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S86090XVX0
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REFRIGERATOR
USER MANUAL
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CONTENTS
5 BE SURE TO KEEP FOR SAFETY!
8 INSTALLATION GUIDE
9 CONTROL PANEL
10 TEMPERATURE CONTROL
11 HOW TO CHANGE THE INTERIOR
LIGHT BULB
12 HOW TO USE THE INTERIOR PARTS
14 MAGIC COOL ZONE (OPTION)
14 HOW TO USE THE DISPENSER
15 HOW TO USE THE AUTOMATIC
ICEMAKER
16 CARE & CLEANING
19 BEFORE YOU CALL FOR SERVICE...
20 SOMETHING STRANGE? DON’T
WORRY. HERE IS THE ANSWER
21 INSTALLATION PREPARATION
24 IF THE REFRIGERATOR CANNOT
PASS THROUGH A DOOR DURING
INSTALLATION, FOLLOW THESE
STEPS
25 REFRIGERATOR LEVELLING &
DOOR ADJUSTMENT (IF NEEDED)
SERVICE
When contacting Service, ensure that
you have the following data available.
The information can be found on the
rating plate.
Model______________________________
PNC_ ______________________________
Serial Number_ _____________________
The following symbols are used in this
user manual:
Warning – Important Safety information.
General information and tips
Environmental information
Subject to change without notice
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DISPOSAL OF USED ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC
EQUIPMENT
The meaning of the symbol on the
product, its accessory or packaging
indicates that this product shall not be
treated as household waste. Please,
dispose of this equipment at your
applicable collection point for the
recycling of electrical & electronic
equipments waste.
In the European Union and Other
European countries there are
separate collection systems for used
electrical and electronic product.
By ensuring the correct disposal of
this product, you will help prevent
potentially hazardous conditions for
the environment and to human health,
which could otherwise be caused
by unsuitable waste handling of this
product. The recycling of materials will
help conserve natural resources.
Please do not therefore dispose of
your old electrical and electronic
equipment with your household waste.
For more detailed information about
recycling of this product, please
contact your local city office, your
household waste disposal service or
the shop where you purchased the
product.
SAFETY WARNING (R-600A MODELS ONLY)
This appliance contains a certain
amount of isobutane refrigerant
(R600a) a natural gas with high
environmental compatibility that
is, however, also combustible.
When transporting and installing
the appliance, care should be
taken to ensure that no parts
of the refrigerating circuit are
damaged.
Refrigerant squirting out of the pipes
could ignite or cause an eye injury. If
a leak is detected, avoid any naked
flames or potential sources of ignition
and air the room in which appliance is
standing for several minutes.
• In order to avoid the creation of a
flammable gas-air mixture if a leak
in the refrigerating circuit occurs,
the size of the room in which the
appliance may be sited depends on
the amount of refrigerant used. The
room must be 1m³ in size for every
8g of R600a refrigerant inside the
appliance. The amount of refrigerant
is shown on the identification plate
inside the appliance.
• Never start up an appliance showing
any signs of damage. lf in doubt,
consult your dealer.
ROHS (DIRECTIVE 2002/95/EC) COMPLIANT
• This environment-friendly product
does not contain the EU RoHS
restricted substances (Pb, Hg, Cd,
Cr6+, PBB, and PBDE).
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BE SURE TO KEEP FOR SAFETY!
Read these safety instructions
thoroughly and carefully before
using. Please keep this user guide
to hand for future reference.
Warning! Indicates the possibility
of danger of death or serious
injury.
Caution! Indicates the possibility
of risk of personal injury or
material damage.
Other Signs
DO NOT remove or
disassemble!
NO., DO NOT...
Be sure to unplug from
receptacle (outlet/mains)!
Be sure to keep and follow!
CAUTION!
If the supply cord is damaged,
it must be replaced by the
manufacturer or its service agent
or a similarly qualified person in
order to avoid a hazard.
The appliance must be positioned so
that the plug is accessible.
Warning
Never let the power cord be
crushed by the refrigerator
itself or other (heavy) objects.
Never bend power cord
excessively.
If the cord is damaged or
peeled, it can be a cause of fire
and electric shock.
Do not plug several
appliances into the same wall
outlet (receptacle).
It can be a cause of overheating
and/or fire. Use an exclusive
grounding receptacle for the
refrigerator.
Never hold the power cord or
plug with wet hands.
