Whirlpool ET12DC Specifications

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Model ET12DC
and
Model ET14DC
, rreerers.
Aelr~geratar-Freezers
Ice Makers
Dlshwasherr
BUIU In Ovens
and Surface
Units.
Ranges
Microwave
Ovens
Trash Compactors
Room Air Condllloners
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Please read this
Use and Care Guide
before you do anything
else.. .
This booklet
tells you how to start your refrigclean
it move
shelves
and adjust
conerator,
trols. It even tells you what new sounds to expect
from your refrigerator
Treat your new refrtgerator
with cure
Use it
only
to do what
home
refrigerators
ore designed
to do.
Parts and feature
Juice
Can
Rack
Egg
Ice Cube
A
HNest
Trays
Butter
/Compartment
Light Temperature
Control
-’
Power Saving
Control
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Model and
Serial Number
Plate
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Leveliing
Leg
Copy j’our Model and Serial Numbers
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nas,e tills ir,tTxr’ 7tlor ready
1, Complete
plate
2.
locoie:d
Purchase
c~ call
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a quest/on,
Model
Utn;lel arld Ser ai Numbers
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here...
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Number
the
Serial
Number
from sales slip
Purchase
Copy this Informotlor’
‘II these
book,
vour ‘warranty
on-l sales
handy place
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Date
spaces.
Keep this
slip together
In a
Service
Company
and Telephone
Number
Contents
Page
Page
BEFORE YOU PLUG IT IN
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Remove Shrpprng B!ock
install Prtiperly
~evc~i Refriqerator
Freezer
Remove <ales Labels
Ciean Ii
Plug It In
USING YOUR REFRIGERATOR
Setting tte Control
; #.:wer S(lvina Control
Adtusttnq the Shelves
Rerno\/rr-q
Crisper and Crisper
Cover
C.hang~r,~~ the Lrght Bulb
ICP Cubt Travs
SoundsYou
May Hear
Energy Saving lips
CLEANING
Defrostrng
Cleaning
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YOUR REFRIGERATOR
the Freezer
Chart
:
FOOD STORAGE GUIDE
Storrng
Storrng
AND MOVING
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CARE
IF YOU NEED SERVICE OR ASSISTANCE
I,
Before Calling
for Assistance
2. If You Need Assistance
3. If You NeedService
4. If You Have a Problem
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Fresh Food
Frozen Food
VACATION
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Corporation
Before you plug it in
IMPORT4NT
Betore using vour refrrgerator,
you are personally
responsrble
for making sure that It
l IS installed
und leveled
on a floor that WIII hold
the weight,
and In an area suitable
for Its size
and use
l IS corlnected
only to the right kind of outlet, with
the rrght electric
supply and grounding.
l
IS used
or’ly
for jobs
expected
of home
refrigerators
0 IS not near 0’1 oven, radiator
or other heat source
l
l
l
l
l
l
IS properly
marntarned.
IS out of the weather.
IS used in an area where the room temperature
will not fall below 55 F (13’ C).
is not run where there are explosive
fumes
is not used by children
or others who may not
understand
how It should be used
IS not loaded
wrth food before It has time to get
properly
cold
Remove the shipping block. . .
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A Styrofoam
#IL -~
i-L,
Defrost Pan
I block IS wedged tn the
defrost
pan
IO help
prevent shipping
damage. This block
must
be removed
to clear
the way for defrost
water,
evaporation
and
to make
the
Dower cord accesiible.
Must Be Removed
Install
properly..
3. Adjust each leg until the refrigerator
won’t rock.
4. Adjust front legs to level the refrigerator.
-To raise corners, turn legs clockwise.
-To lower corners, turn legs counterclockwise.
6. Check with level.
Remove sales labels.. .
Remove the Consumer
any inside labels before
To remove
Buy Guide label, tape
using the refrigerator
any remaining
1 Rub briskly with thumb
and
glue:
to make
a ball then remove.
OR
2 Soak area with dishwashing
detergent
solution (1
teaspoon
detergent
tn 1 quart warm water] before
removing
glue as described
in step 1.
