LG | LT2302BBWI | LG LT2302BBVI Owner’s Manual

ENGLISH
OWNER’S MANUAL
TOP FREEZER
REFRIGERATOR
Please read this manual carefully before operating
your set and retain it for future reference.
Model Name
LT2302BBVI
LT2302BBWI
www.lg.com
AFN75754510
P/No. MFL67527907
Copyright © 2017 LG Electronics Inc. All Rights Reserved.
TABLE
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Important Safety Instructions
Requirements for Ground Connection
Parts and Features
Refrigerator Installation
Unpacking
Installation
How to remove and Install the
Refrigerator Doors
How to reverse and Install the
Refrigerator Doors
Closing and Aligning the doors
Refrigerator Care and Cleaning
Refrigerator Cleaning
Outside
Inside
Door Lining & Gaskets
Plastic Parts (Covers and Panel)
Back Cover
Replacing Refrigerator Lights
Power Interruptions
When Going on Vacation
When Moving
2-3
3
4
5-11
5
5
Smart DiagnosisTM
Door Alarm
6-7
16
17
8-11
12
Troubleshooting Guide
Using your Refrigerator
Ensuring Proper Air Circulation
Adjusting the Controls
Adjusting Control Settings
Food Storage Guide
Refrigerator Shelves
Pantry Drawer
Ice Tray
Humidity Controlled Crispers
Door Bins
Dairy Bin
16-17
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
17
12-15
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
15
15
Specifications
1
18-22
22
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAFETY MESSAGES
This manual contains several important safety notices. Always read and obey all of the following safety messages.
This is the safety alert symbol. This symbol is a warning to potential dangers that could cause death, injury
or damage to you, others or the product. All safety messages will follow after this warning symbol and the
word “DANGER”, “CAUTION” or “WARNING”. These words mean:
DANGER
You may be killed or suffer fatal damage if you do not follow instructions.
WARNING
You may be killed or seriously injured if you do not follow instructions.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor injury
or damage to the product.
All safety messages inform you of potential danger, advise you on how to reduce the risk of injury and tell you what
can occur if the instructions are not followed.
WARNING
Do not keep bottles in the freezer compartment, they
could explode after freezing and cause damage.
To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock or personal
injury, the following precaution measures should be
followed:
NEVER disconnect the refrigerator by pulling the
power cord, always grip the plug firmly and disconnect
it directly from the outlet.
Read all instructions before utilizing the product. Utilize
this product only as explicitly expressed in this guide.
Once the refrigerator is operating, avoid touching cold
surfaces of the freezer with damp or wet hands; the
skin could become adhered to these surfaces.
Immediately repair or replace all faulty or damaged
service cables. Do not use cords that have cracks or
abrasion damage on the length of the cord or on the
plug.
In refrigerators with an automatic ice dispenser, avoid
contact with moving parts of the ejector mechanism
or with the heating mechanism that discharges the
cubes. DO NOT place your fingers or hands in the
ice dispenser mechanism while the refrigerator is
connected.
When moving your refrigerator, take care not to roll
over the electrical cord.
DO NOT store or use gasoline or other combustible
liquids or vapors in proximity with this or any other
electrical appliance.
If the use of this unit is no longer needed, please
contact local authorities to dispose of this product in a
safe way due contains Pentane-cycle or pentane like
gas for insulation. Insulation gases require a special
elimination process. This product contains flammable
insulation.
DO NOT permit children to climb, stand or swing from
the doors or shelves of the refrigerator. This can cause
serious injury to them and damage to the product.
Keep your fingers away from areas in which they
can become caught, such as the doors, hinges and
cabinets. Be careful closing the doors when children
are near.
DO NOT refreeze foods which have already thawed.
The Department of Agriculture of the United States, in
your Bulletin of Home and Gardens No. 69 establishes
that:
Unplug the refrigerator before cleaning or repairing.
NOTE: We strongly recommend that any repair
services be performed by a qualified professional.
“...You can refreeze food that has thawed if they contain
ice crystals or are cold and below 40 °F (4 °C)”.
Never store explosive substances or chemicals in
your refrigerator such as benzene, alcohol, aerosol
cans, etc. It is DANGEROUS!!
“...Ground beef, perishable food or seafood that is
discolored or has an unpleasant odor should not be
frozen or consumed. Consumption of melted ice cream
should also be avoided. If the odor or color of food is
questionable, discard it. The food may be dangerous to
consume”.
“Partial thawing or refreezing reduces the quality of the
food, especially fruit, vegetables and prepared meals.
The quality of red meat is less affected than that of
other foods. Use refrozen products as soon as possible
in order to maintain their quality”.
This appliance is intended to be used in household
and similar applications such as: staff kitchen areas
in shops, offices and other working environments;
farm houses and by clients in hotels, motels and
other residential type environments; bed and
breakfast type environments; catering and similar
non-retail applications.
For your safety, this product should be properly
grounded. Have a qualified professional check the
electrical circuit and outlet to ensure a proper ground
connection.
Do not use mechanical devices or other means to
accelerate the defrosting process.
KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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CAUTION
This appliance is not intended for use by children, persons with physical or mental disabilities, persons with reduced
sensory or mental capacity, or persons that lack experience or know-how, unless they have supervision or instruction
in relation to the use of the appliance by the person responsible for their safety. Children should be supervised to
assure that they do not play with the appliance.
DANGER: CHILDREN MAY BECOME TRAPPED
BEFORE DISPOSING YOUR REFRIGERATOR
OR FREEZER WHEN NO LONGER IN USE:
Remove the doors.
Leave the shelves in place so that children
cannot easily become stuck in them.
