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LG GR-409GLQA Owner's Manual
REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER
User's Guide
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Table of Contents
Registration
Introduction
Important Safety Instruction
Identification of Parts
Installation
Installation
Starting
Temperature Control
Operation
Quick Freeze
Vacation
Self Test
Door Alarm
Ice
Making
Defrosting
Water
Suggestion
Food
On
Dispenser
Storing
Food
storage
General Information
Care and
Maintenance
Lamp Replacement
Cleaning
Trouble
Trouble
Shooting
Shooting
Precaution
To Reverse the
How to Reverse the Doors
Doors
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Introduction
Registration
Introduction
The model and serial number
this unit. This number is
are
unique
found
on
the
rear
of
to this unit and not
available to others. You should record
requested
guide as a permanent
your purchase. Staple your receipt here.
information here and retain this
record of
Date of Purchase
:
Dealer Purchased From
Dealer Address
:
Dealer Phone No.
:
Model No.
:
Serial No.
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Important Safety Instruction
Precaution
This fridge-freezer must be
properly
installed and
located in accordance with the Installation
Instruction before it is used.
Never
unplug your fridge-freezer by pulling on the
power cord. Always grip plug firmly and pull straight out
from the outlet.
When
be
moving your appliance away from the wall,
careful not to roll over or damage the power
cord.
After your
fridge-freezer
is in
operation,
do not
touch the cold surfaces in the freezer compartment,
particularly when hands are damp or wet. Skin may
adhere to these
extremely
cold surfaces.
The working life of this set is 7 years since the date of
delivery to
consumer.
Introduction
Important Safety Instruction
Precaution
Pull out the power plug prior to cleaning the fridge-freezer.
Never damage, serverely bend, pull out, or twist the power cord because
power cord damage may cause a fire or electronic shock.
Never place glass products in the freezer because they may be
broken when their inner contents are frozen.
Do not modify or
extend the Power
Cord length
It will
cause
electric shock
or
fire.
Don't Use an
Extension Cord
If possible, connect the fridge-freezer to its own individual
electrical outlet to prevent it and other appliances or household
lights from causing an overload.
Accessibility of
Supply Plug
The
supply plug
easy accessible
Supply Cord
Replacement
of the
position
refrigerator-freezer should be placed in
for quick disconnection in emergency.
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.
Danger
Risk of child entrapment.
Before you throw away your old refrigerator or freezer:
Take off the doors.
Leave the shelves in place so that children may not easily
climb inside.
Don't store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and
the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
Don't store
liquids in
In the event of an electric short circuit, grounding (earthing) reduces
the risk of electric shock by providing an escape wire for the electric
current. In order to prevent possible electric shock, this appliance
must be grounded. Improper use of the grounding plug can result in
an electric shock. Consult a qualified electrician or service person if
the grounding instructions are not completely understood, or if you
Grounding
(Earthing)
have doubts on whether the
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appliance is properly grounded.
Keep ventilation openings, in the appliance enclosure or in
the built-in structure, clear of obstruction.
Do not use mechanical devices or other means to accelerate
the defrosting process, other than those recommended by
the manufacturer.
Do not damage the refrigerant circuit.
Do not use electrical appliances inside the food storage
compartments of the appliance, unless they are of the type
recommended by the manufacturer.
The refrigerant and insulation blowing gas used in the
appliance require special disposal procedures. When disposal,
please consult with service agent or a similarly qualified person.
Introduction
Identification of Parts
Freezer
Temperature
Control
Utility Corner
(movable, 1 or 2)
Removable
Glass
Shelf(2
or
Door Basket
3)
(2, 3, 4)
Lamp
Multi-air Flow Duct
Egg Tray(1
Fresh Zone
2)
Water Tank
(Optional)
(optional)
Refrigerator
Temperature Control
2
Bottle
Door Basket
Vegetable Drawer
Used to keep fruits
and vegetables, etc.
fresh and crisp.
