HOW TO USE պ΢ჳقप REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER ̠γഒᓷϒь੝Вϻ۞ྫϕሑ

պ΢ჳ‫ق‬प
HOW TO USE
̠γഒᓷϒь੝Вϻ۞ྫϕሑ
REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER
ͫࡩϵ๳͑‫ࡷ・׃‬೫・ඹ‫ܒ‬պ΢
For use in Singapore, Hong Kong
and Vietnam only.
ࣜࣳ΢ For household use
‫ܮ‬༴
Model
R-S42CMS
R-S42CMH
ˤ۞ӜВ Five doors
œ ᓊඵ‫ݣ‬Ă‫ۑ‬Щպ΢ढĂᄯࡌढ෢Ѿ‫ܓ‬Ą
ۨલ๐ᓂૌᓊඵ̠γྫϕሑĄ
Ъྫϕሑ‫ࣳࣜސ‬պ΢‫ڟ‬Ąቜ˼պ΢‫ػ‬੦๾΢ఊַᏽ
Іࡵ‫ڟʹ̾ܢ‬ά‫ڟ‬ʰĄ
ቜཏኧΏպ΢ჳ‫ق‬पĂ̾ሂ۳Γሂպ΢Ą
պ΢‫܉‬Ăቜਜ਼ΆཏኧĶЊϒʰ˞٧๎ձ෶ķĄ
ቜӂൡ۳႓Ώպ΢ჳ‫ق‬पჄ۳ඡपĄ
໋ઠྫϕሑκ൝͂ʡϵѿ‫ڟ‬౟‫ؚ‬պ΢ढĂ̾̅κ൝
ϱНˎ౟ढĂቜઠΏպ΢ჳ‫ق‬पᏍྫϕሑʙϣᕽκĄ
Thank you very much for purchasing a Hitachi
Refrigerator.
This refrigerator is designed for home use only.
Do not use this refrigerator for the business use
and/or any purpose other than storing food.
Please read this operation manual carefully
and ensure you use the appliance correctly.
In particular, be sure to read the “Safety
Suggestions” section of this operation manual
before use.
Please keep this operation manual along with your
guarantee card.
Hand over this operation manual together with
the refrigerator when the refrigerator is passed
to a third party and used in a different location,
or when it is sent to a recycling plant.
8, 9ࡲ
ࣲ˱Ѿ‫͟ܓ‬৖ᄯࡌ࠘4ˉढэ24ˉढ̾ʰĄ
œ ቜᎳЈ࣠͟ঽࡵ‫ڟڐ‬਽‫ݙ‬Ăࡵ‫˞ܢ‬෢‫ڪ‬෠෢ᄪᏽ‫ع‬Ą
14, 18ࡲ
྆˷ฬઇࡵ‫ڐ‬Ă๼అЙࡵ‫̅ܢ‬௡˅௝ऎў・۞ᘰ˚Ⴇ・ყѾझ୥ѳ・˚৖ყϕĄ
● It takes time to cool for the first time.
Pg.36, 37
It may take more than 4 ∼ 24 hours to fully cool.
● Make sure that no food protrudes beyond the storage height limit of
each compartment, and allow clearance between each food in each
Pg.42, 46
compartment.
Otherwise, food and/or package may not be stored in each compartment properly, and as
a result, the door may not be closed completely. It may cause the refrigerator not to cool
sufficiently and/or not to make ice.
ࡶϑ INTRODUCTION
ᓷಉᑗѾ‫ܓ‬
Frost Recycle Cooling
Ŝ Фझҁ΢ʟэˬૃΐպ΢྆‫ڟ‬ĂོѰ˛ۣൿϵѾ‫ܓ‬ዢʰ‫ڟ‬ൖᓷĄ
ઠᓷ‫ڟ‬ѾॉФझོ΢‫ػ‬Ѿ‫ܓ‬Ѿᕠ݉・ሹَ۳ᔀ݉Ăծ̸ҁ΢ᓷ‫͟˷̫ڟ‬թ̥ࡵ‫ੁڟܢ‬ᑍĄ
● Effectively utilizes frost which is adhered to radiator when refrigerator is operating and was useless before.
Utilizes the cold of frost to cool Refrigerator Compartment and Vegetable Compartment, and prevents food
from drying utilizing the moisture of frost.
߸ྫᇁВ
Energy saving mode
๑ࡌԁ෌ʙԏ߸ྫढĂઠϨ݉‫ڟ‬ຣ‫ݙ‬௩‫ס‬ăѾ‫ܓ‬ቡࣵĂ̾͟᝱ᐆᑻጠ̾ѳᕽఀվོᕽĄ
ŏ ϰ߸ྫᇁВ๼࡬ѳѾ‫ܓ‬झَĂФ͟৖అЙϕଽାᝐ௺‫ؖ‬๐֗Ѿ‫ܓ‬झَྲྀ࣯‫ڟ‬૑ӜĄ
11ࡲ
To save energy more actively, the energy saving mode increases the temperature setting for each
compartment and reduces the number of revolutions for the compressor.
※ In the energy saving mode, the cooling capacity is reduced. You may feel that cooling is not enough, for example, ice-cream becomes softer.
˛෢Ѿ࢝݉Ⴤ 3 ᅹѾ࢝୽
Ŝ
Ŝ
■
■
Pg.39
Mid-Freezer Lay-out and 3-Layer freezer case
˃࣠ු‫ڟ‬ʰᅹѾ࢝݉਩༊ϵպ΢̟‫ڟۯ‬Ķ˛෢ķĄ
ʮᅹѾ࢝݉˱਩Ф 3 ࢏˚ϣ୏‫ڟݙ‬Ѿ࢝୽Ă̾͟շጃࡵ‫ˉ˃ڟܢ‬ጌᇓϴᏽ‫ع‬Ą
Freezer Compartment with bigger capacity is arranged in the "Mid" for easy access.
3-Layer freezer case with different depths in which you can fitly store various foods according to their sizes
is equipped in the Lower Freezer.
3 ᅹѾ࢝୽…ቜշጃࡵ‫ˉ˃ڟܢ‬վᏽ‫ع‬Ą
3-Layer freezer case … Store foods according to their sizes.
薄滑動盒:到 5cm 高為止
Slimline slide case : Up to 5cm in height
(前)
(Front)
滑動盒:到盒子頂端為止
Slide case : Up to the top line of the case
下層冷凍盒:到盒子頂端為止
Lower freezer case : Up to the top line of the case
œ ‫ۑ‬Щպ΢ढĂࣲ˱Ѿ‫࠘ܓ‬ᄯ 4 ˉढэ
24 ˉढ̾ʰĄ
● It may take more than 4 ∼ 24
hours to fully cool for the first
time.
ʭ઼ႍʨਸ਼৚
œ ቜᎳЈϨ࢏ᏽІ୽‫࣠͟ڟ‬ঽࡵ‫ܢ‬਽‫ݙ‬Ą
Ğҏ‫܌‬๼అЙ۞ᘰ˚Ⴇğ
● Make sure that any food does not
protrude beyond the storage height
limit of each case. (Otherwise, the
door may not close completely.)
Triple-power deodorizer
ҁ΢ʭႍਸ਼৚ԅट‫ڟ‬஢ϫĂФझϴ͞ਸ਼ϕሑ˱ҤФஅᑦᘸă೨শᘸă⻈અᘸăᄖᘸ൉ 4 ˃৚ॉປ‫ڟ‬Ϩႍ୴֨ĄЪ
ʹᓙ৖ӻ̥ᔮႩ‫ؚ‬ऐऔ‫ڟ‬஠ඃ‫ڟ‬ᒅ೥Ą
ਸ਼৚ᔮႩ֎Фਸ਼ඃ‫ڟ‬झَĄ
A combination of three types of deodorizing materials suppresses various odors in the fridge, including four typical
orders originating from sulfur, nitrogen, aldehyde and acid, and the growth of bacteria trapped in the filter.
The deodorant filter is effective for sterilization.
̾͟ӻ֙Ѿᕠࣲ˱‫ڟ‬௨ϻ֨ཾĄ
œཐ᝛ጠᘰĈʙৡ਒࿦‫ٲ‬ʡ BOKEN ‫ܢ‬ቴඟᅋጠ်œཐ᝛̟
‫ٲ‬Ĉ͓ሰઝ‫( ٲ݌‬JIS Z2801) œ௎୩ྭχϪႎĈᔮႩœਸ਼ඃ
̟‫ٲ‬Ĉઠᄖ˽ᚉ౬ฯ‫ء‬ϵᔮႩʰœဇණĈϵᔮႩʰ૴෱஠ඃ
œཐ᝛ൖَĈ24 ˉढ࢐ྀ̾֗͟ 99% ‫ڟ‬ਸ਼ඃझَĄ‫ސ‬ᔮႩ
౐᝝‫ؒڟ‬৖Ą֏झَ˚๼ٰ̅֗Ѿᕠࣲ˱ϒ᝝̅ࡵ‫ܢ‬Ą
2
Restricting also various odors in the refrigerator.
● Testing institution: The Boken Quality Evaluation Institute ● Test method: Film
contact method (JIS Z2801) ● Part name: Filter ● Sterilization method: Oxidation
catalyst is applied to a filter ● Target: bacteria collected by the filter ● Test result
Bacterial eradication rate is 99% after 24 hours. This shows stand-alone performance
of the filter. It won’t have an effect on the entire compartment or foods.
άᏃ
պ΢˞‫܉‬
œ Њϒʰ‫ڟ‬٧๎ձ෶ ................................................... 4
œ ձ‫܉‬ລర ................................................................. 8
պ΢‫ڟ܉‬ລర .......................................................... 8
・ ௩༊ ..................................................................... 8
・ ‫ס־‬ϕሑ .............................................................. 8
・ ሑ۞‫΁ڟ‬ᎋቡጌ ................................................... 8
・ ᘰ‫ྫػ‬ປನᏞ̅૥ϴ ............................................ 9
・ ϕሑ˱‫ڟ‬Ѿ‫ ܓ‬....................................................... 9
஋੝・๨ོ‫ڟ‬ձ‫܉‬ລర ( ๨ࣜढ ) ............................ 9
œ պ΢̟‫ ٲ‬............................................................... 10
・ ጇѰఋ ............................................................... 10
・ Ϩ݉‫ڟ‬Ϫႎ・І‫ ڐࡵع‬...................................... 11
・Ķ໽ྫķᇁВ‫ڟ‬௩‫̟ס‬В .................................... 11
պ΢̟‫ٲ‬
œ Ѿᕠ݉ ................................................................... 12
・ ̾͟ӽᝐ਽‫ ݙ‬..................................................... 13
・ ϕຣ݉ ............................................................... 13
・ ቡ໽Ѿᕠ݉ຣ‫ ݙ‬................................................. 13
・ ‫ݨ‬ఀѾ‫ݨ ( ܢࡵܓ‬Ѿᕠ ) ..................................... 13
œ Ѿ࢝݉ ................................................................... 14
・ ʰᅹѾ࢝݉ ........................................................ 14
・ ʮᅹѾ࢝݉ ........................................................ 14
・ ࣠͟ঽࡵ‫ڟܢ‬਽‫ ݙ‬............................................. 14
・ ቡ໽Ѿ࢝݉ຣ‫ ݙ‬................................................. 15
・ ઠຣᇥ‫ݨܢࡵڟ‬ఀѾ࢝ ( ‫ݨ‬Ѿ࢝ )....................... 15
œ ყϕ݉Ğь੝ყϕጠğ............................................ 16
・ ყϕ̟‫ ٲ‬............................................................ 16