Children becoming trapped or suffocated is not
a problem of the past. Discarded and abandoned
refrigerators are a hazard, even if they remain there
“for just a few days”. If you would like to dispose of
your old refrigerator, please follow the instructions
below to prevent any accidents.
CFC DISPOSAL
Your old refrigerator may have a cooling system that
uses CFC’s (chlorofluorocarbons). CFC affects the
stratospheric layer of the ozone.
If you decide to throw out your old refrigerator, ensure
that CFC contaminants are properly disposed of by a
qualified professional. If you intentionally remove the
CFC refrigerant, you could be subject to fines or prison
in accordance with environmental legislation in effect.
REQUIREMENTS FOR GROUND CONNECTION
IMPORTANT: Attentively read the following.
It is your responsibility and obligation to replace twoprong outlets with that of an adequately grounded threeprong outlet.
TO CONNECT ELECTRICITY
WARNING
Do not, under any circumstance, cut or extract the third
prong from the plug.
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
FOR YOUR PERSONAL SAFETY, this appliance must
be properly grounded. Have a qualified electrician
check your wall outlet to ensure that the plug is
grounded properly.
NOTE: Before installation, cleaning or replacing LED
lamp, you must disconnect the appliance from the
power source. When finished, plug the appliance back in
and adjust the thermostat to the desired position.
WARNING
3 prong
grounding type
wall receptacle
EXTENSION CABLE
Do not use an extension cable.
USE OF EXTENSION CABLES
3 prong
grounding
plug
We do not recommend the use of extension cables.
However, if you still choose to utilize an extension cable,
it is absolutely necessary that it supports three-pronged
plugs and that the electrical current support a
minimum of 15 A and 230 V.
Ensure proper
ground exists
before use
The use of an extension cable will increase the amount
of space needed behind the refrigerator.
WARNING
RECOMMENDED GROUNDING METHOD
Your refrigerator must always be plugged to its own
outlet which is adequately grounded. The energy current
should only be 230 V ~ 50/ 60 Hz, AC (according to
the National rating) and fused at 15 A.
This provides the best performance and prevents an
overload which could cause a fire from the overheating
of the cables. It is recommended that a separate circuit
be used for this appliance, as well as a receptacle that
cannot be disconnected with a switch.
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REPLACING ELECTRICAL CABLE
If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced by
our service center or qualified LG technician to avoid
any risk.
PARTS AND FEATURES
A
J
B
C
K
D
E
L
F
G
M
H
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Use this page to become more familiar with the parts and features of your refrigerator. Page references are
included or your convenience.
NOTE: This guide covers several models. The refrigerator you have purchased may have some or all of the items
listed below. The locations of the features shown below may not match your model.
A F- Deco Duct
H
Pantry Drawer
B Ice Tray
I
Crispers
C Freezer Shelf
J
Freezer Light (LED)
D Freezer Temperature Control
K
Freezer Door Bins
E Refrigerator Temperature Control
L
Dairy Bin
F Shelves
M
Refrigerator Door Bins
G Refrigerator Light (LED)
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REFRIGERATOR INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
WARNING
1. Avoid placing the unit near heat sources, direct
sunlight, or humidity.
2. To avoid vibration, the unit should be leveled. If needed,
adjust the leveling screws to compensate for an
unleveled floor. The front should be slightly taller than
the rear to ensure that the doors close properly. The
leveling screws can easily be turned by slightly tilting
the front of the refrigerator, turning the leveling screws
clockwise (
) to raise it and counter-clockwise
(
) to lower it.
3. Install the refrigerator in an area between 55 °F (13 °C)
and 110 °F (43 °C). If the surrounding temperature is
lower or higher than previously mentioned, it can
adversely affect the unit.
EXCESSIVE WEIGHT HAZARD
Use the assistance of two or more persons to move or
install the refrigerator. Not following these instructions
may cause injury to the back and other parts of the
body.
UNPACKING
Before installing your refrigerator, remove any tape
or temporary stickers. Do not remove any stickers
that feature warnings, the model serial number or the
technical label of the product located on the back of the
refrigerator.
CAUTION: Avoid placing the unit near heat
To remove adhesive tape residue, rub it well with your
fingers and a little liquid detergent. Clean with warm
water and let dry.
sources, direct sunlight or humidity.
ONCE INSTALLED
Do not use sharp instruments, rubbing alcohol, flammable
liquids or abrasive cleaning products to remove the
adhesive tape or glue. These products can damage the
surface of your refrigerator. For more information, see
the section on “Important Safety Instructions”.
1. Carefully clean your refrigerator and remove and dust
accumulated during shipping.
2. Install accessories such as the ice bin, door racks,
shelves, etc., in their proper places. These are already
packed to prevent any possible damage during
shipping.
3. Leave your refrigerator on for 2 to 3 hours before
storing food inside. Verify that there is a flow of cold air
in the freezer compartment to ensure proper cooling.
Your refrigerator is now ready for use.
The shelves come already installed in their factory
position. Remove the shelves and replace them
according to your spacing needs.
Moving Your Refrigerator:
Your refrigerator is extremely heavy. Make sure you
protect the floor when moving your refrigerator for
cleaning or servicing. Always pull your refrigerator
straight out when moving it. Do not shift from side
to side or “walk” the refrigerator when attempting to
move it as this can cause damage to the floor.
WARNING:
Take care when working with the hinges, base cover
and stops, etc. You may injure yourself.
DO not place your hands or any tools in the air vents,
the base cover or in the bottom of the refrigerator. This
may cause injury or electrical shock.
