RF-S 3.2 CU FT Refrigerator

Refrigerator 3.2 CU FT
Instruction Manual
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Congratulations on your new Euhomy product. To ensure proper operation, please read this Instruction Manual carefully before using this product. Keep this manual in a safe place for future reference.

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Life tips



Does our refrigerator have automatic defrosting function?

Our freezer need defrosting manually. Would you please unplug it , wait for it melts and wipe it with towel or tilt it a little to drain the water

The refrigerator cannot reach a temperature below 40°F.

The temperature of the refrigerator is related to many factors. For example: 1. There are many things stored 2. The high frequency of door opening will affect the temperature. We suggest that you reduce the frequency of opening the door and reduce the food in the refrigerator. Then please observe for 24 hours to see if the refrigerator temperature will change.

Can I extend the warranty?

We currently only provide a one-year warranty for our freezers and it can’t be extended.

What is the proper temperature?

The temperature of the freezer can reach below -0.04°F. And the temperature range of our fridge is from 32°F- 50°F. Please kindly note that the temperature will be a little higher when you measure the temperature with the door open.

What do the numbers 1-7 on
the temperature adjustment stand for

The refrigerator part has 7 levels of temperature adjustment. The numbers 1-7 are the highest temperature to the lowest temperature. In other words, if you think the temperature is too low and the food is frozen, you could try to adjust the temperature to 4 or below.


Safety precautions


Parts And Features


Installing Your Refrigerator


Installation Requirements


Installtion Instructions


Refrigerator Features And Use General Features


Defrosting Your Refrigerator


Food Storage Information


Proper Refrigerator Care and Cleaning






Safety precautions
If the refrigerator/freezer has been placed in a horizontal or tilted position for any period of time wait 24 hours before plugging the unit in.
Use this appliance only for its intended purpose as described in this use and care guide. This refrigerator/freezer must be properly installed in accordance with the installation instructions before it is used. See grounding instructions in the installation section. This refrigerator/freezer should not be recessed or built-in an enclosed cabinet. It is designed for freestanding installation only. Never unplug your refrigerator/freezer by pulling on the power cord. Always grasp the plug firmly and pull straight out from the outlet. DANGER – Risk of Fire or Explosion. Flammable refrigerant used. Do not use Mechanical devices to defrost refrigerator. Do not puncture refrigerant tubing. If your old refrigerator/freezer is not being used, we recommend that you remove the doors. This will reduce the possibility of danger to children. WARNING: After your refrigerator/freezer is in operation, do not touch the cold surfaces in the freezer compartment, particularly when hands are damp or wet. Skin may adhere to these extremely cold surfaces. Do not refreeze foods, which have been thawed completely. The United States Department of Agriculture in Home and Garden Bulletin No. 69 reads: “…You may safely refreeze frozen foods that have thawed if they still contain ice crystals or if they are still cold-below 40°F”. “…Thawed ground meats, poultry, or fish that have any off-odor or offcolor should not be refrozen and should not be eaten. Thawed ice cream should be discarded. If the odor or color of any food is poor or questionable, discard it. The food may be dangerous to eat.” “…Even partial thawing and re-freezing reduce the eating quality of foods, particularly fruits, vegetables, and prepared foods. The eating quality of red meats is affected less than that of many other foods. Use refrozen foods as soon as possible, to save as much of they’re eating quality as you can.” Do not use any electrical device or any sharp instrument in defrosting your refrigerator. Unplug your refrigerator/freezer before cleaning or before making any repairs. Note: If for any reason this product requires service, we strongly recommend that a certified technician perform service. Do not operate your refrigerator in the presence of explosive fumes.

Safety precautions

Dispose of property in accordance with Federal or Local Regulations. Flammable refrigerant

Risk of child entrapment. Before you throw away your old refrigerator or freezer, take off the doors. Leave the shelves in place so that children may not easily climb inside.

Thank you for purchasing our product. This easy-to-use manual will guide you in getting the best use of your appliance. Remember to record the model and serial number. They are on a label in back of the appliances.

Model number Serial number Date of purchase

Staple your receipt to your manual. You will need it to obtain warranty service.

