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REFRIGERATOR - FREEZER
OPERATION MANUAL
CONTENTS
• WARNING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
• CAUTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
• INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
• DESCRIPTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
• OPERATION (USING THE CONTROL PANEL) . . . . . . .6
• STORING FOOD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
• CARE AND CLEANING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
• WHAT TO DO BEFORE YOU CALL FOR
SERVICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
• SPECIFICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
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SJ-F60PS
SJ-F60PC
SJ-F65PS
SJ-F65PC
Thank you very much for buying this SHARP product.
Before using
your SHARP refrigerator, please read this operation manual to
ensure that you gain the maximum benefit from it.
• Plasmacluster is a trademark of SHARP Corporation.
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WARNING
1.This refrigerator is airtight. TO PREVENT FATAL
ACCIDENTS TO CHILDREN, please completely
remove the door prior to discarding the refrigerator.
2.Highly volatile and flammable materials such as
ether, petrol, propane gas, adhesive agents and pure
alcohol etc. are liable to explode. Do not store these
materials in the refrigerator.
3.To prevent damage to the outer cabinet, avoid
contact with lacquer, and paint, etc.
4.When cleaning your refrigerator, do not splash water
directly on the outer cabinet or the interior. This may
lead to rusting and deterioration of the electrical
insulation.
5.When cleaning any areas adjacent to electrical
components, unplug the refrigerator first to prevent
electric shock.
6.Should electrical components be accidentally
immersed in water, unplug the refrigerator and
contact your nearest service agent approved by
SHARP.
7.When disconnecting the power plug, do not touch the
pin of plug. This may cause electric shock.
8.This refrigerator is designed solely for the purpose of
storing foodstuff for domestic use in accordance with
the instructions given in this manual. Using the
refrigerator for other purposes might be harmful to
persons or property.
9.This refrigerator is not suitable for the storage of
materials requiring precise temperatures.
Deterioration of these materials will be dangerous.
10.Dust deposited on the power plug may cause fire.
Wipe it off carefully.
11.Do not place objects containing liquid on top of the
refrigerator. Spillage may cause electric shock or fire.
12.Do not attempt to change or modify this refrigerator.
This may result in fire, electric shock or injury.
13.Information regarding disposal of the appliance
Flammable insulation blowing gases should be
disposed appropriately. Take the cabinet and doors
to a recycling plant for flammable insulation blowing
gases.
CAUTION
1.Attention about Power supply:
(1) If the power supply is accidentally disconnected,
please wait for at least 5 minutes before
re-connecting the power, as back pressure in the
compressor may trip the overload relay.
(2) To prevent accidental power disconnection, plug
the refrigerator directly to the source. Do not use
a double adaptor as loss of power could lead to
the spoiling of the stored food.
(3) When installing or moving the refrigerator, make
sure that you do not nip or kink the power cord.
Damage of the power cord may cause electric
shock or fire.
(4) Do not use this refrigerator when the power cord
or plug is damaged, or the outlet attachment is
loose, as they may cause electric shock or fire.
(5) Disconnect from the mains electricity supply by
removing the mains plug from the electricity
supply socket. Do not remove by pulling the mains
lead. This may cause electric shock or fire.
(6) Should the flexible supply cord be damaged, it
must be replaced by a service agent approved by
SHARP as a special cord is required.
2.Do not touch foods or metal containers in the freezer
compartment with your wet hands. This may cause
frostbite.
3.Do not place bottles in the freezer as they may crack
when frozen.
4.Keep the door securely closed. If the door is left ajar,
the controlled inner temperature will rise, resulting in
food spoilage and increase in electricity costs.
5.Do not install the refrigerator in a damp or wet
location as this may cause damage to the insulation.
Condensation may also build on the outer cabinet
and cause rust.
6.Make sure that you leave adequate ventilation space
around the refrigerator to prevent the compressor
from overheating and stopping. Please follow the
instructions given for installation.
7.The refrigeration system behind and inside the
refrigerator contains refrigerant. If this system is
punctured it could result in serious damage to your
refrigerator, therefore do not allow any sharp objects
to come into contact with the refrigeration system.
8.In case of gas leak, ventilate the area by opening a
window, etc. Do not touch the refrigerator or the
power outlet.
9.Do not place heavy or easily broken objects on top of
the refrigerator. Objects may fall when opening or
closing the refrigerator, causing injury.
10.Do not drop objects inside the refrigerator or strike
the inner wall. This may cause the inner surface to
crack.
11.This refrigerator is not intended for use by young
children or infirm persons without supervision.
Young children should be supervised to ensure that
they do not play with the refrigerator.
