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Hisense RR229D4WRU User Manual
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yFrozen food must not be refrozen once it
has been thawed out.
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(especially carbonated drinks) in the
freezer compartment. Bottles and cans
may explode.
yDo
not consume ice popsicles or ice
cubes straight from the freezer as this can
cause freezer burn to the mouth and lips.
yTo avoid items falling and causing injury
or damage to the appliance, do not
overload the door racks or put too much
food in the crisper drawers.
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.
yKeep
all packaging away from children
to avoid risk of suffocation.
yProtect
children from being scalded by
touching the very hot compressor at the
rear bottom of appliance
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as this could cause injury should they fall
off.
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Warning!
--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.
--If the supply cord is damaged, it must be
replaced by the manufacturer, its service
agent or similarly qualified persons in
order to avoid a hazard.
--Keep ventilation openings 炻 in the
appliance enclosure or in the built-in
structure, clear of obstruction.
--When disposing of the appliance, do so
only at an authorized waste disposal
center. Do not expose to flame.
--Do not store explosive substances such
as aerosol cans with a flammable
propellant in this appliance.
Safety for children and infirm persons
This appliance is not intended for
use by persons (including children)
with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities, or a lack of experience and
knowledge, unless they have been given
allow children to play with the
appliance by hanging or standing over or
on the doors, racks, shelves and drawers
etc..
Safety about electricity
To avoid the risks that are always
present when using an electric
appliance, we recommend that you pay
more attention to the instructions about
electricity below.
yUnpack the appliance and check through
the appliance. Should any damage be
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contact the shop immediately from which
you purchased it. Keep all packing
materials in this case.
yWe recommend that you wait for 4 hours
before connecting the appliance to allow
the refrigerant to flow back into the
compressor.
yThe
appliance must be applied with
single phase alternating current of
220~240V/50Hz. If the voltage fluctuates
exceeding the upper limit, A.C. automatic
voltage regulator of more than 350W
should be applied to the refrigerator for
safety use.
yThe
mains plug must be accessible
when the appliance is installed.
yThis appliance must be earthed.
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--This appliance is fitted with a plug in
accordance with local standard. The plug
should be suitable for use in all houses
fitted with sockets in accordance with
current specifications.
--If the fitted plug is not suitable for your
socket outlets, it should be cut off and
carefully disposed of. To avoid a possible
shock hazard, do not insert the discarded
plug into a socket. If in doubt contact a
qualified, registered electrician.
ice cream makers inside the food storage
compartments of the appliance, unless
they are approved by the manufacturer.
yDo not look direct into the light located in
the refrigerator compartment with optical
instruments to avoid eye injuries. If it is not
functioning correctly, consult a qualified,
registered electrician or replace it in
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chapter.
yDo
not use extension cords or multiple
sockets which could cause overloading of
wiring circuits and could cause a fire.
Always plug your appliance into its own
individual electrical socket which has a
voltage rating that matched the rating
plate.
The refrigerant and risk of fire
The appliance contains a small
quantity of refrigerant (R600a or
R134a) in the refrigerant circuit. Check the
compressor label on the rear of the
appliance to see which refrigerant is used
for your appliance.
yMake sure that the plug is not squashed
yIf
is loose, there is a risk of electric shock or
fire.
the appliance contains iso-butane
(R600a)
refrigerant,
which
is
environmentally friendly but flammable,
ensure that tubing of the refrigerant circuit
is not damaged during transportation and
installation to avoid risk of fire caused by
leaking refrigerant.
ySwitch off the appliance and disconnect
yKeep burning candles, lamps and other
it from the mains power before you clean
or move it.
the electrical cord. Always grip the plug
firmly and pull straight out from the socket
to prevent damaging the power cord.
items with naked flames and sources of
ignition away from the appliance
and
ventilate
the
room
thoroughly to avoid the risk of fire and eye
injury should any leakage of refrigerant
(R600a) exist.
yDo not operate the appliance without the
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or damaged. Otherwise, it may cause
short circuit, electric shock or overheat
and even cause a fire.
yDo not insert the mains plug if the socket
yNever unplug the appliance by pulling on
light cover of interior lighting.
yAny
electrical component must be
replaced or repaired by a qualified
electrician or authorized service engineer.
Only genuine spares should be used.
yDo not use electrical appliances such as
not store products which contain
flammable propellants (e.g. spray cans) or
explosive substances in the appliance.
yThe room space must be at least 1mƴ
per 8g of refrigerant (R600a). The amount
of refrigerant in your appliance is indicated
on the rating plate inside.
Installing your new appliance
Before using the appliance for the first
time, you should be informed of the
following tips.
Ventilation of appliance
In order to improve efficiency of
the cooling system and save
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energy, it is necessary to maintain good
ventilation around the appliance for the
dissipation of heat. For this reason,
sufficient clear space should be available
around the refrigerator.
Suggest: It is advisable for there to be at
most 75mm of space from the back to the
wall, at least 100mm from its top, at least
100mm from its side to the wall and a clear
space in front to allow the doors to open
140°. As shown in follow diagrams.
100mm
1. Tilt appliance to find screw hole on the
left of lower base cover.
1053 mm
5 87m m
7 5mm
1 00mm
100mm
accessories under normal usage.
Only under the extreme circumstances,
that is, cabinet empty while load on door
with total mass of 16 kg (including 2 L
water in water storage box) and opening
the door about 90 degree, this refrigerator
may take risk of tipping. Then rubber
supporting pad should be fastened to the
lower base cover to steady this appliance.
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75m m
1 00mm
907mm
Note:
yThis
appliance performs well within the
climate class from N to T showed in the
table below. It may not work properly if
being left at a temperature above or below
the indicated range for a long period.
Climate class
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2. Put screw into the hole of rubber
supporting pad.
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Ambient temperature
SN
+10°C to +32°C
N
+16°C to +32°C
ST
+16°C to +38°C
T
+16°C to +43°C
yStand
your appliance in a dry place to
avoid high moisture.
rubber suppor ting pad
3. Make screw in alignment with the hole
on lower base cover. Fasten rubber
supporting pad to the base cover firmly by
a cross screwdriver (self-provided).
yKeep the appliance out of direct sunlight,
rain or frost. Stand the appliance away
from heat sources such as stoves, fires or
heaters.
Installing the rubber supporting
If there is a rubber supporting pad and a
screw provided in a plastic bag with your
appliance, you can install these
accessories according to the following
procedure.
Note:
yThere
is no need to install these
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Controls
yThe
appliance has 7 choices of
temperature; you can turn the knob
clockwise to the proper position by your
requirement.
press the defrost button to defrost. The
button will return to normal position
automatically about 3 to 4 hours later
when defrosting completes and the
appliance operates properly.
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yWhen you use your appliance for the first
time, please turn the control knob at
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interrupted, please restart again 5
minutes later.
