LG | GR-562MVQ | LG GR-562MVQ Owner’s Manual

CONTENTS
INSTALLATION............................................................................................
FEATURE CHART
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FREEZER COMPARTMENT
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6,7
6
REFRIGERATOR COMPARTMENT.......................................................
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HOW TO REPLACE THE FREEZER LAMP
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HOW TO REPLACE THE REFRIGERATOR LAMP
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OPERATIONS..............................................................................................
STARTING
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FREEZER TEMPERATURE CONTROL
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REFRIGERATOR TEMPERATURE CONTROL
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ICE MAKING...........................................................................................
QUICK FREEZE
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DOOR OPEN ALARM
QUICK DEODORIZER
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SELF TEST.............................................................................................
C.A
(CONTROLLED ATMOSPHERE)
SYSTEM
SUGGESTIONS ON STORING FOOD
GENERAL CLEANING
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GENERAL INFORMATION..........................................................................
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IMPORTANT WARNING..............................................................................
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BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE
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THIS NEW REFRIGERATOR IS MANUFACTURED WITH GREAT
CARE AND USING THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY.
AND WE BELIEVE THAT YOU WILL BE FULLY SATISFIED WITH
IT'S PERFORMANCE AND RELIABILITY.
BEFORE YOU START YOUR REFRIGERATOR, PLEASE READ THIS
BOOKLET CAREFULLY.
IT CONTAINS VALUABLE INFORMATION ABOUT PROPER
OPERATION THAT WILL ENSURE TROUBLE-FREE USE OF THE
REFRIGERATOR FOR MANY YEARS TO COME.
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INSTALLATION
BEFORE YOU START YOUR NEW REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER, THERE ARE
SOME POINTS THAT WILL HELP YOU GET OFF ON THE RIGHT FOOT.
1. Select
a
good location.
refrigerator in
Place your
2. Avoid
placing the unit
sunlight or moisture.
3. Your
in
refrigerator-freezer
location that suits your
a
a narrow recess or near
must have
adequate
working
convenience.
any heat sources, direct
air
10 inches
or more
circulation.
If your refrigerator-freezer is placed in a recessed
in the wall, allow at least a clearance of 10
1
inch
or more
area
inches
more
or more
above the
refrigerator
distance from the wall at the
and
a
1 inch
or
rear.
There must be proper air circulation around your
refrigerator to keep it operating efficiently.
For maximum circulation, the
elevated 1 inch from floor,
refrigerator should
especially when it is
be
carpeted.
4. To avoid any vibrations, the unit is to be set levelled.
If needed, adjust the levelling screws to compensate
for
unevenness
of the floor.
It should be levelled side to side. The front should be
slightly higher than the rear to aid in door closing.
Levelling screws can be turned easily by tipping the
cabinet slightly and adjustments can be made with
your fingers to raise or lower the cabinet.
5. Clean your refrigerator thoroughly and wipe off all
dust accumulated during transportation.
6. Fit up the accessories such as ice tray, freezer shelf, etc., to their proper
places, referring to the "FEATURE CHART" section. They are packed
together
to
prevent possible damages during transportation.
7. Connect the power supply cord (or plug) to the outlet. Don't double up with
other appliances on the same outlet.
8. Leave your refrigerator for
freezer compartment.
an
hour
Now, your refrigerator is ready for
or so.
use.
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And check the flow of cold air in the
FEATURE CHART
FREEZER LAMP
1.
FREEZER COMPARTMENT
Freezer
Lamp
Quick-Freezing
Room
Ice
Trays
Unplug
2. Pull out
3. Raise
and
quick-freezing
Freezer Shelf
REFRIGERATOR COMPARTMENT
F.I.R
Lamp (Optional)
Chilled Room
Deodorizer
Temperature
(Optional)
Control Dial
Lamp
C.A
(Controlled Atmosphere)
(Optional)
Shelves
Multi Flow Duct
(Optional)
Distributes cold air to
each
part of refrigerator
compartment.
Humidity
room
door
support the bottom side of
upwards,
room
lid with your hand. Insert the '-' type
screwdriver into the slit on the lower side,
lamp
and
by pulling it
figure at right.
Remove the lamp by turning it counterclockwise.
Assemble in reverse order of disassembly. Replacement
bulb must be the same specification as original.
remove room
forward
Ice Cube Box
the power cord from the outlet.
quick-freezing room shelf.
4.
5.
as
lamp
lid
shown in the
Freezer Door Rack
Egg Storage
Rack
REFRIGERATOR LAMP
1.
