LG | GL-F241GMRX | LG GL-201RPSXP.ASGQNP Owner’s Manual

F O O D
GU
A R D
REFRIGERATOR
OW N E R ' S M A N UA L
Please read this manual carefully and
thoroughly before operating this unit.
Year of Mfg. : 2009
P/No.: 3828JH8003K
INSTALLATION ......................................... 3
CONTENTS
FEATURE CHART .................................... 4
OPERATION .............................................. 5
Starting
Temperature Control
Ice Making
Bottle Rack Cooling
Chilled Compartment
Defrosting
Deodorizer (option)
F. I. R. Lamp (option)
LAMP REPLACEMENT ............................ 8
SUGGESTIONS ON FOOD STORAGE .... 9
CLEANING ................................................10
GENERAL INFORMATION .......................10
IMPORTANT WARNINGS ......................... 11
BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE ......... 12
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THIS REFRIGERATOR IS MANUFACTURED WITH GREAT CARE, AND UTILIZES THE
LATEST IN TECHNOLOGY.
WE ARE CONFIDENT THAT YOU WILL BE FULLY SATISFIED WITH IT'S PERFORMANCE
AND RELIABILITY.
BEFORE YOU START YOUR REFRIGERATOR, PLEASE READ THIS BOOKLET CAREFULLY.
IT PROVIDES EXACT INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND
MAINTENANCE, AND ALSO SUPPLIES SOME USEFUL HINTS.
ENTRY
The model and serial numbers are found on the inner case back of refrigerator compartment of this unit.These
numbers are unique to this unit and not available to others.You should record requested information here and
retain this guide as a permanent record of your purchase.Staple yourreceipt here.
Date of Purchase
Dealer purchased from
Dealer address
Dealer phone no.
Model no.
Serial no.
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INSTALLATION
NEXT
1. Select a good location.
Place your refrigerator where it is easy to use.
1. Clean your refrigerator thoroughly and wipe off
all dust accumulated during shipping.
2. Avoid placing the unit near heat sources, direct
sunlight or moisture.
2. Install accessories such as ice cube box, etc., in
their proper places.They are packed together to
prevent possible damage during shipment.
3. There must be proper air circulation around
your refrigerator to keep it operating efficiently.
If your refrigerator is placed in a recessed area
in the wall, allow at least 10 inches or greater
clearance above the refrigerator and 2 inches or
more from the wall.
The refrigerator should be elevated 1 inch from
the floor, especially if it is carpeted.
3. Connect the power supply cord (or plug) to the
outlet. Don't double up with other appliances on
the same outlet.
4. Prior to storing food, leave your refrigerator on
for 2 or 3 hours.
Check the flow of cold air in the freezer
compartment to ensure proper cooling.
Your refrigerator is now ready for use.
4. To avoid vibrations, the unit must be level.
If required, adjust the leveling screws to
compensate for unevenness of the floor.
The front should be slightly higher than the rear
to aid in door closing.
Leveling screws can be turned easily by tilting
the cabinet slightly.
Turn the leveling screws clockwise(
) to raise
the unit, counterclockwise(
) to lower it.
5. Install this appliance between 10°C and 43°C.
If the temperature around the appliance is too
low or high, cooling ability may lessen.
6. The Refrigerator must be positioned so that the
plug is easily accessible.
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FEATURE CHART
FREEZER
COMPARTMENT
Freezer Temperature
Control Knob
Twist Ice Trays/Normal
Freezer Shelf
(Crystal or Steel)
Multi Utity Basket
Egg Storage Shelf
Twist "N" Serve(Optional)
Freezer door Basket (Steel/Crystal)
Moisture Controller
Maintains humidity
inside tray vegetable for
lasting freshness of
vegetable and fruits.
REFRIGERATOR
COMPARTMENT
Fresh Zone
(Crystal or steel)
Deco, Duct Door Cooling (Optional)
Door Cooling helps in Cooling the
refrigerator compartment faster &
maintains uniform temprator inside.
Temperature
Control Knob
Normal Lamp
Multi Utility Basket
Door Baskets (Crystal)
F.I.R Lamp(Optional)
Steel Shelves
Cell, Fresh Cover, T/V
Multi Flow Duct
Distributes cold air to
each part of refrigerator
compartment.
Tray Vegetable
Used to keep fruits
and vegetables, etc.
fresh and crisp.