Temperature control
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yIn case of the maximum amount of food
to be stored or the requirement of a colder
temperature, you can turn the control knob
to a higher position.
yIf you only want to store small food, or
the ambient temperature is low, you may
turn the control knob to a lower position.
yIf there is no need to use the appliance,
you can turn the control knob to the
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Defrosting
In order to keep high efficiency of the
appliance, it is necessary to defrost
regularly. If the frost on the huge freezer
grows up to 5mm, or the frost is going to
exceed the defrosting indicator, please
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there is a need to use huge freezer
during defrost, or you want to discontinue
the defrosting process, turn the control
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control knob to the proper position you
need. And then the appliance will operate
properly.
Note:
1. Before starting defrosting, please
remove the food in the huge freezer and
the draining box. It is recommended to
start defrosting when there is no food
needed to be frozen in case of being
thawing.
2. When defrosting completes, remove the
draining box, empty the water and residual
ice, Put the draining box back to the
proper position. Clean and dry the interior
thoroughly.
3. If the thickness of frost got over the
defrost indicator, the defrosted water may
flow over the evaporating pan. Please pay
attention to this regard.
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Using your appliance
Door rack
yIt
is suitable for the storage of eggs,
canned liquid, bottled drinks and packed
food, etc.. Do not place too many heavy
things in the racks.
Note: There are egg trays in the upper
shelf.
yThere
are some notes during the ice
making:
1. If the ice tray is used for the first time or
has not been used for a long time, please
clean it before using.
2. When you pour water into the ice tray,
the water level shall not exceed the top
line.
Huge freezer
yIt is suitable for storing the food needed
to be frozen.
Note:
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(especially carbonated drinks) in the
freezer compartment. Bottles and cans
may explode.
2. Keep the food in label bags or
containers in order to keep the taste and
nutrients.
Shelf in Refrigerator chamber
yThere
are two shelves in refrigerator
chamber, and they can be taken out to be
cleaned or get a larger space.
Crisper cover
yIt is for controlling the temperature of the
crisper and avoiding the vegetable losing
moisture.
Fruit and vegetables crisper
3. The ice tray should be carefully placed
in the huge freezer without the water spilt
otherwise the spilt water will be frozen and
cause the ice tray stuck.
4. To make the ice quickly, you¶UH advised
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5. To take out the ice cubes, you should
gently twist the ice tray but bend it over.
Water Dispenser
The water dispenser, located in fridge door,
is used for storing drinking water. This
feature provides chilled water easily
without opening refrigerator.
Water storage box cover
yIt is suitable for the storage of fruits and
vegetable.
Ice tray
yIt is used for making ice.
Water storage box
Water dispenser lever
Head
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yBefore using
Please clean the water dispenser parts
before using this appliance for the first
time.
1. Hold two sides of the water storage box
tightly, then lift it up and put it out carefully.
2. Unscrew the head in counterclockwise,
then wash the head, water storage box
and cover (including large lid and small lid)
lightly (especially interior) with clean water.
3. Dry it in natural way or using a dryer.
sealing
washer
fix holder
yFilling water
S mall lid
Large lid
Water storage box
Head
yAssembling
After cleaning, please assemble these
parts together, with reverse sequence of
cleaning procedure; and then fit them on
the door according to the following
procedure.
(1) check sealing washer before fitting on
water storage box, if the washer was
extruded out from fix holder, settle it clingy
into the hole;
(2) ensure that the head be inserted into
the hole first;
then hold two sides of the water storage
box (3); and press it down until you hear a
click sound (4).
Before filling water, make sure that water
storage box part is steady and in correct
position.
To prevent from water overflowing or
spilling, fill wLWKZDWHUEHORZWKH³0D[´OLQH
which is approximately about 2.0L
(suggested volume).
The
following
two
ways
were
recommended to fill water.
1. Uncover the small lid (counterclockwise)
and fill water through the inlet of large lid.
2. Uncover the water storage box cover
(from corner) and fill water directly.
Scheme 1
Large lid
Water storage box cover
Schem e 2
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Warning!
--Don't touch other parts when filling water,
which may cause water leakage.
--Other beverage (milk, juice, carbonated
beverage etc.) were not suggested to be
filled in except for drinking water,
especially beverage including particles
(which may result in function failure).
--Hot water was forbidden to be filled into
the water storage box.
yDispensing water
1) Make sure the water storage box cover
be fitted on.
2) Close the door and check water
dispenser.
3) Use a cup with suitable size to receive
water below the water dispenser.
cause water spilling.
--To avoid cold air leaking out form cabinet,
keep the water dispenser parts
(especially the water storage box and
head) still be installed even if the water
dispenser was out of use.
yCleaning
After using for a period, water
accumulated in receiving tank might
overflow, thus you should clean it with dry
towel regularly to avoid water spilling out
onto the floor.
Press lever
Suggested
position
Warning!
--Don't push the water dispenser lever
forward without a cup below since it may
Receiving tank
Note: In case of stained by dust or other
pollutant,
dispensing
water
with
unpleasant smell, etc., water dispenser
parts should be cleaned thoroughly. Put
the water storage box out from refrigerator
door, wash the head, water storage box
and cover carefully, and then dry them by
natural drying or using a dryer.
Helpful hints and tips
Energy saving tips
We recommend that you follow the tips
below to save energy.
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yTry
humidity free, room. Please refer to
³Installing your new appliance´ chapter.
to avoid keeping the door open for
long periods in order to conserve energy.
Ensure the appliance is away from any
sources of heat (Direct sunlight, electric
oven or cooker etc.).
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necessary.
liquid in the appliance.
yPlace the appliance in a well-ventilated,
yIf
the diagram shows the correct
combination for the drawers, crisper and
shelves, do not adjust the combination as
this is designed to be the most energy
efficient configuration.
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Hints for fresh food refrigeration
yDo
not place hot food directly into the
refrigerator or freezer, the internal
temperature will increase resulting in the
compressor having to work harder and will
consume more energy.
yDo cover or wrap the food炻particularly if
it has a strong flavor.
it to be rapidly and completely frozen and
to make it possible to subsequently thaw
only the quantity required.
yWrap
Hints for refrigeration
up the food in aluminum foil or
polyethylene food wraps which are airtight,
yDo not allow fresh 炻 unfrozen food to
touch the food which is already frozen to
avoid temperature rise of the latter.
yIced products炻if consumed immediately
after
removal
from
the
freezer
compartment, will probably cause frost
burns to the skin.
yMeat (All Types) Wrap in polythene food:
yIt
yPlace
food properly so that air can
circulate freely around it.
wrap and place on the shelf above the
vegetable drawer. Always follow food
storage times and use by dates suggested
by manufacturers.
is recommended to label and date
each frozen package in order to keep track
of the storage time.
