GE General Electric Refrigerator TFJ25PR user manual

User manual for the device GE General Electric Refrigerator TFJ25PR

Device: GE General Electric Refrigerator TFJ25PR
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Date of adding : 2014-10-20 18:47:00
Number of pages: 36
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GE Refrigerators
Table of Contents
LARGE FREEZER/
Instructions for Safe Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1–7
GE REFRIGERATOR
OPERATIONS GUIDE
Part Names . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8, 9
MODEL NAMES/HOME APPLIANCE
Specifications—External Dimensions . . . . . . . . .10–12
Instructions for Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
TFJ20JR TFJ30PF
Instructions for Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
TFJ30PR TFJ28PF
TPJ24BR TPJ

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR SAFE OPERATION • Please read these safety cautions carefully and operate the refrigerator correctly. • Please make sure to heed the safety cautions listed here, for they contain important information. Caution indicators and their meanings are as follows: This sign indicates that there is a high probability of causing death DANGER or serious injury to the operator, if mishandled. This sign indicates that there is a possibility of causing death or WARNING serious injury to the ope

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR SAFE OPERATION (continued) WARNING • DANGER OF STARTING Under no circumstances should you disassemble, repair, or modify FIRE (OR MAY CAUSE ABNORMAL OPERATION). anything. DO NOT DISASSEMBLE • DANGER OF FIRE Use regulation 15A only for dedicated Power Standard 15A wall outlet for the refrigerator. FROM OVER-HEATING source wall outlet AC 100V IF OUTLET IS SHARED WITH OTHER APPLIANCES. DEDICATED OUTLET • DO NOT HANDLE PLUG When cleaning, unplug the power plug from the wall outl

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR SAFE OPERATION (continued) WARNING • DANGER OF Connect grounding wire. Confirm the MALFUNCTION OR ground wire SHORT CIRCUIT. • PLEASE CONSULT DEALERSHIP WHEN CONNECTING CONNECT GROUNDING GROUNDING. • DANGER OF RUPTURED Do not install in a location where freezing is possible. HOSES, PIPES, VALVES, ETC., LEAKING WATER. DO NOT INSTALL • SUBSTANCES REQUIRING Do not store medicines or scientific specimens in refrigerator. STRICT TEMPERATURE CONTROL SHOULD NOT BE STORED IN A HOME REFR

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR SAFE OPERATION (continued) WARNING • DANGER OF FIRE BY Do not use flammable sprays (hair spray, insecticide, etc.) near IGNITION. refrigerator. DO NOT USE • DANGER OF INJURY Do not place heavy objects on top of refrigerator. CAUSED BY FALLING OBJECTS WHEN DOOR IS OPENED AND CLOSED. DO NOT • DANGER OF FIRE Do not place a container with water on top of refrigerator. CAUSED BY SHORT CIRCUIT DUE TO DETERIORATION OF ELECTRICAL INSULATION BY SPILLED WATER. DO NOT • IT IS DANGEROUS IF

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR SAFE OPERATION (continued) WARNING • COULD RESULT IN Secure the refrigerator in place to prevent it from toppling over during an INJURIES IF THE REFRIGERATOR earthquake. TOPPLES OVER. PREVENT FROM TOPPLING OVER • DANGER OF CAUSING The adjustable shelves and baskets should be attached securely to INJURIES DUE TO SHELVES COMING LOOSE designated points in the refrigerator. AND FALLING IF NOT SECURELY ATTACHED. ATTACH SHELVES SECURELY • UNIT MAY LEAK IF NOT Piping for the icemaker

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR SAFE OPERATION (continued) CAUTION • POSSIBILITY OF Do not use a damaged cord, power plug, or loose wall outlet. ELECTRIC SHOCK, SHORT CIRCUIT, OR FIRE. NO! DO NOT USE • DO NOT DAMAGE, BREAK, Do not damage the electric ALTER, FORCIBLY BEND, power cord. PULL, TWIST, OR BUNDLE THE ELECTRIC POWER CORD. DO NOT PLACE A HEAVY OBJECT ON IT, CRIMP IT, OR ALTER IT IN ANY WAY. • A BROKEN CORD MAY CAUSE DO NOT DAMAGE FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK. • INSULATION WILL Install the refrigerator in

