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A Note To You
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Important Safety
Instructions
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Parts And Features
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Before Using Your
Refrigerator
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Using Your
Refrigerator
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Food Storage Guide 18
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REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER
MODEL
4ED20ZK
A Note To You
Thank
you for buying
a Whirlpool*
appliance.
You have purchased a quality, wor/cMass home appliance. Years of engineering experience
went into its manufacturing. To ensure that you enjoy many years of trouble-free operation,
we developed this Use and Care Guide. It is full of valuable information on how to operate
and maintain your appliance properly and safely. Please read it carefully. Also, please complete and mail the Ownership Registration Card provided with your appliance. This will help
us notify you about any new information on your appliance.
Your
safety
is important
to us.
This guide contains safety symbols and statements. Please pay special attention to these
symbols and follow any instructions given. Here is a brief explanation of the use of each
symbol.
This symbol will help alert you to such
dangers as personal injury, burns, fire
and electrical shock.
Help when
you need
This symbol will help you avoid actions
which could cause product damage
(scratches, dents, etc.) and damage to
your personal property.
it.
If you ever have a question concerning your appliance’s operation, or if you need service, first
see “If You Need Assistance Or Service” on page 20. If you need further help, feel free to call
an authorized Whirlpool* service company. When calling, you will need to know your
appliance’s complete model number and serial number. You can find this information on the
model and serial number label (see diagram on page 4). For your convenience, we have
included a handy place below for you to record these numbers, the purchase date from the
sales slip and your dealer’s name and telephone number. Keep this book and the sales slip
together in a safe place for future reference.
Model Number
Dealer Name
Serial Number
Dealer Phone
Purchase
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Date
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Safety
Read all instructions before using the
refrigerator.
Child 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 are getting rid of your old refrigerator, do it safely.
Never allow children to operate, play
with, or crawl inside the refrigerator.
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Instructions
Never clean refrigerator parts with
flammable fluids. The fumes can create a
fire hazard or explosion.
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DO NOT STORE OR USE GASOLINE OR
OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPORS AND
LIQUIDS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS OR
ANY OTHER APPLIANCE. THE FUMES
CAN CREATE A FIRE HAZARD OR
EXPLOSION.
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Please:
l Install and level the refrigerator
on a floor
that will hold the weight and in an area
suitable for its size and use.
l Do not install the refrigerator
near an oven,
radiator or other heat source.
l Do not use the refrigerator
in an area
where the room temperature will fall below
13°C (55°F).
l Keep the refrigerator
out of the weather.
l Connect
the refrigerator only to the proper
kind of outlet, with the correct electrical
supply and grounding.
l Do not load the refrigerator
with food
before it has time to get properly cold
l Use the refrigerator
only for the uses
described in this manual.
l Properly
maintain the refrigerator.
l Be sure the refrigerator
is not used by
anyone unable to operate it properly.
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Parts And Features
This section contains captioned illustrations. Use them to become familiar with where all parts
and features are located and what they look like.
Control
panel
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Light
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Removable
freezer
shelves .
Model and
serial number
label
(on side wall)
Utility
compartment
Freezer light
Ice cube
trays and
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Shelf glide
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Freezer bin
Leveling
rollers (behind base
grille)
Control
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Base grille
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Refrigerator
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Before Using Your
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In This
Section
Page
Cleaning
Page
5
it ...........................................
Installing
Plugging
it in .......................................
5
Leveling
it properly
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it ............................................
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It is important to prepare your refrigerator for use. This section tells you how to clean it,
connect it to a power source, install it and level it.
Cleaning
Removing
it
packaging
materials
Remove tape and any inside labels (except
the model and serial number label) before
using the refrigerator.
To remove any remaining glue:
l Rub briskly with thumb to make a ball, then
remove.
OR
l Soak area with liquid hand-dishwashing
detergent before removing glue as
described above. Do not use sharp
instruments, rubbing alcohol, flammable
fluids or abrasive cleaners. These can
damage the material. See “Important
Safety Instructions” on page 3.
Plugging
it in
Recommended
Grounding Method
A 220 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 provided. Use a receptacle which cannot
be turned off with a switch or pull chain. Do
not use an extension cord.
