Whirlpool Coolerator EM02ACRWW0 User's Manual

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C@lLERATOR”
COMPACT
Distributed
REFRIGERATORS
by Whirlpool
Corporation
.
Read all instructions
before using the refrigerator.
. Chrld entrapment and suffocation are not problems
of the past.
Junked or abandoned refrigerators are still
dangerous.
even if they will “just sit in the garage
a few days”.
. If you’re getting rid of your old refrigerator,
the door.
. Never allow children to operate,
Inside the refrigerator.
remove
play with, or crawl
Dear Owner,
You have bought quality
You have bought a refrigerator
refrgeratron
But remember
that Quality requires
Read the instructions
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carefully manufactured,
according
to the most advanced
techniques
of modem
Care.
of this manual carefully, for lasting satlsfactlon
and to make the best of your refrigerator.
Before you plug it in
Important:
Before using your refrlgeralor, you are personally
resmnslble
lor making sure lhat II
. IS mstalled and leveled on a floor lhal WIII hold
Ihe welghl, and IS suitable for Its size and use
-
. IS connected only lo the rlghl kind of outlel. wllh
the right electrlcal supply and groundmg. (Refer
to “Electncal Requlremenls
and Groundmg
Instrucllons”).
. IS nol near an oven, radiator or other heal source.
. IS properly malnlalned.
. IS oul of the weather
*.s used In an area where the rozrn temperature
w.111not fall below 55’F (13’C)
. IS nol used by those who may not undersland
It should be used
how
. IS not fulled with food before II has llme lo become
properly co!d
Parts, controls,
used (fig. 1)
and how they are
Note: These features will vary depending
model selected.
on the
1. EVAPORATOR.
Evaporates the refngerant fluld
and thereby absorbs heat from the surrounding
area Made 01 pure aluminum and prolected with
pamt reslstanl lo scuffmg
2. DRIP TRAY. Calches Ihe water that dnps from
the evaporator when defrosting. Can also be used
as a meal tray.
3. THERMOSTAT
DIAL: Regulates the operation
of the motor and controls the lemperature InsIde
the refngerator.
4 SHELF:
Full width. sllde-xt
shelves.
5 MAGNETIC
DOOR GASKET: Keeps the
refrlgeralorvlrtually
air-tight all along the edge. Easy
to open.
6. ICE CUBE TRAY, Easy to remove
Ice cubes.
7. BOTTLE
RACK, For boltles, cans or lars.
8. UTILITY
RACK: For cans or jars
9. EGG RACK
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r0 CRISPER
COVER:
Il. CRISPER:
For vegetables
12 COUNTER
TOP WORK AREA:
13 UTILITY
Slides out. acts as tray
COMPARTMENT
and fruits.
EasV to clean.
Note: Check whether the outlet’s voltage IS that
speclfled on the ldentlflcation plate.
. After defrosting, remove water from water tray;
clean the refrigerator as indicated under ‘Cleaning
and Care”. Put the removable parts and food back
in place. Plug the refrigerator in, adjust the
temperature setting as shown in table under
“Temperature
Control”
Electrical shock hazard. Drsconnecl power before
cleaning or servicing. Failure lo do SO could result
rn serious injury or death.
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3- Drona
groundrng type
wall receotacle
\ II II
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Caution
. Never use sharp or pornted obfects lo remove frost:
thus may cause serious damage to the relngeralor
system.
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Cleaning and Care
The refngerabon unit does not require any
marnlenance because the motor is completely seal&
and self-lubncatrng. Clean Ihe refngerator thoroughf,
at least twice a year, lo prevent odors and alteration
of food taste.
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Fig. 2
. Remove frost at least once a month; when left
longer, it changes color and forms odors.
Caution
. Before cleaning,
Recommended grounding
turn the thermostat
to OFF,
method
. Unplug the refngerator.
A 115 Volt, 60 Hz, AC only 15 or 20 ampere fused
and properly grounded electrical supply is required.
It is recommended
that a separate circuit serving only
this appliance be provrded.
Do not use an extension
cord. Use a receptacle
which cannot be turned off with a switch or pull
chain. See individual electrical requirements and
grounding instructron sheet in your lrterature package.
. Remove all food. slonng it adequately
or polyethylene lined basket or carton.
tn a paper
. Remove all removable parts, wash them with
neutral soap or detergent.
. Wash the tnstde c! the cabrnel with a soft pad or
cloth and neutral soap or detergent. rinse well, dry.
When and how to defrost
Excess freezer lrost is prejudicial to the refrigerator’s
performance, requiring extra effort from its motor.
Always defrost freezer at least once a week or when
frost layer is thicker than a quarter of an inch.
. Adjust temperature
. Disconnect
control to the defrost setlrng.
plug from outlet.
. Remove all food from freezer and refngerator.
storing it adequately in a paper or polyethylene lined
basket or carton.
. Leave refrigerator
thoroughly.
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doors open until frost melts
. Clean the refrigerator’s
soap or detergent.
outer surface with neutral
. In damp climales, protect the finish with an
appropriate, good quality wax. Never wax plastrc
parts.
. Plug rn the refngeralor.
Caution
. Never use strong detergents.
pads.
. Never wash refngeralor
powders,
or rough
parts in the dishwasher.