Ice Cube
or
Handle
(user install)
Tray
Freezer
Compartment
Removable
Plinth
Leveling
Note
If you found
they may be
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some
parts missing from your unit,
parts only used in other models.
Screw
Installation
1. Select
a
good location.
fridge-freezer
Place your
2.
Avoid
direct
3.
where it is easy to
placing the unit near
sunlight or moisture.
use.
heat sources,
There must be proper air circulation around your
fridge-freezer to keep it operating efficiently.
4. To avoid vibration, the unit must be leveled.
If required, adjust the leveling screws to compensate
for the
uneven
floor.
The front should be
slightly higher
than the
rear
to aid
in door
closing.
Leveling screws can be turned easily by tipping the
cabinet slightly.
Turn the leveling screws counterclockwise(
) to
raise the unit, clockwise(
to
lower
it.
)
5. Clean your fridge-freezer thoroughly
dust accumulated during shipping.
6.
Install accessories such
as
and
off all
ice cube box, etc., in their
places.They
packed together
possible damage during shipment.
are
proper
wipe
to
prevent
7. Connect the power supply cord (or plug) to the outlet.
Don't double up with other appliances on the same
outlet.
8.
To
proper air circulation around the fridge
freezer, please maintain sufficient space on both the
sides as well as top and maintain at least 2 inches (5
ensure
cm)
Starting
-
from the
rear
wall.
When your fridge-freezer is installed, allow it 2-3 hours to
stabilize at normal operating temperature prior to filling
it with fresh
or
frozen foods.
If power plug is disconnected, allow 5 minutes
before restarting.
Your
fridge-freezer
is
now
ready for
use.
delay
Temperature Control
Your
fridge-freezer
has two controls that let you regulate
fridge and freezer compartments.
the temperature in the
Fridge
?
Initially set
the TEMP. CONTROL
at "4". Then
adjust
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compartment temperature
according
MAX
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the
MIN
5
to your desire.
1
4
3
?
If you want an inside temperature
slightly less cold or colder, turn the
knob towards MIN
When the
2
TEMP. CONTROL
MAX, respectively.
surrounding temperature is low, adjust
or
the
TEMP. CONTROL 'MIN'.
Freezer
?
Freezer temperature control is on the top of the fridgeInitially set the Freeze Temp at mid-point. By
freezer.
Temp button, you can adjust the
of
the
Freezer
as indicated by the numbers
temperature
of lamps lit.(the setting is composed of five steps,
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pressing
the Freezer
5
lit indicates
lamps
coldest.)
When you
starting the Fridge-Freezer or connecting
plug to the outlet, temperature setting is
automatically set to the mid-point.
the
power
FREEZE TEMP
VACATION
Quick Freeze
?
QUICK FREEZE
This function is used when
you want to freeze the foods
quickly. Press the 'QUICK
QUICK FREEZE
FREEZE' button once, and
quick freeze
then the
operation
lamp lit.
The quick
starts with the
freeze
operation
takes about 3 hours.
When its
operation ends,
automatically returns to the normal state.
If you want to stop the quick freeze operation, press
the 'QUICK FREEZE' button once more, the lamp goes
out, and the quick freeze operation stops and the
refrigerator returns to the normal state.
it
Operation
Vacation
This function makes the
work in
fridge-freezer
power saving mode which is
useful for when you are away on
a
VACATION
holiday, by reducing energey
consumption as much as possible.
Pressing 'VACATION' starts operation
with lamp ON and pressing it again
stops the operation.
For better functioning, you should set
the TEMP. CONTROL to "MIN".
Self Test
This function allows you to check for operational
problems. If you think you have a problem with your
fridge-freezer,
-
problem
-
then press the temperature control button:
lights move up or down, then there is no
If the indicate
with your
If the indicate
please
fridge-freezer.
lights do not move up
or
down, then
leave the power connected and call your nearest
service agent.
