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Contents Before operation Your refrigerator's features..............................................................1 Components.....................................................................................2 Precautions...................................................................................3-5 Preparations..................................................................................6-9 Door removal............................................................................1
Your refrigerator's features Your Haier THERMOCOOL-brand Refrigerator/Freezer Combo is equipped with numerous innovative, space-saving and energy-efficient features. (1) Ice cube maker Automatic ice cube maker, powerful ice crusher, refrigerated water dispenser (2) Minibar (only for HRF-663ATA2) You can store drinks here for quick retrieval without having to open the refrigerator door. (3) Sliding glass shelves Sliding shelves and baskets in the refrigerator and freezer compartments make storing
Components Refrigerator Freezer compartment Bottle rack Bottle cover Light Ice maker Shelves Light Shelves Bottle rack Drawer cover Minibar cover Bottle rack Veggie drawer cover Freezer drawers Veggie drawer HRF-663ATA2 Note The power plug must remain accessible after setting up the appliance. If damaged, the power cord of this appliance must be replaced by the maker, their customer service or an equally qualified person so as to prevent any hazards. Check the appliance for damages sustained dur
Customer service Precautions This appliance requires a 220-240V/50Hz power A dedicated grounded outlet is required. The supply. appliance is equipped with a standard If the voltage is outside of the 187-242V range, shockproof plug, whose grounding should not be malfunctions and damages of the controls, disabled. The power plug of the appliance Dispenser not supplying thermostat or compressor may result, unless a should always be accessible. regulator of at least 750W was installed. Freezer tempe
Precautions After-sales Service Confirm the following before ordering a repair. Never place flammable, explosive or corrosive This appliance is intended strictly for storing materials in the refrigerator. and freezing foods. It is not suitable for storing such things as vaccines, bacteria or chemical Compressor runs often or for a long time samples, which have demanding temperature This is normal during initial operation. requirements. Normal after loading with large amounts of foods. Appliance
Customer service Precautions Should a malfunction occur that you cannot resolve as described below, contact the nearest customer service. In such a case, please indicate the full model name, serial number and To avoid injury, keep fingers away from the Do not pour water onto the appliance or set it up door crack when opening or closing the doors. in wet areas. spare part register. (See the product label at the back of the appliance.) Keep children away from the appliance doors being opened and c
Preparations Troubleshooting The specified power consumption at an ambient When operating, the fan produces an audible Unpacking temperature of 25°C with 5°C in the refrigerator sound. Remove the entire packing material, and -18°C in the freezer after 24 hours of normal operation complies with government including the foam underlay and pieces of standards. Higher power consumption is normal tape used to hold accessories in place. with large amounts of food in the freezer and when the appliance d
Troubleshooting Preparations Long operation time and a temperature Some of the sounds produced during initial increase of housing and compressor are operation or at start-up will fade during normal Attaching the toe moulding normal during initial operation. operation. Open the refrigerator and freezer doors, remove the moulding from the refrigerator compartment, and then affix it as shown in the illustration. During initial operation, the appliance housing At start-up and during operation, the m
Inoperation Preparations Installing the door handle When on vacation First, screw part 2 into the threaded hole in the door (part 1); there are two Before a long vacation, turn off the appliance, screws per door. Next, press part 3 with its larger opening onto part 2. take out the food, remove the frost, clean the Finally, pull part 3 down in order to attach it firmly to the door. interior and leave the door open to prevent odour build-up. Part 1 Transportation Part 2 Unplug the power cord. Remo
Inoperation Preparations In the event of a power outage Even in the summer, foods can be kept cool for several hours during a power outage. In the event of a power outage, refrain from adding It is recommended to clean the interior before foods to the appliance and opening the doors. starting up the appliance. (Details under Caution: “Cleaning”.) A temperature drop in the freezer compartment, caused by a power outage or other malfunction, reduces the storage life span and quality of the foods. I
Defrosting · Cleaning Door removal Removing the door Defrosting If your house door is too narrow, remove the refrigerator door and carry the The appliance defrosts automatically. refrigerator in narrow side first. Cleaning Clean the refrigerator regularly to prevent odour build-up. Remove the toe moulding, and then Toe moulding release the water coupler. For safety reasons, first unplug the power cord. Slide the toe moulding up to remove it, and then release Water coupler Clean the appliance usi
Dispenser precautions Door removal Precautions The following instructions refer only to products equipped with an ice cube maker, ice crusher and Remove the refrigerator compartment refrigerated water dispenser. door. Do not use very tall or short glasses. 1)Loosen the hinge cover bolts, and then Wires Hold the glass as close as possible to the ice cube outlet so as to prevent dropping ice cubes or remove the cover. Disconnect any wires jamming the ice cube supply. except for the grounding wire.
Setting up the Refrigerator/Freezer Combo Dispenser operation Dispenser operation Be sure to choose a flat and level setup location. Door adjustment Choose crushed ice, refrigerated water or ice cubes. Slightly push a glass against the ice/water lever as Use sturdy and fireproof supports to correct an If the freezer compartment door is lower than shown in the illustration. unevenness in the floor. Turning an appliance that of the refrigerator compartment, insert the foot clockwise raises the app
Start-up Removing and installing the ice cube container Power connection After connecting it to the power, the appliance is automatically set to the Removing the ice cube container Intelligent and Crushed Ice modes. Press the middle section of the ice cube container in and pull it off its shelf. This appliance has a memory function which, in the event of a power failure, automatically stores the operating mode that was last used and restores it when the power is turned on again. Operating modes
Ice maker and dispenser operation Digital display operation Control panel KL Precautions Do not connect the ice maker water line when the temperature is below 0 ºC, otherwise the water line may freeze Open the valve and flush the water line to check the line connections for possible leaks. Close the valve again when the water is clean and clear. The ice maker does not become operational until the temperature has reached or gone under -15 °C. (Do not consume the first batch of ice cubes.) After s
Starting up the ice maker and dispenser Using the digital display Preparations before starting up the ice maker and dispenser The ice maker can be connected either directly to a water supply line if fitted Superfrost with a filter (option A) or to a drinking water container if fitted with a water pump (option B). Cut the water line to the right length to prevent it from kinking. The recommended maximum length for the water line is 12 m. The pressure drop resulting from an excessively long water
Using the digital display Notes on freezing Open-door buzzer warning A buzzer sounds intermittently when the door is left open permanently or is not closed properly. Let warm foods and drinks cool down to room Pack the food into portions of up to 2.5 kg suitable for your household. As a result, the temperature before putting them in the freezer portions will freeze faster and the quality after compartment. thawing remain optimal for preparation. Display control 30 minutes after the last key oper
Freezer compartment Refrigerator compartment Use the freezer compartment for Use the refrigerator compartment for short-term long-term food storage food storage A low temperature in the freezer compartment is The average refrigerator temperature of 0 °C-10 °C is not necessary for long-term food storage. Do not low enough for long-term storage of foods; it is suitable exceed the maximum length of storage indicated only for short-term food storage. on the package. Removing and cleaning glass shelv
Refrigerator compartment Home bar (only for HRF-663ATA2) Do not remove the inner cover of the home bar. The home bar will not operate if the Stocking example cover has been removed. Foodsshouldbegroupedaccordingto the various temperature ranges in the refrigerator compartment. (1) Eggs, butter, cheese (2) Tinned drinks and foods, seasonings (3) Drinks, bottles (4) Preserves (5) Meats (6) Flours, preserves, milk (7) Processed meats, sausage (8) Fruits, vegetables, lettuce Keep children away from