De-odorizer (Optional)
Leveling Leg
Freezer
FREEZER
COMPARTMENT
Small Shelf
(Optional)
Freezer Temperature
Control Knob
Twist Ice Trays
Freezer Shelf
(Plastic or Steel)
Egg Storage Shelf
Twist "N" Serve (Option)
or
Normal Type Ice Making
Moisture Controller
Maintains humidity
inside tray vegetable for
lasting freshness of
vegetable and fruits.
REFRIGERATOR
COMPARTMENT
Fresh Zone
(Crystal or steel)
Slide Cooling (Optional)
Temperature
Control Knob
Deco, Duct Door Cooling (Optional)
Door Cooling helps in Cooling the
refrigerator compartment faster &
maintains uniform temprator inside.
Bottle Guide
Normal Lamp
F.I.R Lamp
Door Baskets
Multi Utility Basket
Cell, Fresh Cover, T/V
Shelves
(Plastic or Steel)
Multi Flow Duct
Distributes cold air to
each part of refrigerator
compartment.
Kangaroo Basket (Optional)
OR Tray Vegetable Used to keep fruits
and vegetables, etc. fresh and crisp.
Multi Utility Basket
Freezer Door Basket
De-odorizer (Optional)
Leveling Leg
* In view of any policy of continuous improvements, the above technical specifications are subject to change.
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OPERATION
STARTING
When your refrigerator is first installed, allow it 24 hours to stabilize at normal operating temperatures
prior to filling it with fresh or frozen foods. Then adjust the knobs to get satisfactory results as per instruction
given below.
If operation is interrupted, allow 5 minutes delay before restarting.
TEMPERATURE CONTROL
r REFRIGERATOR
• Your refrigerator has two controls that let you regulate the
temperature in the freezer and refrigerator compartments.
Med
rol
Max
nt
Min
Te
mpera
co
ture
NORMAL
MAX
MIN
• Initially set the REFRIGERATOR TEMP. CONTROL
MED/NORMAL and the FREEZER TEMP. CONTROL at NORMAL
Leave it operating for 24 hours(one day) to stabilize.Then adjust
the compartment temperature according to your desire.
• REFRIGERATOR TEMP. CONTROL (MIN, MED/NORMAL)
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
MIN, MED, MAX
The higher the setting, the colder the refrigerator
compartment will become.
UFREEZER
2
3
4
5
6
MAX
FREEZER TEMP. CONTROL
1
4
6
FRIDGE MAX.
NORMAL.
FREEZER MAX.
• FREEZER TEMP. CONTROL - 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Setting at "6", the freezer compartment becomes coldest.
.
But the refrigerator compartment becomes warmer because
less cold air flows into the refrigerator compartment.
• In cold weather the unit operates less and the freezer compartment has a tendency to warm up.
For colder freezer, turn the FREEZER TEMP. CONTROL to "4"~"5" & REFRIGERATOR TEMP. CONTROL to 1 or
minimium. For warmer refrigerator, Please put the FREEZER TEMP. CONTROL to 1~2 and REFRIGERATOR
TEMP. CONTROL TO 1 or minimum.
• If you keep a lot of foods in the freezer or open its door frequently, its temperature could go
higher. In this case, set the FREEZER TEMP. CONTROLdial between 5 and 6 to cool it. Return the FREEZER
TEMP. CONTROL dial to the original position after usage.
• In hot weather or to put much foods in the refrigerator compartment, the refrigerator compartment has a
tendency to warm up.
For colder refrigeratorturn
,
the FREEZER TEMP. CONTROLto "1"~"3" to direct more cold air into the refrigerator
compartment, and the REFRIGERATOR TEMP. CONTROL towards max.
Setting at "4"~"5" of the FREEZER TEMP. CONTROL, the refrigerator compartment will not be cold enough.
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OPERATION
ICE MAKING
Kindly, Find your appliance is using General type or Twisting ice serve type.
Normal Type
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To make ice cubes, fill the ice tray with water till
the water level mark and place it on the Ice cube box.
Then insert the ice cubes box in the freezer
compartment.
Ice Trays
Normal
Bank Ice
To remove ice cubes, hold the tray at its ends and
twist gently, ice cubes fall automatically.
Water
Level
Twist 'N' Serve Type
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To make ice cubes, fill the ice tray with water and
insert in its position.
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To remove ice cubes, hold the knob of the tray and
turn gently. Then, ice cubes drop in the Bank Ice.
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In case of a steel shelf
To place a shelf at a higher position, remove the ice
cube box, and place the shelf, and then replace the
ice cube box.