・ ˚ყఅϕี ( ყϕ੄̥ ) ..................................... 16
・ Ӥఀყఅϕี ( ‫ݨ‬ఀყϕ ) .................................. 17
・ ҙ‫ڣ‬൝̫ᚌΰጷ ................................................. 17
・ ყϕढ෢Ⴤყϕ৖ʨ .......................................... 17
œ ሹَ۳ᔀ݉ ............................................................ 18
・ ʮ޲༊‫ · ୽ڐ‬ᅶᆄʰ޲༊‫ ୽ڐ‬............................ 18
۳ኴ̟‫ٲ‬
œ ۳ኴ̟‫ٲ‬Ɵϕሑ˱ · ϕሑʹ‫ڟ‬۳ኴ......................... 19
・ വ୪ᄼᜰढ ........................................................ 19
・ ྫປನᏞ ............................................................ 19
・ ϕሑ˱ · ϕሑʹ‫଼ڟ‬૭ ....................................... 19
œ ֣ਸ਼஢χ‫ ٲ̟ڟ‬..................................................... 20
œ ь੝ყϕጠ‫ڟ‬۳ኴ ................................................. 22
・ ‫ۑ‬Щպ΢ढƟʙ්̾ʰԠФպ΢ढ .................... 22
・ Ԑ଼්ᇓʙЩ ..................................................... 23
・ ʙБ଼ᇓʙЩ ..................................................... 23
・ ‫۝‬ढ෢˚պ΢ढ ................................................. 23
྄֗ੰᖠढ
œ ྄֗ੰᖠढ ............................................................ 24
・ ᓊඵ‫ݣ‬Ă‫ۑ‬Щպ΢ढલФ‫ڟ‬ၸੰ ........................ 24
・ ጇѰ࡭ٖԠФ̆ᐖ ............................................. 24
・ ь੝ყϕ˚Γલ ................................................. 24
・ Ф୴֨ ............................................................... 25
・ ˚Ѿ ................................................................... 25
・ ൖᓷ · ൖᛩ ......................................................... 26
・ ̊Ѿ ................................................................... 26
・ ሑ۞਽ѳ˚΁ᎋ̾̅ޯଇ ................................... 26
・ ϕሑവᇥ ............................................................ 26
・ ᒐࡱ˚ဇ ............................................................ 27
・ ֏͂ ................................................................... 27
œ ௻ႍ૑‫ٷ‬ʮƟͪᓊྭχ .......................................... 28
œĦeco ོᕽ᝗ΰጷħƟሑ۞ᚌౢዢƟጇѰఋᖇ‫͒ס‬৖ ... 29
œ Фᘰႇ଱˽ϫ‫ڟڐ‬ϕሑƟ௣िƟ࣠͟ঽ‫ ුࡧܢࡵڟ‬... 59
3
Њϒʰ‫ڟ‬٧๎ձ෶
ቜਜ਼ΆᎳЈ
ߏʟթ̥Ϡࣛ֗պ΢‫͂֏ؖڱ‬ʡ̅అЙ਒ਜ਼ʰ‫ڟ‬๬ͶĂቜਜ਼ΆᎳЈ̾ʮձ෶Ą
Ŝ ̾ʮઠ̾ᆿΰ̟ВĂ੢˷̅ჳ‫ق‬؇ගᆿΰ˱࣠фჲ΢
ढ‫ؚ‬୰Ρ‫ڟ‬ϠࣛჄ๬Ͷു‫ݙ‬Ą
Ŝ ̾ʮઠ̾࿧ΰᆿΰ̟ВĂ੢˷̅ჳ‫ق‬ᐖᎳЈ˱࣠‫ڟ‬ႍ
ᘸĄĞ̾ʮߏ࿧ΰᆿΰսğ
ᚌҙ
Ъᆿΰᚽ‫ے‬ΰĶ͟৖๼అЙЫʹ‫ؖ‬ᙒ
ࡧʡ՘ฌࣛķĄ
Ъ࿧ΰᆿΰߏĶ໱̥ķ˱࣠Ğቜ˼ઈї˞ձ෶ğĄ
٧๎
Ъᆿΰᚽ‫ے‬ΰĶ͟৖๼വΡʡ՘ฌࣛ
‫ؖ‬਒୰๬Ͷ˞ྱഁ˱࣠ķĄ
Ъ࿧ΰᆿΰߏĶ઼֙ķ˱࣠Ğቜਜ਼Άઈї˞ձ෶ğ
Ą
Ŝ Ъϕሑպ΢͟ጽؒ‫ڟ‬ѾຯĄ̾ʮ‫ڟ‬ᆿΰᚽ਄ཷᘰ‫͟ػ‬ጽؒѾຯ‫ڟ‬٧๎ձ෶Ą
Ъ࿧ΰᆿΰߏ͟ጽؒѾຯ‫ڟ‬٧๎ձ෶Ą
R600a
ᚌҙ
Њཆढ
œ ਬဇϴኪ൉̈ഓԮࣛੈЁթ̥ᕚࢇ௎༊Ą
・ ᓗѻϰᕚࢇф֧ฌĄ
œ ቜ˼௩༊‫ػ‬ᇘᑆ‫ؖ‬๼௝̫ା
֗‫ڟ‬౟‫ؚ‬Ą
9ࡲ
๮थ˚‫ס‬
໱̥ାᑆ
・ ᓗѻϰྫॉ൘ሢ˚Պф̕ਔᚉ
ྫą̬Ԯ‫ڟ‬ϠᏎĄ
ྫປ̅ྫປྫሣ
໱̥
œ պ΢ढቜ˼਽‫ػ‬ನࣴ‫ؖ‬਩ሣ
ዢ֎‫ڟ‬ᖞ‫޺ྫס‬Ą
ቜ˼պ΢κ޺ᖞ‫ྫס‬ᐆ̾ʹ
‫ྫڟ‬ປĄ
࠷Ⴤ֏͂ྫዢನᏞց΢Ă‫ؖ‬
պ΢ʭ࡭ನࣴ൉Ă๼ϰ୴લ
വᇥфఅЙ̬Ԯ‫ڟ‬ϠᏎĄ
œ ቜ˼᝱ྫሣąನᏞক๬Ą
໱̥
ቜ˼᝱ྫሣ֧๬ą͑ˎą
૥ۖവᇥዢ֎ą ܎઼ᜉ
ТąӯТą‫؜‬Ӷąࡸཷ
ࡧ‫ڐ‬ą᝱ϕሑᐆўྫሣ
‫ؖ‬ऒ༇ྫሣĄ
ϵː֧๬‫ڑڟ‬ဘʮպ΢ढĂ
๼̕വᚉྫą഻཯ą̬Ԯ‫ڟ‬ϠᏎĄ
・ቜ౐ጿպ΢ᖞ‫ ޺ྫס‬10A ̾ʰ‫ڟ‬ನࣴĄ
・ྫປሣ๬ᖽढĂ෸Υყఅᆅ੦‫و֏ؖ‬ਜ਼௎‫ؖ‬
֎Фߺᘰཥि‫ڟ‬ʡࢷ͑̾ԁಲ̾ᓗѻϠᏎĄ
œ ઠನᏞ‫ྫڟ‬ሣϩʮĂઠನᏞሂ
ဂನʣನࣴ˱Ą
・ ЃَನᏞ̟ϩߺ̆ನʣĂ๼൝
ྫሣᅨ͑ࡒጊĂЙߏ഻཯ąᚉྫą
ਔ̬‫ࢨڟ‬ϰĄ
・ ЃَನᏞನુ˚ઊӇϒĂʶઠ
๼ЙߏϰᚉྫĂവᇥфዲ࠮̬Ԯ‫ࢨڟ‬ϰĄ
4
œ ቜ˼΢ᇘᑆ‫̙ڟ‬Ă‫ئ‬ਸ਼ನᏞĄ
・๼̕ਔᚉྫĄ
໱̥ᑆ̙
œ Ώྫዢ˚৖ϵԠФʡࢷၿໜ
̾̅‫ݾ‬ΰ˞ʮĂ᝱᝝ʨă‫ڣ‬ᚈă
̾̅Ⴀড˚੊ϒ‫ڟ‬ʡጿьጇ
Ѱ ( ͓Ҥˉ݆ )Ąծቜ٧๎̾̅Ꮝढၿໜ
˸˼᝱ˉ݆‫ࠟږ‬ΏྫዢĄ
ᚌҙ
Њ
ϒ
ʰ
‫ڟ‬
٧
๎
ձ
෶
ྫປ̅ྫປྫሣ
œ ቜ‫ס‬ೈ଼ਸ਼ನᏞʰ‫ڟ‬и࿨Ą
໋ನᏞંፖи࿨ढ๼ϰᑆ
ॉфఅЙ൘ሢ˚ՊĂ෌ф
̕ਔ̬ԮĄ
œ ෌їϕሑ۳ኴĂቜਜ਼Ά
‫ئ‬૬ನᏞĄ
Фᚉྫ‫֧ؖ‬ฌ‫ڟ‬ϠᏎĄ
23ࡲ
・ ቜઠನᏞሂဂ‫ૃڟ‬ನࣴ
˱‫͎ئ‬Ą
・ ቜ‫ئ‬ਸ਼ನᏞϔ΢ੁ΀ᐢ‫୑ੁݺ‬Ą
ϵʙৡպ΢‫ڟ‬૑‫ٷ‬ʮ
໱̥ାᑆ
໱̥
œ ቜ˼ઠҤ̫࣠ዢ‫ع‬ϵϕሑʰĄ
໱̥ାᑆ
・ ᕚࢇ‫̫ڟ‬๼అЙྫॉ஢χ൘ሢ˚
ՊфവΡၓྫą̬Ԯąᚉྫ‫ڟ‬Ϡ
ᏎĄ
œ ϵۣۖቜ˼պ΢͟ጽؒ
ᅢᘴ΢‫ܢ‬Ą
໱̥
œ ቜ˼ϵϕሑʰ‫ع‬༊‫ܢڐ‬Ą
໱̥
œ ቜ˼̙ᚉь੝ყϕጠ‫ڟ‬
ጠଡఋѝĄ
໱̥૥ᚉ
・ ყϕᇺଋᕽढĂ̙ࣼؐ๼
֧ฌĄ
・ ᓗѻϰሑ۞෠ᘰ൉ྫ
ॉ૥ᔈ̕ਔ‫̕ۆ̬ڟ‬
വ̬ԮĄ
œ ቜ˼΢վ۳Іᗾ‫ؖܢ‬ደ௚ཐ
ᆺĄ
・ᓗѻϰ෠ఖሑ۞ĂఅЙ‫ܢڐ‬૬
༣ф֧ฌĄ
໱̥
Benzine
・ಮവ‫ٶ‬ąʚ⻆ąLP Ο಼ą
ൃᚗଶąᔇൿዘ๼വΡ̕
ᗖ‫ڟ‬ϠᏎĄ
LP gas
œ ቜ˼‫ع‬ʣ࣠‫ܢڐڟ̬̕ؾ‬Ą
・ ᓗѻϰྫॉ൘ሢ˚՗ф̕ਔ
ᚉྫą̬ԮĄ
binder
œ ቜ˼΢̫ାᑆ̺᝝Ⴤሑ˱Ą
・ Ά෸ᙒि႓୩‫ܢڐڟ‬Ă˚͟
۳І‫ࣳࣜػ‬΢ϕሑ˱Ą
œ ቜ˼ᙚϵሑ۞ʰᅯᐛĂ‫ؖ‬
ችϵНঽ୽ʰĄ
໱̥
œ ቜ٧๎˚ࡌ᝱݆˅࢈‫ࠟږ‬Ą
・ ᓗѻϰᕚࢇĂҶ̙֗‫ݾ‬ф
֧ฌĄ
œ ቜ˚ࡌ‫֣ض‬ϕሑ˱ጷ‫ڟ‬ა˅Ą
໱̥
・ ጷ‫پ‬๬ᖽढĂ෸Υყఅᆅ੦
‫و֏ؖ‬ਜ਼௎‫֎ؖ‬Фߺᘰཥि
‫ڟ‬ʡࢷ͑̾ԁಲ̾ᓗѻϠᏎĄ
5
ᚌҙ
R600a
ᘰ‫ػ‬Ѿ౬ĞΥ‫ػ‬௻‫ސ‬ʙႍ͟ጽؒ‫ڟ‬ॉ᝝ R600a: ୴ʛ᾵Ăቜ٧๎̾ʮ‫ڟ‬ձ෶Ąğ
໱̥
œ ˚̾͟ᒳ൛൉አҁ‫֘ܢڐ‬
ฌϕሑΏ᝝Ą
Υ‫ػ‬պ΢͟ጽؒ‫ڟ‬Ѿ౬Ă
໋Ѿ౬ૃϕሑ˱ዩ‫ڟ‬਩႓
ʹ߉Ă๼Фਔ̬ąᗖߔ‫ڟ‬
ϠᏎĄ
œ Њཆ‫ڟ‬ढ࢐Ăϵֺ౜ࡌᖔ෠
ʙղ෢ᄪĂሂ۳Ф՗ઊ‫ڟ‬ಹ
ᇥ‫ڪ‬෢Ą
8ࡲ
࠷Ѿ౬ʹ߉‫ڟ‬૑‫ݻٷ‬ᛉĂ๼
Фਔ̬ąᗖߔ‫ڟ‬ϠᏎĄ
œ ቜ˼๬ฌϕሑ‫ڟ‬Ѿ
‫ܓ‬႓཯Ą
Ѿຯ਩႓๬ᖽढĂ
ቜઠϕሑᄉᖔ̬ປ
ծᓗѻպ΢ྫዢ΢
‫ܢ‬Ą
਩႓๬ᖽढĂቜዑӤઠ۞൅Έ෠ĂծჄ༄ኛ
੦‫̠ؖ‬γӬ௚˛̖ᒒ൜Ą
œ Ѓᄯ෌їᆀଣ௎୩ढĂቜᒒ൜
༄ኛ੦‫ؖ‬ᑗ۳།ཥປϱН˛̖
ટሣĂκ൝͂࢈෌їટ๾௎୩Ą
࠷Ѿ౬ʹ߉๼Фਔ̬ąᗖߔ‫ڟ‬
ϠᏎĄ
œ ਸ਼ᆅ੦‫ݚ‬ᚊ̟‫ʹٲ‬Ă˚ુ
պ΢ጠଡˎ֎‫֏ؖ‬ͺˎ֎
վ͑ఀਸ਼ᓷ‫ു྆ڟ‬Ą
œ ቜ˼ϵϕሑ˱ఋպ΢
ྫዢ΢‫ܢ‬Ą
໱̥
໱̥
・ ЃѾ౬ʹ߉Ăྫॉ૥
ᔈ‫ؚ‬୰Ρ‫ۆ̬ڟ‬Ă๼
Фਔ̬ąᗖߔ‫ڟ‬ϠᏎĄ
œ ᚌҙᆿᝆַᄜഖΆ෸ʙ‫ڢ‬԰‫઻־‬ථ‫ػ‬ᐆᑻዢ
ʰַϕሑʰĄ
R600a
໲ʙФʮϖ૑Ӝ
œ ໋୰‫୴ܢ‬લ‫ވؖ‬ᄫढĂቜ
‫ئ‬૬ನᏞ੄ོ̥ᕽĄ
Фᚉྫ‫֧ؖ‬ฌ‫ڟ‬ϠᏎĄ
・ ቜਜ਼Άϵ‫ئ‬ਸ਼ನᏞढಫўನ
ᏞĄ
œ ቜ˼ьї˷ཌą࢓୩ąӽఅĄ
ᓗѻവΡ̬ԮĂ୴લ੝Ѱ
ф֧ฌĄ
໱̥˷ཌ
・ᄯ˷ཌąႰ࢓ढĂቜ߁༄ኛ
̈́୩੦Ą
œ ͟ጽؒॉ᝝ʹၓढĂ˼૥ᚉϕሑĂቜγ҉෠ଂ൅̘෌їಲॉĄ
・ᓗѻϰሑ۞෠ᘰ൉ྫॉ૥ᔈ‫ۆ̬ڟ‬ĂфവΡ̕ᗖą̬Ԯąጻฌ൉ϠᏎĄ
ᘰʰ෠ᘰ
ᆀଣ௎୩ढ
œ ϵ൉‫ݟ‬ᆀଣ‫ڐ‬ϔҁ΢۳႓˞ᄬĂϰФ΂֋௝ჲҨϵሑ˱˞༲Ăቜઠ۞࿬‫ض‬ʮվĄ
6
٧๎
஋੝ • ๨ོढ
œ ቜ˼ϵ࣠‫֘ؾ‬ฌ‫ڟ‬ϴٖ
ʰպ΢ϕሑ຤ኈĄ
ᓗѻϰ຤ኈф֘ฌϴٖĄ
໱̥
œ ๨ོढĂቜ΢̙‫̙ݻ‬
Ӱ๨ོĄ
࢑࠷ԠФ̙‫ݻ‬Ӱ̙Ă͟৖
๼ϰ̙຤ф֧ฌĄ
ˉ̖ĊĊ
・ቜϵ࣠‫֘ؾ‬ฌ‫ڟ‬ϴٖʰኜ
ʰ۳ᛖٖĄ
・ ቜ࿍΢ 2 ʡ̾ʰ̙‫̙ݻ‬Ӱ
๨ོĄ
・ ๨ོढቜЃ࿧ΰৡઠሑ۞೉ʰĄ
・ ቜ˚ࡌ΢ਔࡧጠ൉ϤਔӰ̙Ą
・ ߏʟթ̥ྫປನᏞăྫሣʮ‫ܭ‬Ăቜ̾ሲ΀‫־‬
‫ס‬Ą
Њ
ϒ
ʰ
‫ڟ‬
٧
๎
ձ
෶
ϵʙৡպ΢‫ڟ‬૑‫ٷ‬ʮ
œ ቜ˼ϵය˃୭෽ट‫ڟ‬ᒁᄪ෢ϔฬʣ֏͂୭
ᝬĄ
໱̥
・ ܎઼‫ع‬ʣය˃୭෽ट୭‫ݣ‬Ă
ϵ෠ఖሑ۞ढĂ͟৖๼ϰ
૬༣ф֧ฌĄ
œ ቜ˼᝱ࡵ‫͎͏ܢ‬ᅹ‫ޜ‬Ą
・ᓗѻϰྙ֗୭ᝬ‫ݣ‬૬
༣ф֧ฌĄ
໱̥
œ ቜ˼ઠ୭˅‫ع‬ϵѾ࢝݉˱Ą
œ ϣढ෠ଂʠ࢏̾ʰ‫ڟ‬ሑ۞
ढĂ‫͂֏ڱؖ‬ʡʶϵ໦ᚉϕ
ሑढĂቜሂჯ̙‫ސݾ‬ҏ๼௝
ϕሑ۞ҶўĄ
・ ˱࣠‫ڐ‬ൖ࢝๼պ୭˅ক඙Ă
࣠‫֧ؾ‬ฌĄ
໱̥
・ ᓗѻ̙‫ݾ‬௝۞Ⴤ۞˞෢‫ڟ‬ᒁ
ᄪ‫ؚ‬ҶฌĄ
œ ᘰ‫ت‬ઢ‫ڟܮ‬ሑ۞ढĂቜ˼
̙‫ݻ‬ʰ̟૰෌Ą
໱̥
・ ‫ݸ‬ў۞ʰ̟ᘰ‫ت‬ઢ๼Ҷў̙
‫֧ؾ࣠ݾ‬ฌĄ
œ ቜ˼΢ᇘᑆ‫̙ڟ‬໦ᚉѾ
࢝݉˱‫࣠ؖܢࡵڟ‬ዢĄ
໱̥
œ ෠ଂశ‫׻‬ᅹ‫ڟ‬ሑ۞ढĂቜ
˼᝱༚ኬۖϕሑĄ
໱̥
・ ᓗѻϵ෠ଂሑ۞ढĂ໦ᚉ
֗༚‫׻‬ф֧ฌĄ
œ ̙༚˚ࡌ‫ع‬෌ϕሑ‫׻ڟ‬ఋĄ
଼୩ढઠ̙Ѫʣϕሑ‫׻‬ʮढĂ͟৖๼௝ᛡٖ
సฌĄ
໱̥
・ ᓗѻ࢝ฌĄĞ̎֏‫ۜސ‬ᚴ
ყ୰‫ܢ‬ğ
œ ቜ˼ࡵ΢Ф୴֨Ă
ːᝐѓ‫ܢࡵڟ‬Ą
໱̥
Ф؏֨
・ ᓗѻϰࡵ‫ܢ‬Ⴛଁф̕വ
ॽॾĄ
œ ߏʟթ̥̫၎֗ϴٖʰĄ
‫۝‬ढ෢۞Ⴤϕሑ෢ФᒁᄪढĂൖᛩ̫‫ؖ‬ਸ਼
ᓷ̫͟৖๼၎ʮĄቜሂဂᘰႧϕሑ۞᝱۞
Ⴤϕሑ˞෢ԠФᒁᄪĄ
7
ձ‫܉‬ລర
պ΢‫ڟ܉‬ລర
1
௩༊
œ ઀‫ڟ΁̫・־‬ϴٖ
ϴ೧・ွွнĞ̠В৩჊ϴٖğ
・̣ٖϴ・อሲϴٖ൉ࣼؐ๼ФᝐӜ・ᝐѓ‫͟ڟ‬৖Ăቜ࿬Ğ1cm ‫ܔ‬ğ‫ٖڟ‬Ą
œ ᓗѻ෨ώ‫ַ࣢ڢ‬਽ຣ
œ ˚ᇘᑆ・‫ڪ‬ॉ޺௽‫ڟ‬ϴ̟
௻ղ͟թ̥Ѿ‫͒ܓ‬୥ʮ࡬Ăᓗѻྫ඲ᅨ͑Ąф̸͟ӻ֙ᝐѓ̾̅Ρ銹Ą
ʰ̟ߏ 5cm ̾ʰ
œ ߏʟ۳‫ݻ‬ՊЁѾ‫ܓ‬झ୥Ăϵֺ౜ቜ‫ڪ‬෠͈˷‫ڟ‬ಹᇥ‫ڪ‬෢Ą
œ Ώ᝝੏࡭‫͵˛ڟ‬ఋ˷‫ےؚ̨ސ‬ΰ‫ˈ̏ڟ‬ി˃Ą
௩༊ढቜሂ۳͈ཉ‫ڪڟ‬෢Ą
œ ࠧ࡭͟ኬᑓ௩༊Ą࠷Фए੝ࡱ‫˚ސؖ‬ᘹ᝱ᑓዩәᜰ̅ᝐѓ‫ڟ‬བྷĂ
ቜ‫ڪ‬෠ʙղ෢ᄪĄ
;͡ 1cm ̾ʰ
2
‫ס־‬ϕሑ
œ ଋᕽϕሑ‫̟܉‬ʮ੏‫ڟ‬ቡጌ༚Ăվቡጌϕሑ΁ᎋĄ( ቜպ΢ۣᚴટ΢ˎ֎̅ቡጌ࿬ (2 ࢏ )Ą
1
2
3
̙‫ݻ‬༚ࣴᛖა‫֍ڟ‬႒Ă΢ʨ‫؜‬ϩ՘‫܉‬
֣ʮĄ
ઠቡጌ࿬‫ع‬ϵቡጌ༚‫ڟ‬ʮ̟Ąቜઠቡ
ጌ༚ቡጌэ‫΁͡;ݣ܉‬ᎋ‫ڑڟ‬ဘĄ
ŏ ϵ‫ع‬ʣቡጌ࿬˞‫܉‬Ăቜઠቡጌ༚‫ڟ‬
‫׻‬ఋჄϴٖᐢ‫୑ੁݺ‬Ą࠷Фᖕ‫ڐ‬ढ
ઠФ͟৖๼֘ฌϴٖĄଋᕽ࡬ѳቡ
ጌ༚Ă̾‫ס־‬ϕሑĄ( ;͡֍࢏ϴ̟ )
1
2
ቡጌ༚
༚ࣴᛖა
ሑ۞‫΁ڟ‬ᎋቡጌ
œ ௩༊‫ڟ‬ϴ̟˚΁Ăϴٖ̊௺Ă͑ʰࡵ‫ුࡧڟڐ‬Ăϕሑ༚๼ʮԖĂሑ۞๼ിФޯଇĄ
Ɩ ጠ৖ʰԠФੰᖠĂЃ˭๎ቜ‫ݸ‬Ѓʮ‫ڟ‬ԏ᝽෌ї΁ᎋቡጌĄ
෌ї;̫͡΁ቡጌĂծպϕሑ‫܉ڟ‬੏ി์਽ʙᔈ̟͟‫ۯ‬ᘰ۞̾ᓗѻ۞ԠᘰЁĄ
1
ቜպ΢ۣᚴ‫ڟ‬ટ΢ˎ֎ቡጌሑ۞ʮԖʙ̟‫ڟ‬ቡጌ༚Ă
‫͡;֗ڢ‬ϕሑ۞΁їߏ̥Ą( ቡጌ༚‫ڟ‬Ꮅᕽු‫ސ‬ĂԐଋ
ᕽ 1 ੼ߺ໋‫ػ‬ሑ۞‫ڟ‬਽ѳ࣯ල 1mm)
Ŝ ͡੏ʮޯ
Ŝ ;੏ʮޯ
2
ቜઠ༚ࣴᛖა‫͚ڟ‬ှ ( ;͡ ) ನʣ
ϕሑ‫ڟ‬Њཆ̌˱Њཆ
ቡጌ‫ݣ‬ĂϕሑΏ᝝Ⴤϴٖ‫ڟ‬ኌᐖᄯࡌ࠘
5 ̈‫ڟ‬ढ෢Ą༄྆ʙ޲ढ෢‫ݣ‬ϕሑ˫ഒ
‫΁ٲ‬ᎋढቜϔЩ‫ݸ‬ԏ᝽෌їቡጌĄ
Њཆ̌
鈎К
2
༚ࣴᛖა
ଋᕽ࡬ѳ;
ᘞ‫ڟ‬ቡጌ༚
1
3
ଋᕽ࡬ѳ͡
ᘞ‫ڟ‬ቡጌ༚
1
3
œ ЃЪʶഒ‫ٲ‬ቡጌชଇढĂቜպ΢ͪᓊྭχĶቡጌٖķ( ྭχሡ༴ R-Y6000 500)Ą
ཏ஠ቜ߁Ϩኛੵ‫׹‬Ą
௽‫ڣ‬ձ෶
8
œ ໋ϕሑ۞ϵ෠ଂ‫ڑڟ‬ဘʮĂ‫ع‬෠̙ढĂ۞Ф͟৖๼੝Ă௻ծ˚‫ވސ‬ᄫĄ
ᘰ‫ྫػ‬ປನᏞ̅૥ϴ
4
œ ௩༊‫ڢݣ‬૥౷͟ನʰྫປನᏞĄ
œ ቜ΢ጿγ‫ڟ‬ನࣴĄ
Ğྫປ 220 ∼ 230V・ᖞ‫ ޺ྫס‬10A ̾ʰğ
ձ
‫܉‬
ລ
ర
ߏʟթ̥໲ʙᚉྫĂ‫ݚ‬ᚊဂ‫ފ‬૥ϴĄ
ᒳ൛ 4 ٛ