There is a risk of electric shock.
Never use a damaged power
cord or plug, or loose main
socket.
There is a risk of fire, electric
shock or serious injury.
Be sure to ground. Check if
your wall outlet is grounded
(earthed).
There is a risk of electric shock
hazards.
Never unplug by pulling only
the power cord wire. Always
grip the plug firmly.
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Warning
Let the cord from the
plug outlet be directed
Downwards.
If it is directed up, the cord near
the plug is bent and can be
damaged, which can cause an
electric shock or fire.
Do not install the refrigerator
on a wet floor or in a place
with much humidity moisture.
Electric insulation gets
weakened, resulting in a risk of
electric shock hazards.
Never let the power cord
touch or pass over heating
appliances.
Power cord can be damaged,
resulting in a risk of electric
shock hazards.
Check if plug is loose from
the wall outlet.
Electric insulation gets
weakened, resulting in a risk of
electric shock hazards.
Never pour or spray water
into the refrigerator (both
interior and exterior).
Electric insulation gets
weakened, resulting in a risk of
electric shock hazards.
Do not place containers with
water or liquid on top of
refrigerator.
Water can be poured into the
refrigerator and can cause
electric shock hazards or
damage.
Do not let children hang on
the refrigerator doors.
Refrigerator can fall and do
harm to them.
Do not move or remove
compartment shelves/pockets
while foods and containers
are on them.
Hard container (of glass, metal
etc.) can fall to hurt you and can
break shelf glass and interior
parts.
Never repair or disassemble
or amend the refrigerator on
your own.
There is a risk of personal injury
or damage to the refrigerator.
It is recommended that any
service be carried out by a
qualified person.
Never store any flammable
gas or liquid in the
refrigerator.
Never use flammable
gas, benzene, thinner,
gasoline, spray etc. near the
refrigerator.
There is a risk of fire, explosion
and personal injury or damage.
If a gas leak is found near the
refrigerator or in the kitchen,
ventilate it immediately
without touching power plug
or refrigerator.
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Warning
Do not store medicine,
academic research samples
which require strict
temperature control in the
refrigerator.
Never insert fingers or
hands into the bottom of
refrigerator, especially into
the bottom back.
You can be hurt by sharp metal
edges or can receive an electric
shock.
Do not change fuse or light
bulb on your own. Call the
service agent to change them.
When you find the power
cord damaged or cut, call the
service agent immediately.
When you get rid of your
old refrigerator, be sure to
remove the door packings
first.
Children can be entrapped and
suffocated in an abandoned
refrigerator. Leaving it for
“just a few days” can be very
dangerous!
Caution
Be sure to unplug when the
refrigerator is not used for a
long time.
Never touch foods and
containers especially of metal
with wet hands in the freezer
compartment.
You can be hurt by chilblains or
cold burn.
Never eat any decayed or
deteriorated food at all.
Foods stored too long in the
refrigerator can be decayed or
deteriorated.
Never place bottles and
containers of glass in the
freezer compartment.
Glass containers and bottles
can be broken so can hurt you.
When moving the refrigerator
(horizontally or tilted), more
than 2 persons are required
to hold it.
(One to hold top back
handles, the other, bottom
holder.)
If other parts gripped, it is
very dangerous and likely to
slip.
Be sure to turn up the wheel
first before moving the
refrigerator.
The wheels can damage or
scratch the floor. If you move it
a long distance, never forget to
fasten the interior parts tightly
with tapes.
The parts can collide and break
each other.
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INSTALLATION GUIDE
Read these safety instructions
carefully before use and follow
precautions for your safety.
PRECAUTIONS IN
INSTALLATION AND POWER
CONNECTION
To prevent fire, electric shock or
leakage:
1. Never install the refrigerator on a
wet, watery floor or where water
can easily gather.
2. Check the following before power
connection.
–– Connect power plug only to a
grounded wall receptacle (an
earthed mains).
–– Do not plug refrigerator power
together with other appliances
to the same receptacle (socket).
3. Do not use an adapter plug or an
extension cord.
4. Do not let power cord be crushed
down by other (heavy) objects.
–– If you hear a strange noise or
smell a strong chemical odour
or find smog etc. from the
refrigerator after power plugin,
pull out the plug immediately
and call the service agent or
AEG customer service Dept.
–– Wait about 5 minutes before
you plugin again in order to
prevent any damage to the
compressor and electrical
devices of refrigerator.
