait about 30 seconds or so.
Front feels warm.
• Front part of cabinet may feel warm because of the hot-pipe to prevent
the forming of moisture.
Cracking sound comes
out of the inside.
• When the parts inside shrink and expand due to temperature change,
such sound can be heard.
Freezer compartment door
is opened and shut slightly.
• When you shut the fresh food compartment door quickly, the freezer
compartment door is opened and shut slightly of itself. That’s because
of the condensed air in the fresh food compartment run to the freezer
compartment by closing the door.
Frost forms inside the fresh
food compartment
• When the surroundings are hot and humid, if you open and shut the
doors frequently. When you store watery food unwrapped, frost may
also form. It is all because of the moisture in the air being trapped
inside.
Is there no power failure?
Is the mains play firmly secure.
Refrigerator does not get cold enough.
Has the temperature been on “MIN” continuously? Set the temperature to “NORMAL”.
Has too hot food put in? Check food storage state.
Is the inside filled with too much food?
Is either door open or did you open and shut the doors too often?
Is there a gas range or a stove near the refrigerator? Is it in direct sun-light? Check the installation place.
Refrigerator is noisy.
Check!
Is the floor firm and level or the refrigerator levelled well ?
Is the back of refrigerator touching the wall ?
Moisture collects inside.
Check if either door is open.
Did you leave the doors open too
long or is moist food put with its
lid off ?
Moisture disappears naturally if
doors are closed, but it’s better to
wipe it off with dry cloth.
Water is flowing out when
moving the refrigerator.
Have you dried and emptied the
evaporator dish?
Something smells.
Air ducts blocked with foods ?
Is strong odoring food stored
unwrapped ? Check the food
storage state.
* The vegetable cases are closed, so
deodorazing is almost impossible.
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4. NAME OF EACH PART & USAGE
Freezer compartment shelf
• Provided to make ice or store frozen food.
Temperature control of freezer
compartment
Freezer compartment pockets
• For storing dried foods for so long
(dried squid, dried anchovy etc.)
• Do not store bottled drinks...
Temperature control of fresh food
compartment
Shelf Lock( not all models)
Fresh case
• It is installed to prevent the adjustable
shelves from falling during
transportation or moving.
• Push the top of the lock to pull out and
replace it after adjusting the shelves.
• Store food at 0~1 to keep it of lt’s own natural
taste and nutrient.
* Push the case backward completely, or it may
touch the door to be broken.
Fresh food compartment pockets
Fresh food compartment shelf
EGG POCKET
• Use when storing eggs.
• Provided to store day to day food.
MULTI-PURPOSE POCKET
• Use when storing bottled or packed foods, beer cans,
spice containers etc.
High humidity vegetable
JUMBO POCKET
• Use when storing large size bottles, tall food containers
etc.
• It keeps vegetables fresh by humidity control lever.
Kick plate
BOTTLE POCKET
• Use when storing small size bottles, food containers etc.
• Don’t let the children step on it for it can be broken.
Features are model dependent.
5. TEMPERATURE CONTROL
Freezer compartment
TEMP. CONTROL
Fresh food compartment
TEMP. CONTROL
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• When storing large quantities
of food.
• When surround temperature is
below 10°C.
TEMP. CONTROL
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6. CARE & CLEANING
7. Helpful Hints
When you replace the light bulbs
Before Cleaning
• When the outside(cabinet, doors) is stained with cooking oil or dirt, wipe it out quickly.
• To keep the inside sanitary without odor or dirt, regular cleaning required at least once a month.
• Spills of cooking oil, butter etc. can cause the parts of plastics to crack.
Light bulb of freezer compartment
Light bulb of fresh food compartment
In Cleaning
• Don’t pour water to the refrigerator directly.
• Cleaning the inside, don’t use chemical(alkaline) detergent, wax, gasoline, alcohol, benzen, thinner, hot(boiling) water,
scrubber etc., cleaning the doors and cabinet, avoid solvent, abrasives, spray-on cleaners etc.
• Instead, use soft cloth with dish washer and clean up with water, dry with a soft cloth.
• See to the followings after cleaning. If something’s wrong, call for service.
• Is the power cord peeled?
• Is the plug hot unusually?
• Did you plug in the outlet firmly?
Front & Rear Rollers
• When cleaning the floor under refrigerator or the behind, shorten the hight adjusting feet until the front rollers touch the floor
enough and move the refrigerator.
• After cleaning, level the refrigerator by turning the feet. (See
4 page )
1. Unplug the refrigerator.
2. Pull out the shelf.
3. Insert your finger into the groove under the light bulb and
turn to take it out.
4. Replace it with the same size and type of bulb.
* Call the service center when you get the bulbs or too hard for you to replace it.
In case of
power failure
After Cleaning
1. Unplug the refrigerator.
2. Pull the light shield down forward, turn to take the bulb out.
3. Replace it with the same size and type of bulb.
Do not open and shut the doors, if possible, then no problem storing
the food 2~3 hours long even in the midsummer.
On the freezer
compartment
shelf.
In case of predicted power failure, do not store any more food and
make as much ice as you can to put it on the upper shelf of fresh
food compartment. The inside would be kept cold.
When not
using for
a long time
Dry the
refrigerater
for 3~2 days
Clean the inside and leave the doors open for 2~3 days in order
to prevent mold development or odor saturation.
8. Efficient Storage of Foods
Be sure to wrap foods - fish, meat, etc. - to be stored in the freezer compartment to avoid odor.
Keep foods clean !
Be sure wipe the packed foods,
wash vegetables.
EVAPORATION DISH
New evaporating system, no need to clean at ordinary use.
If it has to be cleaned due to strong odor at midsummer, see the following instruction.
1) Unplug the refrigerator.
2) Unscrew the cover below back of refrigerator and clean the dish.
3) After cleaning the dish, screw the cover and check if anything wrong.
* While cleaning, be careful not to be hurt by hot pipes, compressor etc. and not to breake system parts.
Divide foods into one-time serving !
If hot food is put in immediately,
the temperature inside rises up,
keeping foods fresh impossible,
resulting in waste of electricity.
Dividing food into one-time
serving and storage makes it easy
to take out, enhancing
refrigerating power. Frozed food
can be thawed easily.
Wipe out
divide!
Hot Food
Wrap foods !
Make sure to wrap foods such as
Kimchi and fish in order to
prevent drying and odor.
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Cool down to room temperature !
Do not fill the inside up !
Too much food will interfere
with cold air circulation. Do not
place watery food close to the
cold air ducts.
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Open and shut doors quickly !
Frequent opening and shutting doors
causes loss of cold air, waste of
electricity weakening of refrigerating
power.
9. Handle Installation
Note : Philips screw driver(+) is required for installation.
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MULTI AIR FLOW SYSTEM
FR-640K*
FR-641K*
Code : M512-3
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