Door Alarm
When the door of the
fridge
is left
opened
for
a
while,
the alarm sounds.
Ice
Making
?
To make ice cubes, fill the
ice tray to the water level
and
?
place
it in the freezer.
If ice cubes
are
required
fast, press the 'QUICK
FREEZE' button.
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To
remove
ice cubes,
hold the tray at its ends and twist
Tip
To
remove
before
ice cubes
easily,
run
gently.
water on the
tray
twisting.
Defrosting takes place automatically.
defrosting water flows down to the evaporating tray
and is evaporated automatically.
Defrosting
The
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Water
Dispenser (optional)
Features
DISPENSER PAD
GRILLE
DRIP TRAY
HANDLE TANK
CAP
TANK(SMALL)
CAP
TANK(BIG)
WATER TANK
VALVE ASSEMBLY
Install
Please assemble the VALVE ASSEMBLY after
adjusting
it with
a
DOOR HOLE.
correctly
Operation
Filling of
WATER TANK
1. After turning the
HANDLE Tank backward with the
DOOR, Open the CAP
WATER TANK installed at the
TANK
*
(SMALL)
and then fill water
Fill water while
watching
a
using
a
sight glass on
kettle etc.
the front of
the WATER TANK.
*
Water up to 4.5l
2. Press and
3.
After
be filled.
fix the CAP TANK(SMALL).
filling spring water,
proper
Drinking
can
fix the HANDLE TANK at
position.
1. Press the Dispenser Pad with
2.
.
If
a
pressing
a
cup.
the Pad, water inside of the
Dispenser
is
supplied.
3.
If
slowly removing
a
cup from the Pad, water will not
fall down.
Caution
Do not
use
other
beverage etc)
than
including grain
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beverage (milk, juice,
spring
water.
must not be used
carbonated
Especially beverage
(may
result in
failure).
Suggestions on food storage
Storing
Food
?
Do not store food which goes bad
temperature, such
?
?
as
fridge-freezer
higher
electric bills.
When
storing
at low
banana, and melon.
Allow hot food to cool
in the
easily
prior
could
the food,
to
storing. Placing
spoil
use a
hot food
other food, and lead to
container with
a
lid. This
prevents moisture from evaporating, and helps food
keep
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Do not block air vents with food. Smooth circulation of
cold air
?
keeps fridge-freezer temperature
Do not open the door
air enter the
warm
temperature
?
To
adjust
food
?
Never
frequently. Opening
and
fridge-freezer,
the temperature control
near
even.
the door lets
cause
to rise.
easily,
do not store
the temperature control dial.
keep
too many foods in door
stop the door from
?
to
its taste and nutrients.
rack,
as
this may
fully closing.
Do not store bottles in the freezer compartment
-
they
may break when frozen.
?
Do not refreeze food that has been thawed. This
causes
loss of taste and nutrition.
Note
If you
keep
the
frequently open
fridge-freezer
its door
or
in
put
dew may form in it, which has
hot, and humid place,
a
a
no
lot of
vegetables
effect
on
its
performance.
Remove the dew with dust cloth free from
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care.
in it,
General Information
Power Failure
1~2hour power failure does
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stores.
Try
frequently.
If You Move
to avoid
opening
Take out foods from the
?
harm to the foods
no
and
closing
fridge-freezer
the door too
and
firmly fix
the
loose items with tape.
Turn the leveling screws until
they stop before moving
fridge-freezer. Otherwise the screw may scratch the
floor or the fridge-freezer cannot move.
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the
Anti Condensation
The Anti-Condensation
?
pipe
Anti-Condensation
is installed around the front
Pipe
Pipe
side of
as on
fridge-freezer as well
the partition between
fridge compartment
and
freezer compartment to
prevent dewing.
