Download Print this page

Haier HRF-340H Operation Manual

Household refrigerator/freezer
Hide thumbs

Advertisement

Quick Links

HRF-380H/HRF-340H

Advertisement

loading

  Related Manuals for Haier HRF-340H

  Summary of Contents for Haier HRF-340H

  • Page 1 HRF-380H/HRF-340H...
  • Page 3 Primary features ①  E f f i c i e n t  i c e  m a k i n g A sem i-automatic i c em ak er i s i ns t a ll e d  in  th e  fr e e ze r  compartment and i...
  • Page 4 Diagram of parts (1) Ice maker (2) Ice box (3) Freezer shelf (4) Cooling storage (5) Defrost water outlet (6) Vc Fresh (7) Light and lampshade (8) Refrigerator shelf door The appliance must be positioned so that the plug is accessible. If the supply cord is damaged,it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid to a  hazard. Warning Keep ventilation openings,in the appliance enclosure or in the          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 appliance inside the food storage            compartments of the appliance,unless they are the type              recommended by the manufacturer. By the manufaturer. (9)  Refigerator shelf (10) Bottle block (11) Humidity control valve (12) Crisper (13) Adjustable foot (14) Freezer bottle holder (15) Refrigerator bottle holder (16) Electronic control screen...
  • Page 5 Safety precautions Th is r ef ri ge ra tor requires a  2 20 V/ 50 Hz  su pp ly F ai lu re  in  op er ation  and  damage to  t he co nt ro l p anel, thermostat or  th e co mp re ss or  will occur if  vo lta ge is ou ts ide the range 187- 2...
  • Page 6 Safety precautions N ev er  st or e i nf lammable, explosive  o r c or ro si ve ma terials in the  re fri ge ra to r. D o n ot in st al l the refrigerator  n ea r g as ol in e or other inflammable  a rti cl es . D...
  • Page 7 Safety precautions D o n ot to uc h  in side  surface of  fr ee ze r c om pa rtment in operation,  e spe ci al ly wi th wet  hands  as hands  m ay f re ez e  on to the surface. D is as se mb ly , r enovation  or  cooling  sy...
  • Page 8 Location The appliance 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.  A djustable Foot Clockwise T he ref ri ge ra tor sha ll be placed  a wa y f ro m h ea t sources  or direct  su nl ig ht . N eve r pl ac e  th e  refrigerator near  to a w at er  so ur ce.  Clean and dry  any  w...
  • Page 9 Preparation U n p a c k i n g R em ov e all  packing materials. C h e c k  a t t a c h e d  a c c e s s o r i e s  a n d  m...
  • Page 10 I Fuzzy model indicator I Fuzzy model indicator J Lock and unlock indicator J Lock and unlock indicator A Freezer temperature A Freezer temperature B Refrigerator temperature B Refrigerator temperature C Fuzzy model C Fuzzy model D Super freezer D Super freezer...
  • Page 11 Operation 1.  Initial status requirements When the appliance is initialized, both refrigerator and freezer are  set at scale 4 automatically with super freeze mode inactivated. If  freezer sensor temperature is between the points for turning on and  off, the refrigerator will start operation when temperature rises to  the point for turning on. 2.  Ordinary temperature setup control 2.1  R e f r i gera to r temper ature se tup Every press of refrigerator button (effect when released) will result  in 1 increase from +0 , can set up +0 ,+1,+2,+3,+4,+5,+6,+7,+8,+9,+10.  If the button is pressed again.     3 .2   F r e e zer  temper ature se tup Every press of freezer button (effect when released) will result in 1  increase from -16 , can set up -16,-17,-18,-19,-20,-21,-22,-23,-24,- 25,-26. If the button is pressed again....
  • Page 12 Operation 4 .  S u p e r  f r e e z e  c o n t r o l 4.1  Press super freeze button (effect when released) to enter super  freeze mode, and compressor  will keep operating continuously . 4.2  Super freeze mode can be inactivated either automatically or  manually. 4.3 Automatic  exit When preset super freeze period expiries, the super freeze mode  will be inactivated automatically and previous mode will be  entered (the mode prior to the super freeze mode).  4.4 Manual exit Under super freeze mode, if super freeze setup button is pressed  (effect when released), the super freeze mode will be inactivated  and previous mode will be entered (the mode prior to the super  freeze mode). 5 .  L i g h t Refirgerator light will be on and off when the refrigerator door is ...
  • Page 13 Refrigerating storage compartment T h e  r e f r i g e r a t o r  i s  f o r  s h o r t - t e r m  f o o d  s t o r a g e  o f  d...
  • Page 14 Refrigerating storage precautions Hot food must be cooled to room  temperature before storing in the  refrigerator. Food to be stored should be  properly sealed. Th is w il l p re ve nt moisture in the  fo od f ro m e va po rating and prevent  ve ge ta bl es an d fruit from tainting  i n flav or . Do not store excess quantities or  weights of food Fo od  sh ou ld  be  stored with spaces  in b etw ee n f or better storage  re...
  • Page 15 Suggestions Storage period will be extended  if vegetables are placed with  their roots towards the cold  source. Eggs should be stored vertically  in the egg holder. Onions, garlic, ginger, water  chestnuts and other root  vegetables should not be stored  in the refrigerator, as these  foods are suitable for long-term  storage at normal temperatures. Leaves of carrots or turnips  should be removed before storage. Frozen food can be placed in the  cold compartment before serving,  as this will conserve energy.  Ripe squash, melon, pawpaw,  bananas and pineapples should not  be stored in the refrigerator.  Freezing will accelerate the  ripening process. ...
  • Page 16 Freezing storage compartment L o n g - t e r m  s t o r a g e  o f  f o o d As the freezer storage temperature is very  low, fresh food can be stored in the freezer  compartment for a long time. Food requiring  long-term storage can be stored in the frozen  food compartment. Follow the instructions on  the package for storage period.  Attention should be paid to the storage  information printed on the food packing. Suggested storage period is as follows: F ood Ch icke n,  be ef Du mp li ng s,  ri bs and ice-creams Ca...
