NO-FROST REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER
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Model EDISAK
EDISTK
EHD192XK
EHD192VK
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Whiti
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Guide
Power-Saving
Control
Freezer
Light
Air Control
Light
Temperature
Control
Utility
Compartment
Adjustable
Shelves
Ice Cube
Utility
Trays
Bin
Crisper
Meat
Pan
Meat Pan Air
Control (not
shown]
Freezer
Storage
Bin
Base Grille
Model and Serial
Number Plate
Copy Your Model Number
and Serial Number Here
When you need service,
call with a question,
have
information
ready
or
this
Model
1 Complete
Model and Serlol
Numbers
[from ?he plate just
above
base grille)
2 Purchase
dote from sales slip
Copy
spaces
warranty
together
this tnformation
In tnese
Keep this book. your
and sales slop
In a handv place
Serial
I
Number
Number
Purchase
Service
Date
Company
and Telephone
Number
Please read this
Use and Care Guide
before you do anything
else.. .
This booklet
tells you how to start your refrrgerator,
clean
It, move shelves and adjust controls
It even
tells you what to do rf you hear strange
sounds or
think somethrng
IS wrong
Treat your new refrigerator
with core Use it only to
do what home refrrgerators
are designed
to do
CONTENTS
Removrng
BEFORE YOU PLUG IT IN
the Freezer
Bin
Removrng
the Base Grrlle
Sounds You May Hear
Energy Saving Tips
:
Install Properly
Level Refrigerator-freezer
Remove Sales Labels
Clean It
Plugltln
CLEANING
Cleanrng
USING YOUR REFRIGERATOR
YOUR REFRIGERATOR
Chart
FOOD STORAGE GUIDE
Setting the Controls
AdlustIng
Shelves
Removing
Freezer Shelves
Removing
the Crisper, Meat Pan
and Covers
Changing
Light Bulbs
IceCube
Trays
Optronal
Automatic
Ice Maker
Storing
Storing
VACATION
5
AND MOVING
CARE
IF YOU NEED SERVICE OR ASSISTANCE
I. Before Calling for Assistance
2. If You Need Assistance
3. If You Need Service
4. If You Have a Problem
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Fresh Fo&
Frozen Food
Whirlpool
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Corporation
Before YOU DIW it in
IMPORTANT
Before usrng your refrigerator,
you are personally
responsible
for making
sure that It
l IS Installed
and leveled
on a floor that will hold
the weight,
and in an area surtable
for its size
and use
l IS connected
only to the right kind of outlet, with
the rrght electric
supply and groundrng.
l
IS used
only
for jobs
expected
of home
refrigerators.
l IS not near
an oven, radiator
or other heat source
2
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properly
marntarned.
out of the weather
IS used In an area where the room temperature
WII 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
with food before
it has time to get
properly
cold.
IS
IS
Install
Remove
Properly...
Sales labels...
Remove
the Consumer
Buy Guide !obel and
InsIde sales labels before
using the refrigerator
move any left over glue with rubbing
alcohol
Clean
1. Allow 1 2 inch (1 3 cm] space
between
counters
and cabinets
and the sides and top of the refrigerator
for ease of ~nstollatton
2 If the refngerator
1sto be against a wall, you might
want to leave enough
space so the door can be
opened
wider
3 The refrigerator
back
can be flush against
the
wall
level
any
Re-
It...
Clean your refrigerator
ing InstructIons
on page
before
using
it See clean-
7
Plug It In...
Z--prong
grounding
type
wall receptacle
Refrigerator-Freezer...
Leveling
1
SKa~
Use Screwdriver
Refrigerator
Power Cord
Recommended
Grounding
Method
Left to Lower
1 Remove base grille [see page 6)
2 To raise front, turn each screw to the right
3 To lower front, turn each screw to the left
4 Check with level
A 115 Volt,60 Hz., AC only, 15or 20 ampere
fused and
grounded
electrlcal
supply IS required
It IS recommended
that a separate
circuit
serving
only this
appliance
be provided.
Do not use an extension
cord. Use a receptacle which cannot be turned off with a switch or
pull chain. See individual
electrlcal
requirements
and grounding
package.
instruction
sheet
In your
Ilterature
Using your refrigerator
Temperature
Control
- Set on 3
The Meat Pan Alr Control..