–– Wait 2~3 hours until the inside
gets cold enough after the first
power plugin, then store foods
inside. (There can be some
peculiar smell of plastic parts at
initial operation of refrigerator
after plugin. The smell fades
away as the refrigerator works
and doors are opened and
closed.)
PRECAUTIONS IN USE
To prevent personal injury, fire,
electric shock etc. read this user guide
carefully before use and keep it at
hand for any reference.
Accessories
Filter Box
Egg case
Filter Box
Water supply Kit
Water supply Kit
Filter Box
ater supply Kit
Water supply Kit
User guide
User guide
User guide
User guide
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CONTROL PANEL
After 6 month of first power
input, “CHANGE FILTER” icon
is ON.
When the time comes to change
the filter or reset:
1. Push the button.
2. Push the
button for
3 seconds. Then “CHANGE
FILTER” icon is OFF.
Children may push any button
on the panel for fun, resulting
in disorder of temperature and
function of refrigerator.
• Press this button to lock out
this possibility and to keep
temperature and function
setting.
• Push Lock button again for
more than 3 seconds to stop
it.
For your convenience you can select
WATER, CRUSHED ICE, CUBED ICE and
ICE MAKER LOCK.
The icon lights up to indicate your
selection is ON.
To obtain the water or ice, push the
pad smoothly with your cup and your
selection will come out 1~2 seconds
later.
• Try to avoid placing the rim of
your glass near the bottom of pad,
otherwise Water or Ice cubes may
spill or splash.
• You will hear a snap sound 2
seconds after the ice cubes come
out. This is from the shut off ice-out
valve.
• Wait 2~3 seconds after pushing the
pad to get all the available water or
ice cubes.
When cleaning the ice cubes case
assembly or when you do not use
for a long period of time, remove
the ice cubes in the ice storage
case and press the button to stop
making ice cubes.
Note! Interior lights of
refrigerator turn off when the
doors are open for more than
10 minutes.
• In case either freezer or refrigerator
door is open for more than a minute,
door alarm rings for 5 minutes with
1 minute interval.
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TEMPERATURE CONTROL
When this refrigerator is first
plugged in, the temperature
mode is set to [Middle].
FREEZER COMPARTMENT
Push the button and the setting
temperature changes as the figure
shows.
REFRIGERATOR
COMPARTMENT
Push the button and the setting
temperature changes as the figure
shows.
• Sequential Temperature Change
• Sequential Temperature Change
FASTER COOLING OR
REFRIGERATION
FASTER FREEZING...
When you want faster freezing, push
the
button. Just push the button
once again when you want to stop the
mode.
When you want faster refrigeration,
push the
button. Just push the
button once again when you want to
stop the mode.
Caution! Foods in the
refrigerator can be frozen if the
ambient temperature of the
refrigerator is below 5 °C.
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HOW TO CHANGE THE INTERIOR LIGHT BULB
The lamp shall be replaced only
by a service agent or similarly
qualified person.
CHANGE OF REFRIGERATOR
LIGHTS
Refrigerator Top Lights
CHANGE OF FREEZER
LIGHTS
1. Remove the screws retaining the
light cover.
1. Remove the 2 screws retaining the
light cover.
2. Hold the bottom of cover and pull
forward to remove.
2. Hold the bottom of the light cover
and pull forward to remove.
3. Change the light bulb.
–– Follow the reverse order of
disassembing after changing
the light.
3. Change the light bulbs.
–– Follow the reverse order of
disassembing when assembling
back.
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HOW TO USE THE INTERIOR PARTS
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4
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Full-option models illustrated. Features are model-dependent.
Caution!
• Do not touch or hold with wet
hands foods (foods container)
in the freezer compartment. There is a risk of chilblains
(cold burn).
• Do not store medicine,
academic research samples
etc. in the refrigerator.
• Do not store vegetables in the
chilled room, for they can be
frozen.
Note! Egg case can be placed
on a refrigerator shelf as you like.
1. Freezer Pocket
For storing frozen foods (Do not store ice cream or long
stored foods on the top freezer
pocket.)
2. Freezer Shelf (tempered glass)
For storing frozen foods such as
meat, fish, ice-cream...
3. Drying Case of Freezer
For storing dried foods for so long
(dried squid, dried anchovy etc.)
