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User's Manual Model: BC-80E/110E
Safety precautions When using this appliance, always exercise the following basic safety precautions. 1. Read all of the instructions before using this appliance. 2. Use this appliance only for its intended purpose as described in this User's Manual. 3. This cabinet must be properly installed in accordance with the installation in- structions before it is used. See grounding instructions in the installation section. 4. Never unplug your cabinet by pulling on the power cord. Always grasp the plug
Please save these instructions. Danger! Risk of child entrapment. Before you discard your old cabinet, take off the doors so that children may not easily climb inside. Thank you for using our product. This Model number manual will guide you in getting the best use of your cabinet. Serial number Remember to record the model and se- rial number. They are on a label in back of the cabinet. Date of purchase Staple your receipt to your manual. You will need it to obtain war- ranty service. 2
Table of contents Safety precautions 1 Parts 4 Installation 5 Unpacking 5 Leveling 5 Proper air circulation 6 Electrical requirements 6 Features and use 7 Initial set up 7 Temperature adjustment 7 Shelving 8 Interior light 8 Normal operating sounds 8 Proper care and cleaning 9 Cleaning and maintenance 9 Power interruptions 10 Vacation and moving care 10 Lamp replacement 11 Troubleshooting 12 3
Parts 2 3 1 4 6 5 1. Lamp shade 2. Thermostat knob 3. Light switch 4. Handle 5. Leveling bolt 6. Shelf 4
Installation Unpacking 1. Remove all packaging material, including the foam base and all adhesive tape holding the cabinet accessories inside and outside. Slide out and remove plastic or foam guard used to secure the compressor from shipping dam- age due to vibration and shock. 2. Inspect and remove any remains of packing, tape or printed materials before powering on the cabinet. Leveling Your cabinet has 4 leveling bolts located in the front and rear corners of your cabinet. After properly plac
Proper air circulation To assure your cabinet works at the maximum efficiency it was designed for, you should install it in a location where there is proper air circulation, plumbing and electrical connections. The following are recommended clearances around the cabinet: Sides: 2" (50mm) Top: 2" (50mm) Back: 2" (50mm) Do not over fill your cabinet for proper internal air circulation. Electrical requirements Make sure there is a suitable power outlet (115V, 60Hz) with proper grounding
Features and use Temperature adjustments The temperature in the cabinet is controlled by the ther- mostat according to the ambient temperature and con- dition of the food in storage. The thermostat knob can be rotated clockwise or counter-clockwise between the scale of "0" and "6" (The numerals do not represent temperature degree, but temperature changes. With the value decreasing or increasing, the temperature in the refrigerator will go up or down, respectively. If scale "0" is selected, the a
Shelf The shelves are designed for both aesthetics and cleaning efficiency. The shelves can be removed and relocated. Especially, these shelves prevent bottles from contacting the evaporator. Light For the sake of decoration and practical operation, a mild light bulb is installed in the cabinet. The light is controlled by the switch on the fan shield. Normal operating sounds Boiling water, gurgling sounds or slight vibrations that are the result of the refrigerant circulating through the cooling
Proper care and cleaning Cleaning and maintenance Warning: To avoid electric shock, always unplug your cabinet before cleaning. Ignoring this warning may result in fatal or serious injuries. Caution: Before using cleaning products, always read and follow manufacturer's instructions and warnings to avoid personal injury or product damage. General: Prepare a cleaning solution of 3-4 table- spoons of baking soda mixed with warm water. Use sponge or soft cloth dampened with the cleaning solution to
Door gasket: Clean the door gasket once every three months to keep it clean and pliable for proper seal. Power interruptions When occasionally power supply is interrupted due to thunder- storms or other causes, remove the power cord from the outlet. When power has been restored, plug the power cord to the outlet. Vacation and moving care For long vacations or absences, unplug the cabinet and clean the cabinet and door gaskets according to "General cleaning" section. The cabinet is always moved v
Lamp replacement Lug Holder step 2 step 3 Lamp holder Lamp tube Lamp cover step 1 step 4 1. Loosen the lug slightly and remove the lampshade. (Step 1) 2. Remove the U lamp tube from the holder. (Step 2) 3. Place a new lamp tube to the holder. (Step 3) 4. Replace the lampshade. (Step 4) 11
Troubleshooting Cabinet does not operate. Verify if the cabinet is properly plugged in. Verify if the power is supplied. Inside temperature appears too high. Frequent door openings. Short storage period Verify if the gaskets is in good condition The condenser coils need cleaning. Verify if the thermostat is properly adjusted. Cabinet temperature is too cold. Verify if temperature control setting is too cold. Cabinet runs too frequently. This may be normal to maintain constant temperature during
Moisture buildup on interior or exterior of the door. This is normal during high humidity periods. Prolonged or frequent door openings. Check door gaskets for proper seal. Cabinet door does not shut properly. Level the cabinet. Check for blockages e.g. beverage bottles, shelves. 13