Very clear scan, I recommend it. Definitely a must have for any 3362 owner.
Alpine could have written a slightly more complete manual, though. It's already pretty huge, but the unit has so many functions, I feel some more explanation would have been better.
Yamaha's manual of their comparable YDSP-1 is a little better in my opinion.
Correct manual received and of good quality but the contents of the file for the Service Manual for the same monitor is for a 20" TV not the RGB Monitor.
Text excerpt from page 8 (click to view)
Temperature memory The temperature memory shows when an alarm has been triggered in the cabinet. The temperature memory operates as follows: When the temperature inside the freezer again falls below -11Â°C the audible alarm stops. The temperature display and the red warning lamp will flash to indicate than an alarm was triggered. When the alarm shut-off button is pressed, the display then displays the warmest temperature inside the cabinet during the alarm phase and the display stops flashing. By referring to the temperature display indication, it is possible to decide whether or not to discard the products inside the freezer. At about -12Â°C: Most food products can be immediately re-frozen. Ice cream is especially sensitive to temperature changes and should be consumed as soon as possible. At -9Â° -- -2Â°C: Food products should be prepared (cooked) prior to eating or re-freezing them.
You need not press the fast-freezing button when freezing smaller quantities of food during any 24-hour period. In all other cases, press the fast-freezing button approx. 24 hours prior to placing the food in the freezer. Fast-freezing is automatically switched of 48 hours after the button has been pressed. Fast-freezing can be discontinued by pressing the fast-freezing button once again. The yellow fast-freezing lamp remains lit as long as the fast-freezing button is engaged. A" (ACTION FREEZE) is displayed in the temperature display. Practical advice on freezing Â· When freezing products, use the top shelf, and if necessary the shelf beneth as this is the coldest part. . Â· When freezing large amounts of food/provisions, the accumulator moves to the tray/space nearest to the lower freezing shelf. - Place the foods directly on the freezer shelves. Â· Spread out the products as much as possible to allow air to circulate between them. Â· Do not place food products which are to be frozen directly against other frozen food. The heat from the unfrozen food may cause the frozen food to thaw on the surface. Â· Once frozen, re-arrange the products and put them as close as possible to each other. The food will then stay cold longer in the event of a power failure.
Check that the cabinet is operating and keeps the set temperature one day after switching it on for the first time. Only after then should the freezer be used to freeze fresh foodstuff.