Manual de Instruções da Máquina de Café Expresso da

SIDE BY SIDE
JSBS4PS011299
INSTRUCTIONS MANUAL
CONTENTS
 Safety warnings ………...…………...............……………………….…………2
 Installation Instruction
Placement Start .............................…………......................………………….…..8
Human-Machine Interface and button Operation ...................................….….. 9
 List of Fault Codes ………….………………………………………………….11
 Side by Side Features
Names of components ……………………….................………….…………..….12
Refrigerating chamber ……………………................……………….………...….12
Freezing chamber …………………................….....…….………………………..13
 Maintenance of Side by Side
Cleaning …………....…………..........…………………….………………………..13
Defrost ………………..........………………................……………….……………14
Stop using…………………………................………………………………………14
 Frequently asked questions …………...........……........……………..…......15
 General Warranty Terms ……………………….……………………………..17
 Declaration of Conformity ……………………………………………………18
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SAFETY WARNINGS
This chapter describes the important security matters to prevent users from
injury or property damage. Please understand fully the following text (logo,
icon) and comply with safety warnings.
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result
in death or serious injury.
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result
in death or serious injury.
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or
serious injury.
The symbols indicate prohibited matters, and those behaviors
may result in product damages or endanger the personal safety
of users.
The symbols indicate matters that be followed, and those behaviors
must be strictly in line with the operations requirements. Non-compliance
with the instructions may result in product damages or endanger the
personal safety of users.
The symbols indicate matters to pay attention to, and these behaviors
shall be specially noted. Due precautions are needed or minor or
moderate injuries or damages of the product will be caused.
 Keep ventilation openings, in the appliance enclosure or in the built-in
structure, clear of obstruction.
 Do not use mechanical devices or other means to accelerate the defrosting
process, other than those recommended by the manufacturer.
 Do not damage the refrigerant circuit.
 Do not use electrical appliances inside the food storage compartments of the
appliance, unless they are of the type recommended by the manufacturer.
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 The appliance has to be unplugged after use and before carrying out user
maintenance on the appliance.
 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.
 Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the
appliance.
 If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its
service agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
 Please abandon the refrigeration according to a local regulations for it use
flammable blowing gas and refrigerant.
 Please according to a local regulations regarding disposal of the appliance
for its flammable refrigerant and blowing gas. Before you scrap the
appliance, please take off the doors to prevent children trapped.
 This appliance is intended to be used in household and similar applications
such as staff kitchen areas in shops, offices and other working environments;
 staff kitchen areas in shops, offices and other working environments
 farm houses and by clients in hotels, motels and other residential type
environments
 bed and breakfast type environments;
 catering and similar non-retail applications,
 Do not store explosive substances such as aerosol with flammable propellant
in this appliance.
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ELECTRICITY RELATED WARNINGS
Do not pull the power cord when pulling the power
plug of the refrigerator. Please firmly grasp the plug
and pull out it from the socket directly.
Do not damage the power cord under any condition so
as to ensure safety use. Do not use when the power
cord is damaged or the plug is worn.
Worn or damaged power cord shall be replaced in
manufacture-authorized maintenance stations.
Please use a dedicated three-hole power socket which
is 10A or more and the power socket shall not be
shared with other electrical appliances.
The power cord should be firmly contacted with the
socket or else fires might be caused. Please ensure
that grounding electrode of the power socket is
equipped with reliable grounding line.
The refrigerator adopts 220-240V/50Hz AC power,
voltage fluctuations over the range of 220-240±10V
will cause malfunction or even damage.
Pl Please turn off the valve of the leaking gas and
then open the doors and windows in case of leakage
of gas and other flammable gases. Do not unplug the
refrigerator and other electrical appliances considering
that spark may cause a fire.
To ensure safety, it is not recommended that to place
regulators, rice cookers, microwave ovens and other
appliances at the top of the refrigerator, those
recommended by the manufacture are not included.
Do not use electrical appliances in the food pantry.