Ice Trays
Bank Ice
Instruction for Bank Ice
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USE BANK ICE ONLY TO STORE ICE CUBES. DO NOT MAKE
ICE IN IT, AS IT MAY BREAK.
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OPERATION
DOOR COOLING
l Cool
air vent is placed on the refrigerator door to provide Door
Shelves with cool .air
l If
foreign substances enter the cool air vent while cleaning,
efficiency will be lowered. In addition, if gasket is damaged,
efficiency may be lowered due to the escape of cool air.
So care should be taken during cleaning.
CHILLER COMPARTMENT
When the door is opened, the warmer air doesn't influence the
cooling of chiller compartment. So you can keep food fresher in it.
DEFROSTING
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Defrosting takes place automatically.
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The defrosted water flows down to the evaporating tray which is located in the lower back side of the
refrigerator and is evaporated automatically.
DEODORIZER
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By using a catalyst, deodorizing performance is guaranteed.
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Unpleasant odor of food in fresh food compartment is deodorized with no harm to you and the food.
How to use
As the catalyst is located in cooling air outlet for circulating air in fresh food compartment, there is no
need for any handling.
l Do not prick the cooling air outlet with a sharp tip because the deodorizing catalyst may be damaged.
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When storing food with a strong odor, wrap it or store it in a container with a lid because odor may be
passed on to other foods.
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Don't try to remove the deodorizer cover, as you may break the catalyst.
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OPERATIONS
F.I.R LAMP
Feature
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Far Infrared Rays emitted from Far Infrared Ray Lamp restrains the dryness of the foods and keeps its
Moisture without deteriorating nutritron value.
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By increasing the nucleic acid, Far Infrared Rays also keeps the aroma and the smell of the food for a
longer time.
Operating
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When the refrigerator begins to operate, F.I.R Lamp
turns on. During the refrigerator's operating, the on and
off of the F. I. R Lamp is automatically controlled by the
refrigerator inner temperature.
Therefore it is not necessary to handle F.I.R Lamp.
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If you store the foods wrapped in the vinyl or wrapper, not in the vessel with lid, the foods will get more
effective F.I.R results.
LAMP REPLACEMENT
1. Unplug the power cord from the outlet.
2. Remove refrigerator shelves.
3. To remove the lamp cover, insert a slotted driver at the one of
under hole of the lamp cover and pull it out forwards.
4. Turn the lamp counterclockwise.
5. Assemble in reverse order of disassembly.
Replacement bulb must be the same specification as original
CAUT
ION
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If you want to check the F.I.R Lamp operation, don't touch F.I.R Lamp because you may burn your fingers
with the high temperature of its surface.
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Don't try to take out the lamp cover to check F.I.R. lamp operation as you may break it, if not removed
carefully. Call service person / authorized dealer in case of doubt.
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SUGGESTIONS ON FOOD STORAGE
STORING FOOD
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Store fresh food in the refrigerator compartment. How food is frozen and defrosted is an important factor
in maintaining freshness and flavor.
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Do not store food which goes bad easily at low temperatures, such as bananas, pineapples, and melons.
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Allow hot food to cool prior to storing. Placing hot food in the refrigerator could spoil other food, and lead
to high electric bills!
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When storing, wrap food in vinyl, or place in a covered container. This prevents moisture from
evaporating, and helps food to keep its taste and nutritional value.
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Do not block air vents with food. Smooth circulation of chilled air keeps refrigerator temperatures even.
l
Do not open the door frequently. Opening the door lets warm air enter the refrigerator, causing
temperatures to rise.
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To adjust the temperature control easily, do not store food near the temperature control dial.
FREEZER COMPARTMENT
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Do not store bottles in the freezer compartment - they may break when frozen.
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Do not refreeze food that has been defrosted. This causes loss of taste and nutritional value.
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When storing frozen food like ice cream for a long period, place it on the freezer shelf, not in the door
Shelf.
REFRIGERATOR COMPARTMENT
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Avoid placing moist food on deep interior refrigerator shelves, it could freeze upon direct contact with
chilled air. To avoid this it is better to store food in the covered container .
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Always clean food prior to refrigeration. Vegetables and fruits should be washed and wiped, and packed
food should be wiped clean, to prevent adjacent food from spoiling.
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When storing eggs in their storage rack, ensure that they are fresh, and always store them in a up-right
position, which keeps them fresh longer.