4. Meat case of Freezer
For storing meat, fish, chicken with
foil cover or vinyl wrap
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5. Refrigerator Shelf
(tempered glass)
For storing common foods
9. Refrigerator Pocket
For storing refrigerating foods,
milk, juice, beer bottle etc.
6. Vegetable Case
10.Wine Keeper (Option)
7. Fruit Case
For storing fruits
11.Magic Cool Zone (Option)
Refer to page 10.
8. Dairy Pocket
For storing dairy
products such as
butter and cheese
12.Refreshment Pocket (Refreshment
Pocket Models Only)
For frequently used cans, drink
water, beverages
Food Storage Tips
Wash foods before storing.
Be careful in storing such
tropical fruit as bananas,
pineapples, tomatoes, for they
can easily deteriorate in lower
temperature.
Divide and separate foods into
smaller pieces.
Keep enough space between
the foods as possible. If too
tight or too close, cold air
circulation is hindered, resulting
in poor refrigeration.
Place watery foods or foods
with much moisture in front of
shelves (close to door side).
If they are placed close to the
cold air spout, they can be
frozen.
Never forget to cover or wrap
foods to prevent odour of
foods.
Warm or hot foods should be
cooled down enough before
storing to reduce power
consumption and to enhance
refrigeration performance.
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MAGIC COOL ZONE (OPTION)
MAGIC COOL ZONE
CONTROL GRAPHIC AND
CONTROL FUNCTION
When you plug in first, “OFF” LED is
ON.
You can choose “OFF” Æ
“VEGETABLE” Æ “FISH” Æ “MEAT”
by pushing the “SELECT” button.
Step
Display
OFF
-
VEGETABLE
3º
FISH
-1º
MEAT
-3º
The LEDs and temperatures indicate
what you have selected.
• Displayed temperature means a
target setting value, so it may differ
from the actual room temperature.
HOW TO USE THE DISPENSER
When you get [CUBED ICE] or
[CRUSHED ICE], remove the cup
from the pad when it is half full.
(If you don’t, the remaining ICES
will make the cup overflow or
the dispenser outlet will become
blocked.)
Select WATER / CRUSHED ICE /
CUBED ICE and press the cup on the
PUSH pad for your convenience.
Press the
button to select
WATER and ICON lights up
to show it is on.
Caution!
Press the
button to select
CRUSHED ICE and ICON
turns on.
Press the
button to select
CUBED ICE and ICON turns
on.
WATER
CRUSHED
ICE
CUBED
ICE
• Avoid using thin fragile cups
or crystal glasses when taking
(crushed) ice cubes.
• For your safety, never insert
your fingers or other tools into
the dispenser outlet.
• If you find the (crushed/cubed)
ices discolored, stop using the
dispenser and call the service
agent.
• 1 hour after you get [CUBED
ICE] or [CRUSHED ICE], the
selection mode returns to
[WATER] automatically.
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HOW TO USE THE AUTOMATIC ICEMAKER
• About 10 ice cubes (7~8 times a
day) are made at one time. If the ice
storage case is full, icemaking stops.
• It is normal for the icemaker to make
banging sounds when the ice cubes
are falling into the ice storage case.
• To prevent a bad odour or smells,
regularly clean the Ice cubes
Storage Case.
• If the amount of ice in the storage
case is not sufficient, the ice may not
be dispensed. Wait a day or so to
make more ice.
• If the ice does not dispense easily,
ensure the dispenser outlet is not
blocked.
IN CASE THE ICEMAKER
DOESN’T WORK
1. If the ice cubes get stuck and not
dispensed
–– Pull out the ice storage case
and separate any ice cubes that
may have stuck together.
–– If the amount of water which is
supplied to the icemaker needs
adjusting. Call for the service
agent.
2. In case of power failure
–– The ice cubes in the case may
melt to flow down to the freezer
room. If long hours of power
failure is predicted, pull out the
case, remove the ice cubes in it
and replace it back.
Note! Use only the ices out of
this refrigerator.
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CARE AND CLEANING
Be sure to unplug first!
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2
3
4
5
Full-option models illustrated.
1
Dairy Pocket
• Dairy Pocket Cover; Open the
cover a little, hold both ends
and push left to remove.
• Dairy Pocket; Hold both ends
and pull upward to remove.
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2
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Ice cubes storage Case
• Removing; Pull up the case
assembly forward to remove.
• Replacing; Fit to the side
grooves and insert to the end.
