Haier HSE04WNA user manual

User manual for the device Haier HSE04WNA

Device: Haier HSE04WNA
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Date of adding : 2014-06-19 18:28:39
Number of pages: 64
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What The World Comes Home To
User Manual-
Model #’s
(Features may vary by model)
Guide de l’Utilisateur-
(Les caractéristiques peuvent
varier en fonction du modèle)
Manual del Usuario-
Para Modelos de
(Las funciones pueden
variar según el modelo)

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English English English SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Read all of the instructions before using this appliance. When using this appliance, always exercise basic safety precautions, including the following: 1) Use this appliance only for its intended purpose as described in this use and care guide. 2) This refrigerator must be properly installed in accordance with the installation instructions before it is used. See grounding instructions in the installation section. 3) Never unplug your refrigerator by pu

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English English English 10) This refrigerator should not be recessed or built-in an enclosed cabinet. It is designed for freestanding installation only. 11) Do not operate your refrigerator in the presence of explosive fumes. For Future Reference Please SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS DANGER Risk of child entrapment. Before you throw away your old refrigerator or freezer, take off the doors. Leave the shelves in place so that children may not easily climb inside. As per UL 250 11.2.6 Thank you for usi

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English English English Table Of Contents PAGE Safety Precautions

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English English English Parts And Features Non Dispense-A-Can™ Models 2 1 4 5 3 6 8 7 12345678 HSE04WNA 1. Freezer Compartment 6. Slide-Out Shelves (not in all models) 7. Adjustable Front Leveling Legs 2. Ice Cube Tray (not in all models) (not in all models, not shown) 3. Fixed Door Shelves (varies by model) 8. Full Width Retainer Bar 4. Drip Tray (not in all models) (not in all models) 5. Adjustable Temperature Control 4 4

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English English English Installing Your Refrigerator Unpacking Your Refrigerator 1. Remove all packaging material. This includes the foam base and all adhesive tape holding the refrigerator accessories inside and outside. Slide out and remove plastic or foam guard used to secure the compressor from shipping damage due to vibration and shock. 2. Inspect and remove any remains of packing, tape or printed materials before powering on the refrigerator. Leveling Your Refrigerator • Your refrigerator

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English English Electrical Requirement • Make sure there is a suitable power Outlet (115 volts, 15 amps outlet) with proper grounding to power the refrigerator. • Avoid the use of three plug adapters or cutting off the third grounding in order to accommodate a two plug outlet. This is a dangerous practice since it provides no effective grounding for the refrigerator and may result in shock hazard. Use of Extension Cords • Avoid the use of an extension cord because of potential safety hazards un

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English English English Door Alignment (see fig. # 1) 1. Remove hinge cover screw. 2. Remove the top hinge cover. 3. Loosen the top hinge screws using a phillips head screwdriver. 4. Adjust the door or put a spacer in between and then tighten the screws. 5. Replace the top hinge cover. fig. # 1 8 8

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English English English Reversing the Door Hinge 1. Remove the top hinge cover screw and then remove the top hinge cover. (see fig. # 1) 2. Using a Phillips Head Screwdriver, loosen and remove the screws holding the top hinge in place. (see fig. # 1) 3. Remove the top hinge and carefully lift off the door. 4. Remove the screw hole plug from the opposite side and insert the plug in the screw hole openings of the just removed screws. (see fig. # 2) 5. Remove the door pin from the bracket of th

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English English English 9. Align the pin of the top hinge with top hole on the left side of the door and push into place. Replace the screws in the upper hinge bracket but do not tighten all the way. (see fig. # 2) 10. Make sure the door closes easily but forms a tight seal. Adjust the door as needed. Once you are satisfied with the door alignment, completely tighten the upper door hinge screws. 11. Replace the hinge cover, insert the screw and tighten completely. (see fig. # 2) 12. If the d

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English English English Refrigerator Features And Use General Features Adjustable temperature dial: (Note: If the refrigerator has Your refrigerator will automatically been placed in a horizontal or maintain the temperature level you tilted position for any period select. The temperature control dial has of time wait 24 hours before 7 settings plus off. 1 is the warmest. 7 is plugging the unit in.) the coldest. Turning the dial to OFF stops cooling in both the refrigeration and freezer sections.

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English English English Using the Dispense-A-Can™ • Your refrigerator may be equipped with the convenient “Dispense-A-Can™” compartment. Each compartment will hold up to four cans. Simply load the cans from the top. To dispense a can, simply draw one out from the bottom. It is that easy. fig. # 5 Using the Lock • Your refrigerator may be equipped with a lock and key (located at the bottom center of the door) for optional security, should you choose. Simply close the refrigerator door, insert th

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English English English Defrosting Your Refrigerator (see Fig. # 7) NOTE: If you have purchased a model with no freezer section, you do not need to defrost. • For maximum energy efficiency, defrost freezer section whenever frost accumulates to a thickness of 1/4" or more on freezer walls. Note that frost tends to accumulate more during the summer months. • To defrost freezer, remove food and ice cube tray from the freezer section. Make sure the drip tray is under the freezer section and tur

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English English English Food Storage Information Fresh Food • When storing fresh food, which is not prepackaged, be sure to wrap or store food in airtight and moisture proof material unless otherwise noted. This will ensure proper shelf life and prevent the transfer of odors and tastes. • Wipe containers before storing to avoid needless spills. • Eggs should be stored in an upright position in their original carton to maximize shelf life. • Fruit should be washed and dried then stored in sealed

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English English English Normal Operating Sounds You May Hear • Boiling water, gurgling sounds or slight vibrations that are the result of the refrigerant circulating through the cooling coils. • The thermostat control will click when it cycles on and off. 15 15

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English English English Proper Refrigerator Care and Cleaning Cleaning and Maintenance Warning: To avoid electric shock always unplug your refrigerator before cleaning. Ignoring this warning may result in death or injury. 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 tablespoons of baking soda mixed with warm water. Use sponge or soft cloth, dampene

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English English English Power Interruptions • Occasionally there may be power interruptions due to thunderstorms or other causes. Remove the power cord from AC outlet when a power outage occurs. When power has been restored, replug power cord to AC outlet. If outage is for a prolonged period, inspect and discard spoiled or thawed food in freezer and refrigerator. Clean refrigerator before reusing. Vacation and Moving Care • For long vacations or absences, empty food from refrigerator and freeze

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English English English TroubleShooting Refrigerator Does Not Operate • Check if thermostat control is not in the “OFF” position. • Check if refrigerator is plugged in. • Check if there is power at the ac outlet, by checking the circuit breaker. Food temperature appears too warm • Frequent door openings. • Allow time for recently added warm food to reach fresh food or freezer temperature. • Check gaskets for proper seal. • Clean condenser coils (for models with exposed condenser coils). • Adju

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English English English Moisture build up on interior or exterior of the refrigerator: • This is normal during high humidity periods. • Prolonged or frequent door openings. • Check door gaskets for proper seal. Refrigerator has an odor: • Interior needs cleaning. • Foods improperly wrapped or sealed are giving off odors. Refrigerator door does not shut properly: • Level the refrigerator. • Re-align refrigerator door. • Check for blockages e.g. food containers, crisper cover, shelves, bins etc. 1

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