LG | GR-F419SVQK | LG GR-F419SVQK Owner’s Manual

ENGLISH
MFL67783565
Introduction
Connection
Operation
CARE AND
MAINTENANCE
REHINGING OF DOORS
Trouble Shooting
Smart Diagnosis
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Registration
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Important Safety Instruction
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Identification of Parts
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Installation
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Connection
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Control panel
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• Temperature control
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• Quick freeze
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• ECO Mode
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• Loose-fitting door alarm
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• “Lock” (For models with LED dispaly)
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• Self-test
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Water Dispenser
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Removal and installation of detachable glass shelf
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Removal and installation of drawer in refrigeration
comparment
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Removal and installation of drawer in freezing comparment
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Ice preparation
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Foodstuff storage
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Energy-Saving Method
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Cleaning
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General
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Refrigerator operation features
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Rehinging of doors
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Trouble Shooting
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Disposal of your old appliance
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SMART DIAGNOSIS(OPTION)
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Connection
forward
backward
Figure 1. Installation of limit stops
Figure 2. Installation of refrigerator to wall
NOTE
The limit stops are located in the door basket of the
refrigeration compartment.
They should be installed to get higher operational efficiency
of the refrigerator.
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water level
If the water level is lower than the line, there
may have residual water or water flow when
dispensing water, please add water in the
tank in time.
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF
Operation
3. Push the drawer all the way in.
At that, you should take care to exclude
slant.
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CAUTION!
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF
DRAWERS IN FREEZING COMPARTMENT
Do not apply excessive force to remove the
drawers and shelves – this may result in
damage of the refrigerator.
When a large quantity of foodstuffs is stored
in the freezing compartment, you can remove
the middle drawer from the appliance and
store foodstuffs immediately on foodstuffs
placed to the lower drawer.
ICE PREPARATION
Fill the ice tray with water and place it to
the freezing compartment.
To remove any drawer of the freezing
compartment, proceed as follows:
1. Pull the drawer all the way out;
2. Raise it by the front part and pull.
If ice cubes are required as soon as possible,
activate the "QUICK FREEZE" function.
To remove ice cubes, hold the tray on ends
and slightly bend it.
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WARNING
Fill with potable water only.
To install any drawer back to the freezing
compartment, proceed in the reverse
sequence:
1. Place the drawer onto the guides at
an angle 45°;
2. Lower the front part of the drawer in
parallel to the guides;
ADVICE
To easily remove cubes, water the tray in
advance.
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
GENERAL
CAUTION!
Electric power failure.
• An interruption in electric power supply for
1-2 hours will not harm the stored foodstuffs.
Try to less frequently open and close the
refrigerator door during this period.
Do not move or incline the refrigerator during
its operation.
Noise may occur in the compressor.
This feature does not affect operability of
the compressor.
DURING MOVE:
REFRIGERATOR OPERATION
FEATURES
• Remove all foodstuffs and other objects
from the refrigerator. Firmly secure the
internal detachable parts
(shelves, drawers, door baskets);
Cracking noise may be heard due to thermal
deformations of the refrigerator components.
Typical sounds from activation of the
thermostatic controller and compressor are
normal sounds occurring during operation of
electric equipment in the appliance.
The refrigerant circulating inside the
refrigeration system may calmly gurgle,
even if the compressor is idle.
Do not worry, this is absolutely normal.
The following sounds may be heard during
operation of the refrigerator:
- Clicks from actuation of the temperature
sensor/switch;
- Murmur of the refrigerant circulating in tubes
of the refrigeration system;
- Slight cracking noise from thermal
deformations of materials.
These sounds are not associated with any
defect and they have a functional aspect.
• To avoid damage of the floor and adjustable
feet of the refrigerator, turn them
counter-clockwise before transportation;
• The refrigerator should be firmly secured in
the truck to prevent its hits and falling
inside the truck during transportation;
• The refrigerator should be transported in
vertical position in a covered vehicle.
The original package should not be
damaged during transportation;
• During loading and unloading, the
refrigerator should be protected against hits.
BEFORE SWITCHING ON:
ANTI-CONDENSATION TUBE:
• If the refrigerator is transported in cold
season, unpack the refrigerator in a warm
room and do not switch on it for at least
12 hours.
• The anti-condensation tube is laid inside
the enclosure around the front face of the
refrigerator to exclude moisture
condensation;
• The refrigerator may greatly heat up in
these places, especially immediately after
switching on for the first time or at high
ambient temperature.
Anti-condensation tube
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Trouble Shooting
Before calling for service, check this list.
It may save you both time and expense.
This list includes common occurrences that are not the result of defective workmanship
or materials in this appliance.
Problem
Possible Causes
Fridge-Freezerdoes • Power plug may be unplugged from the electricoutlet.
Plug it in securely.
not operate
• House fuse has blown or circuit breaker hastripped.
Check and/or replace fuse and reset circuit breaker.
• Power cut.
Check house lights.
Fridge or Freezer • Temperature control not set on proper position.
Compartment
Refer to Temperature Control section.
Temperature too warm • Appliance is placed close to heat source.
• Warm weather-frequent door openings.
• Door left open for a long time.
• Package holding door open or blocking air
duct in freezer compartment.
Vibration or Rattling • The floor on which the fridge-freezer is installed may
or Abnormal Noise
be uneven or the fridge-freezer may beunstable.
Make it even by rotating the leveling screw.
• Unnecessary objects placed in the back side of
the fridge-freezer.
Frost or IceCrystals • Door may have been left ajar or package holding
door open.
on frozenFood
• Too frequent or too long door openings.
• Frost within package is normal.
Moisture • This phenomenon is likely to occur in a wet space.
forms on Cabinet Surface
Wipe it with a dry towel.
Moisture collects inside • Too frequent or too long door openings.
• In humid weather, air carries moisture into
fridge when doors are opened.
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