Keep a Proper Distance from Adjacent Objects
Please keep the refrigerator at an adequate distance
from other objects. Insufficient spacing can reduce the
refrigerator’s freezing efficiency and increase electricity
consumption.
WARNING
EXPLOSION HAZARD
2” (5.08 cm)
Keep all flammable materials and vapors (such as
gasoline) away from the refrigerator. Not following
these instructions may cause death, explosion or fire.
2” (5.08 cm)
2” (5.08 cm)
5
2” (5.08 cm)
REFRIGERATOR INSTALLATION
HOW TO REMOVE AND INSTALL THE REFRIGERATOR DOORS
If entrance is less than 35 inches wide, the refrigerator’s door will need to be removed.
IMPORTANT: Before starting, turn off and unplug the refrigerator. Remove all food and the racks from the doors.
TOOLS YOU MIGHT NEED OR USE
1/4 in
3/8 in
10 mm
Hex Socket Wrench
Phillips Screwdriver No. 2
WARNING
Flat Head Screwdriver
Fig. 3
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Before you begin, either unplug the refrigerator or
turn off the power at the circuit breaker or fuse box.
Remove food and any door rack from the refrigerator.
Failure to do so could result in death or serious injury.
Middle Hinge Bracket
Hinge Pin
1. Removing Freezer Door
Gently pry off the Top Hinge Cover with a flat head
screwdriver and remove it. See Fig. 1.
2. Removing Refrigerator Door
Fig. 1
Loose and remove the two bolts and the screw to
remove the middle hinge bracket from refrigerator
housing (Figure 4). Set parts aside (Figure 5).
Fig. 4
Middle
Hinge Bracket
Using 10 mm or 3/8 inch socket wrench, remove
the three bolts and lift the Top Hinge (See Fig. 2). Set
parts aside.
Fig. 2
Fig. 5
Lift freezer door slightly and remove it (See Fig. 3) Set
parts aside.
Lift up door slightly and remove it (See Figure 6).
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REFRIGERATOR INSTALLATION
Fig. 9
Fig. 6
To replace doors, begin with refrigerator door and then
follow with freezer door.
4. Replacing Freezer Door
Set the freezer door onto the Middle Hinge pin (Figure
10).
Place upper hinge in the top of the freezer door and
line up the hinge with the holes in top of refrigerator.
Use the three bolts to fasten the hinge (See Figure 11).
3. Replacing Refrigerator Door
Set door on Bottom Hinge Pin (See Figure 7).
Place hinge pin of middle bracket inside the hinge pin
insert on the top of the door (See Figure 8). Hold the
door in place and line up the hinge with the holes in
the refrigerator housing.
Fig. 10
Fig. 7
Bottom
Hinge Pin
Fig. 11
Fig. 8
Carefully, force the top hinge cover back into place over
hinge (See Figure 12).
Fig. 12
Use the two bolts and the screw to refasten the middle
hinge with the refrigerator housing. See Figure 9.
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REFRIGERATOR INSTALLATION
HOW TO REVERSE AND INSTALL THE REFRIGERATOR DOORS
You may find it more convenient to have the doors converted from the left opening type (factory installed) to the right
opening type. Directions refer to the right side as the side on your right as you face the unit.
TOOLS YOU MIGHT NEED OR USE
1/4 in
3/8 in
10 mm
Hex Socket Wrench
Phillips Screwdriver No. 2
Flat Head Screwdriver
Move the Hinge Pin Insert Bracket to the other side of
the door, keeping the same orientation, and move the
Hinge Pin Insert into the hole on the left side of the
bracket.
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Before you begin, either unplug the refrigerator or
turn off the power at the circuit breaker or fuse box.
Remove food and any door rack from the refrigerator.
Failure to do so could result in death or serious injury.
Hinge Pin Insert
Hinge Pin
Insert Bracket
1. Removing Freezer Door
Gently pry off the top hinge cover with a flat head
screwdriver and remove.
Reverse the Door Closer/Stop by flipping it over. Place it
on top of the Hinge Pin Insert Bracket, and tighten both
down with the screw.
Using 10mm or 3/8 inch socket wrench, remove the
three bolts and lift off the top hinge. Set parts aside.
Fig. 2
Pry off the cover on the top left side of the refrigerator to
uncover the screw holes.
Set the freezer door and top hinge parts to the side and
remove the refrigerator door.
Slightly lift up the refrigerator door and remove it.
Cover (on top of
refrigerator)
Middle Hinge Bracket
Hinge Pin
Turn the freezer door upside down on a non-scratch
surface.
Loosen the screw to remove the Door Closer/Stop and
Hinge Pin Insert.
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REFRIGERATOR INSTALLATION
2. Reversing and Reinstalling Refrigerator Door
Using a 1/4 inch socket wrench, loosen and remove
Hinge Pin from the Middle Hinge Bracket. Remove
washer underneath the middle hinge and set aside.
NOTE: At this point the door will be loose. Slightly lift
the door and remove it.
Using a 3/8 inch socket wrench with a 2 inch extension
and screwdriver, loosen the two bolts and one screw, and
remove the Bottom Hinge from right side of the housing.
Remove the Decorative Caps on the bottom of the
refrigerator housing. You will need these holes for the
Bottom Hinge.
Loosen and remove the two bolts and use the Phillips
head screwdriver to remove the Middle Hinge Bracket
from the refrigerator housing. Set parts aside.
Move the Bottom Hinge to the left side of the housing,
keeping the same orientation, and reattach with the two
bolts and one screw. The flat screw must be placed on
the exterior side of the hinge. Move the Decorative Bolt
to the hole on the lower right side of the housing.
Remove the washer from the Bottom Hinge Pin.