Especially
?
after installation
or
when ambient temperature is high, the
may feel hot, which is quite normal.
fridge-freezer
Lamp Replacement
1. Unplug the power cord from the outlet.
2. Remove fridge shelves.
3.
To
remove
the
lamp
cover, insert
type driver in the underside
of the
lamp
cover
and
pull
it out
forwards.
4. Turn the lamp counterclockwise.
5. Assemble in reverse order of
disassembly.
Replacement lamp must be the
same specification as original.
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You must check the O-RING,
by rubber and prevent electric
which is made
spark.
Care and Maintenance
Cleaning
Before
Be
Cleaning
sure
to
unplug
the power.
Clean the outside of the
Exterior
soaked with hot water
detergent,
sure
to
or
with
liquid detergent.
wipe
it with
a
a
soft cloth
If you
use a
clean wet cloth.
As above.
Interior
After
be
fridge-freezer
Check that the power cord is not
Cleaning
damaged, power plug
has not overheated, and that the power
plug
is
tightly
inserted into the outlet.
w Warning
Be
sure
to
dry the appliance with
a
cloth after
washing
it with water.
Do not
use
abrasive, petroleum, benzene, thinner,
hydrochloride acid, boiling water, rough brush, etc,
as
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they may damage parts of
the
fridge-freezer.
GRILLE and DRIP
1. After removing the HOLE part of the GRILLE with the
TRAY
finger, slowly pull
2.
A fter
discharging Drip
clean and
3. Wipe
fully
Dispenser
Water Tank
Wipe
Water inside of the DRIP TRAY,
rinse the GRILLE and the DRIP TRAY.
moisture out around the DOOR part and the
DRIP TRAY
Exterior
the DRIP TRAY out.
using
a
clean cloth.
moisture etc out outside of
Dispenser
Pad
1. Lift the
WATER TANK up
on
using
a
Dispenser
and
on
the
cloth.
by pressing
the
fixing
the bottom of WATER TANK and then
LEVER
remove
it.
2. After removing the CAP TANK (BIG), clean and fully
rinse the inside/outside part of the WATER TANK
using
Cap Tank(Big &
Small)
neutral
Clean and
neutral
fully
cleansing agent.
rinse the
Tank
(Big
&
Small) by using
for the groove part of the CAP TANK, it is
convenient to cleanse it
Assembly
Cap
cleansing agent.
Especially
Valve
by
Clean and
fully
by using
operating
assembly. Always
separated
for
cleansing
result in water
small brush.
rinse the VALVE ASSEMBLY
small brush. Rinse it while
the valve
a
leakage).
fix the
at the
by using
a
the bottom part of
Sealing
Rubber
existing position (may
Before
for
calling
service,
check this list.
It may save you both time and expense.
This list includes common occurrences that
the result of defective
this
Problem
Fridge-Freezer
does not operate
workmanship
or
are
not
materials in
appliance.
Possible Causes
?
Power
plug may
be
from the electric
unplugged
outlet.
Plug
?
it in
securely.
House fuse has blown
or
circuit breaker has
tripped.
Check and/or
?
Power cut.
Check house
Fridge or Freezer
Compartment
Temperature too
warm
fuse and reset circuit breaker.
replace
lights.
?
Temperature control not set on proper position.
Refer to Temperature Control section.
?
Appliance
?
Warm
?
Door left open for
?
Package holding
is
close to heat
placed
weather-frequent
door
openings.
time.
long
a
source.
door open
or
blocking
air duct in
freezer compartment.
Vibration
Rattling
or
?
The floor
or
Abnormal Noise
Make it
Frost
Crystals
on
or
Ice
Moisture forms
on
Cabinet Surface
even
or
the
by rotating
fridge-freezer is installed
fridge-freezer may be
the
leveling
Unnecessary objects placed
fridge-freezer.
?
Door may have been left
door open.
ajar
?
Too
door
?
Frost within
?