.
DO NOT USE rubbing alcohol or flammable
or
toxic solvents, such as acetone,
gasoline,
carbon tetrachloride,
etc. These can damage
the
material.
NOTE: DO NOT REMOVE ANY PERMANENT INSTRUCTION LABELS INSIDE YOUR REFRIGERATOR.
Do not remove the Tech Sheet fastened
under
the refrigerator
at the front.
Clean it.. .
Clean your refrigerator
before using it.
See cleaning
Instructions
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on page
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Plug it in...
1 Allow 3 Inches
7 5 cmj between
overhead
cab
Inets and tne rrfrlgerotor
toC:
2 Allow at least an I~ICP~(2 5 cm) betweerl
the retrIgerator condenser
and the wall
‘? You don t need space
between
counters
and
$zablnets and +r\e cefrlgerator
sides For ease of
lnstallotlon,
yoo mnlght want tr, leave enough room
can be
I’.’ inch ~~ 1 2: ;‘ mj so the refrigerator
moved
easily
r ,s 73 De against 0 wall you mlghr
4 If the refrlgeratc
wan: +o leave enough space si‘ the door can be
opermed tilde:
Level refrigerator-freezer...
ng Leg
Lower
1 Keep the 4 bolts that hold refrigerator
in shipping
crate They are tne levelllng
legs
2 Screw these bolrs all the way Into bolt holes at the
bottom
corners of refrigerator
Move refrigerator
Into place
4
rong
ing plug
Refrigerator
Power Cord
Recommended
Grounding
Method
A 115 Volt, 60 Hz, AC only 15 or 20 ampere
and properly
grounded
electrlcal
supply
qutred
It IS recommended
that a separate
serving only this appliance
be provided
fused
IS recircuit
Do not use an extension
cord. Use a receptacle which cannot be turned off with a switch
or pull chain. See lndivldual
electrical
requlrements and grounding
ature package
instruction
sheet
in your Ilter-
using your refrigerator
Temperature
Power Saving
Setting
the control..
/
Control
Light Switch
Control
.4djusting
.
the shelves...
The Temperature
Control
IS on a console
inside the refrigerator
In the top right corner
It controls
the temperature
In both the refrigerator
and freezer
To start the refrigerator,
set the control to Number 3.
G
z!z
from she
1 First, remove fo&
2 %de shelf straight ou+ to stop
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3 LITTTror,T
4 %de :he rest or the way out
Replacing
Shelf:
Fit notches
on back of cover
on wall of refrtgerator
2. Lower front Into place
1
This setting should be about right for normal household
refrigerator
usage.
Give the refrigerator
pletely before addlng
time to cool down
food
(This may
hours).
The control
~111 be set about
juice IS as cold as you llke
Power Saving Control..
right
take
when
com-
Removing
cover.. .
several
milk
crisper
or
Shelf kuide
Into back
supports
and crisper
LtfI the Front, Then the Back
.
The Power Saving Control operates
electric
heaters around door openings
These heaters help keep
moisture
from
forming
ori the outslde
of the
refrigerator
Use the “OFF” setting
when humidity
IS low.
Use ?he “ON” setting if
moisture
forms on the
outslde
of the refrlgerator
I out to stop
d Pull A,galn
Removing
1
2
3
4.
Crispers:
Slide crisper straight out to stop
Lift the front
Slide the rest of the way out
Replace
in reverse order
Removing
Cover:
Lift front, then Ilf? back
e Pull up and out
l
Replacing
1
2
Cover:
Fit notches
on back ot cover
on wall of refrigerator
Lower front Into place.
into back
supports
Changing
Ice cube trays.. .
the light bulb...
To remove
Ice:
Hold tray at both
. Slightly twist
l
Unplug
’
i
the refrigerator
React- behlr 1 control
Remove bUr
first.
corlsole
ends
If cubes are not used. they may snrtnk TQe moving
cold air starts a slow evaporarlon
The longer cubes
are stored, the smaller they get
to flr,a bulb
Sounds you may hear.. .
