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ENGLISH
USER
MANUAL
SR-S20...
SR-S22...
FRIDGE/FREEZER
Before operating the appliance, please read this manual thoroughly
and retain it for future reference.
DA68-00500A REV(0.1)
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FEATURES
Energy-saving fridge/freezer
• Power consumption is kept to a minimum by
distributing cool air separately to the refrigerator and freezer.
Faster cooling times
• The quick freezing function allow you to freeze
food more quickly.
High humidity for fresher food
• You can keep food, fruit and vegetables fresh
for longer because your refrigerator supplies
highly humidified cold air. This can be up to
four or five times more effective than a normal
refrigerator.
Door alarm
• When the refrigerator door is left open for
more than two minutes, a musical alarm is
automatically triggered. This feature helps you
save electricity and preserve stored foods.
Abundant supply of ice and cold water
• The ice and water dispenser provides ice and
cold water at any time.
Extra refrigerating compartment
• You do not have to open the main door to
access frequently used food in the extra
refrigerating compartment. This saves time
and money.
What is the H. M. Cycle (High-efficiency,
Multi-evaporator Cycle)?
• The refrigerator and freezer have separate
evaporators. Given this independent
system, the refrigerator and freezer are
cooled individually as required and are,
therefore, more efficient.
Food odour from the refrigerator does not
affect food in the freezer because the two
are not connected.
CONTENTS
FEATURES ............................................................................................2
SAFETY WARNINGS............................................................................2
INSTALLING THE APPLIANCE............................................................4
PREPARING THE APPLIANCE............................................................5
FRONT CONTROL PANEL...................................................................6
CONTROLLING THE FREEZER AND REFRIGERATOR
TEMPERATURES .................................................................................7
ICE/COLD WATER DISPENSER .........................................................9
STORING FOOD .................................................................................10
VIEW OF YOUR FRIDGE/FREEZER.................................................11
REMOVING THE FREEZER ACCESSORIES...................................12
REMOVING THE REFRIGERATOR ACCESSORIES ......................13
EXTRA REFRIGERATING COMPARTMENT ...................................13
CLEANING THE ACCESSORIES ......................................................13
CHANGING THE INTERIOR LIGHT ..................................................14
ICE-MAKING FILTER..........................................................................15
PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS..........................................................15
SAFETY WARNINGS
CAUTION/WARNING SYMBOLS USED
OTHER SYMBOLS USED
Represents something you must NOT do.
Indicates that a danger of
death or serious injury exists.
WARNING
Represents something you must NOT
disassemble.
Represents something you must NOT touch.
Represents something you must observe.
CAUTION
Indicates that a risk of
personal injury or material
damage exists.
Indicates that you must disconnect the
power plug from the socket.
Represents something that must be
earthed to prevent electric shock.
These warnings are to prevent injury to users or other persons. Please observe them.
After reading the warnings, keep them in a safe place for future reference.
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WARNING
Do not use the fridge/freezer with a multi-plug adapter.
• This causes a potential fire hazard.
Make sure that the power plug is not squashed or
damaged by the back of the fridge/freezer.
• A damaged power plug may overheat and cause a fire.
Do not allow water to splash or run on to the fridge/
freezer.
• There is a risk of fire or electric shock.
Do not use aerosols near the fridge/freezer.
• There is a risk of explosion or fire.
Do not place heavy articles on the power cord.
• There is a risk of a short circuit and fire.
Do not insert the power plug with wet hands.
• You may receive an electric shock.
Do not put a container filled with water on the appliance.
• If spilled, there is a risk of fire or electric shock.
Do not install the fridge/freezer in a damp place or a
place where it might be splashed with water.
• Deteriored insulation of the electric parts may cause electric shock or fire.
Do not store volatile or inflammable substances in the
refrigerator.
• The storage of benzene, thinner, alcohol, ether, LP gas
and other such products may cause explosions.
Do not disassemble, repair or alter the appliance.
• You run the risk of causing a fire, malfunctions and/or
personal injury.
Do not remove the power cord by pulling on its
lead.
• Damage to the cord may cause a short-circuit,
fire and/or electric shock.
• If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced
by the manufacturer, a certified service agent or
qualified service personnel.
Do not store articles on the appliance.
• When you open or close the door, the articles
may fall and cause personal injury and/or material damage.
Do not store medicine, scientific materials and
temperature-sensitive products in the refrigerator.