Hints for the storage of frozen food
yCooked food, cold dishes, etc.:
yEnsure that frozen food has been stored
They should be covered and may be
placed on any shelf.
yOnce
yFruit and vegetables:
They should be stored in the special
drawer provided.
correctly by the food retailer
defrosted 炻 food will deteriorate
rapidly and should not be re-frozen. Do not
exceed the storage period indicated by the
food manufacturer.
yButter and cheese:
Should be wrapped in airtight foil or plastic
film wrap.
yMilk bottles:
Should have a lid and be stored in the
door racks.
Hints for freezing
yWhen
first starting-up or after a period
out of use, let the appliance run at least 2
hours on the higher settings before putting
food in the compartment.
Switching off your appliance
If the appliance needs to be switched off
for an extended period, the following steps
should be taken prevent mould on the
appliance.
1. Remove all food.
2. Remove the power plug from the mains
socket.
3. Clean and dry the interior thoroughly.
4. Ensure that all the doors are wedged
open slightly to allow air to circulate.
yPrepare food in small portions to enable
Cleaning and care
For hygienic reasons the appliance
(including exterior and interior accessories)
should be cleaned regularly at least every
two months.
Caution! The appliance must not be
connected to the mains during cleaning.
Danger of electrical shock! Before
cleaning switch the appliance off and
remove the plug from the mains socket.
Exterior cleaning
To maintain good appearance of your
appliance, you should clean it regularly.
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--Spray water onto the cleaning cloth
instead of spraying directly on the
surface of the appliance. This helps
ensure an even distribution of moisture to
the surface.
--Clean the doors, handles and cabinet
surfaces with a mild detergent and then
wiped dry with a soft cloth.
Caution!
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to scratch the surface.
--'RQ¶WXVH7KLQQHU, Car detergent, Clorox,
ethereal oil, abrasive cleansers or
organic solvent such as Benzene for
cleaning. They may damage the surface
of the appliance and may cause fire.
warm water. Rinse and dry it thoroughly
after cleaning.
Caution! Only after the door seals are
completely dry should the appliance be
powered on.
Replacing the lamp bulb (or LED):
Warning: The LED must not be replaced
by the user! If the LED is damaged,
contact the customer helpline for
assistance. To replace the Lamp bulb (or
LED), the below steps can be followed:
1. Unplug your appliance.
2. Remove lamp cover by pushing out.
Interior cleaning
yYou
should clean the appliance interior
regularly. It will be easier to clean when
food stocks are low. Wipe the inside of the
fridge freezer with a weak solution of
bicarbonate of soda, and then rinse with
warm water using a wrung-out sponge or
cloth. Wipe completely dry before
replacing the shelves and baskets.
Thoroughly dry all surfaces and removable
parts.
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remove
frost
from
the
freezer
compartment. Only after the interior is
completely dry should the appliance be
switched back on and plugged back into
the mains socket.
3. Swivel out the Lamp bulb (or LED).
4. Replace Lamp bulb (or LED) and push
light cover to correctly position.
Door seals cleaning
Take care to keep door seals clean. Sticky
food and drinks can cause seals to stick to
the cabinet and tear when you open the
door. Wash seal with a mild detergent and
Troubleshooting
If you experience a problem with your appliance or are concerned that the appliance is not
functioning correctly, you can carry out some easy checks before calling for service,
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please see below. You can carry out some easy checks according to this section before
calling for service.
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made the checks mentioned below, contact a qualified electrician, authorized service
engineer or the shop where you purchased the product.
Problem
Possible cause & Solution
Check whether the power cord is plugged into the power outlet
properly.
Check the fuse or circuit of your power supply, replace if
necessary.
Appliance is not working
The ambient temperature is too low. Try setting the chamber
correctly
temperature to a colder level to solve this problem.
It is normal that the freezer is not operating during the defrost
cycle, or for a short time after the appliance is switched on to
protect the compressor.
the The interior may need to be cleaned
Odours
from
compartments
Some food, containers or wrapping cause odours.
The sounds below are quite normal:
yCompressor running noises.
yGurgling sound similar to water boiling.
yClicking noise before the compressor starts.
Noise from the appliance Other unusual noises are due to the reasons below and may
need you to check and take action:
The cabinet is not level.
The back of appliance touches the wall.
Bottles or containers fallen or rolling.
The
motor
continuously
It is normal to frequently hear the sound of the motor, it will
need to run more when in following circumstances:
yTemperature setting is set colder than necessary
yLarge quantity of warm food has recently been stored within
runs
the appliance.
yThe temperature outside the appliance is too high.
yDoors are kept open too long or too often.
yAfter your installing the appliance or it has been switched off
for a long time.
Check that the air outlets are not blocked by food and ensure
A layer of frost occurs in food is placed within the appliance to allow sufficient
the compartment
ventilation. Ensure that door is fully closed. To remove the
frost, please refer to ³Defrosting´ chapter.
Temperature
too warm
inside
is You may have left the doors open too long or too frequently; or
the doors are kept open by some obstacle; or the appliance is
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located with insufficient clearance at the sides, back and top
Temperature
too cold
inside
is
Increase the temperature by following the ³&RQWUROV´FKDSWHU
Check whether the top of the refrigerator is tilted back by
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10-15mm to allow the doors to self close, or if something inside
easily
is preventing the doors from closing.
Water drips on the floor
The light is not working
The water pan (located at the rear bottom of the cabinet) may
not be properly leveled, or the draining spout 炷 located
underneath the top of the compressor depot炸 may not be
properly positioned to direct water into this pan, or the water
spout is blocked. You may need to pull the refrigerator away
from the wall to check the pan and spout.
The Lamp bulb may be damaged. Refer to replace Lamp bulbs
in ³Cleaning and care´ chapter.
Disposal of the appliance
It is prohibited to dispose of this appliance as household waste.
Packaging materials
Packaging materials with the recycle symbol are recyclable. Dispose of the packaging into
a suitable waste collection container to recycle it.
Before disposal of the appliance
1. Pull out the mains plug from the mains socket.
2. Cut off the power cord and discard with the mains plug
Warning! Refrigerators contain refrigerant and gases in the insulation. Refrigerant and
gases must be disposed of professionally as they may cause eye injuries or ignition.
Ensure that tubing of the refrigerant circuit is not damage prior to proper disposal.
Correct Disposal of this product
This symbol on the product or in its packing indicates that this product may
not be treated as household waste. Instead, it should be taken to the
appropriate waste collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic
equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help
prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human
health, which could otherwise be caused by the inappropriate waste handling
of this product. For more detailed information about the recycling of this
product, please contact your local council your household waste disposal
service, or the shop where you purchased the product.
