INSTALLATION, STORING FOOD

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12. The refrigeration system behind and in-
side the refrigerator contains refrigerant.
If this system is punctured it could result
in serious damage to your refrigerator,
therefore do not allow any sharp objects
to come into contact with the refrigeration
system.
13. Should the flexible supply cord be dam-
aged, it must be replaced by service agent
approved by SHARP as a special cord is
required.
14. In case of gas leak, ventilate the area by
opening a window, etc.  Do not touch the
refrigerator or the power outlet.
15. Do not place heavy or easily broken ob-
jects on top of the refrigerator. Objects
may fall when opening or closing the re-
frigerator, causing  injury.
16. Do not place objects containing liquid on
top of the refrigerator. Spillage may cause
electric shock or fire.
17. Do not drop objects inside the refrigera-
tor or strike the inner wall. This may cause
the inner surface to crack.
18. This refrigerator is not intended for use
by young children or infirm persons with-
out supervision. Young children should be
supervised to ensure that they do not play
with the refrigerator.
1. To ensure adequate ventilation for your
refrigerator, it is recommended to provide
space of 6cm on both sides and at the
back, and space of 30cm above the re-
frigerator. Insufficient spacing will decrease
the cooling efficiency, resulting in unnec-
essary consumption of electricity.
INSTALLATION
Adjustable foot
2.Using the front Adjustable foot, ensure that
the refrigerator is positioned firmly and
level on the floor.
NOTE
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STORING FOOD
Refrigeration reduces the rate of food spoilage. To maximize the shelf life of perishable food prod-
ucts, ensure that the food is of the freshest possible quality . The following is a general guide to help
promote longer food storage.
Fruit / Vegetables
To minimize moisture loss, fruit and vegetables should be loosely en-
closed in a plastic material e.g. wrap, bags ( do not seal ) and place in
Vegetable crisper. Those fruits and vegetables with thick skins e.g.
oranges do not require wrapping.
Dairy Products & Eggs
• Most dairy products have a use by date on the outer packaging
which informs the recommended temperature and shelf life of the
product.
• Eggs should be stored on the Egg tray.
Meats / Fish / Poultry
• Place on a plate or dish and cover with paper or plastic wrap.
• For larger cuts of meat, fish, or poultry, place to the rear of the
shelves.
• Ensure all cooked food is wrapped securely or placed in an airtight
container.
NOTE
• Evenly place the food on the shelves to allow the cooling air to circulate efficiently.
• Hot foods should be cooled before storing. Storing hot foods increases the temperature in the unit
and increases the risk of food spoilage.
FOR BEST STORING FROZEN FOODS
• Quality of foods should be fresh.
• Food should be properly stored or covered and the air should be removed to seal tightly.
• Label bags or containers to keep an inventory of frozen food.
MILK MILK
• Position your refrigerator so that the plug is acces-
sible.
• Keep your refrigerator out of direct sunlight.
• Do not place next to heat generating appli-
ance.
• Do not place directly on the ground. Provide
suitable stand.
2cm
6cm
30cm
6cm
110 cm
102cm
6cm