Maytag Bottom Freezer Refrigerator AFD2535DEW user manual

User manual for the device Maytag Bottom Freezer Refrigerator AFD2535DEW

Device: Maytag Bottom Freezer Refrigerator AFD2535DEW
Size: 5,64 MB
Date of adding : 2014-08-14 18:35:01
Number of pages: 80
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Owner’s Manual
Keep instructions for future reference.
Keep this manual and your sales receipt together in a safe place
in case warranty service is required.
Introduction .................................................................2
Important Safety Information ......................................3
Installing Your Refrigerator ....................................4-11
Measuring the Opening ............................................4
Transporting Your Refrigerator ............

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Thank you for buying an amana refrigerator! Please read this Owner's Manual thoroughly. This manual provides proper maintenance Asure™ extended information. Complete registration card and promptly return. If registration card is missing, see service plan contact information on the front cover of your manual. Amana offers long-term service protec- Warranty service must be performed by an authorized servicer. Amana also tion for this new refrigerator. Asure™ recommends contacting an authorized s

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Important safety information RECOGNIZE SAFETY DANGER What you need to know SYMBOLS, WORDS, To reduce risk of injury or death, LABELS about safety follow basic precautions, including the following: instructions DANGER IMPORTANT: Child entrapment and DANGER – Immediate hazards which Warning and Important Safety suffocation are not problems of the WILL result in severe personal injury Instructions appearing in this manual are past. Junked or abandoned refrigera- or death. not meant to cover all po

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Installing your refrigerator These instructions are provided to aid 2. Remove toe grille and bottom bracket Selecting the best you in the installation of your refrigerator. cover(s). Amana cannot be responsible for •Open freezer door as wide as location improper installation. possible. Observe these points when choosing the •Depending on the model of your final location for your refrigerator: refrigerator, you may have one or ➢ DO NOT install refrigerator near oven, Measuring the opening two bra

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3. Remove door stop DOORS WITH CURVED How to reverse the from fresh food CONTOUR DESIGN door with Phillips 1. Perform all steps listed in How to doors screwdriver. Remove the Doors and Hinges 4. Remove bottom door trim by removing (page 4). STANDARD DOOR DESIGN 4 Phillips screws. Lift handle corner of 1. Perform all steps listed in How to 2. Transfer cabinet trim and slide toward hinge edge of Remove the plugs and screws to door. Doors and Hinges opposite side of 5. Remove top door trim by remov

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Installing your refrigerator, cont. Installing Stainless Steel Removing Stainless Steel How to install and Front-Mounted Handles Front-Mounted Handles 1. Loosen one door clip on 1. Remove screw plug at remove handles 1 door with ⁄4" hex head driver. base of handle with a very For easier installation, some refrigerators small flat-blade screw- 2. Locate predrilled hole may have been delivered with the han- driver. at base of handle, and dles off. Please see the interior of the 1 fit hollow end

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3.For freezer door 4. Place hinge side of refrigerator door How to replace the models only: Place on center hinge pin. hinge side of freezer 5. While holding refrigerator doors and hinges door on bottom hinge door upright, tighten pin and hold freezer door upright while 5 1. Install hinge assemblies. down top hinge with ⁄16" 5 installing center hinge pin with ⁄16" hex 5 hex head driver and • Install top hinge loosely with ⁄16" hex head driver. replace hinge cover. head screws. • Replace any appl

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Installing your refrigerator, cont. 3. Pull drawer open to full extension. 3. Lower door into final position. How to remove and 4. Remove Phillips screw from each side of rail system. (Some models) install the pullout drawer DANGER To prevent accidental child entrap- ment or suffocation risk, DO NOT remove the divider in the top freezer basket. WARNING 4. With drawer pulled out to full exten- 5. Lift top of door to unhook door sup- sion, insert lower basket by aligning To avoid electrical shock

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4. Place end of copper tub- MATERIALS NEEDED How to connect the ing into water valve inlet 1 ➢ ⁄4" outer diameter flexible copper port. Shape tubing tubing water supply slightly – DO NOT KINK – 1 ➢ Shut-off valve (requires a ⁄4" hole to be so that tubing feeds WARNING drilled into water supply before valve straight into inlet port. attachment) To reduce the risk of injury or 5. Slide brass nut over sleeve death, follow basic precautions, ➢ Adjustable wrench and screw nut into inlet port. includ

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Installing your refrigerator, cont. 4. Using a level, make sure front of MATERIALS NEEDED 1 1 How to level your refrigerator is ⁄4" (6 mm) or ⁄2 bubble 3 ➢ ⁄8" hex head driver higher than back of refrigerator. refrigerator ➢ Level • See leveling step 3 for assistance. If your refrigerator requires an ice maker 1. Move refrigerator to final location and 5.Replace toe grille and bracket water supply connection, proceed to How plug in power cord. cover(s). See markings on inside of to Connect the W