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Related warnings for use
A Authorized demolition or renovation of the
refrigerator is not prohibited. It is forbidden to
damage the refrigerant
Lines and the repair and maintenance of the
refrigerator must be carried out by professionals.
Damaged power cord must be replaced by the
its
maintenance
department
or
professionals in order to avoid danger
related
The surrounding of the appliances around or the
embedded structure shall not be obstructed while
good ventilation shall be maintained.
The gaps between refrigerator doors and between
doors and refrigerator body are small, be noted not
to put your hand in these areas to prevent
squeezing the finger. Please be gentle when
switching off the refrigerator door to avoid falling
articles.
Do not pick foods or containers in the freezing
chamber when the refrigerator is running,
especially metal containers In order to avoid
frostbite.
Do not allow children to enter or climb the
refrigerator to prevent that children are sealed in
the refrigerator or children are injured by the falling
refrigerator.
Do not spray or wash the refrigerator; do not put
the refrigerator in moist place easy to be splashed
with water so as not to affect the electrical
insulation properties of the refrigerator.
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Do not place heavy objects on the top of the
refrigerator considering that objectives may fall
when switching the door, and accidental injuries
might be caused.
Please pull of the plug in case of the power
failure or cleaning. Do not connect the freezer to
power supply within five minutes to prevent
damages to the compressor due to successive
starts.
Warnings related placing items
Do not put flammable, explosive, volatile and highly
corrosive items in the refrigerator to prevent
damages to the product or fire accidents.
Do not place flammable items near the refrigerator
to avoid fires.
This product is household refrigerator and shall be
only suitable for the storage of the foods. According
to national standards, household refrigerators shall
not be used for other purposes, such as storage of
blood, drugs or biological products.
Do not store or place dry ice in the refrigerator.
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Do not place items such as bottled or sealed
container of fluid such as bottled beers and
beverages in the freezer to prevent bursts and other
losses.
Warnings related to disposal
The refrigerator's R600a refrigerant and cyclopentane foam materials
are combustible materials and discarded refrigerators should be is
sources and can't be burned. Please transfer the freezer to qualified
professional recycling companies for processing to avoid damages to
the environment or other hazards.
Please remove the door of the refrigerator and shelves which shall be
properly placed to avoid accidents of children entering and playing in
the refrigerator.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION
Placement Start
The refrigerator is placed in a Well-ventilated
indoor place; the Ground shall be flat, and
study (rotate left or right to adjust the wheel for
leveling if unstable).
Before using the refrigerator,
remove all packaging materials
including bottom cushions and
foam pads and tapes inside the
refrigerator,
tear
off
the
protective film on the door and
the refrigerator body.
Keep away from heat and avoid
direct sunlight. Do not place the
freezer in moist or watery places
to prevent rust or reduction of
insulating effect.
Please leave enough space to ensure
feasible opening and drawer removal.
Dimensions shown are for reference only.
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The top space pf the side by side
shall be greater than 30cm, and
the distances from both sides and
backside shall be more than
10cm to facilitate the opening and
closing and heat dissipation. Wipe
the refrigerator inside and outside
with warm moist rag ( add a small
amount of detergent in the warm
and wipe clean finally with clean
water).
The side by side shall stay for half an hour
before connecting 220-240V/50Hz power
when it is firstly started. The side by side
shall run 2 to 3 hours before loading fresh
or frozen foods; the side by side shall run
for more than 4 hours in summer in
advance considering that the ambient
temperature is high.
Human-Machine Interface and Button Operation
Display screen
Keys
A. REF.TEMP
B. FRZ.TEMP
C. MODE
D. LOCK/UNLOCK
Display
For the first power-on, the full display lasts 3s while the start-up tone rings; then,
the panel displays normally (The setting temperature of refrigerating chamber,
variable temperature chamber and freezing chamber is 5 ºC, -18 ºC and -18ºC,
respectively, upon the first power-on).
