GE 49-6514 user manual

User manual for the device GE 49-6514

Device: GE 49-6514
Size: 3,28 MB
Date of adding : 2014-02-02 18:26:18
Number of pages: 15
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Summary of the content on the page No. 1

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Help Us helpymRIB•• Energy-Saving Tips .,, . . . . . ...2 kmi this bookUWd’diy, ImportantSafetyInstructions.. ..3 It is intendec! tohelpyouoperam andmaintainyournewrefrigerator You’ll seethemonalabelat dw HowtoConnectElectricity. ..3.4 properly. bottom,just insi(icthefreshfood InstaUaticm Requirements,. ...3.4 compartment door, Keepithandyforanswerstoyour HowtoAdjustRoIlers . . . , , , , , ,4 questions. Thesenumbersarcalsoonthe HowtoSetTemperature ConsumerProductOwnership Controls. . . . . . . .

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appliarw,always kxerciseba;ic safetyprecautions, including the following: intemkxll pwpixwas describedin partsoftheejectormechanism,or thisUseandCareBook. b mm toIW’tM.Wd? the doom l%k withtheheatingeiernentthat willreduce thepossibilityof releasesthecubes, ~TM refrigerator must be dangertochildren, propm%y hMaiM in accordance @ JJQ#t~&~~~@ fjro~~f~o* withthehM$@Mi4.m Ii@wctims @ Unplugyourrd’r@m@or: whichhavethm’w?d< cm’npMXJly. beforeitis used.fleegrotindirkg TheUnitedStatesDepartmentof A, Bef

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—— St?ded snackPack - (onmodels sow@pped) — — ~ TheSealed SW&Pack-andattached — — shelf—am berelocated withinfresh — fti comparhmml, Thesealed drawer -W. retainshighhumidity forconvenient — stomge ofmeats,cheese,bwm, hors — — d’oeuvres, spreadsandsnacks, —. — CooI’ll IFkesh Drawer Mjm”mmp Drawer ----- -. = (m models w equipped) — (m moddssoeqdpped} ——. Drawer Removal Thisrefi-igerated drawerisdesigned Thisdrawerhasanadjustable two- I#E$l- toprovide temporary lowerhumidity Drawersstopbeforecoming

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—- ... shelves Howtorearm~e spm?makerTM Door {onmodels soequipped) yourshelves ShelvesondoorsofGeneral Adjm@bIe SheIves in Electricrefrigerators provide convenient storagefor frequently FreshFoodCompamment useditems. Shelves inthefi-esh foodcompartment areadjustableinanycombination, enablingyouto makeefficientshelf arrangements tofityourfamily’s Ccmking-serving-storage dishes withLexan@ see”through lidsfit foodstorageneeds. intoa slide-outtraythat, together withtheshelfto whichitattaches, canbe

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Oubide Otherpartsoftherefrigerator– including doorgaskets,meatand ‘I%e door handlesandtrimcanbe vegetabie drawers,icestorage ckxmd witha clothdampened with binandallplasticparts–can be a solution cleanedthesameway,Donot detergent andwater.Drywitha soft usecleansingpowders or other cloth.Don’tusewaxonthedoor abmsivecleaners. handlesor trim. I&p the finishclean. Wipewith a cleancloth,lightlydampened ‘Iio replacea lightbulb,unplug withkitchenappliancewaxor mild the refriger

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RapidElectrical Di~nosis —- Yourrefrigerator iswiredforaccurate electrical dingnmisinyourhome-mkes onlyminutesfor8servicetechnician to Questiom? checkitsentimehxtrical system. NoneedM 13W T~~ fioblem Solver thetechnician tounplug,moveorunload therefrigerator tomakethediagnosis. PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE ANDREMEDY @ &faybein d&-~~t qc]~ W~en ~ot~r d~e~notop~rateforabout35minutes, *Tkq3eraturecontmiin OFFposition, ‘~N’interimlightisnoton, refrigeratormaynotbepluggedinatwalloutlet, @Ifplugis secureand

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—. PIN’EM.JEM IPOISSIUILE CAUSE ANDREMEDY . @ Ncmmd air flowcoolingmotor.[nthere?igeration pri]cess,it isnwrtnal thatheatbe expelledintheareaundertherefrigemw Smnefloorcoverings willdiscolorat these normalandsafeoperating temperatures, Yow+@w coveringsuppliershouidbe consulted ifyouobject@thisdkwkmtim. . —. FRESHFOOD * Tmnpmature controlnotsetcoldenough.RefertoT13MPERATURE CONTROLS ORFREEZER onpage5, fXXVU?ARTMliNI’ @ W“ weather—frequent dooropenings. TEMPERATURE @ Doorleftopenfar toolonga time.

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...-. —- .. If YouNeedservice oobtainservice,seeyourwarranty onthebackpageofthisbook. We’re proudofourserviceand wantyoutobepleased.If forsome reasonyouarenothappywiththe serviceyoureceive,herearethree stepstofoHow forlimtherhelp, FUWI’, contactthepeoplewho servicedyourappliance.Explain whyyouarenotpleased.Inmost cases,thiswillsolvetheproblem. NEXT,if youarestillnotpleased, writeallthedetails-including your phonenumber—to: Manager,ConsumerRelations GeneralElectric AppliancePark Louisville,Kentuc

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—.. This warrantyh extended tci the –=—= i:. ,, ,.- ., ..- 1, . . . IS : ,s. II* ,. ,. ;: . ,. ,. . IiZ .. . 11. ,. ,. :: . ,. .. . II z ,.. II a ,, ,. ::. ,, ,.. ..- 11- ,,. !! . II ,, 11 !,. ,, ... 11- !!.= 1!* II ,, - ,, -. ,1 . ,, — ,.. 11: Ilk. II: ,, -. ,, - II = ,, “ ,. — ,,, 11: ,,- II x t,E ,, - ..— ~ fledacwnent d house fuses ,., llY- or resetting of circuit breakers. mii~ - ;;~- !1 x ~:._ o Failureof the productif it is usedfor otherthan its intended ~~~ IIa purposeor usedmnmercially.

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