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Before using your SHARP refrigerator, please read this operation manual to ensure that you gain the maximum use only benefi t from it. • This refrigerator is intended for making ice cubes, refrigerating and freezing food. • This refrigerator is for household use only, with ambient temperature indicated in the table. The climate class is specifi ed on the rating plate. If the refrigerator operates out of range (ambient temperature range) of the climate class which is rated for that model, it may not be able to maintain satisfactory internal temperatures. If the refrigerator is used at colder temperatures, the refrigerator will not be damaged up to a temperature of +5°C. • The refrigerator should not be subjected to temperatures of -10°C or below for a long period of time. Refrigerant This refrigerator contains . ammable refrigerant (R600a: isobutane) and insulation blowing gas (cyclopentane). Observe the following rules to prevent ignition and explosion. ■ Do not allow any pointed objects to have contact with the refrigeration system. The refrigeration system behind and inside the refrigerator contains refrigerant. ■ Do not use mechanical devices or other means to accelerate the defrosting process. (This refrigerator has adopted automatic defrosting system.) ■ Do not use electrical appliances inside the refrigerator. ■ Do not block the space around the refrigerator. ■ Do not use . ammable sprays, such as spray paint near the refrigerator. ■ Do not store . ammable sprays, such as spray paint in the refrigerator. ■ In the case of failure of the refrigeration system, do not touch the wall socket and use open . ames. Open the window and let out the air from the room. Then ask a service agent approved by SHARP for service. Installation ■ Do not install the refrigerator in a damp or wet location. It may cause the damage to the insulation or electrical leak. Dew may also appear on the outer cabinet and it causes rust. ■ The refrigerator should be installed . atly and fi rmly on the . oor. Power cord, Plug, Socket Read carefully the following rules to prevent electric shock or fi re. ■ Connect the power plug into the wall socket fi rmly and directly. Do not use an extension cord or adapter plug. ■ Connect the power plug to the socket with the required rated voltage. ■ Connect the earth pin to the earth terminal properly. (3 pin plug region) ■ Connect the earth wire which is installed at the rear of the product to the earth terminal properly. (2 pin plug region) ■ Make sure to protect the power cord from being damaged during installation or moving. If the power plug or cord is loose, do not insert the power plug. Climate Acceptable range of class ambient temperature SN +10°C to 32°C N +16°C to 32°C ST +16°C to 38°C T +16°C to 43°C Safety information WARNING This means that there are high risks of death or serious injury. CAUTION This means that there are high risks of material damage or personal injury. WARNING ■ Do not touch the power plug with wet hands. ■ Disconnect from the main electricity supply by removing the main plug from the socket. Do not remove by pulling the power cord. ■ Dust deposited on the power plug may cause fire. Wipe it off carefully. ■ Pull out the plug if the refrigerator is not used for a long time. ■ If the . exible supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by service agent approved by SHARP because special cord is required. In use ■ Do not store volatile and .ammable materials such as ether, petrol, propane gas, aerosol cans, adhesive agents and pure alcohol etc. These materials are easy to explode. ■ Do not store temperature-sensitive products such as pharmaceutical products in the refrigerator. There are high risks of changes in product quality. ■ Do not attempt to change or modify this refrigerator. This may result in fi re, electric shock or injury. ■ Do not place any object on the top of refrigerator. If the object falls down from the top, it may cause injury. ■ Do not hit the glass doors hard. Otherwise, they may break and cause physical injury. <Only for SJ-P68MFG, SJ-P78MFG, SJ-P88MFG, SJ-PG51P, SJ-PG55P, SJ-PG60P, SJ-FTG18BVP, SJ-FTG19BVP, SJ-FTG21BVP> ■ This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years or above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way or understanding the hazards involved. Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be done by children without supervision. Care and Cleaning ■ Unplug the refrigerator fi rst to prevent electric shock. ■ Do not splash water directly on the outer cabinet or the interior. This may lead to rusting and deterioration of the electrical insulation. Trouble ■ If you smell something burning, pull out the power plug immediately. Then ask a service agent approved by SHARP for service. ■ In case of gas leak, ventilate the area by opening window. Do not touch the refrigerator or the power 2 socket. In Disposal use ■ Ensure that the refrigerator presents no danger to ■ Do not touch the compressor unit or its peripheral children while being stored until disposal. (e.g. remove parts, as they become extremely hot during operation the door to prevent child entrapment.) and the metal edges may cause injury. ■ This refrigerator should be disposed appropriately. ■ Do not touch foods or metal containers in the freezer Take the refrigerator to a professional recycling plant compartment with wet hands. This may cause for .ammable refrigerant and insulation blowing frostbite. gases. ■ Do not place bottled drinks and cans in the freezer compartment. CAUTION Especially “Express cool” is in operation, there is a high risk that glass bottles may burst. ■ Do not use other than potable water to make ice Transportation ■ When you install or move your refrigerator, use curing mat to protect the . oor from being damaged. ■ Carry the refrigerator by holding the handles located on the rear and bottom side. If you lift up the refrigerator improperly, it cubes. ■ Do not open or close the door when somebody put a hand near the door. There is a risk that the other people may catch their fi ngers in the door. ■ Do not put oversized object in the pockets of the door. If the object falls down from the pockets, it may cause injury. ■ Make sure to handle the glass shelves with care to install or uninstall. If you drop the glass shelves, it may break or cause injury. may cause injury. rear bottom Installation Free standing type 1 Keep refrigerator. adequate ventilation space around the • The picture shows the minimum required space for installing the refrigerator. The measurement condition of energy consumption is conducted under a different space dimension. • By keeping greater space, the refrigerator may consume a less amount of power consumption. • If use the refrigerator in the smaller space dimension than pictured below, it may cause temperature rise in the unit, loud noise and failure. • The space between the rear of the refrigerator and the wall should be 50mm or more, and less than 75mm. If the space is wider than 75mm, you may get injured by touching compressor and its peripheral parts which are extremely hot during the operation. 3 Connect socket. the appliance via a correctly installed 90mm or more Note • Place your refrigerator to access the plug. 60mm or more 60mm or more • Keep your refrigerator out of direct sunlight and do not place next to heat generating appliance. • Do not place your refrigerator directly on the ground. Insert suitable stand such as wooden board under the refrigerator. • When you insert the power plug with the door opened, door alarm sounds but it is normal. This sound stops after closing the door. Casters are located on the bottom of the re- frigerator • The casters allow the refrigerator to move back and forth. Overall space required in use m m0 97m m0 551935 mm 1450 mm 2 Use to place the two the refrigerator front adjustable . atly feet and Before using your refrigerator fi rmly on the . oor. • Clean the inside parts with a cloth soaked in warm water. • If you use soapy water to clean, wipe it off thoroughly with water. Adjustable foot Casters (4 pcs) 3 4Description 115115341. Freezer light <Only for SJ-P78MFG, SJ-P70MFM, SJ-P88MFG, SJ-P80MFM, SJ-PG55P, SJ-FTG19BVP, SJ-PG60P, SJ-FTG21BVP> 2. Movable ice maker <Only for SJ-P68MFG, SJ-P60MFM, SJ-PG55P, SJ-FTG18BVP, SJ-P78MFG, SJ-P70MFM, SJ-FTG19BVP> SJ-PG51P, 3. Freezer shelf (Upper) 4. Freezer shelf (Bottom) 5. Freezer case Move the partition to fi t the size of food. 6. Two-way fresh room door 7. Fresh shelf 8. Deodorizing unit Deodorizing catalyst is installed on the routes of cold air. There is no need to operate and clean. 9. Refrigerator light 10. Refrigerator shelf 11. Hybrid cooling panel The panel cools the refrigerator compartment indirectly from the rear. In this way, food is cooled gently without being exposed to cold air . ow. 12. Fruit and vegetable shelf 13. Fruit and vegetable crisper 14. Adjustable foot 15. Magnetic door seal Use the space as Use the space as refrigerator room. fresh room. 1917 181623417165 5 67152067152089218921 10 10 11111222122213 13 23 23 14 14 14 14 SJ-P88MFG, SJ-P80MFM, SJ-P68MFG, SJ-P60MFM, SJ-PG60P, SJ-FTG21BVP SJ-P78MFG, SJ-P70MFM, SJ-PG51P, SJ-PG55P, SJ-FTG18BVP, SJ-FTG19BVP Partition Freezer case 16. Control panel 17. Freezer door pocket 18. In-door ice maker <Only for SJ-P88MFG, SJ-P80MFM, SJ-PG60P, SJ-FTG21BVP> (This ice maker is packed inside the freezer compartment. Refer to the next page ”After cleaning“ to install.) 