NOTE: Do not remove any permanent
instruction labels inside your refrigerator. Do
not remove the Tech Sheet fastened under
the refrigerator at the front.
Cleaning
it before
use
After removing all packaging materials,
clean your refrigerator before using it, if
necessary. See cleaning instructions on
pages 14-l 5.
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it properly
? . Allow 1.25 cm (% inch) space on each
side and at the top of the refrigerator for
ease of installation.
2. If the refrigerator is to be against a wall,
you might want to leave extra space on
the hinge side closest to the wall so the
door can be opened wider.
3. The refrigerator can be flush against the
wall.
Leveling
it
Your refrigerator has 2 front leveling
screws-one on the right and one on the left.
To adjust one or both of these, follow the
directions below.
1. Remove base grille. (See page 12.)
2. To raise front, turn screw clockwise.
3. To lower front, turn screw counterclockwise.
4. Check with level.
5. Replace base grille. (See page 12.)
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Right to raise;
left to lower
Use a screwdriver to adjust
Using Your Refrigerator
In This
Section
Setting the controls
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settings
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Removing
the freezer shelves..
Removing
the freezer bin.. .............. .ll
Changing
the control
Adjusting
the shelf glide .. . .. .. .. .. . .. .. . .. . 8
Using the ice cube trays.. ................... .I1
Adjusting
the refrigerator
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Removing
the base grille ................ .12
Using the egg bin . . .. .. .. . .. .. .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. 9
Changing
the light bulbs
Removing the crisper and
crisper cover . . .. .. .. . .. . .. .. .. . .. .. . .. .. .. . .. .. . . 10
Understanding
the sounds
you may hear ....................................
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Removing the meat drawer
and cover . . .. .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . ... . .. .. . .. . .. .. .. . .. .. 10
Saving energy ...................................
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shelves
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To obtain the best possible results from your refrigerator, it is important that you operate it
properly. This section tells you how to set the controls, remove and adjust some of the features in your refrigerator, and how to save energy.
Setting
the controls
Controls for the refrigerator and freezer are in
the refrigerator. When you plug in the refrigerator
for the first time:
1. Set the Refrigerator Control to 3.
Refrigerator Control adjustments range from
1 (warmest) to 5 (coldest).
2. Set the Freezer Control to B.
Freezer Control adjustments range from
A (warmest) to C (coldest).
3. Give the refrigerator time to cool down
completely before adding food. This may
take several hours.
The settings indicated above should be
correct for normal, household refrigerator
usage. The controls are set correctly when
milk or juice is as cold as you like and
when ice cream is firm. If you need to
adjust these settings, see ‘Changing the
control settings” on page 8.
1J 11 E The Automatic Exterior Moisture
control continuously guards against moisture
build-up on the outside of your refrigerator
cabinet. This control does not have to be set
or adjusted.
Chmging
the control
settings
If you need to adjust temperatures in
refrigerator or freezer, use the settings listed
in the chart below as a guide.
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CONDITION:
Refrigerator
section
too
warm
Freezer
section
too warm
Refrigerator
section
too cold
Ice not
made fast
enough
Both
sections
too warm
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Wait at least 24 hours between adjustments.
Then adjust the Freezer Control if needed.
RECOMMENDED
CONTROL SETTINGS:
REASON:
Door opened often
. Large amount of food added
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too warm
Refrigerator
Freezer
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A
Door opened often
Large amount of food added
Very cold room temperature
(can’t cvcle often enouoh)
Refrigerator
Freezer
3
C
Controls not set correctly
for your conditions
Refrigerator
Freezer
2
B
Heavy ice usage
Very cold room temperature
(can’t cycle often enough)
Refrigerator
Freezer
3
C
Door opened often
Large amount of food added
Very warm or very cold room
temperatures
Refrigerator
Freezer
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the shelf
Use the shelf glide to secure odd-shaped
items or to separate other items.
1. Grasp glide.
2. Slide guide along track.
NOTE: Shelf glides cannot be removed.
glide
Adjusting
the
refrigerator
shelves
Adjust shelves to match the way you use
your refrigerator.
