SJ-220S
SJ-250S
Refrigerant : HFC-134a
Insulation blowing gas : Cyclopentane
߭჈つ五 HFC-134a
㎋㐙Ⲳ⌗ᶆѱ㾷ᡆԳ ⫦ᡀ✭
REFRIGERATOR - FREEZER
OPERATION MANUAL
CONTENTS
! DESCRIPTION .........................................
! WARNING ................................................
! CAUTION .................................................
! INSTALLATION ........................................
! OPERATION ............................................
! CARE AND CLEANING ............................
! STORING FOOD ......................................
! BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE .......
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Household use only
Free standing type
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Ь ਴䜘ս਽ち .................................................
Ь 䆖੺ ...........................................................
Ь ᆹ‫⌘ޘ‬᜿һ丵
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Ь ᆹ㼍ᤷই ..................................................
Ь ֯⭘ᯩ⌅ ....................................................
Ь ᰕᑨ‫؍‬伺 ...................................................
Ь 伏⢙Ⲵ‫ݢ‬ᆈᯩ⌅ .......................................
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Ь 䘱‫⃒↕ࡍⲴࡽ؞‬ḕ
۵䲀ᯬᇦᓝ⭘䙄
⦘・ර
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DESCRIPTION / 各部分名稱
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FREEZER
MI N
TEM P. CONT ROL
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MA X
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SJ-250S
1. Freezer temp. control dial
1. ߧ߽ᇔⓛᓖ䃯ㇰಘ
2. Freezer shelf
3. Ice cube maker
4. Ice cube box
5. Fresh shelf
6. Fresh room
2. ߧ߽ᇔᬡᷦ
3. 㼭ߠಘ
4. ‫ⴂߠݢ‬
5. ‫؍‬凞ⴂ䳄ᶯ
6. ‫؍‬凞ᇔ
7. LED light
8. Refrigerator shelf
7. /('⟸
8. ߧ㯿ᇔኔᶯ
9. Refrigerator temp. control knob
10. Vegetable shelf
11. Vegetable crisper
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9. ߧ㯿ᇔⓛᓖ䃯ㇰ᯻䡅
10. 㭜᷌ᇔ串ኔᶯ
11. 㭜᷌‫؍‬凞ᇔ
12. Adjustable foot
13. Magnetic door seal
14. Freezer door pocket
15. Egg pocket
16. Refrigerator door pocket
12. ਟ䃯ṑ⃳㞣
13. ⻱ᙗ䮰ሱ
14. ߧ߽ᇔ䮰ᷦ
15. 㳻ᷦ
16. ߧ㯿ᇔ䮰ᷦ
17. Bottle pocket
17. ⬦㖀‫ݢ‬ᆈᷦ
[ SJ-220S ; 2 pcs. , SJ-250S ; 3 pcs. ]
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Thank you very much for buying this SHARP product. Before using your SHARP refrigerator, please read this operation
manual to ensure that you gain the maximum benefit from it.
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 accumulated on the power plug may cause fire.
Wipe it off carefully.
4. Ensure that the refrigerator presents no danger to
children while being stored for disposal. (e.g. remove the
door to prevent child entrapment.)
5. This refrigerator should be disposed appropriately. Take
the refrigerator to a recycling plant for flammable
insulation blowing gases.
3. Do not attempt to change or modify this refrigerator. This
may result in fire, electric shock or injury.
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. Do not touch foods or metal containers in the freezer
compartment with your wet hands. This may cause
frostbite.
3. Do not use an extension cord or adapter plug.
4. Do not place bottled and canned drinks in the freezer as
they may crack when frozen.
5. 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.
6. 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.
7. The refrigeration system behind and inside the
refrigerator contains refrigerant. Do not allow any sharp
objects to come into contact with the refrigeration
system.
8. Should the flexible supply cord be damaged, it must be
replaced by service agent approved by SHARP as a
special cord is required.
9. In case of gas leak, ventilate the area by opening a
window, etc. Do not touch the refrigerator or the power
outlet.
10. Do not place objects containing liquid or unsteady
objects on top of refrigerator.
11. This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years old
and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if
they have been given supervision or instruction concerning
use of the appliance in a safe way and understand
the hazards involved. Children should be supervised and
shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision.
INSTALLATION
NOTE :
!"Position your refrigerator so that the plug is accessible.
Do not install the refrigerator in a damp or wet
!"Keep your refrigerator out of direct sunlight.
location as this may cause damage to the insulation !"#$"%$&"'()*+"%ext to heat generating appliance.