Setting
the Controls..
.
Controls
refrigerator
for adjusttng
temperatures
and the freezer
ore in both
.
Cold air flows against
the
meat pan through on opening
between
the freezer and the
refrigerator
This helps keep the
meat pan colder than the rest
of the refrigerator
Set the control to let mote or
less cold air through
the
To start:
1 Set the TEMPt OATURE CONTROL
(I” the refrigerotor) to 3
2 Set the AIR Cc)NTROL Iln the freezer1 to 3
L
Colder
Meat
Storage
Use Control to Adjust
Meat Pan Temperatures
Adjusting
Air Control-Set
on 3
Give the refrigerator
time to cool dowr
completely
before
adding
food
(This may take several
hours) The control console
has directions
for adjustlng temperatures,
of needed
Controls
WI/I be set
about
right if your milk or juice IS as cold us your
family likes It. and when Ice cream IS firm
Do not block the air outlets on either control
panel
That con slow the ar movement
needed
to
keep temperatures
at the level you set
The POWER SAVING
CONTROL on the control panel in the
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SAVES
POWER
REDUCE’
EXTERIOR
UOISTVR,
Off Setting Helps
Save Energy
l
l
refrigerator
operates
electric
heaters
These heaters help prevent motsture
from forming
on
the outside
of the refrigerator
when humidity
IS high
Use the OFF setting when humidity
IS low
Use ON if molstijre
forms on the outside of the
refrtgerata
Shelves...
Shelves con be adjusted
your refrigerator
if your
heovv
mode/
To remove
to match
has g/ass sheives,
the way
be corefui
you use
They ore
shelves:
1 Tilt up at front
2 Lift up at bock
3 Pull shelf strolght
out
To replace:
1 Guide
the rear hooks into the slots In the shelf
supports
2 filt up front of shelf until hooks drop into slot Lower
front of shelf to level positIon
Removing
Freezer
Ice Cube
Shelves...
To remove
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Lrft front slrghtly
Lrft back off supports
Replace
In reverse order
Lift the Front
Then the Back
l
Hold tray at both
. Slrghtly twrst
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If cubes are not used, they may shrrnk The movrng
cold arr starts a slow evaporatron
The longer cubes
are stored
the smaller they get
Meat Pan
Slide crisper ard meat par straight
Lift the front
Slide the rest of the way out
Replace
in reverse order
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Optional
Ice Maker..
.
,,
e Signal
to Stop Ice Maker.
Lower Signal
Arm to Start It.
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Covers are held IT) place by two pegs
and two notched
tabs In front
- Press front tabs out of the way
- Lrft cover front
~ Lrft back off the pegs
- Replace
In reverse order
Changing
Automatic
out to stop
Snap Back into Place.
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ends.
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Removing the Crisper,
and Covers...
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Trays...
Ice:
light
at the back
Bulbs...
Before removrng
a lrght shreld for cleanrng
replacrng
a bulb unplug the retrlgerator.
p/fame
bulbs onfy
or for
Use op
Pull Off the Dial,
Pull Out at the Botto
Light bulbs behind
control consoles:
refrigeraior
If you have the automatic
Ice maker accessory
or
plan to add one later [Part No. ECKMF-6), there are
a few things you will want to know,
l The ON i OFF lever
IS a wire srgnal arm.
Down...for
making
ice automatically,
Up. to shut off the ice maker
l Shake
the bin occasronally
to keep cubes separated, and to obtain Increased
storage capacrty
l It IS normal
for Ice crescents
to be attached
by a
corner They WIII break apart easily
l You
will hear water
running
when Ice maker
IS
worktng.
