Haier PRCS25ED user manual

User manual for the device Haier PRCS25ED

Device: Haier PRCS25ED
Size: 4,51 MB
Date of adding : 2013-06-02 18:47:03
Number of pages: 96
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Summary of the content on the page No. 1

Home Refrigeration
Model: PRCS25****
Safety Precautions ....................................................................................1~2
Location .........................................................................................................3
Features .......................................................................................................3
Components ............................................................................................

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Safety Precautions Before operating this appliance, please thoroughly read and retain this manual for your reference. Because we offer a variety of models, the features of your refrigerator may differ slightly from those described in this manual. The appliance is not intended for use by children without adult supervision. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance. WARNING Indicates that a danger or risk of serious injury exists. WARNING Indicates that a

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mousse gas spray alkali acid Safety Precautions Never put flammable, explosive, Drugs, vaccines, and chemical Do not store or use gasoline dangerous items, or highly corrosive reagents must not be put in refrigerator. or other flammable substances acid and alkali in the refrigerator. This refrigerator is for household use near the refrigerator to avoid only. It cannot store temperature- fire hazard. sensitive materials. To avoid personal injury, do not put Do not play or hang on the bottle b

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Location The refrigerator should be put in a Do not put the refrigerator in a place The refrigerator must be put in an location that is far away from any where it is humid, or where there environment with good ventilation. It heat source or direct sunlight. This may be splashing water. Clean off must be near a safe water resource, will improve the performance of any splashing water or dirt with a and there must be at least 1 inch of the refrigerator. soft cloth. space on each of the three s

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Components Refrigerator Freezer Light Freezer Fresh Food Light Water Filter Upper Bin Dairy Bin Ice Cream Shelf Shelf Pizza Tray Wine Shelf Gallon Bin Shelf Glide Shelf Tilt Bin Crispers Drawer 2L Bin Lower Bin Convertible Compartment Movable Board Steel Wire Frame Convertible Compartment Drawer Board Light Convertible Drawer Due to product modification, your purchased Haier refrigerator may not be identical with the one shown in the manual. We hereby express our apologies to you for th

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Removing and Installing the Doors Only required in the event your refrigerator has clearance problems entering your home or getting it to its operating location. It is suggested you have 2 or more people present when doing this job in order to complete the job correctly and avoid personal injury. NOTE Removing and Installing the Fresh Food Door Using a Phillips screwdriver remove the Then take off the fresh food door and place it in a safe place. top hinge cover screw and lift off the top

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Removing and Installing the Doors If necessary, remove the middle hinge. To install the freezer door, follow reverse order. When raising the hinge to separate it from the door, be careful the hinge doesn’t drop to the floor. When re-installing the door water line connector, please seat it all the way in the water pipe in the union, and add union black clips to secure line in place. NOTE Removing and Installing the Convertible Drawer (only if necessary) Open the drawer completely. Using a scre

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Connecting the Water Supply Line Install the shutoff valve on the nearest frequently used drinking water line. SHUt oFF tHe MAIn WA teR SUPPL y Turn on the nearest faucet long enough to clear the line of water. CHooSe tHe v ALve LoCA tIon Choose a location for the valve that is easily accessible. It is best to connect into the side of a vertical water pipe. When it is necessary to connect into a horizontal water pipe, make the connection to the top or side, rather than at the bottom, to avoi

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Connecting the Water Supply Line ConneCtIng tHe tUbIng to tHe v ALve Place the compression nut and ferrule (sleeve) for copper onto the end of the tubing and connect to the shutoff valve. Make sure the tubing is fully inserted into the valve. Tighten the compression nut securely. Commonwealth of Massachusetts Plumbing Codes 248CMR shall be adhered to. Saddle valves are illegal and use is not permitted in Massachusetts. Consult with your licensed plumber. FLUSH oUt tHe tUbIng Turn the main wa

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Preparation Before Use Remove all packing materials, Check accessories and Put the refrigerator in including foam, base pads, documents: Check materials a proper place (Refer to and tape used to attach against the packing list. If any “Location” section page 3.) accessories. are different section or missing, inquire with the retailer. Removing and Installing Handles: Note: Remove protective plastic covering from all handles. 1. Refrigerator and Freezer Door Handles Installation a) Hand