19. Water cup <Only for SJ-P88MFG, SJ-P80MFM, SJ-PG60P, SJ-FTG21BVP> (The water cup is packed inside the freezer case. Make sure to put the position indicated in the picture above to use.) 20. Egg pocket 21. Refrigerator pocket (Upper) 22. Bottle pocket 23. Refrigerator pocket (Bottom) If refrigerator you wish to store large items within your • You may remove any shelves or any pockets numbered 2, 3,5,6,7,10,13,17,18,19,20,21,22,23 in the picture above. • Cooling performance is not in. uenced even if you use the refrigerator in the above situation. Two-way fresh room door Open Close How to open the two-way fresh room door 1) Lift up the door. 2) Insert the door into the frame and push it back to the stopper. It is locked properly. In-door ice maker (SJ-P88MFG, SJ-P80MFM, SJ-PG60P, SJ-FTG21BVP) Making ice cubes Cleaning In-door ice maker 1) Use the water cup to measure amount of water. • Empty the ice cube box in advance. 1) Pull upward the In-door ice maker to remove. Water level Water cup (160mL) 2) Pour water into In-door ice maker by the water cup. 2) Remove ice cube tray. 3) Remove ice cube box. 4) Push the protrusion to disassemble In-door ice maker. 3) When ice cubes are made, turn the lever clockwise to put the ice into the ice cube box. 3) 4) Pull the ice cube box to take out the ice cubes. Lever Ice cube box Note • To prevent the ice cube box from being damaged, do not pour oil into it or make ice in it. • Do not open the freezer door as much as possible during ice making. Movable ice maker (SJ-P68MFG, SJ-P60MFM, SJ-P78MFG, SJ-P70MFM, SJ-PG51P, SJ-PG55P, SJ-FTG18BVP, SJ-FTG19BVP) Ice cube tray Protrusion Note • Do not put the ice cube tray in a dishwasher. Otherwise, the packings are damaged. After cleaning 1) Assemble the In-door ice maker. (Reverse procedure to disassemble.) 2) Install the In-door ice maker securely. Hole In-door ice maker Door Hook <Position of the lever> Lever Lever It is highly recommended to use the ice maker as shown in the picture of “Description” .You can put the ice maker anywhere in the freezer compartment. Lever Ice cube box 2) 1) Do not overfi ll the tray with water. Otherwise the ice cubes will join Note together when frozen. 2) When ice cubes are made, turn the lever clockwise to put the ice into the ice cube box. • Make sure to place the ice maker . atly not to spill out the water from the ice tray. • To prevent the ice cube box from being damaged, do not pour oil into it or make ice in it. 5 6Useful modes As for the operations, refer to chapter “Control panel”. Extra cool Express freezing Express cool Extra cool Express freezing Express cool Feature This mode is to cool beverages or foods to ice-cold. Note : Food with high- moisture may freeze. Freezer compartment Freezer case Fresh room This mode speeds up This mode is to cool beverages or foods quickly. the time to freeze food or make ice. Point of use Fresh room Freezer case Freezer compartment CAUTION : Do not place glass bottles. There is a high risk that they may burst. Operating time 6 hours *1 2 hours *1 30 minutes • This mode ends automatically. • This mode ends automatically. • The alarm does not sound. • The alarm sounds. To stop the alarm *2 After the operation • There is no need for taking beverages or • Be sure to take the beverages and foods out completed foods out. when the alarm sounds. • If the beverages and foods are left in the freezer compartment over approximately 30 minutes, they may freeze. Use this feature when you want to switch the appliance to energy-saving operation While this feature is operating, the inside temperature of the refrigerator and freezer compartment becomes higher than the normal operation as follows. The displayed temperature is not be changed. (When the temperature is set at F: -18°C, R: 3°C.) Cancel this mode when you feel the beverages are not cooled enough or ice making takes longer time. Note The effi ciency of power saving depends on the usage environment (controlling temperature, ambient temperature, frequency of opening or closing the door, amount of food). Press “Express freezing” button. *1 It may take more time to complete if the operation overlaps with defrosting. This mode starts after defrosting is completed. *2 If you do not stop the alarm, it sounds 30 minutes continuously. Press enter key. Note There may be a slight odor in the refrigerator. This is the smell of ozone generated by the ionizer. The amount of ozone is minimum and quickly disappears in the refrigerator. or At the time of power failure during the operation • This mode is automatically cancelled. • This mode is automatically restarted from the previous state at the time of re-power. Note • Extra cool, Express freezing and Express cool are not available at the same time while one of the modes is in operation. • Avoid opening the door as much as possible during the operations of these modes. Plasmacluster Energy saving Use this feature when you want to keep the inside of the refrigerator clean. The Plasmacluster automatically starts operating when the refrigerator is powered on. The ionizer inside your refrigerator releases clusters of ions, which are collective masses of positive and negative ions, into the refrigerator compartment. These ion clusters inactivate airborne mold fungus. fungus mold Freezer Refrigerator compartment compartment Under “Energy saving” mode Approx. 