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DAEMA DFZ-268SCDK, DFZ-688SCDK Display Showcase User Manual

DAEMA DFZ-268SCDK, DFZ-688SCDK Display Showcase


  • To ensure proper use, please thoroughly study these SAFETY PRECAUTIONS before operating the Unit.
  • The purpose of the safety precautions in this manual is to ensure the safe and correct use of the unit to minimize risks that could cause serious damage and injury to you or other persons. The safety precautions are divided into WARNINGS and CAUTIONS. Cases, where improper handling of the unit could lead to death or serious injury, are listed under the AWARNING” heading. However, the cases listed under the CAUTION” heading could also lead to serious results. To ensure safety, adhere strictly to both types of safety precautions.
  • Keep ventilation openings, in the appliance enclosure or in the built-in structure, clear of obstruction.
  • This appliance is not intended for use by persons including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning the use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
  • Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
  • Do not use mechanical devices or other means to accelerate the defrosting process, other than those recommended by the manufacturer.
  • Do not damage the refrigerant circuit.
    Improper handling of the unit could lead to death or serious injury.
    Improper handling of the unit could lead to serious results depending on the circumstances.
  • Text set off by the exclamation mark contains information that should be strictly adhered to.
  • After reading the instruction manual, store it in an easily accessible place where the user(s) of this product can easily find it.



  • All repairs, disassembly, and modifications should be performed only by qualified technicians. Attempting to perform these yourself could result in a fire, malfunction, and injury.
  • Never put flammable or volatile substances into the unit as an explosion and fire could result.
  • Use a dedicated wall outlet. Do not use extension cords or convenience receptacles as this could result in electrical shock, overheating, and a fire.
  • Never splash water directly onto the product or wash with water as short- circuits and electrical leakage could result.
  • Do not damage, modify, excessively bend, strain, twist or bundle up the power cord. Also, placing heavy objects on the power cord or squeezing it in a tight place could damage it, possibly resulting in electrical shock or fire.
  • Never use flammable spray cans or leave flammable substances near the unit. Sparks from electrical switches could result in explosions and fire.



  • The cooler is intended for the storage and display of beverages for sale. Do not use for another purpose than intended as this could adversely affect items placed in the unit.
  • For indoor use only. Using the unit in a location exposed to rain could result in electrical leakage and electrical shock.
  • Install the unit in a location where the floor is sturdy enough to support the load of the unit. If the floor is not sturdy enough or installation is incorrectly performed, the unit could tip over and falling shelves and products could cause personal injury.
  • Leave disassembly and disposal of the unit to qualified experts.
  • Should the unit need temporary storage, make sure not to store the unit in a location where children play and take precautions so that the door cannot be Completely closed. This will minimize the risk that a child becomes trapped inside the compartment.
  • Never attempt to insert fingers, sticks, etc. Into the cold air suction outlet as a circulation fan is rotating at high speed inside the outlet. Injury, electrical shock and improper operation could result.
  • Never place heavy objects or items containing water on top of the unit. Objects could fall down and cause injury and spilled water could deteriorate the insulation of electrical components and result in electrical leakage.
  • If you find gas leakage, please don’t touch the unit. Gas leakage could cause explosion, fire, and fire injury.
  • Keep away from hot air sources Cooling performance is reduced if the unit is placed near heat sources such as hot plates and stoves and if it is exposed to direct sunlight.


  • Please make sure there is more than 10 cm space between UPRIGHT CO0LER and the wall. If there is no space, the cooling capacity can drop down.
  • Never hang from the door or climb onto the unit. The unit could tip over or fall and cause material damage or injury.
  • Grasp the handle when closing the door. Holding at other positions could result in pinched fingers and injury.
  • When disconnecting the power cord plug from the wall outlet, hold at the plug main body close to the outlet. Puling the cord could cause wire breakage, possibly resulting in overheating and fire.
  • Do not throw items onto the shelves and do not place items of more than 65 lbs on each shelf. The shelf could fall down, possibly causing injury.
  • If installation in a damp location is unavoidable, install an electrical leakage circuit breaker. If an electrical leakage circuit breaker is not installed, could result in electrical shock.
  • Disconnect the power cord plug from the wall outlet before moving the unit and make sure that the power cord is not damaged during transport. A damaged power cord could result in electrical shock and/or fire.
  • Do not push your hand against or apply excessive force to glass surfaces as the glass could break and cause injury.
  • Make sure that the unit does not tip over or fall when if is moved. A falling unit could cause serious injury.
  • Be sure to attach and secure shelves correctly. An improperly attached shelf could fall down and cause injury.


  • Model
    • DFZ-268SCDK
    • DFZ-688SCDK
  • Rated voltage 220-240V
  • Rated wattage
    • 460W
    • 204W
  • Frequency 50Hz



  • Remove the shipping package, tape, etc, and leave doors open and ventilate for a while.
  • The unit is cleaned before shipment. However, clean the compartment interior after delivery.
  • Please insert the power supply plug into the wall outlet.
  • Allow the unit to operate for about 1 hour to cool the compartment before placing items in the cooler.
  • Restarting the unit immediately after it has been turned off may cause fuses to blow and activate the circuit breaker, the compressor may be overloaded, and/or other damage may occur.


Control Panel
The control panel is located below the doors on the front of the appliance.

