KitchenAid KSPB22Q user manual

User manual for the device KitchenAid KSPB22Q

Device: KitchenAid KSPB22Q
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Date of adding : 2013-10-26 18:32:56
Number of pages: 28
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KitchenAid"
Kltchen_kld"
No-Frost Refrigerator
Models KSRS22Q KSPS22Q
KSRB22Q KSRS25Q
KSHS22Q KSRB25Q
KSPB22Q
A Note toYou ...................... 2
Impodonl Sofety
Instructions ........................... 3
Paris ond Feolures ............... 4
Installing lhe Refdgerotor ..... 5
Using the Refrigerotor ........... 7
Codng for the
Re_gerotor ........................ 21
Food Sloroge Guide .......... 24
If You Need Assidcr_ce
or Service .......................... 26
wam:z_ ...........................

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.,q Note to You Thank you for buying a KitchenAicl ° home appliance. You have purchased a quality, world-classhome appliance, Years of engineering experience went Into Itsmanufacturing. To ensure that you enjoy many years of trouble-flee operation, we developed thisUse and Care Guide. It Isfullof valuable information on how to operate and maintain your home appliance properly and safely. Please read It carefully. Also, please complete and mall the Ownership RegistrationCard provided with your ho

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Important Safety Instructions To r_3=_:ce the riskof fire, e'.: :_ical shock, or Injury when ,__=!ng the refrigerator, follow .'-=-_-_=!c procautlons Including the following: • Never allow children to operate, play • Read all Instructions before using the with or crawl insidethe refrigerator. refrigerator. • Never clean refrigerator parts with • Child entrapment and suffocations are flammable fluids. The fumes can create a not problems of the past. Junked or abandoned refrigerators are still fir

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Parts and Features Thissection contains captioned Illustrations of your appliance. Use them to become familiar wilh where all pads and features are located and what 1hey look like. Ught Control panel Ught Utilitybucket I Model and i _aiw serial number n compartment label (on side wall) dispensers (number varles Automatic with model) Ice bln Wine/egg rack IIIII Ught n_ IIIII _.,u.a_,° s,.,ona Ill freezer shelf IlUl ,.elves I,,_ IIHI Ught Slide-out freezer Crisper cover Crisper with II. humldlty S

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Installing the Refrigerator In ThisSection Page Page Cleaning the refrigerator .......................... 5 Locatlng the refrigerator properly ............ 6 Plugging In the refrigerator ....................... 5 Leveling the refrigerator ............................ 6 i I If you want your refrigerator to work properly, you need to Install It properly. This section tells you all you need to know to Install your refrigerator. Cleaning the refrigerator IMPORTANT:DO NOT USEsharp Instruments, Clean

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Locating the refrigerator properly 1. Allow 1/2 Inch (1.25 cm) on each side of the refrigerator for ease of Installation. 2. The refrigerator back can be flush against the wall. 3. If _ refrigerator Isto be against a wall, you mlght want to leave ex_a space on the hinge side closest to the wall so the door can be opened wider. Leveling the refrigerator Your refrigerator has 2 front leveling rollers- Rightto raise; one on the left and one on the right. To left to lower adjust one or both of these

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Using the Refrigerator In ThisSection Page Page Setting the controls ................................... 7 Removing the freezer shelf..................... 13 Changlng the control settings ..................8 Removing the freezer baskets ............... 13 Removing the refrlgeratot door blns .......8 Uslngthe Ice maker ................................ 13 Adjusting the bin glldes ............................9 Removing the ice maker storage bln ............................................... 14 Rem

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Changing the control settings Usethe settingslisted In the chart below as a To change the temperature settings, follow the steps below: guideline when adjusting the temperature controls. 1. Adjust the Refrigerator Control first. The following reasons can cause the 2, Walt at least 24 hours before making conditions listed below: further adjustments. Thisglves the • Door opened often refrigerator and/or freezer time to reach the set temperature. • Large amount of food added 3. Adjust the Freezer C

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Adjusting the bin glides Use the blnglldestosecureodd-shaped ItemsInthe door blnsortoseparate other Items. Toadjust lhe glides: I. Grasp gllde. 2. Move glide along bln. Removing the can dispensers Each dispenser holds 5 beverage cans In a convenient place, leaving more shelf space for larger Items. Toremove dlslpenser: I. Uft dlspenser up. 2. Pulldlspenser stralght out. Toreplace dispenser: I. Hold back of dispenserabove desired guide. 2. Pushdispenser back and down untilIt stops. IMPORTANT: Whe

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Adjusting the RollerTracT" shelf The RollerTrac shelf has rollers which allow you to roll the shelf out for easier access to foods stored on the rear of the shelf. To roll shelf out: • Carefully pull front of shelf toward you. To roll shelf in: • Push shelf In until it stops. To remove shelf: 1. Tilt shelf up at front. 2. Uft shelf up at back, 3. Pull shelf straight out. IMPORTANT: Glass shelves are heavy. Handle with care, Toreplace sheff: I. Gulde the rear hooks of the shelf into the shelf sup