  • Page 17 Freezing storage precautions Hot food should not be stored in  the refrigerator until it has  cooled down to room temperature. The outside of any food packing  should be dried before storage in  the freezer, and any packing  materials should be odor-free,  airtight, non-poisonous and  nontoxic. Only remove the required amount  of food from the freezer  compartment. Defrosted food  cannot be re-stored in the  freezer unless it is first cooked. 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. Food should be stored in  accordance with any information  printed on the packing. D M Y Do not load excessive quantity of  fresh food in the freezer  compartment. Quantity of the food  in storage shall comply with the  cooling capacity of the  refrigerator....
  • Page 18 Defrosting M a n u a l  d e f r o s t i n g This refrigerator is designed for manual defrosting. Cleaning The refrigerator should be cleaned  regularly to prevent the formation of  bad odors. Disconnect the power before  cleaning the refrigerator. Clean the refrigerator with a soft  cloth or sponge with mild detergent. Caution: Do not use a hard brush, steel brush, detergent,  gasoline or other solvents, hot water, acid or alkali for  cleaning. Dry water droplets on surfaces of the  refrigerator with a piece of cloth. Caution: Do not use excessive amounts of water for  cleaning the refrigerator. Use a dry cloth to clean the  Re gul ar ly cl ean the  s ur fa ce s o f t he  ext...
  • Page 19 Vacation P o w e r  i n t e r r u p t i o n Even in summer, food can be stored in  the refrigerator for a few hours  after a power interruption. Don't put additional food into  the refrigerator during a power  interruption and try to open the  door as less frequently as  possible. If prior notice of a power  interruption is given, make some  ice and put it in a container in  the top of the refrigeration  compartment. Caution: Temperature in the refrigerator will rise as for a  power interruption or technical problem, and the storage  period will be reduced. C e a s e d  o p e r a t i o n If the refrigerator is to be ...
  • Page 20 Vacation B e f o r e  l e a v i n g  f o r  a  v a c a t i o n Remove the vulnerable food from  refrigerator if the vacation is  short and properly set the  control panel, and make sure that  the door of the refrigerator is  properly closed. 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. M o v i n g  t h e  r e f r i g e r a t o r Unplug the refrigerator....
  • Page 21 Troubleshooting The evaporator and piping system  of the refrigerator may produce a  slightsound when the refrigerator  operates due to ambient  temperature changes. A slight sound may be produced by  defrosting water flowing into  the evaporating  recipient  and   the compressor at the moment of  operation commencement or  vacation. Click Click The thermostat, starting  capacitor and heat protector may  produce a slight sound when the  refrigerator starts or stops. Poop Poop A slight continuous sound can be  heard  when the liquid refrigerant  circulates to the evaporator. Clatter Clatter Swish Swish...
  • Page 22 Troubleshooting A slight sound may be heard when  the appliance is first started.  The sound will be lower and lower  gradually a short period later. The fan of an operating  refrigerator may produce a  slight sound. W h i r W h i r Water droplets may occur on outer  surfaces and middle connection  of the refrigerator due to heavy  moisture in room air. Wipe clean  with soft cloth. Temperature of the refrigerator  and the compressor will rise and  the compressor will run for  comparatively longer periods  when the refrigerator is  first started. Hum 嗡 嗡 H u m The compressor will operate for  comparatively longer periods if  excessive quantity of food is  stored or the ambient temperature  is high. The two sides of the external  surface, bottom and the middle  connection of the refrigerator ...
  • Page 23 Troubleshooting Energy efficiency specified in the technical parameters complies  with government standards and is measured under the following  conditions: ambient temperature 25℃, refrigerator compartment  temperature 5℃, freezer compartment temperature -18℃ and 24h  continuous operation with doors closed. Actual power consumption may  exceed this value if more food in storage, ambient temperature higher  and the door more frequently opened.  Excessive vibration will result  in the following circumstances: a)The refrigerator is not well  positioned and adjusted. b)The refrigerator is placed on a  wood floor or near to wooden  furniture. Liquid refrigerant flowing in the  evaporator may produce a slight  sound similar to that of flowing  water. When the refrigerator is  stopped, the backflow  refrigerant may also generate  that sound. Swoosh Swoosh...
  • Page 24 After-sales service In the event that the refrigerator does not work properly, please check  out and solve problems according to the following methods. If problems  persist, contact the after-sales service center. Information of model,  accessory list and serial number of the refrigerator is required.  P l e a s e  d e t e r m i n e  t h e  c a u s e  o f  t h e  p r o b l e m  b e f o r e  m a k i n g  a n y  r e p a i r . T...
  • Page 25 After-sales service P l e a s e  d e t e r m i n e  t h e  c a u s e  o f  t h e  p r o b l e m  b e f o r e  m a k i n g  a n y  r e p a i r . S...
  • Page 26 Technical information   Packing list T e c h n i c a l  i n f o r m a t i o n Cl im ate class Rating Mo de l H RF -3 80 H SN  N ST T H RF -3 40 H SN...
  • Page 27 Circuit diagram H R F - 3 4 0 H  / H R F - 3 8 0 H...
  • Page 28                 M e a n i n g  o f  c r o s s e d  - o u t  w h e e l e d  d u s t b i n :  D...

This manual is also suitable for:

Hrf-380h