You’ll hear Ice fall into the bin Don’t let
these sounds bother you.
l The ice
maker will not operate
until the freezer is
cold enough to make ice. Thus can take overnight
l Because
of new plumbing
connections,
the frrst
ice may be dfscolored
or off-flavored
Drscard the
first few batches
of ice.
l If Ice IS not berng
made fast enough and more Ice
IS needed,
turn the Temperature
control to a hrgher
number
Wart a day and, If necessary,
turn the Air
Control to a higher number
l If you
remove
the Ice bin, raise the srgnal arm to
shut off the Ice maker. When you return the brn.
push it all the way in and lower the arm to the ON
positron
l If cubes
are stored too long, they may develop
an
off-flavor...like
stale water Throw them away They
WIII be replaced
Cubes
in the ice bin can also
become
smaller by evaporation.
and freezer
~ Pull control knob straight off
~ Pull bottom
of control panel straight out
~~ Lrft top of panel off supports
~ Replace
wrth a 40-watt
appliance
bulb
- Replace
panel In reverse order
5
Removing
the Freezer
For proper
air movement,
place when the refrrgerator
To remove
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Removing
keep the freezer
IS operating
brn In
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Open
the Base Grille...
the doors
the bin:
Slide out to the stop
Lrft the front to clear the stop
Slide out the rest of the way
To replace
l
Bin...
the bln:
Place bin on tne slides.
Make
sure the stops clear
the front of the slides
Slide bin in
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. Pull grrlle outwards
as shown
DO not remove Tech sheet fastened
behrnd
grille
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Pull to stop
Lift. Pull Again
To replace:
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Sounds
Your new refrrgerator
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
the floor, walls and cabinets
can make the sounds seem louder
The followrng
chart describes
the krnds of sounds that might be new
to You and what may be making
them.
P
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,+
Poulble
Sounds:
Slight Hum, Soft Hiss:
Probable
Clicking
Sounds:
Causes:
Your refrigerator
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clips
you may hear.
‘A
3
Line up grille support tabs wrth metal
Push firmly to snap Into place.
Close the doors
has two fans, you may
hear the fan motors
The defrost timer makes a deftnrte click when the refrigerator
also makes a sound when the refrrgeratcr
starts
or Snapping
and
movrng
air
stops running
n
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Water Sounds:
When the refrigerator
stops running. you may hear gurgling
in the tubing for a
few minutes after It stops You may also hear defrost water running
into the
defrost water pan
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Ice Maker
If your refrrgerator
has an ice maker,
valve), trickling
water and the clatter
l
Running
Energy
Sounds:
Sounds:
Saving
buzzing
(from
tnto the bin
Your refrigerator
has a hrgh-efficiency
compressor
and motor
than older desrgns
It may even seem to run most of the time.
the water
It will run longer
Tips
You can help your refrigerator
use less electrrcrty
l Check
door gaskets for a tight seal. Level the
lnet to be sure of a good seal
l Clean
the condenser
co11 regularly.
l Open
the door as few ttmes as possrble
about
what You need before
you open the
Get everything
out at one time Keep fo&s
nrzed so you won’t have to search
for what
want Close door as soon as food IS removed.
l Go
ahead
and fill up the refrigerator,
but
overcrowd
It so air movement
IS blocked.
6
you may hear
of Ice dumped
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cab-
Thank
door
orgaYou
don’t
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It ISa waste of electrlcrty
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 coid
as your famrly
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
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your refrigerator
1 How to clean
1 What to use
Part
Removable
parts
[shelves, crisper, meat
pan, etc )
Mild detergent
warm water
and
Outside
Sponge, cloth or paper
towel, mild detergent,
appliance
wax [or good
auto paste wax)
Wash removable
parts with warm
and a mild detergent
Rinse and dry.
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. Wash with warm water and a mild
detergent.
Do not use abrasive
or
harsh cleansers.
Rinse and dry
Wax painted
metal surfaces at least twice a
year with applrance
wax or a good auto
paste wax. Apply wax with a clean, soft cloth
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Do not use wax on plastic
Waxing
painted
metal
water
surfaces
provides
parts.
rust protection.
Inside walls (Freezer
should be allowed
to
warm up so cloth won’t
strck.)
Sponge, soft cloth or
paper towel, baking
soda, warm water, mild
detergent
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Door liners and gaskets
Sponge, soft cloth or
paper towel, mild
detergent,
warm water
DC NOT USE Cleaning
bleaches
or cleansers
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Wash with warm water and
mild detergent
or
~ bakrng soda (2 tablespoons
1 quart [ .95 I j warm water).