!"#$"%$&"'()*+",-.+*&(/"$%"&0+"ground. Provide suitable
and a leak of electricity. Condensation may also
stand.
build on the outer cabinet and cause rust.
WARNING
90mm
1. Keep adequate ventilation space around the
! The figure shows the minimum required space for
installing the refrigerator. The size of space around
the refrigerator affects the amount of power consumption.
60mm
60mm
1063mm
refrigerator.
! Insufficient spacing will decrease cooling efficiency
and increase energy consumption. This may reduce
the life of the unit and void warranty.
! If using the refrigerator in the smaller space than mininum
required space, it may cause the temperature rise in the
unit, loud noise and failure.
! The space between the rear of the refrigerator and the
wall should be 60mm or more and less than 75mm.
If the space is wider than 75mm, you may get injured
by touching compressor and its peripheral parts which
are extremely hot during the operation.
2. Using the front Adjustable foot, ensure that the
refrigerator is positioned firmly and level on the floor.
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940mm
Adjustable
foot
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.
OPERATION
Controlling temperatures
Hints when making ice
1. Do not over fill the Ice cube trays;
otherwise the ice cubes will be
joined together when frozen
2. When the ice cubes are made, turn
the lever clockwise to empty the ice
into the Ice cube box.
CONTROL DIAL
NOTE :
Ice cube box
! FREEZER TEMP. CONTROL DIAL adjusts the quantity
of cold air to the freezer.
To prevent damage to the Ice cube
box, do not make ice in the Ice cube
box or pour oil into it.
! If the freezer does not cool even when setting FREEZER
TEMP. to MAX, set REFRIGERATOR TEMP. to MAX as
well.
Deodorizing unit
! With FREEZER TEMP. set to MAX, there will be less cold
air directed to the refrigerator compartment, and the
refrigerator compartment may not become cold enough.
Lever
Deodorizing catalyst is installed on the routes of cold air.
No operation and cleaning are required.
Defrosting
REFRIGERATOR
TEMP.CONTROL KNOB
Defrosting is fully automatic due to a unique energy saving
system.
Two-way Fresh Room
To open the Two-way Fresh Room ;
! REFRIGERATOR TEMP. CONTROL KNOB controls the
compressor running time of the refrigeration system.
1. Lift up the door of two-way fresh room
2. Insert the door of two-way fresh room into the frame and
push it back to the stopper. It will be properly locked at
its stage.
Caution : Do not remove fresh shelf out. You may be injured.
! MAX setting will result in colder temperature in the both
(refrigerator and freezer) compartments.
! The freezer compartment may not cool sufficiently when
leaving REFRIGERATOR TEMP. as MIN for an extensive
period. To cool the freezer compartment properly, set
REFRIGERATOR TEMP. closer to MAX.
2 WAY FRESH ROOM
Over 35°C ambient temperature
Door Opened --- Use the room as ordinary
Refrigerator Room.
Door Closed --- Use the room as ordinary
Fresh Room.
Tips for saving energy
This is because MAX setting (FREEZER TEMP.) may result
in too little air flow to the refrigerator compartment, causing
too warm temperature in the refrigerator compartment.
Under 10°C ambient temperature
If the foods in the refrigerator compartment
freeze.
" Keep the ventilation space as much as possible around
the refrigerator.
" Keep your refrigerator out of direct sunlight, and do not
place next to heat generating appliance.
" #$%&'()*+'+%,+-.%+/0)+'1))+'/2'3+-%4('/2'possible.
" Hot foods should be cooled before storing.
" Place the food evenly on the shelves to allow the cooling
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This is because the compressor operation is too
short in winter, and not
enough cold air is provided
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CARE AND CLEANING
WARNING
! 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.
IMPORTANT
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.
NOTE
! To prevent damage to your refrigerator, do not use heavy
duty cleansers or solvents (lacquer, paint, polishing powder,
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 refrigerator or strike the inner
wall. This may cause the inner surface to crack.
When the compartment light is blown
Contact the service agent approved by SHARP to request a
replacement compartment light. The compartment light is not
to be removed other than by qualified service personnel.
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.
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.
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 crisper.
Dairy Products & Eggs
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NOTE :
!"*venly place the food on the shelves to allow
the cooling air to circulate efficiently.
!"6$&"foods should be cooled before storing.
Storing hot foods increases the
temperature in the unit and increases the
risk of food spoilage.
