Monogram ZDOD240 Owner`s manual

Design Guide with
Installation
Instructions
Outdoor/Indoor Refrigerator
ZDOD240
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Safety Information
BEFORE YOU BEGIN:
WARNINGS:
Read these instructions completely and carefully.
• Use this appliance only for its intended purpose.
• Immediately repair or replace electrical service cords
that become frayed or damaged.
• Unplug the unit before cleaning or making repairs.
• Repairs should be made by a qualified service
technician.
IMPORTANT – Save these instructions
for local inspector’s use.
IMPORTANT – Observe all governing codes
and ordinances.
Note to Installer – Be sure to leave these
AVERTISSEMENT :
instructions with the Consumer.
Note to Consumer – Keep these instructions with
your Owner’s Manual for future reference.
• Il ne faut utiliser cet appareil que pour l’usage pour
lequel il a été construit.
• Il faut réparer ou remplacer immédiatement tout
cordon d’alimentation électrique effiloché ou
endommagé.
• Débrancher le bar ou le réfrigérateur a vin avant
le nettoyage ou toute intervention.
• Les réparations doivent être faites par un technicien
qualifié.
WARNING – This appliance must be properly
grounded. See page 5.
AVERTISSEMENT –
Cet appareil doit être correctement mis à la terre.
Consulter page 5.
If you received a damaged Outdoor/Indoor Refrigerator,
you should immediately contact your dealer or builder.
For Monogram local service in your area, call
1.800.444.1845
For Monogram service in Canada, call
1.800.561.3344
For Monogram Parts and Accessories, call
1.800.626.2002.
Skill Level – Installation requires basic mechanical
skills. Proper installation is the responsibility of the
installer. Product failure due to improper installation
is not covered under the GE Appliance Warranty.
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KEY EJECTING LOCK
(NOTE: Two keys are included.)
CAUTION: Before closing the door, make sure
Keep the keys out of reach of children and away
from the refrigerator in a safe and secure place.
the lock pin does not protrude beyond the top of the door,
to prevent potential damage to the cover or cabinetry.
ATTENTION : Avant de refermer la porte,
The key for the spring-loaded lock is automatically
ejected. The key will not remain in the lock while
the door is opened or closed.
assurez-vous que le dispositif de retenue ne dépasse pas
le haut de la porte, afin d’éviter d’endommager le couvercle
ou l’armoire.
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Important Information
CONTENTS
Important Information
Caring for Your Stainless Steel ..................... 3
Tools, Hardware ................................................... 3
Design Guide
The Installation Space ..................................... 4
Product Clearances and Location
Requirements ...................................................... 4
Preparation for Built-In Under-Counter
Installations Only ................................................ 4
CARING FOR YOUR STAINLESS STEEL
Installation Instructions
Grounding the Product ..................................... 5
Step 1, Remove Packaging ............................. 6
Step 2, Leveling ................................................... 6
Step 3, Connect Power ..................................... 6
Step 4, Slide Product into Cutout ................. 6
Step 5, Set Temperature Controls ............... 6
Staining Wood Drawer Fronts ..................... 7
TOOLS REQUIRED
• Heavy-duty work gloves
• #2 Phillips screwdriver (for built-in installations only)
• Adjustable wrench
• Before installation or first use, we strongly advise
you polish the stainless steel exterior and handle with
a commercially available stainless steel cleaner such
as Stainless Steel Magic™. To preserve and protect
the fine finish, we also strongly advise that you apply
stainless steel cleaner monthly.
All stainless steel can be damaged by the following
substances. Care must be taken not to allow these
substances to come in contact with your Outdoor/Indoor
Refrigerator. If any of these do get on your unit, wash
and clean the unit immediately (see the Care and
Cleaning section in the Owner’s Manual).
• Battery Acid
• Pool Chemicals (such as Chlorine and Bromine)
• Lawn Fertilizer
• Ice Melting Salts
• Creosole
• Iodine
• Pickling Juice
• Urine
The following naturally occurring materials can
cause damage to the stainless steel finish. If any of
these substances do get on your unit, wash and clean
the unit immediately (see the Care and Cleaning section
in the Owner’s Manual).
• Bird Droppings
• Tree Sap
• Sea Water
PARTS SUPPLIED
• Two keys
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Design Guide
THE INSTALLATION SPACE
23-3/4"
The Outdoor/Indoor Refrigerator is factory set for
a 110° door swing.
When installed in a corner:
• Allow 5-1/4″ min. clearance on the hinge side for
the 90° door swing and to allow racks to slide out.