• Check product labels to make sure that refrigeration is not prohibited.
Do not let children hang from the door.
If you detect abnormal sounds, smells or
smoke, pull out the power plug immediately
and contact your SAMSUNG Electronics service centre.
Do not touch the inside walls of the freezer or
products stored in the freezer with wet hands.
• It may cause frostbite.
Do not put your hands under the fridge/freezer.
• Sharp edges may cause personal injury.
Never put fingers or other objects into the
dispenser opening and ice chute.
Pull the power plug out before changing the interior
light of the refrigerator.
• Otherwise, there is a risk of electric shock.
If you wish to dispose of the fridge/freezer, first
remove the door and its seals.
• If a child plays in the appliance, the door can close and
the child can become trapped. The child will die from suffocation.
Be sure to earth the appliance.
• If the appliance is not properly earthed, it may break
down or cause electric shock.
CAUTION
Do not overfill the refrigerator with food.
• If food falls out when you open the doors, there is a risk
of personal injury and/or material damage.
Do not put bottles or glass containers in the freezer.
• When the contents freeze, the glass may break and
cause personal injury.
If the power plug socket is loose, do not insert the
power plug.
• There is a risk of electric shock or fire.
Do not use a wet or damp cloth when cleaning
the plug. Remove any foreign matter from the
power plug pins.
• There is a risk of burning and fire.
If you wish to move the fridge/freezer, hold it
by the back and bottom handles.
• If the appliance is disconnected from the power
supply, you should wait for at least five minutes
before plugging it back in.
If the fridge/freezer is not to be used for a long
time, pull out the power plug.
• Any deterioration in the insulation may cause fire.
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INSTALLING THE APPLIANCE
Allow a clearance of 1 cm to the right, left and back when installing the appliance; this has the advantage
of reducing power consumption.
1
Allow sufficient space to install
the appliance on a flat surface.
• If your appliance is not level, the
internal cooling system may not
work correctly.
2
Clean your fridge/freezer.
• Wipe the inside and outside of
your fridge/freezer with a dry
cloth.
1c
m
1 cm
1 cm
3
Store food in the refrigerator.
• Wait for at least two or three hours after plugging
your appliance in before storing food and other
items in it.
LEVELLING
When you adjust the level of the fridge/freezer, set the front legs slightly higher than the rear legs, so
that you can open and close the door more easily.
First disassemble the leg cover and then adjust the level of the fridge/freezer.
1
4
If your fridge/freezer tilts to the
left, turn the left adjusting
screw.
2
If your fridge/freezer tilts to the
right, turn the right adjusting
screw.
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EARTHING THE APPLIANCE
WARNING
The appliance must be earthed.
You must earth the fridge/freezer to prevent any power leakage or electric shock caused by current leakage from the appliance.
• Never use gas pipes, telephone lines or other potential lightning rods as earths.
You are using a power plug without earth.
• Connect one end of the earthing wire (yellow/green or
green) to the earthing screw and the other end to a steel or
copper pipe, such as a water pipe.
Earthing
wire
Copper
pipe
Earthing screw
PREPARING THE APPLIANCE
Once you have performed the following steps, your fridge/freezer should be fully operational.
If not, check the power supply and electricity source. If you have any doubts or problems,
contact your SAMSUNG service centre.
1
Place the shelves and containers
which were removed for transport in
their appropriate positions (refer to
pages 10 to 12).
2
Clean the fridge/freezer and accessories to remove any dust that accumulated during packing and shipping
(refer to page 13).
3
When the refrigerator is plugged in, the
interior light should come on each time
you open the refrigerator door.
4
Set the temperature control to the
coldest temperature and wait for one
hour. The freezer should get slightly
chilled and the motor should run
smoothly producing a soft humming
noise.
5
Once the refrigerator temperature is
sufficiently low, you can store food in
the appliance.
It takes a few hours after starting the
fridge/freezer to reach the appropriate
temperature.
Your fridge/freezer is operated by a compressor
which switchs “on and off” to maintain the internal
temperature. When the compressor is new, it
requires a running-in period, which can last for up
to five months. During this period, it may be slightly
noisy. This is quite normal and does not represent
a fault.
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FRONT CONTROL PANEL
Basic model
QUICK FREEZE
VACATION
VACATION
QUICK
FREEZE
˚C
AUTO
˚C
FUZZY
LOCK
REFRIGERATOR
TEMP.
FREEZER TEMP.