! Do not block the outlet and inlet of the cool
air circulating circuit with foods or
containers; otherwise the foods will not be
evenly cooled throughout the refrigerator.
!"7$"2$&"3.(50"food directly in front of cold
air outlet.
This may lead
to the food
freezing.
OUT
IN
!"#$%&"'()ry products have a use by date on the outer
packaging which informs the recommended temperature
and shelf life of the product.
!"*++%"%,$-.'"/0"%&$10'")2"&,0"*++"3$cket.
! Keep the door securely closed.
Meats / Fish / Poultry
FOR BEST FREEZING
!"4.(50"$2"("3.(&0"$1"')%,"(2'"5over with paper or plastic
wrap.
!"For larger cuts of meat, fish, or poultry, place to the rear
of the shelves.
!"*2%-10"(.."5$$ked food is wrapped securely or placed in
an airtight container.
!"8-(.)&9"$:"foods should be fresh.
!"Freeze small quantities of food at a time to freeze them
quickly.
!"Food should be properly stored or covered and the air
should be removed to seal tightly.
!"*venly place the food in the freezer.
! Label bags or containers to keep an inventory of freezing
food.
Vegetable
shelf
BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE
Before you call for service, check the following points.
Problem
Solution
The outside of a cabinet is hot when
touched.
It is normal. The hot pipe is in the cabinet in order to prevent dew generation.
When there is refrigerator noise.
It is normal for the refrigerator to produce the following sounds.
!"#$%&"'$(se produced by the compressor when operation starts
--- Sound becomes quieter after a while.
!"#$%&"'$(se produced once a day by the compressor
--- Operating sound produced immediately after automatic defrost operation.
!")$%'&"$*"*+owing fluid (gurgling sound, fizzing sound)
--- Sound of refrigerant flowing in pipes (sound may become louder from
time to time).
!",racking or crunching sound, Squeaking sound --- Sound produced by
expansion and contraction of inner walls and internal parts during cooling.
Frosting or dew generation occurs
inside or outside the refrigerator.
This may occur in one of the following cases. Use a wet cloth for wiping frost
and a dry cloth for wiping dew.
!"-./'"0./"123(/'0".%2(&(04"(5".(6.7
!"-./'"0./ door is frequently opened and closed.
! When foods containing plenty of moisture are stored. (Wrapping is required.)