If it is difficult to fully insert
the case, remove it, rotate the
swirl coil in the case or drive
mechanism a quarter turn and
insert again.
Do not store the ice cubes too
long.
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Vegetable Case & Fruit
Case
• Pull forward and lift up a little
to remove.
Dispenser Water Shelf
2
1
3
Freezer & Refrigerator
Shelves
• Open the doors fully, then pull
the shelves forward to remove.
• Remove the spill grill and clean the
water shelf regularly. (The spill shelf is not self-draining.)
Note! Never use any other
electrical appliances together in
the inside of the refrigerator for
fear of electric shock or fire.
Caution! For your safety, press
the (ICE MAKER LOCK) once,
when cleaning (removing &
replacing) the ice cubes storage
assembly.
• Be careful not to hurt your hands
and fingers when cleaning the
assembly.
4
Freezer & Refrigerator
Pockets
• Hold both ends and pull up.
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HOW TO CLEAN
Back (Machine Room)
Interior Parts
• Remove dust on grill with a vacuum
cleaner at least once a year.
• Use cloth with water and mild
(neutral) detergent to clean.
Caution! Never use gasoline
(petrol), benzene (benzol),
thinners etc., for they can
damage the surfaces.
Door Packing
• Use cloth with mild (neutral)
detergent.
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BEFORE YOU CALL FOR SERVICE...
Please checkup the following
troubleshooting tips before you
call for service!
Problem
Checkup Point
Action
It never gets cold
inside. Freezing &
refrigerating is not
so good.
• Is the refrigerator
unplugged?
• Is the temperature set
to [Low Mode]?
• Is the refrigerator under
direct sunlight or is any
heat appliance placed
near it?
• Is the space between
refrigerator back and
the wall too close?
• Plug in the refrigerator.
• Set the temperature mode
to Middle or High.
• Move to a place where
there is no direct sunlight,
no heat appliances around.
• Keep sufficient space
(more than 10 cm) between
refrigerator back and the
wall.
Foods in the
refrigerator get
frozen.
• Is temperature set to
[Strong]?
• Is surrounding
temperature too low?
• Is the food with much
moisture stored close
to the cold air spout?
• Set the temperature to
[Middle] or [Low].
• Foods can be frozen if
ambient temperature
is below 5 °C. Move
to a place where the
temperature is over 5 °C.
• Place foods with moisture
on the shelves close to the
doors.
Strange sound from
the refrigerator.
• Is floor beneath the
refrigerator uneven?
• Is the space between
refrigerator back and
the wall too close?
• Do any objects or
other stuff touch the
refrigerator?
• Move the refrigerator to a
level and even floor.
• Keep sufficient space.
• Remove any object
away which touches the
refrigerator.
Odour or disgusting
smell from the
inside.
• Is the food stored
uncovered or
unwrapped?
• Are the shelves and
pockets stained with
food stuff?
• Is the food stored too
long?
• Be sure to cover and wrap
the foods.
• Clean them regularly. Once
smell gets soaked to those
parts, it is not easy to
remove.
• Do not store foods for so
long.
• A refrigerator is neither a
perfect nor a permanent
foods keeper.
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SOMETHING STRANGE? DON’T WORRY.
HERE IS THE ANSWER
Case
Explanation
Heat
Front and side
of refrigerator
feels warm or
hot.
• Pipes (refrigerant vessel) are placed
beneath the surface to prevent moisture
forming on it.
Door is sticky
Doors do not
open easily.
• When you close the door and then open
again immediately, the door is not easy to
open. Warm air rushes into the inside to
make the pressure difference. In this case
wait for a minute, then it will open easily.
Strange
Sound
It sounds
like water
is flowing
from the
refrigerator.
• When the compressor starts to run or stops,
refrigerant which makes the inside cold
flowing in the pipes can make such a sound.
• Defrosted water can also make such
a sound. (This refrigerator adopts an
automatic defrosting system.)
Something
cracking or
click sound.
• Inside parts shrink and/or expand due to
temperature change – When the inside gets
cold or when the door is open – such sound
can be made.
Humming or
buzz sound.
• Compressor or fans for cold air circulation
can make such working sound. (If the
refrigerator is not level, the sound can be
louder.)
Frost & Dew
Dew or frost on
the wall and/or
food container
surface in the
freezer and
refrigerator
compartment.