Rinse and dry
Wash with mild detergent
water
Rinse and dry
(26 g] to
and warm
waxes, concentrated
detergents,
containing
petroleum
on plastic
parts.
Dark
9 Wash with a soft g&free
cloth or
sponge
l Rinse and
dry with a damp grit-free
cloth or chamois
Mild detergent
and
warm water, soft, clean
sponge and soti, clean
cloth
plastics
DO NOT USE paper towels, window sprays, scouring cleansers,
or flammable
or toxic solvents like acetone,
gasoline,
carbon
tetrachtoride,
etc. These can scratch or damage
the material.
Defrost
Warm water
detergent
pan
and
mild
Remove base grille [See page 6).
To remove defrost pan, lift pan over wire
brace [remove tape; if any)
. Wash defrost pan wrth warm water and
mild detergent.
l Rinse and
dry
l Replace
with notched
corner to the
rear.
l Push it all the way
in.
l Make
sure defrost drain tube IS pointing
Into pan
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Condenser
Co11
Vacuum
cleaner;
using
the extended
narrow
attachment
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-loor
under
refrrgerator
Usual floor cleaners.
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Remove base grille
Clean dust and lint from condenser
least every other month
Replace
base grille
at
Roll refrrgerator
out only as far as water
supply line allows.
Wash floor
Roll refrigerator
back
Check to see If the refrigerator
ISlevel
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Food storage guide
STORING FRESH FOOD
Cured or Smoked Meat and Cold Cuts. Ham,
bacon,
sausage,
cold cuts, etc., keep best in origlnal wrappings.
Once
opened,
ttghtly
re-wrap
in
plastic wrap or aluminum
foil
Canned
Ham. Store In refrigerator
unless the label says It’s okay to store on the shelf. Do not freeze
Fresh Poultry
.Loosely
wrap In waxed
paper
or
plastic
wrap. The plastic
wrap on poultry,
OS purchased,
may be used for storage
STORAGECHART FOR FRESHAN0 CUREDMEAT.
Approxlmate
Tlme
(days1
1 to 2
Variety Meats
1 to 2
Chicken
1 to 2
Ground Beet
3 to 5
Steaks and Roasts
7 to 10
Cured Meats
.
Bacon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5to7
ColdCuts
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3to5
We
There IS a rIghi way to package
and store refrigerated or frozen foods. To keep foods fresher, longer,
take the time to study these recommended
steps
Remove store wrapplng
Trim
Leafy Vegetables
or tear off bruised
and discolored
areas
Wash in
cool water, drain and store In crisper
Cold, moist air
helps keep leafy vegetables
fresh and crtsp The
crisper has scaling
gaskets to help keep humid a;r
In
Vegetables
with Skins (carrots, peppers)
Store
in crisper, plastic bags or plastic container
Wash, let dry and store In refrigerator
In
Fruits
plastic
bags or crtsper
Do not wash or hull berries
until they are ready to use Sort and keep bernes In
their store corltolner
In a crisper. or store In a loosely
closed paper
bag on a refrigerator
shelf
Med.
14eat IS perishable
and expensive.
.you
won’t want to waste an ounce of it through
careless
handling
The following
list and chart give you packaging
hunts and time limits Store meat In the meat
pan
Fresh, Prepackaged
Meat .Store fresh meat in
the store wrapping
Vacuum
packaged
meat can
be frozen for as long as one month If the seal IS not
broken
If you want to keep
it frozen
longer,
you
should wrap I* with special freezer wrapplng
material
Fresh Meat,
Not Prepackaged.
Remove
the
market
wrapplng
paper
and re-wrap
loosely
in
waxed
paper OT aluminum
foil for storing it unfrozen
Cooked
Meat. Wrap or cover cooked
meat with
waxed
paper,
plastic
wrap or aluminum
foil Store
~mmedlately
‘If meat IS to be stored longer than the times given.
follow
the dIrections
for freezlng.
NOTE: Fresh ftsh and
same
day
shellfish
should
be used the
as purchased
Eggs
Store without washing
In the original
carton or use the UtllIty
Bin that came
with your
refrigerator
Milk Wipe milk cartons
For best storage,
place
milk on interior shelf or bottom
door shelf
Beverages
Wipe bottles
and cans
Store on a
door shelf or inside the refrigerator
Butter. .Keep opened
butter in covered
dish or in
the Butter Compartment
When storing an extra supply, wrap in freezer packaglng
and freeze.