To remove the shelves:
1. Remove items from the shelf.
2. Tilt shelf up at front.
3. Lift shelf up at back.
4. Pull shelf straight out.
To replace the shelves:
1. Guide the rear shelf hooks into the slots
in the shelf supports on the back liner
wall.
2. Tilt front of shelf up until hooks drop into
slots.
3. Lower front of shelf to a level position.
Using
the egg bin
The egg bin has two pieces -the lid and
the bin. Use the egg bin to hold one, two or
three dozen eggs.
Lid
To hold one dozen eggs:
Place a dozen eggs (in or out of carton) in
the bin and cover with the lid.
Bin
To hold two dozen eggs:
Place two dozen eggs loose in the bin and
cover with the lid.
To hold three dozen eggs:
Place two dozen eggs loose in the bin.
Invert the lid and place it on the bin. Put a
dozen eggs, in their carton, on top of the lid.
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emsving
the crisper
and crisper
cover
To remove the crisper:
1 Slide the crisper straight out to the stop.
2 Lift the front slightly.
3. Slide out the rest of the way.
4. Replace in reverse order.
Pull out to the
To remove the cover:
1. Hold cover firmly with both hands and lift
front of cover off supports.
2. Lift cover out by pulling up and out.
Lift the cover
front, then
the back.
To replace the cover:
1. Fit back of cover into notch supports on
walls of refrigerator.
2. Lower front into place.
Removing
the meat
drawer
To remove the meat drawer:
1. Slide the meat drawer straight out to the
stop.
2. Lift the front slightly.
3. Slide out the rest of the way.
4. Replace in reverse order.
To remove the cover:
1. Remove the crisper, the crisper cover and
the meat drawer.
2. Tilt front of cover up.
3. Lift cover at back and pull straight out.
4. Replace in reverse order.
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and cover
Pull out to the stop, lift
the front and pull again.
Removing
the freezer
shelves
To remove the shelves:
1. Lift right side of shelf off supports.
2. Slide shelf out of shelf support holes.
3. Replace in reverse order.
Removing
the freezer
bin
To remove the bin:
1. Slide bin out to the stop.
2. Lift the front to clear the stop.
3. Slide bin out the rest of the way.
Pull out to the stop, lift
the front and pull
again.
To replace the bin:
1. Place bin on the slides.
2. Make sure the wire stops clear the front
of the slides.
3. Slide bin in all the way.
Using
the
ice cube
trays
If you don’t use the cubes, they may shrink.
The moving cold air starts a slow evaporation. The longer you store cubes, the smaller
they get.
To remove ice:
1. Hold tray at both ends.
2. Twist slightly.
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Removing
the base
grille
To remove the grille:
1 Open both doors.
2, Pull base grille forward to release the
support tabs from the metal clips.
3. Do not remove Tech Sheet fastened
behind the grille.
Condenser coils
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To replace the grille:
1. Line up grille support tabs with metal clips.
2. Push firmly to snap into place.
3. Close the doors.
See cleaning instructions for defrost pan and
condenser coils on page 15.
Changing
the light
bulbs
Electrical Shock Hazard
Before removing a light bulb, either
unplug the refrigerator or disconnect
the electricity leading to it at the main
power supply.
Failure to do so could result in
personal injury.
To change refrigerator
light:
1. Disconnect refrigerator from power supply.
2. Reach behind the Control Console to
remove bulb.
3. Replace bulb with a 40-watt appliance bulb.
4. Reconnect refrigerator to power supply.
To change freezer light:
1. Disconnect refrigerator from power supply.
2. Push in sides of light shield until it snaps
free.
3. Replace bulb with a 40-watt appliance
bulb.
4. Replace light shield.
5. Reconnect refrigerator to power supply.
NOTE: Not all appliance bulbs will fit your
refrigerator. Be sure to replace a bulb with
one of the same size and shape.
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Understanding
the sounds
Your new refrigerator 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 following describes the kinds of
sounds that might be new to you, and what
may be making them.
Slight
hum,
soft
hiss
You may hear the refrigerator’s
and moving air.
Clicking
or snapping
fan motor
you
Water
may
hear
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.