Unplug
the power cord from the outlet.
refrigerator shelves.
2. Remove
3. To
remove
the
lamp cover, insert
right gap and pull
your hand in the
out forward.
4. Turn the
lamp counterclockwise
figure at right.
it
as
shown in the
5. Assemble in
reverse
order of
disassembly. Replacement bulb must
be the same specification as original.
Refrigerator
Leveling
Door Rack
Screw
Control Lever
Vegetable Drawer
Used to keep fruits
and vegetables, etc.
fresh and crisp.
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Cover
Evaporating Tray (Evaporating Tray;
evaporates water during defrosting.)
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Collects and
OPERATIONS
STARTING
To start the
refrigerator, set the temperature control to the position
corresponding to desired cooling. If the refrigerator has been left out of use for
some time, set the control to maximum for 2 to 3 hours before setting it to the
desired position. When the refrigerator is not to be used for a long period of
time, disconnect the plug and leave the door partially open.
(NOTE: Delay
NEURO
SENSY
5 minutes before
restarting
if
COLD
operation
has been
interrupted.)
COLDER
DOOR OPEN
C.A
ALARM
QUICK FREEZE
FREEZER TEMP. CONTROL QUICK DEODORIZER
FREEZER TEMPERATURE CONTROL
Freezer temperature control
panel
is
on
the front
side of the freezer door.
The thermistor, specially designed for this
refrigerator, functions to maintain the optimum inside
COLD
COLDER
condition food storage regardless of ambient
temperature variations.
Whenever
setting
pressing
the
Temp. Control button,
the
FREEZER TEMP. CONTROL
is switched from the 'COLD' to the 'COLDER'
and the temperature of the freezer compartment is
lowered.
In order to economize
on
electricity,
set the
Temp. Control
button to the 'COLD'
point.
You
can
(from
select the desired
the 'COLD'
point
setting point
to the 'COLDER'
for the freezer among the three
points
point).
When you starting the refrigerator with power switch or connecting the power
plug to the outlet, the Temp. Control button is automatically set to the point before
power off.
NOTE: This refrigerator is designed scientifically, so that its condition is
automatically checked and operated rationally by detecting the temperature
freezer compartment and door-opening.
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of
OPERATIONS
REFRIGERATOR TEMPERATURE CONTROL
The
refrigerator temperature
can
Set
TO START
be
adjusted by turning
2
refrigerator compartment
control to mid
FRESH FOOD TOO WARM
control dial.
point.
1
Turn control dial to "3".
3
COLDER
FRESH FOOD TOO COLD
Except
when
starting
Turn control dial to "1".
do not
change
either control
time.
ICE MAKING
To Make ice cubes, fill the ice cube trays with
slightly below the rim and place it in
water to
the freezer
corner
cubes,
water on the
run
(To easily
remove
the ice
trays before
twisiting).
If fast ice cubes
or
fast
freezing
are
required,
press the "QUICK FREEZE" button.
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more
than
one
number at
a
OPERATIONS
QUICK FREEZE
This function is used when you want to freeze the
foods quickly.
Press the "QUICK FREEZE" button once, and then
quick freezing operation starts with green light.
the
The
quick freezing operation takes
operation ends, it returns
When its
about 3 hours.
to the normal
QUICK FREEZE
state.
If you put the food in the freezer and press the
"QUICK FREEZE" button, the food is more quickly
freezed.
If you want to stop the quick freezing operation,
press the "QUICK FREEZE" button once more.
And then the green light goes out, and the quick
freezing operation stops and the refrigerator
returns to the normal state.
DOOR OPEN ALARM
If the refrigerator door
opened for more than
or
the freezer door is
1 minute, it gives alarm. And
then the door open alarm function prevents
electric power from wasting due to the cooled air
flowing
out.
For the door opens, the door open alarm function
alarms at every 30 seconds.
When the door is closed, the alarm is
not so, inquiry to the service center
stopped.
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If
QUICK FREEZE
OPERATION
QUICK DEODORIZER
It controls the
If
pressing
operating
time of C.A. system.
the QUICK DEODORIZER button
once, the green
lamp
is
on
and Quick
Deodorizer operates.
again during Quick
Deodorizer operating, it turns to the normal
condition and the lamp is off.
Pressing
It makes deodorizer
of food
C.A
the button
keeping
more
quickly
QUICK DEODORIZER
and freshness
in Quick Deodorizer condition
than in normal condition.