Model with ice and water dispenser
QUICK FREEZE
VACATION
QUICK
FREEZE
VACATION
˚C
˚C
LOCK
ICE TIMER
ICE
OFF
CUBE
CRUSHED ICE OFF
WATER FILTER
INDICATOR
FREEZER TEMP.
REFRIGERATOR
TEMP.
ICE TIMER
FREEZER TEMPERATURE BUTTON
Sets the freezer temperature.
Press the button repeatedly to change
the temperature in sequence between
-14°C and -26°C.
QUICK FREEZE BUTTON
Speeds up the freezing process in
the freezer.
ICE TIMER BUTTON
Schedules ice making. On the specified day, the ice maker makes the ice
cubes.
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ICE MODE
REFRIGERATOR TEMPERATURE BUTTON
Sets the refrigerator temperature.
Press the button repeatedly to change the
temperature in sequence between 7°C and -1°C.
VACATION BUTTON
Turns the refrigerator off but not the freezer.
ICE MODE BUTTON
Sets the ice dispensing mode:
ice cubes, crushed ice or ice off.
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CONTROLLING THE FREEZER AND REFRIGERATOR TEMPERATURES
Freezer
Refrigerator
• The freezer can be set to a temperature between
• The refrigerator can be set to a temperature between
-14°C and -26°C.
• Press the FREEZER TEMP. button repeatedly until
the required temperature is shown in the temperature
display.
• The temperature display changes in sequence
between -14°C and -26°C. When the display reaches
-26°C, it returns to -14°C.
• After five seconds, the display reverts to the average
freezer temperature, which changes as the freezer
reaches the new temperature.
7°C and -1°C.
• Press the REFRIGERATOR TEMP. button
repeatedly until the required temperature is shown in
the temperature display.
• The temperature display changes in sequence and
reverts same as the freezer control methods.
• When the setting temperature is -1°C or 0°C, it can cuase water on
the shelf freeze slightly. If your unit has Auto lcemaker & Water
Dispenser, be sure to set the refrigerator temperature above 0°C,
because a reservoir system is in the refrigerator compartment.
˚C
˚C
Temperature Display
Displays the current and selected freezer
temperatures.
Temperature Display
Displays the current and selected refrigerator
temperatures.
Freezer Display
Indicates that you are setting the freezer
temperature or have opened the freezer door.
Refrigerator Display
Indicates that you are setting the refrigerator
temperature or have opened the refrigerator door.
INDICATORS (BASIC MODEL)
Quick Freeze
• This light switches on when you press the QUICK FREEZE button.
• Press the button again to cancel the Quick Freeze mode. The freezer automatically
switches back to the normal control mode after 2.5 hours.
Fuzzy
AUTO
Vacation
• When the power cord is connected to the wall socket, the Fuzzy light is on.
The compressor, fan and defrosting heater are automatically controlled to
optimise food storage.
• When the vacation light is on, the refrigerator is switched off but not the freezer.
Press the button again to cancel the Vacation mode. Be sure to remove all food in
the refrigerator when you select this mode.
Lock
• This light indicates that the four function buttons have been locked.
• To lock the buttons, press the FREEZER TEMP. and REFRIGERATOR TEMP.
buttons at the same time for about three seconds. Press both buttons again for
about three seconds to unlock them.
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OTHER INDICATORS
(MODEL WITH ICE AND WATER DISPENSER)
Ice Cubes, Crushed Ice and Ice Off
• Press the ICE MODE button to
make ice cubes or crushed ice
and also to stop making ice.
ICE MODE
• Press the button one or more
times to change between ice
cubes, crushed ice and ice off in
sequence. The appropriate light
comes on.
ICE
OFF
• If you select “Ice off”, the ice
maker in the freezer is switched
off until the ice mode is changed
to ice cubes or crushed ice, also
be sure to remove any ice cubes
already in the ice bucket.
Ice Timer and Vacation
• Press the ICE TIMER button to
schedule ice making.
• The “Ice off” mode is automatically selected. Remove any
ice from the ice bucket.
ICE TIMER
• You can set the ice timer to
between 3 and 30 days. When
the display reaches 30 days, it
goes back to 3 days. For example, if you are going to come back
after 10 days, set the ice timer to
10 days; the ice maker will start
making ice automatically after
about 8 days.
• Press the ICE MODE button to
cancel the ice timer. Be sure to
remove any ice cubes in the ice
bucket after setting the timer.