‘~‘our qew refrlgerotor
may make sounds that your old one didn’t
Because
the sounds are new to you. you might be concerned
about
them Don’t be Most of the new sounds are normal
Hard surfaces like
‘he floor, walls and cabinets
can make the sounds seem louder
The followlng
chart describes
the kinds of sounds that might be new
t,? syoc1 and what may be maklng them
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Water
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Running
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Sounds
Sounds:
When the refrigerator
stops running, you may hear gurgling
In the tubing for a
tew minutes after It stops. You may also hear defrost water running into the
defrost water pan
Your refrigerator
has a high-efficiency
compressor
and motor
than older designs
It may even seem to run most of the t/me
It
WIII
run longer
-
Energy- saving tips.. .
Yo1.1<;an help vo:,r refrigerator
use less electrtclty
Check -loor gaskets for a tight seal Level the
iPt;‘+ ts ue sure of a good seal
l r)lean
the condenser
coil
regularly
l Open
tne door as few times as possible.
about what yo:; need before you open the
Get everyt9ng
2ut at one time. Keep foods
nized so you won’t have to search
for what
&ant Close doi*,r as soon as food IS removed
l So
ahead
arlcj fill up the refrigerator,
but
sdercrowd
it SC .1/r movement
IS blocked
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6
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cab-
Think
door
orgayou
don’t
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It is a waste of electricity
to set the refrigerator
and
freezer to temperatures
colder
than they need to
be. If ice cream is firm In the freezer and drinks are
as cold
as your family
likes them,
that’s cold
enough.
Keep the Power Saving
Control
on OFF unless
moisture forms on the refrigerator
exterior
Make sure your refrigerator
is not next to a heat
source
such as a range,
water heater.
furnace.
radiator,
or in direct sunlight
Cleaning your
refrigerator
Defrosting
2%
the freezer.. .
The treezer
section
should
be defrosted
whenever
frost builds up to a V-Inch
(6 mm) thickness DO NOT USE ANY TYPE OF ELECTRIC DEFROSTER OR SHARP UTENSILS [ICE PICK, KNIFE, ETC.) to
speed defrosting
These can cause damage
Defrost
1
4
0
.
.
Drain
.
Put Pan of Hot Water
in Freezer to Speed
Melting.
The freezer section of your refrigerator
needs
defrostrng
from ttme to time The fresh food section
defrosts automatically.
Both the fresh food
and freezer
compartments shouid be cleaned
about
once a month to
help prevent odors from building
up. Of course, spills
should be wiped up rrght away
To clean your refrigerator,
turn the Temperature Control to ‘OFF.” Unplug It, take out all removabie parts and clean It according
to the following
chart
There IS a cold plate on the back wall at the
:op df the fresh food compartment.
When the refrigerator motor rurls, frost collects
on the cold plate.
When
the
motor
turns off, the frost
melts
Water
from
this melted frost drips
Into a drain trough
just below
the cold
plate.
Then it runs
down the back wall
and through a drain
Just above
the crisper. The drain leads
to a defrost
water
pan on top of the refrigerator
motor Heat from the motor evaporates
the
water
Remove
Force Soda /Water
Solution Through
Drain
.
0
Put pan in Refrigerator
to Catch Defrost Water.
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2
3.
4.
5.
6.
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8.
9.
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Put empty pan In the refrigerator
on the top shelf
m the center
Move
frozen
food
and ice to the refrigerator
section.
Turn the Temperature
Control to “OFF.”
Close the refrigerator
door. Leave the freezer door
open.
Put a pan of hot water in the center of the freezer.
This helps melt frost. Don’t place
pan over drain
hole In center of freezer.
Defrost water will drain through a hole in the bottom of the freezer
into the pan you put in the
refrtgerator.
You may have to melt frost from the
drain hole by pouring
a little hot water around the
hole.
Wash the inside of the freezer with a solution
of
two tablespoons
(30 mg) of baking
soda and
one quart (1 L) warm water. Rinse well and dry
Remove the pan of defrost water from the refrigerator; put frozen food and ice back into freezer.
Reset the Temperature
Control.