Њϒળ ĞჄЊϒળϣཆğ
œ Ѓ௩༊ϴ̟५ѿᇘᑆĂቜჄ༄ኛ‫߁׹‬੦Ă૥ϴሣ‫ؖ‬Њཆၓྫ෠ᘰĄ
œ ͪᓊఋχĈĶϴሣĞ2.5mğķĞ୰‫ܮܢ‬༴ .NW-60R6 052ğ
ϕሑ˱‫ڟ‬Ѿ‫ܓ‬
5
œ ळጃϕሑֺ౜ຣ‫ݙ‬ăࡵ‫ڟܢ‬І‫̟ع‬В˚ϣĂϕሑ˱͈˷Ѿ‫ܓ‬ᄯࡌ 4 ˉढĂʶФ͟৖ᄯࡌ 24 ˉढ̾ʰĄ
œ ‫ۑ‬Щպ΢ь੝ყϕढĂቜጇѰь੝ყϕጠ‫଼ڟ‬ᇓĶყϕጠ଼ᇓķĄ
22ࡲ
œ ь੝෌ї௿ᛉ‫ڟ‬ყϕོᕽ‫ސ‬Ά෸ϵϕሑ˱͈˷Ѿ‫˗ݣ˞ܓ‬৖෠‫ז‬Ą
( ‫ۑ‬Щպ΢ढĂశ‫ڟۑ‬ൖϕ͟৖ᄯࡌ‫ ۆ‬24 ˉढ̾ʰĄ)
஋੝・๨ོ‫ڟ‬ձ‫܉‬ລర ( ๨ࣜढ )
œ ઠࡵ‫̅ڐ‬ϕ֥͎Ăծઠ൝̫ᇀăყϕᇺ‫ࢇ̫ڟ‬૬Ą
œ ߏʟ᝱ሑ۞˚๼ᄆ‫ؾ‬Έ෠Ăպ΢ሲ΀ઠሑ۞‫ס־‬Ą
œ ቜ‫ئ‬ਸ਼ྫປನᏞĄ
œ ߏʟթ̥ྫປನᏞăྫሣʮ‫ܭ‬Ăቜ̾ሲ΀‫ס־‬Ą
œ ϵລర๨੝̅ྱ‫ס‬ᔛ‫ڟع‬ѝ༊Ăߏʟթ̥๨ོढ֘ฌϴٖĂ‫ސؖ‬ϕ
ሑ˱ఋ೤ॼ‫޺̫ڟ‬эϴٖĂቜպ΢۳ᛖ΢‫ڟ‬ኜ࿬‫΀ؖ‬ኜϵϴٖʰĄ
œ ቜϵϴٖʰኜʰ˃ี‫΀ڟ‬Ăઠϕሑ‫ݣ؁‬ชࢇĂ᝱˱ఋ‫͎޺̫ڟ‬Ą
œ ๨ོढቜಫў๨ོӰ̙๨ོĂծቜ 2 э 4 ʡ̾ʰ෌ї๨ོĄ
œ ϵྱ‫عס‬༊‫ڟ‬ѝ༊ĂቜշັĶպ΢‫ڟ܉‬ລరķ‫ݾڟ‬ΰ෌ї௩༊Ą
ᕟ‫˒΀ڟ‬൉
8ࡲ
٧๎ձ෶
œ ቜ˼ઠࠧ࡭‫ڟ‬ᆿථᆨ૬Ąᆿථ‫ߏސ‬ʟ۳‫ؒݻ‬৖ჄЊϒؒĄ
œ ቜ˼ઠ੏࡭ʮఋ‫ڟ‬อሲྭχᆨʮĄ
ᆿථ
อटఋχ
;͡
œ ࠷ϵФஅ˽ॉ᝝ᅢ͎‫ڟ‬ຣ޶ϴ੢൉௩༊ढĂ͟৖ФΆࡌ෌ї਩႓‫ڟ‬թ銹௎୩ĂቜྱϑჄ༄ኛ‫߁׹‬੦ĄͪʹĂΥ‫ػ‬
ॉ᝝అЙ‫ވڟ‬ᄫ‫˚ސ‬ᚴ‫ػ‬۳࢓ሒ౜̾˱Ą
œ ႄᛡཆྺ‫ސؖ‬ҜᇺҜۣϵϕሑΏ᝝‫ڟ‬੏࡭‫ؖ‬ϕሑ۞‫࡭ے‬Ф͟৖๼ॼʮ୷ཬĄ
9
պ΢̟‫ٲ‬
ጇѰఋ
œጇѰ࡭ٖ‫ڟ‬࿧࿋Ğ‫ސ‬᝗ΰఋ˷ϒఋ۫ጷढ‫ڟ‬ᆇ࿋ĄဂᄬʰĂͫФᎵጅ‫̜ڟ‬Ѕ˗۫ጷĄğ
ጇѰൖԂ‫ݣ‬Ă༄྆࠘ 2 ˷ᚘ̜Ѕ᝗ΰጷၫພĄѮ‫ݨސ‬Ѿོᕽ‫ڟ‬᝗ΰ̾̅ eco ོᕽ᝗ΰጷ‫܌‬ΐၫພĄ
ࡌሂჯ௩‫ס‬ढቜ‫ݸ‬ψѤʙ࢏‫ݸ‬ᓤĄ‫܌‬᝗ΰጷϔ‫۫ݙ‬ጷĄ
ҙ‫˞ڣ‬᝗
ᎵጅყϕᇁВ
( ጇѰٖ‫ݸ‬ᓤᖇ ) œ ̾͟թ̥ጇѰᎿჲ
eco ོᕽ᝗ΰጷ
̾͟ᎵጅĶQUICKĞ‫ݨ‬ఀყϕğķă
ĶNORMALĞყϕğķă
ĶOFFĞყ
ϕ੄̥ğķᇁВĄ
16, 17ࡲ
29ࡲ
ĶWATERĞ൝̫ğķ œ ໋൝̫ᇀ˛‫̫ڟ‬೵̍
ढĂ๼ь੝᝗ΰ۫ጷĄ
17ࡲ
œĶCLEANINGĞყϕ‫଼ڟ‬ᇓğķ
ყϕᇺ̅൝̫႓཯଼̫̾͟
଼޿Ą
22ࡲ
œ ᓷಉᑗѾ‫ܓ‬ढĂ೵
̍ྫʨ॑৉Ăଂ੝
ོᕽढ‫܌‬᝗ΰጷ۫
ጷĄ
29ࡲ
œ ʶ̾͟᝱֏᝗ΰၫ
ພ
29ࡲ
᝗ΰఋ˷
̙ᚉఋ˷
Ğ෠ᘰఋ˷ğ
ቡ໽ຣ‫ݙ‬௩‫ס‬
௩‫ס‬ѾᕠࣲϨІ‫ڪع‬෢‫ڟ‬ຣ‫ݙ‬Ą
ߏʟԁ଼๿ჳ‫ق‬Ă‫ؚ‬Ф‫ڟ‬
᝗ΰ఍ҕ۫ጷ‫ڑڟ‬ဘĄ
ᎵጅѾ‫ܓ‬ᇁВ
௩‫ס‬ѾᕠࣲϨІ‫ڪع‬෢‫ڟ‬Ѿ‫ܓ‬झَ
΁લቜ௩‫ס‬ϵĶMID.Ğ˛ğķ‫ڟ‬ѝ༊Ą
Ѿᕠ݉
13ࡲ
ĶENERGY SAVINGĞ໽ྫğ
ķ
11ࡲ
Ѿ࢝݉
14ࡲ
ĶREFRIGERATORĞ‫ݨ‬Ѿᕠğ
ķ
13ࡲ
ĶFREEZERĞ‫ݨ‬Ѿ࢝ğ
ķ
15ࡲ
ϵ௻ᆺ‫ڟ‬ढ࢐
Ŝ ໋
( ጇѰٖ‫ݸ‬ᓤᖇ ) ਰᗗढĂ‫ے܌‬ΰϕሑ˱വΡ୴લ‫ٷڑ‬Ą
28ࡲ
௽‫ڣ‬ձ෶
œ ӇЙጇѰ˞‫ݣ‬Ăߏʟ߸ྫ࠘ 2 ˷ᚘ‫ݣ‬᝗ΰພጷĄѮĶFREEZERĞ‫ݨ‬Ѿ࢝ğķăĶREFRIGERATORĞ‫ݨ‬ѾᕠğķăĶENERGY
SAVINGĞ໽ྫğķăĶQUICKĞ‫ݨ‬ఀყϕğķ̾̅ĶWATERĞ൝̫ğķ᝗ΰጷăĶeco ོᕽ᝗ΰጷķ˚᝗ΰພጷĄ
œ ሂჯ௩‫ٷڑס‬ढĂቜ෠ଂϕሑ۞Ă‫ؖ‬ᚉ໦ψѤʙ࢏‫ݸ‬ᓤĄ‫܌‬ϔЩ᝗ΰ۫ጷĄ
œ ໋෠ଂϕሑ۞ढ᝗ΰ̜Ѕ۫ጷĂϕሑ۞ᘰఖ‫ ࠘ݣ‬15 ࠌ᝗ΰ̜Ѕ‫܌‬ພጷĄ
œ ቜϵ‫ؚ‬Ф‫ڟ‬ϕሑ۞఍ᘰఖ‫ڑڟ‬ဘʮዘїጇѰĄϕሑ۞෠ଂ˛‫ސؖ‬᝗ΰ̜Ѕਰᗗ‫ڑڟ‬ဘʮ໦ᚉጇѰఋ‫ݸ‬ᓤʶ˚๼Ф̆ᐖĄ
œ ϕሑ۞෠ଂය྆ 1 ˷ढĂ‫܌‬๼വ͎ᚌΰᒐĂҙ‫ڣ‬ϕሑ۞‫ސ‬෠ଂ‫ڑڟ‬ဘĄ( ໽ྫ௩‫ס‬ढਸ਼ʹ )
29ࡲ
10
Ϩ݉‫ڟ‬Ϫႎ・І‫ڐࡵع‬
Ѿᕠ݉
ϕຣ݉
12ࡲ
13ࡲ
( ࠘ 2˚C~6˚C)
( ࠘ -3˚C~0˚C)
Ѿᕠࡵ‫ܢ‬
̾͟۳ІшᘸĂధՔᘸ൉Ρᔀࡵ‫ܢ‬Ą
ሑ۞༊‫ۣۖޜڐ‬ຣ‫ݙ‬๼ി਽Ą
պ
΢
̟
‫ٲ‬
ʰ޲・ʮ޲Ѿ࢝݉
14ࡲ
( ࠘ -20˚C~-18˚C)
ყϕ݉
16ࡲ
ᏽІѾ࢝ࡵ‫ܢ‬Ăϕଽା̅ੁᕐĄ
( ࠘ -20˚C~-18˚C)
۳Іь੝ყϕጠ‫ؚ‬ყఅ‫ڟ‬ϕีĄ
15ࡲ
ѳຣѾ࢝
ሹَ۳ᔀ݉
( ࠘ -23˚C ~ -20˚C)
18ࡲ
̨̾΁લຣ‫ݙ‬ѳ‫ڟ‬ѳຣ۳ІĄ
( ࠘ 3˚C~7˚C)
̾͟‫۝‬ʴ۳ІѾ࢝ࡵ‫֨ࠛڟܢ‬
ሹඊĂَ̫Ă෽ट
ŏ ‫ސ‬ϵᑗ࿪ຣ‫ ݙ‬30˚Că˚‫ڐࡵع‬ăᘰൿ۞ăЊ‫ס‬ढ‫ڟ‬ᆿລࢄĄ
Ķ໽ྫķᇁВ‫ڟ‬௩‫̟ס‬В
Ŝ ‫ݸ‬ʮ“COOLING MODE”ᓤĂպĶENERGY SAVINGĞ໽ྫğķ᝗ΰ۫ጷĂ‫ے܌‬ΰ௩‫ߏס‬ĶENERGY SAVINGĞ໽
ྫğķᇁВĄ
Ԑ‫ݸ‬ʙЩᓤ‫܌‬շʮϖ˞෷ӕᝐಲ᝗ΰ۫ጷĄ
࠷๑੄̥ĶENERGY SAVINGĞ໽ྫğķᇁВढĂቜ᝱ĶENERGY SAVINGĞ໽ྫğķጷ༴᝗ΰພጷĄ
࿥
᝗ΰఋ
᝗ΰ۫ጷ
̙ᚉఋ˷
( ͎ᆅढ )
Ķ໽ྫķᇁВ
ĶENERGY SAVINGĞ໽ྫğķᇁВĂቜϵ๑ԁ෌ʙԏ߸ྫढպ΢Ą
௩‫ߏס‬ĶENERGY SAVINGĞ໽ྫğķᇁВढĂ
œ ϨѾᕠ݉‫ڟ‬ຣ‫ݙ‬௩‫܌ס‬ᕽߏྲྀࣵ‫ڟ‬Ѿ‫ܓ‬ຣ‫ݙ‬Ą
œ ‫۝‬ढ෢‫ݻ‬ᛉ෠ଂϕሑሑ۞ढ (30 ࠌ̾ʰ )Ă‫܌‬Ѿᕠ݉‫ ڟ‬LED ጷ‫ݙ۫ڟ‬೵ࣵĂ̾໽߸΢ྫĄ
௽‫ڣ‬ձ෶
œ ϵ௩‫ߏס‬ĶENERGY SAVINGĞ໽ྫğķᇁВĂ࠷˸ಲЙĶFREEZERĞ‫ݨ‬Ѿ࢝ğķăĶREFRIGERATORĞ‫ݨ‬ѾᕠğķढĂ
ĶENERGY SAVINGĞ໽ྫğķᇁВ‫܌‬௝ཌਸ਼ĄቜϔЩ௩‫ס‬Ą
œ ௩‫ס‬ຣ‫ݙ‬௩‫ߏס‬ĶMIN.ĞࣵğķढĂϰߏ௩‫ס‬ຣ‫˚ݙ‬๼ᝐಲĂϰЪԠФ߸ྫ‫ڟ‬झَĄ
٧๎ձ෶
œ ઠѾ‫ܓ‬ᕽಲߏࣵ‫ڟ‬ढ࢐Ăϕଽା൉๼ᝐ௺ăѾ࢝ࡵ‫ܢ‬Ф͟৖๼ൖᓷĄЪʹ᝱ࡵ‫ܢ‬Ѿ࢝‫࢝ڟ‬ൖढ෢̾̅ყϕढ෢ʶ๼ᅨ‫۝‬Ą
11
Ѿᕠ݉
ѾॉҚ͎ʿ
LED ጷ
͟ቡВ༊‫ޜڐ‬
͟ቡВᅹ‫ޜ‬ʰ޲
ӤఀѾᕠ੢
༊‫ޜڐ‬Ğ͡ʰğ
༊‫ޜڐ‬Ğ˛ğ
͟ቡВᅹ‫޲˛ޜ‬
༊௖‫ޜ‬Ğ14 ࢏΢ğ
‫ס־‬ᅹ‫ޜ‬
͟ቡВᅹ‫ޜ‬ʮ޲
࣠ዢ༊‫ޜڐ‬
Ѿᕠ݉ຣ‫ݙ‬๐ᐖዢ
ϕຣ݉
٧๎ձ෶
œ ᓙᇥᇥ‫ܢࡵڟ‬ĂቜІ‫ع‬ϵѾॉຣ‫ݙ‬ѳ‫ڟ‬ʰᅹೞ‫ޜ‬ĄЃَ‫ع‬ϵຣ‫ݙ‬๐ᐖዢۣۖ‫ڟ‬བྷĂ‫܌‬ຣ‫ݙ‬๐ᐖዢ๼Ф࡬ુ̊ѳ‫ڟ‬૑‫ٷ‬Ą
œ ϰߏѾॉҚ͎ʿ‫ۣۖڟ‬Ăຣ‫ݙ‬ᝐѳ‫ڟ‬ᘰ‫۽‬ĂϰЪቜ˚ࡌ‫ع‬༊̫˷ϻ‫ؖܢࡵڟ‬ᝬཆ෽टĄҏ‫ڟ܌‬བྷ๼ൖ࢝Ą
12
̾͟ӽᝐ਽‫ݙ‬
Ŝ ͟ቡВᅹ‫ޜ‬ʰ޲ò޲
Ŝ ͟ቡВᅹ‫ޜ‬ʮ޲
1 Ӱᅹ‫˱ޜ‬੏ി์‫ط‬਽Ă‫ݣ͎؜܉؁‬౷֥͎͟Ą
2 ‫ؚັݸ‬ᄯ‫ڟ‬਽‫ݙ‬ĂӰᅹ‫ޜ‬ನ‫֗ع‬శ࡭˞‫ݣ‬Ă
1 Ӱᅹ‫ޜ‬ി์‫ط‬਽౷֥͎͟Ą
2 Ӱᅹ‫ޜ‬ᕚᕽ‫ݣ‬Ă‫ס־‬ϵʰᅹ‫ؖ‬ʮᅹ‫ڟ‬ѝ༊Ą
ി์ಪ਽ᅹ‫˱ڟޜ‬੏ϔ૰෌͞Ą
Ğઠᅹ‫ڟޜ‬鈎˅К૮ϵశ˱੏‫ྭڟ‬χʰğ
ᆿລ
ೡВ 1Ğʰᅹğ
ೡВ 2Ğʮᅹğ
Ѿ
ᕠ
݉
ϕຣ݉
œ ш‫ؖ‬ధՔᘸ൉‫ܢࡵڟ‬Ă̾͟΢ѳຣ
෌ї۳ІĄ
຤੝୽
ቡ໽Ѿᕠ݉ຣ‫ݙ‬
Ŝ ‫“ݸ‬REFRIGERATOR”ᓤቡ໽Ą
௽‫ڣ‬ձ෶
œ ௩‫ס‬ӽߏĶMAX.Ğ઼ğķ
‫ؖ‬ĶMIN.ĞࣵğķढĂϕ
ຣ݉‫ڟ‬ຣ‫ݙ‬ʶ๼ӽᝐĄ
œ ሑ۞ᅹ‫ڟے;̨ޜ‬ຣ‫ݙ‬ୱ
਽Ą
‫ݸ‬ʮ‫ූݸ‬ढշʮϖ‫ڟ‬෷ӕ˸ಲĄ
᝗ΰ۫ጷ
࿥
( ͎ᆅढ )
࠘ 2 Ƃ 6˚C
̨ĶMID.Ğ˛ğķѳ
࠘ 1 Ƃ 3˚C
̨ĶMID.Ğ˛ğķ਽
࠘ 1 Ƃ 3˚C
‫ސ‬ϵᑗ࿪ຣ‫ ݙ‬30˚Că˚‫ڐࡵع‬ăᘰൿ۞ăЊ‫ס‬ढ‫ڟ‬ᆿລࢄĄ
œ ௽લቜպ΢ĶMID.Ğ˛ğķ‫ڟ‬ѝ༊Ąຣ‫ݙ‬ϰպ΢ନχфФ‫ؚ‬ᝐ੝Ą
œ ጇѰఋ˷‫ڟ‬ཏ஠պ΢̟В
10ࡲ
ࡲ
œ ቡ໽ԁ஠์‫ڟ‬ຣ‫ݙ‬ढ
28
‫ݨ‬ఀѾ‫ݨ ( ܢࡵܓ‬Ѿᕠ )
1
ϵӤఀѾᕠྤᅹĞశ
ʰᅹೞ‫ޜ‬ğ‫ڐࡵع‬
͟ቡВᅹ‫ޜ‬ʰ޲
2
‫“ݸ‬COOLING MODE”
ᓤպĶREFRIGERATOR
Ğ‫ݨ‬Ѿᕠğķ‫ڟ‬᝗ΰ۫ጷ ŏ
࿥
‫ݸ‬ᓤ‫܌‬᝗ΰ۫ጷ
ŏ ௩‫ߏס‬ĶREFRIGERATORĞ‫ݨ‬Ѿᕠğķ˞‫ݣ‬Ă
ĶREFRIGERATORĞ‫ݨ‬Ѿᕠğķ̾‫ڟ‬᝗ΰጷ
༄྆࠘ 2 ˷ᚘ҉ၫພĄ
œ ‫ع‬ϵ˛͵‫˱ڟ‬੏ఋ˷͟ྲྀӤѾ‫ܓ‬ĄĞѾॉҚ͎ʿ‫࡭܉‬ğ
œ ቜ˼ϵѾॉҚ͎ʿۣۖ‫ع‬༊ϻΘࡵ‫ڐ‬Ă֏๼௝Ѿ࢝Ą
œ ቜ˼ϵѾॉҚ͎ʿۣۖ‫ع‬༊ᝬཆႇᄖ෽टĂ֏๼௝Ѿ࢝‫ؖ‬ᗖߔĄ
ĶREFRIGERATOR
Ğ‫ݨ‬Ѿᕠğķ
ོᕽढ۫ጷĂ
֏͂‫ڟ‬᝗ΰ
ጷ‫܌‬ၫພ
ŏ
3
࠘ 50 ˷ᚘĶ‫ݨ‬Ѿᕠོᕽķь੝ൖԂĂ
ĶREFRIGERATORĞ‫ݨ‬Ѿᕠğ᝗ΰь੝ၫພ
࿥
࿥࿥࿥
᝗ΰພጷ
˛ఊ੄̥ढĂϵպ֏͂᝗ΰϔЩ۫ጷ‫ݣ‬Ă
‫“ݸ‬COOLING MODE”ᓤպ᝗ΰພጷ
࿥࿥
‫ݸ‬ᓤພጷ
௽‫ڣ‬ձ෶
œჄ‫ݨ‬ఀѾ࢝
15ࡲ ጠ৖ϣढպ΢‫ڟ‬ढ࢐Ăշጃϕሑ‫ོڟ‬ᕽ‫ڑ‬ဘĂझَ๼Фᝐࣵ‫͟ڟ‬৖Ą
٧๎ձ෶
œ
œ
œ
œ
ࡌᘰఖϕሑ۞ढĂቜਜ਼Ά૰ʣ຤੝୽‫ݣ‬ϔᘰఖѾᕠ݉۞Ąϵ‫ڑ͎؜‬ဘᘰ۞ढĂϕሑ۞ăᅹ୽ăࡵ‫ܢ‬๼Фক๬‫ڟ‬૑‫ٷ‬Ą
ϕሑ۞෠ఖЩᆵ྆‫ػ‬Ꮬᒅă̅ϕሑֺ౜ᑆ‫྆ݙ‬਽ढĂዩʰ๼Фਔᘴ୪ණĂѾॉ͎ࡳʿ‫ֺڟ‬౜͟৖Фᛩ̫዗ൖĄ
ЃَФ̫‫ܢࡵؖ‬Θଶຖ͎ढĂቜ՞ఀᐢੁĄ
ՒႻ・⟱⠂・ᏺྎհ൉̫˷ϻ‫ܢࡵڟ‬Ăቜ˚ࡌ‫ع‬ʣϕຣ݉Ąࡵ‫ܢ‬๼ൖϕĄ
13
Ѿ࢝݉
ʰᅹѾ࢝݉
Ŝ Ф‫ݨ‬ఀϴϕ࢝‫ݨڟ‬ఀѾ࢝ጠ৖Ą
15ࡲ
・ቜպ΢‫ݨػ‬ఀѾ࢝шᘸ‫ؖ‬ధᘸढĄ
ʰᅹѾ࢝୽
ኟᇺĞ‫ݨ‬ఀѾ࢝੢ğ
໋ѰᏽІѾ͓࢝ཆăઝ‫࣠݌‬ዢ൉‫ܮˉڟ‬Ѿ࢝ࡵ‫ڪڟܢ‬෢
ʮᅹѾ࢝݉
Ŝ ˱਩ 3 ᅹѾ࢝୽Ă৖ઊ͈˷ϴІ‫ع‬ĂጌᅆϴН‫ރ‬Ą
ኌ‫ػ‬І‫ع‬ᄯ‫۝‬ೈ۳І‫ٍڟ‬љĂ࣠‫ؾ‬ᎊ˽‫ڟ‬ϕଽା൉Ą
ˉχ‫ܢڐ‬ĂѾ࢝ࡵ‫ܢ‬൉
ᒡ຤੝୽
຤੝୽
Ѿ͓࢝ཆĂઝ‫࣠݌‬ዢ൉
ʮᅹѾ࢝୽
Ѿ࢝ࡵ‫ܢ‬Ăᚨ͓Ăϕଽା൉
œઠʰᅹѾ࢝݉‫ڟ‬ኟᇺ‫؁‬ᒡ຤੝୽;੏஋੝Ă‫͟ۯ‬Ѱߏ‫ݨ‬Ѿ࢝୽պ΢Ą
ყϕ݉Ğь੝ყϕጠğ
‫ڟ‬պ΢̟‫ٲ‬
16ࡲ
࣠͟ঽࡵ‫ڟܢ‬਽‫ݙ‬
Ŝ ቜᎳЈԐ࢏୽˅‫ؚ‬৖࣠ঽ‫ܢࡵڟ‬਽‫ݙ‬Ą
・ሑ۞๼ഒ‫ٲ‬ႧఖĂϕሑѾ‫ܓ‬झَᝐѳĂᓙФ͟৖๼అЙࡵ‫ڟ˅୽ܢ‬๬ᖽĄ
・ቜ˼᝱ᒡ຤੝୽‫ސؖ‬຤੝୽‫׻ڟ‬ఋ૥ᚉ֗֏͂ࡵ‫ڐ‬Ą
ʰᅹѾ࢝୽
ʰᅹѾ࢝݉
֗୽˅థ႒ߏ̥
ᒡ຤੝୽
֗ 5cm ਽ߏ̥
ʮᅹѾ࢝݉
຤੝୽
֗୽˅థ႒ߏ̥
Ğ‫܉‬ğ
14
ʮᅹѾ࢝୽
֗୽˅థ႒ߏ̥
œᒡ຤੝୽ཇቜ˼І‫ ع‬500mL ‫ڟ‬อሲ୭Ą
อሲ୭࢝ൖ‫ݣ‬๼፷൬Ăዲ࠮຤੝୽‫͎˚؜‬վĄ
œቜ˼ઠᒡ຤੝୽‫ؖ‬຤੝୽‫ض‬ʮ‫ڢ‬૥պ΢Ą ࡵ‫ܢ‬๼૬༣֗Ѿ࢝
୽‫࡭ݣڟ‬Ăዲ࠮۞ഒ‫ٲ‬ᘰႧĄ
ቡ໽Ѿ࢝݉ຣ‫ݙ‬
Ŝ ‫ݸ‬ņFREEZERŇᓤቡ໽
௽‫ڣ‬ձ෶
œ ‫ݨ‬ఀѾོ࢝ᕽढĂຣ‫̨ݙ‬
;਄‫ڟ‬ຣ‫ݙ‬ԁѳĄ
œ ϵ઼ ( ѳຣ ) ‫۝‬ढ෢պ΢
ढĂϕଽା൉๼ᝐഽăᏽ
І‫ڟܢࡵڟ‬ཌ࢝ढ෢๼ᝐ
‫۝‬Ą
‫ݸ‬ʮ‫ූݸ‬ढշʮϖ‫ڟ‬෷ӕ˸ಲĄ
᝗ΰ۫ጷ
࿥
( ͎ᆅढ )
࠘ -20 Ƃ -18˚C
࠘ -23 Ƃ -20˚C
( ѳຣѾ࢝٧ )
࠘ -18 Ƃ -15˚C
ŏ ‫ސ‬ϵᑗ࿪ຣ‫ ݙ‬30˚Că˚‫ڐࡵع‬ăᘰൿ۞ăЊ‫ס‬ढ‫ڟ‬
ᆿລࢄĄ
٧Ĉ̨̾௽લѾ࢝ԁѳ‫ڟ‬ຣ‫ݙ‬෌ї۳ІĄჄ௽લ‫ڟ‬Ѿ࢝
ོᕽߺ̨Ă॑඲ྫʨු˃࠘ᅨ͑ 2 Й;͡Ą
Ѿ
࢝
݉
œ ௽લቜպ΢ĶMID.Ğ˛ğķ‫ڟ‬ѝ༊Ąຣ‫ݙ‬ϰպ΢ନχфФ‫ؚ‬ᝐ੝Ą
œ ጇѰఋ˷‫ڟ‬ཏ஠պ΢̟В
10ࡲ
œ ቡ໽ԁ஠์‫ڟ‬ຣ‫ݙ‬ढ
28ࡲ
ઠຣᇥ‫ݨܢࡵڟ‬ఀѾ࢝ ( ‫ݨ‬Ѿ࢝ )
1
ʰᅹѾ࢝݉‫ڟ‬ኟᇺʰ‫ع‬
΢۳ᔀሰ͓Ё‫ܢࡵڟ‬
“COOLING MODE”ᓤպ
2 Ķ‫ݸ‬FREEZER
Ğ‫ݨ‬Ѿ࢝ğķ‫ڟ‬
᝗ΰ۫ጷ ŏ
࿥
ĶFREEZER
Ğ‫ݨ‬Ѿ࢝ğķ
ོᕽढ᝗ΰጷ
۫ጷĂ֏͂‫ڟ‬
᝗ΰጷ‫܌‬ၫພ
ŏ
3
࿥
࿥࿥࿥
‫ݸ‬ᓤ‫܌‬᝗ΰ۫ጷ
‫ݨ‬ఀѾ࢝੢
࠘ 120 ˷ᚘĶ‫ݨ‬Ѿོ࢝ᕽķ
ь੝ൖԂĂĶFREEZER
Ğ‫ݨ‬Ѿ࢝ğķ᝗ΰь੝ၫພ
ь੝ၫພ
ŏ ௩‫ߏס‬ĶFREEZERĞ‫ݨ‬Ѿ࢝ğķ˞‫ݣ‬Ă
ĶFREEZERĞ‫ݨ‬Ѿ࢝ğķ̾ʹ‫ڟ‬᝗ΰጷ༄
྆࠘ 2 ˷ᚘ҉ၫພĄ
˛ఊ੄̥ढĂϵ᝱֏͂᝗ΰϔЩ۫
ጷ‫ݣ‬Ă‫“ݸ‬COOLING MODE”ᓤպ
᝗ΰພጷ
œĶFREEZERĞ‫ݨ‬Ѿ࢝ğķ˛ĂߏʟᏺϑѾ‫ܓ‬Ѿ࢝݉Ă५ѿ‫ސ‬Ѿᕠ݉‫۞ڟ‬෠ᘰᏜᒅ‫ڟ‬ढ࢐Ă
Ѿᕠ݉‫ڟ‬ຣ‫̀ؾ࣠ݙ‬਽Ą
œ ̾͟‫ڢ‬૥Ѿ࢝ᇥ‫ڟ‬෻൉Ą‫ع‬ʣᇥ‫ܢࡵڟ‬ढĂ๼Фጻฌ‫ڟ‬ϠᏎĂቜ٧๎ ! ‫ݚ‬ᚊѾ‫֗ܓ‬
60˚C ̾ʮ˞‫ݣ‬ϔ‫ع‬ʣĄ
œĶFREEZERĞ‫ݨ‬Ѿ࢝ğķൖԂ‫ ڟݣ‬60 ˷ᚘ̾˱ĂϔЩ‫“ݸ‬COOLING MODE”ᓤढĂ
᝗ΰᓶഓጷ۫ĂѮ˚ོᕽĄ60 ˷ᚘ྆‫˗ݣ‬෠‫ོז‬ᕽĄ
œ ߏʟթ̥ࡵ‫
ܢ‬ϵኟᇺʰĂቜਜ਼Ά͓ʰ۳ᔀሰĄ
œ ઠࡵ‫˷ܢ‬෠ˉีăᒡ̰Ă˚Ѯ৖ӤఀѾ‫̖˛֗ܓ‬ఋĂф̸̟‫͎֥ۯ‬Ą
࿥࿥
‫ݸ‬ᓤၫጷ
྄֗ੰᖠढ
௻ႍ૑‫ٷ‬ʮ
˚ઊѾ
ൖᓷăൖᛩ
ϕଽା̊௺
ቜᐮ‫ޥ‬ʙʮĂ‫ސ‬௻࢏ࢨϰฝĉ
œ Ꮬᒅϴ෠ሑ۞ฝĉ
Ɩ ‫ݚ‬ᚊૌϵ෠ൿሑ۞ढ੝Ѱ՞ఀʙᔈĂၾු̍෠Ą
œ ࡵ‫ؖܢ‬௡˅‫ސ‬ҏ௝ऎൿĂ۞ᘰႧʟฝĉ
Ɩ ቜϵᘰൿ۞‫ڑڟ‬ဘᐮ‫ޥ‬ʙʮઝ‫݌‬࿬௎ФഒᒁᄪĄ
œ ‫ސ‬ҏฬʣ྆ϻࡵ‫ܢ‬Ă‫ސ‬ҏʙЩ‫ع‬ʣʟ˃ු‫ֹڐࡵڟ‬ĉ
Ɩ ቜᎳЈ࣠͟ঽࡵ‫ڟܢ‬਽‫ݙ‬Ăᏽ‫ࡌ˚ුع‬ᆇᛪ۞‫ڟ‬෠ఖĄ
Ɩ ࡵ‫˞ܢ‬෢ቜ‫ڪ‬෠෢ᄪІ‫ع‬Ą
œ ʰᅹѾ࢝୽ăᒡ຤੝୽ЃَԠФΓલЊཆ‫ڟ‬བྷĂ‫܌‬๼Фሑ۞ԠᘰЁ‫ڟ‬૑‫ٷ‬Ą
Ɩ ቜሂჯ‫ސ‬ҏФሂဂЊཆĄ
21ࡲ
ઝ‫݌‬࿬˞෢Ф෢ᄪ‫ڑڟ‬ဘ
٧๎ձ෶ œ Ꮬᒅϴ෠ఖሑ۞๼պࡵ‫ڟܢ‬ຣ‫ݙ‬ʰ̀Ăϕଽା൉๼ᝐ௺Ą
