MicroFridge 21157 Instruction Manual

MicroFridge 21157 Instruction Manual
When you start this refrigerator from the Microwave Oven Power Supply: Do NOT plug in while the Microwave
Oven is working. WAIT at least three (3) minutes after using the Microwave Oven before plugging in the
refrigerator because the electricity will be cut off during this period.
UNLESS THE ABOVE GROUNDING METHOD IS FOLLOWED, YOU ARE NOT PROTECTED AGAINST
SEVERE OR LETHAL SHOCK IN THE EVENT OF A SHORT CIRCUIT OF AN ELECTRICAL COMPONENT
OR WIRING OF THE REFRIGERATOR.
Use a 3-prong plug with the 3-prong grounded outlet on the Microwave Oven. (This is the only method that
complies with the National Electric Code, local codes and ordinances.)
If your oven does not operate properly, unplug it from the 120 volt household outlet and then plug
it back in. This unit is not designed for 50 Hz or any circuit other than 120 volt/ 60Hz AC current.
The MicroFridge® with Safe Plug® brand refrigerator and charging outlets will not operate when
the microwave oven is on. This is part of the patent-pending MicroFridge® with Safe Plug®
technology that prevents wiring overload.
NOTE:
Do not operate your refrigerator near flammable materials such as gasoline. Do not use for storage of
flammable materials. Your refrigerator must be grounded. Use a 120 volt, 60 Hz outlet. If you are using
this refrigerator as part of a MicroFridge® with Safe Plug® combination appliance, you must use the
120 V/60 Hz outlet located on the back of the Microwave Oven in order to take advantage of patentpending Safe Plug® technology to limit electrical draw. Do not use an extension cord.
The MicroFridge® with Safe Plug® combination appliance will now operate within
eleven (11) to fifteen (15) amps of current draw.
CAUTION:
5.6MFR
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7. Plug the AC cord from the microwave oven
into an appropriate, grounded outlet.
6. Plug the refrigerator/freezer AC cord into
the outlet on the back of the microwave oven.
5. Place the microwave oven on top of
the refrigerator/freezer and inside the
two upright sides of the bracket. Line
up the two (2) holes on each side of
the microwave oven with those on
the bracket, and attach the microwave oven
using the screws from Step 1.
4. Using the screws from Step 1, attach
the bracket to the top of the
refrigerator/freezer using the six (6)
holes located near the two upright
sides of the bracket. Three (3) holes
on each side. There are no preset
holes in the top of the refrigerator/
freezer so apply pressure when
installing the screws.
3. Align the holes in the rear lip of the
bracket with those on the back of the
refrigerator/freezer, and attach using
the screws from Step 1.
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Parts and Features
2. Place the bracket on top of the
refrigerator/freezer with its rear lip
facing downward over the back edge
of the refrigerator/freezer, and the
two sides facing up to accept the
microwave oven.
1. Locate the microwave oven. Remove the
packet of twelve (12) screws located inside
the microwave oven. Retain the
screws.
Model 5.6MFR Assembly
MicroFridge® with Safe Plug®
Installation of Microwave Models
Subassembly
Duration
− Microwave oven magnetron
− Refrigerator/freezer sealed system and compressor
− Microwave oven and refrigerator/freezer mechanical components
2 years
1.
Ice Compartment: Use it for making ice cubes and short term storage of
frozen food.
Temperature Control with Push-Button Defrost
Full-Width Door Shelves
2-Liter Shelf
Interior Light
Interior Light Switch
Adjustable Feet
Slide Out Shelves
Drip Tray
Glass Shelf with Crisper
Ice Cube Tray (inside ice compartment)
Intirion is pleased to provide a comprehensive warranty on these products. Intirion takes
pride in its product and manufacturing standards and warrants its products and parts
against defects in materials or workmanship to the original purchaser.
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MicroFridge® with Safe Plug®, a Product of Intirion Corporation
Microwave Oven and Refrigerator/Freezer Residential Limited Warranty
INSTRUCTION
MANUAL
5.6MFR
by Intirion
REFRIGERATOR
2 years
1 year
All requests for service should be directed to Customer Service at Intirion by calling
1-800-637-7567. Intirion offers a quick response customer service program. Customer
Service will diagnose the problem and either replace or the original purchaser will carryin the appliance to an authorized service provider for repair, at the discretion of
Intirion.
MicroFridge® with Safe Plug® warranty services are performed by Intirion authorized
service providers. Intirion expects prompt, courteous and efficient service. Intirion
further expects that all authorized service providers will make every reasonable effort
to enhance the image and reputation of Intirion and its products. Inadequate service or
customer dissatisfaction should be promptly reported to Intirion.