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Removing the crispers and cover To remove crispers: 1. Roll crisper out to the stop. 2. Lift crisper front and pull out the rest of the way. To replace crispers: I.Posltlonback crisperrollers between front roller oftrackand trackItself. 2.Push crisperup onto track. 3.Rollcrisperback untilItstops. To remove glass cover: 1. Remove top crisper. 2. 111t cover up at front. 3. lift cover at back and pull straight out, 4. Replace In reverse order. IMPORTANT: Glass shelves are heavy. Handle with care. T

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Adjusting the meat locker temperature control The Meat LockerTemperatureControlallows you toadjustthemeat lockerstorage temperature. Coldalrflowsagalnstthemeat locker throughan openlngbetween thefreezer and therefrigerator. SUde_e controlupor down toallowmore orless coldalrthrough theopenlng.Thishelpskeepthemeat locker colderthantherestoftherefrigerator. Removing the freezer door shelf fronts Remove thefreezerdoorshelffronts for easlercleanlng. Models KSRS22Q, KSRB22Q, KSHS22Q, KSPB22Q, and KSPS

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Removing the freezer shelf To remove the shelf: 1. Uft the fight side of shelf off supports. 2. Slide shelf out of shelf support holes on left side of cabinet. 3. Replace In reverse order. Removing the freezer baskets To remove baskets: 1. Slide basket out to the stop. 2. Oft basket at front to clear the stop. 3. Slide basket out the rest of the way. To replace baskets: I.Place basketon the silcles. 2.Oftbasket atfronttoclearthe stops. 3.Slldebasket InuntilItstops. Using the ice maker To start I

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Removing the ice maker storage bin The icemaker storage binholdsup to 8.5pounds (3.8kg)ofIce.Remove unused Ice perlodicallytoreduce the potentialfor off-tasteorodor bulld-upInIce. IMPORTANT: The first few batches ofIcefrom the Ice maker may have an off-taste. ThlsIs from new plumbing and parts.Throw the first few batches ofIceaway and make a new supply. To remove storagebln: Remove thestorage blntosupplylarge quanfitiesofIceorforcleanlng. Panel I.Pullthe coverlng panel out from the bottom and sl

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Using the cold water and ice dispensers PersonalInjury Hazard Tumbling Ice and pressure can break a ffaglle glass. Usea sturdyglasswhen dispensing ice or water. Failureto do so could resultin personal Injuryor breakage. The ice dispenser Ice dispensesfrom the Ice maker storage bin in the freezer. When the dispenser bar is pressed, a trapdoor opens In a chute between the dispenser and the Ice bin. Ice moves from the bin and falls through the chute. When the dispenser bar is released, a buzzing so

Summary of the content on the page No. 16

The cold water dispenser Chilled water comes from a 50 oz. (1.5 L) tank behind the crisper drawers. Allow about 24 hours to chill the first tankful of water. When the refrigerator Isfirst hooked up, press the water dispenser bar until you draw and discard 2 to 3 quads (1.9 to 2.9 L)of water. ThIsremoves the air In the systemand rinses the water tank and pipes. If the dIspenser Isnot used regularly, dIspense enough water eve_, week to freshen the supply. Allow 2 to 3 hours for a new supply of wat

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Dispenser/ice maker operating tips PROBLEM CAUSE SOLUTION Dbpensers won't work * Freezer door open * Close the freezer door. Ice dispenser won't •IceblnnotproperlyInstalled • Make sure Ice bin is pushed In work all the way. •Wrong IceInbln • Use only crescents from Ice maker. Shake Ice bin occasionally to keep cubes separated and to obtain increased storage capacity. • Dispenser not used for • Dump old ice and make a new extended periods of time, supply. causing Ice cubes to melt together Ice dl

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Removing the base grille Condenser coils To remove base grille: I 1. Open both doors. 2. Pull base grille forward to release the Metal clips support tabs from the metal clips. 3. Do not remove Tech Sheet fastened behlnd the base grllle, To replace base grille: B_ 1. Line up base grille support tabs with metal Defrost pan clips. Support labs 2. Push base grille firmly to snap Into place. 3. Close the doors. See cleaning Instructionsfor defrost pan and condenser coils on page 22. Removing the defr

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Changing the light bulbs Electrlcal Shock Hazard Before removing a light bulb, elther unplug the refrigerator or dlsconnect the elecJTlclty leading to the refrigerator at the main power supply. Failure to do so could result In personal Injury or electrical shock. To change refrlgerator llght: I. Disconnect refrigerator from power supply, 2. Reach behind Control Console to remove bulb. i .o-i 3. Remove bulb and replace with a 40-watt tubular appllance bulb. IV_/__Refrlgerator 4. Reconnect refrige

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IMPORTANT:Not all commercial appliance To change dispenser light: bulbs will fit your refrigerator. Be sureto I. Disconnect refrigerator from power supply. replace a bulb with one of the same size and 2. Reach through front of dispenser area to shape. bulb. 3. Remove bulb and replace with a heavy- duty tO-watt bulb. 4. Reconnect refrigerator to power supply. Understanding the sounds you may hear Your new refrigerator may make different The following chart describes the kinds of sounds than your


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