• Allow 15″ minimum clearance on the hinge side for
a full 110° door swing.
• Test the door swing. Carefully open and close the door.
Adjust if the door makes contact with cabinetry.
34-1/4"
to 34-3/4"
36"
23-3/4"
PRODUCT CLEARANCES AND
LOCATION REQUIREMENTS
23-3/4"
NOTE:
Handle and
handle standoff
depth is 2-3/4″
23-3/4"
Free-Standing – Use canopy top Built-In – Remove canopy top
(if needed)
15" Minimum
to Wall
Choose the location:
• This product has been designed as a free-standing unit;
however, if desired, it may also be built-in.
• These products may be closed in on the top and
three sides as long as the front is unobstructed for
air circulation and proper access to the door.
• Do not operate these products where the temperature
will go below 45°F (7°C) or above 120°F (49°C).
• Unit must be installed on a structurally sound and
level surface strong enough to support a fully loaded
refrigerator, or approx. 250 lbs.
110°
Door
Swing
34-1/2" Min.
21-5/8"
23-5/8"
90°
110°
Locate
Outlet
10-1/2"
9"
Max.
90°
Door
Swing
5-1/4" Minimum
to Wall
PREPARATION FOR BUILT-IN
UNDER-COUNTER INSTALLATIONS ONLY
24"
The top canopy may be removed when installing under
a countertop.
• Remove the three screws from the back of the top
canopy (A).
• Using heavy-duty work gloves, lift up on the top canopy
back (B) and slide it forward until it unlatches from the
unit (C).
• Lift the top canopy up and off of the unit.
NOTE: Keep the top canopy and screws for future
free-standing installations.
NOTE: When installing the unit in a free-standing
configuration, the top canopy must be left in place.
• If replacing the top canopy make sure the three latches
in the front slide into the front lip of the canopy before
pushing the canopy to the rear of the unit.
1-1/2"
23-3/4" Min.
The cutout depth should be 24″
The cutout dimensions shown allow for a full door
swing and access to the pull-out racks when installed
in standard 24″ deep cabinets.
• The Outdoor/Indoor Refrigerator can be used
free-standing.
• If installing between frameless cabinets, a 1/2″ wide
filler strip or side panel may be required on the hinge
side. The filler strip will act as a spacer between the
case and adjacent cabinet door swing. The width of
the opening must include the filler panels.
NOTE: In a standard 24″ opening, the door will protrude
1-1/2″ forward of the surrounding cabinets.
(B)
(A)
Additional Specifications
• A 120 volt 60Hz., 15 or 20 amp power supply is
required. An individual properly grounded branch
circuit or circuit breaker is recommended. Install
a properly grounded 3-prong electrical receptacle
recessed into the back wall as shown. Electrical
must be located on rear wall as shown. THIS PRODUCT
MUST BE CONNECTED TO A POWER SOURCE WITH
GROUND FAULT CIRCUIT INTERRUPTER (GFCI)
PROTECTION WHEN INSTALLED IN AN OUTDOOR
LOCATION. LOCAL CODES MAY REQUIRE A SEPARATE
CIRCUIT.
CAUTION:
Under side edges
of the stainless
steel canopy top
may be sharp.
Wear heavy-duty
work gloves when
moving the top.
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(C)
Installation Instructions
GROUNDING THE OUTDOOR/
INDOOR REFRIGERATOR
GROUNDING THE OUTDOOR/
INDOOR REFRIGERATOR (CONT.)
WARNING –
IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ CAREFULLY.
FOR PERSONAL SAFETY, THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE
PROPERLY GROUNDED.
The power cord of this appliance is equipped
with a 3-prong (grounding) plug which mates
with a standard 3-prong (grounding) wall
receptacle to minimize the possibility of
electric shock hazard from this appliance.
Have the wall outlet and circuit checked by a
qualified electrician to make sure the outlet is properly
grounded.
Where a standard 2-prong wall outlet is encountered, it
is your personal responsibility and obligation to have it
replaced with a properly grounded 3-prong wall outlet.
• DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, CUT OR
REMOVE THE THIRD (GROUND) PRONG FROM THE
POWER CORD.
• DO NOT USE AN ADAPTER PLUG TO
CONNECT THE REFRIGERATOR TO A
2-PRONG OUTLET.
• DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION CORD
WITH THIS APPLIANCE.
• DO NOT PLACE THE UNIT IN STANDING
WATER OR ALLOW THE POWER CORD TO BE
IMMERSED.