SELF TEST
When
a
trouble is occured, this function
indicates it. In this case, if you press any
operating button, you can hear only 'beeps'
without functional
In this
case
operation.
inquiry
time, don't disconnect the power cord from the
outlet.
If you press the freezer temperature control
button and "QUICK FREEZE" button at the
same
C.A
to the service center. At this
time for 1 second over, all
lamps
on
temperature control part turn on. It checks only
the function, not trouble. Unpressing the two
buttons, it turns to the normal condition.
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QUICK DEODORIZER
C.A(CONTROLLED ATMOSPHERE) SYSTEM
C.A(CONTROLLED ATMOSPHERE) SYSTEM....
....
BY USING PALLADIUM CATALYST
Removes Ethylene gas which spoils food to
the freshness of stored food longer.
Deodorizes
purified
unpleasant smell,
and
....
keep
supplies
air.
Filters bacteria and germs
hygenic storing of food.
floating
in the air for
a
CAUTION
Bacteria inside food cannot be removed. So, after of all, it is necessary to
store fresh food.
WHEN USING C.A SYSTEM
No
special manipulation
refrigerator operation.
Food
or
System
is
required
....
as
food container should not be
as
it works
placed
it would block air flow.
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automatically
with the
close to the front side of C.A
C.A(CONTROLLED ATMOSPHERE) SYSTEM
WHEN DEODORIZING ABILITY DECLINES
When used for
a
long
time in
places
....
where odor is severe,
deodorizing
may decline.
When this
happens,
revibe
catalyst
filter
by
the
following procedures.
1
1. Disassemble Lower Cover.
2
2. Remove
Catalyst.
3. Leave it in bleach dissolved water for
(Do
not use aluminum
a
day.
3
Water 500ml
container)
Bleach
20ml
4
4. Rinse with clean water
(Leave
5.
it in water for 4
hours)
it with hair drier for 5 minutes or, leave it
in the sun for half a day.
Dry
5
or
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function
SUGGESTIONS ON STORING FOOD
STORING FOOD
Store fresh food in the
thawed is
what is
an
more
refrigerator compartment. How food is frozen and
important factor in keeping freshness & flavor of the food, but
important is to store food that are "fresh".
Do not store food which may go bad
pineapple, melon and so on.
in low
easily
temperature, like bananas,
sure to store hot food in the refrigerator after it has been cooled off.
Storing hot food in the refrigerator could spoil other stored food, and it leads
to higher electricity consumption.
Be
storing, cover food with a vinyl wrap, or store in a container with a lid.
When moisture in the food evaporates, taste and nutritions of the food is also
lost.
When
Do not block the air vents with food. Smooth circulation of chilled air
the temperature in the
refrigerator
Do not open the doors
frequently. Opening
refrigerator, causing
temperature change.
a
keeps
even.
the door lets
warm
air to enter the
FREEZER COMPARTMENT
Do not store bottles in the
when the
liquid
Do not freeze food
will
cause
When
as
the bottles will break
again
that had been frozen and then melted before,
as
it
loss of taste and nutrition.
storing
be stored
freezing compartment,
inside freezes.
on
frozen food like ice
cream
and etc. for
a
long period,
it should
the freezer shelf and not in the door rack.
REFRIGERATOR COMPARTMENT
When
storing
in the
inside the shelves
refrigerator compartment,
as
do not put watery food
deep
direct contacts with chilled air could freeze them.
Store food after it has been
be washed and
adjacent
wiped,
thoroughly cleaned. Vegetables and fruits should
packed food should be wiped clean, so that
be spoiled.
and
food should not
storing eggs in the egg storage rack, make sure to store fresh eggs
always store them in up-right position, not lying down. Eggs, when stored
way, are kept fresh longer.
When
and
this
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GENERAL CLEANING
It is
important that your refrigerator be kept clean to prevent undesirable odor.
Spilled food should be wiped up immediately, since most of them may acidify
and stain plastic surface if allowed to settle.
Never
use
metallic
alkaline solutions
scouring pads, brushes,
on
coarse
abrasive cleaners
or
strong
any surface.
Before you begin cleaning, 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
-
lukewarm solution of mild soap
a
to clean the durable finish of your
detergent
freezer. Wipe
INTERIOR
-
with
or
refrigerator-
clean, damp cloth and then dry.
a
Regular cleaning
of the interior and interior
parts is recommended. If you have the No Frost model
which defrosts completely automatically, first, open both
doors and leave them open
process. Disconnect power
during
supply
the entire
and
cleaning
remove
food and all
compartment shelves, storage trays etc.. Wash entire
freezer-refrigerator compartments with a baking soda
solution. Rinse and
INTERIOR PARTS
racks.
magnetic
solution
or a
dry.
