Always remember to unplug the appliance before cleaning. Never unplug your refrigerator by pulling on the power cord. Always grip plug firmly and pull straight out from the outlet. All electrical repairs must be carried out by qualified electricians.
Parts 1. Temperature regulator 4. Bottle rack 7. Lock The manufacturer reserves the right to improve the product from time to time without further notice. 2. Ice tray 3. Evaporator 5. Shelf 6. Water tray...
Do not open the door more often than necessary to lessen cold air escape. For adequate air circulation, do not overfill the refrigerator. Adjust the temperature regulator in accordance with the ambient temperature and the amount of foods. them...
C-15 6-7 Fast refrigeration and making ice. After that, reset the temperature to a normal setting. Otherwise, the foods in the refrigerator may be frozen. Note: Foods in compartment may get frozen in following cases, The temperature regulator is set at a higher figure than necessary.
Unplug the appliance Clean and dry the inner compartment. Open the door for 2 or 3 days to dry the inner compartment thoroughly. A refrigerator that is set out of use without cleaning may suffer from unpleasant odors or mildew.
Defrosting/Cleaning Defrosting The surface of evaporator ices up when the refrigerator is working. When the frost layer is thick as 3mm, the refrigerator must be defrosted and cleaned. Otherwise, it may results in lower efficiency and high energy consumption. 1. Take out foods and ice tray. Keep the door open.
Moving the refrigerator Unplug the appliance Take out foods and dry the water tray before moving the refrigerator. Note: Do not hold the refrigerator by its door and the piping of condensor-That’s dangerous! When a power failure is announced No defrosting Set the temperature regulator to the highest figure.
Frequent door opens. The appliance doesn’t stand level. Some part of the refrigerator rubs against the wall or other furniture. It’s normal that the noise of flowing refrigerant can be heard during the interval of the stop and restart of the compressor.