Display of normal running
Display a fault code (loop display) when a failure occurs; display the setting
temperature of refrigerating chamber when no failure occurs;
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Display control
In normal cases, the display screen will display LOCK without door opening and
key operations for 30s, and then die out after 30s under the locking state; when
the display screen is off, it will light up normally with key operations; when a
failure to the category of "Visible Fault Code", the display screen turns on and
then dies out after 30s;
Settings of freezing chamber
Temperature setting of freezing chamber
Press the key FRZ.TEMP to select the freezing temperature area and then press
the key FRZ.TEMP to adjust the temperature of freezing chamber; the
temperature drops 1 ºC for pressing the key FRZ.TEMP once; press the key
FRZ.TEMP again after the temperature reaches -24 ºC, the freezing chamber is
set to -16 ºC and the temperature setting varies between -24 ~ -16 ºC, which will
be effective upon locking.
Mode setting
Press the key "SUPER COOL" and "SUPER FRZ", the corresponding modes will
be circulated as below:
When the refrigerating chamber is on, cycle settings SUPER COOL→ SUPER
FRZ→SUPER COOL/SUPER FRZ→VACATION→NONE→SUPER COOL…
When the refrigerating chamber is off, cycle settings SUPER FRZ→VACATION
→NONE→SUPER FRZ…
Under the SUPER COOL mode, the refrigerating chamber defaults to 2 ºC
automatically; upon exiting the SUPER COOL mode, the setting temperature of
refrigerating chamber will restore to that before the SUPER COOL mode.
Under the SUPER FRZ mode, the freezing chamber defaults to -24 ºC
automatically; upon exiting the SUPER FRZ mode, the setting temperature of
freezing chamber will restore to that before the SUPER FRZ mode.
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List of Fault Codes
Description
Error Code
E1
Temperature sensor failure of refrigerating chamber
E2
Temperature sensor failure of freezing chamber
E4
Failure of defrosting sensor in refrigerating chamber
E5
Failure of freezing & defrosting sensor
E6
Communication Failure
E7
Failure of circulating temperature
EH
Humidity sensor failure
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SIDE BY SIDE FEATURES
Names of components
Refrigerating chamber
1. The Refrigerating Chamber is suitable for storage of a variety of fruits
vegetables, beverages and other food consumed in the short term.
2. Cooking foods shall not be put in the refrigerating chamber until cooled to
room temperature.
3. Foods are recommended to be sealed up before putting into the refrigerator.
The glass shelves can be adjusted up or down for a reasonable amount of
storage spaces and easy use.
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Freezing chamber
1.
The low temperature freezing chamber may keep food fresh for a long time
and it is mainly used to store frozen foods and making ice.
2.
The freezing chamber is suitable for storage of meat, fish, rice balls and
other foods not to be consumed in short term.
3.
Chunks of meat are preferably to be divided into small pieces for easy
access.
Please be noted food shall be consumed within the shelf time.
MAINTENANCE
Cleaning
Dusts behind the refrigerator and on the ground shall be timely cleaned to
improve cooling effect and energy saving. The interior of the refrigerator should
be cleaned regularly to avoid odor. Soft towels or sponge dipped in water and
non-corrosive neutral detergents are suggested for natural drying before the
power is turned on.
Do not use hard brushes, clean steel balls,
wire
brushes,
Abrasives,
such
as
toothpastes, organic solves (such as a
alcohol, acetone, banana oil, etc.)boiling
water, acid or
alkaline items clean
refrigerator considering that this
may
damage the fridge surface and interior.
Do not rinse with water so as to affect the
electrical insulation properties.
Please use a dry cloth when cleaning
lighting lamps, temperature control knob and
electrical components.
Please unplug the refrigerator for defrost and cleaning.
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Stop using
Foods can be preserved for a couple of hours even in summer in case of power
failure; it is recommended to reduce the frequency of opening door and do not put
fresh foods into the freezer.
Please unplug the refrigerator left unused for a long time for cleaning. Keep the
door open to avoid the bad odor.
Before moving the refrigerator, please remove all items in the refrigerator and
fasten the glass partitions, fruit and vegetable boxes, freezer drawers with taps
lest the door opens during displacement; Do not turn upside, horizontally place or
vibrate the refrigerator, the carrying angle can't be greater than 45ºC.
