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BOTTOM-FREEZER
REFRIGERATOR
Model No: MDRF375WE
Color: Stainless
Please read this Owners’s Manual carefully before using the product
Thank you for purchasing our product
Contents:
Warranty........................................................................................................................ 1
Description..................................................................................................................... 2
Installing the door handle................................................................................................3
Safety Precautions......................................................................................................... 4
Placement ......................................................................................................................5
Operation check............................................................................................................. 6
Control Panel................................................................................................................. 7
Refrigerator.................................................................................................................... 8
Freezer............................................................................................................................9
Maintenance....................................................................................................................10
Troubleshooting.............................................................................................................. 11
Specifications .................................................................................................................13
Attention .........................................................................................................................14
Note:
The film on the door is plastic protective film which is put to prevent damage during
transportation. You can remove it once you start using the product.
Warranty
Conserv Appliances
Service would be provided from Monday to Friday between normal
business hours.
Exclusions
Conserv Appliances
Installation – e.g. improper hook-up or leveling etc.
Maintenance – e.g. cleaning of water pan
Damage – e.g. replacing broken door handle
Conserv Appliances
WARRANTY SERVICE
This warranty is given by:
For Service:
Conserv Appliances
10216 Georgibelle Drive, Suite 900D
Houston, TX 77043-5249
Call 1-800-490-8018
Email: Service@ApplianceDesk.com
Web: www.ApplianceDesk.com
Business hours (9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. weekdays).
GENERAL
Since it is responsibility of the consumer -owner to establish the warranty period by verifying
the original purchase date, the Conserv Appliances recommends that a receipt,
delivery slip or some other appropriate payment record be kept for that purpose. Remember
to send in your warranty Registration Card so that a proof of your purchase exists with the
Conserv Appliances. You can also register online by typing the following link
www.ApplianceDesk.com . This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and y ou may also
have other rights which vary from State to State.
All rights reserved. Manual subject to change without notice.
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Description
Refrigerator
Door Rack
Refrigerator Shelf
Crisper Drawer
Freezer Drawer
Power Plug
Adjustable Feet
Please note this diagram may have some differences if product has been updated.
Contents
MDRF 375 WE
Owners’s Manual
Refrigerator Shelf
Crisper Drawer
Crisper Cover
Egg Tray
Refrigerator Door Rack
Freezer Drawer
Refrigerator Door Handle
Freezer Door Handle
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Safety Precautions
Please follow the safety precautions listed below:
Ÿ The power supply for the unit should be exactly the same as
described on the specifications and use a standard power
outlet.
Ÿ The unit should not be operated in the presence of
flammable or explosive fumes. Also do not to put any
flammable, acid or volatile goods in refrigerator.
Ÿ Please unplug the unit before servicing or replacing parts
such as light bulbs.
Ÿ Please unplug the appliance immediately if you find any
abnormal smell or smoke and contact your local service
provider.
Ÿ Do not put water on top of the cabinet or any utensil filled with
water on the refrigerator. If the refrigerator gets wet, the
electrical insulation may be weakened.
Ÿ Hanging or sitting on the door is dangerous, it may overturn
the unit & spill the goods in (or on) the refrigerator.
Ÿ This appliance is not intended for use by people with
reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of
experience and knowledge, unless they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning the use of the
appliance by a person responsible for their safety. Children
should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the
appliance.
Ÿ If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified people
in order to avoid hazards.
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Installation of the door handle
Note: Figures in the user manual are only for reference, the actual product may
vary slightly.
Ÿ Locate the phillips head screws on the left side of the doors.
Each door has screws pre-installed. Unscrew them and put
aside.
Ÿ Match the holes on the handle to the screw holes on the door.
Note: The door handle should face the front of the unit and not
the side.
Ÿ Insert the screws and hand tighten.
Ÿ Repeat for second door.
NOTE: the screws and wrench are in the plastic bag.
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Placement
The unit should be placed in a
ventilated & dry environment.
Do not put the unit in direct
sunlight and keep it as far as
possible from heat sources.
Do not put the unit in cold/
freezing areas.