ICE MODE
- If you select both the Vacation and Ice Timer modes, the refrigerator is switched off. Remove all food from the refrigerator but leave the water tap open. Check that the tap and other pipe connections do not leak. When the start time is
reached, the appliance begins making ice, the Vacation mode is cancelled and the refrigerator operates normally.
- If you select the Vacation mode but not the Ice Timer mode and when you are away for an extended period of time,
close the water tap. The refrigerator switches off and the “Ice off” mode is selected.
Remove any food from the refrigerator and any ice from the ice bucket.
- If the Vacation mode is selected for long periods of time, pour out about 10 cups of water from the water dispenser when
you return home.
Water Filter Indicator
• The green light changes to orange after five months to indicate that you
should soon change the water filter. It changes to red after an additional
one month (six months after the water filter was changed or installed) to
lights up green. Press the ICE
indicate that you must change the water filter.
TIMER and ICE MODE buttons at
• If you wish to turn off the filter indicutor lamp or the filter is not connected,
the same time for about three
press the ice timer & icemode button simultaneously for 5 seconds.
seconds to reset the water filter
If you wish to turn ON the filter indicutor lamp again, press the ice timer &
installation date.
ice mode button simultaneously for 3 seconds.
• The water filter indicator initially
ICE TIMER
ICE MODE
+
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MAKING ICE (BASIC MODEL)
1
2
Pull out the ice tray.
Add water until it reaches
the water level indicator.
3
Put the ice tray back in
place.
ICE / COLD WATER DISPENSER (MODEL WITH ICE AND WATER DISPENSER ONLY)
The ice making device makes 10 cubes at a time and
about 100 cubes a day automatically.
This quantity may be influenced by such factors as the
freezer temperature and the number of times that the
door is opened. When your appliance is first plugged
in, the Cubed Ice mode is selected automatically.
Press the ICE MODE button to select the type
of ice:
The water dispenser can serve six glasses of water
in succession.
You must then wait for several minutes to allow the
stored water to cool again.
Cold Water
• Push the water dispenser lever with a cup.
• If you have just installed the appliance, you
must pour the first six glasses of water away,
to remove the initial plastic smell of the water
storage case.
• Ice cubes
• Crushed ice
• No ice
Push
ICE
OFF
ICE
OFF
Push the ice dispenser lever with a cup.
• Place a cup near the dispenser to prevent the
ice from jumping out.
• If the water from the cold water dispenser is not
chilled, pour the warm water away, add ice from
the ice dispenser and fill your glass with water.
• If you wish to use the ice dispenser and the cold
water dispenser, use the ice dispenser first.
Push
Never put your fingers or any other
objects in the dispenser opening.
The refrigerator is provided with anti sweat-heater
inside of dispenser panel and is delivered to user
with heater switch “ON”
You’d better turn off the anti sweat-heater under
normal use for saving energy by pressing heater
switch. Please turn on the anti sweat-heater the
time when sweat occurs on the surface of
dispenser panel.(position : ON)
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STORING FOOD
REFRIGERATED FOOD STRORAGE METHODS
1
Tempered glass shelf
• Can be used safely because
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it will not break if it falls.
2
Chilled compartment (option)
• Helps preserve the taste of
High-humidity vegetable
compartment
6
4
7
freshness for a long time by
maintaining the moisture in the food.
• Can be used to store
Extra refrigerating compartment
(model with Home Bar)
• Can be used to store
frequently used items,
such as beverages.
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Fruit compartment
• Is used to store fruit.
• This compartment preserves
Multiple guard
foods in small
packages, such as
milk and yoghurt.
• Is used to store vegetables.
• This compartment is airtight.
The cooling system does not, therefore, directly
affect the food stored in it. It maintains the water
content and freshness of the food for a long time.
• Can be used to store
fatty foods, like butter
and cheese.
food and prolongs its freshness. Use the chiller to store
cheese, meat, snacks, fish or
any food to be used quickly.
3
Dairy compartment
Beverage shelf
• Can be used to store
a variety of bottles,
cans and cartons.
9
Egg rack
• Put eggs in the egg rack and then place
the rack on the tempered glass shelf.
FROZEN FOOD STORAGE METHODS
1
Multiple guard
2
Tempered glass shelf
10
• Can be used for small packages of frozen food.
• Can be used to store all types of frozen food.
