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Operating and Installation Instructions
Congratulations on the purchase of your new refrigerator. With proper care, it will provide you with many years of dependable operation. Please read this Use and Care manual completely before operating your refrigerator. It contains the necessary information to ensure safe, efficient operation. Please note the model number and serial number located on the inside of your refrigerator. If a problem arises, both of these numbers will be required to obtain service. 2
Electrical Safety Information WARNING: Failure to follow these WARNING -For your own safety, read the following instructions before operating warnings may result in electric shock or your refrigerator. Failure to follow these injury. Check serial plate for voltage and instructions may result in personal injury. cycle information. 220 - 240 Volt, 50/60 Hz Destroy or recycle the carton, staples and WARNING: If this does not match your any plastic packing materials after the electrical requireme
Installation Installation The refrigerator should be located away from direct sunlight and heat sources such TO ADJUST THE FRONT ROLLERS as registers, radiators or any cooking 1. Open both doors. products. 2. Remove the toe grille by pulling it straight out. In accordance with ISO standards, your 3. Adjust the rollers by turning each roller refrigerator is performance rated at Class N, adjusting bolt with a wrench until the 16°C to 32°C (61°F to 90°F) or at Class ST, refrigerator is level and s
Temperature Operation Operation Controls Before starting the refrigerator, follow these REFRIGERATOR CONTROLS important steps: Clean the interior thoroughly. The refrigerator controls should be set at midpoint of the dial for a period of 24 Insert the power cord into a properly Leave both doors open to prevent odor hours. After 24 hours, adjust the control if grounded electrical receptacle. DO NOT and mold build-up. needed. To obtain a COLDER temperature, use an extension cord or an adapto
Ice & Water Ice & Water Dispenser Dispenser WATER CONNECTION: AUTOMATIC ICE & WATER CAUTION: Ensure that the ice maker DISPENSER (some models) water supply tube is connected to a safe The ice and water dispenser on the freezer (potable) water pipe only. door conveniently dispenses chilled water and ice. To operate the dispenser, select the CAUTION: Water supply must have a ice option desired using the touch pad, and minimum pressure of 1.4 bars (20 psi) and a press a glass against the dispensing
Ice & Water Filter (some models) This ice and water filter system, filters water to your ice maker and water dispenser. It is located in the upper right back corner of the fresh food compartment (see Figure 3). SYSTEM STARTUP: Water supply does not need to be turned off. However, DO NOT use ice and water dispenser while installing filter. Refer to Figure 3 as you complete these instructions. The filter cartridge has already been installed in the filter housing at the factory. Refer to the “ICE A
Ice & Water Ice & Water Filter Filter continued continued 6. Place filter cartridge in cup. The end with TO CHANGE REAR FILTER: (some the small o-ring should be up, out of models) the cup. Refer to Figure 3 as needed. It is not 7. Screw cup, with filter, back into housing. necessary to turn the water supply off to Filter cartridge will self-align as cup is change filter. tightened. Ensure that cup is completely 1. Set ice maker lever (wire signal arm) to tightened, with the words “Twist To the O
Ice & Water Automatic Ice Filter Maker continued OPERATION OF AUTOMATIC ICE TO CHANGE FRONT FILTER: (some models) MAKER (Some Models) Refer to Figure 4 as needed. It is not neces- If your refrigerator has an automatic ice sary to turn the water supply off to change maker, it will provide a continuous supply of filter. ice. If not factory installed, the ice maker can 1. Set ice maker lever (wire signal arm) to the be purchased as an accessory kit from your OFF (up) position. dealer. 2. Push the F
Food Storage Food Storage continued FROZEN FOOD SECTION FRESH FOOD SECTION Maximum storage time can be attained by use of plastic wrap to prevent drying of SHELVES foods. The coldest storage area is the main Your refrigerator has the convenience of freezer compartment. Door shelves are shelves and storage compartments for a intended for shorter term storage items variety of foods and snacks. Refrigerator such as juices, pastries, and prepared foods. shelves can be easily adjusted to suit your st
Care & Care and Care and Cleaning Cleaning Cleaning continued continued CARE AND CLEANING OF ICE It is important to keep your refrigerator INSIDE DISPENSER: clean to prevent bacteria and odor from Wash the inside of the refrigerator and Clean the dispenser and storage bin forming. freezer with a mild household cleaner or a periodically: solution of 2 tablespoons of baking soda in Remove all food and disconnect the power 1 liter of warm water. Rinse and dry. 1. Stop ice production (raise signal a
Hot or Humid Climates HOT OR HUMID CLIMATES If you are operating your refrigerator in a hot or humid climate it is important to follow these tips. NEVER store uncovered liquids or food in the refrigerator compartment. This causes excessive moisture to enter the evaporator area and may hamper operation. Ensure that the refrigerator door is closed and sealed. Remove any objects that might prevent the door fromclosing completely. Warm temperatures and high humidity affect the way your refrige
Door Removal Door Removal continued TO REMOVE REFRIGERATOR DOOR: If it is necessary to move the refrigerator 1. Remove top hinge cover screw on through narrow doorways, follow these refrigerator door and remove cover. steps to remove the refrigerator and freezer 2. Trace around hinge with soft lead pencil. doors. This will make it easier to realign doors when they are replaced. Before removing doors, ensure that the 3. Remove top hinge and lift refrigerator freezer control is turned to OFF. Remo
Service TIPS TO AVOID A SERVICE CALL You may be able to save a service call by checking the following possible causes FIRST: 1. Ensure that the freezer control knob is at midpoint, not zero. 2. Ensure that the house fuse is not blown or a circuit breaker is not tripped. 3. Ensure that the service cord plug has not been removed or loosened from the wall outlet. 4. Ensure that air circulation in the cabinet is not blocked by overcrowded shelves or by paper or other covering on the shelves. 5. Outs