. Never use ammonia or chemical bleaches;
wtlf damage the refrigerator (kg. 3).
they
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Fig. 3
Instructions for installing
leveling feet
Care when you are away
Short absences
(a few days)
Leave the refrigerator with the temperature
on adjusted to Its lowest setting
Longer
control
absences
1. Attach plastic fool (A) to front corner of the
refrigerator base using hex head leveling boft (D)
as shown. No tools are needed; the screw will
fii snuggly into the bottom of the pfastic foot.
Small hde of plastic foot should face refrigerator
base mounting hole (C). (See Fig. 5).
Leave the refrigerator clean and unplugged. Remove
all contents; defrost. Remove ice tray, clean and dry
the cabinet. Disconnect plug from outlet; leave the
refrigerator door open lo prevent afor formation.
2. Attach hex head leveling bolt (D) to back corner
of refrigerator base using mounting hole (C). Install
plastic hex cap over hex head as shown. (See
Fig. 6).
Energy - Saving Tips
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 for the other side of
refrigerator making sure both plastic feet are installed
on Ihe front corners and both hex head leveling
bolts are installed on the back corners of the base.
Try lo open the door as little as possrble Check
whether it is firmly closed after opening lo avoid the
loss of cold arr.
Open the door just wide enough and as few times
as possrble.
Yever place hot food rn the refrigerator.
xforehand.
Adjust the temperature
Contents:
Plastic foot (A) . . . . . . . . . . . ..__......................................
2
Hex head leveling boll (D) _,__..._.___._,__.._......,,.......,..,,4
Plastic hex cap(E)
...____......__...............,..,,.....,,,,,,. 2
Cool it
control lo the correct setting.
Keep the refrigerator level and the door will remain
firmly closed. When door is closed, the rubber gasket
musl seal the cabrnet all around the door.
Sonsrder lhe location of your refrigerator. Keep it
away from hot surfaces, such as the oven or healer,
away from direct sun exposure and from stuffy, close
envrronmenls.
Your refngerator’s performance
improves in airy and cool places (fig. 4).
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Temperature
What to do in case
of refrigeration malfunction
Control
You can control the inside temperature of the
refrigerator by turning the thermostat dial. Smaller
numbers mean less cooling power. To make ice
cubes in a hurry or to keep ice cream frozen in the
freezer compartment,
set the dial for 7. The dial does
not have to be set exactly on the numbers. The
thermostal does not operate In stages but conl~nously
(see fig. 7).
1 The relngeralor
will not cool - the cause may be
a) no power supply or burned-out fuse. Check the
power outlel with a lamp. Change it II damaged
b) check whether
“OFF” setllng.
2 The refngeratlon
be:
A good refngerator performance depends on an
adequate internal temperature according to the
following table:
Ihe temperature
IS Insufflclent
conlrol IS II-I lhe
- Ihe cause may
a) temperature control button In the wrong senlng.
see “Temperature
Control”.
b) co@ air clrculallon
In the refngerator.
prevented
by 1oo much food
c) frequenl door opemng
Winier
(2-3)
Cold weather or
Cold climates
up to 15°C (59°F)
Note: In such cases, the Inner walls may
“sweat”. water drops are loomed on them
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3. NOISY refrlge:alor
Summer
(5-6)
Hot weather
from 25 to 35°C
(77 to 95°F)
Maximum
(7)
Tropical
more than 35°C
(95°F)
Regions
operation
may result from
a) faulty leveling - follow thls manual’s
InstructIons.
b) compressor
from wall.
touching wall -pull refngerator
c) ppes contacting
separate them.
4 Refngerator
away
each other or the cabinet
dampness
may be caused by.
a) too high relative dampness
OFF
leveling
of the air
b) faulty sealing of the door, check rubber gasket
and refngeralor leveling.
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Defroz
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Fig. 7
CooleratoP
Compact
Refrigerator
WARRANTY
LENGTH
OF WARRANTY
WHIRLPOOL
FULL ONE-YEAR
WARRANTY
From Date of Purchase.
WILL PAY FOR
FSP@ replacement parts and service labor to
defects in materials or workmanship.
correct
FSP@ replacement compressor if the compressor fails
LIMITED-ADDITIONAL
due to a manufacturing defect. You pay for service
bYEAR WARRANTY
FOR 2nd~5th YEAR
labor charges.
From Date of Purchase.
:,For each of the above warranties, you must take the refrigerator to a factory authorized
.fihirlpoolSM service company and pick it up following service. In-home service is available,
,$t you must pay for the trip charge to your home.
WHIRLPOOL
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Service
product
In-home
Damage
product
WILL NOT PAY FOR
calls to correct the installation of the refrigerator, instruction on how to use the
or to correct deficie t electrical supply.
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service. The unit mu@ be taken to a factory authorized service company.
to the refrigerator caused by accident, misuse, fire, flood, acts of God or use of
in other than sinqle family household environment.
Service under’the full warranties must be provided by a factory authorized WHIRLPOOLS”
service company. You may call toll-free l-800-253-1301 to obtain the name and phone number
of your nearest authorized servicer.
WHIRLPOOL CORPORATION SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of
incidental or consequential damages so this limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which
vary from state to state.
Outside the United States, a different warranty may apply. For details, please contact
your franchised Whirlpool distributor or military exchange.
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COMPACT
REFRIGERATORS
Distribuled
PART
NO. 1124571
61989
by Whirlpool
Whirlpool
Corporalion.
Corporation
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