1°C plus Approx. 2°C plus Control panel (SJ-P68MFG, SJ-PG60P, SJ-FTG18BVP, SJ-P78MFG, SJ-P88MFG, SJ-FTG19BVP, SJ-PG51P, SJ-FTG21BVP) SJ-PG55P, Operation keys Controlling temperature Useful modes icons Additional modes icons Icon Meaning Default setting Freezer compartment -18°C Refrigerator compartment 3°C Note • When you press one of the keys, all icons . ash once and show the standby display. • Mode icons or indicators in operation light up on the standby display. When Express cool is in operation, the icon . ashes on the standby display. Icon Meaning Default setting Extra cool OFF Indicator Meaning Default setting Express freezing Door alarm Express cool ON Plasmacluster Sound of Energy saving key operation • When there is no operation for approximately 1 minute, the display returns to the standby display automatically. The standby display turns off if there is no operation for another 1 minute. • If the refrigerator stops because of power failure, the modes Express except cool operate for Extra the cool, same Express way as freezing before at and the time of re-power. Turn-on state Operations of useful modes 1 When press button, the icons change in the order shown as below. Select the mode icon. Current setting 2 (This indication shows OFF.) Standby display “Express cool”only or Select on/off. The setting is changed. 3 for Complete 3 seconds the setting or more. by pressing 3 ON/OFF switches in the order by pressing the key. (Beep, Beep, Beep) Complete the setting. Operations of additional modes Door alarm • When the refrigerator door is left open for over 1 minute, door alarm sounds once, and again after 1 minute. • If the door is left open for approx. 3 minutes, the alarm sounds continuously. • The alarm stops after close the door. Turn off operation Press and simultaneously for 3 seconds or more. (Beep, beep, beep) Sound of button operation • The electric sound is operated when touching each keys. Turn off operation Press and simultaneously The indicator for 3 seconds or more. turns off. The indicator turns off. (Beep, beep, beep) Note When you want to turn on the additional mode, follow the same step again. (The indicator turns on.) 7 Controlling temperature The refrigerator controls its temperature automatically. However, you can adjust the temperature as below. How to check the current temperature setting 1 Select or icon. Setting of Freezer/Refrigerator compartment 1 2 or Freezer compartment : Adjustable between -13°C and -21°C in step of 1°C Refrigerator compartment : Adjustable between 0°C and 6°C in step of 1°C 8When press button, the icons change in the order shown as below. Select or icon. Standby display Select the temperature The setting is changed. 3 Complete the setting. Advanced setting of Freezer/Refrigerator compartment The temperature of freezer compartment and refrigerator compartment can be adjusted in step of 0.5 °C by following the steps a to c. a. After the step 1 of “Basic operations”, press 3 seconds or more. (Beep, beep, beep) The current preset temperature returns to “Default setting”. switch (The display is indicated as the picture on the right.) b. Press or and set the temperature. c. Complete the setting. (Same as the step 3 of “Basic operations”.) Follow the steps a to c again if you want to adjust the temperature in step of 1°C. Freezer compartment Refrigerator compartment Control panel (SJ-P60MFM, SJ-P70MFM, SJ-P80MFM) Controlling temperature icons Useful modes icons Button Meaning Default setting Button Meaning Default setting Controlling temperature Extra cool of Freezer compartment Controlling temperature of Refrigerator Express freezing Express cool OFF compartment Energy saving Plasmacluster ON* Note • All mode are off initially. When you press one of the keys, control panel is active after the beep sound. • When you press one of the keys, mode indicator in operation lights up. When Express cool is in operation, the indicator . ashes. • If you want to light up the temperature indicator, press “F” or “R” button while the control panel is active. *The Plasmacluster operates automatically when the refrigerator is powered on. There is no need to switch on/off. • When there is no operation for approximately 1 minute, the display turns off automatically. • If the refrigerator stops because of power failure, the modes except for Extra cool, Express freezing and Express cool operate the same way as before at the time of re-power. Operations of useful modes Start operation Cancel operation Extra cool Lighting Turn off Express freezing Energy saving Flashing Turn off Press the mode button. (Beep) Press the mode button. (Beep) Express cool Press the mode button for 3 seconds or more. (Beep, beep, beep) Press the mode button. (Beep) Door Alarm • When the refrigerator door is left open for over 1 minute, door alarm sounds once, and again after 1 minute. • If the door is left open for approx. 