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How to adjust the temperature controls The controls are located at the top front of the refrigerator and freezer compartments. NOTE: The freezer control turns the cooling system on. Neither section will cool if freezer control is set to OFF. Refrigerator Control Freezer Control This refrigerator is designed to operate at 4. Check to see that fresh food section is a household temperature of 55° to 110° F 38° to 40° F (3° to 4° C). How to perform a (13° to 43° C). For initial temperature •Turn c

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About your water filter... INITIAL INSTALL OF WHEN DO I CHANGE THE Water filter removal and WATER FILTER WATER FILTER? 1. Remove blue bypass cap and retain The filter should be changed approxi- installation for later use. mately every 6 months. WARNING IMPORTANT: Condition of water and To avoid serious illness or death, do amount used determines life span of not use refrigerator where water is water filter cartridge. If water use is high, unsafe or of unknown quality without or if water is of p

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Fresh food features SPILLSAVER™ Water dispenser Door storage (SOME MODELS) (SOME MODELS) Spillsaver™ Stationary DAIRY CENTER The Water Dispenser Shelves hold simple The Dairy Center is located on the left spills for easier cleaning. provides convenient side wall of the fresh ➢ To remove shelves, lift up storage for items food section. This and out. such as butter, design is for cold yogurt, cheese, etc. water dispensing only. ➢ To install shelves, reverse above This compartment is an adjustable

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Fresh food features, cont. To remove and install drawers: TEMPERATURE- Climate-controlled CONTROLLED DRAWER ➢ To remove drawer, pull drawer out to full extension. Tilt up front of drawer (SOME MODELS) drawers and pull straight out. Chef's Pantry™ HUMIDITY-CONTROLLED ➢ To install, insert drawer into frame rails The Chef's Pantry™ system provides a and push back into place. CRISPER DRAWERS drawer with a variable temperature (SOME MODELS) control that keeps the compartment The Crisper Drawer colder

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WINE TRIVET/CAN RACK PANTRY DIVIDER Accessories (SOME MODELS) (SOME MODELS) The Wine Trivet/ The Pantry Divider GRIP PADS Can Rack acces- is used to organize (SOME MODELS) sory fits in the the Chef's Pantry™ into sections, and The Grip Pads pre- bottom of most draw- features a collapsible joint on the front vent objects from sliding in er assemblies. edge to ensure a snug fit. the door bucket. Grip pads are removable Bottles can be laid NOTE: For easiest installation and and are top-rack dishwas

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Freezer features Automatic ice maker Shelves Drawers (SOME MODELS) ICE SERVICE RACK WIRE BASKET CAUTION To install and To remove and install basket: remove rack: To avoid property damage, observe ➢ To remove the following: ➢ To install, slide basket, pull L-shaped 1 basket out to ➢ Do not force ice maker arm down groove of shelf full exten- 2 or up. down over back sion. Tilt up ➢ Do not place or store anything in wall screw. Push rack back until screw front of basket and pull straight out. ice s

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Door storage Accessories FIXED DOOR SHELF ICE CUBE TRAY (SOME MODELS) The Fixed Door Shelf provides con- The Ice Cube Tray venient storage for provides an area to frozen food items in freeze cubes for freezer door. manual dispensing of ice. To remove and install door shelf: To release ice cubes from tray, hold tray upside down over a storage container ➢ To remove shelf, lift assembly from and twist both ends of tray until cubes side liner tabs and pull out. release. ➢ To install, fit ends of she

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Hints and care How to clean your refrigerator WARNING CAUTION To avoid electrical shock which can To avoid personal injury or property damage, observe the following: cause severe personal injury or death, • Read and follow manufacturer’s directions for all cleaning products. disconnect power to refrigerator before cleaning. After cleaning, con- • DO NOT place buckets, shelves or accessories in dishwasher. Cracking or warp- nect power. ing of accessories may result. PART DO NOT USE DO Textured Do

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How to remove odors Energy saving ideas How to remove and ➢ When placing refrigerator into final from refrigerator replace light bulbs 1 position, allow for ⁄2" clearance around ➢ Remove all food. the top and sides of the refrigerator to WARNING supply ample ventilation for optimum ➢ Disconnect refrigerator. To avoid electrical shock which can energy efficiency. cause severe personal injury or death, ➢ Clean the following items using the ➢ Avoid overcrowding refrigerator disconnect power to refr

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Trouble shooting Today’s refrigerators have new features and are more energy efficient. Foam insulation is very energy efficient and has excellent insu- lating capabilities, however, foam insulation is not as sound absorbent. As a result, certain sounds may be unfamiliar. In time, these sounds will become familiar. Please refer to this information before calling service. TOPIC POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTION Clicking ➢ Freezer control (A) clicks when ➢ Normal operation starting or stopping compressor. ➢

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