The foods in the refrigerator
compartment freeze.
!"85"0./"9/*rigerator operated for a long time with REFRIGERATOR TEMP.
set at MAX?
!"#ow ambient temperature may cause placed foods to freeze even if
REFRIGERATOR TEMP. is set to MIN.
It smells in the compartment.
!"-rapping is required for the foods with strong smell.
!":/$&$rizing unit cannot remove all of smell.
IF YOU STILL REQUIRE SERVICE
Refer to your nearest service agent approved by SHARP.
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警告
4. ⺎ֱ䲾ₗ೼ㄝ‫׭‬㰩⧚ⱘᄬ‫܆‬䘢⿟Ёϡ᳗㌺‫ܦ‬スᐊ՚ॅ䱾DŽ
1. Э䝮ǃ≑⊍ǃϭ⛋⇷ǃ㉬ড়ࡥǃ㋨Э䝛ㄝ催ᧂⱐᗻ⠽䊾
˄՟བˈᢚ䰸䲾ₗ䭔ҹ䰆‫ܦ‬スϡᜢೄܹ˅
੠ᯧ➗ᗻ⠽䊾᳝⟚⚌Пॅ䱾DŽ䂟࣓ᇛ䗭串⠽䊾ֱᄬ೼䲾
ₗܻDŽ
5. 䂟ཹ୘ẘ㕂䲾ₗDŽẘ㕂ⱘ䲾ₗ䂟䘟䗕㟇ৃ➗ᗻ㌩➅ⱐ⊵
2. 䳏⑤ᦦ丁Ϟ〡ⓓ♄้ᰃᓩ䍋☿♑ⱘॳ಴DŽ಴ℸˈ䂟ᰖᐌ
⇷储ᒶ᭭㰩⧚ᒴDŽ
ᇛ᪺݊⎼DŽ
3. 䂟࣓ᬍ㺱䲾ₗDŽׂ⧚ᡔ㸧Ҏવҹ໪ⱘҎવᢚौ੠ׂ⧚ᴀ″ˈ
ৃ㛑᳗ᇢ㟈☿♑ǃ㿌䳏៪ফ‫ڋ‬DŽ
安全注意事項
1. ⬅ᮐວ㐂″㌘ӊ៪㗙݊໪ೡ䚼ӊ೼᪡԰䘢⿟Ёᇛ䅞ᕫ䴲
7. 䲾ₗܻ䚼ঞᕠ‫ⱘو‬㻑‫㋏ދ‬㍅ܻ৿᳝㻑‫ࡥދ‬DŽ䂟ࢭᖙ䙓‫ܡ‬
ᐌ➭᠟ˈग㨀ϡ㽕এ㿌ᩌˈ৺ࠛˈᇛ᳗㹿䞥ቀ䙞㎷➭‫ڋ‬DŽ
ӏԩᇪ䢇ⱘ⠽储⺄㿌ࠄ㻑‫㋏ދ‬㍅DŽ
2. ϡ㽕⫼▩᠟এ㿌ᩌ‫ޡދ‬ᅸܻⱘ亳⠽੠䞥ቀ㻑ᆍ఼ˈৃ㛑
8. 䳏⑤㎮᧡າᰖˈ಴⚎䳔㽕᳈᦯⡍ᅮⱘ䳏⑤㎮ˈ಴ℸ䂟ࠄ
SHARP᳡ࢭЁᖗ᳈᦯DŽ
᳗‫ڋޡ‬᠟䚼DŽ
3. 䂟࣓Փ⫼䳏㎮ᢪᵓ៪ᦦ丁䔝᦯఼DŽ
9. 㨀ϔⱐ⫳ၦ⇷⋽ⓣџᬙˈ䂟࣓⫼᠟এ㿌ᩌ䲾ₗ੠䳏⑤ᦦ
丁ˈ㽕ⲵᖿᠧ䭟に᠊䗮乼DŽ
4. ಴⚎⫊㺱៪㔤㺱仆᭭‫ޡ‬㌤ᕠ᳗⹢㺖ˈ಴ℸˈ䂟࣓ᇛ䗭串
ᵅ㽓ᬒ䘆‫ޡދ‬ᅸܻDŽ
10. 䂟࣓ᇛ㺱᳝⎆储៪䴲〽ᅮ⠽䊾ⱘᆍ఼ᬒ೼䲾ₗПϞDŽ
5. ೼ᅝ㺱៪⿏ࢩⱘ䘢⿟Ёˈ䂟⺎ֱ䳏⑤㎮ᅠད⛵᧡DŽབᵰ
䳏⑤ᦦ丁៪䳏⑤㎮ߎ⧒僚ࢩㄝᚙ⊕ˈ䂟࣓ᦦܹ䳏⑤ᦦ丁ˈ
৺᳗᳝ࠛ㿌䳏៪ᓩ䍋☿♑ⱘॅ䱾DŽ