3 minutes, the alarm sounds continuously. • The alarm stops after closing the door. If the door alarm does not stop If the door alarm does not stop after closing all doors, it is a defect. Contact the SHARP service center for service. Method of stopping the door alarm temporarily • Press “F” button and “R” button simultaneously and continuously for 3 seconds or more. (Beep, beep, beep) • The door alarm sounds again after approximately 2 days. 9 The refrigerator controls its temperature automatically. However, you can adjust the temperature as below. How to check the current temperature setting The indicator lights up to show the current temperature level by pressing “F” or “R” button. Freezer compartment : Press “F” button. Refrigerator compartment : Press “R” button. Setting of Freezer/Refrigerator compartment Freezer compartment 1. Press “F” button. 2. Press “F” button to change the temperature level. Refrigerator compartment 1. Press “R” button. Note After adjusting the temperature level, the indicator turns off approximately 5 seconds later. 2. Press “R” button to change the temperature level. 10• Temperature indicator changes as the picture below (3→4→5→1→2→3) by pressing “F” or “R” button. Advanced compartment setting of Freezer/Refrigerator The temperature of freezer compartment and refrigerator compartment can be adjusted in 9 levels (level 1 ~ 9) by following the steps a to b. Freezer compartment a. Press “F” button fi rst. Hold down “F” button and then press “Express freezing” button for 3 seconds or more. (Beep, beep, beep) The indicator returns to “Default setting”. b. Press “F” button to change the temperature level. Follow the steps a to b if you want to adjust the temperature in 5 levels. Refrigerator compartment a. Press “R” button fi rst. Hold down “R” button and then press “Express freezing” button for 3 seconds or more. (Beep, beep,beep) The indicator returns to “Default setting”. b. Press “R” button to change the temperature level. Follow the steps a to b if you want to adjust the temperature in 5 levels. Level Indicator 123Default setting45• Temperature indicator changes as the picture below (5→6→7→8→9→1→2→3→4→5) by pressing “F” or “R” button. ... OFF ... Lighting ... Flashing Level Indicator 12345Default setting 6789 Controlling temperature Storing food • Ensure that the food is of the freshest possible quality to maximize the storage life of perishable food. The following is a general guide to help promote longer food storage. • Food has a limited storage life. Make sure not to exceed use-by date indicated by manufacturer. Freezer Advice for preventing dew or • Freeze small quantities of food at a time in order to frost inside the refrigerator freeze them quickly. • Food should be properly sealed tightly or covered . • Place foods in the freezer evenly. • Label bags or containers to keep an inventory of freezing food. • Keep the door securely closed. If the food falls down, it may cause a gap between the cabinet and the door. Move it back to the shelf or the pocket. • Open and close the door quickly as much as possible. Dew or frost may appear if the door is left open for a Refrigerator long period of time or opening and closing of the door is very often. • Stored items should be packed or sealed with such as Fruit / Vegetables food containers or plastic wraps. (Especially food with high-moisture) • Fruit and vegetables should be loosely enclosed in a plastic material e.g. wrap, bags (do not seal) and placed in the fruit and vegetable crisper to minimize moisture loss. Advice for storing food • Fruits and vegetables which are easily effected by low temperature should be stored in a cool place except for the refrigerator. • Evenly place the food on the shelves to allow the cooling air to circulate efficiently. • Hot food should be cooled before storing. Storing hot Dairy Products & Eggs food increases the temperature in the unit and the risk of food spoilage. • Most dairy products have their best-before date on the outer packaging which informs the recommended temperature and shelf life of the foods. • Do not block the outlet and inlet of the cool air circulating circuit with food or containers; otherwise the food is not be evenly cooled throughout the refrigerator. • Eggs should be stored in the egg pocket . • Do not place food directly in front of cold air outlet. This may lead to the food freezing. Meats / Fish / Poultry • Place on a plate or a 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. INOUT Tips for saving energy • The amount of energy consumption of this model is measured as shown in the picture below. • Install the refrigerator in a well-ventilated area and keep the space to ventilate. • Keep your refrigerator out of direct sunlight and do not place it next to heat generating appliance. 