If the drain becomes
clogged,
remove
the drain
cap.
Force
warm
water
mixed
with
baking
soda through the drain
until the water
flows
through freely. Replace
the cap. Make sure It is
pushed
all the way
down
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Cleaning
chart...
Part
What to use
Removable
parts
[shelves, crisper )
Mild detergent
warm water
Outside
Sponge, cloth or paper
towei. mild detergent
appliance
wax [or gooc
auto paste wax]
How to clean
and
Wash removable
parts
and a mild detergent
Rrnse and dry
l
l
Inside walls [Freezer
should be allowed
to
warm up so cloth won’t
stick )
painted
metal
Sponge.
soft cloth or
paper towel, bakrng
soda, warm wa?er. mrld
detergent
cleansers.
l?inse and dry
Wax palnted
metal surfaces at least
twice a vear with applrance
wax or a
good auto paste wax Apply wax with
a clean. soft cloth Do not use wax
l
on plastic parts.
surfaces provides rust protection.
l
l
Doot
liners and gaskets
Sponge,
soft cloth or
paper towel. mild
detergent,
warm water
DO NOT USE Cleanlng
bleaches
or cleansers
Mild detergent
and
warm water, soft, clear
sponge and soft ciecr
cloth
Dark panels
water
Wash wuth warm water and a mild deDo not use abrasive
or harsh
tergent
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l
Waxing
with warm
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l
Wash wrih warm water and
- mrld de?ergent
or
~ bakrng soda (2 tablespoons
1 quart j 95 Ij warTI water
Rinse and dry
Wash with rnlld detergent
water
Rrnse and dry
waxes, concentrated
contalnlng
petroleum
l
l
detergents,
on plastic
/ 26 g) to
and warm
parts.
Wash witr a soft grrt-free cloth or
sponge
Rinse and dry wrth a damp grit-free
cloth or chamors
DO NOT USE paper towels, wlndow sprays, scouring cleansers,
or solvents llke acetone,
benzlne, carbon tetrachlortde,
etc.
These can scratch or damage
the material.
Defrost
Sponge,
cloth or
paper towel, worm
water and mild
detergent
pan
l
l
l
l
Condenser
C,Y
Use vacuum
cleaner
wrth brush attacnmer8t
l
l
The Defrost pan 1s bolted to the motor
Wash defrost pan with warm water and
mild detergent
Wipe clean and dry
Make sure aefrost dram tube points Into
pan
Clear, dust and
on back of the
other month
Leave one tr,ch
and condenser
refrigerator
l,nt from condenser
COIIS
refrigerator
at least every
(2 5 cm) between
wall
co11 on back of the
Food storage guide
STORING FRESH FOOD
There IS a right way to package
and store refrigerated or frozen foods To keep foods fresher, longer.
take the time to study these recommended
steps
Leafy Vegetables.,
Remove the store wrapping
and trim or tear off bruised
and discolored
areas.
Wash in cool water, drain and store in crisper.
Vegetables
with Skins (carrots, peppers].
.Store
IQ crisper,
plastic bags or plastic container
Wash, let dry and store In refrigerator
In
Fruits
plastic
bags or crisper
Do not wash or hull berries
until they are ready to use Sort and keep berries In
therr store container
In a crrsper. or store In a loosely
closed paper bag on a refrigerator
shelf
Meat IS perishable
and expensive
you
Meat,
won’t want to waste an ounce of it through
careless
handling.
The followrng
lrst and chart give you packagtng hints and time limits
Fresh, Prepackaged
Meat. Store fresh meat in
the store wrappjng
Vacuum
packaged
meat can
be frozen for CIS long as one month If the seal IS not
broken
If you want to keep
it frozen longer.
you
should wrap it with special freezer wrapping
materlal
Fresh Meat, Not Prepackaged.
Remove
the
market wrapping
paper and re-wrap in aluminum
foil
for storing it unfrozen.