Frost and/or dew can be made in the
following cases:
• High temperature and/or high humidity
around the refrigerator.
• When doors are open too long.
• Foods with much moisture are stored
uncovered or unwrapped.
– You can see the same appearance when
cold water is poured in a glass cup and
dew is forming on the surface of it.
Dew on the
interior lights
cover.
• The light bulb radiates heat while it is on,
so when doors are open too long, dew can
form on the light cover due to temperature
difference.
Dew on
the cabinet
surface.
• In case it is highly humid around the
refrigerator, moisture in the air sticks to the
surface to form the dew.
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INSTALLATION PREPARATION
CHECK IF THE
REFRIGERATOR CAN PASS
A DOORWAY OR ENTER A
DOOR FIRST
Dimensions
(including Door Handles)
FIND A SUITABLE PLACE TO
INSTALL
More than 5cm
Avoid direct sunlight.
n5
cm
Sufficient space from refrigerator back
to the wall for free air ventilation
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(Width*Depth*Height) 903 mm x 721.5 mm x 1790 mm
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Note! Once the installation place
is ready follow the installation
instructions.
If surrounding temperature of
refrigerator is low (below 5 °C),
foods can be frozen or the
refrigerator can work in abnormal
way.
REPLACING FREEZER DOOR
1. Insert the water tube into the
hole of the bottom hinge pin first
(Dispenser Models Only). Insert
the bottom of freezer door into
the bottom hinge pin.
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2
1
2
2. Insert the bottom hole of freezer
door straight to the bottom hinge
pin.
2
1
2
1 Spacer Kits
2 Screw
1
Notice!
Place the enclosed spacers in
the designed holder on the
back of the appliance and screw
them. This ensures that there is a
minimum distance between the
appliance and the wall
3. Let the top of door close to the
cabinet and insert the top hinge
pin to the top hole of freezer
door. (Insert the back of hinge to
the groove of protrusion first, then
front to the top hole of door.)
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4. Turn the hinge fastener tightly to
the end. Connect harness wirings
and screw ground wire.
2. Let the top of door close to
the cabinet and insert the top
hinge pin to the top hole of
freezer door. (Insert the back
of hinge to the groove of
protrusion first, then front to
the top hole of door.)
5. Insert the water tube far into the
coupling. (Dispenser Models
Only)
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1
REPLACING REFRIGERATOR
DOOR
1. Insert the bottom hole of
refrigerator door straight to the
bottom hinge pin.
3. Turn the hinge fastener tightly
to the end. Connect harness
wirings and screw ground
wire.
Click and screw the top hinge
cover.
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IF THE REFRIGERATOR CANNOT PASS THROUGH A
DOOR DURING INSTALLATION, FOLLOW THESE STEPS
REMOVING FREEZER DOOR
Remove front bottom cover first, if it is
attached.
5. Be careful not to damage the
water line when removing the
door.
1. Remove the bottom cover first. Pull
out the left collar of the coupling
first, then hold the coupling
and pull out the left water tube.
(Dispenser Models Only)
2. Unscrew top hinge cover with a
screwdriver.
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REMOVING REFRIGERATOR
DOOR
1. Unscrew top hinge cover with a
screwdriver.
Insert a thin screwdriver into
the side groove of the cover to
remove.
3. Turn top hinge fastener
counterclockwise 3~4 times.
Disconnect the harness wires.
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2. Turn top hinge fastener
counterclockwise 3~4 times.
Disconnect harness wires.
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4. Lift up the front of hinge to
remove. (After the hinge is
removed the door can fall down
forward. Be careful!)
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3. Lift up the front of hinge to
remove. (After the hinge is
removed the door can fall down
forward. Be careful!)
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4. Lift the door straight up to
remove.
REFRIGERATOR LEVELLING & DOOR ADJUSTMENT
(IF NEEDED)
Refrigerator must be level
in order to maintain optimal
performance and desirable front
appearance. (If the floor beneath
the refrigerator is uneven, freezer
and refrigerator doors look
unbalanced.)
IN CASE FREEZER DOOR IS
LOWER THAN REFRIGERATOR
DOOR...
IN CASE REFRIGERATOR
DOOR IS LOWER THAN
FREEZER DOOR...
Insert a screwdriver (flat tip)
into a groove of the right wheel
(bottom of refrigerator) and turn it
clockwise until the door is balanced.
(Clockwise to raise refrigerator door;
counterclockwise to lower).
