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Haier Freezer Instructions

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Models:

  • HF-220WAA
  • HF-220SAA
  • HF-220FAA
  • HF-228WAA
  • HF-228SAA
  • HF-228FAA
  • HF-220WSAA
  • HF-220SSAA
  • HF-220FSAA
  • HF-255WAA
  • HF-255SAA
  • HF-255FAA
  • HF-255WSAA
  • HF-255SSAA
  • HF-255FSAA
  • H2F-220WAA
  • H2F-220SAA
  • H2F-220FAA
  • H2F-220RAA
  • H2F-220BAA
  • H2F-220WSAA
  • H2F-220FSAA
  • H2F-220SSAA
  • H2F-320WSAA
  • H2F-320FSAA
  • H2F-320SSAA
  • H2F-255WSAA
  • H2F-255FSAA
  • H2F-255SSAA
  • H2F-355WSAA
  • H2F-355FSAA
  • H2F-228WAA
  • H2F-228SAA
  • H2F-228FAA
  • H2F-228RAA
  • H2F-228BAA
  • H2F-320WAA
  • H2F-320SAA
  • H2F-320FAA
  • H2F-320RAA
  • H2F-320BAA
  • H2F-255WAA
  • H2F-255FAA
  • H2F-255SAA
  • H2F-355WAA
  • H2F-355FAA
  • H2F-355SAA

Introduction

Thanks for purchasing a Haier Product
Please read these instructions carefully before using this appliance. The instructions contain important information which will help you get the best out of the appliance and ensure safe and proper installation, use and maintenance.
Keep this manual in a convenient place so you can always refer to it for the safe and proper use of the appliance.
If you sell the appliance, give it away, or leave it behind when you move house, make sure you also pass on this manual so that the new owner can become familiar with the appliance and safety warnings.

CAUTIONS:

  • This appliance use AC power supply.
  • Please connect the appliance to normal voltage. In case of voltage fluctuation, the appliance may fail to start up, the temperature controller or the compressor may be damaged or has abnormal noises. At this time, please add proper stabilizer. An earthed (grounded) socket MUST be used.
  • You must ensure that the power supply is connected to earth and is properly grounded. The power cable (power cord) and its plug must not altered or changed. The plug and socket should be easily accessible when the appliance is installed in its final position, so the power can be safely switched off during cleaning or other maintenance.
  • Ensure the plug is always pushed fully into the socket.
  • Do not damage the power cord.
  • Do not pull the power cord to disconnect the plug. Please hold the plug to detach it directly from the socket. The body of the appliance shall not press on the power cord and do NOT stamp on the power cord.
  • When the power cord is damaged:
    When the power cord is damaged or the plug is worn, do not use. The worn or damaged power cord must be replaced at the specified maintenance provider by the manufacturer or by the qualified personnel.
    If a longer power cord is needed, the cross-sectional area of the added power cord shall not be less than 0.75 mm2
  • Keep ventilation openings, in the appliance enclosure or in the built-in structure, clear of obstruction.
  • When flammable gas such as natural gas leaks:
  • Close the valve which leaks the gas. Open house door and window. DO NOT unplug/plug the power plug of the appliance or other electrical appliances.
  • Be careful of frostbite
  • Do not touch the inside surface of the freezer storage compartment when in operation, especially with wet hands as your hands may freeze onto the surface.
  • When the appliance falls into disuse:
  • Keep the appliance away from fire to avoid accidents. Remove the door of the appliance (open the door and hold it before removing the screws) to avoid children entering into the appliance and causing accident. Send the appliance to the designated place for disposal.
  • Open the door by the handle.
  • Do not store or use gasoline or other inflammable materials in the vicinity of the freezer to avoid a fire.
  • Never store inflammables, explosives or highly corrosive acids, alkalis and other chemicals in the freezer.
  • Never store bottled beer or beverages in the freezer, as these will burst during freezing.
  • Do not use mechanical devices or other means to accelerate the defrosting process, other than those recommended by the manufacturer.
  • Do not use electrical appliances inside the food storage compartments of the appliance, unless they are of the type recommended by the manufacturer.
  • This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and .above .and persons. with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they ti ave been given super-vision or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved.
  • Children shall not play with the appliance.
  • If the illuminating lamps is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent
  • Keep away from water
  • Do not use water to spray on or flush the refrigerator, and do not place the refrigerator at wet place or the place which is easy to be splashed with water to avoid the impact to the electric insulation performance of the appliance or even electric shock or fire.

This appliance is intended to be used in household and similar applications such as 

  • staff kitchen areas in shops, offices and other working environments;
  • farm houses and by clients in hotels, motels and other residential type environments;
  • bed and breakfast type environments;
  • catering and similar non-retail applications.