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Function Door Display Control Screen (Only applicable to PRCS25**** series) (Only applicable to RRCS25**** F series) A, B ........ Convertible Switching Composite Button H ............ Cold Water Button C,D ........ Convertible Compartment Temperature I.............. Lock Button Adjusting Button J ............. Dispenser Light Control Button E ............ Extra Ice Button K ............ Convertible Fresh Food F ............ Crushed Ice Button Temperature Indicator G ............ Cubed Ic

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Function Lock and Release (Only applicable to PRCS25**** series) I (Only applicable to RRCS25**** series) I 1. Push I Button — the lock button will light, and it is now in lock status. 2. Push I Button again — the lock button light will turn off, and it is now not in lock status. Fresh Food Compartment t emperature Adjustment (Only applicable to PRCS25ED** series) (Only applicable to PRCS25TD** series) Push the S or R Button once, Fresh Food Compartment Temperature Indicator Q flashes, indicati

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Function Freezer Compartment t emperature Adjustment (Only applicable to PRCS25ED** series) (Only applicable to PRCS25TD** series) Push the O or N Button once, Freezer Compartment Temperature Indicator P flashes, indicating temperature setting mode. The temperature range is -6 to 8 °F (-21 to -13 °F). The range increase one level until the maximum 7th Level every time you push the O Button, the range decreases one level until the minimum 1st Level every time you push the N Button. (Only appl

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Function express Freeze Setting This function is designed to preserve food’s nutritional value by deeply freezing it in a short period of time. Press the M Button. The Express Freeze Indicator will light up. This indicates that the Express Freeze mode is chosen and Express Freeze will function automatically. It will stop after 3 hours. If you want to turn off Express Freeze before 3 hours is up, press the M Button again. The Express Freeze will then turn off. express Chill Setting Press the T

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Function (Only applicable to PRCS25TD** series) (Only applicable to RRCS25SD** series) When the Water Filter Indicator (V) is lit, the water filter needs to be replaced. After you replace the water filter, press U to indicate that the water filter was reset. The Water Filter Indicator (V) will turn off. When you change the water filter, please refer to the “Water Filter” section of this manual. NOTE Display Control Function 30 seconds after pressing an operation button, the display turns off au

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About the Fresh Food Compartment t emporary Stored Food or Frequently Used Foods Should be Kept in the Fresh Food Compartment. Although the average fresh food temperatures are between 34 to 46 °F (1 to 8 °C) food shelf life should be checked periodically. Upper Raise and slant take out Adjusting Cantilever Shelves You have the option of adjusting the glass shelves to different locations to accommodate different stored food heights. Raise the shelf up (as shown) to disengage the rear hook

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About the Fresh Food Compartment the Suggested Storage Section of v arious Foods Because of the cool air circulation, there is a temperature difference among different sections in the cabinet. Therefore, different foods should be put in the different temperature sections. 1. Eggs, butter, cheese, etc 5. Meats, snacks, etc. 2. Cans, glass jars, spices, batteries, 6. Pasta, cans, yogurts, jars, etc. gallon milk, etc. 7. Cooked meats, sausage, etc. 3. Soft drinks, gallon milk, bottled foods 8.

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Tips and Hints in Using Fresh Food Compartment Radish leaves should be Defrost frozen food in the Some foods, like onion, Refrigeration can accelerate cut off - otherwise the fresh food compartment or bananas, garlic, and the ripening of certain fruits leaves will absorb some convertible compartment certain root and stem like melons, bananas, of the nutrients from to save energy. vegetables can be stored pineapples, and more. Do the vegetables. at room temperature. It not keep these fruits

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Precautions When Freezing Food Separate food into small batches to Before putting hot food into Before freezing food, it is better to pack make it easier to freeze and defrost the freezer, cool it to room it securely and make sure the outside of for later. Do not freeze in batched temperature. the package is dry. The packing material larger than 5.5 lbs. each. should be flavorless, airproof, nontoxic, and contamination-free to avoid tainting the food inside. Take food form the freezer to

Summary of the content on the page No. 20

Using the Ice Maker and Cold Water Dispenser Working Principle The ice content will depend on room temperature, door openings, water pressure, freezer temperature, etc. It is considered normal when ice cubes stick together. Wait 24 hours after installing your refrigerator before you begin using the ice maker feature. This gives the ice maker time to load the ice bucket. NOTE If this is your First Ice Maker Occasionally you may hear some sounds, like water flowing or ice dropping. These sound

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