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ϝϳλϭΗ ϝΑϗ ΕΎϋΎγ 4 ΓΩϣϟ έΎυΗϧϻ΍ ΢λϧϧ z
ϕϓΩΗϟ΍ ϲϓ ΩϳέΑΗϟ΍ Ε΍ίΎϐϟ ΡΎϣγϠϟ ΓίϬΟϷ΍
.ρϏΎοϟ΍ ϰϟ·
ϥϣ έϭρϟ΍ ΔϳΩΎΣ΃ ϊϣ ίΎϬΟϟ΍ ϕΑρϳ ϥ΃ ΏΟϳ z
ϥΎϛ ΍Ϋ· .220~240V/50Hz ΩΩέΗϣϟ΍ έΎϳΗϟ΍
ϲϐΑϧϳ ˬϰϠϋϷ΍ ΩΣϟ΍ ίϭΎΟΗϳ ΏΫΑΫΗ ΩϬΟϟ΍
ϥϣ έΛϛϷ ϲ΋ΎϘϠΗϟ΍ ΩϬΟϟ΍ ϡυϧϣ ϡ΍ΩΧΗγ΍
.ϥϣϷ΍ ϡ΍ΩΧΗγϼϟ ΔΟϼΛϟ΍ ϰϟ· 350W
Ωϧϋ ϝϭΎϧΗϣϟ΍ ϲϓ Δϳγϳ΋έϟ΍ αΎΑϘϟ΍ ϥ΃ ΏΟϳ z
.ίΎϬΟϟ΍ ΕϳΑΛΗ
.ίΎϬΟϟ΍ ΍Ϋϫ νϳέ΄Η ΏΟϳ z
ϊϣ ΕΎϧϭϛϣϟ΍ ϊϣ ΎϬΑϳϛέΗ ϡΗϳ ΓίϬΟϷ΍ ϩΫϫ ---αΑΎϘϟ΍ ϥϭϛΗ ϥ΃ ϲϐΑϧϳ ˬΔϳϠΣϣϟ΍ έΎϳόϣϠϟ ΎϘϓϭ ϝϳΗϓ
ϝίΎϧϣϟ΍ ϊϳϣΟ ϲϓ ϡ΍ΩΧΗγϼϟ ΔΑγΎϧϣ ϝϳΗϓ ϊϣ
.ΔϳϟΎΣϟ΍ ΕΎϔλ΍ϭϣϠϟ ΎϘϓϭ ΫΧ΄ϣ ΓΩϭίϣ
ΫΧ΄ϣϠϟ ΔΑγΎϧϣ Εγϳϟ ίϬΟϣϟ΍ αΑΎϗ ΍Ϋ· ---.ΔϳΎϧόΑ Ϫϧϣ ιϠΧΗϟ΍ϭ Ϫόρϗ ϪϳϠϋ ϲϐΑϧϳ ˬιΎΧϟ΍
ϡϘΗ ϻ ˬΔϧϛϣϣϟ΍ Δϳ΋ΎΑέϬϛϟ΍ ΔϣΩλϟ΍ έρΧ ΏϧΟΗϟ
ϲϓ Εϧϛ ΍Ϋ· .ΫΧ΄ϣϟ΍ ϲϓ έέοΗϣϟ΍ αΑΎϘϟ΍ ϝΎΧΩΈΑ
.ϝΟγϣ ϲ΋ΎΑέϬϛ ˬϥϳϠϫ΅ϣϟΎΑ ϝλΗ΍ ˬϙη
.ϪϧΎΑϭΫ ΩόΑ ΩϣΟϣϟ΍ ϡΎόρϟ΍ ΩϣΟΗΗ ϻ΃ ϰϠϋ z
ΓέϭέΎϘϟ΍ ϲϓ ϭ΃ ΔΑϠόϣϟ΍ ΕΎΑϭέηϣϟ΍ ϥίΧΗ ϻ z
ΓέϭλϘϣ ϲϓ (ΔϳϧϭΑέϛϟ΍ ΕΎΑϭέηϣϟ΍ ΔλΎΧ)
.ΕΎΑϠόϣϟ΍ϭ Ε΍έϭέΎϘϟ΍ έΟϔϧΗ ΎϣΑέ .ΔΟϼΛϟ΍
ΔϳΩϳϠΟϟ΍ ΕΎόΑέϣ ϭ΃ ϡϳέϛ αϳϷ΍ ϙϠϬΗγΗ ϻ z
έέο ϰϟ· ϱΩ΅ϳ ϙϟΫϭ ΔΟϼΛϟ΍ ϥϣ ΓέηΎΑϣ
.ϥΎγϠϟ΍ϭ ϡϔϠϟ ΩϳϠΟϟ΍
ϰϟ· ϱΩ΅ϳϭ Ω΍ϭϣϟ΍ ρϭϘγ ΏϧΟΗ ϝΟ΃ ϥϣ z
ΔϟϭϣΣΑ Ω΍ϭϣϟ΍ ϝϣΣΗ ϻ ˬίΎϬΟϠϟ έέο
ϲϓ Δρέϔϣ ΔϳϣϛΑ ΔϣόρϷ΍ ϊοΗ ϭ΃ Δρέϔϣ
.ϥϳίΧΗϟ΍ ϊΑέϣ
!ήϳάΤΗ
ϕέρϟ΍ ϭ΃ ΔϳϛϳϧΎϛϳϣϟ΍ ΓίϬΟϷ΍ ϝϣόΗγΗ ϻ ---Ύϣϣ ϻΩΑ ϊϳϘλϟ΍ Δϟ΍ί· ΔϳϠϣϋ ω΍έγ· ϲϓ ϯέΧϷ΍
.ϊϧλϣϟ΍ ϝΑϗ ϥϣ ΡέΗϘϳ
.ΩϳέΑΗϟ΍ ΓΩΎϣ Γέ΋΍Ω έέοΗ ϻ ---ϝΧ΍Ω Δϳ΋ΎΑέϬϛϟ΍ ΓίϬΟϷ΍ ϝϣόΗγΗ ϻ ---Ϫϧ΃ ˯ΎϧΛΗγΎΑ ίΎϬΟϠϟ ΔϣόρϷ΍ ϥϳίΧΗ ΓέϭλϘϣ
.ϊϧλϣϟ΍ ϝΑϗ ϥϣ ΡέΗϘϳ
ϥ΃ ϰϠϋ ˬ΍έέοΗϣ ˯ΎΑέϬϛϟ΍ ϙϠγ ϥΎϛ ΍Ϋ· ---ιΧηϟ΍ ϭ΃ ΔϣΩΧϟ΍ ϝϳϛϭ ϭ΃ ϊϧλϣϟ΍ ϝΑϗ ϥϣ ϝΩΑϳ