This
frequent
or
too
long
package
screw.
in the back side of the
?
frozen
Food
which the
on
may be uneven
unstable.
or
package holding
openings.
is normal.
phenomenon is likely
Wipe it with a dry towel.
to occur in a wet space.
Trouble
Possible Causes
Problem
Moisture collects
inside
?
Too
?
In humid weather, air carries moisture into
doors are opened.
has odor
?
Fridge
Shooting
frequent
or
too
long
door
openings.
fridge when
Foods with strong odors should be
tightly
covered
or
wrapped.
?
Door not
closing
properly
Check for
spoiled
food.
?
Interior needs cleaning.
Refer to CLEANING section
?
Food
Move
?
?
package is keeping door open.
packages that keep door from closing.
Fridge-freezer is not level.
Adjust the leveling screws.
The floor on which the fridge-freezer is installed
may be uneven or the fridge-freezer may be
unstable.
raise the front side with the
Slightly
Interior
does
not work
light
?
?
leveling
screw.
No power at outlet.
Light lamp needs replacing.
Refer to the Lamp Replacement section
DISPOSAL OF YOUR OLD APPLIANCE
1. When this crossed-out wheeled bin
symbol is attached to a product it
by the European Directive 2002/96/EC.
All electrical and electronic products should be disposed of separately
from the municipal waste stream via designated collection facilities
appointed by the government or the local authorities.
The correct disposal of your old appliance will help prevent potential
negative consequences for the environment and human health.
For more detailed information about disposal of your old appliance,
please contact your city office, waste disposal service or the shop
where you purchased the product.
means
2.
3.
4.
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the
product
is covered
To Reverse the Doors
Your
fridge-freezer is designed with reversible doors, so
right hand side to suit your kitchen design.
that
they may open
from either
the left of
Precaution
1. Before reversing the door, first of all, you should take out food and accessories
like shelves or trays which are not fixed in the fridge-freezer.
2. Use Torque Wrench or Spanner to fix or remove the bolt.
3.
Do not
lay the fridge-freezer
4. Be careful
not to
down. This will
the doors in
drop
cause
How to Reverse the Doors
1. Remove SCREWS
CAP
from the
refrigerator
on
refrigerator
the
room
move
the cap
door
.
and the
position
and
And,
.
and
screw
Fridge
and
pin .
the
position
,
Remove the
position
of
of bracket
.
and
remove
Door
of the cap
Cover
remove screw
move
Move the
of bracket door
in
refrigerator
remove
remove
,
Remove bolt
separated
.
and
and
in the
as
Cover
Freezer Door
The freezer
.
may be also
screw
Hinge-L ,
3.
HANDLE
sequence
Cap
Remove 2
.
the bottom part of the
room
HANDLE
2. Remove
a
of the
HANDLE
HANDLE
same
removing
right part
room
SCREWS
room
after
.
and
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.
the
Hinge-C
Move the
Move the
screw
position
.
problems.
disassembling
or
assembling.
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4. Move the position of Hinge-U pin , and
Cap, Top
Door
Assemble the
cover
Assemble
.
and bolt
and
5.
screw
Assemble the
.
Hinge-L
Assemble Low Cover
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.
Install HANDLES
installed at the
freezer room, at the
refrigerator
existing
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room.
27
the bottom part of HANDLES to the
Adjust
groove and then fasten 2
removing
the CAP 27
.
after
screws
After
SCREWS in the side of the
room
and bolt
Hinge-C
Assemble F-Door 26
Fridge
bolting
refrigerator
DOOR, press and insert the CAP
Insert the CAP
15
16
26
.
to hole which the
HANDLE
was
The freezer
room
installed
previous.
HANDLES
10
9
are
7
6
assembled in the
using
the
same manner as
above
existing.
5
3
27
2
6. Stop
the groom where the
HANDLE
,
existing
installed at
was
by using
the CAP 27 removed in the initial
installation.
Note
Reversing
covered
the doors is not
by
the warranty.
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