90 mm 50 mm • Avoid opening the door as much as possible. • Hot food should be cooled before storing. • Place the food evenly on the shelves to allow the cool air to circulate effi ciently. 300 mm 300 mm 11 12Care and cleaning Important Follow the tips below to prevent cracks on the inner surfaces and plastic components • Wipe out food oil adhered to plastic parts. • Some household chemicals may cause damage, so use only diluted washing-up liquid (soapy water). • If undiluted detergent is used or soapy water is not wiped off thoroughly, it may result in cracks of plastic parts. Cleaning • Remove the accessories (e.g. shelves) from the cabinet and the door. Wash them by warm soapy dishwashing water. After that, rinse them in clean water and dry. (Only fruit and vegetable shelf is not removable) • Clean the inside with a cloth soaked in warm soapy dishwashing water. Then, use cold water to wipe off soapy water thoroughly. • Wipe the exterior with a soft cloth each time it gets dirty. • Clean the magnetic door seal with a toothbrush and warm soapy dishwashing water. • Wipe the control panel with a dry cloth. <SJ-P60MFM, SJ-P70MFM, SJ-P80MFM> Note • Do not use heavy-duty cleansers or solvents (lacquer, paint, polishing powder, benzine, boiled water, etc.) which may cause damages. • If you pull out the power plug once, wait 5 minutes at least before connecting the power plug again. • The glass shelves weigh approximately 3 kg each. Hold them firmly when remove from the cabinet and carry. • Do not drop objects inside the refrigerator or strike the inner wall. This may cause cracks to inner surface. Before transporting Wipe up water in the evaporating pan. Before wiping up the water, wait more than 1 hour after pulling out the plug because refrigeration cycle equipment is extremely hot. (The evaporating pan is located on the rear of the product.) Evaporating pan Defrosting of the cooling unit Defrosting is automatically operated by a unique energy saving system. (Approx. once a day.) Ice making takes time because the temperature inside becomes slightly higher than usual during the defrosting. When the compartment light is blown Contact the service agent approved by SHARP to replace the light. The light is not to be replaced other than by qualified service personnel. 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 growth of mold 1. Remove all food. 2. Remove the power plug from the socket. 3. Clean and dry the interior thoroughly. 4. Keep all the doors open slightly for a few days to dry. Before you call for service Before calling for service, check the following points. Problem Solution <Only for SJ-P68MFG, SJ-P60MFM,SJ-P78MFG, SJ-P70MFM,SJ-P88MFG, SJ-P80MFM> The refrigerator does not cool at all. The refrigerator is set at “Demonstration mode”. Follow the steps 1 to 2 to cancel this mode. The icons light up in order. SJ-P68MFG, SJ-P78MFG, SJ-P88MFG, 1 Open the refrigerator door. 2 Press 5 seconds or more. The lamps of control panel are . ashing in order. Beep beep beep SJ-P60MFM, SJ-P70MFM, Beep beep beep SJ-P80MFM 1 Open the refrigerator door. 2 Press Extra cool button 5 seconds or more. The outside of the cabinet is hot It is normal. This is because of the hot pipe in the cabinet in order to prevent dew when touched. generation. Refrigerator makes loud noise. Following sounds are normal. • The compressor makes loud noise when its operation starts. -- Sound becomes quieter after a while. • The compressor makes loud noise once a day. -- Operating sound is made immediately after automatic defrost operation of the cooling unit. • Sound of .owing .uid (gurgling sound, fizzing sound) -- It is caused by refrigerant .owing in pipes (sound may become louder from time to time). • Cracking or crunching sound, squeaking sound -- It is caused by expansion and contraction of inner walls and internal parts during cooling. Frost or dew appears inside or This may occur in one of the following cases. Use a wet cloth for wiping frost and a outside the refrigerator. dry cloth for wiping dew. • When the ambient humidity is high. • When the door is frequently opened and closed. • When food containing plenty of moisture are stored. (Wrapping is required.) • This phenomenon will appear more or less depending on the season (rainy season, season), habits of usage and environmental conditions of each house. The food in the refrigerator compartment are frozen. SJ-P68MFG, SJ-P78MFG, SJ-P88MFG, SJ-PG51P, SJ-PG55P, SJ-PG60P, SJ-FTG18BVP, SJ-FTG19BVP, SJ-FTG21BVP • Is the refrigerator operated for a long time with refrigerator temperature control set at 0°C? -- Change the temperature control back to around 3°C. • Is the refrigerator operated for a long time with freezer temperature control set at -21°C? -- Change the temperature control back to around -18°C. • If ambient temperature is low, foods may freeze even if the refrigerator compartment is set at 6°C. SJ-P60MFM, SJ-P70MFM, SJ-P80MFM • Is the refrigerator operated for a long time with refrigerator temperature control set MAX COLDEST? -- Change the temperature control to the other setting. • Is the refrigerator operated for a long time with freezer temperature control set MAX COLDEST? -- Change the temperature control to the other setting. • If ambient temperature is low, food may freeze even if the refrigerator compartment is set MIN. 13 Problem Solution Odors in the compartment. • Wrapping is required for the food with strong odors. • Deodorizing unit cannot remove all odors. • Clean the inside periodically.