Using a 1/4 inch socket wrench, loosen and remove
the Hinge Pin from the Bottom Hinge. Reattach the
Hinge Pin to the opposite side of the hinge.
NOTE: This is easier to do while the hinge is still
attached.
Turn the refrigerator door upside down on a
nonscratching surface. Loosen the two screws
to remove the Bottom Hinge Pin Insert Bracket
with the Hinge Pin Insert.
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REFRIGERATOR INSTALLATION
Flip the Middle Hinge Bracket, (flange will now be on
top) position it on left side of the refrigerator and reattach
with two bolts and a Phillips screwdriver. Place the
refrigerator door down over the pin on the bottom hinge.
Place the washer between the refrigerator door and
middle hinge and re-attach Hinge Pin to Hinge Bracket
with a ¼” socket wrench.
NOTE: Bracket has been flipped, but Hinge Pin stays
in the same orientation with its hexagonal end facing
upward.
Hinge
Pin Bracket
Hinge
Pin Insert
Take out the Hinge Pin Insert and move the Bracket to
the other side of the door, keeping the same orientation.
Place the Hinge Pin Insert into the left side of the bracket.
Tighten the Hinge Pin Bracket to the door.
Flange
Hinge
Pin Bracket
Hinge
Pin Insert
Middle Hinge
Bracket
Insert the Decorative Screw into the outer hole on the
rightside of the housing. Attach cover on the right side.
Cover is force-fitted.
Decorative
Screw
With a flat-head screwdriver, carefully pry off and
remove the cover over the screw holes on the left side of
refrigerator housing.
REATTACHING THE DOORS
Place the freezer door down over the Hinge Pin on the
Middle Hinge Pin Bracket.
Remove the outer lower Decorative Screw from the
housing at the area between the freezer and refrigerator
doors (You will need this hole for the Middle Hinge
Bracket.)
Place the Upper Hinge Pin on top of the freezer door
and line up the Upper Hinge with holes on top of the
refrigerator. Use the three bolts to replace the Hinge.
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REFRIGERATOR INSTALLATION
CLOSING AND ALIGNING THE DOORS
To avoid vibration, the unit must be leveled. If necessary,
adjust the Leveling Legs to compensate for unevenness
of the floor. The front should be slightly higher than the
rear to aid in door closing.
Your refrigerator has three front leveling screws, one on
the right and one on the left. If your refrigerator seems
unstable or if you would like the doors to close more
easily, simply adjust the inclination of the refrigerator by
following the instructions below:
Tighten the bolts. Force-fit Top Hinge Cover over Top
Hinge.
NOTE: Third leveling screw is used for protection of
hinge lower.
1. Plug the refrigerator into a 3 prong grounded outlet.
Move the refrigerator into its final position.
2. Use a flat head screwdriver to adjust the leveling
screws (see Figure A), turning clockwise to raise the
side of the refrigerator and counter-clockwise to lower
it. It may take several turns to adjust it to the inclination
you would like.
Replace cover on the top left side of the refrigerator
to the right top to cover the holes. Cover is also
force-fitted.
NOTE: Having someone push against the top of the
refrigerator takes some weight off the leveling screws.
This will make it easier to adjust the screws.
3. Open both doors again and check to make sure that
they close easily. If not, tilt the refrigerator slightly
more to the rear by turning both Leveling Screws
clockwise. It may take several more turns, and you
should turn both Leveling Screws the same times.
Cover (on top of
refrigerator)
Figure A
After changing doors, make sure that the corners
of the Door Gaskets are not folded over. To ensure a
good seal, apply a small amount of silicon grease on
the corners of gaskets.
Corners
Door Alignment
If the space between your doors is uneven, follow the
instructions below to align the doors:
1. Gently pry off the Top Hinge Cover with a flat head
screwdriver and remove.
2. Loosen the Top Hinge Bolts using a 10 mm or 13/32
inch socket wrench or open-end wrench.
3. Have someone hold the freezer door so the space
between the two doors is even, and retighten the top
hinge bolts.
4. Replace the Top Hinge Cover.
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USING
USINGYOUR
YOURREFRIGERATOR
REFRIGERATOR
ADJUSTING THE CONTROLS
ENSURING PROPER AIR CIRCULATION
In order to obtain stable temperature, the air must flow
between the freezer and refrigerator sections. As shown
in the illustration below, the cold air enters through
the bottom part and circulates upward. This air returns
below the freezer floor and the rest of the air enters the
refrigerator section through the top vent.
Your refrigerator has two controls that allow you to
regulate the temperature the freezer and refrigerator
compartments.
Refrigerator Control
Initially set the Refrigerator Control on the middle
setting (number 3). To do so, press the TEMPERATURE
ADJUST button until it reaches the middle position
(the third LED turns ON). Leave the refrigerator on this
setting for 24 hours to reach the correct temperature.
After 24 hours, adjust the compartment temperature
as you desire. ALWAYS wait 24 hours before you adjust
the temperature. If you want to set the refrigerator
compartment temperature to a warmer temperature
than the current, continue pressing the TEMPERATURE
ADJUST button until it reaches the desired temperature.
COLD
COLDEST
TEMPERATURE
ADJUST
Demo Mode (For Store Use Only)
Demo Mode disables all cooling in the refrigerator and
freezer sections to conserve energy while on display in
a retail store. When activated, OFF will display on the
control panel.
Do not block any of these vents with packages of food.
This can interrupt the flow of air and cause temperature
and moisture problems.
To deactivate:
Press the TEMPERATURE ADJUST button until your
desired temperature setting is reached. The OFF light
will turn off once the Demo Mode is deactivated.