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INSTALLATION
1. To ensure adequate ventilation for your refrigerator, it is
recommended to provide space of 6cm on both sides and
at the back, and space of 9cm above the refrigerator.
Insufficient spacing will decrease cooling efficiency,
increase energy consumption and may reduce the life of
the unit and void any warranty.
2. Using the two front adjustable feet, ensure that the
refrigerator is positioned firmly and level on the floor.
3. Using the adjustable feet, raise the front of the unit so it
leans back slightly, this will assist in door closing. Make
final adjustments to ensure that the doors are correctly
aligned.
4. Remove the 4 screws from the bottom of the refrigerator
and use these to fit the foot cover (supplied inside the
refrigerator compartment).
5. Connect the power plug to a 230/240 volt. 10 amp. power
point.
NOTE:
Position your refrigerator so that the plug is accessible.
Keep your refrigerator out of direct sunlight.
Do not place next to heat generating appliance.
This refrigerator is designed for indoor use only, do not
place the unit on an unsealed surface.
To avoid vibration and misalignment of the doors, the unit
must be level. Place the unit on a solid flat surface.
Uneven floors eg. slate, tiles and floorboards, can cause
the unit to sag over time causing the doors to become
misaligned.
If the mains power is switched on when the door is open,
the door alarm will sound. Close the door to stop the
alarm.
When transporting
Using the casters, it is possible to move back and forth.
• Carry the refrigerator by holding the handles located on
the rear and bottom.
Before using your refrigerator
Clean the inside parts with a cloth soaked in warm water.
If soapy water is used, wipe it off thoroughly.
Adjustable foot
Lower the foot
at right side.
Lower the foot
at left side.
(Until the adjustable foot on the
other side is slightly off-ground.)
When the left door is raised. When the right door is raised.
Foot cover
Screw
Screw
(4 Screws)
Casters
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SJ-F60PS
6. Express ice box
17. Bottle rack 1 0 1 0
1122
1212
1010
15. Utility pocket
21. Ice cube maker
SJ-F60PC SJ-F65PS SJ-F65PC
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DESCRIPTION
1. Door pocket
2. Adjustable glass shelf
3. Fixed glass shelf
4. Bottle pocket (left)
5. Vegetable crisper
6. Express ice box
The bottom of the tray contains refrigerant material
used in ice packs to speed up the ice making process.
The tray can also be used to freeze small food items
such as meat and fruits by removing the ice making
partition
.
7. Freezer case (small)
8. Freezer case (large)
9. Casters
10. Adjustable feet
11. Foot cover
12. Aluminium panel
The panel is cooled from the rear, thus indirectly cooling
the refrigerator compartment. In this way, food is
refrigerated gently, without exposing it to cold air flow.
13. Refrigerator light (4 x 15W lamps)
14. Utility pocket cover
15. Utility pocket
16. Egg tray
17. Bottle rack
18. Fruit case
19. Fresh case
20. Bottle pocket (right)
21. Ice cube maker
When the ice cubes are made,
turn the lever clockwise to empty
the ice into the Ice cube box. Do
not overfill the tray.
22. Ice cube box
23. Magnetic door seal
24. Control panel and
electronic display
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15 (*)
17 (*)
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21 (*)
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1
2
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4
5
6 (*)
7
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15 (*)
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SJ-F65PS, SJ-F65PC
SJ-F60PS
SJ-F60PC
Movable
partition
Lever
Ice cube box
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CONTROL PANEL
DEODORISING UNIT
A built-in unit which requires no manual operation because
it automatically starts operating when the refrigerator is
powered on.
DEFROSTING
The defrosting system incorporates a fully automatic enegy
efficient defrosting system.
The defrost water collects in the evaporating pan, where it
is evaporated by the heat of the compressor, etc.
The evaporating pan does not require cleaning or
maintenance.
CHOOSE
EXPRESS
ICE
LCD display EXPRESS ICE button (*)
Press to start Express Ice
Making.
button
button
CHOOSE button
Press to select the Feature icon.
Plasmacluster
Express Ice Making (*)
Express Freezing (*)
Timer
Features that default to “on” when
power is applied are:
NOTE:
When no operation is made for 30 seconds,
the display will automatically return to the
initial content.
The backlight will become dark when there
is no operation for 3 minutes.
The backlight will turn off when there is no
operation for 6 minutes.
Do not hit or apply sharp object on to the
LCD panel.
* : Only for SJ-F60PS, SJ-F65PS
Refrigerator temperature setting
Freezer temperature setting
Each icon
Use to select desired setting.
(Feature ON/OFF, or timer
setting, or temperature setting)
Finalizes the
setting.