The control panel does not work. (SJ-P68MFG, SJ-P78MFG, SJ-P88MFG, SJ-PG51P, SJ-PG55P, SJ-PG60P, SJ-FTG18BVP, SJ-FTG19BVP, SJ-FTG21BVP) This may occur in one of the following cases. • The panel or your fi nger is soiled with dripping, oil and etc. • When you touch the panel with gloved hand, adhesive bandage on your fi nger, nail or objects. • Sticker or tape is affi xed on the keys. • Touch position is slightly off from the keys. • Operate time is not enough for the keys to work. The compartment lights turn off even if the doors are left open. • The light switch is to turn on and off the compartment lights. When the angles of the doors are the same, the lights turns off even if the doors are left open but it is normal. Light Switch Light Switch Some lines are on the surface • These are not defects during production.The meeting of the plastic parts. part of the resin material or the junction part of the metallic mold are remained like lines. If you still require service Refer to your nearest service agent approved by SHARP. Line 14

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s ǕβĨĚĢƘʨ 뼶
s ǕβĨĚĢƘʨ޿뼶 s ܔΣ،ăĚڔ 뼶
s ܔΣ،ڔŐ뼶 ȯহܔΣ،
̩DŽʨ޿ŷ s ƃ̀ț߻նͱηȞȾś뼶 s Σܔ،ڔŐIJ뼷ɐӨκȾś߻նŠη 뼶
s Ƨưț߻նͱηȞǽٝćһഏبɸļęક Œ ҙ뼷߻նͱηȞĻĨĚʨܳ뼶 ܼć߽ǟʿǍţl· s ǕβĨĚĢƘȾϥ s ǖ۷ฎ֯ŷ뼷ǕβĨĚĢƘȶĤ৤Ƙ뼷ฎ֯Ėƥ אǖ ǡĀޔ 뼶
ĞŻܳॿʼҖĦ·ךĨʔĀ̩ʼޔѐIJ뼷ɐ̹ů˾β 뼶
ǕβĨ̩DŽIJ뼷һڅبŠһഏبʮĀѹʇĚƬǏŗĪ˩ܩ ߽ǟ뼶 ׃ФĀѹʇλβ 뼶
ȋѹʇѴǭć ( 졛% 4 졛% J
ƧưƵī߻նăѾܳױͱخܳƖ͘IJ뼷ĻȾϥʕβ 뼶
ɐͩNj ·Ĩв߀ȾљǏ̹ůտؗ쨞̠׆ѹʇ뼷ŧȯܳॿɟĀӥ߀뼷 ηˀɻʔ 뼶
܍ĪqŨэһഏr ܍ 뼶
ȋǕβĨȇפ།βĨȶᚓIJ뼷ĻĨĚƑ͘IJ뼶ȁĦǕβ Ĩđćפ།ƥŷ৤Ƙ뼶 Ƨưăȯহ˾ܔΣ،뼷ܔΣ،ț̯τڔ Œ 뼶
܍ĪࢪɌ 뼶
ɐͩNj ܳॿʮĻĨĈࡉ͸뼶ĒĄ͹Ŕţl·،лl·Ā६஻Ā͸ƅ뼶 ६஻ݦʇο˩Ň뼷ࣴǽĖܳॿʮĀ६஻ĚೳэŒ 뼶 ͱ
ɐͩNj s ȋˑƺخһ뼵ŨэһഏŠŨэخһȺġĂĊβĨȢć̩DŽ IJ뼷ԨʋĀβĨƃʑǜIJ̩DŽ뼶 s ȋĒȏβĨ̩DŽƥIJ뼷ԃʔॹыŧ 뼶
ش͹Ŕ׻ ·ךĨ۷ ƧưĞŻܳॿʮˌ̝̯ॢش뼷ɐ̹ůǕβĨ뼶 ȋܳॿʘǖIJ뼷ش͹Ŕ׻țĢƘɖɌʕǟޔ 뼶
ܳॿʮĀ͹Ŕлl·،țˋһڅبࣴǽśش͹Ŕ׻뼶ش͹Ŕ ׻ĄȢ͹ŔŠݹ͹ŔĀמyɄ뼶 ش͹Ŕ׻ĨăƜཏˬǬġਂʹᕡ 뼶

һഏب һ ب
ćq·ךĨ۷r ٣ Ī
Ę΋ęך %
Ę΋ęך %
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ѹʇߝ̑ʍԆ Ǯů٣КʍԆ ઐȀ Ĩ
ʍԆ ߒץ չΗ ٝ
һഏب %
һڅب %
ɐͩNj s ܍ĪȺġĂĊ܍ᔧIJ뼷ǨĈʍԆߴࣆƘĂơ뼷Ɣŷ׃Ф ΰƭ٣К뼶 s ̩DŽġĀ٣КʍԆͱρФ،Ěćΰƭ׃Ф،ĘаŐ뼶 ̩DŽŨэخһβĨIJ뼷Ƞ˅ĀʍԆĚćΰƭ׃Ф،Ęࣆ 뼶
ʍԆ ߒץ չΗ ٝ
ρФ، ߒץ չΗѴ
ˑƺ һ
Ũэ ഏ
ɟΣ ،
Ũэ һ
হ ŧ
ش͹ ׻
܍ਡ߽ ͡
·ך ۷
s Ƨưęך Œҙʮƃ΀̜߽ǟ뼷׃Ф،țĢƘತƫχΰ ƭޔѐ뼶ƧưǞļ Œҙঞƃ΀̜߽ǟ뼷ΰƭ׃Ф،ț ȯহ뼶 s ᛥܼܳॿȁĦאǖӕٜ̩DŽ뼷ćǖ۷ฎ֯ŷ뼷פˑƺخһɺ ŨэһഏŗӍŨэخһʋĀȺŴ٣Кߴț܍̆אǖǡĀ ޔѐ̩D 뼶
ʘǖ ѐ
ǮůβĨĀ߽ǟ
܍Ī ܍ᔧIJ뼷ʍԆĚ܍ŗĪ؊ۖʼ 뼶
̨ՈβĨʍԆ뼶 ΰƭ׃ ،
ِҏůǏqŨэخһr ̯τ܍Ī ☲☲☲ ڀҙͱƑĠ뼷ȥŪѴ 뼶
Standby displ y
or
ƌIJѴǭ 쨞˾ρФ׃ФĦȯহ 쨟
̨Ոq10r쨞ŧ쨟 q1((r쨞 쨟
ѴǭǢȼƑ뼶 ܍Ī܍ਡʼҖŧ ȯޔ 뼶
ȥŪѴ 뼶
૚ʋ٣К ǟ
ɟΣܔ، s ȋܳॿŋĈȯহIJ뼷ɟܔΣ،țĚćŧɟ ŒҙŷڔŐ뼷 թļ ŒҙŷǞơڔŐ뼶 s Ƨưɟ̝̯ŧ৤ޔѐך Œҙ뼷Σܔ،țĚΨτڔŐ뼶 s ɟȯহŷ뼷ܔΣțӕٜ뼶 ȯহ߽ǟ ǜIJ܍Ī ܍ᔧŠ ܍ᔧթ̯τ ڀҙͱƑĠ뼶 ☲ ☲
܍ਡ߽ǟ͡ s ǖƘ߽ǟ͡ć܍ĪƲĂ܍ਡĄţ 뼶
ȯহ߽ǟ ǜIJ܍Ī ܍ᔧŠ ܍ᔧթ̯τ ڀҙͱƑĠ뼶 ☲☲☲ ρФ،ȯ 뼶
ρФ،ȯ 뼶
ɐͩNj ȋ̀đ৤ƘઐȀβĨIJ뼷ɐǞơᆯ౼ȠǜςበɖDŽ߽ǟ뼶쨞ρ Ф،ŧ৤ 쨟

ѹʇ ·
ǕܳॿĚĢƘЭ·ѹʇ뼶ƧĈ̀đ뼷਩Ļ܍ƧĪƶʑЭ·ѹʇ뼶 Ƨ̜ণзȋǡѹʇѴٝ ̨Ո ͱ ʍ 뼶
һഏبŠһڅبĀѴٝ

ΰƭ׃ ،
or һഏب Ļ܍Ā 삸ѹהć 삸χ 삸ƥǍЭ·뼶 һڅب Ļ܍Ā 삸ѹהć 삸χ 삸ƥǍЭ 뼶
܍Ī ܍ᔧIJ뼷ʍԆĚ܍ŗĪ؊ۖʼ 뼶
̨Ո ͱ ʍ 뼶
Standby displ y
̨Ⱦ ʇ
ѴǭǢȼ 뼶
ȥŪѴ 뼶
һഏبŠһڅبĀƬ͇ ٝ
֭֫ŗĪςበ C Ė E뼷һഏبŠһڅبĀѹʇĻ܍ 삸 ĀવʇčЭ ·뼶a. ɖDŽq׼Ǖ߽ǟrġĀςበ ŷ뼷܍Ī ڀҙͱƑĠ뼶 ☲ ☲
ȋǡѹʇತƫχqչΗѴٝr 쨞׃Ф،Ā׃ФțƧޣʍǨФ뼶
ʼҖ b. ܍Ī ͱ ܍ᔧթѴǭѹʇ뼶 c. ȥŪѴٝ
Ƨǜq׼Ǖ߽ǟrġĀςበ 쨟
ƧưĞŗ 삸 ĀવʇčЭ·ѹʇ뼷צǞ֭֫ςበ C Ė E ɖDŽ߽ 뼶
һ ب
һ ب
1

ߝ̑ ذ
ѹʇߝ̑ʍԆ Ǯů٣К Ԇ
ɐͩNj s ǨĈ٣К٪ѴĦȯহ뼶ȋǷ܍ĪȺġĂĊ܍ਡ뼷ߝ̑ǚ ذĚć뺸☲뺹Ă̱ŷ৤ů뼶 s ȋǷ܍ĪȺġĂĊ܍ਡ뼷߽ǟ٣КρФࠈĚаŐ뼶ȋŨ эخһ̩ǟIJ뼷ρФࠈĚࣆƘ뼶 s Ƨ̀аŐѹʇρФࠈ뼷ɐćߝ̑ǚذ৤ůIJ܍Ī뺸(뺹ͱ뺸4뺹 ܍ 뼶
5, 2 /(/ 5, 2 /(/ 5, 2 / /
܍ᔧ ߒץ չΗ ٝ
܍ᔧ ߒץ չΗѴٝ һഏبĀѹʇЭ·
ˑƺ һ
һڅبĀѹʇЭ·
Ũэһഏ Ũэخһ ȯহ ·ך ۷
ش͹Ŕ׻ ŧ
ȋܳॿʘǖIJ뼷ش͹Ŕ׻țĢƘɖɌʕǟޔѐ뼶 ƃ̀НҖq10r쨞ŧ쨟 q1((r쨞ȯ쨟뼶 s Ƨưęך Œҙʮƃ΀̜߽ǟ뼷׃Ф،țĢƘȯহ뼶 s ƧưܳॿȁĦאǖӕٜ̩DŽ뼷ćǖ۷ฎ֯ŷ뼷פˑƺخһ뼵 ŨэһഏŗӍŨэخһʋĀȺŴ٣КĝțćȶĤ৤ƘIJ ܍̆אǖǡĀޔѐ̩D 뼶
ǮůβĨĀ ǟ
ŧ˧߽ǟ Ⱦϥ̩D
ˑƺ һ
ࣆа ȯহ Ũэһഏ ·ך ۷
ࣆᙈ ȯহ ܍ĪβĨ܍ 뼶 ☲
܍ĪβĨ܍ᔧ ☲
Ũэخһ ܍ĪβĨ܍ᔧ ڀҙͱƑ 뼶
☲ ☲
܍ĪβĨ܍ᔧ ☲
ɟΣ ،
s ȋܳॿŋĈȯহIJ뼷ɟܔΣ،țĚćŧɟ ŒҙŷڔŐ뼷թļ ŒҙŷǞơڔŐ뼶 s Ƨưɟ̝̯ŧ৤ޔѐך Œҙ뼷Σܔ،țĚΨτڔŐ뼶 s ɟȯহŷ뼷ܔΣțӕٜ뼶 ƧưɟܔΣ،ăӕٜţśܔΣ ƧưdzǨĈĀɟȯহŗŷ뼷ɟܔྡăӕٜţΣܔ ďĄĈܿఆ뼶 ɐȇـޏ˖ӨġķԔॊ뼶 ҽ૴ӕٜɟܔྡƶʑ s ǜIJ܍Īq(r܍ᔧŠq4r܍ᔧթ̯τ ڀҙͱƑĠ뼶 ☲☲☲ s ęךƨĐŗŷ뼷ɟܔྡćțˋŐ 뼶
2

ѹʇ ·
ǕܳॿĚĢƘЭ·ѹʇ뼶ƧĈ̀đ뼷਩Ļ܍ƧĪƶʑЭ·ѹʇ뼶Ƨ̜ণзȋǡѹʇѴٝ ܍Īq(rͱq4r܍ᔧŷ뼷ρФ،а 뼷
׃ФȋǡѹʇDž 뼶
D ͇
һഏب ܍Īq(r܍ᔧ뼶 һڅب ܍Īq4r܍ 뼶
һഏبŠһڅبĀѴٝ һഏب 1. ܍Īq(r܍ᔧ
չΗ ٝ
2. ܍Īq(r܍ᔧ뼷ŗβȼѹʇDž 뼶
һڅب 1. ܍Īq4r܍ᔧ
ɐͩNj ЭђѹʇDž͇ŷ뼷ρФ،ęך ڀҙŷȯ 뼶
2. ܍Īq4r܍ᔧ뼷ŗβȼѹʇDž 뼶
s ܍Īq(rͱq4r܍ᔧŷ뼷ѹʇρФ،ț܍̆Īʍ 쨞 샆 샆 샆 샆 샆 쨟ǨФȼ 뼶
һഏبŠһڅبĀƬ͇Ѵٝ ֭֫ŗĪςበ C Ė D뼷һڅبŗӍһഏبĀѹʇĻ܍ ĊDž͇ χ Э·
һഏب a. Ϙε܍Īq(r܍ᔧ뼶 ܍ʐq(r܍ᔧĀǜIJ܍ĪqŨэһഏr܍ᔧ뼷 թ̝̯ ڀҙͱƑĠ뼶 ☲ ☲
ρФ،ತƫχqչΗѴٝr뼶 b. ܍Īq(r܍ᔧ뼷ŗβȼѹʇDž͇
ƧưĞŗ ĊDž͇čЭ·ѹʇ뼷צ֭֫ςበ C Ė D ɖDŽ߽ 뼶
һڅب a. Ϙε܍Īq4r܍ᔧ뼶 ܍ʐq4r܍ᔧĀǜIJ܍ĪqŨэһഏr܍ᔧ뼷 թ̝̯ ڀҙͱƑ 뼶
☲ ☲
ρФ،ತƫχqչΗѴٝr뼶 b. ܍Īq4r܍ᔧ뼷ŗβȼѹʇDž͇
ƧưĞŗ ĊDž͇čЭ·ѹʇ뼷צ֭֫ςበ C Ė D ɖDŽ߽ 뼶
Level Indicat r
ρ ،
123Default setti g
45s ܍Īq(rͱq4r܍ᔧŷ뼷ѹʇρФ،ț܍ ̆Īʍ쨞 샆 샆 샆 샆 샆 샆 샆 샆 샆 쨟 ǨФȼ͓뼶 ... ȯহ ࣆа ᙈ
... . .