-
Wash compartment shelves, door
baking soda
door seals etc. with either the
mild
detergent
and
warm
water. Rinse and
dry.
WARNING-
Always remove power cord from the wall outlet
cleaning the vicinity of electrical parts (lamps,
switches, controls, etc.). Wipe up excessive moisture with
sponge or cloth to prevent water or liquid from getting into
any electrical part and causing a electric shock. Do not use
flammable or toxic cleaning liquids.
when
EVAPORATION TRAY should be cleaned
regularly. Any dust accumulated
refrigerator.
in
the tray may interfere with the proper function of the
1. Remove the
grille by pulling
it toward you.
2. Draw out the
evaporation tray and clean
detergent.Replace the evaporation tray.
If the
tray is
not
securely
in
place,
it with
a
soft cloth and mild
defrost water may
process may be affected.
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spill
or
the
evaporation
GENERAL INFORMATION
VACATION TIME
During average length vacations, you will probably find it
best to leave the refrigerator-freezer in operation. Place
freezable items in freezer for
going
to go for an extended
longer life. When you are
period, follow these steps.
Remove all food. Disconnect the power suppy cord.
thoroughly. Leave refrigerator and freezer
Clean interior
doors OPEN to prevent odor formation.
Dry
ice!
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, take steps to
protect your frozen food by placing block of dry ice on
top of packages.
IF YOU MOVE
Remove
the
or securely fasten
refrigerator-freezer.
To avoid
damaging
the
down all loose items inside
levelling
screws, turn them all
the way into the base.
THE ANTI CONDENSATION PIPE
The outside wall of
get
warm,
This is not
refrigerator cabinet may
especially just after installation.
a
trouble of
anti condensation
It is
pumping
refrigerator,
pipe.
sometimes
but because of the
hot freon gas around the cabinet to
on the outer wall of the cabinet.
prevent "sweating"
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The AntiCondensation
Pipe
IMPORTANT WARNING
DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION CORD
If
refrigerator to its own individual appliance circuit : so
appliances or a heavy load of household lights will not cause an
overload, that might interrupt the electrical current. Also a loose connection
might result from doubling up with another appliance in the outlet.
possible,
connect the
that the other
POWER CORD REPLACING INSTRUCTION
If the power cord of this appliance is damaged, it must be replaced by a
shop appointed by the manufacturer, because special purpose tools are
repair
required.
EARTHING(GROUNDING) INSTRUCTION
In the event of
shock
an
electrical short circuit, earthing reduces the risk of electric
an escape wire for the electric current.
by providing
If this appliance is equipped with a cord having a earthing
plug, you must plug into an outlet that is properly installed
If this appliance has no earthing plug but
appliance must be earthed to ground.
a
cord
having
a
wire with
and
a earthing
grounded.
earthing wire,
Improper use of the earthing plug can result in a 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.
Appliance
must be
earthed(grounded).
DON'T WAIT! DO IT NOW!
VERY DANGEROUS ATTRACTION
An
empty refrigerator is a very dangerous attraction to children.
gaskets, latches, lids or door from unused appliance,or
Remove either
take
some
other action that will make it harmless.
NEVER STORE EXPLOSIVES AND CHEMICALS
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BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE
OFTEN, SERVICE CALLS CAN BE AVOIDED!
IF YOU FEEL REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER IS NOT OPERATING
CHECK THESE POSSIBLE CAUSES FIRST
1. Have cabinet odor? Certain food
cover
open dishes of food
:
:
produces odor;
interior may need
cleaning.
2. Has
a
house fuse blown
or
circuit breaker
tripped?
3. Has the power cord plug been removed
loosened from the electrical wall outlet?
or
4. Is air circulation within the cabinet blocked
overcrowded shelves
covering
5. Is there
on
an
or
by paper
or
by
other
the shelves?
obstruction in the
opening
at the front
of the cabinet base?
6. Is the radiant heat
located
any
on
through
tube condenser,
the side of the cabinet, obstructed in
way?
7. Have the doors been
kept open
more
than
normally necessary?
8. Is the temperature control dial set
on a
proper
position?
9. Does cabinet vibrate? Cabinet needs to be
levelled? Excessive running time may be
controlled if the conditions mentioned in 4,5,6
and 7
are
checked
periodically.
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PROPERLY,
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