IMPORTANT: Because air circulates between both
sections, any odors formed in one section will transfer
to the other. You must thoroughly clean both sections to
eliminate odors. To prevent odor transfer and drying out
of food, make sure you wrap or cover foods tightly (See
the “Food Storage Guide” section for details).
Freezer Control
The freezer control should come from factory on the
middle setting (number 3). Wait 24 hours before
adjusting the freezer compartment temperature. Roll
the knob to set the freezer temperature as you desire.
ALWAYS wait 24 hours after any adjustment to reach the
desired temperature.
NOTE: If you close the fresh food
compartment door applying
more force than necessary,
freezer door may get open and
close again, due internal air flow
of refrigerator.
NOTE: Setting at higher number
of the freezer compartment, the
temperature of freezer compartment
becomes colder.
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USING YOUR REFRIGERATOR
FOOD STORAGE GUIDE
ADJUSTING CONTROL SETTINGS
Give the refrigerator time to cool down completely before
adding food. It is best to wait 24 hours before adding
food to the refrigerator. The mid-settings indicated in the
previous section should be correct for normal household
refrigerator usage. The controls are set correctly when
milk or juice is cold to your liking and ice cream is firm.
ITEMS
Storing Fresh Food Wrap or store food in the
refrigerator in airtight and
moisture-proof material unless
otherwise noted. This prevents
food odor and taste transfer
throughout the refrigerator. For
dated products, check date code
to ensure freshness.
The refrigerator control functions as the thermostat for
the entire appliance. The higher the number setting, the
longer the compressor will run to keep the temperature
colder. The freezer control adjusts the cold air flow from
the freezer to the refrigerator. Setting the freezer control
to a lower temperature keeps more cold air in the freezer
compartment to make it colder.
If you need to adjust the temperature in the refrigerator
or freezer, begin by adjusting the refrigerator first. Wait
24 hours after the refrigerator adjustment to check the
freezer temperature. If it is too warm or too cold, then
adjust the freezer control as well.
Use the settings listed in the table below as a guide.
CONDITION/REASON:
RECOMMENDED
ADJUSTMENT:
REFRIGERATOR section
is too warm
Opening the door often
Adding a large amount
of food
Room temperature is
very warm
Adjust the
REFRIGERATOR setting
to the next highest
number and wait 24
hours, then check.
FREEZER section is too
warm/ ice is made too
slowly
Opening the door often
Adding a large amount
of food
Room temperature is
very low (not cycling
often enough)
Using ice frequently
Air vents blocked by
objects
Adjust the FREEZER
setting to the next
highest number and wait
24 hours, then check.
REFRIGERATOR section
is too cold
Controls not set
correctly for your
conditions
Adjust the
REFRIGERATOR setting
to the next lowest
number and wait 24
hours, then check.
FREEZER section is too
cold
Controls not set
correctly for your
conditions
Adjust the FREEZER
setting to the next lowest
number and wait 24
hours, then check.
HOW TO STORE
Remove any objects
blocking air flow.
Butter or
margarine
Store opened butter in a covered
dish or in a closed compartment.
When storing a larger quantity,
wrap in freezer packing and
freeze.
Cheese
Store in original packaging until
you are ready to use it. Once
opened, tightly rewrap with
plastic wrap or aluminum foil.
Vegetables with
skins (carrots,
peppers)
Place in bags or plastic containers
inside the crisper.
Fruit
Wash and let dry; store in plastic
bags in the refrigerator. Do not
wash or pit berries until you
are ready to eat them. Berries
should be selected and kept in
their original packaging (if there
is any) or in a paper bag closed
halfway and set on a shelf.
Leafy Vegetables
Remove original packaging and
trim any dirty or discolored parts.
Wash in cold water and drain.
Place in a plastic bag or plastic
container and store in the crisper.
Fish
Consume fish or seafood the
same day purchased.
Chef Fresh
Store any meat in original airtight,
moisture-proof
packaging.
Rewrap if necessary.
Leftovers
Cover leftovers with plastic
wrap or aluminum foil. Plastic
containers with airtight lids can
also be used.
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USING YOUR REFRIGERATOR
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PANTRY DRAWER (on some models)
To remove the Pantry Drawer: Grasp the drawer handle
and pull it forward to the drawer stop. Lift up and pull
out.
REFRIGERATOR SHELVES
The glass shelves in your refrigerator are adjustable to
meet your individual storage needs.
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Adjusting the shelves to fit different heights of items will
make finding the exact item you want easier. Doing so
will also reduce the amount of time the refrigerator door
is open which will save energy.
IMPORTANT: Do not clean glass shelves with warm water
while they are cold. Shelves may break if exposed to
sudden temperature changes or impact.
NOTE: Glass shelves are heavy. Use special care when
removing them.
To replace the Pantry Drawer: Slide the drawer back all
the way past the drawer stop.
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USING YOUR REFRIGERATOR
ICE TRAY
Pour potable water to the indicated
level in the picture. Do not overfill
with water or ice cubes will be
difficult to remove.
For quick freezer, adjust the freezer
dial to 3.
Do not bend the ice tray, dping so
may result in damage to the tray.
To remove ice cubes easily, pour
water on the back of the tray soak
it in water before removing ice
cubes.
To remove the crisper cover:
1. Remove both crisper drawers.
2. Remove the crisper glass.
3. While holding the support and crisper cover, pull up
and out.
WARNING:
Fill with potable water only.
HUMIDITY CONTROLLED CRISPERS
The crispers provide fresher tasting fruit and vegetables
by letting you easily control humidity inside the drawer.
You can control the amount of humidity in the
moisture sealed crispers by adjusting the control to any
setting between VEGETABLES and FRUIT.