Refrigerator temp. control
Freezer temp. control
Door alarm
Child lock
Holiday mode (*)
In the event of a power failure, Express Ice Making, Express
Freezing and Timer Feature are cancelled and will need to be re-
entered if required.
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OPERATION (USING THE CONTROL PANEL)
Controlling Temperature
The refrigerator controls its temperature automatically.
However, if needed, adjust the temperature as follows.
Express Ice Making (Only For SJ-F60PS, SJ-F65PS)
Ice cubes can be made quicker than normal.
• This feature cannot be used simultaneously with Express Freezing.
Press the "EXPRESS ICE" button.
The icon appears and operation starts.
When the ice is completed, remove the ice.
To cancel operation
Press the "EXPRESS ICE" button again.
NOTE:
Express Ice Making ends automatically in about 1 hour
regardless of ice condition. (The icon disappears.)
Express Ice Making may take a little longer if the
refrigerator is automatically defrosting.
Avoid opening the door as much as possible during
operation of this feature.
How to use the Express ice box
(Only for SJ-F60PS, SJ-F65PS)
Cool the Express ice box beforehand in the freezer
(for at least 1 day).
When the ice cubes are made, remove the partition from
the tray, after that twist the both ends of the partition to
release the ice.
• Tips for making ice cubes in around 20* minutes.
Use cold water from the refrigerator.
Avoid unnecessary opening of the doors.
Don’t overfill the Express ice box.
* At a room temperature of 30°C and with the refrigerator
set to 3°C and the freezer to -18°C.
Refrigerator compartment
Press the "CHOOSE" button and select the
"Refrigerator temp." icon.
Press the / button to select the desired
temperature.
[ : increase, : decrease ]
Press the " " button.
Adjustable between 0°C and 6°C in steps of 0.5°C.
NOTE:
If the refrigerator is operated for a long time with refrigerator
temperature control set at 0°C, foods stored in the
refrigerator compartment may also freeze.
When the refrigerator provides excessive
cooling.
For normal operation.
For keeping foods fresher tasting. When the
refrigerator does not provide sufficient cooling.
Freezer compartment
Press the "CHOOSE" button and select the "Freezer
temp." icon.
Press the / button and set
the temperature.
[ : increase, : decrease ]
Press the " " button.
Adjustable between -13°C and -21°C in steps of 0.5°C.
For normal freezing.
When frozen food or ice cream is not
stored.
For making ice rapidly or fast freezing.
Partition
Water level
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Plasmacluster
The Plasmacluster feature operates whenever the
refrigerator is on.
To cancel operation
Press the "CHOOSE" button and select the "Plasma-
cluster" icon.
Press the / button and
select "OFF".
Press the " " button.
To turn the Plasmacluster back on
Select "ON" in step .
Notes about PLASMACLUSTER operation
The Plasmacluster feature inside your refrigerator
releases clusters of positive and negative ions into the
freezer and refrigerator compartment. These ion clusters
help to reduce mold fungus.
There may be a slight odors in the refrigerator. This is
the smell of ozone generated by the ionizer. The amount
of ozone is minimal, and quickly dissipates in the
refrigerator.
mold
fungus
Timer
The timer can be set for up to 99 minutes and 30
seconds, in intervals of 30 seconds.
Press the "CHOOSE" button and select the "Timer"
icon. The previous timer entry is displayed.
Press the / button and
set the time.
[ : increase, : decrease ]
Press the button continuously to set the timer quickly.
Press the " " button.
Timer starts. The remaining time is displayed.
When the set time is reached,the end tone will sound.
(About 30 sec.)
To stop the end tone, press " ".
To cancel the timer
Press "CHOOSE" to select the "Timer" icon.
Press the " " button.
Express Freezing (Only For SJ-F60PS, SJ-F65PS)
High-quality frozen foods can be made using this feature. Convenient for home-freezing of small food items.
This feature cannot be used simultaneously with Express Ice Making.
Press the "CHOOSE" button and select the "Express
freezing" icon.
Press the / button and
select "ON".
Press the " " button.
Express Freezing ends automatically in approximately
2 hours. (The icon disappears.)
To cancel operation
Select "OFF" in step .
NOTE:
The time taken to freeze the item will depend on the size,
shape and type. For best results, keep items as small as
possible.
Express Freezing may take a little longer if the
refrigerator is automatically defrosting.
Avoid opening the door as much as possible during
operation of this feature.
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Door Alarm
An alarm will sound momentarily if a door is left open
for 1 minute.
If the door is left open for more than 3 minutes, the
alarm will sound continuously.