TE
NO
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If you keep the refrigerator in a hot, and humid place, frequently open
its door or put a lot of vegetables in it, dew may form in it, which has no
effect on its performance. Remove the dew with dust cloth free from care.
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Don't use plastic cover. Cloth or any other item to cover your refrigerator
on sides, it will hamper performance of the refrigerator.
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CLEANING
It is important that your refrigerator be kept clean to
prevent undesirable odors. Spilled food should be
wiped up immediately, since it may acidify and
stain plastic surfaces if allowed to settle.
INTERIOR PARTS - Wash compartment shelves,
door shelves, storage trays and magnetic door seals
etc. with a baking soda solution or a mild detergent
and warm water. Rinse and dry.
Never use metallic scouring pads, brushes, coarse
abrasive cleaners or strong alkaline solutions on
any surface.
WARNING
Always remove power cord from the wall
outlet prior to cleaning in the vicinity of
electrical parts (lamps, switches, controls,
etc.). Wipe up excess moisture with a
sponge or cloth to prevent water or liquid
from getting into any electrical part and
causing a electric short circuit. Do not use
flammable or toxic cleaning liquids.
Before you clean, however, remember that damp
objects will stick or adhere to extremely cold
surfaces. Do not touch frozen surfaces with wet or
damp hands.
EXTERIOR - Use a lukewarm solution of mild soap
or detergent to clean the durable finish of your
refrigerator. Wipe with a clean, damp cloth and
then dry.
INTERIOR - Regular cleaning of the interior and
interior parts is recommended. If you have the No
Frost Model which defrosts automatically, leave
both doors open during. the entire cleaning process.
Disconnect the power supply, and remove food and
all Compartment Shelves, Storage Trays etc. Wash
all compartments with a baking soda solution. Rinse
and dry
GENERAL INFORMATION
VACATION TIME
IF YOU MOVE
During average length vacations, you will probably
find it best to leave the refrigerator in operation
with REFRIGERATOR TEMP. CONTROL at "MIN"
Position.
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 don't leave door OPEN.
Remove or securely fasten down all loose items
inside the refrigerator.
To avoid damaging the leveling screws, turn them
all the way into the base.
ANTI-CONDENSATION PIPE
The outside wall of the
refrigerator cabinet
will always be warm,
especially just after
installation. Don't be
alarmed. This is due to
the anti-condensation
pipe, which pumps hot
refrigerant to prevent
"sweating" on the outer
cabinet wall.
POWER FAILURE
Most power failures are corrected in an hour or two
and will not affect your refrigerator temperatures.
However, you should minimize the number of door
openings while the power is off. During power
failures of longer duration, place a block of dry ice
on top of your frozen packages.
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Anti-Condensation
Pipe
IMPORTANT WARNINGS
DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION CORD
ABOUT GROUNDING(EARTHING)
If possible, connect the refrigerator to its own
individual electrical outlet to prevent it and other
appliances or household lights from causing an
overload and intermittent tripping
In the event of an electric short circuit, grounding
(earthing) reduces the risk of electric shock by
providing an escape wire for the electric current.
POWER CORD REPLACEMENT
Improper use of the grounding 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 grounded.
In order to prevent possible electric shock, this
appliance must be grounded.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced
by a special cord or assembly from the
manufacturer or its authorised service agent.
VERY DANGEROUS ATTRACTION
This appliance must be grounded(earthed).
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. Keep the keys out of reach of children
and not in the vicinity of the refrigerator.
DON'T WAIT! DO IT NOW!
NEVER STORE EXPLOSIVES AND CHEMICALS
VENTILATION
Keep the ventilations openings in the Refrigerator, clear of obstruction.
DEFROSTING
Do not use mechanical devices or other means to accelerate the defrosting process,
other than those recommended by the manufacturer.
APPLIANCES USED INSIDE
Do not use electrical appliances inside the food storage compartments, unless
they are of the type recommended by the manufacturer.
DISPOSAL
Refrigerator not to be disposed by burning as the insulation blowing gas is highly flammable. It can be
handed over to licensed hazardous waste disposal facility for safe disposal.
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BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE
SERVICE CALLS CAN OFTEN BE AVOIDED!
IF YOU FEEL YOUR REFRIGERATOR IS NOT OPERATING PROPERLY, CHECK THESE POSSIBLE
CAUSES FIRST :
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSES
REFRIGERATOR DOES
NOT OPERATE
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REFRIGERATOR OR FREEZER
COMPARTMENT TEMPERATURE
TOO WARM
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ABNORMAL NOISE(S)
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REFRIGERATOR
HAS ODOR
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DEW FORMS ON THE
CABINET SURFACE
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Has a house fuse blown or circuit breaker tripped?
