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SHARP SJP49N
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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

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STORING FOOD
Refrigeration reduces the rate of food spoilage. To maximize the shelf life of perishable food products, ensure that the food is of the freshest possible quality. The following is a general guide to help promote longer food storage.

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. • Do not block the outlet and inlet of the cool air circulating circuit with foods or containers; otherwise the foods will not be evenly cooled throughout the refrigerator. Do not place food directly in front of cold air outlet. This may lead to the food freezing.

Fruit / Vegetables
To minimize moisture loss, fruit and vegetables should be loosely enclosed in a plastic material e.g. wrap, bags (do not seal) and place in the 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 in the Egg holder.

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.

FOR BEST FREEZING

IN OUT

• Quality of foods should be fresh. • Freeze small quantities of food at a time to freeze them quickly. • Food should be properly stored or covered and the air should be removed to seal tightly. • Evenly place the food in the freezer. • Label bags or containers to keep an inventory of freezing food.

CARE AND CLEANING
Some household cleaning chemicals may affect the inside surfaces and plastic shelves resulting in splitting or cracks occurring. When cleaning all plastic parts inside this refrigerator, only use diluted dishwashing liquid (soapy water). Make sure that all plastic parts are thoroughly rinsed with water after cleaning. 1. Remove the shelves and pockets from the cabinet and door. Wash them in warm soapy dishwashing water; rinse in clean water and dry. 2. Clean the inside with a cloth soaked in warm soapy dishwashing water. Then, use cold water to wipe off soapy water. 3. Wipe the exterior with a soft cloth each time it is soiled. 4. Clean the Magnetic door seal with a toothbrush and warm soapy dishwashing water. 5. Whenever the refrigerator is moved to clean or repositioned, the Evaporating pan should be removed and cleaned.

NOTE:
• Do not use polishing powder, benzine, hot water etc. • If undiluted detergent is used or soapy water is not wiped off thoroughly, cracking of plastic parts can result. • Wipe any food oils adhered to plastic components as they can cause cracking of the plastic surface. • The glass shelves weigh approximately 2kg each. Hold firmly when removing from the cabinet or carrying.

Replacing method of the lamp bulb
1. Unplug the refrigerator first to prevent electric shock. 2. Remove the Light cover. 3. Replace the lamp bulb with the same type. Light cover

Base E12, MAX 15W, T-20

Evaporating pan;
How to remove/set
Remove the two screws to take the Evaporating pan off. Please pay attention to the safety since the compressor is very hot.

Compressor

Switching off your refrigerator
If you switch your refrigerator off when you are going away for an extended period, remove all food, clean the interior thoroughly. Remove the power cord plug from the power socket and leave all doors open.

Evaporating pan

WHAT TO DO BEFORE YOU CALL FOR SERVICE
Before you call for service, check the following points. IT IS NORMAL for the refrigerator to produce the following sounds. • Loud noise produced by the compressor when operation starts --- Sound becomes quieter after a while. • Loud noise produced once a day by the compressor --- Operating sound produced immediately after automatic defrost operation. • Sound of flowing fluid (gurgling sound, fizzing sound) --- Sound of refrigerant flowing in pipes (sound may become louder from time to time). • Cracking or crunching sound --- Sound produced by expansion and contraction of inner walls and internal parts during cooling. • Squeaking sound --- Sound produced by expansion and contraction of internal parts. IT IS NORMAL that the outside of a cabinet may be hot when touched. The hot pipe is in the cabinet in order to prevent dew generation.

IF YOU STILL REQUIRE SERVICE Refer to your nearest service agent approved by SHARP.

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