Energy Saving Tips
Install the appliance in a cool, dry room with adequate ventilation.
When installing the appliance, a space of at least 1 Ocm must be kept above and around the freezer to ensure adequate ventilation around the freezer.
Allow warm food to cool down before placing it in the appliance.
Do not keep the door of the appliance open for too long when putting food in or taking food out. The shorter time, for which the door is open, the less ice will form in the freezer.
Clean the rear of the freezer regularly. Dust increases energy consumption.
Do not set temperature colder than necessary.
Do not cover air vent openings.

Freezing and storage of fresh food
Food shall be stored with a space in between, which is good for refrigeration cycle.
Food shall be stored in different categories so that you can find it more easily.
Food shall be sealed before stored in the freezer to avoid water loss and smell taint.
It’s optional to pack food before putting it in the freezer. The outside of the packing must be dry to avoid bags sticking together. Packing materials should be odor-free, airtight, non poisonous and non-toxic.
We suggest to identify portion noting down information as follow:

  • Name of food
  • Weight of portion
  • Quantity (number of pieces)
  • Freezing date
  • Limit date of storage

See the diagram inside the freezer for common food storage time limit:

PIZZA BOX image 1

  1. stew, ice cream, sausages, bread
  2. Fish, shrimp, lamb, meat
  3. Vegetables, fruits, poultry, beef

Food should be fresh, mature and of good quality.
Fresh vegetables and fruits must be frozen, if possible, immediately after harvest to maintain the most nutrients, structure, texture, color and taste.
Hot food should be cooled down to room temperature prior to placing it in the freezer.
Only take the required amount of food from the freezer. Defrosted food cannot be re-frozen unless it is first cooked, otherwise it may be less edible.
Avoid placing fresh food directly in contact with deep frozen food. Deep frozen food could defrost and may not outlast the foreseen storage time.
To freeze very well, insert fast freezing function (see functions chapter) 2 hours before storing fresh food.
Do not load excessive quantities of fresh food in the freezer. It is better to refer to the freezing capacity of the freezer.
Usually 24 hours are enough to bring the freezing process to an end. After this time, function will be disabled automatically.
For freezing small quantity of food, it’s possible to stop the function manually after few hours to avoid useless energy consumption.

BEFORE USE

Description

This diagram may be slightly different from the layout of the freezer you have just purchased.

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(Adjustable feet at the front, with casters at the back.)

Installing the freezer

The freezer should be placed on a flat and solid surface. lf the appliance is placed on a pedestal, flat strong and fire-resistant materials must be used. Never use the foam packing material as a pedestal. If the freezer is unstable, you can adjust the feet by turning then clockwise or anticlockwise to lengthen or shorten the feet and stop the freezer rocking or wobbling. Do not place the freezer under the direct sunlight or in a place where it is exposedto heaters to ensure the performance of the Freezer. Install the appli­ance in a well ventilated place and a space of at least 1 Ocm must be kept above and around the freezer.image 3

Never place the freezer in a damp area or location where it may be splashed with water. Clean and dry any water splashes and stains with soft cloth in time to prevent rust.
Do not place the freezer where the temperature is too low (under S°C). Do not keep freezer outside or under the rain.

Preparation prior to use

Remove all package parts, the foam base and the adhesive tape fixing accessories.
Place the freezer in a proper location (please refer to Installing the freezer).
Clean the inside and outside of the freezer before use (please refer to Defrosting and Cleaning)
After the appliance has been leveled and cleaned, let it remain idle for at least 6h before switching it on so as to ensure its normal running.

FUNCTIONS

Controls panelimage 4
  • C Freezing temperature display icon
  • D Eco function icon
  • E Fast freezing icon
  • F Alarm indicator icon
  • G Child lock icon
  • A2 Temperature setting button
  • A3 Function selection button (eco / fast freezing/ alarm/child lock)
  • A4 OK button / Power button
Start-up

Please note: The high temperature alarm will not sound when the freezer is first switch on. It will only sound after 3 hours if the freezer has not cooled down below o·c.
Insert the plug in the socket to switch on the freezer, at this time the C grid is showing the actual temperature inside the freezer.
The alarm led F and acoustic signal will indicate that the temperature inside freezer is not sufficiently cold for storage of foodstuffs. Pressing the button A3 to choose the H Alarm” function then press the button A4, you can disable acoustic signal, but warning light will be on till freezer will reach the temperature of 0°C. When display show the temperature of 0°C, alarm condition will stop automatically and freezer will be ready for food storage.

Check the Controls Panel:
Touch any button on the display screen and check whether the temperature area and the selected icon can illuminate.
Set temperature:
To set temperature, push the button A2. During temperature setting two numbers on display show the point set in flashing mode. Additional pressing on this button modify the set-point in cycling and decreasing mode from -14°C to -26°C.
If no action is done on the OK button within 5 sec, the set point will be stored automatically.
After the temperature is set, the two numbers on display come back to the freezer temperature visualization.
Manufacturer setting of temperature is -18°C , we recommend that you use the default setting. it doesn’t need to be adjusted.
Power function: Press the button A4 for S sec to turn off the power of the freezer; do it again the power will be turned on.

Insertion into a row of kitchen units image 5

The freezer can be inserted into a row of kitchen units. To match the freezer to the height of
the row of the units, a suitable stack cabinet can be added. When inserting the freezer into a row of standard kitchen units (max. depth 580 mm), the appliance can be installed directly next to the kitchen unit. The freezer door projects relative to the front of the kitchen unit by 34mm at the side and by SS mm in the middle of the freezer. It can be opened and closed perfectly as a result.

Important for the ventilation:
At the back of the stack cabinet, there has to be a ventilation duct of at least SO mm depth throughout the width of the stack cabinet.
The ventilation space under the ceiling has to be at least 300cm2
The larger the ventilation space, the more energy-saving the freezer is in operation.
If the freezer is installed with the hinges next to a wall, the distance between freezer and wall has to be at least SS mm. This corresponds to the projection of the handle when the door is open.

Use information

LID OPENINGimage 6To open upper lids, lift them slightly and turn inside out.
Open the lid to put the food into the drawer.
Close the lid to avoid contact with the door.
The lid can be removed to increase storage space.
NOTE: Two layers in the upper are furnished with lids, but no food placement is allowed in the front part of the glass plate; or otherwise lids may fail to be closed, and if so, please check the food items, adjust their locations, and then
re-close the lids. Warning: check if the lids are closed before shutting the door, and be sure to shut the door after the lids are properly closed so that no squeezing on the lids may occur.

REMOVING DRAWERS
Pull the drawers out fully, then lift them up slightly in order to remove.
Drawers (except the bottom drawer) can be removed in order to obtain increased storage space. Slides available for some models.

SUPER STORE DRAWER
Pull super store drawer out fully. Lift and pull it out of telescopic guides.
NOTE: Some models of the large drawer are set with slide structure. Proper way of drawer removing: first, take the food away from it and push it to the end; then lift its rear part and pull it out. Don’t lift the drawer up until it is blocked, then it can be taken out easily; but if so failed , push it to the end and repeat the steps again.image 7ICE CUBES PRODUCTION
Some models are equipped with an ice system including ice cube trays with removal device and ice bin.

Remove ice trays
Clean and fill with waterRefit ice trays on its support.
Wait for a few hours for the ice to be ready, then turn the knobs to extract the ice cubes.
The ice cubes will fall directly into the ice container.image 8

Boxes on the door may contain a packed PIZZA with a thickness of less than 30mm or other thin packaged food.

MAINTENACE

Defrosting and deaning

DEFROSTING TI-IE FREEZER: The freezer defrosts automatically. No manual operation is needed.
CLEANING: The appliance should be cleaned regularly to prevent bad stored food odors.image 9

  • Unplug the power cord before cleaning the freezer.
  • Clean the refrigerator with a soft doth or sponge with warm water (can be added with mild detergent).
  • Dry water droplets on the refrigerator surface with a dry cloth.
  • Always keep the door gasket clean.
  • The refrige1ator is very heavy. When you are moving it for cleaning or repair, take care not to damage the floor. Keep the freezer upright during moving. Do not move the freezer by rocking it to avoid damage to the floor.
  • Do not spray or flush the freezer with water to avoid Impact on 113 electrical Installation property.
  • Do not clean with hard brush, wire brush, detergent powder, gasoline, amyl, acetone and similar organic: solutions, warm water or acid or alkaline solutions.
  • When cleaning the display screen and other electrical appliances, do use dry doth.

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Documents / Resources

Haier Freezer [pdf] Instructions
HF-220WAA, HF-220SAA Freezer, HF-220FAA Freezer, HF-228WAA Freezer, HF-228SAA Freezer, HF-228FAA Freezer, HF-220WSAA Freezer, HF-220SSAA Freezer, HF-220FSAA Freezer, HF-255WAA Freezer, HF-255SAA Freezer, HF-255FAA Freezer, HF-255WSAA Freezer, HF-255SSAA Freezer, HF-255FSAA Freezer, H2F-220WAA Freezer, H2F-220SAA Freezer, H2F-220FAA Freezer, H2F-220RAA Freezer, H2F-220BAA Freezer, H2F-220WSAA Freezer, H2F-220FSAA Freezer, H2F-220SSAA Freezer, H2F-320WSAA Freezer, H2F-320FSAA Freezer, H2F-320SSAA Freezer, H2F

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