Has the power cord plug been removed or loosened
from the electrical wall outlet?
Temperature control not set on proper position.
Appliance is placed close to wall or heat source.
l Warm weather-frequent door openings.
l Door is not closed entirely.
l Door left open for a long time.
l Large amount of foods are kept in the refrigerator.
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Refrigerator is installed in a weak or uneven place
or leveling screw needs adjusting.
l Unnecessary objects placed in the back side of the
refrigerator.
Foods with strong odors should be tightly covered
or wrapped.
l Interior needs cleaning.
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Not unusual during periods of high humidity.
Door may have been left ajar.
Voltage / Frequency:- 220V~60Hz
MODEL :
Voltage / Frequency:- 127V~60Hz
MODEL :
GR-242QP
GR-272QP
GR-T302QM
GR-T332QM
GR-242QP
GR-272QP
GR-T302QM
GR-T332QM
BK
BK
DEF
THERMO
RD
BL
GN/YL
RD
RD
RUNNING
CAPACITOR
BL
RD
2
4
BL
3
S
M
BN
WH
PR
RD
6
BL
RD
BL
BL
THERMAL
FUSE
BL
M
BL
PTC STARTER
COMPRESSOR
BL
C
BL/WH
BL
RD
RD
LAMP R
5
BL
DEF
THERMO
GN/YL
COMPRESSOR
BL
BL
DOOR
SWR
BK
THERMAL
FUSE
LAMP R
BL
BN/BK
BL
2
PN
BN
RD
BL
STARTING
CAPACITOR
BL
OVER LOAD
PROTECTOR
PR
RD
HEATER
PLATE
BN
WH
1
WH
HEATER
CORD-L
PN
BN
M
BK
4
T
YL
POWER SUPPLY
CORD
BK
2
WH
HEATER
CORD-L
DOOR
SW R
1
FAN MOTOR
POWER SUPPLY
CORD
BN
DEFROST TIMER
GY
3
T
YL
THERMOSTAT
4
OVER LOAD
PROTECTOR
BK
3
HEATER
PLATE
GY
YL
RUNNING
CAPACITOR
YL
DEFROST TIMER
FAN MOTOR
THERMOSTAT
2
4
3
YL
BL
S
6
PTC STARTER
12
C
5
M
BL/BK
SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL NUMBER
GR-242**
CLIMATE CLASS
TROPICAL(T)
RATED VOLTAGE
127V
220V
RATED FREQUENCY
60Hz
50/60Hz
RATED INPUT
121W
127W
RATED CURRENT
1.232A
0.75A
DEFROSTING INPUT :
128W
106W
DEFROSTING CURRENT
0.993A
0.48A
1.85(Kwh/24Hrs)
1.8(Kwh/24Hrs)
ELECTRIC POWER CONSUMPTION
RATED INPUT OF LAMP R :
15W
PERCENTAGE RUNNING TIME
65%
QUANTITY OF ICE PRODUCED PER 24 HRS
1.9Kg
REFRIGERANT R 134a
120gm
MASS OF APPLIANCE
49Kg
RATED STORAGE VOLUME
201L
RATED GROSS VOLUME
225L
RATED SHELF AREA
2
0.815m
MANUFACTURER
LG ELECTRONICS
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
MADE IN INDIA
DIMENSIONS mm :
540(W)x640(D)x1450(H)
MODEL NUMBER
GR-272**
CLIMATE CLASS
TROPICAL(T)
RATED VOLTAGE
127V
220V
RATED FREQUENCY
60Hz
50/60Hz
RATED INPUT
121W
127W
RATED CURRENT
1.232A
0.75A
DEFROSTING INPUT :
128W
106W
DEFROSTING CURRENT
0.993A
0.48A
2.40(Kwh/24Hrs)
ELECTRIC POWER CONSUMPTION
RATED INPUT OF LAMP R :
1.9(Kwh/24Hrs)
15W
PERCENTAGE RUNNING TIME
65%
QUANTITY OF ICE PRODUCED PER 24 HRS
1.8Kg
REFRIGERANT R 134a
120gm
MASS OF APPLIANCE
51Kg
RATED STORAGE VOLUME
220L
RATED GROSS VOLUME
245L