11. ˔ ⅆঞҹϞ‫ܦ‬スˈঞ䑿储ǃᛳ㾔㛑࡯៪ᱎ࡯⃴Շǃ
6. ᢨߎ䳏⑤ᦦ丁ᰖˈ䂟ϡ㽕াᢝᡃ䳏⑤㎮ˈឝ䁆㎞ᦵᦦ丁
ᢨߎDŽᢝᡃ䳏⑤㎮ৃ㛑᳗ᇢ㟈㿌䳏៪㨫☿DŽ
៪㍧倫㟛ⶹ䄬ϡ䎇ⱘҎ຿೼⥆ᕫⳌ䮰ᅝܼՓ⫼ᴀ䳏఼ⱘ
ⲷⴷ៪ᣛᇢǃњ㾷Ⳍ䮰ॅᆇⱘᚙ⊕ϟᠡৃՓ⫼ᴀ䳏఼DŽ
‫ܦ‬スឝফࠄ䘽⭊ⲷⴷˈ࣓䅧‫ܦ‬スᇛℸ䳏఼⭊԰⥽‫݋‬DŽ
ϡᕫ䅧‫ܦ‬ス೼⛵Ҏⳟㅵⱘᚙ⊕ϟ⏙┨੠㎁䅋ᴀ䳏఼DŽ
安裝指南
警告
請勿將雪櫃設置在濕氣多及容易濺到水的地方。這樣
會因絕緣失效而導致漏電,而且有時會在雪櫃外側結露。
請注意:
• 䀁㕂䲾ₗᰖ䂟㗗ᝂԡ㕂ҹ֓ᮐᦦᢨᦦ丁DŽ
• 䂟࣓ᇛ䲾ₗᬒ೼䱑‫✻᥹Ⳉܝ‬ᇘࠄⱘഄᮍDŽ
• 䂟࣓ᇛ䲾ₗᬒ೼ⱐ➅″఼ⱘᮕ䙞DŽ
• 䂟࣓ᇛ䲾ₗⳈ᥹ᬒ೼ഄ䴶ϞDŽ䂟⑪‫٭‬䘽⭊ⱘৄᑻDŽ
1. 䲾ₗⱘ਼ೡឝ⺎ֱ᳝䎇໴ⱘ䗮乼ぎ䭧DŽ
• ে೪䁾ᯢᅝ㺱䲾ₗ᠔䳔ⱘ᳔ᇣぎ䭧DŽ䲾ₗ਼ೡⱘぎ䭧໻
90
• ぎ䭧ϡ䎇᳗䰡Ԣ‫ދ‬ॏᬜ⥛ˈ๲ࡴ㗫䳏䞣DŽ䗭᳗㐂ⷁ䲾ₗՓ
⫼໑ੑˈϨՓֱׂ༅ᬜDŽ
60
• བᵰ䲾ₗ਼ೡぎ䭧໻ᇣԢᮐ᠔䳔ⱘ᳔ᇣぎ䭧ˈ᳗ࠛᇢ㟈
60
1063
ᇣৃᕅ䷓݊㗫䳏䞣DŽ
940
䲾ₗ⑿ᑺϞछǃా䷇䅞໻ঞߎ⧒ᬙ䱰DŽ
• 䲾ₗᕠ䴶㟛⠚ຕП䭧ⱘ䎱䲶ឝ೼↿㉇㟇↿㉇П䭧DŽ
བᵰ䍙䘢↿㉇ˈϡᇣᖗ㿌⺄ࠄ䘟㸠ᰖ⑿ᑺὉ催ⱘວ㐂
″੠݊໪ೡ䚼ӊᰖˈ᳗ᇡᙼ䗴៤‫ڋ‬ᆇDŽ
2. 䂟߽⫼ࠡ䴶ⱘৃ䂓᷵ₗ㝇ᇛ䲾ₗ〽ཹഄᅝ㺱೼ഄᵓⱘ∈
ᑇԡ㕂ϞDŽ
在使用雪櫃前
⫼⑿∈⍌⊵䘢ⱘ䒳Ꮧ⏙┨䲾ₗܻ䚼DŽབᵰՓ⫼㙹ⱖ⎆ˈ䂟
⫼⏙∈ᖍᑩ᪺ᥝⅬ⬭㙹ⱖ⎆DŽ
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ⓡᓜ䃵ㇶ
߭
≙ⓡք᯲ 10°C ᱸ
如果冷藏室內的食品
結凍。
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! ߧ߽ᇔⓛᓖ䃯ㇰಘਟ䃯ㇰߧ߽ᇔ‫≓ߧⲴޗ‬䟿DŽ
! ྲሷߧ߽ᇔⓛᓖ䁝ᇊ൘ MAXˈߧ߽ᇔⲴߧ≓䟿ӽ❦н䏣
ᱲˈ䃻ሷߧ㯿ᇔⓛᓖ䃯ṑ㠣 MAX 㲅DŽ
! ሷߧ߽ᇔⓛᓖ䁝ᇊ൘ 0$; 㲅ሷᴳ⑋ቁ䙢‫ߧޕ‬㯿ᇔⲴߧ≓䟿ˈ
㠤֯ߧ㯿ᇔ㼭ߧн䏣DŽ
൘ߜᆓˈ༃㑞₏Ⲵ䙻䕹ᱲ䯃
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᧝࡬ẵ
1. 䃻यሷ䙾䟿Ⲵ≤᭮‫ޕ‬㼭ߠಘ‫ޗ‬DŽ
੖ࡷˈ㼭ᡀⲴߠᴳ䙓㎀൘а䎧DŽ
2. ߠ㼭ᡀԕᖼˈ䃻᤹丶ᱲ䠍ᯩੁ䕹
अ᧗ࡦắˈሷߠ‫ق‬䙢‫ޗⴂߠݢ‬DŽ
ᰁ䡋
䄁⌞ᝅφ
䃻य࡙⭘‫ⴂߠݢ‬㼭ߠᡆሷ⋩‫ߠݢޕق‬
ⴂˈ䙉ਟ㜭Ԕ‫⺾ⴂߠݢ‬㻲DŽ
‫ⴈߦݨ‬
㝡㠣㼓㖤
