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Haier HRF-265F User Manual

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HRF-265F
Integrated Combi Frost Free
Contents
Cautions--------------------------------------------------------1~2
Refrigerator diagram-------------------------------------------3
Location------------------------------------------------------------4
Preparation----------------------------------------------------5~7
Functions-------------------------------------------------------8~9
Operation--------------------------------------------------------10
Refrigerator storage-------------------------------------------11
Cautions----------------------------------------------------------12
Suggestions------------------------------------------------------13
Freezer storage-------------------------------------------------14
Cautions----------------------------------------------------------15
Defrosting,Cleaning and Cesstion-------------------16~19
Questions and Answers---------------------------------20~22

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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    HRF-265F Integrated Combi Frost Free Contents Cautions--------------------------------------------------------1~2 Refrigerator diagram-------------------------------------------3 Location------------------------------------------------------------4 Preparation----------------------------------------------------5~7 Functions-------------------------------------------------------8~9 Operation--------------------------------------------------------10 Refrigerator storage-------------------------------------------11 Cautions----------------------------------------------------------12 Suggestions------------------------------------------------------13 Freezer storage-------------------------------------------------14 Cautions----------------------------------------------------------15 Defrosting,Cleaning and Cesstion-------------------16~19 Questions and Answers---------------------------------20~22...

  • Page 2: Cautions

    Please ensure that the pipe work of your refrigerator dose not get damaged prior to being picked up by the relevant waste disposal center, and contribute to environmental awareness by insisting on an appropriate, any-pollution method of disposal.

  • Page 3

    Cautions Cautions Cautions Cautions Cautions *Damaged appliances are not to be put into operation. In case of doubt ,consult your supplier. *Connection and installation of the appliance are not to be carried out in strict compliance with the relative instructions set forth in the Use’s Guide. *For the purpose of safety ,the appliance must be properly grounded in accordance with specifications.

  • Page 4: Refrigerator Diagram

    Refrigerator Diagram Refrigerator Diagram Refrigerator Diagram Refrigerator Diagram Refrigerator Diagram Control panel Food shelf Egg holder Bottle fence Lamp Bottle holder Drawers...

  • Page 5: Location

    Location Location Location Location *The refrigerator should be placed on a flat and solid surface. If the refrigerator is placed on a plinth, flat, strong and fire-resistant materials must be used. The front black foot of the refrigerator can be adjusted clockwise or anti-clockwise to lift or lower the refrigerator if it is placed on an uneven surface.

  • Page 6: Preparation

    (Refer to the section of "Cleaning") Standby status Connect the power source a minimum of 30 minutes after the refrigerator has been sited and cleaned. Caution: After unpacking, write down the model and delivery number of the refrigerator on the Warranty for future inquiries.

  • Page 7

    Preparation Preparation Preparation The door of the refrigerator can be opened both from the left or right as required. The following are the steps required to position the door to open to the right. 1. Firmly hold the refrigerator door and remove the screws from the right lower hinge.

  • Page 8

    1. Ensure that the doors of the kitchen unit and the refrigerator are of the same opening direction. (Take the right-opening door as an example) 2. Fix the joint sockets to the freezer and refrigerator doors with the provided screws (Figure 1). 3. Move the refrigerator into the kitchen unit, ensuring the left side panel of the refrigerator as close as possible to the wall.

  • Page 9: Functions

    Functions Functions Functions Functions 1 Control panel When refrigerator is connected a power source, the green lamp (E) and the red over- temp warning lamp (G) illuminate. A. Refrigerator temperature setting B. Freezer temperature setting C. Buzzer release D. Quick freezing...

  • Page 10: Functions

    When the actual temperature as sensed is above set point, the over temperature warning indicator G will blink accompanied by a buzzing. Check to see if the refrigerator door is properly closed or if the refrigerator is first operated. When the temperature in the freezer compartment falls to the desired value, the red over temperature-warning indicator will automatically extinguish.

  • Page 11: Operation

    Load the refrigerator with food a few hours after the refrigerator is turned on. Caution: Some time will be required for the refrigerator to reach the set level when temperature adjustments are made. The length of this period is determined by difference in the existing and set temperatures, the ambient temperature, the frequency with which the door is opened and closed and the amount of food in storage.

  • Page 12: Refrigerator Storage

    Refrigerator storage Refrigerator storage Refrigerator storage The refrigerator is for short-term food storage or for daily con- sumption. Although the temperature in most areas in the refrigeration compartment can be regu- lated between 0 and 10 , extended periods of food storage is not recommended.

  • Page 13: Cautions

    *Dry any water droplets on the food before placing it in the refrigerator. *It is recommended that food be sealed in suitable storage bags before placing it in the refrigerator. This will prevent moisture in the food from evaporating and prevent vegetables and fruit from withering or altering in flavor.

  • Page 14: Suggestions

    Freezing will accelerate the ripening process. Caution: If the ambient temperature in winter is between 0 erator temperature is low and the temperature in lower section of the refrigerator is around 0(, place the fresh food on the top area of the refrigerator.

  • Page 15: Freezer Storage

    *The ice can be easily removed by hand after the mould has been placed in warm water for a short time. Do not load excessive food Quantity of fresh food to be loaded is subjected to the pacity of the refrigerator. (refer to the requirements on the nameplate)

  • Page 16: Cautions

    Cautions Cautions Cautions Cautions *Hot food should not be stored in the refrigerator until it has cooled down to room temperature. *Food cut into small portions will freeze faster and be easier to defrost and cook. The recommended weight for each portion is less than 2.5kg.

  • Page 17: Defrosting,cleaning And Cesstion

    * Disconnect the power. Remove all the food and then the drawers from the refrigerator before defrosting. A bowl of hot water can be placed on the evaporator to accelerate the defrosting process.

  • Page 18

    Caution: Do not use a hard brush, steel brush, detergent, gasoline or other solvents, hot water, acid or alkali for cleaning. * Dry water drop on the surface of the refrigerator with a soft cloth. Caution:Do not use excessive amounts of water for cleaning the refrigerator. Use a dry cloth to clean the switch and the lamp.

  • Page 19: Power Failure

    Caution:Temperature in the refrigerator will rise during a power failure or in the event of technical problems, and the storage period will be reduced. Operation cessation...

  • Page 20: Moving The Refrigerator

    *If the vacation is long, take out the food from the refrigerator and disconnect the power. Wait until the frost inside melts, clean and dry the compartment. Leave the door open to prevent formation of bad odor.

  • Page 21: Questions And Answers

    The sound will be lower and lower gradually a short period later. *The temperature of the refrigerator and the compressor will rise and the compressor will run for comparatively longer periods when the refrigerator is first started.

  • Page 22

    *Liquid refrigerant in the refrigerator will make a sound similar to that of flowing water. *In winters, it is necessary to keep the refrigeration temperature to 0 below 10 .

  • Page 23: Questions And Answers

    *The door is not properly closed; or the door is opened for long period. *The refrigerator is in direct sunlight, or close to a heat source; *The area is poorly ventilated, or the two sides of the refrigerator are blocked or badly contaminated.

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