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3
Meat and dry goods storage compartment
• Can be used to store meat and dry goods. Stored
food should be wrapped securely using foil or
other suitable wrapping materials.
4
5
Door guard
• Can be used for frozen foods.
Ice chute and ice-maker cover
• Do not put your fingers, hands or any foreign
object in the chute and ice-maker cover.
VIEW OF YOUR FRIDGE/FREEZER
FREEZER
Guard
Ice maker
Light
Shelf
Ice chute
(tempered glass or wire,
depending on the model)
Twist ice maker
Ice tray
Drawer
(wire or plastic basket,
depending on the model)
Leg cover
Basic model
Model with ice and water dispenser
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REFRIGERATOR
Dairy compartment
Lights
Guard
Extra Refrigerator Compartment
(model with Home Bar)
Chilled tray
(option)
Shelf
Egg rack
Vegetable cover
Vegetable compartment (upper)
Vegetable compartment (lower)
Bottle guard
REMOVING THE FREEZER ACCESSORIES
1
Tempered glass shelf
• Pull the shelf out as far as
4
Ice maker and tray
• Remove the ice tray by
pulling it towards you.
Then remove the ice
maker (basic model
only).
5
Leg cover
• Open the freezer and refrigerator doors, remove the three
screws and detach the cover.
• To reassemble the leg cover,
put it back into position and tighten the three
screws.
it goes. Then lift it up and
remove it.
2
Multiple guard and door
guard
• Hold the multiple guard and
door shelf in both hands
and then lift it up.
3
Meat and dry goods
storage compartment
• Remove the compartment
by pulling it out and lifting it
up slightly.
❈ Only remove the leg cover if strictly
necessary.
•
NOTE
12
Do not use excessive force when
disassembling the cover; otherwise,
you may cause damage.
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REMOVING THE REFRIGERATOR ACCESSORIES
1
Tempered glass shelf
• Pull the shelf out as far as it will go. Then lift it up
and remove it.
2
High-humidity vegetable compartment and
cover
• Remove the compartment by holding the
handle, pulling the compartment towards you
and lifting it up slightly.
• Remove the cover by pulling it towards you.
3
Bottle and door guard
• Hold the shelf in both hands and remove it by
lifting it up.
EXTRA REFRIGERATING COMPARTMENT (MODEL WITH HOME BAR)
To access the extra refrigerating compartment, hold the compartment door handle and pull it
downwards.
• The extra refrigerating compartment gives you added convenience because you do not need to open
the main refrigerator door. In addition, this saves energy.
It is recommended that you use the extra refrigerating compartment for frequently used foods like
beverages.
When the door is opened, it can be used as a tray to support items, such as beverage bottles
and glasses.
• Do not scratch the surface of the door.
NOTE
• The door of the extra refrigerating compartment should never be removed. The extra refrigerating compartment
cannot function if the door is missing.
• When closing the extra refrigerating compartment door, be careful not to put your hands or fingers in a position
where they can be caught or injured.
• If you use the open door as a tray, do not place heavy objects on it. Do not allow children to hang from the door;
there is a risk of personal injury or material damage.
CLEANING THE ACCESSORIES
Inside
• Clean the accessories using a mild detergent. Then wipe with a dry cloth.
• After washing the accessories, make sure that they are dry before using them again.
Exterior
• Wipe the front control panel with a clean cloth.
• The doors and door handles should be cleaned with a mild detergent and cloth.
Dry them with a clean cloth.
• The exterior should be polished once or twice a year.
Rear
• Use a vacuum cleaner to remove dust once or twice a year.
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Ice and water dispenser and drainage grid (model with ice and water dispenser )
• Use a damp cloth to clean the ice and water dispenser. Then wipe it with a dry cloth.
• Keep the ice and water dispenser and drainage grid dry.
QUICK
FREEZER
VACATION
˚C
˚C
ICE TIMER
LOCK
ICE
OFF
CUAE
CRUSHED ICE OFF
Extra refrigerating compartment (model with Home Bar)
• Use a damp cloth to clean the extra refrigerating compartment. Then wipe it with a dry cloth.
Rubber door seals
• If the rubber door seals are dirty, the door will not close properly and the refrigerator and
freezer will be unable to function efficiently. Clean them with a mild detergent and damp cloth.
Then wipe them with a dry cloth.
• When cleaning the appliance or if you are not going to use it for a long time, remove the power plug, leave
NOTE
the doors open and keep the appliance dry.