Damage initiated by spark fires caused by using inappropriate material inside the
microwave oven is specifically excluded from this warranty. Intirion assumes no liability
and does not guarantee or warranty any repairs and/or replacement parts not supplied
or performed by an authorized service provider, nor any 50/60 cycle or 60/50 cycle
conversions, damage caused by failure to follow the owner’s manual as to adjustments
and/or maintenance, customer adjustments that are not covered in the instruction
booklet, broken or marred cabinet, misuse, neglect, accident, fire, flood or other acts of
nature.
THIS WARRANTY WILL BECOME INVALID IF ANY SERIAL NUMBER ON THE
PRODUCT IS ALTERED, REPLACED, DEFACED OR MISSING. THIS WARRANTY IS
FOR INTIRION PRODUCTS PURCHASED AND USED IN THE UNITED STATES
EXCEPT FOR UNITED STATES POSSESSIONS AND/OR DOMINIONS OF THE
UNITED STATES.
This is the entire Intirion warranty and it may not be changed or amended by any
person, agency, distributor, dealer, or company. Intirion assumes no liability and indeed
specifically denies responsibility for any consequential damages beyond the repair or
replacement of the product or its components.
What is Safe Plug® Technology?
MicroFridge® combination appliances utilize Safe Plug® technology, a revolutionary,
patent-pending design, to conserve electricity and reduce potential fire hazards that can be caused
by overloaded circuits. This technology, built into the microwave, works by temporarily shutting off
the power to the refrigerator and charging outlets when the microwave is in use. When the
microwave is finished, power to the refrigerator and charging outlets resumes. Engineered with
unique one-plug-to-the-wall operation, our combination appliances never draw more than
11-15 amps of current.
MicroFridge® with Safe Plug® uses patent-pending intelligent load monitoring technology to control
the microwave, refrigerator and extra outlets. The two charging outlets are designed to
conveniently re-charge cell phones, digital cameras, laptops or similar low power devices.
The warranty period begins on the date of sale and proof of that date (evidenced by an
original sales slip or bill of sale) will be necessary to initiate a warranty claim.
ATTENTION
MICROFRIDGE® WITH SAFE PLUG®, A PRODUCT OF INTIRION CORPORATION,
10 Walpole Park South, Walpole MA 02081 1-800-637-7567
For your protection in the event of theft or loss of
refrigerator, fill in spaces provided below.
Model and Serial Numbers are indicated on the
inside right liner of the refrigerator.
MODEL No. ____________________________
Part No. 8336460135700
SR5616MF*
SERIAL No. ____________________________
Printed in Mexico
Where to Place Your MicroFridge® with Safe Plug®
Temperature Control
1. Select a location with a strong, level floor. If
the floor is not quite level, adjust the height of
the front legs accordingly.
2. Allow four inches of space between the
refrigerator’s back and the wall, one inch above
the refrigerator and one inch on the side.
3. Avoid any direct sunlight and heat. Direct
sunlight may affect the enamel coating. Heat
sources nearby will cause higher electricity
consumption.
4. Avoid very moist places. Too much moisture in
the air will cause frost to form very quickly on
the evaporator and the refrigerator will have to
be defrosted more frequently.
5. Your refrigerator is equipped with a three-prong plug and is grounded to
eliminate electrical hazards. In order to make it more effective, it must be
plugged into a grounded electrical outlet.
6. Plug your refrigerator in the back of the microwave.
You can control the temperature inside your refrigerator by turning the
thermostat dial. Higher numbers mean greater cooling power, smaller numbers
mean less cooling power. Set the temperature control dial to “3” for optimum
refrigeration/freezing effects under normal conditions. Set the temperature
control dials to “MAX” only when the rapid refrigeration/freezing of foodstuffs in
your refrigerator is necessary. Be sure to set it back to “3” later on.
Test Run Your Refrigerator
Before using your refrigerator, clean it and test run it to see if it is operating
properly. If it is not, then check your electrical source. If you cannot locate the
source of the problem, contact your dealer.
1. Set the temperature control knob to the “OFF” position and then plug the AC
cord into an electrical outlet of 115 volt, 60Hz. The compressor motor should
not run.
2. Set the temperature control knob to the “MAX” position and let the
refrigerator operate for 20 minutes. The freezer should get slightly frosted
and the motor should run smoothly with a soft hum.
3. Rotate the temperature control knob counter-clockwise toward the “MIN”
position. Before the pointer of the temperature control knob reaches the
“MIN” position, the compressor motor should turn off.
Important
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Do not operate your refrigerator for more than six hours at a stretch with the
temperature control dial set to 5 or MAX. At this setting, the compressor
will run continuously. Consequently, foodstuffs stored in the refrigerator
compartment will be frozen and frost will form on the cooling (evaporator)
unit.