To cancel operation
Press the "CHOOSE" button and select the "Door
alarm" icon.
P
ress the / button and
select "OFF".
Press the " " button.
To start operation
Select "ON" in step .
Child Lock
The child lock can be turned on to prevent children
tampering with the controls.
Press the "CHOOSE" button and select the "Child
lock" icon.
P
ress the / button and
select "ON".
Press the " " button.
To cancel operation
Press the "CHOOSE" button continuously for
2 seconds or more.
Select "OFF" with
the / button
and press the
" " button.
Holiday Mode (Only For SJ-F60PS, SJ-F65PS)
Use this power saving feature when going away for extended periods.
Press the "CHOOSE" button and select the "Holiday
mode" icon.
P
ress the / button and
select "ON".
Press the " " button.
To cancel operation
Select "OFF" in step .
NOTE:
In Holiday Mode, the life of the food in the refrigerator
compartment may be reduced to 1/2 or 1/3 of normal.
Before going away for extended periods of time, we
recommend removing all perishable foods from the
refrigerator, before setting this feature.
The temperature inside the refrigerator
compartment will be adjusted to 10°C.
This temperature cannot be modified.
The temperature in the freezer is not
chan
g
ed.
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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.
Fruit / Vegetables
To minimize moisture loss, fruit and vegetables should be
loosely enclosed in a plastic material (e.g. wrap, bags) and
placed in the Vegetable crisper or the Fruit case. 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.
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.
FOR BEST FREEZING
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 frozen
food.
MILK
MILK
IN
OUT
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CARE AND CLEANING
Some household cleaning
chemicals can cause cracks,
splits or discolouration on the
inside surface of the refrigerator
and door liner. Only use diluted
dishwashing liquid and ensure
that all plastic is wiped with fresh
water after cleaning.
Alkaline detergents may affect the
aluminium section of the door handle, causing it to
tarnish.
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. Wipe the control panel with the dry cloth.
NOTE:
Do not use hot water, household cleaning powders,
creams or spray on cleaning products, or any other
cleaning products such as mineral turpentine, methylated
spirits, thinners, petrol etc. These may damage your
refrigerator and may void any warranty.
If undiluted detergent is used or soapy water is not wiped
off thoroughly, cracking of plastic parts can result.
Wipe any spills from the refrigerator immediately, acid or
alkaline in the food can cause cracking and staining of
plastic parts.
The glass shelves weigh approximately 3 kg each. Hold
firmly when removing from the cabinet or carrying.
Wipe any spills from the control panel immediately, liquid
ingress can damage the electronics.
If a refrigerator lamp blows
The lamp should only be replaced by a service centre
approved by SHARP.
Switching off your refrigerator
If the refrigerator needs to be switched off for an extended
period, the following steps should be taken to reduce the
symptom of mold:
1. Remove all food.
2. Remove the power plug from the power point.
3. Clean and dry the interior thoroughly.
4. Ensure that all the doors are wedged open slightly for
air circulation.
WHAT TO DO BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE
It is normal for the refrigerator to produce sounds.
Due to the compact design of modern refrigerators, you
may hear some squeaking, popping, crackling or gurgling
sounds from time to time, particularly during automatic
defrosting. These sounds are quite normal, and are
generally caused by the compact design, range of
operating temperatures and the different rates of expansion
and contraction of the various materials used.
It is normal for the outside of the cabinet to feel hot.
This is due to the compact inbuilt pipes carrying hot gases,
the hot pipes also prevent dew formation.
If you still require service contact your SHARP approved
service centre.
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SPECIFICATION
Rated voltage (V~)
Rated frequency (Hz)
Rated current (A)
Rated input of heating systems (W)
230 - 240
SJ-F60PS, SJ-F60PC SJ-F65PS, SJ-F65PC
50
1.0 - 1.1
190 - 206
190 - 206
Internal lamp input (W)
Defrosting input (W)
15 max. x 4 pcs.
Refrigerant
Charge (g)
Rated storage volume (L)
Rated gross volume (L)
HFC - 134a
Climate class T
120
Insulation blowing gas Cyclo pentane
Group (AS / NZS 4474.1)
Net weight (kg)
Outer dimensions
(mm)
5B
556
602
109
1720
890
770
120
605
653
112
1830
890
770
Height
Width
Depth
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A. B. N. 40 003 039 405
1 HUNTINGWOOD DRIVE, HUNTINGWOOD, N.S.W. 2148
P.O.BOX 6827, BLACKTOWN. N.S.W. 2148
Printed in Thailand
TINS-A712CBRZ 06DK TH 1
SHARP CORPORATION OF AUSTRALIA PTY.LTD.
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