Maytag RSW2200 user manual

User manual for the device Maytag RSW2200

Device: Maytag RSW2200
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Date of adding : 2014-05-04 18:35:30
Number of pages: 20
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Model: RSW2700, RSW2400, RSW2200
TABLE OF CONTENTS ABOUT YOUR MAYTAG
Page
InstalLation ................................................. 1 Congratulations on your choice of"a Maytag refrigera-
General Features ...................................... 2 tor! We know you will appreciate the ma W f_atures that
Operating the Controls ........................... 3 provide excellent performance, ease of cleaning, conve-
Adjusting the Interior .............................. .3-5 nience and dependabili_:

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INSTALLATION t:lemo_e and discard the cantilever shelf packing clips if the t]oor is not level and it is neeessary to raise the located just above eaeh shelf where it books onto the rear of thc cabinet, we suggest, rollin(r the rear wheels fi'ame. To remove the plastic clips, wiggle the clips onto apiece ofpI)weod or other shim materiah sideways and pull straight ont. 4. To replace, center the clips in the cut-out areas and Locating Your Refrigerator pnsh in until the hase grille snaps into plac

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GENERAL FEATURES Refrigerator Ice Bin Ice Access Door ,r Lights Temperature Control Freezer Sure-Lock Temperature Shelves Control Dairy Cradle Light Bin Adjl Freezer Shelf Meat/Cheese Drawer Adj Bottle Freezer Retainer Baskets _stable Door Bins Baskets Keeper Crispers -- d t Freezer Basket Base Grille Adjustable Front Rollers Features vary according to model. PAGE 2

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OPERATING THE CONTROLS Your new rcfrigcrator has two controls: one for the refrigerator compartment and one t_r the freezer compartment. These controls are located at the top, rear of the refrigerator compartment. FREEZER REFRIGERATOR I I G COLDESTSE_ING H_;OLDEST SETTING [) INITIAL SETTING 64NITIALSE_ING Initial Setting of Controls ADJUSTING THE Freezer Control: This cuntrol has settings fi'om A (warmest) to G (coldest) Initially set this control to D. I NTE RI O R Sure-Loci( Shelves NOTE: Tile

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Meat/Cheese Drawer Shelf To replace the doorbins: The shelf that holds the Meat/Cheese drawer can be Line up the top of tile bin with tile slides and snap the placed in one of three positions. It is necessary for bin back in place. the air inlet tube at the back of the refrigerator to I line up at the top, middle or bottom of the air slots NOTE: In models with slide-off bins, the daiiT in the back of the Meat/Cheese drawer frame for compartment bin is removable. Due to its shape, it the temperat

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SPECIAL STORAGE AREAS e-P Freezer Shelf Crispers kme The freezer shelf can be removed to aceormnodate The Vari Crisper allows the amount of moisture in the large size packages and tbr eleaning, crisper to be controlled Gr storing either fruits or veg- To remove tile shelf: etables, g 1. Lift up on the shelf and push to the right. 2. Tilt the left side of the shelf up and remove. _ _ To replace the shelf: 1. Tilt the shelf and insert the right rod ends into the upper portion of the oblong holes i

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Meat/Cheese Drawer Covered Dairy Compartment Meat and cheese need to be stored in the coldest part The butter dish is located in the covered daiJy eompart- of the refrigerator to maximize storage time. The ment. Use this area to store butter, margarine, or other Meat/Cheese drawer pro,Ades these colder tempera- dai_y products. To use, raise the cover. tnres because air fi'om the freezer is directed into the drawee Setting the Temperature Control To regulate the amount of cold air entering the Me

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2. Meat and Cheese and place them in the freezer. For the best results when • To maximize storage time place these items in the freezing foods, follow these guidelines: Meat/Cheese drawer. Packaging Foods for Freezing C Fruits and Vegetables * Seleet fresh, top-qnali_" products. • Storage in the crisper drawers traps moisture to help • Use a freezer wrap that is air-, moisture_ and vapor- keep fi'uits and vegetables fresh. Refer to page 5 for proof. Some good choices are heaD,-du _, aluminum [_.

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Food Storage Chart (Storage times vary depending on type of packaging and storage temperatnre.) Butter I 1-'2 weeks 6-9 months Wrap tightly or eo_er. Milk & cream I 1week Not recommended Check carton date. Close tightly: Don't return unused portions to i original container. Don't freeze cream unless whipped. Cream cheese, eheese 1-g weeks Not reeommended Wrap tightl). Some ean be stored lo1 ger. spread & cheese fbod i Cottage cheese ' 5-7 days Not recommended Store ill original carton. Check car