Dž͇ Level Indicator ρ ،
12345Default չΗѴٝ setti g
67 9
3

ηȞĀ Ԫ
s ڪ̝ηˀȞΘŕĤڧ뼷ŗŕęՃʇŞ੢ǣͲઈηˀĀভԪ೗Є뼶ĪǚĦ੢ǣηȞ̝ԪʿՃĀҹđॏ௟뼷ĻࣂǷϦҨ뼶 s ηˀĀভԪ೗ЄĈՃ뼶ڪ̝ηˀȞΘŕĤڧ뼷ŗŕęՃʇŞ੢ǣͲઈηˀĀভԪ೗ 뼶
һ ب
֑ٜܳॿʮˌʨnj੶ͱʨ།Ā ڰ
s ܼđŨэһഏηȞ뼷ƲơĝκݯɹʔǽɌ뼶 s ɐჹڒȯČܳॿɟ뼶ƧưܳॿʮĀηȞҎҔ뼷ĻĨĚ֠ s ηȞ˅ɖDŽิȋݦ৊뼷đ৊ӵͱࣥӵ뼶 s țηȞߴ௓ŞǽɌһഏ 뼶
ٍܳॿ஫ɄŠɟƥǍ֜Ū࿲ᎇ뼶ɐțηȞǽƫܳॿʮĀ ַߑͱܳॿ૿뼶 s ॑ŔŠ̗،ĘđԆĘԆФ뼷թΘʓࡻһഏηȞĀʮ 뼶
s ԃĻĨŨэŞŧȯܳॿɟ뼶ƧưܳॿɟǣIJǍŧ৤뼷ͱ͠ ӥ୑Şŧȯܳॿɟ뼷ďĻĨĚśƌ܋njͱʨ།뼶 s ভԪĀˀȞ˅̹ůηˀ໌ͱ̝ڧ੾ƥ׬Āʀɞ̞̒ͱݦ ॿ
৊Č뼶쨞̖ȎĄƬߒnjʔĀη 쨟
njư존ീ҅ s Ħԃʔ׏ɹnj΍Āȸ˫뼷njưŠീ҅đů̝ڧࡩӍ॑Ŕ ӚڰভԪηˀ 쨞ă৊ˍ쨟ƥ׬Āർ൵॑ΛΛ̞Ę뼷թțȺǽɌീư̝ڧ بͱnjư૿ʮ뼶 s ̗ͲɩӢѹ̊ڔĀnjưŠീ҅˅ভԪćܳॿʋĀᘑױ 뼶
s Ħ̹һǬ֥Œ౼տ뼷ɐțηȞߴ௓ŞǽćַߑĘ뼶 s ɐțֈɴĀηȞױĪčŗŷ뼷Ʒ̝ԪŐč뼶Ƨưțֈɴ ĀηȞǽɖܳॿ뼷ܳॿʮĀѹʇĚ΋Ƭ뼷ĒƠκκň̗ ౶خȞŠ ӳ
Ͳٍ֠ηȞઈछȼΘ뼶 s ɐ୫ŻηȞŠ̗،വʐ̹һǬ౼տĀśɣˍŠۃɌˍ뼶 s ǵٯǨĈ౶خȞĀʋ̞̒ĘĝԆĈҏȋĀ̝ԪѹʇŠ̝ Ԫʿ 뼶
ۚצ뼷ηȞďăĨߴ௓Şһ˃뼶 s ɐ୫sˈțηȞǽćһǬśɣˍॶ뼶ĒƠĚڇٍηȞഏ s ɐůӳߑ̝Ԫ٬ 뼶
ʨ
ѡ׬존ʁ존ሆѡ s ɐțȺǽć̗،Ę뼷թ̞Ę̝ڧ੾뼶 s ܼĄęՀĀѡ뼵ʁŠሆѡ뼷ɐțȺǽćַߑĀʮ൫뼶 s ǢƾथٺĀηȞӨݯů̝ڧ੾̞Č뼷ͱțȺǽćݦ৊̗ ، 뼶
·ךĨʔĀ ɟ
s ĒĊՏ̶ĀĨ۷ϥഹʔƧĪʍǨ 뼶
s dzܳॿȫ̒ćʘɣݘČĀŞƶ뼷թ̝̯ʘɣ뼶 s ɐ୫țܳॿǽćїʾsׯĀŞƶͱţɴƭ،Āॶ ˔뼶 s ԃʔॹыŧ 뼶
90 М
mm 50 ਽М mm s ɐțֈɴĀηȞױĪčŗŷ뼷Ʒ̝ԪŐč뼶 s Ħ̹һǬ֥Œ౼տ뼷ɐțηȞߴ௓ŞǽćַߑĘ
300 ਽М m
300 ਽М m
4
ɖ
ѵ
ȶđ Ф
ᆯ౼Īǚ݈Ղ뼷֑ٜʮˌȩǚȇർ൵ʻɫśƌഛൎ s ηůЅᅪĘർնˌɫIJ뼷ɐțƥࠚҎ뼶 s Ԛȏŝů͓ƒҀᖠོĻĨĚٍ֠ܳॿধ˻뼷ȁƦŮĨ̹ ůશࣴļĀುӭůҀᖠོ쨞ْ᏿nj쨟뼶 s Ƨư̹ůλશࣴĀҀོͱ͠λોЪࠚشْ᏿nj뼷צĈĻ Ĩধ׾ܳॿĀർնˌ 뼶

s ഋĪܳॿ஫ɄͱɟĘĀઐɫ뼷Ƨַߑ뼶ůѹnjŠುӭů ҀᖠོʓҀ뼶Ɣŷ뼷ůnjҀʓթ̹ƥٹۛ뼶쨞ŮĈnjưŠ ീַ҅ߑăĄĻƘКĀ쨟 s ܳॿʮˌđů༝ܴćುӭůҀᖠོĀѹnjƏĀҘՀࠚҀ뼶 Ɣŷ뼷ůһnjțْ᏿njોЪࠚٹش뼶 s ܳॿĀʋ࿎ᅪĘ෿ᙓIJ뼷ɐů߃ݜĀҘՀࠚҀ뼶 s ܳॿɟտđůುӭůҀᖠོĀѹnjŠ࠭ݨҀش뼶 s ɐůٹҘࠚᓴߝ̑ǚذ뼶 5, 2 /(/ 5, 2 /(/ 5, 2 / /
ɐͩNj s ɐ୫̹ůˑƺʓॢོͱዳོ쨞Ѕ࿚뼵૰ն뼵ୋʾӻ뼵ޱЅ뼵 ࿩njDž쨟뼷ۚצĻĨٍ֠ܳॿধ˻뼶 s Ă஽౲śǖ۷૜Ǻ뼷ɐDžΰχɹ ŒҙƥŷǞȶĤˈʘ ǖ۷뼶 s ĂՀරඌַߑךȶ MI뼶ȭॿʮ։śͱ౅̩IJɐŇķ૊ ๼뼶 s ćܳॿʮɐ୫̹ˀɄҎҔ뼷ͱůˀɄˑݰ५ਣʮૻ뼶ۚ צĻĨٍ֠ʮૻۂ 뼶
౅̩ ǡ
ࠚᓴٹش๝ţַƏĀnj뼶ࠚٹƥǡ뼷ɐӨκDžΰ ŇIJŗĘ뼷 Ɣŷ౲ś૜Ǻ뼷ȁĦخһ౼տѴѥĄο˩ɴ뼶쨞๝ţַʞǏ лȞĀӺǚ 쨟
๝ ַ
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