Continuous operations is recommended when the refrigerator is stared.
Please do not move the refrigerator under normal circumstances so as not
to affect the refrigerator’s service life.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Whether the freezer
connected to power;
Inoperation
is plugged and
Low voltage ;
Failure power or tripping circuit
Odorous foods should closely wrapped ;
Whether foods are rotten ;
Odor
Whether the interior shall be cleaned ;
Foods in the refrigerating
chamber are frozen.
Whether the thermostat is over adjusted ;
Whether foods containing water is put in
inside the glass partition.
It is normal that refrigerator operates for
longer time in
summer when the
ambient temperature is higher;
Long-term
compressor.
operation
of
Do not put too much food in the freezer
at one time ;
Do not put foods until they are cooled;
Frequent opening of refrigerator door;
Thick frost layer (defrost is needed)
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The freezer door is stuck by food
packages;
The refrigerator door can't be
properly closed.
Too much food;
Tilt refrigerator;
Whether the food is leveled, whether
the refrigerator is balanced.
Loud noises.
Whether the refrigerator parts are
properly placed.
Warm tips
◆The refrigerator enclosure may emit heat during operation specially in
summer, this is caused by the radiation of the condenser, and it is a normal
phenomenon.
◆Condensation: condensation phenomenon will be detected on the exterior
surface and door seals of the freezer when the ambient humidity is large,
this is a normal phenomenon, and the condensation can be wiped away
with a dry towel.
◆Airflow sound: Refrigerants circulating in the refrigerant lines will
produce eruption of sound and grunts which is normal does not affect the
cooling effect.
◆Buzz: Buzz will be generated by running compressor specially when
starting up or shutting down.
◆Clatter: The solenoid valve or electric switch valve will clatter which is a
normal phenomenon and does not affect the operation.
◆The refrigerating chamber will periodically frost and defrost (water drops
will be generated on the backside of the refrigerating chamber when
defrosting) which are normal.
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GENERAL WARRANTY TERMS
1. The warranty is valid only on presentation of invoice of purchase.
2. This WARRANTY is limited exclusively to parts substitution ineffective due to
faulty manufacture, made in our workshops.
3. The elimination of several faults of the scope of the guarantee is made for
repair or replacement of defective parts, according to the discretion of our
technical services. Defective parts are our property.
4. Are not covered under warranty damage caused by transportation, neglect or
poor use, improper assembly or installation, as well as external influences
such as: lightning strikes or power, flooding, humidity, etc..
5. Lose warranty, all appliances that are not being used according to the
instructions, or connected to FEEDING NETWORKS not guarantee a
constant voltage of 220/240V.
6. The warranty does not cover damages for personal injury or damage caused
directly or indirectly in any capacity whatsoever.
7. This warranty terminates when it is found to have been undergoing repairs,
alterations or interventions by any person not authorized by Jocel.
THE WARRANTY EXPIRES
1. With the modification or disappearance of the nameplate of the appliance.
2. Exceeded the period of 2 years for home appliances and 06 months for
industrial appliances, warranty expires and assistance will be made by
charging the costs of manpower, according to current fees.
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
For technical assistance request, our services are available through the following
contacts:
Telef. 00 351 252 910351
Fax: 00 351 252 910367
E-mail: assistencia@jocel.pt
http://www.jocel.pt
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Rua dos 5 Caminhos, nº 516
4780-382 Argemil
Sto Tirso
Portugal
Tef:252910355
Fax:252910369
Email: import@jocel.pt
http://www.jocel.pt
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
We declare on our own responsibility that the machine indicated below
Product
Brand
Model
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JOCEL
JSBS4PS011299
Complies with the following European directives and standards implementation
Low Voltage
2014/30/EU
EN 60335-1:2012+A11:2014
EN 60335-2-24:2010
EN 62233:2008
Electromagnetic Compatibility
2014/30/EU
EN 55014-1:2006+A1:2009+A2:2011
EN 55014-2:1997+A1:2001+A2:2008
EN 61000-3-2:2014
EN 61000-3-3:2013
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