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At the control dial setting of MIN, the ice compartment temperature will not
remain at a sufficiently low level for ice to remain frozen solid.
How to Defrost
For the most efficient operation of your refrigerator,
defrost it whenever a 1/4” thick layer of ice/frost forms
on the walls of the ice compartment.
When defrosting your refrigerator, remove all food from
the refrigerator and put the drip tray in place. To begin
defrosting, simply push the defrost button at the center
of the temperature control knob. When defrosting is
completed, the refrigerator will restart the cooling
operation automatically. After defrosting, discard the
water in the drip tray and replace the food back to the
refrigerator.
NOTE: Never use any sharp or metallic instruments
to remove ice/frost from the ice compartment. A punctured evaporator will
cause serious problems to your refrigerator and void the warranty. Also, do not
use boiling water to defrost.
How to Remove Ice Cubes from the Tray
ATTENTION
If the unit is turned off or unplugged, YOU MUST ALLOW THREE (3) MINUTES
BEFORE RESTARTING OR REPLUGGING THE UNIT. The unit will not start if you
attempt to restart it in less than three (3) minutes.
The ice cube tray is flexible. Twist the tray to remove the
ice cubes. If the ice cube tray is frozen hard to the
surface, do not use a knife or other metal instrument to
remove it because this may damage the surface.
Cleaning and Maintenance
Changing Door Hinge Location
Your refrigerator does not require any maintenance.
Turn off your refrigerator and remove all food, shelves, trays, etc. Wash the
interior liner with a solution of two tablespoons of baking soda and a quart of
warm water. Then, rinse and wipe it out. Do not use soaps, detergents,
scouring powders, spray cleaners or the like for cleaning the interior liner. It
may cause odors in the refrigerator compartment.
Wash the ice cube trays, drip tray and shelves in a mild detergent solution
and dry with a soft cloth.
Wipe the exterior surface with a soft cloth dampened with soapy water and
dry it with a soft cloth. Normal appliance spray cleaners may be used for the
exterior only.
Use only mild soap and water to clean the door gasket.
Never use acid, chemical thinners, gasoline, benzene
or the like to clean any part of the refrigerator.
Boiling water and benzene may deform or damage the
plastic parts.
Refer to the disassembly diagram and
change the door hinges according to the
following steps.
Before Calling for Service
We urge you to read the chart below. If the problem is not caused by
defective workmanship or materials, you may be charged for service calls
even during the warranty period. Before calling for service, check these few
simple points:
Refrigerator
not operating
• Is the temperature control dial inside the refrigerator set to OFF?
• Is the unit unplugged? Be sure!
• Is the fuse blown or the circuit breaker tripped?
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Storage
compartment •
too warm
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Excessive
noise
Moisture
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Has the door been opened frequently? Is it slightly ajar?
Are the shelves overcrowded?
1. Remove the hinge cap by twisting it off.
2. Remove the upper hexagonal head screws.
3. Remove the lower hexagonal head screws
and the leg on the hinge side.
4. Remove the other leg.
5. Attach the bottom hinge with the hinge
shaft and the leg symmetrically to the other
side of the cabinet.
6. Attach the other leg.
7. Remove the two cabinet plug buttons and
remount them in the holes from which the
screws were removed in step 2.
8. Remove the door plug button using a
screwdriver and insert it in the opposite
side of the door.
9. Use the screw to attach the upper hinge
and the spacer (if there is any). Do not
tighten the screw completely.
The direction in which the door opens has
now been changed; however, the following
points should be checked:
a. Make sure the door is on straight.
b. Make sure there is no space between the
door gasket and the refrigerator unit itself
when the door is closed.
c. Make sure that the gasket on the hinged
side is not caught between the door and the
unit when the door is opened or closed. (If
the door is forced closed when the gasket
is caught, the gasket may be damaged).
Installing the Hinge Clip
10. After making sure that the door is installed
correctly, tighten all the screws holding the
hinges.
Have large amounts of warm food been added recently?
Are the coils on the back clogged or blocked?
Is the temperature control dial set properly?
Is the refrigerator level? (Try to rock it.)
Are dishes vibrating?
Are there objects behind or on top that are shaking?
Does any part of the refrigerator touch the back or side wall?
When the motor comes on, you may hear popping or cracking sounds as
metals expand or contract.
• Moisture in the storage compartment is normal in humid weather.
• Is the door opened frequently? Has the door been left ajar?
Does the door fit properly?
WARNING:
Do not route high-voltage electrical cords
underneath the hinge clip. Only use the clip to
cover low-voltage electrical cords.
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