.Δϣί΃ ΏϧΟΗ ϝΟ΃ ϥϣ ϝϫ΅ϣϟ΍ ϲϧϔϟ΍
ϲϓ ϭ΃ ίΎϬΟϟ΍ ϲϓ ΔϳϭϬΗϟ΍ ΕΎΣΗϓ υϔΣ΍ ---.ΔϗΎϋ· ϥϭΩΑ ϲϠΧ΍Ωϟ΍ ϝϛϳϬϟ΍
ίϛέϣ ϲϓ ϙϟΫ ϝόϓ΍ ˬίΎϬΟϟ΍ ϙέΗ Ωϧϋ ---.έΎϧϠϟ ϪϔηϛΗ ϻ .νϭϔϣϟ΍ ΕΎϳΎϔϧϟ΍ ΔΟϟΎόϣ
˯ΎΑϬϟ΍ ΕΎΑϠϋ ϝΛϣ ΓέΟϔϧϣϟ΍ Ω΍ϭϣϟ΍ ϥίΧΗ ϻ ---.ίΎϬΟϟ΍ ΍Ϋϫ ϲϓ ϕ΍έΗΣϼϟ ϝΑΎϘϟ΍ ϱϭΟϟ΍
ϥϳίΟΎόϟ΍ιΎΧηϻ΍ϭϝΎϔρϸϟΔϣϼγ
ϡ΍ΩΧΗγϼϟ ιλΧϣ έϳϏ ίΎϬΟϟ΍ ΍Ϋϫ
ϰϟ· ΔϓΎοϹΎΑ) ιΎΧηϷ΍ ϝΑϗ ϥϣ
ˬΔϳϠϘόϟ΍ϭ ΔϳγΣϟ΍ ˬΔϳΩγΟϟ΍ ΔϗΎϋϹ΍ ϭΫ (ϝΎϔρϷ΍
ˬΔϓέόϣϟ΍ϭ ΓέΑΧϟ΍ ϰϟ· ΍ϭέϘΗϔϳ ϥϳΫϟ΍ ιΎΧηϷ΍ ϭ΍
ϡ΍ΩΧΗγϻ΍ ΔϳϔϳϛΑ ΔΑΎϗέϟ΍ϭ ΩΎηέϹ΍ ϡΗ ΍Ϋ· ϻ·
.ϡϬΗϣϼγ ϥϋ ϝϭ΅γϣ ιΧη ϝΑϗ ϥϣ ίΎϬΟϠϟ
ϡΩϋ ϥϣ Ωϛ΄Ηϟ΍ ϡΗϳ ϰΗΣ ϝΎϔρϷ΍ ΔΑϗ΍έϣ ΏΟϳ
.ίΎϬΟϟ΍ ΍ΫϬΑ ϝΎϔρϷ΍ ΙΑϋ
ΏϧΟΗϟ ϝΎϔρϻ΍ ϥϋ ΍ΩϳόΑ ΔϔϠϏ΃ ϝϛ υϔΣΑ ϡϗ z
.ϕΎϧΗΧϻ΍ έρΧ
ϙϟΫϭ ϕϳέΣϟ΍ έρΧ ϥϣ ϝΎϔρϷ΍ ϲϣΣ΍ z
ΓέΧϭϣ ϝϔγ΃ ϲϓ ΍ΩΟ ϥΧΎγϟ΍ αΑΎϛϟ΍ αϣϠΑ
ϥΎΗϭϳΑϟ΍ – ϭίϳ· ϰϠϋ ϱϭΗΣϳ ίΎϬΟϟ΍ ϥΎϛ ΍Ϋ· z
Δ΋ϳΑ ΔϘϳΩλ ϥϭϛΗ ϲΗϟ΍ ΩϳέΑΗϟ΍ ΓΩΎϣϛ (R600a)
Γέ΍Ω έέο ϡΩϋ ϥϣ Ωϛ΄Η ˬϕ΍έΗΣϼϟ ΔϠΑΎϗ έϳϏϭ
ϝΟ΃ ϥϣ ΏϳϛέΗϟ΍ϭ ϝϘϧϟ΍ ΔϳϠϣϋ ϝϼΧ ΩϳέΑΗϟ΍
ΓΩΎϣ ΏέγΗ ϥϣ Δ΋ηΎϧϟ΍ ϕϳέΣϟ΍ έΎρΧ΃ ΏϧΟΗ
.ΩϳέΑΗϟ΍
ϊϣ ϯέΧ΃ Ω΍ϭϣϭ ΢ϳΑΎλϣϭ ωϭϣηϟ΍ υϔΣ΍ z
ίΎϬΟϟ΍ ϥϋ ΍ΩϳόΑ ϕ΍έΗΣ΍ έΩΎλϣϭ Δϓϭηϛϣ έΎϧ
έρΧ ΏϧΟΗ ϝΟ΃ ϥϣ ϼϣΎϛ Δϓέϐϟ΍ ΔϳϭϬΗΑ ϡϗϭ
ΩϳέΑΗ ΓΩΎϣ ΏέγΗ ΏΑγΑ ϥϳόϟ΍ έέοϭ ϕϳέΣϟ΍
.(R600a)
ϊϓ΍Ω ϥϣοΗΗ ϲΗϟ΍ ΕΎΟΗϧϣϟ΍ ϥίΧΗ ϻ z
ΔϠΑΎϘϟ΍ Ω΍ϭϣϟ΍ ϭ΃ (εέϟ΍ ΕΎΑϠϋ ϝΛϣ) ϕ΍έΗΣϻ΍
.ίΎϬΟϟ΍ ϲϓ έΎΟϔϧϼϟ
ύ 8 ϝϛ 3ϡ 1 Δϓέϐϟ΍ ˯Ύοϓ ϥϭϛϳ ϥ΃ ϰϠϋ z
Δϳϣϛ έΎηΗ .ϝϗϷ΍ ϰϠϋ (R600a) ΩϳέΑΗϟ΍ ΓΩΎϣ ϥϣ
ϑϳέόΗϟ΍ ΔΣϭϟ ϰϠϋ ίΎϬΟϟ΍ ϲϓ ΩϳέΑΗϟ΍ ΓΩΎϣ
.ΎϳϠΧ΍Ω
ΓΩΩόΗϣ ΫΧ΂ϣ ϭ΃ ΩϳΩϣΗϟ΍ ϙϼγ΃ ϡΩΧΗγΗ ϻ z
Ω΋΍ί ϲ΋ΎΑέϬϛ ϝϣΣ ΏΑγΗ ϥ΃ ϥϛϣϳ ϲΗϟ΍
.ΎϘϳέΣ ΏΑγϳ ϥ΃ ϥϛϣϳϭ ΕϼϳλϭΗϟ΍ έ΋΍ϭΩϠϟ
ϡϗ Ύϣ΋΍Ω ϙΑ ΔλΎΧϟ΍ ΓίϬΟϷ΍ αΑΎϘϟ΍
ϲ΋ΎΑέϬϛ ΫΧ΄ϣΑ ϲ΋ΎΑέϬϛϟ΍ αΑϘϣϟ΍ ϝϳλϭΗΑ