Cooked Meat. Wrap or cover cooked meat with
plastic wrap or aluminum
foil, Store immediately
Cured or Smoked Meat and Cold Cuts. Ham
bacon,
sausage,
cold cuts, etc., keep best in origl
nal wrappings
Once
opened,
tightly
re-wrap
ir
plastrc wrap or aluminum
forI
Canned
Ham. Store in refrigerator
unless the label says it’s okay to store on the shelf. Do not freeze
Fresh Poultry...Wrap
in plastic
wrap. i%e plastic
wrap on poultry,
as purchased,
may be used for
storage.
STORAGECHARTFOR FRESHAN0 CUREDMEAT*
Approxlmate
Ttme
rVpe
Idawl
Varlety Meats
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 to 2
Chlcken
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 to2
Ground Beef . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 to 2
Steaks and Roasts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 to 5
Cured Meats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 to10
Bacon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5to7
Cold Cuts . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 to 5
*If meat is to be stored longer than the times given,
follow the directions for freezing.
NOTE: Fresh fjsh and
same
day
shellfish
should
be used the
as purchased
Eggs
Store without
washrng
in the original
carton
or use the egg nest In the docx of your
refrigerator
Milk. .Wipe milk cartons
For best storage,
place
mrlk on Interior shelf
Beverages
.Wrpe bottles
and cans Store on c
door shelf or Inside the refrrgerator
Butter
Keep opened
butter In covered
dish or rr
the Butter Compartment.
When stocrng an extra supply, wrap In freezer packaging
and freeze.
Store In the origrnal
wrapping
until
Cheese
you are ready
to use it Once
opened,
re-wrap
tightly in plastrc wrap or alumrnum
foil
Condiments
Store small jars and bottles (catsup, mustard, Jelly, olives) on the door shelves where
they are in easy reach.
Leftovers.
Cover leftovers
with plastic
wrap or
alumrnum
for to keep food from drying
out and
transferring
food odors Plastic containers
with tight
IIds are fine. too
STORING FROZEN FOOD
‘he fret?zer se ~+ar IS deslgned
for storage of comrr py 131’ ” !‘OZf.‘, fnods and for freezlng
foods
at
-~c)r?lr3
+ps
e
Packaged
Frozen Food
Store on freezer door
shelf or In the freezer If you plan to store It for a long
he.
re-wrap
It with aluminum
foil or plastic wrap
Frozen MeatsThe followlng
hints WIII help
keep the quality
In your frozen meats
1. Freeze meat whtle fresh and in top condition
2. Use only recommended
wrapplng
mater/a/s
3. Prepare
the meat for freezlng
before
wrapping it Trim off excess fat and remove
bones
when practical
Meat should
not be salted
because
salt shortens freezer IIre.
4. Wrap tightly. pressing
out as much
air as
possible
5. Label and date It
6. Refreezing
thawed
meat IS not recommended
sh?::l:
tSh::Ez::ices
Store
On freezer
door
STORAGECHARTFOR FROZENFOOD
he secret of successful
freezlng
IS
‘# *he uackagir8g
[tie wrap yo!i use must be air.
,.Y m5i.,rp .:. ,I ‘v(?i:~or proof
The way you close and
SXI ‘r,e C,ackc le must not allow
air, moisture
or
Storage
times given in this chart are only a
guide. For best use of freezer space, keep frozen foods for short times. Use, then replace
as
needed
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Bread . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 months
Cooked Dishes . .
. .
2-3 months
Fish and Seafoods
Fresh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6months
Commercially
Frozen
.
l-3 months
Fruits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6months
Ice Cream
. .
1 month
Concentrated
Juice..
4-6 months
Meats
Bacon . .
.
. Less than 1 month
Pork roasts, chops
.
. 3-4 months
Sausage
.
.
. 1-2 months
Beef, veal, lamb roasts
. 6 months
Ground meat .
.....
1-2 months
Poultry . . . . . . . . .
.
3-4 months
Vegetables
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 months
Packaging
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i:’ ~rIe~?lzat31e
2~ Lrr~me-aed
3:sy to use am:
m+dr, llr?ers
en?