Running
sounds
Your refrigerator has a high-efficiency
compressor and motor. It will run longer than
older designs. It may even seem to run most
of the time.
sounds
The thermostat makes a definite click when
the refrigerator stops running. It also makes
a sound when the refrigerator starts. The
defrost timer will click when the defrost cycle
starts.
Saving
energy
You can help your refrigerator use less
electricity.
l Check door gaskets for a tight seal. Level
the cabinet to be sure of a good seal.
l Clean the condenser
coils regularly.
l Open the door as few times as possible.
Think about what you need before you
open the door. Get everything out at one
time. Keep food organized so you won’t
have to search for what you want. Close
door as soon as food is removed.
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don’t overcrowd it so air movement is
blocked.
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.
Make sure your refrigerator is not next to a
heat source such as a range, water heater,
furnace, radiator or in direct sunlight.
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Caring
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In This
Section
Cleaning
your refrigerator
Holiday
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Power interruptions..
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care ................. 16
and moving
Your refrigerator is built to give you many years of dependable service. However, there are a
few things you can do to help extend its product life. This section tells you how to clean your
refrigerator and what to do when going on holiday, moving or during a power outage.
Cleaning
your
refrigerator
Both the refrigerator and freezer sections
defrost automatically. However, clean both
about once a month to prevent odors from
building up. Wipe up spills right away.
To clean your refrigerator, turn the Refrigerator Control to OFF, unplug it, take out all
removable parts and clean the refrigerator
according to the following directions.
PART
WHAT TO USE
Removable parts
(shelves, crisper,
etc.)
Sponge or cloth with mild
detergent and warm
water
Outside
Sponge, cloth or paper
towel with mild detergent,
warm water and an
appliance wax (or good
auto paste wax)
Inside
(allow
warm
won’t
walls
freezer to
up so cloth
stick)
Sponge, soft cloth or
paper towel with baking
soda or mild detergent
and warm water
Personal Injury Hazard
Refrigeration system tubes are located
near the defrost pan and can become
hot. Remove and install defrost pan
carefully.
Failure to do so could result in personal
injury.
HOW TO CLEAN
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Hand wash, rinse and dry thoroughly.
Wash outside of cabinet. Do not
use abrasive or harsh cleaners.
Rinse and dry thoroughly.
Wax painted metal surfaces at least
twice a year. Apply wax with a
clean, s&t cloth.. Waxing painted
metal surfaces provides rust
protection.
Do not wax plastic
parts.
Wash with mixture of warm water
and:
- mild detergent, or
- baking soda (26 g [2 tablespoons]
to .95 L [l quart] of water).
Rinse and dry thoroughly.
PART
WHAT TO USE
Door liners and
gaskets
Sponge, soft cloth
or paper towel with
mild detergent and
warm water
Plastic parts
(covers and
panels)
Soft, clean sponge
or soft, clean cloth
with mild detergent
and warm water
Defrost pan
Sponge or cloth
with mild detergent
and warm water
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HOW TO CLEAN
-meWash, rinse and dry thoroughly.
DO NOT USE cleaning waxes, concentrated detergents, bleaches or cleaners
containing
petroleum on plastic parts.
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Wash, rinse and dry thoroughly.
DO NOT USE paper towels, window
sprays, scouring cleansers or flammable fluids. These can scratch or
damage material. See “Important Safety
Instructions”
on page 3.
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Vacuum cleaner
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Remove base grille. (See page 12.)
To remove defrost pan, lift pan over wire
brace (remove tape; if any).
Wash, rinse and dry thoroughly.
Replace with notched corner to the rear.
Push it in all the way.
Make sure defrost pan drain tube is
pointing into pan.
Replace base grille.
Remove base grille.
Vacuum coils when dusty or dirty. Coils
may need to be cleaned as often as
every other month.
Replace base grille.
Roll refrigerator out only as far as the
water supply line allows.
Clean floor.
Roll refrigerator back into place.
Check to see if the refrigerator is level.
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Holiday
Short
and moving
care
holidays
No need to shut off the refrigerator if you will
be away for less than four weeks.
1. Use up any perishables.
2. Freeze other items.
Long
holidays
If you will be gone a month or more:
1. Remove all food from the refrigerator:
2. Unplug the refrigerator.
3. Clean it, rinse well and dry.
4. Tape rubber or wood blocks to the tops of
both doors to prop them open far enough
for air to get in. This stops odor and mold
from building up.