Parts And Features

8 1
3 7






1.Interior Light 2.Temperature Control 3.Refrigerator Shelves 4.Crisper 5.Front Leveling Legs

6.Refrigerator Door Shelves 7.”Dispense-A-Can” Storage 8.Freezer Door Shelf 9.Ice Cube Tray 10.Ice Scraper

Installing Your Refrigerator
1.Remove all packaging material. This includes the foam base and all adhesive tape holding the refrigerator accessories inside and outside. 2.Inspect and remove any remains of packing, tape or printed materials before powering on the refrigerator.
Risk of Fire or Explosion due to puncture of refrigerant tubing. Flammable refrigerant used. Handle with care when moving refrigerator to avoid either damaging the refrigerant tubing or increasing the risk of a leak.
Your refrigerator has two leveling legs which are located in the front bottom corners of your refrigerator. After properly placing your refrigerator in its final position, you can level your refrigerator. Leveling legs can be adjusted by turning them counterclockwise to raise your refrigerator or by turning them clockwise to lower your refrigerator. The refrigerator door will close easier when the leveling legs are extended.
To ensure your refrigerator works at the maximum efficiency it was designed for, you should install it in a location where there is proper air circulation, plumbing and electrical connections. The following are recommended clearances around the refrigerator: Sides… 3/4″ (19mm) Top………………..2″ (50mm) Back………………2″ (50mm)
Make sure there is a suitable power outlet (120 volts, 15 amps outlet) with proper grounding to power the refrigerator. Avoid the use of three prong adapters or cutting off the third grounding prong in order to accommodate a two prong outlet. This is a dangerous practice since it provides no effective grounding for the refrigerator and may result in shock hazard.

Installing Your Refrigerator
Use of Extension Cords
Avoid the use of an extension cord because of potential safety hazards under certain conditions. If it is necessary to use an extension cord, use only a 3-wire extension cord that has a 3-blade grounding plug and a 3-slot outlet that will accept the plug. The marked rating of the extension cord must be equal to or greater than the electrical rating of the appliance. DO NOT USE EXTENSION CORD LONGER THAN 12 FT.
Installation Limitations
Do not install your refrigerator in any location not properly insulated or heated, e.g. garage, etc. Your refrigerator was not designed to operate in temperature settings below 55° Fahrenheit. Select a suitable location for the refrigerator on a hard even surface away from direct sunlight or heat source, e.g. radiators, baseboard heaters, cooking appliances, etc. Any floor unevenness should be corrected with the leveling legs located on the front bottom corners of the refrigerator.

Installation Requirements
Follow all s teps when reversing the door swing. Failure to follow these instruction s, leaving off pa rts, or overtightening sc rews, can lead to the door falling off and result in injury and p roperty damage.

Hinge and Cover
Center Hinge

Plug Buttons

Plug Buttons

Cent er Hinge

Hinge and Cover

Bottom Hinge

Hinge Pin

Hinge Pin

Bottom Hinge

1.Ensure the unit is unplugged before starting door reversal. 2.Remove the 2 plug buttons on the left side on top of the cabinet. 3.Remove the plastic hinge cover by prying from the back and pulling forward. 4.Remove the 2 screws from the top hinge. 5.Lift the freezer door up and off the center hinge (right side).Set the freezer door on a nonscratching surface with the outside up. 6.Open the fresh food door and remove the center hinge by removing the 2 screws. Lift the hinge to remove. 7.Lift the fresh food door off of the bottom hinge. Set the fresh food door on a non-scratching surface with the outside up. 8.Lay the refrigerator on its back to access the bottom hinge. 9.Remove the bottom hinge by removing the 3 screws. Lift the hinge to remove. 10.Remove the hinge pin on the bottom hinge and reinstall on the opposite side of the hinge.

Installtion Instructions
11.Remove the 2 screws from the left side and relocate to the right side,.replace the plastic locker on the fresh door and freezer door bottom in the spare bag. 12.Remove the two plug buttons on the left side at the center and install them on the right. 13.Turn and relocate the center hinge to the left side and reinsert screws. Do not tighten screws yet. 14.Align the fresh food door on the left center hinge. With the magnetic gasket holding the door in place, make sure the door is aligned with the refrigerator, and secure the bottom hinge on the left with 3 screws. 15.Ensure fresh food door is properly sealed and leveled before tightening the center hinge screws and the bottom hinge screws. 16.Raise the refrigerator to the upright position. 17.Place the freezer door on the center hinge over the pin. Ensure the door is aligned horizontally and vertically, and that the gasket seals on all sides. 18.Turn and relocate the top hinge on the left side with screws. 19.Replace the hinge cover on top of the hinge by sliding it from front to back. 20.Put the 2 plug buttons on the right side on top of the cabinet. 21.Open and close both the freezer and fresh food doors several times to confirm each door is positioned correctly and the gasket is sealed well. If this is not the case, please adjust the door again. 22.Wait at least 30 minutes before plugging in the refrigerator to allow the refrigerant to settle down. Then plug in the unit.
Door Alignment Freezer Door: (see fig. #1)
1.Remove the top hinge cover. 2.Loosen the top hinge screws using a phillips head screwdriver. 3.Adjust the door or put a spacer in between and then tighten the screws. 4.Replace the top hinge cover.
fig. # 1

Refrigerator Features And Use General Features

Your refrigerator will automatically maintain the temperature level you select. The temperature control dial has 7 settings plus 0. 1 is the warmest. 7 is the coldest. Turning the dial to 0 Stops cooling in both the refrigeration and freezer sections. At first, set the dial to 4 and allow 24 hours to pass before adjusting the temperature to your needs.