ΔΣϭϟ ΔϘΑΎρϣ ΩϬΟ ϪϳΩϟ ϱΫϟ΍ ιΎΧ ϱΩέϓ
.ϑϳϧλΗϟ΍
ˬϑϟΎΗ ϭ΃ ϕϭΣγϣ Εγϳϟ αΑΎϘϟ΍ ϥ΃ ϥϣ Ωϛ΄Η z
ϭ΃ ˬϲ΋ΎΑέϬϛ αΎϣϧΑ ΏΑγϳ Ωϗ ϪϧΈϓ ϻ·ϭ
Δϳ΋ΎΑέϬϛϟ΍ ΔϣΩλ ϭ΃ Γέ΍έΣϟ΍ ΔΟέΩ ωΎϔΗέ΍
.ϕϳέΣ ΙϭΩΣ Ϫϧϋ ΞΗϧϳ ϰΗΣϭ
έΎϳΗϟ ϲγϳ΋έϟ΍ αΑΎϘϟ΍ ϝΎΧΩΈΑ ϡϘΗ ϻ z
ϙΎϧϫ ϡϛΣϣ έϳϏ ΫΧ΄ϣ ϥΎϛ ΍Ϋ· ϲ΋ΎΑέϬϛϟ΍
Ώϭηϧ ϭ΃ Δϳ΋ΎΑέϬϛ ΔϣΩλϟ νέόΗϟ΍ έρΧ
.ϕϳέΣ
έΎϳΗϟ΍ ϥϋ ϪϠλϓϭ ΓίϬΟϷ΍ ϝϳϐηΗ ϑΎϘϳ· z
.ϪϠϘϧ ϭ΃ ϪϔϳυϧΗ ϝΑϗ ϲ΋ΎΑέϬϛϟ΍
.ϲ΋ΎΑέϬϛϟ΍ ϙϠγϟ΍ ΏΣγΑ ίΎϬΟϟ΍ ϝλϔΗ ϻ z
ΏΣγϭ ΓϭϘΑ ϲγϳ΋έϟ΍ αΑΎϘϟΎΑ ϙΎγϣϻΎΑ ϡϗ Ύϣ΋΍Ω
.ΔϗΎρϟ΍ ϙϠγ ϑϠΗ ϊϧϣϟ ϝϳλϭΗϟ΍ ΫΧ΄ϣ ϥϣ ΓέηΎΑϣ
˯ϭο ˯ΎρϏ ϥϭΩΑ ίΎϬΟϟ΍ ϝϳϐηΗΑ ϡϘΗ ϻ z
.ΔϳϠΧ΍Ωϟ΍ ΓέΎϧϹ΍
Ρϼλ· ϭ΃ ϥϭϛϣ ϱ΃ ϝ΍ΩΑΗγ΍ ϡΗϳ ϥ΃ ΏΟϳ z
ΩϣΗόϣ ϝϫ΅ϣ ϝΟγϣ ϲ΋ΎΑέϬϛ ϝΑϗ ϥϣ Δϳ΋ΎΑέϬϛϟ΍
έΎϳϐϟ΍ ϊρϗ ϡ΍ΩΧΗγ΍ ϲϐΑϧϳϭ .ΔϣΩΧϟ΍ αΩϧϬϣ ϭ΃
.ρϘϓ ΔϳϠλϷ΍
ωΎϧλ ϝΛϣ Δϳ΋ΎΑέϬϛϟ΍ ΓίϬΟϷ΍ ϡΩΧΗγΗ ϻ z
Δϳ΋΍Ϋϐϟ΍ Ω΍ϭϣϟ΍ ϥϳίΧΗ Ε΍έΟΣ ϝΧ΍Ω ϡϳέϛ αϳϵ΍
ϝΑϗ ϥϣ ΎϬϳϠϋ ΔϘϓ΍ϭϣϟ΍ ϡΗΗ ϡϟ Ύϣ ˬΔΟϼΛϟ΍ ϥϣ
.Δόϧλϣϟ΍ Δϛέηϟ΍
ϲϓ ΩϭΟϭϣϟ΍ ΡΎΑλϣ ϰϟ· ΓέηΎΑϣ έυϧϧ ϻ z
ΏϧΟΗϟ ΔϳέλΑϟ΍ Ε΍ϭΩϷ΍ ϊϣ ΔΟϼΛϟ΍ ΓέϭλϘϣ
΢ϳΣλ ϝϛηΑ ϝϣόϳ ϻ ϥΎϛ ΍Ϋ· .ϥϳόϟ΍ ΕΎΑΎο·
ΏγΣ ΎϬϟΩΑ ϭ΃ ϲ΋ΎΑέϬϛϟ΍ ϥϳϠϫ΅ϣϟ΍ ΓέΎηΗγ΍
."ΔϧΎϳλϟ΍ϭ ϑϳυϧΗϟ΍" ϝλϔϟ΍
ϕϳέΣϟ΍ έρΧϭ ΩϳέΑΗϟ΍ Ε΍ίΎϏ
ϥϣ Γέϳϐλ Δϳϣϛ ϰϠϋ ϱϭΗΣϳ ίΎϬΟϟ΍
Γέ΍Ω ϲϓ (R134a ϭ΃ R600a) ΩϳέΑΗϟ΍ ΓΩΎϣ
ϑϠΧ ϰϠϋ ρϏΎοϟ΍ Δϣϼϋ ιΣϓ΍ .ΩϳέΑΗϟ΍
.ίΎϬΟϠϟ ΔϠϣόΗγϣ ΩϳέΑΗ ΓΩΎϣ ϱ΃ Δϳ΅έϟ ίΎϬΟϟ΍
Ωϧϋ Ε΍έ΍ϭγγϛϹ΍ ϩΫϫ ΏϳϛέΗ ϰϟ· ΔΟΎΣ ϻ z
.ϱΩΎόϟ΍ ϝΎϣόΗγϻ΍
ΔϧϳΑΎϛϟ΍ ϥϭϛΗ ϱ΃ ˬΔλΎΧϟ΍ ΕϻΎΣϟ΍ ΩέΟϣ ϲϓ
ϥίϭϟ΍ ϊϣ ΏΎΑϟ΍ ϰϠϋ ΔϟϭϣΣϟ΍ Ωϧϋ ΔϏέΎϓ
ϲϓ ˯Ύϣϟ΍ ϥϣ έΗϟ 2 ϥϣοΗϳ) ώϛ 16 ϥϣ ϲϟΎϣΟϹ΍
ΎϣΑέ ˬΔΟέΩ 90 ϲϟ΍ϭΣ ΏΎΑϟ΍ ΔΣΗϓϭ (˯Ύϣϟ΍ ϥ΍ίΧ
ΔΣϭϟ ΕΑΛΗ ϥ΃ ϰϠϋ ϡΛ .ΔΟϼΛϟ΍ ϩΫϫ ΝέΣΩΗΗ
ϥΎϣοϟ ϝϔγϷ΍ αΎγϷ΍ ϰϟ· ΔϳρΎρϣϟ΍ ϡϋΩϟ΍