RATED SHELF AREA
2
0.815m
MANUFACTURER
LG ELECTRONICS
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
MADE IN INDIA
DIMENSIONS mm :
540(W)x640(D)x1545(H)
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SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL NUMBER
GR-T302**
CLIMATE CLASS
TROPICAL(T)
RATED VOLTAGE
127V
220V
RATED FREQUENCY
60Hz
50/60Hz
RATED INPUT
128W
126W
RATED CURRENT
1.23A
0.71A
DEFROSTING INPUT :
144W
133W
DEFROSTING CURRENT
1.12A
0.5A
1.88(Kwh/24Hrs)
1.9(Kwh/24Hrs)
ELECTRIC POWER CONSUMPTION
RATED INPUT OF LAMP R :
15W
PERCENTAGE RUNNING TIME
58%
QUANTITY OF ICE PRODUCED PER 24 HRS
1.40Kg
REFRIGERANT R 134a
120gm
MASS OF APPLIANCE
54Kg
RATED STORAGE VOLUME
245L
RATED GROSS VOLUME
275L
RATED SHELF AREA
2
0.938 m
MANUFACTURER
LG ELECTRONICS
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
MADE IN INDIA
DIMENSIONS mm :
580(W)x640(D)x1560(H)
MODEL NUMBER
GR-T332**
CLIMATE CLASS
TROPICAL(T)
RATED VOLTAGE
127V
220V
RATED FREQUENCY
60Hz
50/60Hz
RATED INPUT
128W
126W
RATED CURRENT
1.23A
0.71A
DEFROSTING INPUT :
144W
133W
DEFROSTING CURRENT
1.12A
0.5A
1.89(Kwh/24Hrs)
2.0(Kwh/24Hrs)
ELECTRIC POWER CONSUMPTION
RATED INPUT OF LAMP R :
15W
PERCENTAGE RUNNING TIME
62%
QUANTITY OF ICE PRODUCED PER 24 HRS
1.60Kg
REFRIGERANT R 134a
125gm
MASS OF APPLIANCE
56Kg
RATED STORAGE VOLUME
272L
RATED GROSS VOLUME
304L
RATED SHELF AREA
0.938 m2
MANUFACTURER
LG ELECTRONICS
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
MADE IN INDIA
DIMENSIONS mm :
580(W)x640(D)x1680(H)
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F O O D
GU
A R D
P/No.: 3828JH8003K
3
4
5
8
9
10
10
11
12
2
3
(Sliding)
(Sliding)
Freezer
Small Shelf
(Optional)
(Sliding)
(Sliding)
4
Med
rol
Max
Te
o
nt
Min
c
mperature
NORMAL
MAX
MIN
UFREEZER
2
3
4
5
6
MAX
FREEZER TEMP. CONTROL
1
4
6
5
5
4
FRIDGE MAX.
NORMAL.
FREEZER MAX.
6
7
.
8
9
10
11
MODEL :
Voltage / Frequency:- 220V~60Hz
MODEL :
GR-242QP
GR-272QP
GR-T302QM
GR-T332QM
Voltage / Frequency:- 127V~60Hz
GR-242QP
GR-272QP
GR-T302QM
GR-T332QM
BK
BK
DEFROST TIMER
DEF
THERMO
RD
BL
GN/YL
RD
RD
RUNNING
CAPACITOR
BL
RD
2
4
BL
3
S
BN
WH
PR
RD
6
BL
RD
BL
BL
THERMAL
FUSE
BL
M
BL
PTC STARTER
COMPRESSOR
BL
C
BL/WH
BL
RD
RD
LAMP R
5
BL
DEF
THERMO
GN/YL
COMPRESSOR
BL
BL
M
BK
THERMAL
FUSE
LAMP R
BL
DOOR
SWR
BL
2
PN
BN
RD
BL
STARTING
CAPACITOR
BL
OVER LOAD
PROTECTOR
PR
RD
HEATER
PLATE
BN
WH
1
WH
RUNNING
CAPACITOR
M
BN/BK
HEATER
CORD-L
PN
BN
4
T
YL
POWER SUPPLY
CORD
BK
2
WH
HEATER
CORD-L
DOOR
SW R
1
FAN MOTOR
POWER SUPPLY
CORD
BN
BK
3
T
YL
DEFROST TIMER
GY
4
OVER LOAD
PROTECTOR
3
THERMOSTAT
YL
BK
HEATER
PLATE
GY
FAN MOTOR
THERMOSTAT
YL
2
4
3
YL
BL
S
6
PTC STARTER
12
C
5
M
BL/BK
13
14
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