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Operations Guide INSTRUCTIONS FOR SAFE OPERATION (continued) CAUTION • DANGER OF INJURIES BY Hire professional movers to move the ATTEMPTING TO MOVE THE refrigerator, because it is heavy and REFRIGERATOR YOURSELF. dangerous to move. • CONSULT YOUR DEALERSHIP OR A PROFESSIONAL MOVER TO TRANSPORT THE REFRIGERATOR. EMPLOY PROFESSIONAL MOVERS • FREEZING Do not touch food or containers TEMPERATURES MAY (metallic) inside the freezer CAUSE FREEZER BURN. compartment with wet hands. DO NOT TOUCH • INSTA

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PART NAMES TFJ28PF, TFJ30PF, TPJ24PF Freezer Compartment Refrigerator Compartment 1 1 3 5 7 9 1 3 5 7 9 14 1 6 7 6 Icemaker Compartment Temperature Control Dial (with inspection door) 7 Internal Lamps (built-in icemaker) 8 Quick-Serve Shelf (with 2 8 2 Compartment Shelves 2 or 4 serving dishes) 5 15 (3 levels) 9 Internal Shelf (3 levels) 10 3 Large Freezer Basket 10 Wine Rack 4 Door Pockets (4 levels) 19 11 Airtight Snack Case 9 5 Custom Dispenser 12 High Humidity Vegetable (back side) (ice co

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PART NAMES (continued) TFJ20JR Freezer Compartment Refrigerator Compartment 6 7 1 11 1 Icemaker Compartment 6 Temperature Control Dial (with inspection door) 7 Internal Lamps (built-in icemaker) 8 Internal Shelf (3 levels) 2 Compartment Shelves 5 8 High Humidity Vegetable 9 (3 levels) Compartment 2 3 Large Freezer Basket 10 Chilling/Vegetable 12 15 4 Door Pockets (5 levels) Compartment 5 Custom Dispenser (back 4 11 Astro-Door (flip door) side) (ice cold water Type Utility Compartment dispenser)

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SPECIFICATIONS UNITS TFJ30PF TFJ30PR TFJ28PF TFJ28PR TFJ25PR TPJ24PF TPJ24PR/BR TFJ22PR TFJ20JR USEFUL TOTAL (L) 806 806 764 764 686 630 630 588 531 VOLUME FREEZER (L) 301 301 284 284 243 229 229 175 175 FRESH FOOD (L) 505 505 480 480 443 401 401 413 356 ELECTRICAL VOLTAGE (V) SINGLE PHASE 100/100 POWER FREQUENCY (Hz) 50/60 SOURCE MOTORS (W) 247/238 247/238 247/238 247/238 252/245 248/233 248/233 243/231 241/228 HEATERS (W) 675/675 675/675 675/675 675/675 675/675 675/675 675/675 595/595 595/595

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EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS 905 915 TFJ30PF 155 750 TFJ30PR Top Side (Units: mm) View View 295 385 870 915 TFJ28PF 120 750 TFJ28PR Top Side (Units: mm) View View 295 385 765 915 TPJ24PF 120 645 TPJ24PR TPJ24BR Top Side View View (Units: mm) 295 385 11 Read Before Using 1045 1150 1150 725 830 875 675 780 825 50 50 50 70 605 70 710 115 710 1185 1290 1290 1775 1775 1775

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EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS (continued) 875 915 TFJ25PR 150 725 (Units: mm) Top Side View View 280 470 840 850 TFJ22PR 725 115 (Units: mm) Top Side View View 270 470 830 800 TFJ20JR 105 725 (Units: mm) Top Side View View 270 400 12 1065 1065 1150 840 840 845 795 795 795 45 45 50 70 725 70 725 70 725 1227 1278 1290 1720 1720 1775 Read Before Using

