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Trouble.Shootin
Guide
Sometimes
you may
come
across
minor
problems
that
in most
cases
do not require
a service
call
and
can be easily
eliminated.
The
problem
may have
resulted
from
improper
handling
and/or
installation
of
the appliance.
Please
refer
to the below
trouble-
shooting
guide
to assist
you in identifying
the
possible
cause
and solution
to your
problem.
Should
the problem
still persist
after
cornpteting
these
checkpoints.
Contact
the closest
authorized
service
agent
in your
area
for assistance.
The
Appliance
Fails
to
Operate
After
Connecting
to
Electrical
Power
Supply
• Check
the power
cord
is properly
connected.
Check
the power
supply
in the electrical
outlet.
(blown
fuse
/
circuit
breaker)
Make
sure
the appliance
is switched
on.
(thermostat
knob
in operating
position)
Continuous
Operation
of the
Cooling
System
The
door
is frequently
opened
or left open
for
too long.
* The
door
is not properly
closed
(the
door
may
sag,
the gasket
may
be polluted
or damaged).
.
Perhaps
you may
have
overloaded
the appliance
with
fresh
foods.
.
The
reason
may
be inadequate
ventilation
of the
compressor
(assure
adequate
air circulation).
ice
Formation
on
the
Inner
Rear
Wall
As
long
as the defrost
water
runs
to the
channel
and
through
the outlet
to the drain
pan on the
compressor,
automatic
defrosting
of the appliance
is assured.
In case
the ice formation
on the inner
back
wall
is
increased
(3-5 ram),
ice
should
be manually
defrosted.
Disconnect
the power
cord
from
the
electriced
outlet
After
defrosting
is complete,
turn
the knob
to desired
position
and close
the refrigerator
door.The
cause
of
increased
ice
formation
may
be one
of the following:
the door
does
not seal
well
(clean
the gasket
if it is
contaminated,
or replace
it if it is damaged);
-the
door
is frequently
opened
or left too tong;
-the
food
stored
in the refrigerator
was
warm;
-the
food
or
dish
is touching
the inner
back
wall.
Water
is
Leaking
From
the
Refrigerator
If the discharge
water
outlet
is clogged,
or the
defrost
water
drips
over
the channel,
water
will leak
from
the
refrigerator.
• Clean
the
clogged
outlet,
for example
with
a
ptastic
straw.
° Manually
defrost
the increased
ice
layer. See
"Ice
Formation
on the Inner
rear
Wall"
Noise
Cooling
in a refrigerator-freezing
appliance
is made
possible
by cooling
the system
using
a compressor,
which
will
produce
certain
noise
levels.
How
noisy
the
appliance
is depends
on where
it is placed,
how
it is
used
and
how
old the appliance
is.
• During
the
operation
of the compressor
the
noise
of the
liquid
is heard
and when
the compressor
is
not operating,
the refrigerant
flow
is heard.
This
is
a normal
condition
and
it has no influence
whatsoever
on
the lifetime
of
the
appliance.
• After
starting
the
appliance,
the
operation
of
the compressor
and the refrigerant
flow
may
be
louder,
which
does
not mean
that
something
is wrong
with
the
appliance
and
it
has
no influence
on
the
Jifetime
of
the
appliance.
Gradually
the
is noise
reduced.
• ,Sometimes
unusual
and
louder
noise
is heard,
which
is rather
unusual
for the appliance.
This
noise
is often
a consequence
of inadequate
installation.
-The
appliance
must
be level and
installed
on a firm
solid
base/floor.
-It
should
not
touch
the walt
or kitchen
units
standing
next to it.
-Check
the accessories
on the interior
of the
appliance,
they
should
be placed
correctly
in their
positions;
also
check,
bottles,
tins,
and
other
vessels
are not touching
each
other
causing
rattling
and/or
vibrations.
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