.ίΎϬΟϟ΍ έ΍έϘΗγ΍
έΎγϳ ϰϠϋ έΎϣγϣϟ΍ ΔΣΗϓ ΙΣΑϟ ίΎϬΟϟ΍ ϝϣ .1
.ϝϔγϷ΍ αΎγϷ΍ ϑϼϏ
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٥
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140
ϝϔγ΃ϝΎα΍γϷ ΍ϔΎϝϏ
.ΔϣΎϋΩϟ΍ ΔΣϭϟ ΔΣΗϓ ϰϟ· έΎϣγϣϟ΍ ϊο .2
έΎϣγϣ
ρΎρϣϟ΍ ΔϣΎϋΩ ΔΣϭϟ
ϑϼϏ ϰϠϋ ΔΣΗϔϟ΍ ϊϣ Ύϣυϧϣ έΎϣγϣϟ΍ ίϬΟ .3
ϰϟ· ΔϳρΎρϣϟ΍ ϡϋΩϟ΍ ΔΣϭϟ ΕΑΛ .ϝϔγϷ΍ αΎγϷ΍
ΏϳϠλ ϙϔϣ ϝϼΧ ϥϣ ΕΑΎΛ ϝϛηΑ αΎγϷ΍ ˯ΎρϏ
.(ϲΗ΍Ϋ ΩϳϭίΗ)
ΏϳϠλ έΎϣγϣ ϙϔϣ
ΔϳρΎρϣϟ΍ΔϣΎϋΩϟ΍ΏϳϛέΗ
αϳϛ ϲϓ έΎϣγϣϭ ΔϳρΎρϣ ϡϋΩ ΔΣϭϟ ΕϧΎϛ ΍Ϋ·
ΏϳϛέΗ ϙϧϛϣϳϓ ˬίΎϬΟϟ΍ ϊϣ ϲϛϳΗγϼΑ
.ΔϳΗϵ΍ ΔϳϠϣόϟ΍ ΏγΣ Ε΍έ΍ϭγγϛϹ΍
:ϪϳΑϧΗ
ίΎϬΟϠϟϭϝϛη
˯Ύϣϟ΍ϥ΍ίΧ
ίΎϬΟϠϟ2ϝϛη
˯Ύϣϟ΍ωίϭϣ
7
˯Ύϣϟ΍ ωίϭϣ
ϲϓ ϝϣόΗγϳϭ ΔΟϼΛϟ΍ ΏΎΑ ϲϓ ˯Ύϣϟ΍ ωίϭϣ ϥϭϛϳ
˯ΎϣϟΎΑ ΩϭίΗ ΔϳλΎΧϟ΍ ϩΫϫ ϥ· .Ώέηϟ΍ ˯Ύϣ ϥϳίΧΗ
.ΔΟϼΛϟ΍ ΢Ηϓ ϥϭΩ ΔϟϭϬγΑ ΩέΎΑϟ΍
˯Ύϣϟ΍ ϥ΍ίΧ ϑϼϏ
˯Ύϣϟ΍ ωίϭϣ Ώϳοϗ
α΃έ
˯Ύϣϟ΍ ϥ΍ίΧ
ϝΎϣόΗγϻ΍ ϝΑϗ z
ϝΑϗ ˯Ύϣϟ΍ ωίϭϣ ˯΍ίΟ΃ ϑϳυϧΗ ϡϛϧϣ ˯ΎΟέϟ΍
.Γέϣ ϝϭϷ ίΎϬΟϟ΍ ΍Ϋϫ ϝΎϣόΗγ΍
ίϬΟ ϡΛ ˬΕΎΑΛΑ ˯Ύϣϟ΍ ϥ΍ίΧ ϲΑϧΎΟ ϝϣΣ΍ .1
.ΔϳΎϧόΑ ϪΟέΧ΃ϭ ˯Ύρϐϟ΍
ϡΎϛΣϹ ΍ΔϘϠΣ
ϡΛ ˬΔϋΎγϟ΍ αϛΎϋ ϩΎΟΗΎΑ α΃έϟ΍ έΎϣγϣ ϙϛϓ .2
ϥϣοΗϳ) ϑϼϐϟ΍ϭ ˯Ύϣϟ΍ ϥ΍ίΧϭ α΃έϟ΍ ϑυϧ
ΔλΎΧ) ϑρϠΑ (έϳϐλϟ΍ ˯Ύρϐϟ΍ϭ έϳΑϛϟ΍ ˯Ύρϐϟ΍
.ϑϳυϧϟ΍ ˯Ύϣϟ΍ ϊϣ (ϥρΎΑϟ΍
ΕΑΎΛ ϝϣΎΣ
.ϑϔΟϣ ϝΎϣόΗγ΍ ϭ΃ ϡϳϠγ ϕϳέρΑ ϪϔϔΟ .3
˯Ύϣϟ΍ ϸϣ
ΓέϘΗγϣ ˯Ύϣϟ΍ ϥ΍ίΧ ˯΍ίΟ΃ ϥ΃ Ωϛ΃ ˬ˯Ύϣϟ΍ ϸϣ ϝΑϗ
.΢ϳΣλ ϑϗϭϣ ϲϓϭ
˯Ύϣϟ΍ ϸϣ΃ ˬ˯Ύϣϟ΍ εέ ϭ΃ ϥΎοϳϓ ΔϳΎϗϭ ϝΟ΃ ϥϣ
ϡΟΣ) έΗϟ 2 ϲϟ΍ϭΣ ϙϟΫ ˬ"ϰλϗ΃" ρΧ ΕΣΗ
.(ΡέΗϘϣ
.˯Ύϣϟ΍ ϸϣϟ ϥΎΗΣέΗϘϣ ϥΎΗϳΗϵ΍ ϥΎΗϘϳέρϟ΍ ϥϭϛΗ
έϳϐλ ˯ΎρϏ
έϳΑϛ ˯ΎρϏ
(ΔϋΎγϟ΍ αϛΎϋ ϩΎΟΗΎΑ) έϳϐλϟ΍ ˯Ύρϐϟ΍ ΢Ηϓ΍ .1
.έϳΑϛϟ΍ ˯Ύρϐϟ΍ ϝΧΩϣ έΑϋ ˯Ύϣϟ΍ ϸϣ΍ϭ
˯Ύϣϟ΍ ϥ΍ίΧ
ϸϣ΍ϭ (Δϳϭ΍ίϟ΍ ϥϣ) ˯Ύϣϟ΍ ϥ΍ίΧ ˯ΎρϏ ΢Ηϓ΍ .2