THIS PRODUCT MUST BE
CONNECTED TO A POWER SOURCE
WITH GROUND FAULT CIRCUIT
INTERRUPT (GFCI) PROTECTION
WHEN INSTALLED IN AN OUTDOOR
LOCATION. LOCAL CODES MAY
REQUIRE A SEPARATE CIRCUIT.
AVERTISSEMENT –
CE PRODUIT DOIT ÊTRE
CONNECTÉ À UNE SOURCE
D’ALIMENTATION À DISJONCTEUR
DE FUITE À LA TERRE, EN CAS
D’INSTALLATION EN PLEIN-AIR.
LES RÉGLEMENTATIONS LOCALES
PEUVENT EXIGER UN CIRCUIT
DISTINCT.
IF YOU ARE UNCERTAIN ABOUT THE GFCI
PROTECTION ON THE POWER SOURCE TO
WHICH YOU ARE CONNECTING THIS
APPLIANCE, PLEASE CONTACT A
PROFESSIONAL ELECTRICIAN FOR
VERIFICATION.
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Installation Instructions
STEP 1 REMOVE PACKAGING
STEP 3 CONNECT POWER
• Remove corner blocks and foam drawer stops.
• Remove all packing material, tape and protective
plastic coverings.
• If the refrigerator is used outdoors, plug the power cord
into a GFCI receptacle.
• Check to make sure power is on by opening the door to
see if interior light turns on.
• The interior fan runs at all times except when the
door is open. See the the Owner’s Manual for further
explanation.
CAUTION: Small objects are a choke hazard for
children. Remove and discard any parts not used.
ATTENTION : Les petits objets peuvent
étrangler les enfants. Il faut jeter toutes les piéces
qui ne sont pas utilisées.
STEP 4 SLIDE PRODUCT INTO
THE CUTOUT
STEP 2 LEVEL
CAUTION: Do not push against the door
• Use an adjustable wrench to turn and raise or lower the
leveling legs.
• Measure floor to countertop height inside the opening.
Adjust leveling legs until the product is approximately
1/8″ less than countertop height.
with your knees. Do not push or lift the unit by the door
handle. Damage may occur!
ATTENTION : Ne poussez jamais la porte
avec vos genoux. Ne poussez jamais votre appareil
ou ne le soulevez jamais par la poignée de porte.
Vous pouvez l’endommager.
• Open the door and gently push the unit back into the
opening with your hands against the sides. Be careful
not to entangle power cord.
• In a standard 24″ opening, the door will protrude
1-1/2″ forward of the surrounding cabinets.
• Check again to be sure the unit is level.
• If the unit is installed under a countertop, adjust the
leveling legs until the unit is resting firmly against
the bottom of the countertop.
• If alignment with adjacent cabinetry is an issue,
use a shim to secure the unit against the underside
of the countertop.
• Test the door swing. Carefully open and close the door.
The door should not rub or catch on adjacent cabinetry.
Notify the installer if the door makes contact with
cabinetry.
Turn Right to Lower
Turn Left to Raise
INSTALLATION TIP:
Measure floor to underside of countertop inside the
opening.
• If the room floor is higher than the floor inside the
opening, adjust the rear leveling legs to approximately
1/8″ less than the opening height. Screw front leveling
legs all the way in to shorten the height at the front.
This will allow you to slightly tip the unit into the
opening. Once the unit is in the correct position,
the front legs can be adjusted to level the product.
STEP 5 SET TEMPERATURE
CONTROLS
• The temperature controls are preset. Refer to the
Owner’s Manual for more information. Allow 12–24
hours for temperature to stabilize.
NOTE: The Outdoor/Indoor Refrigerator operates very
quietly. You may not notice the unit running, and when
first installed, the fans and motor may not come on
immediately—this is normal. If the display is lit and
the light is working, the unit is operating.
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Installation Instructions
STAINING WOOD DRAWER FRONTS
The drawer fronts are unfinished cherry wood. During use,
oil from hands may accumulate and stain the wood.
• The drawer fronts may be stained and sealed to match
adjacent cabinetry.
• Apply the stain and sealer according to the
manufacturer’s instructions. To avoid unpleasant odor,
keep the door open to ventilate and allow the stain/sealer
to dry completely before using the product.
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NOTE: While performing installations described in this
book, safety glasses or goggles should be worn.
For Monogram® local service in your area, call
1.800.444.1845.
NOTE: Product improvement is a continuing endeavor at
General Electric. Therefore, materials, appearance and
specifications are subject to change without notice.
Pub. No. 31-51542-2
Part No. 197D5893P001
08-07 JR
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