The unit should be placed on
flat, leveled and sturdy surface.
Keep the unit levels by
adjusting the front legs.
There should be enough free
space around the unit as shown
to allow proper ventilation
The back panel
should have a
minimum gap of 4”
3.9”
3.9”
5
3.9”
Operation Check
Ensure the unit has been placed properly
and all instructions have been observed.
Use the appliance safely
Adjust the setting to the middle position,
and then plug in the unit. After several minutes
of closing the door, both sides of the cabinet
become warm.
After 30 minutes, open the freezer compartment
door, if the air is cold, it means the unit is working
fine. After a period of time the thermostat will
switch off & on automatically
& set the
compartments at the desired temperature.
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Refrigerator
The temperature in the refrigerator compartment
is between 32~50°F, although lower temperature
is not suitable for a long period of food storage.
Cooked food should be cooled down to
room temperature before putting into the
refrigerator
Fresh Food Storage
It is better to put the food in
a sealed bag before placing
into the refrigerator.
In order to keep vegetables
fresh in the crisper, any
moisture should be removed
first. The vegetables can be
placed in a bag if they need
to be stored for a longer period.
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Control Panel
REFRIGERATOR
FREEZER
The Display light indicates the temperature for both Refrigerator (Top) and Freezer (Bottom)
compartments as well as the Lock icon. The Display light will automatically shut off after 3 minutes
and go into sleep mode. By pressing any button or opening the door this display will turn back on.
Lock /Unlock
The Lock /Unlock button must be pressed and held for 5 seconds before temperature setting can be
changed
Refrigerator + and These Buttons will allow you to change the temperature setting in the Refrigerator compartment. .
Freezer + and These Buttons will allow you to change the temperature setting in the Freezer compartment.
Mode Select
In order to select a Function follow the steps below
1) Press and hold the Lock/Unlock button for 3 seconds.
2) Press the Mode select to cycle through the functions below.
a) Quick Cooling - To cool refrigerator section quickly
b) Fast Freezing - To freeze ice or other foods quicker than the usual.
c) Intelligent - It's the default mode. The temperature of the refrigerator is 40 °F and the freezer
is 0 °F
d) Exit
Once quick cool or fast freeze is selected, it will stay in that mode for 26 hours unless you
change it back to the previous setting. After 26 hours it will automatically switch back to the
previous setting.
3) After selecting the function, confirm by pressing and holding the Lock/Unlock button for 3 seconds.
The selected function will now be displayed.
4) If the selected function is not confirmed within 5 seconds no change will happen and the procedure
will have to be reinitiated from Step 1.
Conversion °F/°C
To convert between Degrees Fahrenheit and Celsius, Press any “-” button AND “Lock/Unlock” for 3
seconds.
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Freezer
-40°F
The temperature of the freezer is colder than
- 40 °F. It is to store food to be kept for a long
period.
After buying frozen food, please put it into the
freezer compartment as soon as possible.
Any hot food must be cooled down to room
temperature before it is put into the freezer.
Please do not put glass containers filled with
liquid into the freezer compartment as the
glass may break.
It is better to sort the foods before putting
them into the freezer. Put the same kinds of
food together to help to minimize the time of
the freezer door opening when you take the
food out and helps to save energy.
The food should not be put too close to the
outlet or inlet of the airflow. It may affect the
air circulation.
Door Tray
There are some ventilation holes at the bottom
of the door tray. Please do not block all the
vents when you put the food in.
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-40°F
Maintenance
Cleaning
Always unplug the unit before cleaning.
The unit should be cleaned frequently both
inside and outside using water and a little
neutral detergent. Do not use boiling water,
harsh cleaning agents, acid, alkali or benzene
etc.
Water Pan Cleaning
The water pan is located in the back of cabinet.
Its function is to collect and evaporate
the defrosted water. Usually it doesn’t need special
care, but if you find some water overflowing or odd smell
it may need to be checked and cleaned. Pull out
the power cord first. LIFT THE WATER PAN UP
A LITTLE, AND THEN PULL IT STRAIGHT OUT
CAREFULLY.
(Caution: make sure the discharge pipe is not too hot).