Cheese
.Store in the onginal
wrapplng
until
you are ready
to use It Once
opened,
re-wrap
tightly In plastic wrap or aluminum
foil.
Condlments
Store small jars and bottles (catsup. mustard, jelly, olives) on the door shelves where
they are in easy reach.
Leftovers
Cover
leftovers
wtth plastic
wrap
or
aluminum
foil to keep food from drying
out and
transferrlng
food odors. Plastic containers
with tight
IIds are fine, too
STORING FROZEN FOOD
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The freezer section IS designed
for storage of con
merc~ally
frozen
foods
and for freezing
foods
(
home
.j,
Packaged
Frozen Food
Store on freezer door
shelf or In the freezer If you plan to store It for a long
time, re-wrap
it wtth aluminum
fotl or plasttc wrap
Frozen Meats _ .The followtng
hints WI/I help
keep the quality
In your frozen meats
1. Freeze meat whtle fresh and In top condltlon
2. Use only
the
recommended
wrapping
matertals
3. Prepare
the meat for freezing
before
wrapping It Trim off excess fat and remove
bones
when practical
Meat should
not be salted
because
salt shortens freezer ltfe
4. Wrap
tightly,
pressing
out as much
air as
possible
5. Label and date It
IS not
6. Refreeztng
defrosted
meat
recommended
Frozen Soups, Juices
Store on freezer door
shelf or In the freezer.
STORAGECHARTFOR FROZENFOOD
Packaging
~ The secret of successful
freezing
IS
irI the packaging
The wrap you use must be air,
moisture
and vapor
proof
The way you close and
seal the package
must not allow
air motsture
or
vapors in or out
RIgid polyethylene
(plastic)
containers
with tightfatting lids. straight-stded
canning
freezing
jars,
heavy-duty
alumtnum
foil, plastic-coated
paper and
non-permeable
plastic
wraps [such as Saran) are
recommended.
Note Heat-sealed
bowling bags are
easy to use and can be used by themselves
or as
carton liners
IMPORTANT: Do
freeze any large
space for alr to
careful to leave
door can close
not expect your freezer to qulckquantlty
of food. leave enough
circulate
around packages.
Be
enough room at the front so the
tlghtly.
Ice Cream..
Store In the freezer. Once the package IS opened,
place
a piece
of aluminum
foil or
waxed
paper
smoothly
against
the Ice cream
surface This WIII prevent
Ice crystals from forming
Storage
times given in this chart are only a
gutde. For best use of freezer space,
keep frozen foods for short times Use, then replace
as
needed
Bread ,__..., ._..,_.,
..,
2 months
Cooked
Dishes
2-3 months
Fish and Seafoods
Fresh
.._._._._.._.._..._._.
6 months
Commercially
Frozen
l-3 months
Fruits . . . .
.._._......_...._
6 months
1 month
Ice Cream
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
‘Courtesy
U S.D.A
of NotIonal
Love Stock and Meat Board and
9
Vacation
and
Short Vacations.
No need to shut
away for less than
freeze
other Items
with an automatic
the water supply to
bin
long
Moving.
off the refrrgerator
If you WIII be
four weeks
Use up perishables
If your refrigerator
IS equipped
Ice maker, 1) turn It off 2) shut off
the Ice maker
3) empty the ice
Vacations.
Remove
all the food If you are gotng for a month
or more
If your refrigerator
IS equipped
with an
automatrc
Ice maker, turn off the water supply to
the Ice maker at least a day ahead
When the last
load of Ice drops, turn off the Ice maker
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 wtll keep &or and mold from bullding
up
If your refrigerator
ISequipped
with an automattc
ice maker, shut off the tee maker water supply a
day ahead
of time. Dtsconnect
the water line. After
the last supply of ice drops, lift the signal arm to turn
off the ice maker
Remove
all food. Pack frozen foods In dry ice.
Unplug the refrigerator
and clean it thoroughly
Remove everything
that comes out. Wrap all parts
well and tape them together
so they don’t shift and
rattle
Screw in the levelltng
rollers, tape the doors shut,
tape the electric
cord to the cabrnet.