• Do not clean it by spraying it directly with water.
• Do not clean it with benzene, thinner or car detergent.
CHANGING THE INTERIOR LIGHT
Before changing the interior light, unplug the appliance from the power supply. If you
experience difficulty when changing the light, contact your service centre.
WARNING
INTERIOR LIGHT IN THE FREEZER (BASIC MODEL ONLY) / REFRIGERATOR
1
Place a flat screwdriver under
the light cover hooks and push
in the direction of the arrow.
2
Pull the cover in the direction
of the arrow.
3
After changing the bulb,
replace the light cover.
INTERIOR LIGHT IN THE FREEZER (MODEL WITH ICE AND WATER
DISPENSER)
1
2
3
Lift and pull out the ice maker cover (➀).
4
Replace the ice maker cover.
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➀
Use a screwdriver to remove the light cover (➁).
Replace the bulb with a new one (➂), and then secure
the light cover back into place using a screwdriver.
➂
➁
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ICE-MAKING FILTER
What is the ice-making filter?
• The ice-making filter is a device which removes impureties from the water.
How do I install the ice-making filter?
• Connect the ice-making filter provided to the water tap (refer to the installation manual).
• Remove the residue in the ice-making filter by rinsing it with water.
How often should I change the ice-making filter?
• Every 6 months on average but it may vary, depending on the water quality.
• The water filter indicator turns orange to inform you that you should replace the water filter soon.
When it turns red, replace the filter with a new one. Water filters are available from your dealer and
authorised service centres.
Filtering chemicals and purification
• The ice-making filter uses carbon to filter odours, chemicals and other impureties.
PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS
The fridge/freezer does not work at all or it does Ice is not dispensed
not chill sufficiently
• Did you stop the ice making function?
• Check that the power plug is properly connected. • Is there any ice in the ice storage unit?
• Check that the power plug fuse has not blown.
• Is the water tap open and the water pipe
• Is the temperature control on the front panel set to connected?
the correct temperature?
• Is the freezer temperature too warm?
• Is the fridge/freezer in direct sunlight or located
(Set it to a lower temperature.)
near a heat source?
• Did you wait for 12 hours after installation before
• Is the back of the fridge/freezer too close to the
making ice?
wall?
You can hear water babbling in the refrigerator
The food in the refrigerator is frozen
babbling comes from the refrigerant
• Is the temperature control on the front panel set to • The
circulating in the fridge/freezer.
the correct temperature?
There is a bad smell in the fridge/freezer
• Is the temperature in the room too low?
did not wrap food with a strong smell or you
• Did you put food with a high water content in the • You
have
forgotten something in the refrigerator.
coldest part of the refrigerator.
• Wrap food with a strong smell so that it is airtight.
You can hear unusual noise or sounds
Throw away any food that has gone off.
• Check that the floor is level and stable.
forms on the wall of the freezer
• Is the back of the appliance too near to the wall? Frost
• Is the air inlet/outlet blocked?
• Was anything dropped behind or under the
• Allow sufficient space between the food items for
appliance?
air to circulate efficiently.
• Is the noise from the compressor in the appliance? • Is the door closed properly?
• A “ticking” sound may be heard from inside the
appliance, but this is normal. It is caused when
No water is dispensed
the various accessories contract or expand.
• Is the water tap open and the water pipe
connected?
The front corners and sides of the fridge/freezer
• Is the water pipe blocked?
are hot; condensation forms
• Heat-proof pipes are installed in the front corners • Is the water tank frozen because the refrigerator
temperature is too low? Select a warmer setting
of the refrigerator to prevent condensation.
• Condensation can occur when you leave the door via the front control panel.
open for too long or you store food with a high
water content unwrapped in the refrigerator and
the temperature and humidity levels are high.
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Ambient Room Temperature Limits
This appliance is designed to operate at the ambient temperatures specified by its temperature class
marked on the rating plate.
Temperature
Class
Symbol
Ambient Temperature
Maximum
Minimum
Extended Temperate
SN
32°C (90°F)
10°C (50°F)
Temperate
N
32°C (90°F)
16°C (61°F)
Subtropical
ST
38°C (100°F)
18°C (64°F)
Tropical
T
43°C (109°F)
18°C (64°F)
NOTE: The internal temperature may be affected by such factors as the location of the appliance,
ambient temperature and the frequency with which you open the doors.
Adjust the temperature as required to compensate for these factors.
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