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION 1 5 Refrigerator should be installed on a firm and Install in a low-humidity location. level floor. An electrical short circuit or rusting may occur. If it is necessary to install in a washroom or on a damp floor, be sure to provide gaps by placing the refrigerator on some sort of blocks. Straight! CAUTION: This type of refrigerator uses forced fan cooling. Therefore, to prevent If the floor is not firm, noise reduction in the cooling capacity, place the or vibrati

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR OPERATION CAUTION DURING POWER OUTAGE 1 Sudden interruption of electricity • Limit the frequency of opening and closing the door. If the door is kept closed, the refrigerator should maintain its temperature for approximately 2 hours and the freezer for approximately 1 hour. For expected outage • Accumulate a lot of ice. The refrigerator can be maintained by cooling with ice. • The refrigerator can be maintained longer if it is cooled for 2–3 hours prior to a blackout by setting

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OPERATION OF TEMPERATURE CONTROL DIALS SET AT POSITION “5” FOR NORMAL USE 1 Refrigerator Freezer Compartment Compartment 9 3 5 7 1 (or) Warm 9 5 7 1 3 Cold FREEZER COMPARTMENT 2 Dial Setting Temperature Operations The freezer temperature is adjusted by moving the dials as shown in the diagrams. 1 HIGH Food is to be 3 stored for Set dial at “5” for normal operation. shorter periods If the dial is set at “1,” temperature of the freezer is of time. increased. 5 MEDIUM Normal If the dial is set at

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INTERIOR TEMPERATURE CONTROL NOTICE: NEW FREEZING ROOM TEMPERATURE FEATURE YOUR REFRIGERATOR HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO INCLUDE A FEATURE THAT WILL PREVENT THE CONTENTS OF THE REFRIGERATOR COMPARTMENT FROM FREEZING, EVEN IF THE ROOM TEMPERATURE IS BELOW FREEZING. THIS IS A TOTALLY AUTOMATIC SYSTEM AND WILL REQUIRE NO ACTION ON YOUR PART. THIS SYSTEM PROVIDES THIS FEATURE BY PERIODICALLY TURNING THE LIGHTS IN THE REFRIGERATOR COMPARTMENT ON AND OFF. THE WARMTH FROM THESE LIGHTS WILL AUTOMATICALLY KEEP

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INTERIOR TEMPERATURE CONTROL (continued) NORMAL OPERATION 1 FREEZER REFRIGERATOR For normal operation, set the dials as shown below: COMPARTMENT COMPARTMENT 7 9 1 3 5 (or) Refrigerator Freezer Compartment Compartment 5 7 9 1 3 ADDITIONAL COOLING ON REFRIGERATOR COMPARTMENT SIDE 2 FREEZER REFRIGERATOR Use this setting when food is to be stored at low COMPARTMENT COMPARTMENT temperatures. This setting is likely to be frequently used during warmer months. Temperature dials should be set at 7–9, as

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INTERIOR TEMPERATURE CONTROL (continued) ADDITIONAL COOLING ON FREEZER COMPARTMENT SIDE 3 FREEZER REFRIGERATOR Use this setting when food is to be stored for longer periods COMPARTMENT COMPARTMENT of time. 7 9 1 3 5 (or) Refrigerator Freezer Compartment Compartment 9 1 3 5 7 A SMALL AMOUNT OF FOOD IS STORED 4 FREEZER REFRIGERATOR Use this setting when food is to be stored at warmer COMPARTMENT COMPARTMENT temperatures. 7 9 1 3 5 (or) Refrigerator Freezer Compartment Compartment 9 1 3 5 7 18 Oper

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OPERATION OF THE CUSTOM DISPENSER (THE CUSTOM DISPENSER REQUIRES A WATER SUPPLY PIPING SYSTEM INSTALLATION.) The custom dispenser is a unique GE feature that allows dispensing of ICE CUBES, CRUSHED ICE, and COLD WATER by touch key or by a pad switch without the door being opened. (1) OPERATION OF TFJ30PF, TFJ28PF & TPJ24PF TYPE CUSTOM DISPENSER 1. DISPENSING ICE CUBES Light When the Touch Key Sign is lightly pushed, a green light will Switch Push the come on with a “beep” sound. Large ice cubes


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