Turn On

  1. Turn the Power switch On.
    • Set the temperature to the desired setting (see below).
  2. Close the door of the appliance.
  3. Connect the appliance to a mains power supply.
    Note: The Cooling Light is illuminated when the appliance is chilling the interior cabinet.
  4. Turn the light switch On [I] or Off [O] as required.

Set the Operating Temperature

  1. Press the SET button. The display will flash.
  2. Press the or buttons to display the required temperature.
  3. Press the SET button to store the temperature.

Manual Defrost

The cooler features an automatic defrost. However, should the appliance require an additional defrost period press and hold the button for 6 seconds?

  • Automatic defrost cycles are every 6 hours and last 20 minutes (factory defaults).
  • To stop the Defrost press and hold the button for 6 seconds.

Note: If a manual defrost is started this resets the automatic defrost timer. During defrost periods the Defrost light is illuminated.


  • Defrosting is performed automatically and drain water is collected in the drain tray.
  • Water in the drain tray is evaporated automatically. In humidity, there is a large amount of water in the drain tray, so please throw it away and drain the water once a day.


  • To prevent cold air from escaping, open and close the door quickly and keep the door open for as short a time as possible.
  • Please install the unit in a place that is well-ventilated.


  • The shelf height can be adjusted.
  • Arrange the shelves in accordance with the dimensions of the items to be placed in the cooler.

This showcase employs a forced circulation of the cold air system. If the circulation of cold air is obstructed, the items will not be adequately refrigerated. Pay attention to the following points:

  • Do not let items obstruct ihe cold air inlet and suction outlet.
  • Place items so that they do not protrude from the shelves. The gap between the shelves and the door is used for the circulation of cold air.
  • Place items evenly on all shelves.
  • Please do not display goods on the bottom. Please put goods on the shelf. Commercial refrigeration display cooler.


    Keep opening and closing of the door to a minimum. Avoid placing new items in the cooler as this will raise the temperature inside the compartment.
    Remove dll items from the compartment and disconnect the power cord plug from the wall outlet. Clean the compartment interior and wipe away all water. To prevent mold formation and bad smell, leave the door open to dry the compartment completely.
    Disconnect the power cord plug from the wall outlet. When moving the cooler, make sure that the feet do not damage the power cord. Do not let the feet hit against floor steps, thresholds, etc.
    Affix a piece of wood, etc. Between the door and main unit to prevent complete closing of the door. Make sure not to store the unused cooler at a location where children play. Should a child enter the compartment and the door is closed, the child may not be able to open the door from the inside.


Please check the following items if you encounter problems with the unit. If the problem continues after taking the proper remedial actions, disconnect the power cord plug from the wall outlet. Transfer the items stored in the cooler to a box or another container. Then contact the dealer from whom you purchased this unit and be ready to provide information as listed in “REQUIRED INFORMATION” below.

To prevent any electrical shock hazards, do not disconnect the power cord plug from the wall outlet with wet hands.

No refrigeration at all

  • Is the power supply interrupted?
  • Is the power cord plug disconnected from the wall outlet?
  • Are the shop’s power fuses blown and/or the circuit breaker activated?

Inadequate refrigeration

  • Is the temperature setting appropriate?
  • Are items obstructing the cold air inlet and suction outlet?
  • Are stored items packed too tight?
  • Is the door open or is it opened and closed frequently?
  • Is the condenser clogged?

Excessive noise

  • Are all feet in firm contact with the floor?
  • Is the rear panel of the cooler contacting the wall or other objects?
  • Are other objects in contact with the cooler?

Condensation on the cooler exterior

  • Condensation may condense on the exterior and door during hot and humid days or depending on the place of installation. This occurs when the humidity is high and water particles in the air contact with cold surfaces. This is normal. wipe away the condensation with a dry cloth.

The display showcase sometimes stops running when the thermostat turns off.


To prevent any electrical shock hazards or injury by rotating the circulation fan, always disconnect the power cord plug from the wall outlet before cleaning.

Wipe with a soft, dry cloth. If very soiled, wipe with a cloth that has been moistened with a detergent . Then wipe with a cloth that has been dipped in water.

Do not splash water directly onto the cooler and do not wash with water. Short-circuit and electrical shock could result.

  • Clean the cooler regularly to keep it clean at all times.
  • Never use polishing powder, soap powder, benzine, oil, or hot water as these will damage the painting and plastic components.


To ensure safety, perform the following checks after cleaning.

  • Is the power cord plug firmly inserted into a dedicated wall outlet? Confirm that the plug is not abnormally hot. check. the power cord for crack.S and damage. Should the slightest irregularity be observed,
  • contact the dealer from whom you purchased this unit or our customer service.

This marking indicates that this product should not be disposed of with other household wastes throughout the nation. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, recycling It responsible to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources. To return your used device, please use the return and collection systems or contact the retailer where the product was purchased. They can take this product for environmentally safe recycling.

Distributed by:
Lot 886, Bay B2-B4, Jalan Subang 9,
Taman Perindustrian Subang,
Batu 14, Jalan Puchong-Hicom,
47100 Puchong, Selangor Darul Ehsan.

Documents / Resources

DAEMA DFZ-268SCDK, DFZ-688SCDK Display Showcase [pdf] User Manual
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