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User Manual Refrigerator-Freezer Haier HSBS555AW
Table Of Contents
- Safety information
- Intended use
- Product description
- Care and cleaning
- Technical data
Energy saving tips
Make sure the appliance is properly ventilated (see INSTALLATION).
Do not install the appliance in direct sunlight or in the near of heat sources(e.g. stoves, heaters).
Avoid unnecessarily low temperature in the appliance. The energy consumption increases the lower the temperature in the appliance is set.
Functions like POWER COOL or POWER FREEZE consume more energy.
Allow warm food to cool down before placing it in the appliance.
Open the appliance door as little and as briefly as possible.
Do not overfill the appliance to avoid obstructing the air flow.
Avoid air within the food packaging.
Keep door seals clean so that the door always closes correctly.
Defreeze frozen food in the fridge storage compartment.
Tips on storing fresh food
Storing into the refrigerator compartment
Keep your fridge temperature below 5°C.
Hot food must be cooled to room temperature before storing in the appliance.
Foods stored in the refrigerator should be washed and dried before storing
Food to be stored should be properly sealed to avoid odour or taste alterations.
Do not store excessive quantities of food. Leave spaces between foods to allow cold air flowing around them, for a better and more homogeneous cooling.
Foods eaten daily should be stored at the front of the shelf.
Leave a gap between foods and the inner walls, allowing air flowing. In special way don’t store foods against the rear wall: foods could freeze against rear wall. Avoid di- rect contact of food (especially oily or acidic food) with the inner liner, as oil/acid can erode the inner liner. Clean away oily/acid dirt whenever it is found.
Defreeze frozen food in the fridge storage compartment. This way, you can use the frozen food to decrease the temperature in the compartment and save energy.
The ageing process of fruit and vegetables such as courgettes, melons, papaya, banana, pineapple, etc. can be accelerated in the refrigerator. Therefore, it is not advisable to store them in the refrigerator. However, the ripening of strongly green fruits can be promoted for a certain period. Onions, garlic, ginger and other root vegetables should also be stored at room temperature.
Unpleasant odours inside the fridge are a sign that something has spilled and cleaning is required. See CARE AND CLEANING.
Different foods should be placed in different areas according to their properties:
See other models: HSBS555AS HSBS628AW HSBS628AS HSBS610IS HTD635WISS
Also, These documents are for others Haier models: HSBS555A*