! ߧ㯿ᇔⓛᓖ䃯ㇰ᯻䡅ਟ᧗ࡦߧফ㌫㎡ѝ༃㑞₏Ⲵ䙻䕹ᱲ䯃DŽ
! ഐ↔ˈሷⓛᓖ䁝ᇊ൘ MAX 㲅ሷᴳ䱽վ‫ݢػޙ‬㯿ᇔ ˄ߧ߽ᇔ
઼ߧ㯿ᇔ˅ⲴⓛᓖDŽ
! 㤕䮧ᵏሷߧ㯿ᇔⓛᓖ䁝ᇊ൘ MIN 㲅ˈߧ߽ᇔᵚᗵ㜭
ߧফDŽ䃻ሷߧ㯿ᇔⓛᓖ䃯ṑ㠣‫ ੁٿ‬MAX 㲅ˈԕ䚙⮦
ൠߧফߧ߽ᇔDŽ
ᐢ㏃ሷ䲔㠝ۜॆࣁ䁝㖞൘ߧ≓Ⲵ䙊䚃кDŽ䲔㠝㼍㖞н䴰㾱
䙢㹼᫽֌઼␵▄DŽ
䲚䵒
ᵜߠ㇡䘿䙾⦘⢩Ⲵㇰ㌴㜭Ⓚ㌫㎡ˈ㜭㠚अ䲔䵌DŽ
≙ⓡ䎻䚄 35 °C ᱸ
ྲ᷌ሷⓛᓖ䁝ᇊ൘ MAX㲅 ߧ߽ᇔⓛᓖˈ䙢‫ޕ‬
ߧ㯿ᇔⲴߧ≓䟿ቡᴳ⑋ቁˈߧ㯿ᇔቡнᴳ䆺ߧDŽ
8
日常保養
警告
請 注 意:
• 為了防止觸電,首先拔掉雪櫃的電源插頭。
• ⚎䙓‫ڋ᧡ܡ‬䲾ₗˈ䂟࣓Փ⫼ᔋ࡯⏙┨ࡥ៪⒊ࡥ ⊍ⓚǃห
• 請勿直接將水灑在雪櫃的內部和外部。這樣會導致生
銹及絕緣性能下降。
᭭ǃᢟ‫㉝ܝ‬ǃ≑⊍ǃ⊌∈ㄝ˅
• կ䳏Ёᮋᰖˈ䂟ㄝᕙ㟇ᇥ ߚ䧬Пᕠ‫ݡ‬䞡ᮄ᥹䗮䳏⑤DŽ
• ೼‫ބ‬ㆅܻ䂟࣓Փ⠽储ᥝ㨑ˈ៪⫼⠽储ᔋ⚜⺄ᩲܻຕDŽ৺ࠛৃ
重要提示
為防止雪櫃內壁和塑膠部件發生開裂,請遵從以下操作
提示:
• 亳⫼⊍⊒Ϟล᭭䚼ӊᰖˈ䂟ᇛП᪺ᥝDŽ
• ᶤѯᆊ⫼࣪ᅌ⏙┨ࡥৃ㛑᳗ᇢ㟈䲾ₗ᧡‫ˈڋ‬಴㗠া㛑Փ⫼
⿔䞟䘢ⱘᒮ᠓⫼⏙┨ࡥ ˄㙹ⱖ∈˅DŽ
• བᵰՓ⫼᳾⿔䞟ⱘ⏙┨ࡥ៪㗙᳾ᖍᑩ᪺⎼㙹ⱖ∈ˈ᳝ࠛৃ㛑
᧡າ䲾ₗⱘล᭭䚼ӊDŽ
㛑ᇢ㟈ܻຕ⸈㺖DŽ
當冷藏室內燈損壞時
䂟㙃㐿SHARP᳡ࢭЁᖗ㽕∖᳈᦯‫ދ‬㮣ᅸܻ➜DŽ
䴲ᇜὁ᳡ࢭҎવϡᕫ᳈᦯‫ދ‬㮣ᅸܻ➜DŽ
切斷雪櫃的電源
䭋ᳳߎ䭔ⱘᰖ‫ˈ׭‬བᵰ㽕ߛᮋ䲾ₗⱘ䳏⑤ˈ䂟পߎ䲾ₗܻ
ⱘܼ䚼亳કˈϺᇛܻ䚼ᖍᑩ᪺⋫ђ⎼DŽ䂟ᕲᦦᑻϞᢨߎ䳏
⑤ᦦ丁ˈϺᠧ䭟䲾ₗ䭔DŽ
1. ᢚϟ䲾ₗܻⱘሸᶊ੠ₗ䭔ⱘ‫܆‬ᄬᶊDŽ⫼⑿∈੠ᒮ᠓⫼⏙
┨ࡥ⏙⋫DŽ✊ᕠˈ⫼∈⋫⏙ϺՓПђ䗣DŽ
2. 䲾ₗܻ䚼㽕⫼⍌⊵೼ᒮ᠓⫼⏙┨ࡥⱘ⑿∈㺵ⱘᏗพ᪺
⋫DŽ✊ᕠˈ⫼‫∈ދ‬ᇛ㙹ⱖ∈᪺ђ⎼DŽ
3. 䲾ₗⱘ໪←⊒Ϟ∵─ᰖˈ䂟⫼ᶨ䒳ⱘᏗพ᪺⋫DŽ
4. 䲾ₗ䭔ᇕ㽕⫼ᒮ᠓⫼⏙┨ࡥⱘ⑿∈੠⠭ࠋ⋫⎼DŽ
食品的儲存方法
ᇛ亳⠽‫ދ‬㮣䍋՚ᰖˈ亳⠽㜤⟯ⱘ䗳ᑺህ᳗⏯᜶DŽ㽕ᓊ䭋ᯧ
ᮐ㜤⟯亳⠽ⱘֱᄬᳳ䰤ˈህឝ⭊ⲵৃ㛑䙌᪛䓗ᮄ冂ⱘ亳⠽DŽ
ϟ䴶⚎ᓊ䭋亳⠽ֱᄬᳳ䰤ⱘㇵ㽕ҟ㌍ˈৃկᙼগ㗗DŽ
水果/蔬菜
⚎ⲵ䞣⏯ᇥ∈ӑⱘ⌕༅ˈ∈ᵰ੠㬀㦰㽕⫼ֱ冂㋭ঞ㝴㹟䓩
䓩ࣙϞ˄ϡᇕষ˅ˈϺᇛ݊ᬒܹ㬀ᵰֱ冂ᅸܻDŽ
乳製品和雞蛋
• ᑒТ᠔᳝ч㻑કⱘࣙ㺱Ϟ䛑῭᳝䘽⭊ⱘֱᄬ⑿ᑺ੠ֱᄬᳳ
䰤DŽ
• 䂟⫼ㆅܻⱘ㲟Ⲧֱᄬ䲲㲟DŽ
肉類/魚/禽肉
• ⚎Փ‫ߚܙ⇷ދ‬ᕾ⪄ˈ䂟ᇛ亳કഛ࣏ഄᬒ೼
ⲸᶊϞDŽ
• 䂟ᇛ䓗➅ⱘ亳ક⎐ϟ՚ҹᕠˈᠡֱᄬ䍋
՚DŽབᵰᇛ䓗➅ⱘ亳કᬒ䘆‫ބ‬ㆅˈ‫ބ‬ㆅܻ