Insert a screwdriver (flat tip) into a
groove of the left wheel (bottom of
freezer) and turn it clockwise until the
door is balanced. (Clockwise to raise
freezer door; counterclockwise to
lower).
FRONT COVER
After installation and/or door levelling,
fasten front cover with screws. (Remove the screws on the front
bottom panel first. Click and screw the
cover.)
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Caution! The front of refrigerator
needs to be higher just a little
than the back for easy door
closing, but if the wheel is raised
too much for door balance, i.e.
front of refrigerator is higher than
the back, it can be difficult to
open the door.
HOW TO INSTALL WATER
LINE (DISPENSER MODELS
ONLY)
1. The water pressure should be
2.0~12.5 kgf/cm2 or more to run
the automatic icemaker.
–– Check your tap water pressure;
if a cup of 180 cc is full within
10 seconds, the pressure is OK.
2. When installing the water tubes,
ensure they are not close to any
hot surfaces.
3. The water filter only “filters” water;
it does not eliminate any bacteria
or microbes.
4. If the water pressure is not high
enough to run the icemaker,
call the local plumber to get an
additional water pressure pump.
5. The filter life depends on the
amount of use. We recommend
you replace the filter at least once
every 6 months.
–– When attaching the filter, place
it for easy access (removing &
replacing).
6. After installation of refrigerator
and water line system, select
[WATER] on your control panel and
press it for 2~3 minutes to supply
water into the water tank and
dispense water.
7. Use sealing tape to every
connection of pipes/tubes to
ensure there is no water leak.
8. The water tube should be
connected to the cold water line.
WATER SUPPLY KIT
Check the parts below for installing
water supply. Some other necessary
parts are available at your local service
agents.
Holder
(3012020700)
Connector
(3014454520)
Screw x 4 ea
(7112401211)
Fastener A x 3ea
(3011202000)
Filter Box Water Tube A/B
(3019974100) (A:3019503200
B:3019503300)
INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
(DISPENSER MODELS ONLY)
1. Join Connector to the tap water
line
Tap
Connector A
Water Tube
Connector B
Rubber Packing
Place the rubber washer inside
the tap connector and screw onto
the water tap.
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2. Get ready to install the Water Filter
–– Measure an approximate
distance between the filter and
the Water Tube and cut the
tube off filter vertically.
–– Connect the tubes to the filter
as the figure shows.
Tap Side
Water Tube
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4. Attach the Filter Box
–– Screw and fasten the filter
holder to the left/right side of
the back of refrigerator.
–– In case the holder is not
fastened well, remove the back
paper of the tape on the filter
holder and attach it.
–– Insert the filter box into the
holder.
Filter Box
Right Angle
Ref Side
Leave a sufficient distance when
cutting the tubes.
3. Remove any substances in the filter
–– Open the main tap water valve
and check if water comes out of
the Water Tube.
–– Check if the Water Valve is open
in case water does not come
out.
–– Leave the valve open until clean
water is coming out.
–– Initial water may contain
some substances out of filter
(manufacturing process).
Tap
Water Tube
Ref Side
Water Tube
Connector
5. Connect the Water Tube to the
refrigerator
–– Remove the rear cover at the
bottom back of the refrigerator.
–– Insert the fastening ring into
the Water Tube. (Be careful to
follow the direction of the nut.)
–– Insert the Water Tube into the
top of the Water Valve, turn the
nut clockwise to fasten it. (The
Water Valve is to the right of
the motors.)
–– Check for any bent tubes or
water leaks; if so, re-check
installation procedure.
–– Replace the rear cover. (The
Water Tube should be placed
between the groove of the
refrigerator back and motor
cover.)
Water Tube
Water
Water Tube
Nut
Water Valve
Set the tube upright as the figure
shows.
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6. Fasten the Water Tube
–– Fasten the Water Tube with the
[Fastener A].
–– Check if the tube is bent or
sqeezed. If so, set it right to
prevent any water leak.
Fastener A
Water Tube
7. After installation of Water Supply
System
–– Plug in the refrigerator, press
the [WATER] button on the
control panel for 2~3 minutes
to remove any air (bubble) in
the pipes and drain out the
initial water.
–– Check for the water leaks
again through the water supply
system (tubes, connectors and
pipes). Rearrange the tubes
again and do not move the
refrigerator.
Connector
Water Tube
Tap
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