If the refrigerator/freezer has been placed in a horizontal or tilted position for any period of time wait 24 hours before plugging the unit in.

Refrigerator Interior Shelves To remove or replace a full-width slide-out shelf: (see fig. # 2)

1.Gently tilt the shelf up and slide forward until the shelf has been completely removed. 2.To replace the shelf, gently slide the shelf back.


fig. # 2

Your refrigerator is equipped with the convenient “Dispense- A-Can” compartment. Each compartment will hold up to six cans. Simply load the cans from the top. To dispense a can, simply draw one out from the bottom. It is that easy.

Your refrigerator has a clear crisper. Grasp the top of the crisper and gently slide our. Push back to replace.

“Dispenseup to six
dispense a can,

fig. # 3

Defrosting Your Refrigerator
For maximum energy efficiency, defrost freezer section whenever frost accumulates to a thickness of 1/4” or more on freezer walls. Note that frost tends to accumulate more during the summer months.
Risk of Fire or Explosion due to puncture refrigerant tubing. Flammable refrigerant used. Do not use metal instruments to defrost refrigerator. Do not puncture refrigerant tubing.
To defrost freezer, remove food and ice cube tray from the freezer section. Turn temperature control dial to “0” position. Defrosting may take a few hours. To speed up defrost time, keep the door open and place a bowl of warm water in the freezer. During the defrost, water will accumulate. Use a towel to wipe off excess dripping water. Do not leave unattended. After defrosting, empty and wipe down the interior of the freezer. You may now reset your refrigerator to the desired temperature and return food. Your freezer has been equipped with an ice scraper for your convenience.
Risk of Fire or Explosion. Flammable refrigerant used. Do not puncture of refrigerant tubing. To be repaired only by trained authorized service personnel. Consult Repair Manual before attempting to service this product. All Safety Precautions Must be followed. Component parts shall be replaced with like components to minimize the risk of possible ignition due to incorrect parts or improper service.

Food Storage Information


When storing fresh food that is not prepackaged, be sure to wrap or store food in airtight and

moisture proof material unless otherwise noted. This will ensure proper shelf life and prevent the

transfer of odors and tastes.

Wipe containers before storing to avoid needless spills.

Eggs should be stored in an upright position in their original carton to

maximize shelf life.

Fruit should be washed and dried, then stored in sealed plastic bags before

storing in the refrigerator.

Vegetables with skins should be stored in plastic bags or containers.

Leafy vegetables should be washed and drained and then stored in plastic

bags or containers.

Hot food should be allowed to cool before storing in the refrigeration. This will

prevent unnecessary energy use.

Fresh seafood should be used the same day as purchased.

When storing meats in the fresh food section, keep in the original packaging or rewrap as necessary.

Follow the suggestions below for safe storage:

Chicken 1-2 Days

Ground Beef 1-2 Days

Cold Cuts

3-5 Days

Steaks/Roasts 3-5 Days

Smoked/Cured Meats 7-10 Days

Food Storage Information


Wipe containers before storing to avoid needless spills.

Hot food should be allowed to cool before storing in the freezer. This will prevent unnecessary energy


When storing meats, keep in the original

packaging or rewrap as necessary.

Proper freezer storage requires correct packaging. All foods must be in pack- ages, which do not

allow the flow of air or moisture in, or out. Improper stor- age will result in odor and taste transfer and

will result in the drying out of the improperly packaged food.

Follow package or container instructions for proper storage.

Packaging Recommendations:

Plastic containers with air tight lids

Heavy duty aluminum foil

Plastic wrap made from saran film

Self-sealing plastic bags

Do not refreeze defrosted/thawed foods.

It is recommended that the freezing date be marked on the packaging.