(plastlcl
containers
with tightJ~;t~SiClecT
canning
freezlng
jars,
~rl~~rrl lo11 plastlc-coclted
paper and
plastic
;uraps (sue/? as Saran) are
‘dole Heat-sealed
boiling bags are
can be used by themselves
or as
IMPORTANT: Do not expect your freezer to qulckfreeze any large quantlty
of food. leave enough
space for air to circulate
around packages.
Be
careful to leave enough room at the front so the
door can close tightly.
‘~!ore sn the freezer
Once the packIce Cream
jgbi ,3 <~:;er~qC! ;,lacf~ o p,ece of olum~num
foil or
hakeu
paper
s:’ ~io’i-~y agalnst
the Ice cream
sur)( t’ -t- ’ ,I. I pri :er t 1~2
- crystals from formlng
‘Courtesy
‘Courtesy
of Natlonal Live Sock and Meat Board
of U S D.P,.
Vacation and moving care
Short vacations.
..
No need to shl;t off the retrlgerator
If you WIII be
uwcq for less than four weeKs Use up perishables,
freeze other Iterr
Long vacation...
Remove
jr ‘r: c,re
aI1 the ‘cod
..
If yoc~ are going
for a month
Unplug the refrigerator
and clean
it. rinse well
and dry Tape rubber or wood blocks to both doors
keeping
them open far enough
for air to get in
This will keep odor and mold from building
up
Tape the blocks out of a child’s reach...do
not allow children
near the refrigerator
when
the doors are blocked
open.
To restart
10
refrigerator.
see “Using
Your Refrigerator
’
Moving...
Remove
all food.
Unplug the refrigerator
Pack frozen
and clean
Remove everything
well and tape them
rattle.
foods in dry
it thoroughly.
ice.
that comes out. Wrap all parts
together
so they don’t shift and
Screw in the leveling
legs; tape the doors shut;
tape the electric
cord to the cabinet.
When you get
to your new home,
put everything
back,
level it,
and refer to page
4.
If you need service or
assistance, we suggest
you follow these four steps:
and talk with one of our trained
Consultants.
The
Consultant
can instruct you in how to obtain satisfactory operation
from your appliance
01, if service
is
necessary,
recommend
a qualified
service
company In your area.
1. Before calling for assistance.. .
3. If you needservice”...
LX
Derfmmance
problems
often result from little things
can find and fix yourself wlthout tools of any kind.
If your refrigerator
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l
l
will not operate:
Is the electric
cotd plugged
in?
Is a fuse blown or a circuit breaker
Is the Temperature
Control turned
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unfamlllar
sounds:
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tripped?
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the refrigerator
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If there
pan:
is water
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Whirlpool
has a nationwlde
network
of
franchised
TECH-CARE ’
Service
Companies.
IH-CARE
service
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1 technlclans
are trained
1 to fulfill
the product
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warranty
and provide
after-warranty
service,
anywhere
In the United
States
To
locate
TECH-CARE service In your area, call our COOL-LINE
service assistance
telephone
number (see Step 2) of
look in your telephone
directory
Yellow Pages under:
out:
for changing
bulbs only.
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to run too much:
Is the condenser
free of dust and lint?
0 On hot days, or if the room IS warm, the motor
naturally
runs longer
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door has been opened
a lot, or If a large
amount of food has been put in, the motor will run
longer to cool down the Interior
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Remember:
Motor running time depends
on different things. number
of door openings.
amount
of
food stored, temperature
of the room, setting of the
controls
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number (see Step 2) and talk with one of our Consultants, or If you prefer, write to
Mr. Stephen E. Upton
Senior Vice President
Whirlpool
Corporation
Administrative
Center
2000 US-33 North
Benton Harbor, Ml 49022
*If you must call or write, please
provide:
model
number.
serial number,
date of purchase,
and a
complete
description
of the problem.
This Information is needed
In order to better
respond
to your
request fof assistance
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Call Whlrlpool
COOL-LINE@ service
asslstance telephone
number. Dlal free from:
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U.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . (800) 253-1301
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whenever
you need a replacement
port for your Whirlpool
appkonce
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replacement
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because
they are made
to the same exacting
specifications
used to build every new
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