LG | GL-195NPC4.APRQGSN | LG GL-195NH4.APRQGSN Owner’s Manual

CONTENTS
1. Identification of Parts ................................................................
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2. Safety Precautions .....................................................................
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3. Cautions ......................................................................................
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4. Installation ................................................................................... 7
5. Identification of Controls ...........................................................
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6. Features ....................................................................................... 8
7. Operating Procedures ................................................................
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8. How to get good results ............................................................. 9
9. Before Calling for Service .......................................................... 11
Identification of parts
DC-Refrigerator
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PARTS NAME
Table Top
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Evaporator Frame
10 Vegetable Tray
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Evaporator Door
11 Control Box
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Chiller Tray
12 Door Basket Small
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Upper Shelf
13 Cosmetic Box (Optional)
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Deodoriser (Optional)
14 Door Basket Large
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Lower Shelf
15 Cover Lower / Base Stand (Optional)
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Cell Fresh Crisper
16 Adjustable Legs
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PARTS NAME
9 Soft Tray Veg. (Optional)
Due to continuous improvements at LGEIL, specifications of refrigerator are subject to change without prior notice.
If you find out some parts which are not in your unit, the parts are applied to other models.
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Safety Precautions
n The meanings of the symbols used in this manual are as shown below.
This symbol indicates the possibility of death or serious injury.
This symbol indicates the possibility of injury or damage to properties only.
This symbol alerts you to the risk of electric shock.
Be sure not to do.
Be sure to follow the instruction.
Do not modify or extend the Power Cord length.
• It will cause electric shock or fire.
Power Cord Replacement
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by a special
cord or assembly from the manufacturer or its authorised
service agent.
Child Entrapment Warning
An empty refrigerator can be a dangerous attraction to children.
Remove gaskets, latches, lids or the entire door from your
unused appliance, or take some other action to make it
harmless.
About earthing
In the event of an electric short circuit, earthing reduces the risk
of electric shock by providing an escape wire for the electric
current.
Improper use of the earthing plug can result in an electric shock.
Consult a qualified electrician or service person if the
grounding instructions are not completely understood, or if you
have doubts on whether the appliance is properly earthed.
In order to prevent possible electric shock, this appliance
must be earthed.
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.
NEVER STORE EXPLOSIVES AND CHEMICALS INSIDE
REFRIGERATOR.
Unplug the appliance before cleaning or maintenance.
Never place glass products in the freezer because they may
break due to expansion when their contents are frozen.
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To prevent injury to the user and property damage, the following instructions
must be followed. Incorrect operation due to ignoring of instruction will cause
harm or damage, the seriousness is classified by the following indications.
Plug in the power
socket properly.
Operate or stop the
unit by switch only.
It will cause electrical
Otherwise, it will cause
electric shock or fire due shock or fire due to
heat generation.
to heat generation or
electrical shock.
Do not modify power
cord length or share
the outlet with other
appliances.
Do not use a damaged
or an unspecified
power cord.
It will cause electrical shock
or fire. If the supply cord is
damaged, it must be replaced
by a special cord or assembly
available from the manufacturer
or its service agent.
Do not operate with Do not splash water
wet hands or in damp on your refrigerator.
environment.
It will cause electrical shock
It may cause electrical
or fire due to heat generation. shock.
It may cause short circuit.
Cautions
During Vacations
During average length vacations, you will probably find
it best to leave the refrigerator in operation. Place
freezable items in freezer for longer life. When you plan
to be away for an extended period, remove all food,
disconnect the power cord, clean the interior
thoroughly, and leave each door OPEN to prevent
odour formation. To operate again, let the refrigerator
run for 6-8 hrs. for stabilization.
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Shifting
While shifting the refrigerator, two people should
carry it for its safety. Fasten the door with tape or lock
to prevent opening of the refrigerator.
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Cleaning
Cleaning of Interior Parts is recommended. Wash all
compartments with a mild baking soda solution, then rinse
and dry the compartment.
Use a lukewarm solution of mild soap or detergent to clean
the exterior finish of your refrigerator. Wipe with a clean,
damp cloth and then dry.
Installation
Refrigerator should be located properly in ventilated area.
Levelling of refrigerator should be done with front leg. Refrigerator should
be levelled with front to back inclination for base.
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Front Leg
Identification of Controls
Use electrical
connection with
3-pin for earthing.
EARTHING
Specially designed
knob gives you facility
to control temperature
inside Refrigerator.
STARTING
TEMPERATURE SETTING
Winter
Monsoon
Summer
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220V~240V - 50Hz
Before loading, let refrigerator run for 8 hrs. in
No. 4 position
COLD
COLDEST
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1-3
3-5
5-7
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RUN FOR 8 Hrs.