After cleaning, replace the water pan into the original
position, make sure the pipe is on top of the water pan
before you push it into original position.
Leaving The Unit Powered Off
If the unit will be switched off for a long time,
the unit should be unplugged, then clean the
unit thoroughly. Ensure that the door cannot
be fully closed (leave a suitable gap), and
place the unit in a well-ventilated area to
avoid any odor.
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Trouble Shooting
Before Calling for service, please check the following points first:
Possible Issue
Problem
No Power
Power cord is loose or not connected or power is not on.
Low Voltage.
The Controls are set at “OFF”
The Controls are set at low settings.
Too much food in the unit.
The inside
temperature
is higher
Hot food in the unit.
Door opened & closed too frequently or not closed properly.
There is a heat source nearby.
The unit is exposed to direct sunlight.
Floor is not flat, and the unit is not placed steadily.
Noise
Contents are not placed in the right position.
Is the control set at proper position? Too high?
Food Frozen
Is the food near the outlet of cold draught.
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Trouble Shooting
Following is normal for the refrigerator
Sound of water flowing is caused by the refrigerant inside of the system pipe.
While the unit runs, heat is emitted from both sides of the cabinet.
When the environment is too humid, the edges around door may have a little moisture, wipe it with
a dry cloth.
Attention
The appliance should be unplugged after use and before carrying out user maintenance of
the appliance.
If the supply cord is damaged, it should be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agents and
similarly qualified people in order to avoid a hazard.
Do not store explosive substances such as aerosol cans with a flammable propellant in this appliance,
WARNING: Keep ventilation openings, in the appliance enclosure or built-in structure, clear of obstruction.
WARNING: Do not use mechanical devices or other means to accelerate the defrosting process, other
than those recommended by the manufacturer.
WARNING: Do not damage the refrigerant circuit.
WARNING: Do not use electrical appliances inside the food storage compartments of the appliance,
unless they are of the type recommended by the manufacturer.
For appliances which use flammable insulation blowing gases, the instructions shall include information
regarding disposal of the appliance.
Correct Disposal of this product.
Correct disposal of this product.
This marking indicates that this product should not be disposed
with other household wastes throughout the USA.
To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health
from uncontrollable waste disposal, recycle it responsibly
to promote the sustainable reuse material resources. To return
your used device, please use the return and collection
systems or contact the retailer where the product was purchased.
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Specifications and Circuit Diagram
Model No
Category
Climate Type
Protection Against Electric Shock
Star Level Mark
Refrigerating Mode
Rated Voltage / Frequency
Rated Power (W)
Rated Current (A)
Lamp Rated Power (W)
Freezing Capacity (Kg/24h)
Freezing Storage Temperature Rise Time (min)
Energy Efficiency Class
Refrigerant, Amount
Foaming Agent
Noise (dB(A))
Weight
Dimensions (HxWxD) inches
Overall Space Required In Use (HxWxD) inches
Defrost timer
Heat protector
MDRF 375 WE
7,Refrigerator-Freezer
ST
I
NO Frost
110V~60Hz
200
0.7A
</2
4
1000
3
R600a(44g)
Cyclopentane
42
165.4 lbs
72.8 X 23.2 X 24.6
74.4 X 25 X 29.3
Heater Main Control Board
M
Heat protector
N
FM
Fan door
Fan door heater
Freezer Fan Motor
Overload protector
PTC relay
N COMP L
Display board
Capacitor
Defrost Sensor
R.Sensor
R.Door Switch
R.Lamp
Compressor
N
L
Specifications subject to change without prior notice.
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Attention
For household refrigerators
• Do not to open the door too often, especially when the weather is wet and hot.
Once you open the door please close it as soon as possible.
• Occasionally check if the appliance is sufficiently ventilated (adequate air
circulation behind the appliance).
• For household refrigeration, in normal temperature conditions, please arrange the
thermostat at the middle position.
• Before loading the appliances with packages of fresh food, make sure they are
cooled to normal temperature.
• If it has an outer condenser, the rear wall should be always clean and free of dust
• Always follow instructions stated in the Owner’s Manual.
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Note
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