ⱘ⑿ᑺ᳗छ催ˈ䗭ῷᕔᕔᕜᆍᯧᇢ㟈亳ક
㜤⟯䅞䊾DŽ
出
進
• 䂟࣓䅧亳ક੠ᆍ఼᪟ԣՓ‫⇷ދ‬ᕾ⪄ⱘߎ乼
ষ੠਌ܹষDŽ৺ࠛˈ亳કህϡ㛑ഛ࣏ഄ‫ދ‬
ॏDŽ
• 䂟࣓Ⳉ᥹ᇛ亳
કᬒ೼‫ߎ⇷ދ‬
乼ষᮕDŽ
䗭ῷ᳗ᓩ㟈亳
ક‫ޡ‬㌤DŽ
蔬果
盤架
• 䂟ཹ୘䮰ད䲾ₗ䭔DŽ
• 䂟ᇛ݊ᬒ೼ᆍ఼ϞˈϺࣙϞֱ冂㋭DŽ
為達到最佳冷凍效果
• 㢹ᰃ໻พⱘ㙝ǃ儮੠⾑㙝ˈ䂟ᇛ݊ᬒ೼Ⲹᶊⱘܻ‫و‬DŽ
• 亳⠽䊾䞣ឝ⭊ᮄ冂DŽ
• 㢹㽕ᖿ䗳‫ޡދ‬亳કˈ↣⃵䛑ᖙ䷜ᇥ䞣ᬒܹDŽ
• 亳⠽ឝ䘽⭊ഄᬒܹᆍ఼៪⫼ֱ冂㋭ࣙདˈ㢹㽕ᇛ亳⠽ᆚᇕ
䍋՚ˈ᳔དᇛぎ⇷ᢑߎDŽ
• ᇛ亳કഛ࣏ഄᬒܹ‫ޡދ‬ᅸDŽ
• 㹟ᄤ੠ᆍ఼Ϟ㽕῭Ϟ῭⼎ˈϺᆿ⏙Ἦ‫ޡދ‬亳કⱘܻᆍDŽ
• Ꮖ㍧❂❳ⱘ亳કࢭ䷜⫼ֱ冂㋭ࣙདˈ៪ᇛ݊ᬒ೼ᆚᇕᆍ఼
ܻDŽ
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請注意:
䘷‫⃘↛ࡓⲺࢃؤ‬ḛ
䘱‫؞‬ѻࡽˈ䃻ሽлࡇൠᯩ䙢㹼⃒ḕDŽ
䄁䙨㺂⃘ḛ
அ亂
䴚⃳ཆ㇡ᴹᱲᴳ䆺⟡DŽ
䙉і䶎⮠ᑨDŽ䱢→㎀䵢Ⲵ⟡ሾ㇑㼍൘₏䓛Ⲵ‫ޗ‬䜘DŽ
䴚⃳Ⲭࠪಚ㚢ᱲDŽ
䴚⃳ྲⲬࠪл䘠㚢丣ˈ䙉і䶎⮠ᑨDŽ
t 䙻䕹䮻࿻ᱲˈ༃㑞₏Ⲭࠪ䔳བྷⲴಚ丣 нѵ㚢丣ᴳ䆺ሿDŽ
t ༃㑞₏⇿ᰕа⅑Ⲭࠪ䔳བྷಚ丣 ㏺䳘㠚अ䲔䵌᫽֌ѻᖼⲬࠪⲴ䙻䕹㚢DŽ
t ⏢億⍱अⲴ㚢丣 ˄ૅ೅㚢ǃ౦౦㚢˅ߧჂ൘㇑䚃‫ޗ‬⍱अⲴ㚢丣 ˄㚢
丣ᱲ㘼ᴳ䆺ᗇ䔳བྷ˅DŽ
t ࢸச㚢ᡆ੡ా㚢ˈ੡੡㚢 ߧফᱲ‫ޗ‬໱઼‫ޗ‬䜘䴦Ԧ㟘㝩઼᭦㑞Ⲵ㚢丣DŽ
䴚⃳‫ޗ‬䜘઼ߠ㇡ཆ‫ڤ‬㎀䵌ᡆ㎀䵢DŽ
൘лࡇᛵᖒлᴹਟ㜭Ⲭ⭏䙉ぞ⨮䊑DŽ䃻⭘★ᐳᬖᦹ䵌ˈ⭘Үᐳᬖᦹ䵢⨐DŽ
t ઘഽⓛᓖ䔳儈ᱲDŽ
t 乫㑱䮻ஏߠ㇡䮰ᱲDŽ
t 䴚⃳‫ޗ‬ᆈ᭮≤࠶䔳ཊⲴ伏૱ᱲDŽ˄䃻⭘‫؍‬凞㍉वк˅
ߧ㯿ᇔⲴ伏૱㎀߽DŽ
t ߧ㯿ᇔⓛᓖᱟ੖䮧ᵏ䁝ᇊ⛪ 0$;˛
t ൘ઘഽⓛᓖ䔳վᱲˈণ֯ሷߧ㯿ᇔⲴⓛᓖ䃯ࡠ 0,1ˈ伏⢙ᴹᱲҏᴳ㻛߽
㎀DŽ
䴚⃳‫ޗ‬䜘ᴹ⮠ણDŽ
t 䃻ሷ≓ણ䔳ᕧⲴ伏૱⭘‫؍‬凞㍉व䎧ֶDŽ
t 㝛㠝㼍㖞н㜭৫ᦹᡰᴹ⮠ણDŽ
㏉⃘ḛᗂԃ䴶㾷䘷‫ؤ‬ᱸ
䃻㠷ቡ䘁ⲴSHARPᴽउѝᗳ⍭䂒DŽ
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SHARP CORPORATION
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TINS-B576CBRZ 14FT TH 2
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