VEGETABLES keeps moist air in the crisper for
best storage of fresh, leafy vegetables.
FRUIT lets moist air out of the crisper for best storage
of fruit.
To remove and install the crisper drawers:
1. Pull the crisper drawer out to the drawer stop.
2. Lift the front of the crisper up, then pull it straight out.
3. To install, slightly tilt up the front, insert the drawer into
the frame and push it back into place, past the
drawer stop.
DOOR BINS
The door bins are removable
for easy cleaning and adjustment.
1. To remove the bin, simply
lift the bin up and pull
straight out.
2. To replace the bin, slide it in
above the desired support
and push down until it
snaps into place.
NOTE: Some bins may vary in appearance and will only
fit in one location.
DAIRY BIN
1. To remove the Dairy Bin, simply lift up and pull out.
2. To replace the Dairy Bin, slide it in above the desired
support slots and push down until it stops.
To remove the crisper glass:
1. Remove the crisper drawers (as described above).
2. Reach in under the glass and lift up.
3. Gently push the glass up and out.
Dairy Bin
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REFRIGERATOR CARE AND CLEANING
NOTE: Back Cover should only be
removed by a qualified technician.
WARNING
EXPLOSION HAZARD
In order to get an efficient
performance of your refrigerator,
clean the back cover of it at least
twice a year.
BACK
COVER
REPLACING REFRIGERATOR LIGHTS
Do not use flammable cleaners. Not following these
instructions can cause death, explosion or fire.
The refrigerator and freezer compartment lights are
LED interior lighting, and service should be performed
by a qualified technician.
The refrigerator, as well as the freezer, do their own
de-freezing. This process does not prevent the build
up of contaminants, therefore it is suggested that you
clean both parts once a month; clean spilled liquids
immediately.
POWER INTERRUPTIONS
1. In case of a black out, call your electric company and
ask how long it will last.
2. In case of a 24 hour or less black out, do not open the
refrigerator; this will keep the food fresh.
3. In case of a longer black out, do one of the following
options:
Pull out all of the frozen food and keep them in an ice
chest.
Put 2 lbs (907 g) of frozen ice (make sure you use
gloves) for each square foot (28 L) inside the freezer.
This task will preserve the food fro 2 to 4 days.
In case you do not possess neither ice chest or dry ice,
consume your food as soon as possible.
REFRIGERATOR CLEANING
Unplug your refrigerator.
Pull out all of the removable parts (such as the
vegetable and dairy doors).
Use a clean sponge (or a soft rag) and use it with
lukewarm water mixed with detergent. Do not use
abrasive or concentrated cleaners.
Hand wash it, and dry it thoroughly.
Plug the refrigerator back in.
OUTSIDE
Wax the outside in order to create better protection. Make
sure you use a product specifically design to be used
for electro-domestic products (car wax is acceptable).
Use a clean, soft rag, and perform this task twice a year.
For metal-made refrigerators, do not wax, simply clean
it with water and detergent. Do not use concentrated or
abrasive products.
REMEMBER: In a power failure, a full freezer stays cold
longer than a partially filled one. A freezer full of meat
stays cold longer than a freezer full of baked goods. If
you see that food contains ice crystals, it may be safely
refrozen, although the quality and flavor may be affected.
If the condition of the food is poor or if you feel it unsafe,
dispose of it.
NOTE: Avoid the usage of chemical products that
contain phosphates or bleach.
WHEN GOING ON VACATION
If you decide to leave your refrigerator on when going
away, consider these steps:
1. Consume all of the perishable items and freeze the
rest.
2. Empty the ice bin.
INSIDE (Allow freezer to slightly warm up a small
degree to prevent cloth from sticking)
In order to eliminate bad odors, clean the inside of
the refrigerator with a mixture of baking powder and
lukewarm water (one teaspoon of baking powder per cup
of water). Ensure that the powder dissolves thoroughly, in
order to prevent any sort of damage.
If you decide to leave your refrigerator off:
1. Remove all of the food.
2. Unplug your refrigerator.
3. Clean and dry it well.
4. Make sure the doors stay open (use blocks or tape) in
order to prevent bad odors and fungi from happening.
DOOR LINING AND GASKETS
Use only a mild detergent (such as dish soap).
PLASTIC PARTS (Covers and Panels)
Do not use abrasive, paper or rough products. These
could damage the product.
BACK COVER
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Before you begin, either unplug the refrigerator or turn
off power at the circuit breaker or fuse box.
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REFRIGERATOR CARE AND CLEANING
WHEN MOVING
5. Once the tones have stopped, the refrigerator will be
turned off briefly and then turned back on automatically. Resume your conversation with the specialist,
who will be able to assist you in using the information
transmitted for analysis.
If you decide to take your refrigerator with you when
moving, consider the following:
1. Remove all of the food from it, and place the frozen
food in an ice chest with dry ice.
2. Unplug your refrigerator.
3. Empty the water from its tray.
4. Clean and dry it with a rag.
5. Pull out all of the removable parts, and wrap them with
adhesive tape.
6. Depending on the model of the refrigerator, lift the top
part of the refrigerator so it can roll with ease, or screw
the levelers so it won´t scratch the floor. Consult to the
section “Closing and Aligning Doors”.
7. Keep the doors closed with the cable glued to the
refrigerator cabinet with an adhesive tape.
NOTE:
For best results, do not move the phone while the
tones are being transmitted.
If the call center agent is not able to get an accurate
recording of the data, you may be asked to try again.