.ΓέηΎΑϣ ˯Ύϣϟ΍
1 ϝϛη
έϳΑϛ ˯ΎρϏ
˯Ύϣϟ΍ ϥ΍ίΧ ˯ΎρϏ
2 ϝϛη
έϳϐλ ˯ΎρϏ
α΃έ
ίϳϬΟΗ
ϩΫϫ ΏϳϛέΗ ϡϛϧϣ ˯ΎΟέϟ΍ ˬϑϳυϧΗϟ΍ ΔϳϠϣϋ ΩόΑ
ΎϬΑϛέ ϡΛ ˭ϑϳυϧΗϠϟ ΔγϛΎόϣ ΔϳϠϣόΑ Ύόϣ ˯΍ίΟϷ΍
.ΔϳΗϵ΍ ΔϳϠϣόϟ΍ ΏγΣ ΏΎΑϟ΍ ϰϠϋ
ϰϠϋ ΎϫίϳϬΟΗ ϝΑϗ ϡΎϛΣϹ΍ ΔϘϠΣ ιΣϓ΍ (1)
ϝϣΎΣ ϥϣ ΓίέΎΑ ΔϘϠΣϟ΍ ΕϧΎϛ ΍Ϋ· ˬ˯Ύϣϟ΍ ϥ΍ίΧ
.ΔΣΗϔϟ΍ ϰϠϋ ϩίϬΟ ˬΕΑΎΛ
˭ϻϭ΃ ΔΣΗϔϟ΍ ϰϟ· α΃έϟ΍ ϝΎΧΩ· Ωϛ΃ (2)
ϰϟ· Ϫρϐο΍ϭ ˭(3) ˯Ύϣϟ΍ ϥ΍ίΧ ϲΑϧΎΟ ϝϣΣ΍ ϡΛ
.(4) έϘϧ Εϭλ ϊϣγΗ ϰΗΣ ϝϔγϷ΍
!έϳΫΣΗ
ϙϟΫϭ ˬ˯Ύϣϟ΍ ϸϣ Ωϧϋ ϯέΧ΃ ˯΍ίΟ΃ αϣϠΗ ϻ ---.˯Ύϣϟ΍ ΏέγΗ ϰϟ· ϱΩ΅ϳ
ˬέϳλόϟ΍ ˬΏϳϠΣϟ΍) ϯέΧϷ΍ ΕΎΑϭέηϣϟ΍ ---ϻ· Ύϫϸϣ ΡέΗϘΗ ϻ (Φϟ·ϭ ΔϳϧϭΑέϛϟ΍ ΕΎΑϭέηϣϟ΍
ϥϣοΗΗ ΕΎΑϭέηϣϟ΍ ϥ΃ ΔλΎΧ ˬΏέηϟ΍ ˯Ύϣϟ
.(Δϔϳυϭϟ΍ ϝηϓ ϰϟ· ϱΩ΅Η ΎϣΑέ ϲΗ) Ω΍ϭϣϟ΍
.˯Ύϣϟ΍ ϥ΍ίΧ ϰϟ· έΎΣϟ΍ ˯Ύϣϟ΍ ϸϣ ϊϧϣϳ ---˯Ύϣϟ΍ ωίϭϣ
˯Ύϣϟ΍ ϝΎΧΩ· ϥ΍ίΧ
ΔΛϭϠϣϟ΍ Ω΍ϭϣϟ΍ ϭ΃ έΎΑϐϟΎΑ ΙϭϠΗϟ΍ ΔϟΎΣ ϲϓ :ϪϳΑϧΗϟ΍
ΔΑϳέϏ ΔΣ΋΍έΑ ωίϭϣϟ΍ ˯Ύϣϟ΍ ϥϭϛϳ ˬϯέΧϷ΍
ϥ΍ίΧ ϊο .ϡΎΗ ϝϛηΑ ΎϬ΋΍ίΟ΃ ϑυϧΗ ϥ΃ ϰϠϋϭ
ϥ΍ίΧϭ ϑϳυϧΗϟ΍ α΃έϭ ΔΟϼΛϟ΍ ΏΎΑ ϥϋ ˯Ύϣϟ΍
ϲόϳΑρϟ΍ ϑϳϔΟΗϟΎΑ ΎϬϔϔΟ ϡΛ ˬΔϳΎϧόΑ ϑϼϐϟ΍ϭ ˯Ύϣϟ΍
.ϑϳϔΟΗ Δϟ΁ ϭ΃
.˯ΎρϐϟΎΑ ίϬΟϣ ˯Ύϣϟ΍ ϥ΍ίΧ ϥ΃ Ωϛ΃ .1
.˯Ύϣϟ΍ ωίϭϣ ιΣϓ΍ϭ ΏΎΑϟ΍ ϕϠϏ΃ .2
˯Ύϣϟ΍ ΔϓΎοϹ ΔΑγΎϧϣ ΩΎόΑ΃ ϊϣ Ώϭϛ ϝϣόΗγ΍ .3
.˯Ύϣϟ΍ ωίϭϣ ΕΣΗ Ϫϳϓ
ρϐοϟ΍ Ώϳοϗ
ΡέΗϘϣ ϑϗϭϣ
!έϳΫΣΗ
ϥϭΩ ϡΎϣϷ΍ ϰϟ· ˯Ύϣϟ΍ ωίϭϣ Ώϳοϗ ϊϓΩΗ ϻ -.˯Ύϣϟ΍ εέ ϰϟ· ϱΩ΅ϳ ϪϧϷ ϙϟΫϭ ϪΗΣΗ Ώϭϛ
υϔΣ΍ ˬΩέΎΑϟ΍ ˯΍ϭϬϟ΍ ΏέγΗ ΏϧΟΗ ϝΟ΃ ϥϣ -(α΃έϟ΍ϭ ˯Ύϣϟ΍ ϥ΍ίΧ ΔλΎΧ) ˯Ύϣϟ΍ ωίϭϣ ˯΍ίΟ΃
.ϝϣόΗγϣ έϳϏ ˯Ύϣϟ΍ ωίϭϣ ϥΎϛ ϭϟϭ ΏϳϛέΗϟ΍ ϲϓ
ϑϳυϧΗϟ΍
ϥ΍ίΧ ϲϓ ˯Ύϣϟ΍ ϡϛ΍έΗϳ ˬΔϧϳόϣ ΓέΗϔϟ ϪϟΎϣόΗγ΍ ΩόΑ
ΔϓΎΟ ΔρϭϔΑ ϪϔυϧΗ ϥ΃ ϙϳϠόϓ ˬνϭϔϳ ΎϣΑέ ϭϫϭ
ϰϠϋ ˯Ύϣϟ΍ εέ ΏϧΟΗ ϝΟ΃ ϥϣ ϱέϭΩ ϝϛηΑ
.ΔϳοέϷ΍
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