Personal Injury Hazard
Do not allow children to climb on, play
near or climb inside the refrigerator
when the doors are blocked open.
They may become injured or trapped.
To restart refrigerator, see “Using Your
Refrigerator” on page 7.
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Moving
When you are moving the refrigerator to a
new home:
1. Remove all food from the refrigerator.
2. Pack all frozen food in dry ice.
3. Unplug the refrigerator.
4. Clean it thoroughly. Rinse well and dry.
5. Take out all removable parts, wrap them
well, and tape them together so they don’t
shift and rattle.
6. Screw in the leveling rollers.
7. Tape the doors shut and tape the power
supply cord to the cabinet.
When you get to your new home, put
everything back and refer to page 5.
Power
interruptions
If electricity goes off, call the power company. Ask how long power will be off.
1. If service will be interrupted 24 hours or
less, keep both doors closed. This
helps food stay frozen.
2. If service will be interrupted longer than
24 hours:
(a) Remove all frozen food and store in a
frozen food locker.
OR
(b) Place 32 grams of dry ice in freezer
for every liter (2 Ibs. for every cubic
foot) of freezer space. This keeps food
frozen for 2 to 4 days. Wear gloves to
protect your hands from dry ice burns.
OR
(c) If neither a food locker or dry ice is
available, use or can perishable food
at once.
3. A full freezer stays cold longer than a
partly filled one. A freezer full of meat
stays cold longer than a freezer full of
baked goods. If food contains ice crystals,
it may be safely refrozen, although the
quality and flavor may be affected. If the
condition of the food is poor, or if you feel
it is unsafe, dispose of it.
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Food Storage
Guide
There is a correct way to package and store refrigerated or frozen food. To keep food fresher,
longer, take the time to study these recommended steps.
Storing
fresh
food
Wrap or store food placed in the refrigerator
in airtight and moisture-proof material. This
prevents food odor and taste transfer
throughout the refrigerator. For dated
products, check code date to ensure freshness.
Leafy
vegetables
Remove store wrapping and trim or tear off
bruised and discolored areas. Wash in cold
water and drain. Place in plastic bag or
plastic container and store in crisper.
Vegetables
with skins
(carrots,
peppers)
Cheese
Store in the original wrapping until you are
ready to use it. Once opened, rewrap tightly
in plastic wrap or aluminum foil.
Leftovers
Cover leftovers with plastic wrap or aluminum foil. Plastic containers with tight lids can
also be used.
Meat
Store most meat in original wrapping as long
as it is airtight and moisture-proof. Rewrap if
necessary. See the following chart for
storage times.
Store in crisper, plastic bags or plastic
container.
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Fruit
Wash, let dry and store in refrigerator in
plastic bags or crisper. Do not wash or hull
berries until they are ready to use. Sort and
keep berries in their original container in a
crisper, or store in a loosely closed paper
bag on a refrigerator shelf.
Eclw
Store without washing in egg bin provided,
or in the original carton on an interior shelf.
Milk
Wipe milk cartons. For best storage, place
milk on interior shelf.
Butter
or margarine
Keep opened butter in covered dish or
closed compartment. When storing an extra
supply, wrap in freezer packaging and
freeze.
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APPROXIMATE
(DAYS)+
Chicken
1 to 2
Ground beef
1 to2
Steaks and roasts
3 to 5
Cured meats
7to 10
Bacon
5 to 7
Cold cuts
3 to 5
Variety meats
1 to2
TIME
+lf storing meat longer than the times given,
follow the directions for freezing.
NOTE: Use fresh fish and shellfish the same
day as purchased.
Storing
frozen
food
The freezer section is designed for storage
of commercially frozen food and for freezing
food at home.
NOTE: For further information about preparing food for freezing or food storage times,
check a freezer guide or reliable cookbook.
Packaging
The secret of successful freezing is in the
packaging. The way you close and seal the
package must not allow air or moisture in or
out. Packaging done in any other way could
cause food odor and taste transfer throughout the refrigerator and drying of frozen
food.
Freezing
Do not expect your freezer to quick-freeze
any large quantity of food. