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BODEGA BCD35 AW Car Refrigerator

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NA OLELO HOOPAU

Aʻo

  • Mai hana i ka mīkini pono inā ʻike ʻia ka pohō.
  • Do not block the gaps of the fridge with things like pins, wire, etc.
  • Do not expose the appliance to rain or soak it in water.
  • Do not place the appliance near naked flames or other heat sources (heaters, direct sunlight, gas ovens, etc.)
  • Mai mālama i nā mea pahū e like me nā kini pāpaʻi me kahi mea hoʻopā ahi.
  • Ensure the supply cord is dry and not trapped or damaged. Do not locate multiple portable socket outlets or portable power supplies at the rear of the appliance.
  • E hōʻoia i ka voltage specification on the type plate corresponds to that of the energy supply. The appliance is only to be used with the power supply unit provided with the appliance.
  • Mai hoʻohana i nā mīkini uila i loko o nā keʻena mālama waiho o ka mīkini, ke ʻole lākou nā ʻano i koi ʻia e ka mea hana.
  • Once unpacked and before turning on, the appliance must be placed on a level surface for more than 6 hours.
  • Make sure that the appliance stays horizontally when it is running. The tilt angle must be less than 5° for a long time running and less than 45° for short time running.
  • Keep the ventilation openings in the unit casing or in the built-in structure free of obstacles.
  • Keep the appliance stable on the ground or in the car; Do not drain upside down.
  • ʻO nā hoʻololi a hoʻololi paha i kēia anakahi i ʻae ʻole ʻia e ka ʻaoʻao nona ke kuleana e hiki ke hōʻole i ka mana o ka mea hoʻohana e hoʻohana i nā pono.

e haʻalele aku

  • Repairs may only be carried out by qualified personnel. Incorrect repair may cause danger. The lamp and supply cord must be replaced by the manufacturer or qualified persons.
  • Pono e mālama ʻia ka hoʻokomo ʻana o ka mana DC i ka moku e nā mea uila.
  • ʻAʻole pāʻani nā keiki me ka mīkini. ʻAʻole e hana ʻia ka hoʻomaʻemaʻe a me ka mālama ʻana o nā mea hoʻohana e nā keiki me ka nānā ʻole ʻia.
  • The appliance can be used by children aged 8 years and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they’ve been given supervision or instruction concerning the use of the device in a safe way and understand the hazards.

HOʻOMAOPOPO

  • Disconnect the power supply before each cleaning and maintenance and after every
  • Do not use sharp tools to defrost; Do not damage the refrigerant
  • Risk of child entrapment. Before you throw away your old refrigerator or freezer: take off the doors: and leave the shelves in place so that children may not easily climb inside.
  • Check if the cooling capacity of the appliance is suitable for storing the food or Food may only be stored in its original packaging or in suitable containers.
  • If the appliance is left empty for long periods, switch off, defrost, clean, dry, and leave the door open to prevent mould from developing within the appliance.
  • Hoʻohana ʻia ka mea hana i ka home a me nā noi like e like me:
    • Nā wahi kīhini limahana ma nā hale kūʻai, nā keʻena, a me nā wahi hana ʻē aʻe;
    • Camping, Farmhouses, and by clients in hotels, motels, and other residential environments;
    • ʻO nā wahi moe a me ka ʻaina kakahiaka;
    • Catering and similar non-retail applications. Js:: Please according to local regulations regarding disposal of the appliance for its flammable
    • refrigerant and blowing gas.
  • Ua hoʻāʻo ʻia kēia pono a ʻike ʻia e kūlike me nā palena no kahi hāmeʻa uila Class B, e like me ka ʻāpana 15 o nā Kānāwai FCC. Hoʻonohonoho ʻia kēia mau palena e hāʻawi i ka pale kūpono e kūʻē i ka hoʻoweliweli ʻino i kahi hoʻonohonoho hale. Hoʻokumu, hoʻohana, a hiki i kēia pono hana ke hoʻomālamalama i ka ikehu alapine frequency a, inā ʻaʻole i hoʻokau ʻia a hoʻohana ʻia e like me nā ʻōlelo aʻoaʻo, hiki iā ia ke hoʻopilikia i nā kamaʻilio lekiō. Eia nō naʻe, ʻaʻohe mea e hōʻoia i ka hiki ʻole ʻana o ka hoʻopilikia i kahi hoʻonoho kikoʻī. Inā hana kēia mea pono i ka hoʻoweliweli ʻino i ka lekiō a me ke kīwī hoʻokipa, i hiki ke hoʻoholo ʻia ma ka hoʻohuli ʻana i nā lakohana a laila, paipai ʻia ka mea hoʻohana e hoʻāʻo e hoʻopololei i ke ākea e kekahi a ʻoi paha o nā ana aʻe
    • Reorient a i ʻole neʻe hou i ka antenna loaʻa.
    • E hoʻonui i ka hoʻokaʻawale ma waena o nā lakohana a me ka mea loaʻa.
    •  E hoʻohui i nā pono i loko o kahi mākeke ma ke kaapuni ʻokoʻa mai kahi e hoʻopili ai ka mea loaʻa.
    • E kūkākūkā i ka mea kūʻai aku a i ʻole he loea lekiō / TV loea no ka kōkua.
  • To maintain compliance with FCC’s RF exposure guidelines, the distance must be at least 20cm between the radiator and your body and fully supported by the operating and installation configurations of the transmitter and its antenna(s).

FCC OLELO HOOLAHA
Hoʻopili kēia hāmeʻa me ka ʻĀpana 15 o nā Kānāwai FCC. Kūpono ka hana i nā kūlana ʻelua aʻe:

  1. ʻAʻole hiki i kēia hāmeʻa ke hoʻopilikia i nā mea hoʻopilikia, a
  2. pono i kēia hāmeʻa e ʻae i nā pilikia i loaʻa, me ke keʻakeʻa ʻana i hiki ai ke hana i makemake ʻole ʻia.

Nā Huahana Huakaʻi

  • High-efficiency compressor and conversion module.
  • CFC-free and great heat insulation.
  • Lowest cooling to -20°C /-4°F (based on 25°C/77°F room temperature).
  • Intelligent battery protection system prevents your vehicle from running out of battery.
  • Touch screen control panel for temperature setting.
  • Dual fridge and freezer zone.
  • Optional car/home use.
  • Detailed design: interior light, shelf, handle.

HANA HANA

BODEGA-BCD35-AW-Car-Refrigerator-FIG-1

  1. lawelawe
  2. freezer Compartment
  3. ridge Compartment
  4. pale
  5. Machine compartment

HANA ME KA HANA

BODEGA-BCD35-AW-Car-Refrigerator-FIG-2

  • Lako ikehu: connected to DC 12/24V or AC100~240V(using the adapter).
  • Mana On / Off: kaomi aku i BODEGA-BCD35-AW-Car-Refrigerator-FIG-3switch ON, long press BODEGA-BCD35-AW-Car-Refrigerator-FIG-3 no ʻekolu kekona e hoʻopau.
  • Mahana kau: under running, press BODEGA-BCD35-AW-Car-Refrigerator-FIG-4to switch the refrigerator or freezer temperature setting. Press+or -to adjust the temperature. The setting will be saved automatically after stopping operating for 4 seconds
    ('Ōlelo Aʻo: the temperature displayed is the current temperature of the compartment, it’ II takes a while to reach the set temperature.)
    Mahana hoʻonohonoho hoʻonohonoho: Fridge(rE) :0-8°C/32°F-46.4°F; Freezer(Fr) :-12~-20°C/10.4~-4°F.
  • Battery Protection Mode (for car use type): under running, long press BODEGA-BCD35-AW-Car-Refrigerator-FIG-4 for three seconds until the display screen flashes, then select three battery protection modes H(High), M(Medium), and L(Low) by clicking BODEGA-BCD35-AW-Car-Refrigerator-FIG-4 again. The factory setting is High battery protection mode the voltage is a theoretical value, and there may be a deviation in different sceneries.BODEGA-BCD35-AW-Car-Refrigerator-FIG-6
  • H should be set when the product is connected to car power, and M or L should be set when it is connected to a portable battery or other backup battery.
  • Mahana Hoʻonohonoho: Switch off the fridge then long press BODEGA-BCD35-AW-Car-Refrigerator-FIG-4 until displays El, keep pressing BODEGA-BCD35-AW-Car-Refrigerator-FIG-4 until displays ES, then press BODEGA-BCD35-AW-Car-Refrigerator-FIG-5 to select Celsius or Fahrenheit.
  • Hoʻihoʻi: switch off the fridge, press until El displays, then press button+ and- at the same time to reset.

ʻO ka mahana kūpono no ka meaʻai maʻamau:BODEGA-BCD35-AW-Car-Refrigerator-FIG-8

KEKAHI MAKAU ANAKUI

ʻO ka hoʻomaʻemaʻe:

  • Unplug the fridge first to avoid electric shock.
  • Do not soak the fridge in water and do not wash it directly.
  • Do not use abrasive cleaning agents during cleaning as these can damage the fridge.
  • Use a wet cloth to clean the fridge and dry it.

pūnaewele
If the device will not be in use for a long time, please follow the instruction:

  • E hoʻopau i ka mana a wehe i ke plug.
  • Wehe i nā mea i mālama ʻia i loko o ka friji.
  • Wipe off excess water from the fridge with a rag.
  • Put the fridge in a cool and dry place.

Hoʻopio:
Hiki i ka haʻahaʻa ke hana i ka hau i loko o ka mea hoʻoluʻu a i ʻole ma ka evaporator. Hoemi keia i ka mana hooluolu. E hoʻopau i ka mīkini i ka manawa kūpono e pale aku i kēia.

  • E kuapo i ka hāmeʻa
  • Take out all the contents of the device.
  • E wehe i ka puka.
  • E holoi i ka wai i hoʻopau ʻia.

Never use hard or pointed tools to remove ice or to loosen objects which A have frozen in place.

SMART CONTROL- FRIDGE APP INSTRUCTIONS

  • ʻAkahi Haʻawina: Turn on the Bluetooth on your smart device; start the APP and click “Search” to find nearby fridges.
  • Papa Hanaʻelua: Click the fridge icon for Bluetooth pairing (the APP will prompt you to pair the fridge by pressing the set button O on the fridge’s control panel when connecting the fridge for the first time). After pairing, the APP will switch to the main interface allowing you to control the fridge.

MENU

BODEGA-BCD35-AW-Car-Refrigerator-FIG-9

  1. Mahana o kēia manawa
  2. Voltage
  3. ʻO ka wela pahuhopu
  4. Switch Left/Right compartment
  5. hoonoho iho
  6. ON / PAKE
  7. ʻO ke kaohi o ka pale
  8. ECO(Energy-saving) / MAX(Fast-cooling)
  9. Laka / Wehe i
  10. Celsius/ Fahrenheit
  11. Unpairing the device and return to search
  12. Battery protection mode: High/Medium/Low

'Ōlelo Aʻo:
Kaomi i ka ikona laka BODEGA-BCD35-AW-Car-Refrigerator-FIG-10 on the APP to lock/unlock the control panel on the fridge, if locked, the fridge can only be controlled by the APP.

Downloading the “CAR FRIDGE FREEZER” Application

BODEGA-BCD35-AW-Car-Refrigerator-FIG-11

Scan the QR code on the left or search for the “CAR FRIDGE FREEZER” APP in the APP Store (for Apple devices) or Google Store (for Android devices).

KEKAHIKI

aʻe o Cause/Suggestions
 

 

ʻAʻole holo pono ka pahu hau

• Check if the switch is on.

• Check if the plug and socket are connected well.

• Check if the fuse has been burnt.

• Check if the power supply has malfunctioned.

• Switch on/off the fridge frequently may cause start delay of the compressor.

Nā pā ʻūlili mehana loa • The door is opened frequently.

• A large amount of warm or hot food was stored recently.

• The refrigerator has been disconnected for a long time.

Paʻa ka meaʻai • The temperature was set too low.
There is “water flow” noise from inside the refrigerator  

• It’s a normal phenomenon, caused by the flow of refrigerant.

Aia nā kulu wai a puni ka pahu hau

pahu a puka puka

• It’s a normal phenomenon, the moisture will condense to water when it touches a cold surface of the refrigerator.
Ua kani iki ka compressor i ka wā e hoʻomaka ai • It’s a normal phenomenon, the noise will be reduced after the compressor works stably.
 

Hōʻike ʻia ke code Fl

•  Possible cause: low voltage i ka pahu hau.

Adjust the battery protection from High to Medium or from Medium to Low.

 

Hōʻike ʻia ke code F2

• Possible cause: condenser fan is overloaded. Disconnect power to fridge for 5 minutes & re-start.

If the code shows again, contact manufacturer for service.

 

Hōʻike ʻia ke code F3

• Possible cause: the compressor starts too frequently. Disconnect power to fridge for 5 minutes & re-start.

If the code shows again, contact manufacturer for service.

 

Hōʻike ʻia ke code F4

• Possible cause: compressor not kicking in. Disconnect power to fridge for 5 minutes & re-start.

If the code shows again, contact manufacturer for service.

 

Hōʻike ʻia ke code FS

• Possible cause: overheating of the compressor & electronics. Disconnect power to fridge for 5 minutes & re-start.

If the code shows again, contact manufacturer for service.

 

Hōʻike ʻia ke code F6

• Possible cause: no parameter can be detected by the controller. Disconnect power to fridge for 5 minutes & re-start.

If the code shows again, contact manufacturer for service.

 

Hōʻike ʻia ke code F7 a i ʻole FS

• Possible cause: temperature sensor is faulty. Contact manufacturer for service.

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