DOOR ALARM
The Door Alarm function is designed to prevent refrigerator malfunctions that could occur if the refrigerator
door remains open. If the refrigerator door remains open
for longer than 1 minute, an alarm sounds at 30-second
intervals. The alarm will stop when both refrigerator
doors are closed properly.
When your refrigerator arrives to your home, put
everything back into place and read the section
“Refrigerator Installation” in order to obtain installation
preparation.
NOTE: This function cannot be deactivated.
SMART
DIAGNOSISTM
Should you experience any problems with your refrigerator, it has the capability of transmitting data via your
telephone to the Smart DiagnosisTM team. This gives you
the capability of speaking directly to our trained specialists. The specialist records the data transmitted from
the machine and uses it to analyze the issue, providing a
fast, effective diagnosis.
If you experience problems with your refrigerator, call to
the LG service center. Only use the Smart DiagnosisTM
feature when instructed to do so by the agent. The transmission sounds that you will hear are normal and sound
similar to a fax machine.
Smart DiagnosisTM cannot be activated unless the refrigerator is connected to power. If the refrigerator is
unable to turn on, then troubleshooting must be done
without using Smart DiagnosisTM.
Using Smart DiagnosisTM
1. Open the refrigerator door.
2. Press and hold the Temperature Adjust button until
you hear 4 beeps.
3. Once you hear four beeps, open the freezer door and
place the mouthpiece of your phone near the Smart
DiagnosisTM speaker located on the right hinge of the
door.
4. Keep the phone in place until the tone transmission
has finished.
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UNDERSTANDING SOUNDS YOU MAY HEAR
Your new refrigerator may make sounds that your old one did not make. Most of the new sounds are normal. Hard
surfaces, like the floor, walls and cabinets, can make the sounds seem louder than they actually are. The following
describes the kinds of sounds you may hear and what may be causing them.
Clicking:
The defrost control will click when the automatic defrost
cycle begins and ends. The thermostat control (or
refrigerator control, depending on the model) will also
click when cycling on and off.
Sizzling:
Water dripping on the defrost heater during a defrost
cycle.
Vibrating Noise:
If the side or back of the refrigerator is touching a
Rattling:
cabinet or wall, some of the normal vibrations may make
Rattling noises may come from the flow of refrigerant, the an audible sound. To eliminate the noise, make sure that
water line, or items stored on top of the refrigerator.
the sides and back cannot vibrate against any wall or
cabinet.
Whooshing:
Dripping:
Water running into the drain pan during the defrost cycle.
refrigerator and freezer compartments.
Pulsating or High-Pitched Sound:
Your refrigerator is designed to run more efficiently to
keep your food items at the desired temperature.
The high efficiency compressor may cause your
new refrigerator to run longer than your old one,
but is still more energy efficient than previous models.
While the refrigerator is running, it is normal to hear
a pulsating or high-pitched sound.
fan.
the refrigerator when the doors are open.
Gurgling:
As each cycle ends, you may hear a gurgling sound
caused by the refrigerant flowing through the cooling
system.
Popping:
Contraction and expansion of the inside walls.
Problem
Possible Causes
Solutions
The power supply cord is unplugged.
Firmly plug the cord into a live outlet with
proper voltage (see Electrical & Grounding
Requirements).
A household fuse has blown or a
circuit breaker has tripped.
Replace the fuse or reset the circuit
breaker. If the problem persists, contact
an electrician.
The refrigerator control is set to the
OFF position.
Refer to the Setting the Controls section.
Refrigerator is not The refrigerator is in the defrost cycle.
cooling.
The OFF light is illuminated.
COLD
COLDEST
TEMPERATURE
ADJUST
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Wait about 30 minutes for defrost cycle
to end.
The refrigerator is in DEMO mode. The
Demo Mode disables the cooling system
and only the lamps and display will work
normally.
To disable Demo Mode, press the
TEMPERATURE ADJUST button until you
set the desire temperature level. When
demo mode is deactivated, the OFF light will
turn off.
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Problem
Possible Causes
Solutions
The power supply cord is unplugged.
Firmly plug the cord into a live outlet
with proper voltage (refer to Electrical &
Grounding Requirements).
An LED light has malfunctioned.
Before proceeding to replace LED, unplug the
refrigerator or turn off power at the circuit
breaker or fuse box.
Lights do not
work
NOTE: The refrigerator and freezer
compartment lamps are LED interior lighting,
and service should only be performed by a
qualified technician.
Vibration or
rattling
noise.
The refrigerator is not resting solidly
on the floor.
Floor is weak or uneven or leveling legs need
adjusting. See the Installation section for
leveling instructions.
The refrigerator that was replaced was an
older model.
Modern refrigerators require more operating
time but use less energy due to more efficient
technology.
The room temperature is warmer
than normal.
The compressor will run longer under warm
conditions. At normal room temperatures
(70°F) expect your compressor to run about
40% to 80% of the time. Under warmer
conditions, expect it to run even more often.
The refrigerator should not be operated in
surrounding temperatures above 110°F.
The door is opened often or a large
amount of food has just been added.
Adding food and opening the door warms the
refrigerator, requiring the compressor to run
longer in order to cool the refrigerator back
down. In order to conserve energy, try to get
everything you need out of the refrigerator
at once, keep food organized so it is easy to
find, and close the door as soon as the food is
removed. (Refer to the Food Storage Guide.)
The refrigerator was recently plugged in
and the refrigerator control was set
correctly.
The refrigerator will take up to 24 hours to
cool completely
The refrigerator control is not set correctly
for the surrounding conditions.
See the Adjusting Control Settings section.
The doors are not closed completely.
Firmly push the doors shut. If they will not
shut all the way, see “Doors will not close
completely” in the Troubleshooting section.
The back cover is dirty.