15
ყϕ݉Ğь੝ყϕጠğ
ጇѰఋ
൝̫ᇀ
ყϕ͒৖˸ಲᓤ
᝗ΰ
ყϕᓤ
൝̫᝗ΰጷ
ყϕ୽
ь੝ყϕጠ
ყϕᇺ
ყϕ݉
ϕᘤ
ყϕ̟‫ٲ‬
1
˚ყఅϕี ( ყϕ੄̥ )
ь੝ყϕጠ‫ڟ‬௩‫ס‬
᝗ΰ۫ጷ
‫ݸ‬ʮņICE MAKERŇ‫ݸ‬ᓤĂ᝱
ĶNORMALĞყϕğķ᝗ΰ۫ጷĄ
࿥
1
ყϕᓤ
2
ь੝ყϕጠ‫ڟ‬௩‫ס‬
‫ݸ‬ʮņICE MAKERŇᓤĂ᝱ĶOFF
Ğყϕ੄̥ğķ᝗ΰ۫ጷढĂ‫̥੄܌‬
ь੝ყϕ͒৖Ą
ŏ ໋௩‫ߏס‬ĶOFFĞყϕ੄̥ğķढĂ
ĶWATERĞ൝̫ğķ‫ڟ‬ጷ༴‫˚܌‬
᝗ΰ۫ጷĄ
17ࡲ
֥͎൝̫ᇀĄ
᝗ΰ۫ጷ
ĶWATERĞ൝̫ğ
ķ‫ڟ‬ᚌΰጷ۫ਔĂ
‫ු̫ސؖ‬ː༄૥ۖĶ൝̫ሣķढቜ
ང͈̫Ą
࿥࿥
൝̫ሣ
3
Έ෠ა̫͑Ą
͑֗ၖ̫ሣĄ
2
֥͎൝̫ᇀĂ଼޿ੁ୑ծ
᝱֏ੁᑍĄ
3
ཆϱ൝̫ᇀ
( ۳ኴ‫ٲ̟ڟ‬ቜ੤ັ
22ࡲ )
ၖ̫ѝ
4
ϔཆϱ൝̫ᇀĄ
૰ʣ֗ය྆Ķ̫ᇀЊཆѝ༊ķ‫ڟ‬
ሣѝĄ
ŏ ൝̫ᇀชଇ๼ઠ̫ᜎ͎Ą
̫ᜎ͎ቜγ҉ᐢੁĄ
̫ᇀЊཆѝ༊
‫ۑ‬Щყϕढă‫ސؖ‬ʙ‫ޑ‬ೈ̾ʰԠФყϕढĂቜጇѰĶყϕጠ଼ᇓķĄ
22ࡲ
5
ь੝෠‫ז‬ყϕོᕽĂϵყ
ϕ୽裏ᏽϕĄ
௽‫ڣ‬ձ෶
‫ۑ‬Щպ΢ढĂశ‫ڟۑ‬ყϕ͟৖ᄯࡌ 24 ˉढ̾ʰĄ
௽લ 2 Ƃ 3 ˉढ̾͟ყ 8 ᓻϕĄ
16
΢ʨ‫˱؁‬ᐆ‫֗ڢ‬ය྆Ķ̫ᇀЊཆѝ
༊ķ‫ڟ‬ሣߏ̥Ą
ᚌҙ
œ ቜ˼ᚉဥь੝ყϕጠ‫ڟ‬ጠଡఋ˷Ą
( ໋ყϕᇺଋᕽढĂ๼Ф֧ฌ‫ڟ‬ϠᏎ )
Ӥఀყఅϕี ( ‫ݨ‬ఀყϕ )
‫ݸ‬ʮņICE MAKERŇᓤĂ᝱ĶQUICKĞ‫ݨ‬
ఀყϕğķ᝗ΰ۫ጷĄ̨ਔ੝ĶNORMAL
Ğყϕğ
ķ͒৖Ă̾͟ᑻ഻ყϕढ෢Ą
ŏ ࠘ 7 ˉढ‫ݣ‬๼ь੝˸ಲЙĶNORMAL
Ğყϕğķ‫ڑ‬ဘĄ
ҙ‫ڣ‬൝̫ᚌΰጷ
໋൝̫ᇀ‫ු̫ڟ‬೵̍ढĂĶWATERĞ൝̫ğķ᝗ΰጷΰ‫܌‬ь੝᝗ΰ۫ጷĂվҙ
‫ڣ‬ά‫ސ܉‬ী̫‫ڑ‬ဘĄЪढቜང͈̫э൝̫ᇀ˱Ą
᝗ΰ۫ጷ
٧๎ձ෶
œᓶഓ൝̫ᇀ˛̫ු՗ઊĂѮ‫ސ‬ϵ൝̫ᇀЊཆढԠФ
ሂဂ‫ث‬ʣĂ
ĶWATERĞ൝̫ğķ᝗ΰጷʶ๼᝗ΰ۫ጷĄ
Ъढቜሂဂϴઠ൝̫ᇀ‫ث‬ʣэ‫ס־‬ѝ༊Ą
᝗ΰ۫ጷ
࿥
ĶWATERĞ൝̫ğķ᝗ΰጷ᝗ΰ۫ጷ‫ڑڟ‬ဘʮ෠ଂϕሑሑ۞ढĂ
ĶWATER
௽‫ڣ‬ձ෶ œ
Ğ൝̫ğķ᝗ΰጷ๼ᆷढၫພĂ࠷ԠФང͈̫ढ‫܌‬๼ϔЩ۫ጷĄ
œ໋ь੝ყϕጠ௩‫ߏס‬ĶOFFĞყϕ੄̥ğķढĂĶWATERĞ൝̫ğķ
᝗ΰጷ‫˚܌‬๼᝗ΰ۫ጷĄ
௽‫ڣ‬ձ෶
œӇЙጇѰ˞‫ݣ‬Ăߏʟ߸ྫ࠘ 2 ˷ᚘ‫ݣ‬᝗ΰພጷĄѮĶFREEZERĞ‫ݨ‬Ѿ࢝ğķă
ĶREFRIGERATORĞ‫ݨ‬Ѿᕠğķă
ĶENERGY SAVINGĞ໽
ྫğķăĶQUICKĞ‫ݨ‬ఀყϕğķ̾̅ĶWATERĞ൝̫ğķ᝗ΰጷăĦeco ོᕽ᝗ΰጷħ˚᝗ΰພጷĄ
10ࡲ
œ‫ݸ‬ʮņICE MAKERŇᓤढĂշĶNORMALĞყϕğķƖĶQUICKĞ‫ݨ‬ఀყϕğķƖĶOFFĞყϕ੄̥ğķƖĶNORMALĞყϕğķ
Ɩ …෷ӕ˸ಲĂ̾᝗ΰ̅ጇѰᒐࡱվҙ‫ڣ‬ά‫ڟ܉‬௩‫ڑס‬ဘĄ
œጇѰყϕ੄̥Ă̾͟੄̥ь੝ყϕढ‫ڟ‬੝Ѱᒐࡱ ( ᖔϕ・൝̫൉ )
ყϕढ෢Ⴤϕ‫࣠ڟ‬ঽු
ོᕽ‫ڑ‬ဘ
ʙЩ‫ڟ‬ყϕढ෢Ğ1 Щ 12 ࢏ğ
‫ڑ‬ဘ
ყϕ୽‫ڟ‬Нঽු
Γલོᕽ
࠘ 110 ˷ ~140 ˷
Γલ‫ڑ‬ဘ
࠘ 90 ࢏
‫ݨ‬ఀყϕ
࠘ 70 ˷ ~80 ˷
Ӱϕีϩ‫܉‬஋‫ڑڟ‬ဘ
࠘ 130 ࢏
ŏ ֺ౜ຣ‫ ݙ‬25˚CĂϨѾᕠࣲ‫ڟ‬ຣ‫ݙ‬௩‫ס‬ϵĶMID.Ğ˛ğķ‫ڟ‬ѝ༊Ăഒ෠ᘰϕሑ۞‫ڑڟ‬ဘĄ
ყ
ϕ
݉
Ġ
ь
੝
ყ
ϕ
ጠ
ġ
œ̾ʮ‫ڟ‬૑‫ٷ‬๼అЙყϕढ෢ᝐ‫۝‬Ą
・ࡶЩպ΢ढ ( ͟৖ᄯය྆ 24 ˉढ )
・ϕሑ۞લ௝෠ଂƟᘰఖ
・଼޿ϕᇺ྆‫ݣ‬
・໋ϕሑ˱ϵϣʙढ෢ᏽІ˃ු‫ܢࡵڟ‬ढ
・໋੄ྫढ
・໋͌̈൉Ͳֺ‫ڟ‬ॉຣѳ
・Ѿ࢝݉‫ؖ‬ყϕ݉‫۞ڟ‬ԠФᘰႧढ
௽‫ڣ‬ձ෶
œь੝ყϕጠʰ‫ڟ‬ᏽϕුഁ‫ڣ‬ଜĞ௽લ߼˚Վğь੝ᐮഁᏽІϕี‫ڟ‬ᆵුĄЃَᏽІ‫ڟ‬ϕีྀ֗
ʙ‫ס‬ᆵු๼ь੝੄̥ყϕĂ໋ϕีᆵු೵̍ढ๼‫ݮ‬ಈყϕĄ
前
œశ˃ᏽϕѝ༊ᆿລሣ‫ے‬ΰ‫ސڟ‬ϕี΁‫ع‬ϵϕ୽˛ढ‫ڟ‬శ˃࣠ුĄ
ᏽϕුഁ‫ڣ‬ଜ
ϕᘤ
Ѓَϕ୽˱ͫФʙఋ˷ϕีĂѮ‫ސ‬ϕีಪО໦֗ʟഁ‫ڣ‬ଜĂ҉պϕีᆵු‫̍ݞ‬Ă
ყϕጠʶ๼੄̥ყϕĄ
శ˃ᏽϕѝ༊ᆿລሣ
ᏽϕුഁ‫ڣ‬ଜ
٧๎ձ෶
œь੝ყϕ௩‫ס‬ढĂყϕ୽˛ቜ˼‫ع‬ϕ̾ʹ‫ڟ‬Ѿ࢝ࡵ‫ܢ‬൉Ą
Ğ๼అЙ˚৖ყϕăࡵ‫ܢ‬໦֗ყϕጠ‫ڟ‬ఋχă۞Έ˚෠ăఋχ๬ᖽ‫ڟ‬૑‫ٷ‬Ą
ğ
Ѿ࢝ࡵ‫ܢ‬
œቜˉ̖෠ᘰყϕ݉‫۞ڟ‬Ą࠷̊΢ʨ෠ᘰყϕ݉۞ढĂϕี͟৖ૃყϕ୽૬֗ʮᅹ
Ѿ࢝ࡵ‫ܢ‬ϵཇ࡭ฝĉ
Ѿ࢝݉Ą
œ٧๎Ĉͫ͑͟ʣ෽΢̫Ą
œყϕ΢̫ळጃප੽‫ڟ‬෽΢̫ᆿລф‫ס‬Ą
ьվ̫‫̫ڟ‬ቴϰ˚ϣ੽ࣜф୴Ą
ቜϩϴ໋̟Ӌᐮ‫ޥ‬ăयဂĄ
œϰ቏Ρʰ‫ڟ‬୩ΥĂቜэ̍Ԑ්ԁಲʙЩ̫Ăծ଼޿࣠ዢĄ
œպ΢Ҥᕴ౲ᙪ‫ڐ‬ቴ‫ڟ‬ᙪ޶̫ყѰϕีढĂ๼୰ΡΩѓ‫ڟ‬঱ΑĂ௻‫ސ‬ᙪ‫ڐ‬ቴЙ˷Ăဇʡ᝝ഒࣛĄ
œ Ѓʮϖ‫ؚ‬ΰĂϰߏ࣠‫֧֗ؾ‬஠ඃд‫ޗ‬Ă΁લቜʭ଼̈޿
࣠ዢʙЩĄ
྆ᔮ̫‫ؖ‬
ᙪ޶̫
Ğഽ‫ݙ‬Ĉ100mg/L ̾ʮğ ഔ‫̫ڟݣٴ‬
ˢ̫
Ğ߱෸ஒϫ෽΢̫ቴᆿລĄğ
ϕᘤ
ϕᘤϵཇ࡭ฝĉ
œ Υ‫ػ‬๼ዲ࠮‫ވ‬ᄫĂ‫ސؖ‬๼అ͎໌Ӝ・௿᝝‫ڟ‬ϕ൉Ăቜ˚
ࡌպ΢௻ղ ( ଶ᝝ )Ą
َΘᘸ
ོ੝෽ट̫
ԡ̫
৯
17
ሹَ۳ᔀ݉
΢վ‫ع‬༊ᎁ࠶Ăᔥᔢ൉‫צ‬
ΐ΢Ӈ‫ܮˉڟ‬ሹَ
寬廣上段置物盒
਽ᙋඊ‫ؖ‬Ρඊ൉˛˃‫ڟܮ‬
ሹَ
下段置物盒
‫ڢ‬γ࣠ঽ੢
Ğ͟ཆʣ 2L ۳५୭ğ
ሹَ۳ᔀ݉
ʮ޲༊‫・୽ڐ‬ᅶᆄʰ޲༊‫୽ڐ‬
Ѿॉ˚๼‫ڢ‬૥ҚൿሹَĂຣַфሂဂ͑̾Ѿ‫ܓ‬Ą೵ѳሹَੁᑍ‫ڟ‬૑ӜĄ
э୽˅‫ڟ‬႒࡭ߏ̥
寬廣上段置物盒
ࡵ‫ڟܢ‬਽‫ݙ‬
下段置物盒
ࡵ‫ܢ‬ᏽ‫ුع‬અລሣ
Ŝ ௻࢏ढ࢐ࡌ΢۳ᔀሰ͓ўሹඊ
œ ጊ̖˃ቁ・ࡰඊ・ቁ჏൉‫ڟ‬ॉ֨จ֗ѿ‫ܢࡵڟ‬ʰढ
œ ᏽІ‫צ‬ΐ΢Ӈ‫ڟ‬ሹඊ‫َ̫ؖ‬ढ
œ ሹَᏽු̍‫ڟ‬ढ࢐Ă‫ސؖ‬ː͓ཆ‫ڟ‬ሹඊϻ‫ڟ‬ढ࢐
œ ˭๎ሹَ۳ᔀ݉˱‫ڟ‬ൖᛩढ
٧๎ձ෶
œ ϰሹَ۳ᔀ݉‫ڟ‬ᑆ‫ྲྀݙ‬਽ĂϰІ‫ڟع‬ሹَු‫ؖ‬ႍᘸ˚ϣĂ͟৖ϵᅶᆄʰ޲༊‫ؖ୽ڐ‬ሹَ۳ᔀ
݉‫ڟ‬థఋ዗ൖᛩ̫Ą໋̫ፖϻढ͟৖ဇࡵ‫ܢ‬అЙ๬ฌĂቜ̾ੁ΀ᐢ‫ݺ‬Ą
œ ळጃอሲ୭‫ڟ‬ႍᘸĂФղ‫˚ސ‬৖ᏽ‫ڟع‬Ą
ͪʹăอሲ୭‫ڟ‬ა˅ԠᘰႧʶ˚৖І‫ع‬Ą
œ ໋ʹ࡭ຣ‫ݙ‬ѳढĂ༊‫ڟ˱୽ڐ‬ຣ‫͟ݙ‬৖ʶ๼ᝐѳĄ
œ ሹَ۳ᔀ݉‫۞ڟ‬ቜယယ‫ڟ‬෠ఖĄЃ෠ఖʨු઼̊Ă‫ڢ‬γІ‫ع‬੢‫ܢࡵڟ‬Ğอሲ୭൉ğ๼ᕚࢇĄ
18
۳ኴ̟‫ٲ‬Ɵϕሑ˱ · ϕሑʹ‫ڟ‬۳ኴ
വ୪ᄼᜰढ
ྫປನᏞ
œ γ҉ᐢੁ୑Ą
߼˚֗‫ڟ‬ఋ˷ʶቜʙБ଼૭ʙЩĄ
œ ΢‫ٮ΀ڟ௺ޙ‬ᑆຣ̫ᐢĄ
дܱᘲ̾ᐢ૬‫ڟ‬ढ࢐Ă͟ઠᆁ‫ؘ‬΢‫޿ؒ˛ڟ‬ᇓዘൃ
ᚗպ΢Ă΢‫ٮ‬ʟຣ̫‫ڟ‬ᑆ΀ᐢੁ୑Ą
ϰߏФղ޿ዘ‫͟˚ސ‬պ΢‫ڟ‬Ăቜ੤уΏࡲ‫ڟ‬
٧๎ձ෶ Ą
œ ֣ਸ਼ఋχढĂቜϑઠࡵ‫͎֥ܢ‬վĄ
œ ۣൿϵྫປನᏞʰ‫ڟ‬и࿨ᐤ༊ф˚଼૭‫ڟ‬བྷĂ๼ዲ
࠮̬ԮĄቜԐБ଼૭ʙЩĄ
1
ઠྫປನᏞૃನࣴ‫ئ‬૬Ą
2
ᐮ‫ޥ‬Ą
・ྫሣФ๬ᖽฝĉ
・ྫປನᏞവᇥฝĉ
٧๎ձ෶
œ ϰߏ༊‫ڐ‬ሑ̾̅‫ت‬ઢВࡗཾ‫ڟ‬૥ᚉ࡭ʰ఍ฯФᇜ຤
ዘĂቜ˼ᐢ‫ݺ‬Ъఋ˷Ą( ᇜ຤ዘ‫ސ‬ஒϫࡵ‫ܢ‬቏Ρ‫ڟٲ‬
ᆿລĄ)
3
΢ੁ΀ᐢ͞и࿨൉Ą
4
ઠྫປನᏞሂဂನʣನࣴʰĄ
ϕሑ˱ · ϕሑʹ‫଼ڟ‬૭
ᚌҙ
଼૭ढĂቜʙ‫ࡌס‬ӰྫປನᏞૃನࣴ‫ئ‬૬Ą
Ѿᕠ݉۞‫ڟ‬ጇѰ࡭ٖ
œ Ѿᕠ݉۞‫ڟ‬ጇѰ࡭ٖቜ΢‫ڟ௺ޙ‬
΀ੁᐢĄ
œ ቜ˼ା̫Ą
ҏ‫܌‬๼ዲ࠮‫ވ‬ᄫĄ
ሑ۞‫࡭ے‬
œ ϕሑ۞‫࡭ے‬Ăቜ̾‫ٮ‬ᑆ‫΀௺ڟ‬ᐢ‫ݣݺ‬Ă
ϔ̾ੁ΀ઠۣൿ‫˷̫ڟ‬ᐢੁĄ
( ࠷̫˷‫ڟܢࡵؖ‬໥ࣣۣൿϵϕሑ۞ʰ
ʮ‫ڟ‬อሲఋϋ‫ڟ‬෢ᄪĂФ͟৖വΡΡ
銹‫ڟ‬୪ණĄ
ሑ۞ઝ‫݌‬࿬
ଶΘ‫؛‬૥௎
œ Υ‫ػ‬Ъఋ˷࣠‫ؾ‬ᜰĂቜᐢ
ੁ୑Ą
œ ፖൿΘଶढĂቜᐢੁ୑Ą
ଶΘ૥Н௎
ϕሑࠧ࡭・ϴٖ
1
ઠ༚ࣴᛖა‫͎؜܉؁‬
֣ʮĄ
ЊཆढĂૃΓ࡭ನʣ
2
պቡጌ༚ग़ਔᖔ෠ϴ࡭Ăઠ
ϕሑ‫؁‬՘‫܉‬ോ‫ڢ‬ϴ‫͎ش‬Ą
࠷‫֘ؾ࣠ސ‬ᖽ‫ڟ‬ϴٖĂ‫܌‬ኜʰ۳ᛖ
΢‫ٖڟ‬൉
3
ᐢੁ୑ࠧ࡭・ᑓዩ・ϴٖ
ʰ‫ڟ‬дܱ
ࠧ࡭Υ‫ڪػ‬ॉဇ޺‫ڟ‬ᘰ‫۽‬Ă࣠‫ؾ‬
ંፖи࿨фәᜰĄ
ሹ
َ
۳
ᔀ
݉
Ɵ
۳
ኴ
̟
‫ٲ‬
Ɵ
ϕ
ሑ
˱
·
ϕ
ሑ
ʹ
‫ڟ‬
۳
ኴ
ଋᕽቡጌ༚
٧๎ձ෶ ሑ۞・ฯཆ࡭・อሲ๼Ф֧๬・ᝐѓ‫͟ڟ‬৖Ą
œ ቜ˼պ΢̾ʮ‫ٍڟ‬љĄ
・ឃַؒࣵឃؒ‫ڟ‬ᆁ‫ؘ‬΢޿ᇓዘ・͞д঱・‫ڳ‬Ժ঱・ί‫・ٶ‬ᇥ෠̫・֕˅・ᄖ・ಮവ‫ൃ・ٶ‬ᚗዘ・ਨႠ・ၔΩዘ൉൉
Ğቜሂჯ޿ᇓዘʰĶळጃࣜࣳ΢‫ܢܢ‬ቴ‫ے‬ΰ‫ےٲ‬ΰķ‫ڟ‬Ķଶؒķᚽğ
œ ‫ࡵ֗ٮ‬΢‫ޢٶ‬ጘᘸ‫َڟ‬Θࡵ‫ܢ‬ΘଶढĂቜਜ਼Άᐢੁ୑Ą
œ ࠷պ΢˽ደ‫΀ء‬ढĂቜᎳЈ֏պ΢ʰ‫ڟ‬٧๎ձ෶Ą
œ ႄᛡཆྺ‫ސؖ‬ҜᇺҜۣϵϕሑΏ᝝‫ڟ‬੏࡭‫ؖ‬ϕሑ۞‫ڟ࡭ے‬౟ϫФ͟৖๼ϵ‫ॼ࡭ے‬ʮ୷ཬĄ
19
֣ਸ਼஢χ‫ٲ̟ڟ‬
٧๎ձ෶ œࡌ֣ਸ਼஢χढĂቜϑ஋ਸ਼‫ع‬ϵ஢χʰ‫ݣ˞ܢࡵڟ‬ϔ֣ਸ਼஢χĄ
œቜ˼֣ਸ਼௻ཇ‫ؚ‬ჳ‫ڟق‬஢χ̾ʹ‫ڟ‬஢χĄ
๑ࡌ֣ਸ਼ྭχվ଼૭൉ढĂቜϩ͐ཷ‫وڟࡲ˱࡭݌ػ‬ਜ਼˛̖᎚ཚĄ
͟ቡВᅹ‫ޜ‬ʰ޲・˛޲
1
Ӱᅹ‫˱ޜ‬੏ി์‫ط‬
਽Ă‫͎؜܉؁‬Ą
2
Ѓ࿧Ăઠᅹ‫ޜ‬竪ਔ‫ݣ‬ᕚᕽă
֣ਸ਼Ą
ЊཆढĂӰᅹ‫ޜ‬ನ‫֗ع‬శ˱੏˞‫ݣ‬ĂӰᅹ‫˱ޜ‬੏ി์‫ط‬਽ծ૰෌͞Ą
Ğઠᅹ‫ڟޜ‬鈎К૮ϵశ˱੏‫ڟ‬਩χʰğ
٧๎ձ෶ ‫ڢ‬૥Ӱᅹ‫͎؜ޜ‬๼Ф๬ฌሑ۞‫͟ڟ‬৖Ą
‫ס־‬ᅹ‫ޜ‬
œ ‫͎؜܉؁‬վăઠ͡ʮ 2 ௎‫ڟ‬
Кྙ‫ض‬෠ծ֥ʮĄ
͟ቡВᅹ‫ޜ‬ʮ޲
œ ി์‫ط‬਽ծ֥ʮĄ
ϕຣ݉
œ ઠ୽˅ϒఋ‫͎؜‬Ă཭‫܉‬ി์‫ط‬
਽ծ֥͎Ą
຤੝୽
ሹَ۳ᔀ݉
1
2
3
ऱ
œ ઠሑ۞‫܉཭؁‬ϒఋ‫͎؜‬Ă
Ѓ࿧ઠᅶᆄʰ޲༊‫؁୽ڐ‬
ʰ‫؜‬Ą
20
œ ઠሑ۞ി์‫؁‬ʰӴ‫ݣ‬Ăϔယ
ယϩʹ‫؜‬෠Ă᝱ሑ۞ชଇĄ
œ ઠʮ޲༊‫؁୽ڐ‬Γʰ̟‫ط‬ਔĄ
œ ЊཆढĂቜઠʮ޲༊‫;୽ڐ‬
͡˱੏ࠏ͎ఋ˷ನʣऱ‫Ͳڟ‬
̟̌˱‫ޜ‬Ăઠʮ޲༊‫ڟ୽ڐ‬
ᘞሢЊཆϵऱ‫ޜ‬ʰĄ
ሑ۞༊‫ޜڐ‬
œ ʙᘞᄆိ‫׻‬ఋ;͡ʙᘞಪ਽‫֥֣͟ۯ‬Ą
( ԰‫־‬ϴ‫) ס־‬
ָָ
ЊཆढĂቜӇϒཆʣ֗శ‫׻‬Ą
ყϕ݉・ʰᅹѾ࢝݉
œ Έ෠۞Ăϩ‫͎֥̟܉‬Ą
Њཆ̟࡭Ăઠ୽˅;͡ 4 ௎‫ڟ‬
ࠏਔཆʣऱ˅‫ڟ‬Տ̌Ą
֣
ਸ਼
஢
χ
‫ڟ‬
̟
‫ٲ‬
ऱ
ʮᅹѾ࢝݉
1
Έ෠۞‫ݣ‬Ă‫͎؜‬ᒡ຤੝୽̅຤੝୽Ą
2
ϩʰ֥͎ʮᅹѾ࢝୽Ą
̥੝ཆ༊
ऱ
ЊཆѾ࢝୽ढĂቜઠʮᅹϕ࢝୽;͡ࠏ͎‫ڟ‬ఋ˷ϩ۞ऱ֍ठ‫޾ڟ‬Տನʣ‫ס־‬Ą
ቜઠ຤੝୽֍ठ‫̥ڟ‬੝ཆ༊ನʣʮᅹѾ࢝୽‫ʹڟ‬੏Ą
Ŝ‫ت‬ઢВሑ۞‫ڟ‬Њཆ̟‫ٲ‬
ყϕ݉・ʰᅹѾ࢝݉
ሹَ۳ᔀ݉・ʮᅹѾ࢝݉
ऱ
ऱ
21
ь੝ყϕጠ‫ڟ‬۳ኴ
ᚌҙ
Ŝ ቜ˼ᚉဥь੝ყϕጠ‫ڟ‬ጠଡఋѝĄ
൝̫ᇀ
œ ყϕᇺଋᕽ‫ڟ‬ढ࢐Ă๼Ф֧ฌ‫ڟ‬૑‫ٷ‬Ą
ყϕᇺ
ყϕ݉
‫ۑ‬Щպ΢ढƟʙ්̾ʰԠФպ΢ढ
΢଼̫޿൝̫႓཯Ğყϕጠ଼ᇓğ
଼͟޿ყϕᇺჄ൝̫཯Ą
ጇѰ‫܉‬ቜሂჯ̾ʮձ෶Ą
œ൝̫ᇀ
・‫ސ‬ҏФཆ̫
・̫ᇀ‫ސ‬ҏཆ௩ϵΓሂѝ༊
఍ሂჯӇʟ˞‫ݣ‬ቜጇѰʮʙ࢏ԏ᝽Ą
œყϕ୽
・Ф೤ॼϕีढቜ଼ਸ਼
1
ϵყϕ୽‫׻‬ఋኜʰੁ୑‫˒̩ڟ‬Ą
2
ቜϵ‫ؚ‬Ф‫۞ڟ‬఍ᘰఖ˞‫ݣ‬Ăպ᝗ΰጷ۫Ă
‫ݻ‬ᛉ‫ݸ‬ўņICE MAKERŇᓤ 5 ࠌ̾ʰĄ
29ࡲ
࿥
࠘ 3 ˷ᚘ྆‫ݣ‬Ăᚌΰᒐ੄̥Ă᝗ΰພጷ̾‫ݣ‬Ă
ਸ਼͞ყϕ୽˱‫ڟ‬ϕჄ̩˒Ăᐢ‫୑ੁݺ‬Ą
൝̫ᇀཇ఻ʮ‫̫ڟ‬Ă̾͟ᙷᛉ‫ڢ‬૥պ΢Ą
22
‫ݸ‬ў 5 ࠌ̾ʰ
ĶQUICKĞ‫ݨ‬ఀყϕğķ
ĶNORMALĞყϕğķ
ĶOFFĞყ
ϕ੄̥ğķ᝗ΰਰᗗĂቜϵᚌҙዢᛪʟ˞‫عݣ‬෠̙‫ݾ‬Ă
ĶCLEANINGĞყϕ‫଼ڟ‬ᇓğ
ķ‫ۯ‬෠‫ז‬Ą
・˃࠘ 3 ˷ᚘ˞෢Ă᝗ΰਰᗗăᚌౢዢ๼ʙ‫ڢ‬ᛪĄ
・ጇѰĶCLEANINGĞყϕ‫଼ڟ‬ᇓğķ͒৖ढϵఊ˛ഒ‫̥੄ٲ‬Ą
・ጇѰĶCLEANINGĞყϕ‫଼ڟ‬ᇓğķ͒৖໋˛ĂЃَΈ෠ϕሑ‫ڟ‬ψ
Ѥʙ࢏۞ढĂ‫܌‬Ф͟৖ഒ‫ٲ‬ΓલོѰĄቜϵყϕጠ଼ᇓོѰൖԂ
˞‫ࡌ˚܉‬෠ఖϕሑ۞Ą
・ϕሑ۞ᚌΰΡ௩‫ס‬ϵ੄̥‫ڑڟ‬ဘʮᚌΰᒐʶ๼വ͎ᒐᛪĄ
3
ߏʟթ̥വΡᎿჲ‫ڟ‬ጇѰĂ̩˒ቜ
‫ع‬༊ϵሣ̾ʮĄ
଼ᇓყϕጠढ‫ߏސ̫ڟ͎޺ؚ‬ʟ˚᝱̫ૃყϕ୽‫׻ڟ‬
ఋীʿఋ˷ຖ͎‫ؚ‬ҜН‫ڟ‬Ą
֣֥୽˅ढĂ
ቜձϑᐢ‫୽ݺ‬
˛೤ॼ‫̫ڟ‬Ą
࠘5ࠌ
ę࿥ęČ
࿥
࿥ę࿥ę
Ԑ଼්ᇓʙЩ
൝̫ᇀ
˚Ҥ೩শ‫̨̫ڟ‬ьվ̫࣠‫ؾ‬୰Ρ̫ܱ・വᔇĂߏʟթ̥ᖕඃ
ᒅ೥ቜ‫ס‬ೈ଼޿̫ᇀĄ
œ ቜઠઝ‫݌‬࿬੼ૃ̫ᇀა֥ʮĂ΢‫௺ޙ‬
‫ڟ‬ॕႭ൉଼޿ੁ୑Ą
൝̫ᕭა‫ڐ‬
ઝ‫݌‬࿬
୑̫ᔮႩ
œ ෠ა̟‫ٲ‬
ა˅
୽˅
୑̫ᔮ̰
൝̫ᇀ
1
୽˅Υଋᕽაʰ
֣ʮվĄ
2
΢̙‫ݾ‬ӴൿКহ
ઠ୑̫ᔮ̰ૃ୽
˅ཇ֥ʮվĄ
3
̾‫ڟ௺ޙ‬ॕႭ൉
΢̫޿ੁ୑Ą
œ ᘰა̟‫ٲ‬
ၖ̫ሣ
ቜૃ̫ᇀა‫ݣڟ‬
̟ನʣĂ‫؁‬ሐᏞ
̟ϩᘰʰĄ
Ğ‫܉‬ğ
Ğ‫ݣ‬ğ
Ğԁಲ‫ڟ‬અລ࠘ 3 Ƃ 4 Бğ
28ࡲ
Кহ
൝̫ሣ
ቜ˚ࡌպ΢
޿ᇓዘ൉Ą
௽‫ڣ‬ձ෶
œ ᙪ޶̫ăˢ̫ă୑̫ዢ‫̫ڟ‬ăѾ෠̫൉Ğ˚Ҥ೩˯শ‫̫ڟ‬ğ
Ăቜʭ଼̈ᇓʙЩĄ
ʙБ଼ᇓʙЩ
ყϕᇺ
1
ߏʟ੄̥‫؁‬ყϕᇺ൝̫Ăቜ‫ݸ‬ყϕᎵጅᓤ
᝱֏ΰߏĶOFFĞყϕ੄̥ğķĄ
3
ᚢ‫ڪ‬ყϕᇺĂ΢޺̫ᕏ౐ԟ޿Ą
ቜ˼պ΢ॕႭ・͞д঱
۫ጷ
࿥࿥
4
ŏ ࠷᝗ΰጷਰᗗढĂቜ࠘൉
ĶOFFĞყϕ੄̥ğķ
20 ࠌĂ
᝗ΰጷ۫‫ݣ‬ϔ෌ї̾ʮጇѰĄ
2
‫ݸ‬ĶOFFĞყϕ੄̥ğķ
պ᝗ΰ۫ጷ
Έ෠ყϕ݉‫۞ڟ‬Ą
①ઠӴ̙‫؁‬጗‫̟ڟ‬ϩ‫ث‬Ą ② ‫͎؜‬ऱ˅Ą
③ᛖა ( ŕఋ ) ‫؁‬՘‫̟܉‬ϩಭਔ
④ૃऱ˅ཇ֥͎ყϕᇺĄ
ᛖა
Ӵ̙
ऱ˅
௽‫ڣ‬ձ෶
①Њཆყϕᇺծᘰʰ ②ᛖაĄ
③ઠऱ˅̫΁ϴನʣ֗శ裏࡭
④ӴʰӴ̙Ą
ь
੝
ყ
ϕ
ጠ
‫ڟ‬
۳
ኴ
͚♸
Ӵ̙
̫΁
Ӵ̙̫΁ฝĉ
ቜ‫ݸ‬ყϕᓤĂ᝱ĶNORMALĞყϕğķ᝗