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ICE AND WATER SERVICE Automatic Ice Maker • To cheek the ice level or to gain access to the ice bin, li}}the Ice Access door. Here are some things to keep in mind about the auto- • To remove the ice bin, lift the front of the bin and pull marie ice maker's operation: forward. To avoid the ice maker dumpling ice while the bin is returned, tnm the ice maker o½}" by li{}ing the wire lever. ._ • To replace the ice bin, push it straight back until it stops. Lift it up and oxer the stop, pushing it ba

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To fill a glass or pitcher, position it against the top pot- Spill Tray tion of tile actuator pad and press. Hold the contain- Do not pour water into the grille at the bottom of the er high in the dispenser opening to reduce ice dispenser. This is a spill area, not a drain. Normal spills from spilling, x_ill cxaporatc in the recessed area below the spill shelf grille. Excessive spills should be wiped up after remov- NOTE: When using the tee dispenser for the first tug the grille. time, discard t

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CARE AND CLEANING Refer to the chart on page 13 when cleaning the reffig- To replace the upper refrigerator bulbs: erator. 1. Unplug the refrigerator. 2. Remove the light shield by grasping the bottom of CAUTION: Disconnect the power cord before the shield at each end and pull fb]ward to remove. cleaning. Also, do not touch refrigerated surfaces with wet or damp hands. Damp objects 3. Lift up and remove the shield. stick to the cold metal surfaces. Before cleaning the 4. Unscrew the bulb and rep

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Refrigerator Cleaning Chart No Clean TM commercial-duty Cleaning Agents* Condenser Many dif}_rent cleaning agents are reco,nmended for A clean condenser means more efficient refrigerator the various parts of iVlaytag refi'igerators. The f?_llowing operation. Thanks to the unique design of the No brand names may help you make an appropriate Clean TM condenser there's no longer a need for routine selection: condenser cleaning in normal home usage surroundings• 1. Mild abrasive cleaners such as Bon

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TO AVOID UNNECESSARY SERVICE CALLS..• Beh)re calling a service teehnidan, cheek the ibllowing list fbr possible troubles that you can remedy without dif'tletdty, • the tmnperature control turned to "Off' • the power cord not plugged in • no power at the electrical cord • the circuit breaker tripped or the house fhse blown modern refrigerators are larger and run colder, which requires more running time to provide more stable temperatures • the eontrol set too cold • prolonged door openings • the

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MAYTAG REFRIGERATOR WARRANTY Full One Year Warranty" For one (1) year from the &tte of origimd retail purchase, any part that fails in normal home use will be repaired or replaced free of charge. Ice Maker - when purchased with the refrigerator and installed by the dealer the ice maker will be considered part of the refrigerator for warranty purposes. Limited Warranty- -- Major Refrigeration Components Second thru Fifth Year: After the first year frmn the date of original retail purchase, throug

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MAYTAG REFRIGERATOR WARRANTY Full One Year Warranty For one (1) year from the date of original retail purchase, any part which fails in itm'mai home use will be repaired or replaced free of charge, Ice Maker- when purchased with tile refrigerator and installed by tile dealer the ice maker will be considered part of the refrig- erator for warranty purposes. Limited Warranty -- Major Refrigeration Components Second thru Fifth Year: After the first year from the date of original retail purchase, th

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Refrigerator Cleaning Chart Cleaning Agents* Many different cleaning agents are recommended for the various parts of Maytag refrigerators. The following brand names may help you make an appropriate selection: 1. Mild abrasive cleaners such as Bon Ami, Soft Scrub, Bar Keepers Friend, Cameo. 2. Mild liquid sprays such as Fantastik, Fommla 409. 3. Glass cleaner such as Windex, Glass Plus. 4. Appliance wax such as Jubilee. 5. Cleanbright #27 Liquid Ebony DO NOT USE abrasive cleansing powders such as

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NON-USE PERIODS Vacations Moving If you will be gone for a month or less, leave the When moving, follow steps a-e under Vacations. controls at the usual settings. In addition, remove and carefully pack any items During longer absences: that are easily removable. Ship the refrigerator in an upright position with the doors taped shut. a) remove all food, b) shut offthe ice maker and the valve where you tapped into the water line to supply the refrigerator, c) drain all water from the water dispens

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TO AVOID UNNECESSARY SERVICE CALLS... Before calling a service technician, check the following list for possible troubles that you can remedy without difficulty. • the temperature control turned to "'Off' no power at the electrical cord i the power cord not plugged in the circuit breaker tripped or the house fuse blown running time to provide more stable temperatures modern refrigerators are larger and run colder, which requires more the condenser needs cleaning (see page 13) prolonged door open

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REFRIGERATOR WARRANTY Full One Year Warranty For one (1) year from the date of original retail purchase, any part which fails in normal home use will be repaired or replaced free of charge. Limited Warranty Second thru Fifth Year -- major refrigeration components: After the first year and through the fifth year after the date of original retail purchase Ma>ecagwill repair or replace, at its option, free of charge to the owner for parts and labor any part of the sealed refrigeration system (consi


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