These are some suggestions for safe storage:

TV Dinners 3 – 4 Months

Fresh Shrimp, scallops, crawfish 3 – 6 Months

Hamburger & stew meats

3 – 4 Months

Ground Turkey, veal, pork

3 – 4 Months

Chops 4 – 6 Months

Steaks 6 – 12 Months

Chicken or turkey, whole 1 year

Proper Refrigerator Care and Cleaning
To avoid electric shock, always unplug your refrigerator before cleaning. Ignoring this warning may result in death or injury.
Before using cleaning products, always read and follow manufacturer’s instructions and warnings to avoid personal injury or product damage.
Prepare a cleaning solution of 3-4 tablespoons of baking soda mixed with warm water. Use sponge or soft cloth, dampened with the cleaning solution, to wipe down your refrigerator. Rinse with clean warm water and dry with a soft cloth. Do not use harsh chemicals, abrasives, ammonia, chlorine bleach, concentrated detergents, solvents or metal scouring pads. Some of these chemicals may dissolve, damage and/or discolor your refrigerator.
Clean door gaskets every three months according to general instructions. Gaskets must be kept clean and pliable to assure a proper seal Petroleum jelly applied lightly on the hinge side of gaskets will keep the gasket pliable and ensure a good seal.
1.Switch off power to refrigerator. 2.Gently pull out the clear cover 3.Replace with same type light bulb rated at 10 watts. 4 . Push the clear cover back into place.
Occasionally there may be power interruptions due to thunderstorms or other causes. Remove the power cord from AC outlet when a power outage occurs. When power has been restored, replug power cord to AC outlet. If outage is for a prolonged period, inspect and discard spoiled or thawed food in freezer and refrigerator. Clean refrigerator before reusing.
For long vacations or absences, empty food from refrigerator and freezer, move the temperature DIAL to the OFF position and clean the refrigerator and door gaskets according to “General cleaning” section. Prop doors open, so air can circulate inside.When moving always move the refrigerator vertically. Do not move with the unit lying down. Possible damage to the sealed system could occur.


You may try to solve the following simple problems by yourself. If them cannot be solved, please contact the after-sales department.

Refrigerator does not operate:

·Check if thermostat control is not in the “0” position. ·Check if refrigerator is plugged in. ·Check if there is power at the AC outlet, by checking the circuit breaker.

Food temperature appears too warm:
Food temperature is too cold:
Refrigerator runs too frequently:

·Frequent door openings. ·Allow time for recently added warm food to reach fresh food temperature. ·Check gaskets for proper seal. ·Adjust temperature control to colder setting.vv
·If temperature control setting is too cold, adjust to a warmer setting and allow several hours for temperature to adjust.
·This may be normal to maintain constant temperature during high temperature and humid days. ·Doors may have been opened frequently or for an extended period of time. ·Check gasket for proper seal.

Moisture build up on interior or exterior of the

·This is normal during high humidity periods. ·Prolonged or frequent door openings. ·Check door gaskets for proper seal.

Refrigerator has an odor:

·Interior needs cleaning. ·Foods improperly wrapped or sealed are giving off odors.

Refrigerator door does not shut properly:

·Level the refrigerator. ·Re-align refrigerator door. ·Check for blockages, e.g. food containers, crisper cover,shelves, bins,

Popping or cracking sound when the compressor comes on:

·Check to ensure the refrigerator is level. ·The floor may be uneven or weak. The refrigerator rocks on the floor when it is moved slightly. Be sure the floor can adequately support the refrigerator. Level the refrigerator by putting wood or metal shims under part of the refrigerator. ·The refrigerator is touching the wall. re-level the refrigerator and move it from the wall. See the “Installing Your Refrigerator” section.

Refrigerator light does not work:

·Check power supply. ·Tighen bulb in socket. ·Replace burned out bulb.

Euhomy offers a limited 1-year warranty (” warranty period” ) on all of our products purchased new and unused from Euhomy company, with an original proof of purchase and where a defect has arisen, wholly or substantially, as a result of faulty manufacture, parts or workmanship during the warranty period. The warranty does not apply where damage is caused by other factors, including without limitation: (a)normal wear and tear; (b)abuse, mishandling, accident, or failure to follow operating instructions; (c)exposure to liquid or infiltration of foreign particles; (d)servicing or modifications of the product other than by Euhomy; (e)commercial or non-household use. The Euhomy warranty covers all costs related to restoring the proven defective product through repair or replacement of any defective part and necessary labor so that it conforms to its original specifications. A replacement product may be provided instead of repairing a defective product. Euhomy’ s exclusive obligation under this warranty is limited to such repair or replacement. A receipt indicating the purchase date is requied for any claim, so please keep all receipts in a safe place. Although greatly appreciated, the product registration is not required to activate any warranty and product registration does not eliminate the need for the original proof of purchase.The warranty becomes void if attmpts at repair are made by non-authorized third parties and/or if spare parts, other than those provided by Euhomy, are used. You may also arrange for service after the warranty expires at an additional cost. These are our general terms for warranty service, but we always urge our customers to reach out to us with any issue, regardless of warranty terms. If you have an issue with a Euhomy product, please contact us (euhomy@hotmail.com), and we will do our best to resolve it for you.

Thank you for selecting our quality appliance. Please be sure to read this user manual carefully before using. Any question, please contact the professional service for help.

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