COLD
COLDEST
Features
CELL FRESH CRISPER
It keeps your vegetables fresh by
holding moisture & prevents them
from getting rotten.
Unique design holds
the water drops.
COSMETIC BOX
It helps in placing small items like
cosmetic and medicines, which otherwise
may drop.
SOFT TRAY VEG.
Soft Tray Veg. is placed in Tray Veg. And
very usefull to keep small vegetables like
Lemon, Chilly, Coriander etc.
In selected models only.
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Operating Procedure
DEFROSTING
It is natural for moisture in the air to condense on the cold surface. This
leads to a regular build up of frost on the surface of the freezer.
Defrost regularly to avoid heavy frost building on the evaporator which
results in reduced cooling efficiency.
Ice Making
Push the defrost Knob after every
3 days / Ice Level reaches defrost
indicator.
Fill ice trays with water, place in
freeze Box.
To remove ice cube, gently twist
Ice Tray.
Do not use sharp tool to remove ice tray, otherwise you may
puncture the evaporator resulting gas leakage thus non
performance of refrigerator
How to get good results
Cover or wrap all foods that you put into your
refrigerator with polythene or aluminium foil,
preventing the mixing of flavours and to keep
the food from drying.
Don't keep hot milk or hot food in your refrigerator.
This will result in an increased temperature and
increase in power consumption.
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Don't open the refrigerator door too often-hot air will enter
and increase the temperature.
Never overload your refrigerator or cover the shelves
with paper or plastic sheets as it will reduce its efficiency.
Close the door properly, make sure that there is no
gap between the gasket and the cabinet of your LG
refrigerator.
Wipe excessive moisture on food or place it inside
containers or plastic bags. This will help in retaining
its freshness for a longerperiod of time.
Feel free to call your LG Customer Information Centre
(CIC) / Branch / LG Representative in case your
refrigerator has suffered a damage in transit.
It is recommended to use Voltage Stabilizer (0.5KVA)
if power fluctuations are frequent and out of
specified voltage range (160-260V), Stabilizer
usage increases the refrigerator life.
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Before Calling for Service
Type of Complaint
1. Refrigerator does
not work.
Probable Cause
Thermostat switch
in ‘ OFF' position.
Power Supply Off.
Remedy
Check that the thermostat knob is on 'Normal' (No.4) position
and not in off position.
Check that the refrigerator main supply plug is connected
to the wall socket and that the supply is on. Check that the
fuse is intact in he supply line.
Stabilizer not working Please plug power cord of refrigerator directly in the wall
properly
socket and then check, if it works then get the stabilizer
checked by Stabiizer Repairing Centre.
2. Refrigerator
attempts to start,
but does not operate.
Low Voltage.
Install a line-correcting transformer in the mains, or a
Voltage Stabilizer.
3. Refrigerator contents
not cooling and
Difficulty in formation
of ice and ice-cream.
Defrosting over due
Restriction of cold
air circulation.
Improper thermostat
control selection.
Storing hot foods.
Defrost the refrigerator.
Provide space in between the dishes. If the shelves are
covered with cloth or polythene, remove it.
If the refrigerator is required to give a low temperature turn
the thermostat knob towards colder (No.7) position.
Avoid storing hot foods in the refrigerator, cool them to
room temperature before placing them inside the refrigerator.
4. Formation of water
drops on exterior
of refrigerator.
High humidity
during monsoon
season.
During the monsoon, when the humidity in the atmosphere
reaches around 90% water droplets may form around the
sides of the refrigerator cabinet, especially the top portion.
This moisture should be wiped off periodically. Contact our
serviceman to check the door seal or proper and uniform
contact with the cabinet.
5. Formation of droplets
on the underside of
the Chiller tray.
Hot and humid
climate.
In hot and humid weather the moist air rushes inside whenever
the refrigerator door is opened. This results in excess frosting
on the Evaporator and condensation on the Chiller tray bottom.
Avoid too frequent door openings.
6. Smell and odour.
Improper covering
Wrap and cover food stuffs properly. Place caps on bottles
and wrapping of food. and other liquid stores. If the smell persists, defrost the
refrigerator, remove all foodstuffs, clean the refrigerator
thoroughly and wipe it dry before restarting.
7. Noise
Normal cut-of/ cut-in
noise
Whenever refrigerator starts & stop there is noise of
Thermostat cut-off/ cut-in & Compressor start/stop. This
is a normal phenomenon.
8. Noise from Freezer
Hissing noise from
Freezer
This is normal gas expansion noise
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