This prevents air transfer and makes the motor
work harder. Clean the back cover. Refer to
the Care and Cleaning section.
Compressor
seems
to run too much.
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Problem
Doors will not
close completely.
Possible Causes
Solutions
The refrigerator is not level.
See the Leveling and Door Alignment section.
Food packages are blocking the
door open.
Rearrange food containers to clear door and
door shelves.
The ice bin, crisper cover, pans,
shelves, door bins or baskets are
out of position.
Push bins all the way in and put crisper cover,
pans, shelves and baskets into their correct
positions. See the Using Your Refrigerator
section for more information.
The gaskets are sticking.
Clean gaskets and the surfaces that they
touch. Rub a thin coat of appliance polish or
kitchen wax on the gaskets after cleaning.
The refrigerator wobbles or seems unstable. Level the refrigerator. Refer to the Leveling
and Door Alignment for more information.
Frost or ice
crystals on frozen
food.
Ice has bad taste
or odor.
There is water in
the defrost drain
pan.
The refrigerator
seems to make
too much noise.
Refrigerator or
Freezer section
is too cold.
The doors were removed during product
installation and not properly replaced.
Remove and replace the doors according to
the Removing and Replacing Refrigerator
Handles and Doors section, or call a qualified
technician.
The door is not closing properly.
See “Doors will not close completely” in the
Troubleshooting section.
The door is opened often.
When the door is opened, warm, humid air is
allowed in the freezer, resulting in frost.
The icemaker was recently installed.
Discard the first few batches of ice to avoid
discolored or bad tasting ice.
The ice has been stored for too long.
Throw away old ice and make a new supply.
The food has not been wrapped tightly in
either compartment.
Rewrap foods since odors may migrate to the
ice if food is not wrapped properly.
The water supply contains minerals such as A water filter may need to be installed to
sulfur.
eliminate taste and odor problems.
The interior of the refrigerator needs
cleaning.
See Care and Cleaning section for more
information.
The ice storage bin needs cleaning.
Empty and wash bin. Discard old cubes.
The refrigerator is defrosting.
The water will evaporate. It is normal for
water to drip into the defrost pan.
It is more humid than normal.
Expect that the water in the defrost pan will
take longer to evaporate. This is normal when
it is hot or humid.
The sounds may be normal for your
refrigerator.
Refer to the Understanding Sounds You
May Hear section for more information.
Controls are not set correctly for
conditions.
If the temperature is too cold, raise the
temperature setting one increment at a time
(refer to the Setting the Controls section).
When changing control settings, wait 24
hours before making additional adjustments.
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Problem
Possible Causes
Solutions
The air vents are blocked. Cold air circulates
from the freezer to the fresh food section
and back again through air vents in the wall
dividing the two sections.
Locate air vents by using your hand to sense
airflow and move all packages that block
vents and restrict airflow. (See air flow
diagram below.)
The doors are opened often.
Opening the door warms the refrigerator,
requiring the compressor to run longer in
order to cool the refrigerator back down. In
order to conserve energy, try to get everything
you need out of the refrigerator at once, keep
food organized so it is easy to find, and close
the door as soon as the food is removed.
Temperature
is too warm or
there is interior
moisture buildup. The control is not set correctly for the
surrounding conditions.
If the temperature is too warm, change the
setting one increment at a time. Refer to the
Setting the Controls section. Wait 24 hours
for temperatures to stabilize or even out.
A large amount of food has just been
added to the refrigerator or freezer.
Adding food warms the refrigerator. It can
take a few hours for the refrigerator to return
to normal temperature.
The food is not packaged correctly.
Wrap food tightly and wipe off damp
containers prior to storing in the refrigerator
to avoid moisture accumulation. If necessary,
repackage food according to the guidelines in
the Food Storage Guide section.
The doors are not closing completely.
See “Doors will not close completely” in the
Troubleshooting section.
The weather is humid.
In humid weather, air carries moisture
into the refrigerator when the doors are
opened. Increased humidity in the freezer or
refrigerator compartments can lead to frost or
condensation.
An automatic defrost cycle was completed. It is normal for droplets to form on the interior
back wall after the refrigerator automatically
defrosts.
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Problem
Possible Causes
The doors are
difficult to open.
Frozen food
in refrigerator
compartment.
Solutions
The gaskets are dirty or sticky.
Clean the gaskets and the surfaces that they
touch. Rub a thin coat of appliance polish or
kitchen wax on the gaskets after cleaning.
The door is reopened within a short time
after having been opened.
When you open the door, warmer air enters
the refrigerator. As the warm air cools, it can
create a vacuum. If the door is hard to open,
wait one minute to allow the air pressure to
equalize, then see if it opens more easily.
The temperature control in the refrigerator
compartment is set too cold.
Press the Temperature Adjust button to set
the refrigerator compartment to a warmer
temperature.
Refrigerator is installed in a cold location.
When room temperature is below 41°F (5°C),
food can freeze. The refrigerator should not
be operated in temperatures below 55°F
(13°C).
Food with a high water content was placed
too close to the cold air discharge vent.
Place food with a high water content toward
the front of the refrigerator.
SPECIFICATIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
Model number
LT2302BBVI
LT2302BBWI
Climate class
Tropical (T)
Rated voltage
230 V
Rated frequency
50 / 60 Hz
Rated input
100 W
Electric power consumption
?? kWh / 24 hr
Percentage running time
?? %
Quantity of ice produced per 24 hours run
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Refrigerant
R134a
Net weight
102 kg
Rated storage volume
??? L
Manufacturer (and/or trade mark)
LG Electronics Inc.
Country of origin
Made in Mexico
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