When you get
to your new home, put everything
back, and refer to
page 3. Don’t forget to reconnect
the water supply
lrne if you have an Icemaker.
QUESTIONS?
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’
.call your
COOL-LINE
service
assistance
telephone
number
(page 11)
il
If you need service or
assistance, we suggest
you follow these four steps:
1. Before
calling
for arslstance.
..
Perfotmance
problems
often result from little thongs
you can find and f/x yourself wlthout tools of ank KIW
If your refrigerator
will not operate:
Is the electric
cord plugged
In3
Is a fuse blown or a crrcurt breaker
Is the Temperature
Control turned
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If your ice maker
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Has the freezer had enagh
a new refrigerator,
thus mrght
Is the srgnal arm ON
rn the
Is the water valve turned on3
Ice maker7
Is water
in the defrost
Check
fuses
plugged
rn.
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DRYERS
to run too much:
Is the condenser
behind
the
dust and lint’
On hot days
or If the room
naturally
runs longer
If the door has been opened
amount
of food has been put
longer to cool down the lntertor
base
IS warm
grille,
free
of
Che motor
a lot. or If a large
in. the motor will run
Remember:
Motor running time depends
on dlfferent things
number
of door openings,
amount
of
food stored, temperature
of the room. setting of the
controis
And, your new refrigerator
may be larger
than
your old one so It has more space
to be cooled
It
also has a regular
freezer Instead
of o frozen food
comportment
All thrs means better refrlgerotlon
and
may require more running time than your old one
2. If you need
. ..
OR
out:
for changing
bulbs only
service.
Whirlpool
has a notronwrde
network
of
franchised
TECH-CARE ’
Service
Companies
TECH-CARE
service
technIcions
are trained
to fulfill
the product
warranty
and provide
after-warranty
service.
anywhere
In the Unlted
States
To
locate
TECH-CARE service in your area, CO! our COOL-LINE
service asslstance
telephone
number [see Step 2) or
look In your telephone
directory
Yellow Pages under
working:
If a bulb is burned
l
or jlngling
In hot, muggy weather.
this IS normal
The pan can
even be half fuil Make sure the refrrgerator
IS level
so the pan doesn t overflow
If the lights aren’t
l
trme to get cold7 Wrth
take overnIght
down posrtron’
Is water gettrng to the
Is something
on top or behrnd the refrlgerotor
make
Ing norse when the refrrgerator
IS running’
New features
on your new refrrgerqtor
make new
sounds
You may be hearing
olr flowing
from the
fans, timer clrcks for the defrosting
cycle
defrost
water draining
Into the defrost pan
If there
l
3. If you need
will not operate:
If there Is a rattling
unfamlllar
sounds:
l
tripped7
ON’
and talk with one of our tralned
Consultants
The
Consultant
can Instruct you In how to obtain satlsfactory operation
from your appliance
or If service
1s
necessary.
recommend
a quailfled
service
company in your area
assistance*
...
4. If you have
a problem*
...
Call our COOL-LINE
service asslstance
telephone
number [see Step 2) and talk with one of our Consultants, or If you prefer. write to
’
Mr Guy Turner, Vice President
WhIrlpool
Corporation
Admlntstratlve
Center
2000 US-33 North
Benton Harbor, Ml 49022
If you must call or write. please
provide
model
number,
serral number,
dote
of purchase,
and a
complete
description
of the problem
This informatlon IS needed
In order to better
respond
to your
request for assistance
Call Whlrlpool
COOL-LINE”
service
asslstance telephone
number. Dlal free from:
Contlnental
U.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . (800) 2531301
Mlchlgan
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (800) 632-2243
Alaska 81 Hawali
. . . . . . . . . . (800) 253-1121
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trademark
of Whirlpool
Corporation
for
. quality parts. Look For this
FSP
symbol of quality whenever
r
you need a replacement
part
” for your Whlrlpool
appliance.
FSP replacement
parts
will fit right and work right. because
they are
made to the same exacting
specificatrons
used to build every new Whirlpool
appliance.
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Ice Makers. Dirtrwashero.
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Compactors. Room Air Conditioners. Oehumidiliers.
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