ΰ۫ጷĄĞ෠‫ז‬ь੝ყϕğ
‫ݸ‬ᓤպ᝗ΰ۫ጷ
۫ጷ
œყϕᇺ‫ڟ‬Ķऱ˅૰˚֗‫׻‬ķढĂᛮ੝ყϕᇺ‫ྀ਻ڟ‬Ф͟৖̾ଂ੝Ąʙ΍֣ਸ਼ყϕᇺĂͫઠऱ˅૰ʣծᘰʰ‫ؚ‬Ф‫۞ڟ‬Ăϵ‫ݸ‬ʮņყ
ϕŇ‫ݸ‬ᓤĂ௩‫ߏס‬Ķ੄̥ķĄ྆ʟʙ޲ढ෢ყϕᇺ‫ڟ‬ᛮ੝਻ྀ‫ڟ‬ລరӇЙ‫ݣ‬Ă‫͟ۯ‬ЊཆĄ
‫۝‬ढ෢˚պ΢ढ
œ ყϕ੄̥Ăᆷढ˚պ΢ь੝ყϕጠढĂቜઠ൝̫ᇀ଼޿ੁ୑ծ᝱֏ੁᑍĂЊཆэ௣‫ڟס‬ѝ༊Ą
œ ५ѿ‫̫୑ސ‬ᔮ̰Ăቜပ‫׻‬әੁĄ
23
྄֗ੰᖠढ
ϵ‫׏‬ਊ࢓୩˞‫܉‬ĂቜϔЩᐮ‫̾ޥ‬ʮಁᔈĄ‫˫ٷڑ‬ഓ˚Ё‫ڟ‬ढ࢐Ăቜᒒ൜‫ؚ‬ᓊඵ‫ڟ‬༄ኛ‫و̘݊ͧ˴૽ؖ׹‬ਜ਼ఋĄ
ᓊඵ‫ݣ‬Ă‫ۑ‬Щպ΢ढલФ‫ڟ‬ၸੰ
‫ۑ‬Щպ΢ढ
˚ઊѾ・
˚৖ყϕ
௻ႍ૑‫ٷ‬ʮ
œ ࣇ‫ܢࡵؖן‬ϻ‫ڟ‬ढ࢐Ăᄯࡌढ෢Ѿ‫ܓ‬Ą
Ɩ ࢤЊཆ‫ݣ‬Ă͟৖ᄯࡌ࠘ 4 Ƃ 24 ˉढ̾ʰĄ
œ ‫ۑ‬Щպ΢ढĂϕሑ˱Ѿ‫˗ݣ̾ܓ‬෠‫ז‬ყϕོѰĂ‫ྲؚྀ̾‬඲ढĄ
ळጃࡵ‫̅ුڟܢ‬І‫ٲ̟ع‬Ăశ‫ڟۑ‬ყϕ͟৖ᄯࡌ 24 ˉढ̾ʰĄ
Ɩ ቜ՞ఀϴ෠ఖሑ۞‫ؖ‬ၾු̍෠Ą
Ɩ ࡵ‫˞ܢ‬෢ቜ‫ڪ‬෠෢ᄪІ‫ع‬Ą
ቜᐮ‫ޥ‬ʙʮĂ‫ސ‬௻࢏ࢨϰฝĉ
ጇѰ࡭ٖԠФ̆ᐖ
ጇѰ࡭ٖԠФ̆ᐖ
œ ጇѰఋᖇ‫͒ס‬৖Ă‫ސ‬ҏᎵጅʟĶ௩‫ס‬ķֹĉ
10ࡲ
œ Ѿᕠ݉۞ФԠФΈ෠ֹĉቜᘰʰ˞‫ݣ‬Ăϔ෌їጇѰĄ
ь੝ყϕ˚Γલ
Ӈϒ˚৖ყϕ
œ ൝̫ҙ‫ڣ‬ᚌΰጷ‫ސ‬ҏ۫ਔĉ
17ࡲ
œ ь੝ყϕጠ˸ಲЙĶOFFĞყϕ੄̥ğķ‫ڟ‬௩‫ס‬ʟฝĉ
œ ൝̫ᇀ૰ʣ֗ය྆Ķ̫ᇀཆ༊ѝķ‫ڟ‬裏࡭ʟฝĉ
16ࡲ
œ ყϕ୽‫ڟ‬ཇ࡭І‫ع‬ʟϕี̾ʹ‫ٍڟ‬љฝĉ
17ࡲ
œ ᏽϕු‫ސ‬ҏФӋఋය྆శ˃ᏽϕߨሣĉ
17ࡲ
‫ݞ‬ᘲൖϕ
ყϕᇺཇ˚൝̫
œ ‫ސ‬ҏᏜᒅϴಶ෠۞Ă‫ސ‬ҏʙЩІ‫ع‬ʟ˃ු‫ֹڐࡵڟ‬ĉ
ϕሑ˱ࣼؐ‫ސ‬ԠФ͈˷Ѿ‫ܓ‬Ą
Ɩ ቜཐཐϵϕሑ˱Ѿ‫܉ܓ‬Ăၾු೵̍෠ఖ۞Ą
Ɩ ቜཐཐၾු‫ڪ‬෠ᏽІࡵ‫˞ܢ‬෢‫ڟ‬෢ᄪĄ
œ ͌‫ן‬ԐൖʙЩϕ͟৖ᄯࡌ 4 ˉढ̾ʰĄ
œ ૃĶOFFĞყϕ੄̥ğķ‫ڟ‬௩‫ס‬Ăᝐԁ֗ĶNORMALĞყϕğķ‫ڟ‬௩‫ݣ˞ס‬Ăൖϕ‫ڟ‬ढ෢๼̨΁લ
ᄯԁ‫ڟ۝‬ढ෢Ą
œ ࡵ‫ؖܢ‬௡˅‫ސ‬ҏ௝ऎൿĂ۞ᘰႧʟฝĉ
Ɩ ቜϵᘰൿ۞‫ڑڟ‬ဘᐮ‫ޥ‬ʙʮઝ‫݌‬᜜ନ௎ФഒᒁᄪĄ
œ ‫ސ‬ҏ௩‫ߏס‬ĶENERGY SAVINGĞ໽ྫğķᇁВĉቜཌਸ਼ĶENERGY SAVINGĞ໽ྫğķᇁВĄ
11ࡲ
ϕีФ͏ਔ
œ ‫ސ‬ყϕᇺ‫ڟ‬ຜʰፖ̫࢝ൖʟĄ˚‫୴ސ‬લĄ
‫ؚ‬ᏽІ‫ڟ‬ϕีᝐˉ
ϕี˞෢
ϵʙਔ
œ ‫۝‬ढ෢ፖᏽൿԠպ΢‫ڟ‬ᕟϕีĂ๼ьഓᝐˉĂ
ϵʙਔĄ
œ ‫ސ‬ҏᏜᒅϴಶ෠۞Ă‫ސ‬ҏʙЩІ‫ع‬ʟ˃ු‫ֹڐࡵڟ‬ĉϕሑ˱‫ڟ‬ຣ‫ݙ‬ʰ̀Ăፖᏽ‫ڟ‬ϕีĂ๼ᝐˉ
ծ
ϵʙਔĄ
œ Ф͟৖‫ސ‬ሑ۞‫تؖ‬ઢʙढԠᘰႧĄ
ൖ‫ڟ‬ϕี‫ˉݞ‬
œ ൝̫ᇀ‫̍ݞڟ఻̫ڟ‬ढĂ๼ൖˉ‫ڟ‬ϕีĄ
Ɩ ቜཐཐ̫͑͑֗൝̫ᇀ‫ڟ‬ၖ̫ሣĄ
16ࡲ
17ࡲ
œ ყϕᇺཇ‫ڟ‬൝̫ු˚ү˺ढĂ๼ൖЙ
ϵʙਔ‫ڟ‬ϕีĄ
Ɩ ቜཐཐ̫͑͑֗൝̫ᇀ‫ڟ‬ၖ̫ሣĄ
16ࡲ
ყЙ
ϵʙਔ‫ڟ‬ϕี ʹऱ࠷ԠФЊཆϵΓሂѝ༊ढĂ͟৖๼୰Ρۣൿ‫ڟ‬ϕี
23ࡲ
œ ࠷ყϕᇺཇФ๬ฌĂϕีൖЙढĂᘲ̾ૃყϕᇺʰ֥ʮվĂ๼
ϵʙਔĄ
ϻЩവΡϣᆺ૑‫ٷ‬ढĂቜჄ༄ኛ‫߁׹‬੦Ă࿙ཐԁಲყϕᇺĄ
24
ϕีཇФΩѓ୅ጪ
œ ‫ސ‬ϰߏ୅ϵ̫˛‫ڟ‬ॉ‫پ‬௝‫݌‬ϵϕีཇ࡭ʟĄ
Ɩ ˚‫୴ސ‬લĄ
œ ΢ᙪ޶̫ყϕʟฝĉ
Ɩ ̫˛ҤФ‫ڟ‬ᙪ޶‫࢝ڐ‬ൖ๼ᝐΩф୅ጪĄ
҉պϵ̫ཇᎊ˽ʟʶ๼ФΩѓ୅ጪĂ˚྆ഒࣛĄ
ყϕᇺ‫ڟ‬ऱ˅‫˚؜‬
͎վ
œ ყϕ͒৖‫ڟ‬ĶQUICKĞ‫ݨ‬ఀყϕğķĶNORMALĞყϕğķ‫ڟ‬᝗ΰጷ۫ൿฝĉ
Ɩ ь੝ყϕጠΓϵყϕढ‫͎˚؜‬վĄቜᔈ۫ĶOFFĞყϕ੄̥ğ
ķ‫ڟ‬᝗ΰጷĄĶOFFĞყϕ੄̥ğķ
᝗ΰਰᗗढĂ
ቜ࠘൉ 20 ࠌĂĶOFFĞყϕ੄̥ğķ᝗ΰ۫ጷ‫ݣ‬ϔ‫͎؜‬Ą
23ࡲ
௻ႍ૑‫ٷ‬ʮ
ቜᐮ‫ޥ‬ʙʮĂ‫ސ‬௻࢏ࢨϰฝĉ
Ф୴֨
ϕีФ୴֨
œ ൝̫ᇀ・୑̫ᔮ̰ᄼᜰฝĉϕีᕟฝĉ
Ɩ ߏʟթ̥ĶവᔇķĶ̫ܱķĂቜ‫ס‬ೈ଼޿Ą
22ࡲ
œ Υ‫ػ‬ьվ̫˛‫ڟ‬೩˯শ዗ᑻĂ೩‫ڟ‬ॉ֨๼‫ࡧݞ‬Ą
ϕሑ˱Ф୴֨
œ ‫ސ‬ҏ‫ڢ‬૥ϴᏽ‫ع‬ʟॉ֨ࡧ‫ֹܢࡵڟ‬ĉ
Ɩ ள৚ጠ৖˚৖Ӈϒ͞ਸ਼‫ؚ‬Ф‫ڟ‬ॉ֨Ą
ቜ΢۳ᔀሰ൉ઝ‫ݣ݌‬ᏽ‫ع‬Ą
Фอሲ֨
œ ‫ސ‬ϰߏϵϕሑ˱պ΢ʟϻᆵ‫ڟ‬อሲఋχĂ˚྆Ă͈˷Ѿ‫ݣܓ‬ьഓ౷๼ယယ೵ᄆĄ
ߏ๖ࡧਔՎĂቜ᝱‫ؘ‬෢۳‫ݻ‬௽ࡳĄ
˚Ѿ
ሂჯࡵ‫ڟڐ‬І‫ٷڑع‬
œ ࡵ‫ؖܢ‬௡˅‫ސ‬ҏ௝ऎൿĂ۞ᘰႧʟฝĉ
Ɩ ቜϵᘰൿ۞‫ڑڟ‬ဘᐮ‫ޥ‬ʙʮઝ‫݌‬࿬௎ФഒᒁᄪĄ
œ ‫ސ‬ҏฬʣ྆ϻࡵ‫ܢ‬Ă‫ސ‬ҏʙЩ‫ع‬ʣʟ˃ු‫ֹڐࡵڟ‬ĉ
Ɩ ቜᎳЈ࣠͟ঽࡵ‫ڟܢ‬਽‫ݙ‬Ăᏽ‫ࡌ˚ුع‬ᆇᛪ۞‫ڟ‬෠ఖĄ
Ɩ ࡵ‫˞ܢ‬෢ቜ‫ڪ‬෠෢ᄪІ‫ع‬Ą
œ ʰᅹѾ࢝୽・ᒡ຤੝୽ЊཆЁʟฝĉ
Ɩ ቜΓሂЊཆЁĄ
21ࡲ
ઝ‫݌‬᜜ନ௎വΡФ
ᒁᄪ‫ڑڟ‬ဘ
ሂჯЊཆ
˚Ѿ
ൖᓷ・ൖᛩ
ϕଽା̊௺
œ ळጃྫϕሑ‫ڟ‬௩༊౟‫ڪؚ̅‬ᄪ・ᑗ࿪‫ٷڑ‬൉Ă๼Фᘲ̾Ѿ‫͟ڟܓ‬৖Ą
ቜሂჯ‫ސ‬ҏΓሂЊཆʟĄ
8ࡲ
྄
֗
ੰ
ᖠ
ढ
ሂჯ௩‫ס‬ຣ‫ݙ‬
œ ‫ސ‬ҏ௩‫ߏס‬ĶENERGY SAVINGĞ໽ྫğķᇁВĉቜཌਸ਼ĶENERGY SAVINGĞ໽ྫğķᇁВĄ
11ࡲ
œ ຣ‫ݙ‬௩‫ߏס‬ĶMIN.Ğࣵğķढ๼‫ސ‬Ѿ‫˚ܓ‬՗Ą
Ɩ Ѿ‫˚ܓ‬՗‫˱݉ڟ‬ຣ‫ݙ‬௩‫ס‬ቜ˸ಲߏĶMID.Ğ˛ğķ‫ؖ‬ĶMAX.Ğ઼ğķĄ
œ ϵࣇ‫ן‬൉Ăྫϕሑ‫ڟ‬ᑗ࿪ຣ‫ݙ‬਽ฝĉ
ƖѾ‫˚ܓ‬՗‫˱݉ڟ‬ຣ‫ݙ‬௩‫ס‬ቜ˸ಲߏĶMAX.Ğ઼ğķĄ
13, 15ࡲ
ሂჯϕሑ‫ڟ‬պ΢̟‫ٲ‬
œ ϕሑ۞ಶ෠ൿढĂϕሑ˱‫ڟ‬ຣ‫ݙ‬๼ంၚʰ̀ĄᏜᒅϴ෠ఖ‫۝ސؖ‬ढ෢ಶ෠ൿ۞‫ڟ‬བྷĂϕሑ˱
‫ڟ‬ຣ‫ݙ‬๼ᘲ̾ʮ࡬Ą
Ɩ ࿙ཐ೵̍෠ఖЩᆵĂ՞ఀϴ෠ఖ൉Ą
25
྄֗ੰᖠढ
௻ႍ૑‫ٷ‬ʮ
ቜᐮ‫ޥ‬ʙʮĂ‫ސ‬௻࢏ࢨϰฝĉ
ൖᓷ・ൖᛩ
ϕሑ˱̅・‫ت‬ઢऱ
ʰൖᓷ・ൖᛩ
œ Ф͟৖‫تؖ۞ސ‬ઢФढԠᘰႧĄ
Ɩ ᘰఖ‫ت‬ઢ̅۞‫ڟ‬ढ࢐ሂჯ‫ސ‬ҏᘰႧʟĄ
œ Ф͟৖‫ސ‬෠ᘰЩᆵϻă‫۝‬ढ෢௿ᛉΈ෠ʟĄ
Ɩ ཐཐ೵̍෠ᘰЩᆵĂ՞ఀϴ෠ᘰ൉Ą
œ ໋෠ᘰϕሑ۞ढĂ‫ڪ‬ॉᆉ‫ؚ‬Ҥ‫̫ڟ‬ϋĂ๼዗ൖЙᓷ‫ؖ‬ϕĂ͟৖๼ۣൿϵѾ࢝݉‫ڟ‬ዩ࡭̅ྭχʰĄ
œ ໋ʹఋ‫ڟ‬ᇥ‫ڪ‬ॉჄϕሑ˱‫ؖ‬ϕሑ۞ऱ૥ᚉढĂ͟৖๼ൖᓷ‫ؖ‬ൖᛩĄ
ϕሑ‫ʹڟ‬੏ൖᛩ
( ʹཆă۞‫ڟ‬ઝ‫݌‬
࿬ă۞ă‫ت‬ઢ൉ )
œ ʮ‫̈ۦ‬൉݉˱ᑆ‫ݙ‬਽‫ڟ‬ढ࢐๼ൖᛩĄ
œ ઠթ̥ൖᛩ‫͑ڟ‬ᇥዢቡࣵढĂᑆ‫ྲྀݙ‬਽ढྤٖ‫ڟ‬ᛡٖఋϋăϕሑ۞࿬੼ăϕሑ۞͟৖๼Фൖᛩ
‫ڟ‬૑ӜĄ
28ࡲ
œ ຣ‫ݙ‬௩‫ס‬ϵĶMAX.Ğ઼ğķढĂϕሑ۞‫͟࡭ے‬৖๼Фൖᛩ‫ڟ‬૑ӜĄ
Ɩ Ъढቜ̾ੁ΀ᐢ‫ݺ‬ĄӰຣ‫ݙ‬௩‫ס‬ቡэĶMID.Ğ˛ğķ‫ڟ‬෦޲Ą
Ѿᕠ݉˛዗ൖᛩ̫
œ ϕሑ۞‫ڟ‬෠ᘰЩᆵᏜᒅढĂ‫ؖ‬ϕሑֺ౜ຣ‫ݙ‬਽ढዩ࡭๼ਔᘴĂϵ
Ѿॉ͎ࡳʿۣۖ๼዗ൖᛩ̫
Ɩ ቜ΢ੁ΀ᐢ‫ݺ‬Ą
዗ൖᛩ̫
œ ሹَ۳ᔀ̨݉֏͂‫ڟ‬ᏽІ݉‫ڟ‬ᑆ‫ݙ‬਽ ( ‫ߏސ‬ʟ˚᝱ሹَੁᑍĂ̾͟‫۝‬ʴ۳І‫ؚ‬௩ࡎ‫) ڟ‬
ሹَ۳ᔀ݉˛዗ൖ Ɩ Ѓَϵ๎ሹَ۳ᔀ݉‫ڟ‬਽ᑆ‫ݙ‬Ăቜઠࡵ‫̾ڐ‬۳ᔀሰ͓ᕭ˞‫ݣ‬ϵ‫ع‬ʣሹَ۳ᔀ݉˱Ą
œ ዗ൖᛩ̫྆ϻढĂ̫͟৖ፖϵሹَ۳ᔀ݉‫˅୽ڟ‬൉˛Ą
ᛩ̫
Ɩ ቜ΢ੁ΀ᐢ‫ݺ‬Ą
̊Ѿ
̊Ѿ
࢝ൖʟ
œ ຣ‫ݙ‬ቡ໽ߏĶMAX.Ğ઼ğķʟฝĉƖቜ௩‫ߏס‬ĶMID.Ğ˛ğķĄ
13, 15ࡲ
œ ᑗ࿪ຣ‫ސݙ‬ҏ 5˚C ̾ʮֹĉƖֺ౜ຣ‫̊ݙ‬ѳ‫ڟ‬ढ࢐Ăϕሑ˱๼Ф྆Ѿ‫ڟ‬૑‫ٷ‬Ąቜઠຣ‫ݙ‬ቡ໽ߏ
ĶMIN.ĞࣵğķĄ
13, 15ࡲ
œ ቜ˚ࡌ‫ع‬ϵѾॉҚ͎ʿ‫࡭܉ڟ‬Ą
ሑ۞਽ѳ˚΁ᎋ̾̅ޯଇ
ሑ۞਽ѳ˚΁ᎋ
ሑ۞ޯଇ
œ Ф͟৖‫ސ‬௩༊ϴ̟ԠФ̫΁Ą
Υ‫ػ‬ϴٖ̊௺͑ʰᏽ‫ුࡧڟڐع‬պሑ༚ʮԖ൉‫ࢨڟ‬ϰĂሑ۞๼ФᎿѝĄ
Ɩ ؒ৖ʰԠФੰᖠĂ̾͟ັᕟպ΢Ă˚྆˭๎‫ڟ‬བྷĂཐཐቡጌ;͡‫ڟ‬ቡጌ༚Ą
Ɩ ϕሑΏ᝝ชଇ‫ڟ‬ढ࢐Ăቜኜʰ 1cm ̾ʰ‫˅ٖڟ־઀ڟܔ‬Ą
8ࡲ
ᘰʰ۞˞‫ݣ‬ϔγ֓
œ ‫ސ‬ϰߏ෌ʣʟϕሑ˱‫ڪڟ‬ॉ؇ഓ֧֗Ѿ‫ܓ‬ĂॉᐆʙढᝐѳĄ
Έ෠ढ๐֗Ϭʨ
ᘰ۞ढ֏͂‫۞ڟ‬๼෠ œ ϰߏϨ݉‫ڟ‬Ѿॉ௽཯‫ߺސ‬௽‫ڟ‬Ăᘰ۞ढΥ‫ࡳػ‬ᐆպ֏͂۞๼ʙᑡ෢Έ෠Ą
ϕሑവᇥ
ྫϕሑ‫ڟ‬੏࡭വᇥ œ ߏʟ᝱Ѿ‫ܓ‬ཆ༊ོѰढ‫ؚ‬വ͎‫ڟ‬ᇥॉϩʹ૶ф๼വᇥĄ
ሑ༚‫׻‬ʮҚ͎๸ࡳ ƖࢤࢤЊཆ‫ןࣇސؖݣ‬Ă͟৖๼Ф 50 Ƃ 60˚CĂ˚྆Њϒʰ̾̅ؒ৖ʰԠФੰᖠĂѮቜ˚ࡌᚉဥĄ
26
௻ႍ૑‫ٷ‬ʮ
ቜᐮ‫ޥ‬ʙʮĂ‫ސ‬௻࢏ࢨϰฝĉ
ᒐࡱ˚ဇ
œ Ф͟৖‫ސ‬ԠФΓሂЊཆЁ
ࢨϰ
ϕሑവ͎‫ڟ‬ᒐࡱ࿣ᖕ
Њཆ
ϴٖᜉТ
ቜኜʰ઀‫ݣٖ̾ڟ־‬Ăϵٖʰ࡭ЊཆĄ
ϕሑኬൿᑓ‫֎ࣜؖ‬൉
ྫϕሑ‫ֺڟ‬౜‫ڪ‬෠෢ᄪЊ༊Ą
༚ࣴᛖაள༣ʟ
ቜΓሂЊཆЁ༚ࣴᛖაĄ
8ࡲ
8ࡲ
œ ᓊඵ‫ݣ‬Ăࢤ෠‫ז‬պ΢൉ϕሑᓙΐѾ‫ܓ‬ढ・ሑ۞෠ఖᏜᒅढ・ֺ౜‫ڟ‬ຣ‫ݙ‬਽ढĂΥ‫ػ‬ᐆᑻጠ਽ఀ
ོѰĂ͟৖๼๐ᚈ֗ᒐࡱ˃Ą
Ɩ ͈˷Ѿ‫ݣܓ‬Ăᒐࡱ๼ᝐˉĄ
ོѰࡱ‫۝‬
œ ‫ߏސ‬ʟ᝱ᐆᑻጠယယϴོᕽĂ‫ސ‬ϵ߸ྫོѰĄ
Фढᒐࡱᝐ˃
œ ‫ސ‬ϰߏོᕽʨᏍൿϕሑ˱‫ڟ‬ຣ‫ݙ‬ᝐ˽ϵᝐԁĄ
œ Ѓʮ‫ڟ‬ᒐࡱ‫ސ‬ΓલོѰढവ͎‫ڟ‬Ăծ˚‫୴ސ‬લĄ
ᒐࡱ‫ڟ‬ႍᘸ
֏͂ սЃ᜙֗௻
ᆺ‫ڟ‬ᒐࡱढ
ᒐࡱ‫ڟ‬വΡປ
・࿋޺̫‫ڟ‬ᒐࡱĞ⑳ᜅ⑳ᜅğ
・࿋ቹᆡ‫ڟ‬ᒐࡱĞͤңͤңğ
・࿋‫ٴ‬ᚢ‫ڟ‬ᒐࡱĞẢẢẢğ
・࿋ጶш‫ڟ‬ᒐࡱĞࢼƂğ
‫ߏސ‬ʟѾ‫ྫܓ‬ϕሑ‫ڟ‬Ѿ౬޺੝ᒐ・ᎊᓷढ‫޺̫ڟ‬ᒐ・ბവᒐĄ
・࿋ᆞᐢ‫ڟ‬ᒐࡱĞੳࢿğ
‫ސ‬Ѿᕠࣲ‫ڟ‬ຣ‫ݙ‬ᝐ˽ढĂఋχ‫ڟ‬ᆞᐢᒐĄ
・࿋˧ᅄ௝͚ൿ‫ڟ‬ᒐࡱĞภ ภ ğ
・࿋֮ҥ‫ڟ‬ᒐࡱĞᅡƂğ
・࿋ࢤᘰ۞ढ‫ڟ‬ᒐࡱĞᢌƂğ
‫ސ‬ૡࣲ֙˱ຣ‫ྫڟݙ‬ॉఋχ‫ོڟ‬ѰᒐĄ
・ь੝ყϕጠ‫ڟ‬ᒐࡱ
ĞౘƂğ
Ğ࿟੨࿟੨ğ
Ğ‫ܥ‬噃‫ܥ‬噃ğ
‫ސ‬ϕีૃь੝ყϕጠ‫ڟ‬ყϕᇺᖔ༣ढĂ̾̅ყϕᇺཇ൝̫ढ‫ڟ‬
ᒐࡱĄ൝̫ᇀ‫ڟڪ‬ढ࢐Ԑ֍ˉढʶ๼വ͎ᒐࡱĄ
᝱ĶOFFĞყϕ੄̥ğķ᝗ΰ۫ጷ‫ڟ‬བྷ‫܌‬ყϕ੄̥Ă౷˚๼വ͎ᒐࡱĄ
・ढલФ‫ڟ‬ᒐࡱĞ͚⏍͚⏍ğ
ߏʟѾ‫ܓ‬ϕሑ˱෠‫ོז‬Ѱढ‫ڟ‬ᒐࡱĄ
྄
֗
ੰ
ᖠ
ढ
17ࡲ
֏͂
ᚉ໦֗ጠ᝝๼๐ᚈ œ ྫϕሑ๼ળФᏗྫĂЊϒʰԠФੰᖠĄ
Ɩ ˭๎‫ڟ‬བྷĂ‫ݚ‬ᚊဂ‫ފ‬૥ϴĄ
9ࡲ
֗์ු‫޺ྫڟ‬
ྫගጠ・Нࡱጠ൉ œ ‫ྫૃސ‬ϕሑവ͎‫ྫࣵ์ڟ‬ႄٰ‫ڟ‬ᆇᛪĄ
വΡФᖕࡱ・‫ގ‬࿋ Ɩ ቜᖔ෠ྫගጠ・Нࡱጠ・ྫབྷ۞ྛ൉௩༊Ą
Ɩ ‫ݚ‬ᚊϵᖔ෠̈ሣ൉‫ڟ‬ϴ̟૥ྫປĂဂ‫ފ‬૥ϴĄ
‫ۆڟ‬ค
9ࡲ
อሲྭχʰФ࿋ฌ œ ‫ސ‬อሲЙ‫ܮ‬ढവΡ‫ڟ‬ጙ্޺୷Ą
୷ʙᆺ‫ڟ‬஠ሣ
ఆ‫ڟق‬ఋχ๼५ѿ᝗஁Ă઼‫ݙ‬ʰԠФੰᖠĂ˚๼ক඙Ą
ሑ۞࡭‫ؖ‬੏࡭・థ œ ϕሑ‫ڟ‬ყఅˎുʰĂ๼വΡᄆ์‫ٰڟ‬঴‫ޯؖ‬ӯĄ
ळጃັ࣢̟ϩ̅۫‫ݙ‬൉๼๐֗᝗஁ĂѮؒ৖ʰԠФੰᖠĄ
࡭ʰФٰ঴‫ޯؖ‬ӯ
Ѿᕠ݉۞ጇѰ࡭
ٖ‫ڟ‬᝗ΰጷၫພ
œ ጇѰൖԂ‫ݣ‬Ă༄྆࠘ 2 ˷ᚘ̜Ѕ᝗ΰጷ‫܌‬ၫພĄѮ‫ݨސ‬Ѿོᕽ‫ڟ‬᝗ΰ̾̅ eco ོᕽ᝗ΰጷ‫۫܌‬
ጷĄЃَࡌ᝱֏۫ጷढቜ‫ݸ‬ψѤʙ࢏‫ݸ‬ᓤĄ
ሑ۞˱੏Фˉ‫޾ڟ‬
œ ௻࢏޾‫ސ‬ϵϕሑყఅ྆ു˛Ăา͈൘ሢԅटढߏʟ᝱˱ఋ‫ڪڟ‬ॉ‫ʹ؁‬ಹ‫ؚ‬
‫޾ڟݷ‬Ą˚‫ސ‬๬ฌʶ˚‫୴ސ‬લ૑ӜĄ
̌Ğ۞˱੏ğ
27
௻ႍ૑‫ٷ‬ʮƟͪᓊྭχ
Ѿᕠ݉۞ጇѰ࡭
ķ᝗ΰ
ٖ‫ڟ‬Ķ
൉ਰᗗ
œ ‫ސ‬௽‫ڣ‬ь੝ყϕጠăຣ‫ݙ‬ૡ֙‫ؖ‬ਸ਼ᓷཆ༊൉Ф୴લĄ
œ ҉պሂჯʮ‫࣠˱ڟے‬Ăਰᗗᓙ‫ڟ੄˚ސ‬ढ࢐Ă‫ؖ‬ਰᗗᇁВ˚ϣढĂቜჄ༄ኛ‫߁׹‬੦Ą
᝗ΰਰᗗᇁВ
ਰᗗ
ķਰᗗ 3 Щ
Ķ
ሂ
ჯ
ķਰᗗ
Ķ
Ğਸ਼ʟਰᗗ 3 Щğ
ቜሂჯ
͟৖‫ࢨڟ‬ϰ
ყϕᇺ̅ᏽϕුഁ‫ڣ‬ଜʰĂФࡵ‫ܢ‬൉ᚉ໦ൿ‫ڟ‬
͟৖Ą
ቜӰყϕ݉ᚢ‫ݣڪ‬ဂ‫ފ‬Ķყϕጠ଼ᇓķĄ
ҙ‫ڣ‬Ф୴લĄ
ቜჄᓊඵ‫ڟ‬༄ኛ‫׹‬੦߁Ą
ĶQUICKĞ‫ݨ‬ఀყϕğķ
ĶNORMALĞყϕğķ
Γϵ෌їĶყϕጠ଼ᇓķĄ
ĶOFFĞყϕ੄̥ğķ
ყ
ਰᗗ
ϕ
੄ྫʟ
ቜሂჯ P.22 ‫ڟ‬Ķь੝ყϕጠ‫ڟ‬۳ኴķĄ
ĶOFFĞყϕ੄̥ğķ
ϵყϕ˛ఊყϕĶ੄̥ķढ๼ਰᗗĄ
ਰᗗ
ቜሂჯ P.23 ‫ڟ‬ĶყϕᇺķĄ
ϒఋ‫ڟ‬᝗ΰਰᗗĄ
ቜሂჯ P.29 ‫ڟ‬Ķሑ۞ᚌౢዢķĄ
ሑ۞ಶ෠ʟ 1 ˷ᚘ̾ʰ‫ڑڟ‬ဘĄĞ۞ԠᘰႧ൉ğ
œ ϵ֗‫ݮ‬ಈ˞෢Ăቜ೵̍ሑ۞‫ڟ‬෠ఖĂᓗѻࡧ๳ϔІ‫ܢࡵع‬Ą
‫۝‬ढ෢˚΢
œ ቜઠϕሑ˱‫ٍڟ‬љϒఋ଼͎Ă‫ئ‬ʮྫປನᏞĂ଼૭ϕሑ˱̅ь੝ყϕጠĂ‫ؚ‬Ф‫۞ڟ‬Έ෠ੁᑍ 2 Ƃ 3 ̈Ą
19∼23ࡲ
ਸ਼ᓷ
œ Ъྫϕሑь੝ਸ਼ᓷĂ˚ᄯࡌጇѰĄ
ນཌʟ‫̫ڟ‬๼ፖϵბവᇺʰĂь੝ბവĄ
๨ࣜ
஋੝・๨ོ
œ ቜ੤ኧĶ஋੝・๨ོढķĄ
ઠթ̥ൖᛩ΢‫ڟ‬
വᇥዢĦྤٖᛡ
ٖఋħ௩‫ྲྀߏס‬
ࣵढ
ྤٖᛡٖఋ
7ࡲ
œ թ̥ൖᛩ΢‫ڟ‬വᇥዢ௩‫ס‬ϵྲྀࣵ‫ݙുڟ‬ढĂ̾͟໽߸ྫʨ॑৉Ą
թ̥ൖᛩ‫͑ڟ‬ᇥዢ௩‫ ߏ˷̾͟ס‬4 ࢏෦޲Ă෦޲ 4 ྀ̾֗͟߸ྫझَĄ
թ̥ൖᛩ΢‫ڟ‬വᇥዢ௩‫ס‬ϵྲྀࣵ‫ݙുڟ‬ढăᑆ‫ݙ‬਽‫ڟ‬ढ࢐ϵྤٖ‫ڟ‬ᛡٖఋ๼Фਔᘴ‫ڟ‬୪ණĄ
࠷ਔᘴढቜཌਸ਼௩‫ס‬Ą
œ ໋‫ئ‬ਸ਼ನᏞϔನʣĂ‫ݮྫ੄ސؖ‬ಈռྫढઠ๼ཌਸ਼௩‫ס‬Ą
࿥
‫ݻ‬ᛉ‫ݸ‬ʮ‫ݸ‬ᓤ࠘ 3 ࠌ
ཌਸ਼௩‫ס‬ढĂϵ൉঻ 4 ‫ڑڟ‬ဘʮĂቜጇѰ 1Ă2 ‫ڟ‬ԏ᝽Ą
ᚌΰᒐĶ࿥࿥ķᛪढĂ‫ے܌‬ΰཌਸ਼௩‫ס‬Ą
࿥ー
࿥ー
࿥ー
߸ྫ 1 ঻
๑ԁཏ஠ቡ໽ຣ
‫ݙ‬ढ
࿥ー
࿥ー
࿥ー
࿥ー
߸ྫ 2 ঻
߸ྫ 3 ঻
࿥ー
࿥ー
࿥ー
߸ྫ 4 ঻
࿥࿥
ཌਸ਼
Ѿᕠַ݉Ѿ࢝݉‫ڟ‬ຣ‫ݙ‬௩‫̾͟ס‬ઠĶMIN.ĞࣵğķĶMID.Ğ˛ğķĶMAX.Ğ઼ğķ
᝗ΰ۫ጷ
᝗ΰጷਰᗗ
ቡጌߏԁ஠์‫ ڟ‬9 ࢏෦޲Ą
෠ଂʮᅹѾ࢝݉۞Ą
1.
MAX.
‫֗ڢ‬വ͎Ķ࿥ķᒐĄ ᝗
2. ‫ݸ‬ўጇѰఋ‫ڟ‬ņREFRIGERATORŇ‫ݸ‬ᓤ‫ݻ‬ᛉ 5 ࠌ̾ʰĂ
MID.
ΰ
( ҉͟஠์ቡጌຣ‫ݙ‬Ą)
MIN.
3. ᘰఖʮᅹѾ࢝݉۞Ą
‫ݸ‬
ņREFRIGERATORŇ
ă
ņFREEZERŇ‫ݸ‬ᓤĂԐ‫ݸ‬ʙЩ‫܌‬ᅨ઼ʙ࢏෦޲Ą
4.
ࣵ
˛
઼
( ϵĶMAX.Ğ઼ğķढϵ‫ݸ‬ʙʮĂ‫܌‬ϱಈߏĶMIN.Ğࣵğķ)
௩‫ס‬ຣ‫ݙ‬
5. ๑੄̥์஠ቡ໽ढĂቜ෌ї 1 ַ 2 ‫ڟ‬ጇѰĄ
ᚌౢࡱĶ࿥࿥ķᛪਔ‫ۯ‬ϱಈߏ௽લ‫ڟ‬ቡ໽Ą
ͪᓊྭχ
̾ʮྭχԁಲढĂቜਜ਼Άϩ༄ኛ‫ܮقݾ׹‬༴ϪĂᓊඵટ΢‫ྭڟ‬χĄ
୑̫ᔮ̰‫ڟ‬ԁಲ
28
࿥ー
࠘3ࠌ
œ ྤٖ‫ڟ‬ᛡٖఋ‫ڟ‬௩‫ס‬
1. ෠ଂʮᅹѾ࢝݉۞Ą
2. ϵᘰఖѾᕠ݉۞‫ڑڟ‬ဘʮ‫ݻ‬ᛉ‫ݸ‬ўጇѰఋņFREEZERŇᓤ 3 ࠌ̾ʰ
‫֗ڢ‬വ͎Ķ࿥ -ķᒐĄ( ߸ྫ 1 ঻ )
3. ๑ࡌϔЩᝐԁ໽ྫ൉঻ढĂቜࡧቒጇѰ 2 ‫ڟ‬ԏ᝽Ą
4. ᘰఖʮᅹѾ࢝݉۞Ą
œ ᕟʟቜԁಲĄĞઅΏʰ‫ ࠘ސ‬3 Ƃ 4 Бğ
œ ࡏᓊԁಲ΢‫̫୑ڟ‬ᔮ̰ቜ‫ྭסݾ‬χ‫ܮ‬༴ : RJK-30100Ăϩ༄ኛ‫׹‬ᓊඵĄ
Ğ‫̫୑͞ض‬ᔮ̰ყϕ৖ʨʶ˚๼ӽᝐĄğ
Ħeco ོᕽ᝗ΰጷħ
Ɵሑ۞ᚌౢዢƟጇѰఋᖇ‫͒ס‬৖
٧๎ձ෶ œቜᘰఖ‫ؚ‬Ф‫ڟ۞ڟ‬૑‫ٷ‬ʮ෌ї௩‫ס‬ጇѰĄ
10ࡲ
Ħeco ོᕽ᝗ΰጷħ
ᓷಉᑗѾ‫ܓ‬ढĂ೵̍ྫʨ॑৉Ăь੝᝗ΰጷ۫ጷĂҙ‫ڣ‬ϕሑ‫ސ‬௎ϵ߸৖ປོᕽ‫ٷڑ‬Ą
Ħeco ོᕽ᝗ΰጷħ
௽‫ڣ‬ձ෶
œĦeco ོᕽ᝗ΰጷħഒ‫۫ٲ‬ጷढĂ͟৖‫̾ސ‬ʮ‫ࢨڟ‬ϰĄ
・Ħeco ོᕽ᝗ΰጷħ‫ސ‬ҏ௩‫ߏס‬᝗ΰጷၫພ‫ڟ‬ᇁВֹĉƖቜշັʰ࡭‫ڟ‬ჳ‫ق‬ጇѰϱಈࢨվ௩‫ٲ̟ڟס‬Ą
・ ࢤЊཆӇЙ‫ݣ‬ă‫ؖ‬ʙЩІ‫̊ع‬ϻ‫ܢࡵڟ‬ă‫ސؖ‬ϕሑ۞෠ఖ‫ڟ‬Щᆵ྆‫ػ‬Ꮬᒅ̾࠮ᐆᑻጠ෌ї਽ఀོᕽĂ‫ؚ̾‬᝗ΰጷഒ‫۫ٲ‬ጷĄ
Ɩቜၾ͟৖ϕሑ෠ఖढ෢˼྆ʴă̅೵̍෠ఖЩᆵĄ
・ĶFREEZERĞ‫ݨ‬Ѿ࢝ğķĶREFRIGERATORĞ‫ݨ‬ѾᕠğķĶQUICKĞ‫ݨ‬ఀყϕğķΓϵོᕽढƖོᕽൖԂ‫ݣ‬ϕሑ‫ོڟ‬ᕽϵЊ
‫ڟס‬૑‫ٷ‬ʮĂ᝗ΰጷ۫ጷĄ
・ ࣇ‫ן‬൉Ăϕሑֺ౜ຣ‫ྲྀݙ‬਽ढĄ
œ໋‫ئ‬ਸ਼ྫປನᏞϔನʰನᏞढĂ‫ݮݣྫ੄ؖ‬ಈռྫढĂĦeco ོᕽ᝗ΰጷħ‫ݮ܌‬ಈ֗ࢨվ‫ڟ‬௩‫ס‬Ą
‫ׇ‬෢൉५ѿϵ๎۫ጷढĂ̾͟ઠĦeco ོᕽ᝗ΰጷħၫພĄ
Ŝઠ᝗ΰጷၫພ‫ٲ̟ڟ‬
᝗ΰጷਰᗗ
Ŝϱಈ֗ࢨվ௩‫ٲ̟ڟס‬
࿥
ϒ ఋ ϕ ሑ ۞ ᘰ ఖ ‫ ڑ ڟ‬ဘ ʮĂ ‫ ݸ‬ʮ
“REFRIGERATOR”‫ݸ‬ᓤ‫ݻ‬ᛉ 3 ࠌĂ
‫֗ڢ‬Ħeco ོᕽ᝗ΰጷħਰᗗߏ̥Ą
࠘3ࠌ
Ħeco ོᕽ᝗ΰጷħ᝗ΰພጷĄ
᝗ΰ۫ጷ
ϒ ఋ ϕ ሑ ۞ ᘰ ఖ ‫ ڑ ڟ‬ဘ ʮĂ‫ ݸ‬ʮ
“REFRIGERATOR” ‫ ݸ‬ᓤ ‫ ݻ‬ᛉ 3 ࠌĂ
‫֗ڢ‬Ħeco ོᕽ᝗ΰጷħ᝗ΰ۫ጷߏ̥Ą
࠘3ࠌ
Ħeco ོᕽ᝗ΰጷħ3 ࠌ᝗ΰ۫ጷĄ
˞‫ݣ‬ळጃོᕽ‫ڑ‬ဘ᝗ΰ۫ጷĂ
‫ؖ‬ພጷĄ
࿥࿥
࿥
࿥ę
ሑ۞ᚌౢዢ
ሑ۞‫ڟ‬Έ෠‫ڑ‬ဘය྆ 30 ࠌ̾ʰĂ‫ۯ‬๼വ͎Ѓʮ‫ؚے‬ΰ‫ڟ‬ᚌΰᒐჄጇѰఋ̜ЅਰᗗĂ̾ᒐࡱჄ۫ώҙ‫ڣ‬ሑ۞෠ൿĄ
ሑ۞‫ڟ‬Έ෠ढ෢
30 ࠌᚘ‫ ݣ‬ŏ
1 ˷ᚘ‫ݣ‬ā
2 ˷ᚘ‫ݣ‬ā
3 ˷ᚘ‫ݣ‬ā
ᚌౢࡱ
࿥ę࿥ę࿥ę
ጇѰఋ
˚ਰᗗ
࿥ę࿥ę࿥ę
࿥ę࿥ę࿥ę࿥ę࿥ę
ਰᗗ
ਰᗗ
௿ᛉ˚੄ᛪĄ
ਰᗗ
ŏ30 ࠌ‫ݣ‬ĂͫФ௩‫ྫ߸ߏס‬ᇁВढϕሑ۞ᚌΰᒐ˗๼ᛪĄ
ሑ۞ᚌΰᒐ͒৖‫ۣސ‬ᚴ‫ػ‬Ѿᕠ݉・ყϕ݉・ʮᅹѾ࢝݉Ą
( ʰᅹѾ࢝݉・ሹَ۳ᔀ݉ԠФۣЪ͒৖ )
̾͟੄̥ሑ۞ᚌౢ
Ŝ̾͟੄̥ሑ۞ᚌౢዢ
ϒఋϕሑ۞ᘰఖ‫ڑڟ‬ဘʮĂ‫ݸ‬
ʮ“COOLING MODE” ‫ ݸ‬ᓤ ‫ݻ‬
ᛉ 3 ࠌĂ‫֗ڢ‬വ͎ņ࿥ŇᒐᛪĄ
ŜϔЩպᚌౢዢᛪढ
᝗ΰ۫ጷ
࿥
࠘3ࠌ
௩‫ס‬ൖԂढ‫܌‬ϱಈ֗శ‫ڟۑ‬
᝗ΰĄ
௽‫ڣ‬ձ෶
࿥ę
ϒఋϕሑ۞ᘰఖ‫ڑڟ‬ဘʮĂ‫ݸ‬
ʮ“COOLING MODE” ‫ ݸ‬ᓤ ‫ݻ‬
ᛉ 3 ࠌĂ‫֗ڢ‬വ͎ņ࿥࿥ŇᒐᛪĄ
᝗ΰ۫ጷ
࠘3ࠌ
௩‫ס‬ൖԂढ‫܌‬ϱಈ֗శ‫ڟۑ‬
᝗ΰĄ
‫ݻ‬ᛉ‫ݸ‬ʮ‫ݸ‬ᓤ࠘ 3 ࠌ
・・・
࿥࿥
‫ݻ‬ᛉ‫ݸ‬ʮ‫ݸ‬ᓤ࠘ 3 ࠌ
œઠϕሑ۞ᚌΰᒐᘰ૬‫ݣ‬ĂጇѰٖ‫̜ڟ‬Ѕ᝗ΰጷ‫ڟ‬ਰᗗʶ੄̥ĄЪʹጇѰࡱʶ੄̥ĂѮĶყϕ଼ᇓķ‫ڟ‬ᚌΰᒐᓙ๼വ͎ᒐᛪĄ
œ͎ᆅढĂϕሑ۞ᚌΰᒐ௩‫ס‬ϵ๼വ͎ᒐࡱ‫ڑڟ‬ဘĄ
œ໋‫ئ‬ਸ਼ྫປನᏞϔನʰನᏞढĂ‫ݮݣྫ੄ؖ‬ಈռྫढĂϕሑ۞ᚌౢࡱ‫ݮ܌‬ಈ֗ࢨվ‫ڟ‬௩‫ס‬Ą
ጇѰఋᖇ‫͒ס‬৖
( ‫ݸ‬ᓤᖇ ) ‫ڟ‬᝗ΰጷ۫ጷढĂ҉պ‫ݸ‬ʟ֏͂‫ූݸڟ‬ʶഒ‫ٲ‬ጇѰĄ
‫ߏސ‬ʟթ̥ჲᚉጇѰٖĂ̅֋േคәϕሑф௩ࡎ‫͒ڟ‬৖Ą
Ŝ௩‫ס‬ᖇ‫ס‬
ϒఋϕሑ۞ᘰఖ‫ڑڟ‬ဘ
ʮĂ‫ݸ‬ʮņFREEZERŇ
‫ݸ‬ᓤ‫ݻ‬ᛉ3ࠌĂ‫֗ڢ‬വ͎
ņ࿥ŇᒐᛪĄ
᝗ΰ۫ጷ‫ے܌‬ΰ௩
‫ס‬ӇЙĄ
Ŝཌਸ਼ᖇ‫ס‬
᝗ΰ۫ጷ
࿥
࠘3ࠌ
࿥ę
‫ݻ‬ᛉ‫ݸ‬ʮ‫ݸ‬ᓤ࠘ 3 ࠌ
ϒఋϕሑ۞ᘰఖ‫ڑڟ‬ဘ
ʮĂ ‫ ݸ‬ʮņFREEZERŇ
‫ݸ‬ᓤ‫ݻ‬ᛉ 3 ࠌĂ‫֗ڢ‬വ
͎ņ࿥࿥ŇᒐᛪĄ
᝗ΰພጷ‫ے܌‬ΰཌ
ਸ਼௩‫ס‬ӇЙĄ
᝗ΰၫພ
・・・
࠘3ࠌ
࿥࿥
‫ݻ‬ᛉ‫ݸ‬ʮ‫ݸ‬ᓤ࠘ 3 ࠌ
௻
ႍ
૑
‫ٷ‬
ʮ
Ɵ
ͪ
ᓊ
ྭ
χ
Ɵ
Ĩ
ȩ
ȧ
ȳ
ོ
ᕽ
᝗
ΰ
ጷ
ĩ
Ɵ
ሑ
۞
ᚌ
ౢ
ዢ
Ɵ
ጇ
Ѱ
ఋ
ᖇ
‫ס‬
͒
৖
௽‫ڣ‬ձ෶
œ‫ئ‬ਸ਼ྫປನᏞϔನʰನᏞढĂ‫ݮݣྫ੄ؖ‬ಈռྫढĂФ͟৖ཌਸ਼ጇѰ࡭ٖ‫ڟ‬ᖇ‫ס‬Ą
29
MEMO
30
CONTENTS
BEFORE USE
● SAFETY SUGGESTIONS ..................................... 32
● BEFORE USE ....................................................... 36
Preparation before use ...................................... 36
・ Installing your refrigerator ................................. 36
・ Fix the refrigerator ............................................. 36
・ Adjusting the refrigerator adjustable mount to
keep it level ....................................................... 36
・ On the Power Plug and Grounding ................... 37
・ Cooling down the inside of the refrigerator....... 37
Transporting your refrigerator (transport for
moving) ................................................................ 37
● GENERAL FEATURES AND USE ........................... 38
・ Control Panel .................................................... 38
・ Name of each compartment/Food stored ........ 39
・ Setting“Energy Saving”mode ......................... 39
GENERAL USE
● REFRIGERATOR COMPARTMENT .................... 40
・ Adjusting Shelves.............................................. 41
・ Chill room .......................................................... 41
・ Adjust the temperature of the refrigerator
compartment ..................................................... 41
・ Cooling food Quickly (Quick Cooling) ............... 41
● FREEZER COMPARTMENT................................ 42
・ Upper Freezer ................................................... 42
・ Lower Freezer ................................................... 42
・ Height of the storageable food ......................... 42
・ Adjust the temperature of the freezer
compartment ..................................................... 43
・ Quickly freezing warm food (Quick Freezing) ... 43
● ICE COMPARTMENT (AUTOMATIC ICE MAKER) .... 44
・ How to make Ice ............................................... 44
・ Not making ice (Stop Ice Making) ..................... 44
・ How to make ice quickly (Quick Ice Making) ... 45
・“Water Supply”indicator lamp ......................... 45
・ Ice-making time and an amount of ice ............. 45
● VEGETABLE COMPARTMENT ........................... 46
・ Lower Case/Spacious Upper Case ................... 46
HOW TO MAINTAIN
● HOW TO MAINTAIN/HOW TO CARE THE INNER・
OUTER OF THE REFRIGERATOR ...................... 47
・ When dirt is found ............................................. 47
・ Power Plug ........................................................ 47
・ How to care the inner・outer of the refrigerator .. 47
● HOW TO REMOVE PARTS.................................. 48
● HOW TO MAINTAIN THE AUTOMATIC ICE MAKER .... 50
・ When using for the first time / When not used for
more than one week ......................................... 50
・ Clean it once a week ......................................... 51
・ Clean it once a year .......................................... 51
・ If it is not used for a long time........................... 51
TROUBLESHOOTING
● TROUBLESHOOTING.......................................... 52
・ FAQ when using for the first time ..................... 52
・ Control Panel does not respond. ...................... 52
・ Automatic ice making is not properly performed. .... 52
・ It smells strange ................................................ 53
・ Refrigerator does not cool ................................ 53
・ Frost and/or dew occur..................................... 54
・ Refrigerator cools overly ................................... 54
・ Door is not in a horizontal state ........................ 54
・ The refrigerator becomes hot ........................... 54
・ Abnormal operating sound is generated........... 55
・ Others ............................................................... 55
● PRACTICAL ADVICE ON HOW TO USE THE
REFRIGERATOR/REPLACEMENT PARTS ........ 56
● [“eco” OPERATION INDICATOR LAMP]/DOOR
ALARM/LOCKING THE CONTROL PANEL ....... 57
● ABOUT NON-CFC REFRIGERATORS/
SPECIFICATION/STORABLE WEIGHT .............. 59
31
SAFETY SUGGESTIONS
Ensure to follow
these precautions
When using this appliance, failure to follow safety precautions may result in personal harm, harm to other people,
and also damage to property.
■ The following pictographs categorize and explain the level
■ How the suggestions should be taken are
of possible harm on damage that may occur from ignoring
indicated and categorized by the following
suggestions resulting in missing the appliances.
symbols accompanied by explanations.
(The symbols below are examples)
WARNING
Suggestions headed by this pictograph
indicate "There is high chance of serious
injury or death" if ignored.
This symbol indicates something
you must not do. (Prohibited)
CAUTION
Suggestions headed by this pictograph
indicate "There is a high chance of injury or
damage to property" if ignored.
This symbol indicates something
you must do. (Compulsory)
■ This refrigerator uses flammable refrigerants. The symbol column below states the precautions on flammable refrigerants.
This symbol denotes the precautions on flammable refrigerants.
R600a
WARNING
Installation
● Take measures to prevent overturning
of refrigerator due to earthquake, etc.
・Overturning of the refrigerator could result
Pg.37
in personal injury.
● Do not install the
refrigerator in damp places
or where water may splash.
Wetting
Prohibited
trembling
and
unstable
・ This may impair electricity
insulation causing electric
shock or fire.
Handling the power and power cable
Prohibited
● Avoid usage that may
cause the wall outlet or
power cord components
to work beyond the
specified voltage. Also do
not use power sources
that are not a rated voltage current.
If a power source is shared with other
appliances, double or multipoint adapters may
heat up beyond normal levels and cause fire.
● Do not do anything that may
damage the power cord or plug.
Prohibited
Using a damaged power cord
may cause electric shock, short circuits, or fire.
・ Please consult with a retailer about the
repair of the power cord or plug.
・ Use a wall outlet rated above 10 ampere by itself.
● Connect the power plug
firmly to a power outlet with
the cord running down.
・ Connection of the power plug
with the cord running up could
apply stress on the cord and
cause electrical short or overheat, which
could result in electrical shock or fire.
・Incomplete connection of the power plug could
result in electrical shock or fire due to heat.
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The power cord or plug should not
be cut, modified, touched with hot
implements, bent by force, twisted,
pulled, have heavy objects placed
on it, squeezed by the refrigerator,
or be bound or tied up.
● Do not insert or remove the
power plug with wet hands.
・ This may result in electric shock.
Wet Hands
Prohibited
● This appliance is not intended for
use by persons (including children)
with reduced physical, sensory
or mental capabilities, or lack of experience
and knowledge, unless they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning 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.
WARNING
Handling the power and power cable
● Clean the dust on the
power plug frequently.
Insulation failure from
moisture when dust collects
on the power plug may
cause fire.
● Be sure to unplug the
power plug before
maintaining the
refrigerator.
Continued use may
cause electric shock or injury.
・ Unplug the power plug and wipe it with a dry cloth.
Pg.51
・ Always hold the plug when unplugging it.
During normal use
● Do not put water containers
on the refrigerator.
Wetting
Prohibited
・ Spilled water may impair insulation
of electrical components causing
faulty electrical currents. This may
result in electric shock or fire.
● Do not use flammable
sprays near the
refrigerator.
Prohibited
● Do not put things on top
of the refrigerator.
Prohibited
Contact
Prohibited
・ Opening and closing doors
etc. may cause things placed
on top of the refrigerator to fall
resulting in injury.
● Do not touch
the machinery
components of the
automatic ice maker.
・ Benzine, ether, LP gas,
thinner, adhesives may
ignite an explosion.
Benzine
Prohibited
LP gas
・ This may impair electrical
insulation causing electric
shock or fire.
binder
Wetting
Prohibited
● Do not put in things
that may catch fire.
Prohibited
・ Sparks from points of
electrical contact such as
door switches may ignite
a fire.
Safety Suggestions
● Do not splash water on
or inside the refrigerator.
● Drugs, chemicals,
research and experimental
substances should not be
stored in the refrigerator.
・ Substances that require
precise conditions for storage cannot be stored
in a domestic refrigerator.
● Do not hang on the
doors or step on the
various compartments.
Prohibited
・ There is a danger of injury when the ice trays are
rotating.
● Children should be supervised to
ensure that they do not play with the
appliance.
・ Injury may be caused by
the refrigerator tipping over
or hands getting caught
between doors.
● Do not remove the cover
of the interior lamp.
Prohibited
・ When the interior lamp is
damaged, please contact the
service centre for replacing the
lamp to avoid injury.
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WARNING
R600a
Concerning the refrigerant (Be careful of the following related to
the use of flammable gas R600a: ISOBUTANE.)
Prohibited
Prohibited
R600a
● Do not scratch or
damage the main body
of the refrigerator with
a sharp object such as
screw.
Since the refrigerant used is flammable,
any leakage from the pipe inside the wall
may cause ignition and explosion.
● Allow clearance around
the refrigerator and keep
ventilation openings
when installing it.
● Do not damage the
refrigerant circuit.
If you happen
to damage the
refrigerant pipe,
stay away from the
refrigerator and
avoid using fire and electrical appliances.
Should you damage the refrigerator, open
the window to ventilate and contact your
dealer or our repair reception desk.
● Please consult your dealer
or the Recycle Hotline of
the Recycle Centers in the
Environmental Protection
Administration when
discarding the unit.
If the refrigerant is wet, it may
cause ignition and explosion.
● Do not use mechanical
devices or other means
to accelerate the
defrosting process,
other than those
recommended by the
manufacturer.
● Do not use
electrical
appliances inside
the refrigerator.
Pg.36
Leakage of the refrigerant
may accumulate and cause ignition and
explosion.
Prohibited
・ If the refrigerant
leaks, sparks on the contact may cause
ignition and explosion.
● The warning label and name plate including this symbol affixed
on compressor and refrigerator should be kept throughout the
life of the refrigerator.
In case of emergency
● Stop the refrigerator
by unplugging it if it is
not running properly or
broken.
Continue may cause
electric shock or injury.
・ Always hold the plug when unplugging it.
Disassembly
prohibited
● Do not disassemble,
repair, or modify your
refrigerator.
Injury may be caused by
ignition of fire or faulty running.
・Please consult with a retailer if any repairs
or disassembly are required.
● In the event of a flammable gas leak do not touch refrigerator
and open windows to let air flow.
・Sparks from points of electrical contact such as door switches may ignite
explosions causing fire or burn injuries.
When discarding the unit
● Before discarding the unit or recycling, remove the door packing to avoid
the risk of an infant or children to be entrapped inside.
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turn off
the switch
CAUTION
When moving the refrigerator
Prohibited
● On a floor that is easily
scratched, do not move
the refrigerator using
the wheels at its base.
The wheels may scratch
the floor.
● Use the carrying handle
when carrying it.
Your hands may slip
resulting in injury if you
hold the refrigerator in
other places apart from
at the carry handles.
caution
・ For a floor that may be easily scratched, lay a
protective mat.
During normal use
Prohibited
● Do not put bottles in the Door Baskets if
they do not sit properly
on the bottom of the
front section.
Prohibited
・ Forcing in items like large
bottles may result in them
getting tipped over, causing
injury.
・ Injury may be caused
from items like bottles getting knocked over.
● When two or more doors
are being opened or
another person is using
the refrigerator, make sure
fingers do not get caught.
● Do not put the glass
bottles in the Freezer
Compartment.
Prohibited
Prohibited
Prohibited
Prohibited
・ If you hold the top of a door
when closing it you may get
your fingers caught or pinched causing injury.
● Do not have your
feet too close when
opening the bottom
door of the refrigerator.
・ When opening this door
you may hit the instep or other parts of your
feet resulting in injury.
Prohibited
・ Fingers may get caught in the spaces between
doors causing injury.
・ Bottles may break from the
contents freezing and cause
injury.
● Do not hold the top of
the doors when closing
them.
● Do not put your hands or feet under the
base surface of the refrigerator.
When cleaning, putting your hands under
the base surface of the
refrigerator may result in
injury by cutting them on
sheet metal parts.
● Do not have food
items protruding
over the front of
the shelves.
Safety Suggestions
・ More than 2 person should carry the
refrigerator for safety reasons.
・Carry it with the door facing upward; as
shown in the illustration.
・Never hang the handle with a crane.
・Use a tape to fix an electric plug/power
cord so that it may not hang down.
● Food and containers
inside the Freezer
Compartment should
not be touched with
wet hands.
・ This may cause frost injury. (Especially in the
case of metal items)
● Do not eat food that
smells strange or
has changed color.
Prohibited
stink
・ Spoiled food may cause
serious sickness.
● To prevent water from dripping on the
floor.
Water due to dew and/or frost may drip
on the floor if there is a gap clearance
around the door for a long time. Close
the door completely without no gap.
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BEFORE USE
Preparation before use
1
Installing your refrigerator
2
Fix the refrigerator
● The floor should be sturdy and flat.
Lay a board with 1cm thickness on the floor if the refrigerator is installed on the carpet, tatami mat, flooring
or PVC sheet flooring which may be hollow or discolor.
● Place the refrigerator away from direct sunlight and heat.
● Do not place it in damp areas, and ensure good air ventilation.
This will reduce adverse effects to refrigerating power and keep electricity cost
down. This will also prevent the refrigerator from discoloring and rusting.
Required space above the
● To cool efficiently, allow enough space around the refrigerator for
refrigerator: 5cm or more
radiating heat.
● The actual size of the center part of the side of the refrigerator's main body
is slightly larger than the nominal size. Therefore, please allow enough space
around when installing the refrigerator.
● The back of the refrigerator can be placed very close to the wall. If any
vibration sound occurs and/or any discolor/dirt is found on the wall,
Required space for right and
left of the refrigerator: 1cm or more
move the refrigerator away from the wall.
● The adjustable mounts, which are located in the front bottom corners of the refrigerator, can be
adjusted by turning them to level the refrigerator. (Make sure to use a supplied tool and pads (2 pcs.))
To remove leg cover, hold both ends of it and
1 pull it towards to you by applying some force.
1
2
3
Place pads under the adjustable mounts evenly.
※ Always wipe the adjustable mounts and
floor clean before placing pads. Adherents
may scratch the floor if they remain. Lower
both adjustable mounts (left and right) by
turning them to secure the refrigerator.
Leg cover
2
Adjustable mounts
Adjusting the refrigerator adjustable mount to keep it level
● Left side or right side of the door may be slightly lower when the surface of the installation place is not level or either
of the left and right leg sinks in the floor surface because of the soft floor material and the addition of food weight.
→ This does not affect the refrigerator function. Adjust the refrigerator adjustable mount to keep it level according to the
procedure listed below if you want to correct it.
Correcting any left/right lean and lifting slightly the front side of the refrigerator until the door can close easily and completely.
the supplied tool, turn an adjustable mount on the side
the left and right pins of
2 Insert
1 With
so that the refrigerator is lower to make the Refrigerator
the leg cover into the mounting
Compartment door level. (The height of the door can be
holes to attach the leg cover.
It may be approx. 5 days before the
adjusted 1mm every one turn of the adjustable mount.)
■ The left side of the door is lower.
■ The right side of the door is lower.
refrigerator conforms to the floor allowing
the door to be leveled. Readjustment is
required if the door is not leveled.
Mounting hole
Fork
2
Leg cover
Turn the left
Adjustable mount to
lower the left side of
the door.
13
Turn the right
Adjustable mount
to lower the right
side of the door.
1
3
● If the refrigerator still slants, apply separately sold accessory "adjusting plate" (P/N R-Y6000 500).
For details, consult the sales outlet.
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Notice
● When you release your hand from a refrigerator door with the door open, the door may move, but this is normal.
4
On the Power Plug
and Grounding
● It is not a problem to plug in the
power cord soon after installing the
refrigerator.
● Use a wall outlet exclusively
when connecting the power cord.
(Alternating current 220 ∼ 230V,
rated 10A or more)
Preparation for an earthquake has been made
properly?
Belt
Screw x 4
(attached to belt)
Before Use
● It is recommended to fix the refrigerator to a sturdy wall or pillar using
two“safety belt to avoid overturning of refrigerators”.
● Option: "Safety belt against overturning for refrigerators" (Parts No.
R-826CV 300: belt x 1) Contact your dealer for details.
5
Cooling down the inside of the refrigerator
● It may take more than 4 hours to cool well the inside of the refrigerator, depending on conditions such as
the ambient temperature or the storage state of foods.
Pg.50
● Perform“Ice Maker Cleaning”when using the automatic ice making function first.
● A series of ice making operation will start automatically after the inside of the refrigerator is cooled well.
(When using for the first time, it may take 24 hours and more to make ice.)
Transporting your refrigerator (transport for moving)
● Make sure to empty food and ice from the refrigerator. Always drain
water from the water supply container and ice tray.
● Secure the door with tape.
● Unplug the power plug and remove the ground lead, if it is connected.
● Use a tape to fix the power plug / cord so that they may not hang
down.
● In preparation for transportation or at the destination, lay a protective
sheet or cloth to protect the floor from damage and catch remaining
water spilled from the refrigerator.
● With a large piece of old cloth underneath, tilt the refrigerator
backward to drain water.
● Make sure to hold the handles when carrying it.
● See“Preparation before use”for installing the refrigerator in a new
Pg.36
location.
Caution
Such as old cloth
Stickers
● Do not remove the sticker from the back of the refrigerator. This sticker is
Plastic parts
necessary to secure the performance and safety.
Left/Right
Label
● Do not remove the plastic parts from the bottom part of the side of the
refrigerator.
● If you wish to install the refrigerator in a hot spring area exposed to sulfide gas, you may need to apply anti-rust treatment to the
piping. Contact your dealer in advance. Failure caused by sulfide gas will not be covered under guarantee.
● When a magnet or suction cup is attached on the side of the body or the surface of a door, it may leave a mark.
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GENERAL FEATURES AND USE
Control Panel
œ Control Panel Image (It is an image when all displays are turned on. Only the selected character display is
turned on when actually operating it.)
The character display will be turned off in about 2 minutes after the operation is finished. Quick
Cooling operation and eco operation indicator lamps will not be turned off. In order to check the
setting, push either button. The indicator lamp will be illuminated again.
Providing information
(Locking the
Control Panel)
Pg.57
ņWATER”
Pg.45
● Allows you to prevent
wrong operation on
the Control Panel.
● When the water level
in the water supply
container becomes
low, this lamp is lit
automatically.
Selecting an ice making mode
You can select a mode from
“QUICK”,“NORMAL”and
Pg.44, 45
“OFF”.
œ“CLEANING”
Allows you to wash the
ice tray and water supply
Pg.50
channel.
eco operation indicator lamp
œ Is lit when the
refrigerator is
operated with a low
energy consumption,
such as in Frost
Recycle Cooling.
Pg.57
œ You can also turn off
the indicator lamp.
Pg.57
Display area
Touch Area
(Switch Area)
Adjusting temperature settings
Set temperature for each
compartment.
Normally, use the“MID.”setting.
Selecting a cooling mode
All the indicator lamps are lit
for the sake of explanation.
Set a cooling mode for each
compartment.
Refrigerator Compartment
Pg.41
ņENERGY SAVINGŇ
Pg.39
Freezer Compartment
Pg.42
“REFRIGERATOR”
Pg.41
“FREEZER”
Pg.43
Notice
Ŝ Blinking
(Locking the Control Panel) indicates that the refrigerator is in an abnormal state.
Pg.56
Notice
● Approximately two minutes after the end of operation, indicator lamps, excluding“FREEZER”,“REFRIGERATOR”,
“ENERGY SAVING”,“QUICK”,“WATER”and“eco Operation”
, become unlit for energy saving.
● To confirm settings, open the refrigerator door or push any button. The indicator lamps become lit again.
● When opening the refrigerator door, the displayed characters become lit. They become unlit about 15 seconds after closing it.
● Be sure to operate the Control Panel with all the doors closed. It remains inactive when you push the button with a
refrigerator door opened or displayed characters blinking.
● When a door remains open for one minute or more, door alarm sounds to indicate it. (Except when“Energy Saving”
Pg.57
mode is on.)
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Name of each compartment/Food stored
Refrigerator compartment
Vacuum compartment
(About 2˚C ~ 6˚C)
(About -3˚C ~ 0˚C)
Pg.40
Pg.41
Meat, fish and other fresh food can
be stored.
Refrigerating food
The temperature at the door
pocket is slightly high.
Upper / Lower freezer
Pg.42
(About -20˚C ~ -18˚C)
Ice compartment
Store frozens food, ice-cream and dried food.
Pg.44
Store the ice cubes made by auto ice
making function.
・Low Temperature Freezer
Vegetable compartment
(About 3˚C ~ 7˚C)
Vegetable, fruits, drink
Pg.46
Pg.43
(About -23˚C ~ -20˚C)
Food is preserved at lower temperature
than usual.
※ The above temperatures are standard values under the condition that the refrigerator is stable with no food stored and the door
closed, at ambient temperatures of 30ºC.
Setting“Energy Saving”mode
General Features and Use
(About -20˚C ~ -18˚C)
■ Push the“COOLING MODE”button to enter Energy Saving mode.“ENERGY SAVING”display comes on
with the push of the button.
The display switches in sequence as shown below every time the button is pushed.
Turn off the“ENERGY SAVING”display to disable“ENERGY SAVING”mode
ep
1 be
Display Area
Touch Area
Light ON
(Factory default setting)
ņEnergy SavingŇmode
“ENERGY SAVING”mode allows effective energy saving.
The mode includes:
● Automatic temperature control to lower cooling loads in each compartment.
● Turning down the LED light in the Refrigerator Compartment if the door of the Refrigerator Compartment is left open for
more than 30 seconds.
Notice
●“ENERGY SAVING”mode becomes disabled if it is switched to“FREEZER”or“REFRIGERATOR”. Reset the mode.
● No effective energy saving is attained when temperature is set to“MIN.”which has no automatic temperature control.
Caution
● Automatic temperature control lowers cooling loads, which may cause ice cream to get soft and frost to form
on frozen food. It also requires longer freezing time and ice making time.
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REFRIGERATOR COMPARTMENT
Cold Air Blowout Port
LED lamp
Height adjustable
pockets
Height adjustable
upper shelf
Quick cooling corner
Pocket (Upper right)
Pocket (Middle)
Height adjustable
middle shelf
Egg stand
(for 14 items)
Fixed shelf
Height adjustable
lower shelf
Double door
pockets
Refrigerator
Compartment
Temperature Sensor
Chill room
Caution
● Store warm foods in the upper shelf in which the cooling air is low in temperature. If such warm foods are stored near the
Temperature Sensor, the reading of the sensor may go down too low.
● Don’t place any juicy food and/or canned beverage near the Cold Air Blowout Port. As it may be frozen.
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Adjusting Shelves
■ Height adjustable upper/middle shelves
■ Height adjustable lower shelf
Remove by slightly lifting up the back of the
shelf and pull forward.
Adjust the shelf to the desired height and slide it
until it reaches to the interior wall, then slightly lift
up the back of the shelf and push it in.
(Hitch the forks of the shelf to the parts on the back
of the shelf)
1
2
1 Remove by slightly lifting up the shelf.
2 Turn over and set at either top or bottom
level.
As a normal shelf
Pattern 1 (Upper shelf)
Pattern 2 (Lower shelf)
Chill room
● Foods such as meats, fishes and shellfishes can be
preserved at low temperature.
Slide case
■ Push the“REFRIGERATOR”button to adjust the temperature of the refrigerator compartment.
Each time you push the button, the corresponding indicator lamp changes in the order shown below:
ep
1 be
Light ON
(Factory default setting)
About 2 ∼ 6˚C
About 1 ∼ 3˚C lower
than“MID.”
Notice
●The temperatures of the
Chill room also change if
selecting“MAX.”or“MIN.”
●Temperature of the door
pocket is set slightly higher
than the one in the left
table.
About 1 ∼ 3˚C higher
than“MID.”
The temperatures are standard values under the specific condition (the surrounding temperature of 30˚C, no food stored,
door closed and the temperature in the refrigerator is steady).
● Select“MID.”in ordinary usage. The temperature may change depending on the operation states.
Pg.38
● For more information about the panel for operation.
Pg.56
● If you adjust the temperature more finely.
Refrigerator Compartment
Adjust the temperature of the refrigerator compartment
Cooling food Quickly (Quick Cooling)
1
Place the foods in the
Quick Cooling Corner
(upper shelf).
2
Push the“COOLING
MODE”button to display
“REFRIGERATOR”. ※
Height adjustable
upper shelf
ep
Light ON pushing
the button
1 be
The
indicator lamp will be
illuminated during the
“REFRIGERATOR”).
Other indicator lamps
are turned off
※
※ Indicators other than“REFRIGERATOR”will be turned
off about 2 minutes after setting the“REFRIGERATOR”.
● The food cools more quickly if it is placed at the center part near the interior wall. (the front of the Cold Air Blowout Port)
● Don't place any juicy food near the Cold Air Blowout Port, as it may be frozen.
● Please avoid placing any carbonated can beverage near the Cold air blow out port as it may be frozen or explode.
Notice
Caution
3
“REFRIGERATOR”operation ends
automatically after about 50 minutes, and
“REFRIGERATOR”indicator lamp will be
turned off.
Light OFF
ps
4 bee
Push the“COOLING MODE”button to turn off the display
after turning on other displays again, when you want to
stop this function.
Light OFF pushing
the button
s
2 beep
● Cooling effect may become weaker depending on the operation states of the refrigerator
when simultaneously using this function and Quick Freezing
Pg.41 function.
● Close the door of the Refrigerator Compartment while the slide case is in place. The door, cases or foods may
damage if closing the door while cases are not in place.
● Too many times of opening/closing of the door, or high humidity around the refrigerator may cause mist on the
wall, etc. or frost around the Cold Air Blowout Port.
● Wipe off spilled water or food soup early, if any.
● Do not store juicy foods such as bean curd, paste made from the arum root and yogurt in the Chill room. Otherwise, they may freeze.
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FREEZER COMPARTMENT
Upper Freezer
■ With Quick Freezing System, the foods are preserved in an instant.
Pg.43
・ It is recommended to use this compartment when freezing meat and/or fish
quickly.
Upper Freezer case
Aluminium tray (Quick Freezing Corner)
It is recommended to use this tray as a storing space
for small items such as freezing bag and airtight
container.
Lower Freezer
■ 3-layer freezer case provides you with large storage space
compartment and convenient reach of your freeze food items.
It is suitable for storing the foods preserved for a long time and the
foods that melt easily such as ice cream.
・Small-item and frozen food,
etc.
Slimline
slide case
Slide Case
・Freezing bag
・Airtight container etc.
Lower
freezer case
・Frozen food and bread Ice
cream etc.
● Moving the aluminium tray in the Upper Freezer to the left side of the Slimline
slide case, it can be used as the Quick Freezing Corner.
How to use the Ice Compartment
(Automatic ice maker)
Pg.44
Height of the storageable food
■ Store foods in the case whose height is suitable.
・Otherwise, the door will not be closed tightly, which lead to inefficient cooling action. In addition, it may cause damage
of foods or each case.
・Keep the food off from the bottom of the slimline slide case and/or the slide case.
Upper
Freezer
Upper Freezer case
Up to the top line of the case
Slimline slide case
Up to 5cm
Lower
Freezer
Slide case
Up to the top line of the case
Lower freezer case
(Front)
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Up to the top line of the case
● Do not store any 500ml PET bottle in the Slimline
slide case. It may not be taken out because it
expands when it is frozen.
● Do not use with the slimline slide case and/or slide
case removed. Food may drop to the inner part of
the case, and as a result, the door may not close
completely.
Adjust the temperature of the freezeer compartment
■ Push the“FREEZER”button to adjust the temperature of the freezer compartment.
Notice
Each time you push the button, the corresponding indicator lamp changes in the order shown below:
ep
Light ON
1 be
(Factory default setting)
About -20 ∼ -18˚C About -23 ∼ -20˚C
(Low temperature freezingNote)
About -18 ∼ -15˚C
● Temperatures in the Quick
Freezing operation are
lower than the temperatures
described in the left.
● If operating the refrigerator
for a long time with the
"MAX." selected, ice cream
etc. may become hard or it
may take a longer time to
thaw food.
※ The temperatures are standard values under the specific
condition (the surrounding temperature of 30˚C, no food stored,
door closed and the temperature in the refrigerator is steady).
Note: Items are preserved at lower temperature than usual freezer
temperature. Electric power consumption will increase by
about 20 percent, compared with usual freezer operation.
● Select“MID.”in ordinary usage. The temperature may change depending on the
operation states.
Pg.38
● For more information about the panel for operation.
Pg.56
● To adjust the temperature more finely.
Quickly freezing warm food (Quick Freezing)
Place the food wrapped
with plastic film on the
aluminium tray in the
upper Freezer.
2
Push the“COOLING
MODE”button and
“FREEZER”indicator lamp
will be illuminated. ※
1 beep
Light ON pushing
the button
operation will end
3 “FREEZER”
automatically in about 120 minutes,
and“FREEZER”indicator lamp will
be turned off.
※
s
4 beep
Light OFF
※ Indicator lamps other than“FREEZER”
will be turned off about 2 minutes after
“FREEZER”is set.
Quick Freezing Corner
“FREEZER”
indicator lamp will
be turned on during
the“FREEZER”
operation, and other
indicator lamps will
be turned off.
Push the“COOLING MODE”button to turn
off the display after turning on other displays
again, when you want to stop this function.
● Freezing compartment is cooled preferentially in the“FREEZER”operation.
For that reason, temperature of the Refrigerator Compartment may rise if opening/closing the
Refrigerator Compartment door frequently.
Light OFF
● Warm food such as rice can be easily frozen by this function. Make sure that you never burn
pushing
yourself when putting hot food in.
the button
It is recommended to put it in after it is cooled down to 60˚C and under.
● Pushing the“COOLING MODE”button again within 60 minutes after the end of the“FREEZER”
operation, the lamp is illuminated, but the operation does not start. The operation will
start after 60 minutes pass.
● Make sure to wrap the food with plastic film to prevent it from sticking on the aluminium tray.
● Dividing food into small pieces not only make them freeze soon, but also make them be taken out easily.
s
2 beep
Freezer Compartment
1
Troubleshooting
When this happens
Freezer does not
cool well enough,
frost and/or dew
occurs, ice cream
becomes soft
Caution
Please check. This is the cause.
● Did you open the door frequently?
→ It is recommended to open and close the door quickly and/or minimize the number of
times of opening and closing the door.
● Does any food or package caught in the door prevent the door from closing completely?
→ Check that there is no gap between the door seal and its contact surface with the door
closed.
● Is food squeezed in? or Is a large amount of food put in at one time?
→ Make sure that any food does not protrude beyond the storage height limit of each
compartment, and do not store the amount of food that may prevent the door from
opening and closing.
→ Allow clearance between each food in each compartment.
● The door may not be shut properly if Upper Freezer case or Slimline slide case is not
attached properly.
Pg.49
→ Check that they are put in place.
There is a gap between
the door gasket
and its contact surface.
● If door is opened and closed frequently, temperature of food may become higher and food such as ice cream
may become soft.
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ICE COMPARTMENT (AUTOMATIC ICE MAKER)
Control Panel
Water Supply Container
Ice Making buttons
Display
Ice Making button
“Water Supply”indicator lamp
Ice Case
AUTOMATIC ICE MAKER
Ice Tray
Ice Compartment
Ice scoop
How to make Ice
1
Setting of the Automatic ice
maker
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1 be
Not making ice (Stop Ice Making)
Light ON
1
Push the“ICE MAKER” button
to select“OFF”.
The automatic ice making function
becomes disabled which stops ice
making.
※
“WATER”remains off when
“OFF”is selected for automatic
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ice making.
Push the“ICE MAKER” button to
turn on the“NORMAL”indicator
lamp.
Ice Making button
2
Take off the Water Supply
Container.
When the“WATER”indicator
lamp is lit or the water level
reaches to the“Add water line”,
replenish water.
3
Light ON
s
2 beep
Add water line
Open the lid and add water.
Water level can not exceed
"Container-full line".
2
Container-full
line
4
Replace the Water Supply
Container.
Push it beyond the "Container set
position" line.
※ Water may spill out if the
water supply container is
inclined. Wipe off spilled water
immediately.
3
Container set position
Ice making starts
automatically and ice is
stored in the Ice case.
Notice
It may take 24 hours or more to make ice for the first time.
8 pieces of ice cubes are usually made per 2 ∼ 3 hours.
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Remove the water supply
container and wash it
thoroughly. Dry the container
completely.
(How to maintain
Perform“Ice Maker Cleaning”when making ice for the first time
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or for the first time in a week or more.
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Setting of the automatic ice
maker
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Place the water supply
container.
The container should be pushed
in until it passes theņcontainer
set positionŇline.
Warning
● Do not place your hand in the mechanical
section of the automatic ice maker.
(Rotation of the ice tray may cause injury.)
“Water Supply”indicator lamp
How to make ice quickly (Quick Ice Making)
Push the“ICE MAKER”button to select
“QUICK”.
Ice making time is reduced.
ŏIce making mode is automatically
reset to“NORMAL”operation in
about 7 hours.
“WATER”indicator lamp automatically comes on when water in the water
supply container is getting low. Replenish the container with water.
Light ON
Caution
●“WATER”may come on regardless of water level
if the water supply container is not placed properly.
Push in the container completely if the indicator
lamp comes on.
Light ON
ep
1 be
Notice
●“WATER”indicator lamp turns off when the door of the Refrigerator
Compartment is opened and closed while the indicator lamp is on, and it
turns on again if no water is added to replenish the container.
●“WATER”indicator lamp remains off when“OFF”is selected for
automatic ice making.
Ice-making time and an amount of ice
Operation mode
Required time for an ice making operation (12 pcs by once)
Mode
Storage amount of the Ice case
Normal operation
About 110 minutes ∼ 140 minutes
Normal state
About 90 pcs
Quick Ice Making
About 70 minutes ∼ 80 minutes
Stored ice cubes are levelled to the front part of the case
About 130 pcs
※ The above values are obtained with an ambient temperature of 25˚C, the temperature in each compartment set to“MID.”and no door opened/closed.
● It takes a long time to make ice under the following conditions.
・When using for the first time (It may take more than 24 hours)
・After storing a large amount of food at one time
・When the ambient temperature is low under certain conditions
(ex: in winter)
・After maintaining the Ice Tray
・After opening/closing the door frequently
・After power failure
・When doors in the Freezer or Ice-making
compartment is not closed completely
Notice
● Amount of stored ice is automatically detected by the stored ice amount detecting lever of
the Automatic ice maker which cannot be seen usually.
Automatic ice maker stops making ice when the amount of the stored ice reaches to the
specified level and it restarts making ice when the amount is below the level.
● Limit line of stored ice amount represents the guide line of stored ice amount
when the Automatic ice maker makes ice with ice leveled.
Detecting
If the ice is stored partially, the detecting lever may contact the ice early. As a
Lever
result, the Automatic ice maker may stop making ice before the amount of
stored ice is enough.
Request
Front
Detecting
Lever
Ice scoop
Limit line of stored
ice amount
Ice Compartment (Automatic Ice Maker)
Notice
● The indicator lamp will turn off about 2 minutes after ice making finishes to save electricity, while“FREEZER”,“REFRIGERATOR”
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“ENERGY SAVING”,“QUICK”,“WATER”and ["eco" operation indicator lamp] remain on.
œ Ice making mode switches in order of“NORMAL”→“QUICK”→“OFF”every time the“ICE MAKER” button is pushed.
The current mode is indicated by the display and operating sound.
● Operation sound of automatic ice making including during ice separating and water supply can be OFF while ice making stops.
● Do not store any food such as frozen food other than ice in the Ice case when
Frozen food
Ice scoop
making ice automatically.
Is the ice scoop in the
Is any frozen food stored
(Otherwise, it may not make ice, or the door may not open or parts may damage in the inner part of the
inner part of the Ice
case?
Ice case?
because the food interferes with the parts of the Automatic ice maker.)
● Gently open and close the door of the Ice Compartment, otherwise ice may fall
out of the ice case onto the lower freezer.
● WARNING: fill with potable water only.
● Water for ice making is according to your drinking standard. Quality of tap water may vary in different countries. Please
check and verify with your local authority.
● Change water and clean the container at least once a week for hygiene purposes.
● If the ice made of mineral water containing a lot of mineral ingredients is put into water, white powder may come out,
however this is due to those mineral ingredients and harmless.
● Furthermore, these types of water are easily
contaminated with bacteria.
Please wash the container usually once 3 days.
Mineral water
(Hardness: 100mg/L
or less)
Well water
Filtered water or
boiled water
(Required to satisfy the appropriate
water quality standard)
● Do not use the following ones because they may
cause malfunction, deformation or sticking ice.
Juice drink
Sports drink
Carbonated
drink
Tea
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VEGETABLE COMPARTMENT
Half-used vegetables or
small vegetables such as
tomato, lemon.
Spacious
Upper Case
Medium and large vegetables
such as cabbage, lettuces.
Lower Case
Upright storage of items.
(2L PET bottles can be stored)
VEGETABLE
COMPARTMENT
Lower Case/Spacious Upper Case
Stored vegetables are not exposed to cold air directly, and they are cooled gently but thoroughly. Vegetables
can be kept from drying out.
To the edge of the case
Spacious Upper Case
Height of
stored food
Lower Case
Storage height limit line
■ It is recommended to wrap vegetable with
plastic film when the following conditions exist.
● When it is undesirable that the stored foods
absorb the smells of the stored vegetables such
as scallion, leeks, and shallots
● When storing the vegetables and/or fruits which
were used partially
● When the amount of the stored vegetables is
small or many wrapped vegetables are stored
● When it is undesirable that dew occurs in the
Vegetable Compartment
Caution
● Dew may adhere to the spacious upper case or the ceiling in the Vegetable Compartment,
depending on the volume/type of vegetables, because the humidity is high in the Vegetable
Compartment. Water is no good to perishable food. Wipe off water with a dry cloth.
● Some kind of PET bottle may not be able to be stored.
Moreover, PET bottle may not be able to be stored if its cap is not completely tightened.
● When outer temperature is low, temperature within the case may also become low.
● Open/close the Vegetable Compartment Door slowly. Opening/closing the door mightily, the food
stored in the tall storage compartment (PET bottle etc.) may overturn.
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When dirt is found
Power Plug
● Wipe off it immediately.
It is recommended to clean the hidden places
once a year.
● Wipe off it using a soft cloth wet by lukewarm water.
If it is hard to clean dirt, wipe off it using diluted
neutral detergent for kitchen and a soft cloth wet
by lukewarm water.
Some detergents cannot be used for this purpose.
Therefore, refer to the Caution on this page.
● Take foods out beforehand if you remove the parts.
● If the dust on the power plug remains not cleaned,
it may cause a fire. Clean it once a year.
1
Unplug the power cord from the outlet.
2
Check the following matters.
・Is any damage found on the
power cord?
・Does the power plug become
hot?
Remove the dust and wipe it
with a dry cloth.
3
Caution
● Do not wipe out the movable contact surface of the rail for
cases and drawers because the lubricant agent is applied to it.
(The lubricant agent complies with the Food Sanitation Law.)
4
Connect the power plug firmly to a power outlet.
How to care the inner・outer of the refrigerator
Warning
Make sure to unplug the power plug when maintaining the refrigerator.
Control Panel for operation
Surface of door
● Wipe the surface of door using a wet soft
cloth, and then finish it with a dry cloth if
it is yet wet.
(Water or dirt from food may cause
rusting if it enters into a space around
upper or lower plastic parts of the door.)
● Wipe the Control Panel for
operation with a soft dry cloth.
● Make sure that water never
splash to it.
Otherwise, it may cause
malfunction.
Door gaskets
● Wipe it thoroughly because
it can become easily dirty.
Liquid receivers
● Wipe off them if liquid collects
and/or they becomes dirty.
Liquid receivers
The back/floor of the refrigerator
1
Pull the leg cover and
remove it.
Push it in from the front
when installing it.
2
Float the Adjustable mounts
from the floor and draw the
refrigerator straight.
Lay the protection board etc.
on the floor which can be easily
scratched.
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Vegetable Compartment / How To Maintain / How to Care The Inner・Outer of the Refrigerator
HOW TO MAINTAIN/HOW TO CARE THE
INNER・OUTER OF THE REFRIGERATOR
Wipe off dirt on the back of
the refrigerator, wall and floor.
The back of the refrigerator
easily becomes dirty because
fine dust is accumulated on it
by convection of air.
Turn the Adjustable mounts
Caution
It may cause damage and discoloration of the door, paintwork and plastic parts.
● Do not use the following ones.
・Alkaline and alkalescence detergent for kitchen, plate powder, powder soap, oil, hot water, scrubbing brush, acid,
benzine, thinner, alcohol, and bleach, etc.
● Make sure to wipe off spilled cooking oil, citrus fruits juice and food soup.
● When using a chemical dustcloth, follow the instructions of it.
● When a magnet or suction cup is attached on the side surface of the body or the surface of a door, it may leave some mark.
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HOW TO REMOVE PARTS
Notice
● Make sure no stored items remain before removing a part.
● Do not remove parts which are not described below.
Contact with a service center listed on the back cover for cleaning parts after removing them.
Height adjustable upper and middle shelf
1
Slightly lift up the back
of the shelf and draw it.
2
Raise the shelf as shown in
figure, and turn it and remove it.
When installing the shelf, slide it until it reaches to the interior wall, then slightly
lift up the back of the shelf and push it in. (hitch the forks of the shelf to the parts
on the back of the shelf)
Caution Door may damage if drawing the shelf without turning it.
Fixed shelf
● Draw the shelf, and pull off
the two pins on the lower
right and remove it.
Height adjustable lower shelf
● Slightly lift up and pull out.
Chill room
● Pull out the case to the full,
lift the front side slightly
and then remove it.
1
1
Slide case
Vegetable Compartment
2
3
Frame
● Draw the door fully and pull up
the Spacious upper case as
shown in the figure.
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● Lift up the front part of the door,
and draw it further and incline it.
● Lift up the Lower Case.
● When installing it, insert the pins on the
left/right inner sides of the Lower Case
into the square holes on the frame, and
put the edge of the Lower Case on the
frame to install it.
Door pocket
● Lift up the door pocket while tapping
the left/right of its bottom surface, and
remove it. (It is fixed a little tightly.)
Tap
Tap
Insert the door pocket fully to the end when
installing it.
Ice Compartment/ Upper Freezer
● Draw the door fully and lift up the case
towards you.
Insert the left and right pins (four pins) of the
case into the square leg hole on the frame to
install it.
Frame
Lower Freezer
1
Draw the door fully, and draw the Slimline
slide case and the Slide case respectively.
2
Lift up the Lower freezer
case.
Frame
When installing it, insert the pins on the left/right of the Lower freezer case into the
square holes on the frame to install it.
Moreover, hitch the pins on the left/right of the Slide case to the outside of the Lower
freezer case.
■ How to install the slide door
Ice Compartment/Upper Freezer
Vegetable Compartment/Lower Freezer
How to Remove Parts
Pin
Frame
Frame
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HOW TO MAINTAIN THE AUTOMATIC ICE MAKER
Warning
Water supply
container
■ Do not put your hand in the
mechanical part of the Automatic
ice maker.
œ You may be injured when the Ice tray
turns.
Ice tray
Ice Compartment
When using for the first time / When not used for more than one week
Washing the supply channel (Ice Maker Cleaning)
Ice tray and water supply line can be washed.
Be sure to check the followings before starting the operation.
● Water supply container
・Water is filled in it.
・The container is set properly
as specified.
● Ice case
・If there remains ice,
remove it.
Go to the next step after checking them.
1
Lay a soft clean towel on the bottom of the ice case.
2
Push the ņICE MAKERŇ button and hold it for more
than 5 seconds after closing all the doors and turning
on the display.
To prevent malfunction, lay the
towel so that its thickness does
not reach this line.
This is to suck water drained from Ice Maker Cleaning,
preventing it from spilling out of a cutout located behind in
the Ice Maker case.
Press this button for
more than 5 seconds
When the three indicator lamps“QUICK”/“NORMAL”and“OFF”
start to blink and alarm starts to sound, stop holding the button.
“CLEANING”starts.
・The indicator lamp will flash and the buzzer will sound for about 3
minutes.
・“CLEANING”can’t be interrupted.
・If you open any of the refrigerator doors during Ice Maker
Cleaning, the cleaning may not work properly. Do not open or
close the door until cleaning is completed.
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・Door alarm sounds even if alarm is disabled.
3
About
5 seconds
About three minutes later, when alarm and blinking
end, remove water in the ice case using the towel.
There is no problem with using water remaining in
the water supply container, if any.
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p
1 bee
Before removing
the case, wipe
off the water in
the case.
4 long
beeps
Clean it once a week
Water supply container
Cleaning the water filter
Water which doesn't contain chlorine may easily cause slime and/or fur compared
with tap water. Wash the Water Supply Container regularly to prevent bacteria
from breeding when such water is used.
● Remove the seal from the lid and wash it with a soft wash sponge.
● How to open the lid
Water supply
cover
Case
Water filter
Turn the case and
remove it from the lid.
2
Pull the tab of the water
filter with fingers and
remove it from the case.
3
Wash it with a soft
wash sponge etc.
● How to close the lid
Insert the lid from its rear side and
close it in the direction of the arrow.
Add water line
Notice
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Lid
Seal
Water supply
container
Container-full
line
(Replace it normally every 3 ∼ 4 years.)
Do not use the
detergents etc.
(Back)
(Front)
Tab
● Clean it once every three days for mineral water, wall water, filtered water, cooled hot water (with no chlorine contained), etc.
Clean it once a year
1
Push the“ICE MAKER”button to stop supplying water to the
ice tray and turn on the“OFF”indicator lamp. (Stop ice making)
2
beeps
3
Do not use a sponge /
cleanser, etc.
Light ON
4
※ If the indicator lamp flashes,
perform the following operation
after the “OFF” lamp is turned on
in 1 minute.
2
Empty the ice tray and wash it lightly in the
stream.
① Set the ice tray and
② close the cover.
③ Make the frame horizontal and push it into the
end, and
Press this button to turn on
the“OFF”indicator lamp.
④ Pull up the lever.
Open the Ice Compartment Door.
① Push the level laterally.
② draw the frame.
③ Raise the cover ( ▲ part ) in the direction of the arrow.
④ Remove the ice tray from the frame.
Click
Lever
Horizontal
Is the lever in
horizontal state?
Cover
Lever
Frame
Notice
Push the“ICE MAKER”button to light the“NORMAL”
indicator lamp. (Automatic Ice Making starts)
Light ON
How to Maintain the Automatic Ice Maker
Ice tray
Push this button to turn
on the indicator lamp
● When the frame for the ice tray cannot be pushed into the back, the motor that drives the ice-tray may have operated. Remove the ice tray and then push the frame alone into the
back, and then push the“NORMAL”with all the doors opened to turn on“OFF”. After a while, the ice-tray driving motor gets ready, allowing you to mount the ice-tray.
If it is not used for a long time
● If you set ice making to“Stop”and do not intend to use the auto ice maker for some time, wash and dry the water
supply container and then mount it in place.
● In particular, dry the water filter thoroughly.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Check the following points before asking repair. Contact your dealer or our customer center if the problem still exists after checking them.
FAQ when using for the first time
Refrigerator does
not cool well
enough or make
ice when using
for the first time
● It takes time to cool in summer or when a lot of foods are stored.
→ It may take more than 4 ∼ 24 hours to cool fully immediately after installing.
● When using for the first time, it takes time to make ice because ice making starts after cooling fully.
It may take more than 24 hours to make ice according to the amount of food and the way of
packing it.
→ Open/close the door quickly and/or minimize the number of times of opening and closing the door.
→ Allow clearance between each food in each compartment.
When this happens
Please check. This is the cause.
Control Panel does not respond.
Control Panel does ● Is“Button Look”selected by using the lock function on the panel for operation?
● Is Refrigerator Compartment Door open? Operate after closing it.
not respond.
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Automatic ice making is not properly performed.
Ice cannot be
made at all.
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● Is Water Supply indicator lamp turned on?
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● Is the“OFF”lamp on the control panel in the Refrigerator Compartment turned off?
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● Is the water supply container pushed in beyond the "Container set position"?
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● Is anything other than ice stored in the Ice case?
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● Is the ice case filled with ice over the limit line of stored ice amount?
● Do you open the door frequently or store a large amount of food at a time?
Refrigerator may not cool fully.
→
Minimize the number of times of opening and closing the door until it cools fully.
It takes a long time
→ Allow clearance as much as possible between each stored food.
to make ice.
● It may take more than 4 hours to make ice in winter.
There is no ice in
● Immediately after changing from“OFF”to“NORMAL”, it may take longer than usual to make ice.
the ice tray.
● Does any food or package caught in the door prevent the door from closing completely?
→ Check that there is not any gap between the door gasket and its contact surface when the door is closed.
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● Is the compartment in“ENERGY SAVING”mode? Exit the“ENERGY SAVING”mode.
Projection is
generated on ice.
● It is frozen water collected in the ice tray groove. It does not indicate any trouble.
● Ice naturally becomes small or sticks together if ice is stored for a long term.
Stored ice
● Do you open the door frequently or store a large amount of food at a time? As a result,
becomes small.
temperature in the refrigerator rises and stored ice becomes small or sticks together.
Ice sticks together. ● The door or the drawer compartment may not have been closed completely.
Small ice is made.
● Small ice may be made if only a small amount of water remains in the water supply container.
→ Add water until water level reaches to the "Container-full line" of the water supply container.
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Connected ice is
made.
● Ice sticks together if the amount of water supplied to the ice tray is not even.
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Add water until water level reaches to the "Container-full line" of the water supply container.
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● If the frame is set to the right place, ice cubes may be stuck.
● If the ice tray is damaged, ice may not be easily separated from the ice tray and ice stuck together
may be made. If same trouble occurs many times, consult your dealer and replace the ice tray.
There is white
impurity in ice.
● It is because the fine air bubble in water is contained in ice.
→ This is not malfunction.
● Did you use mineral water to make ice?
→ Mineral contained in water may freeze and become white impurity in ice. It may remain after
thawing in water, but it is harmless.
Ice tray frame
cannot be drawn
● Is“QUICKŇor“NORMALŇdisplay of“NORMAL”turned on?
→ Ice tray frame cannot be drawn while making ice with the Automatic ice maker. Turn off the
“NORMAL”lamp.
If the lamp starts flashing, wait 20 seconds until the lamp is turned off and draw the frame after
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that.
When this happens
Please check. This is the cause.
It smells strange
Ice smells
● Do the water supply container and/or water filter become dirty? Or does ice become old?
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→ Wash them regularly to prevent “slime” and/or “fur”.
● Chlorine may strongly smell because chlorine in tap water is condensed.
It smells in the
refrigerator
● Is any food which strongly smells stored without any wrapping?
→ The deodorizing function cannot completely remove all smells.
Seal that kind of food with plastic film etc.
Plastic smells
● This smell occurs because a lot of plastic parts are used in the refrigerator, but the smell
decreases gradually while cooling. Keep the room ventilated.
Refrigerator does not cool
Check the storage state of food
● Does any food or package caught in the door prevent the door from closing
completely?
→ Check that there is not any space between the door seal and its contact surface
when the door is closed.
● Is food squeezed in? or Is a large amount of food put in at a time?
→ Make sure that any food does not protrude beyond the storage height limit of
each compartment, and do not store the amount of food that may prevent the
door from opening and closing.
→ Allow clearance between each food in each compartment.
● Are Upper Freezer case and Slimline slide case installed correctly?
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→ Install them correctly.
Refrigerator does
not cool.
Frost and/or dew
occur.
Ice cream
becomes soft.
There is a space
between the
door seal and its
contact surface.
Check the installation state
● Refrigerator may not fully cool according to the installation place, the clearance around it and the
surrounding conditions.
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Check whether it has been installed correctly.
Check the temperature setting
Check the usage of the refrigerator
● Temperature in the refrigerator rises little by little while its door is open. If the door is opened /
closed frequently or left, open for a long time, temperature cannot easily lower.
→ Reduce the number of times of opening and closing the door or open/close the door quickly.
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● Is the compartment in“ENERGY SAVING”mode? Exit the“ENERGY SAVING”mode.
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● Refrigerator may not cool fully when the temperature setting is“MIN.”.
→ Switch the temperature setting of the compartment where it does not fully cool to“MID.”or
“MAX.”.
● Does the temperature around the refrigerator become high due to weather (ex: in summer)?
→ Switch the temperature setting of the compartment where it does not fully cool to“MAX.”.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
When this happens
Please check. This is the cause.
Frost and/or dew occur
Frost and/or dew
adhere to the
refrigerator interior
or the frame
of the drawer
compartment.
● The door or the drawer compartment may not be closed completely.
→ Check whether the drawer compartment or the door has been closed completely.
● The door may be opened/closed frequently or door may have remained open for a long time.
→ Reduce the frequency of opening and closing the door or open/close the door quickly.
● Frost or condensation is formed on the wall or any part of the freezer compartment due to the
moisture in the air when the door is opened or closed.
● Frost or condensation may be formed when the warm air contacts with inside the compartment
or the door frame.
Dew adheres to the outside
of the refrigerator (exterior,
door seal, door and drawer
compartment etc).
● Dew may adhere to those parts when the indoor humidity is high (ex: rainy day).
● When the dew-proof heater is set to low, high humidity may cause condensation on the iron
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partition, the door gasket or the door.
● When the temperature is set to“MAX.”, it may cause condensation on the surface of the door.
→ Wipe it off with a dry cloth. Please set the temperature to“MID.”.
Dew condensation
occurs in the
Refrigerator
Compartment
● Condensation may form on the wall and/or around
the cold air blowout port when the door is opened
and closed frequently or the humidity is high around
the refrigerator.
→ Wipe the dew off with a dry cloth.
Dew condensation
occurs in the
Vegetable
Compartment
● The humidity in the Vegetable Compartment is higher than other compartments. (To prevent
vegetables from drying and to make them last longer)
→ If it is undesirable that dew adheres to the stored vegetables, wrap them with the plastic film.
● Water may drop into cases placed in the Vegetable Compartment due to dew concentration.
→ Wipe off it with a dry cloth.
Aluminum panel
Dew condensation
Refrigerator cools overly
Refrigerator
cools overly
Foods freeze
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●“MAX.”is selected in the temperature setting. → Switch it to“MID.”.
● The surrounding temperature is lower than 5˚C. → The temperature inside may go down too
much when the ambient air temperature is low. Switch the temperature setting to“MIN.”.
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● Do not place any food in front of the cold air blowout port.
Door is not in a horizontal state
Door is not in a
horizontal state
● Installation place may not be horizontal.
Left side or right side of the door may be slightly lower when the left or right leg sinks because of
the soft floor material and the addition of food weight.
→ This does not affect the refrigerator performance. Adjust the refrigerator adjustable mount to
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keep it level if you want to correct it.
→ Lay a firm board which has more than 1cm thickness on the floor if the refrigerator itself inclines.
More force is
required to
open the door
immediately after
closing the door.
● It is because the air that entered the Refrigerator Compartment is rapidly cooled and the pressure
in the Refrigerator Compartment temporarily lowers.
Another door
opens after
closing one
door.
● Another door may open for a moment by the wind pressure because cool air path connects each
compartment.
The refrigerator becomes hot
The side of the
refrigerator becomes
hot Hot air comes
from the bottom of
the refrigerator
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● Hot air may come from the bottom of the refrigerator to exhaust the heat generated when the
cooling device operates.
→ The temperature may reach 50 ∼ 60˚C immediately after installation or in summer, but there is no
problem with the safety and the performance.
When this happens
Please check. This is the cause.
Abnormal operating sound is generated
● Refrigerator may not be installed properly.
Possible Solution
Possible Cause
Annoying sound
is generated by
the refrigerator.
Floor bends
Lay the firm board on the floor and install the refrigerator on it.
Refrigerator comes in contact
with the wall or furniture, etc.
Allow clearance around the refrigerator and install it.
Leg cover comes off
Install it firmly.
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● You may feel that the operation sound is large because the compressor operates in high-speed under the
following conditions: the refrigerator does not cool fully on the occasion such as using it for the first time,
opening/closing the door frequently, the surrounding temperature is high.
→ The sound becomes small after cooling fully.
Operation sound lasts long
● It is because the compressor operates in low-speed for conserving energy.
Operation sound
sometimes becomes larger
● It is because the system changes the operating power of the refrigerator according to the
temperature change.
● The following sounds are generated when the refrigerator is operating normally, so they do not
indicate any trouble.
Type of sound
When other
sounds such as
shown in the
right table are
generated by
the refrigerator
・
・
・
・
Sound like water flowing (trickling)
Sound like collision (tapping)
Sound like water boiling (bubbling up)
Sound like meat roasting (sizzling)
・ Sound like squeaking (cracking)
Source of sound
These sounds are caused when the refrigerant to cool the
refrigerator flows or water flows/evaporates to remove frost.
This sound is caused because the parts squeaks when the
refrigerator temperature changes.
These sounds are caused when the electric parts to control
・ Sound like something is caught (clacking)
the refrigerator temperature operates.
・ Sound like roaring (honking)
・ Sound caused immediately after closing the
door (booming)
・ Sounds caused by the Automatic ice maker
(zooming)
(rattling)
(clunking)
These sounds are caused when ice separates from the ice tray
of the Automatic ice maker or ice is supplied to the ice tray.
These sounds also occur every 2 hours if the water supply
container is empty.
If you turn off the "Ice making" function, ice making stops
and the sound does not occur.
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・ Sound occurrs sometimes (clacking)
This sound is caused when the refrigerator starts the operation to cool.
Others
● The refrigerator may be charged with static electricity, but there is no problem with the safety.
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→ It is recommended to ground if you want to remove it.
Radio and/or
television are
disturbed by noises
● It is caused by the electromagnetic radiation slightly generated from this refrigerator.
→ Install the refrigerator on a place far away from the television, radio and interphone etc.
→ It is recommended to connect the power plug to the power outlet separated from the antenna
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terminal and ground the refrigerator.
There are thin lines
like scratches on the
plastic parts
There are waving and/
or distortions on the
door surface, the side
and the top surface of
the refrigerator.
The Control Panel
for operation is not
illuminated
● Those lines are caused by the liquid resin flowing when plastic is molded.
They are especially conspicuous for the transparent parts, but there is no problem with the
strength and they can never lead to any cracks.
There is a small hole
inside the door
● This hole is used to escape the air inside when filling the heat insulation
material into the door during the production process. It is neither a flaw nor
abnormal thing.
● Slight waving and/or distortions are generated in the manufacturing process of the refrigerator.
They may be conspicuous according to the position of the light source and/or the brightness etc.,
but there is no problem with the performance.
Troubleshooting
You feel electricity a little
when touching the main
body of the refrigerator
● The displayed character will disappear about 2 minutes after the operation finishes. However,“Quick
Cooling” or“eco”operation indicator lamp will not be turned off. Push either button to turn it on.
Hole (inside of the door)
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PRACTICAL ADVICE ON HOW TO USE THE REFRIGERATOR/REPLACEMENT PARTS
Flashing pattern
Check Point
Possible Cause
Food etc. may come in contact with the ice
tray or the stored ice amount detection lever.
Empty the Ice Compartment and perform
"Cleaning the Ice Making".
This flashing shows that there is a problem.
Consult your dealer.
“QUICK”,
“NORMAL”,
“OFF”
Flashing
It is in process of Ice Maker Cleaning.
Check the points described in "How to
maintain the Automatic Ice Maker" on P.50.
“OFF”flashing
It will flash if you stop ice making during the
ice making process.
Check the points described in "Ice Tray" on
P.51.
Door remains open for more than 1 minute. (ex:
door is not completely closed.)
Check the points described in "Door Alarm"
on P.57.
"
" flashing
3 times
" flashing
"
(excluding flashing 3 times)
Ice making
function
Flashing
● This flashing shows that there is a problem with the Automatic Ice Maker, the temperature control device or
the frost removal device etc.
● Consult your dealer if the flashing does not stop even after checking the point listed in the following table.
Check
The "
"
display flashes
on the Control
Panel for
operation
All displays flashing
The electric
supply failed
● Reduce the number of times of opening and closing the door and avoid storing food additionally until the
electric supply is restored.
The refrigerator
is not expected to
use for a long term
● Unplug the power plug and maintain the inner of the refrigerator and the Automatic Ice Maker, and leave all
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the door open to dry the refrigerator for 2 ∼ 3 days.
Remove frost
● Any operation to remove frost is not required because this refrigerator remove frost automatically.
Thawed water is collected in the evaporating tray and automatically evaporates.
Moving house
● Refer to“When moving or carrying”section.
Moving or carrying the refrigerator
When you want
to lower the
setting of the
condensation
prevention heater
(the partitioning
iron plates)
Partitioning
iron plates
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● A lower setting of the condensation prevention heater will reduce power consumption.
The setting of a heater for dew condensation prevention has four levels. The level 4 achieves the highest reduction in power consumption.
A lower setting of the condensation prevention heater may cause dew condensation in the partitioning iron
plates when humidity is high. When dew is formed, cancel the setting.
● The setting will be cancelled when the power plug is connected and disconnected or power failure recovery takes place.
● Setting the partitioning iron plates.
1. Open the door of the Lower Freezer Compartment.
2. With the door of the Refrigerator Compartment closed, push and hold the
“FREEZER”button on the control panel for 3 seconds or longer until one
long beep sounds (Level 1).
3. Repeat the procedure provided in Step 2 to change Energy Saving level further.
4. Close the door of the Lower Freezer Compartment.
1 beep
To cancel the setting, perform the same operations at Level 1 and 2 under the
state of Level 4.
Alarm is raised (two beeps sound) to cancel the setting.
ep
ep
ep
ep
Long be
Long be
Long be
Level 1 for saving electricity
Level 2 for saving electricity
ep
Long be
ep
Long be
ep
Long be
Level 3 for saving electricity
Long be
ep
Long be
About 3
seconds
Long
beep
Push this button for more
than 3 seconds
ep
Long be
ep
Long be
Level 4 for saving electricity
ps
2 bee
Deactivate
Temperature settings for Refrigerator and Freezer Compartments can be adjusted by nine
levels, more finely than the three levels:“MIN.”,“MID.”and“MAX.”.
1. Open the door of the Lower Freezer Compartment.
2. Push and hold the“REFRIGERATOR”button on the Control Panel for five
seconds or more until one beep sounds (This allows finer adjustment.)
3. Close the door of the Lower Freezer Compartment.
4. Push the“REFRIGERATOR”or“FREEZER”button to make an
adjustment. The temperature becomes higher by one level every time
you push the button. (Pushing“MAX.”returns to“MIN.”
.)
5. If you want to stop the fine adjustment, perform the operation of 1 and 2.
Two beeps sound and you can set the temperature by normal step.
Lighting
Display ON
When you want
to adjust the
temperature
more finely
Blinking
MAX.
MID.
MIN.
MIN
MID
MAX
Temperature setting
REPLACEMENT PARTS
When replacing the following parts, make sure to tell your dealer the type name and buy the special parts.
Replacing the water filter
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● Replace the water filter when it becomes old.(Replace it normally once 3 ∼ 4 years.)
● Ordering the replacement water filter
Tell your dealer the parts number: RJK-30100 to buy the replacement water filter. (Ice making capacity is the same
with a water filter removed.)
● Always configure the settings with all the doors closed.
Caution
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[“eco” Operation indicator lamp]
When the refrigerator is operated in a manner to reduce power consumption, such as Frost Recycle Cooling,
the indicator lamp is automatically lit to indicate that the refrigerator is operating in the energy saving mode.
Notice
[“eco”Operation indicator lamp]
● If [“eco” Operation indicator lamp] isn’t illuminated, check the following things.
・ Is the [“eco” Operation indicator lamp] set as Off? → Perform the above-mentioned procedure for how to return.
・ Immediately after installation, when a lot of food is stored at a time, or when you open or close a door frequently, the
compressor operates at a high speed and this indicator lamp is not lit. → Open/close the door quickly or minimize
the number of opening/closing the door.
・ When the refrigerator is operated with“FREEZER”,“REFRIGERATOR”or“QUICK”enabled, → It will be illuminated after
the quick cooling functions finish and the operation of the refrigerator gets stable.
・In summer, for example, when the ambient temperature around the refrigerator is high.
● When connecting/disconnecting the power plug or after recovering from electric power failure, it will return to the setting
where the [“eco” Operation indicator lamp] is illuminated.
[“eco” operation indicator lamp] can be turned off when you feel uneasy at night, etc.
■ How to turn off the
indicator lamp
The indicator
lamp blinks
Push and hold the“REFRIGERATOR”
button for three seconds with all
the doors closed until the [“eco”
Operation indicator lamp] blinks.
1 beep
About
3 seconds
s
2 beep
The [“eco” Operation indicator
lamp] is unlit.
■ How to restore the setting
Push and hold the“REFRIGERATOR”
button for three seconds with all
the doors closed until the [“eco”
Operation indicator lamp] becomes lit.
Indicator
lamp is ON
1 beep
About
3 seconds
The [“eco” Operation indicator lamp]
is lit for three seconds.
After that, the lamp is lit or unlit,
depending on the operation conditions.
eep
Long b
Door Alarm
When a door remains open for 30 seconds or more, alarm sounds as shown below and characters on the Control Panel are blinking to indicate that the door is open with sound and light.
Duration when door is open
30 secondsŏ
1 minute
2 minutes
3 minutes
Alarm sound
3 long beeps
3 long beeps
5 long beeps
It keeps continuously sounding.
Control Panel
Does not blink
Flashing
Flashing
Flashing
※ From 30 seconds onwards, the Door Alarm sounds
only when the energy saving mode is set.
The Refrigerator Compartment, Ice Compartment and
Lower Freezer have the Door Alarm function (but the
Upper Freezer and Vegetable Compartment doesn’
t).
The Door Alarm can be stopped.
■ When you want to stop the alarm
Push and hold the“COOLING
MODE”button for three
seconds with all the doors
closed until one beep sounds.
When the setting has been
completed, the indicator
lamp is restored to the
original state.
Notice
Indicator
lamp is ON
■ When you want to sound the alarm again
1 beep
About
3 seconds
g beep
Lon
Push and hold the“COOLING
MODE”button for three
seconds with all the doors
closed until two beeps sound.
Indicator
lamp is ON
About
3 seconds
When the setting has been
completed, the indicator
lamp is restored to the
original state.
Push this button and hold it for 3 seconds
・・・
s
2 beep
Push this button and hold it for 3 seconds
● When the Door Alarm is disabled, characters on the Control Panel no longer blink and operation sound is no longer made, but alarm
indicating cleaning of the ice-making tray does sound.
● The Door Alarm is enabled as factory setting.
● When connecting/disconnecting the power plug or after recovering from electric power failure, it will return to the setting where the
Door Alarm sounds.
Locking the Control Panel
When this indicator lamp
(Lock on the panel for operation) is illuminated, any button other than“ENERGY SAVING”
will not be activated by pressing it. This can prevent erroneous operation of the Control Panel or misuse by children.
■ Locking
Push and hold the
“FREEZER”button for
approximately three
seconds with all the
doors closed until one
beep sounds.
is lit to indicate
that the lock has been
completed.
Notice
Indicator
lamp is ON
■ Unlocking
1 beep
About
3 seconds
eep
Long b
Push this button and hold it for 3 seconds
Push and hold the
“FREEZER”button for
approximately three
seconds with all the
doors closed until two
beeps sound.
is lit to indicate
that the lock has been
released.
Indicator
lamp is OFF
・・・
Practical Advice on How to Use the Refrigerator / Replacement Parts / [“eco” Operation indicator lamp] / Door Alarm / Locking the control panel
[“eco”OPERATION INDICATOR LAMP]/DOOR ALARM/LOCKING THE CONTROL PANEL
About
3 seconds
s
2 beep
Push this button and hold it for 3 seconds
● When connecting/disconnecting the power plug or after recovering from electric power failure, lock of the panel for operation may be released.
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MEMO
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ABOUT NON-CFC REFRIGERATORS/SPECIFICATION/STORABLE WEIGHT
Фᘰႇ଱˽ϫ‫ڟڐ‬ϕሑ
About non-CFC refrigerators
● Instead of CFCs, hydrocarbons are used in the coolants and insulation materials used in this refrigerator.
Hydrocarbons donot damage the ozone layer, and they are environmental-friendly materials, having an
exceptionally small affect on global warming.
● Hydrocarbons are flammable. The coolants are sealed in the coolant circuitry, and with normal operation
they will not leak, but should the circuitry be damaged, refrain from using ames or other electrical products,
and open windows for ventilation. After that, please contact the dealer or Hitachi customer service centre.
࣠͟ঽ‫ුࡧܢࡵڟ‬
Storable weight
࣠͟ঽ‫ػ‬ᅹ‫ؖޜ‬Нঽ୽˱‫ුࡧܢࡵڟ‬ЃʮĈ
The following table shows the weight of food that can be stored on the shelves and in the cases.
ྭχϪႎ Name of parts
R-S42CMS
R-S42CMH
͟ቡВᅹ‫ޜ‬ʰ޲ , ͟ቡВᅹ‫ ޲˛ޜ‬Height adjustable upper shelf, Height adjustable middle shelf
͟ቡВᅹ‫ޜ‬ʮ޲ , ‫ס־‬ᅹ‫ޜ‬
Height adjustable lower shelf, Fixed shelf
13.5kg
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Refrigerator
compartment
ϕຣ݉ʰ࡭‫ڟ‬ೞ‫ޜ‬
Shelf above the Chill room
7.5kg
ϕຣ݉
Chill room
ყϕ݉
Ice compartment
ყϕ୽
Ice case
13.5kg
5.5kg
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Й‫ڟ‬ϕี Ą
17ࡲ
Do not store any ice cubes
other than the ones made
by the automatic ice maker.
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ʰᅹѾ࢝݉
Upper freezer
ʰᅹѾ࢝୽
Upper Freezer case
3.0kg
ᒡ຤੝୽
ʮᅹѾ࢝݉
Lower freezer
Slimline slide case
3.5kg
຤੝୽
Slide case
5.5kg
ʮᅹѾ࢝୽
Lower freezer case
10.0kg
ሹَ۳ᔀ݉
Vegetable
compartment
寛ᆄʰ޲༊‫୽ڐ‬
ʮ޲༊‫୽ڐ‬
Spacious Upper Case
Lower Case
5.0kg
11.5kg
ᘰ‫ػ‬ᆀଣ˞ࡧࡌᚌҙ Severe warning signs for Disposal
ྤᇥԅट˛ҤФᑗ·᾵ (Cyclopentane)Ą
໋ࡌ௎୩ྤᇥԅट˛˞ॉ᝝ढĂΆ෸շັ५ॆ‫ڟ‬ᆀଣ௎୩ുӕĄ
ࡌᆀଣΏ୰‫ܢ‬ढĂߏʟ˚๼ဇᑗ࿪అЙ˚ՊᆇᛪĂቜཚੰ໋ϴ‫ߺڟ‬ᘰጠᘰĄ
Cyclopentane is used in the insulation material.
The gases in insulation material require a special disposal procedure.
Please contact your local authorities in regard to the environmentally safe disposal of this product.
Practical Advice on How to Use the Refrigerator / Replacement Parts / About Non-CFC Refrigerators / Specification / Storable weight
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ဇϴ୨ຣ݉झᐖ‫ڟ‬ᆇᛪۨલˉăᚴ‫ػ‬ᑗ۳‫ڐ‬ቴĄ
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AFTER-SALES SERVICE
ᘰ‫وݣੵػ‬ਜ਼
Please contact the following Hitachi Service Centre if power cord is damaged or service
is required.
If some malfunction occurs during operation, unplug the power plug immediately and
contact the service centre to have the refrigerator repaired.
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•
Hong Kong
Hitachi (Hong Kong) Ltd.
18/F., Ever Gain Centre, 28 On Muk Street, Shatin,
N.T., Hong Kong, China
Tel : +852-2753-5386
Fax : +852-2753-0993
•
Singapore
Hitachi Home Electronics Asia (S) Pte. Ltd.
438A Alexandra Road, #01-01/02/03,
Alexandra Technopark, Singapore 119967
Tel : +65-6536-2520
Fax : +65-6536-2521
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Tel : +852-2753-5386
Fax : +852-2753-0993
Hitachi Tokyo Japan
R-S42CMS, R-S42CMH C
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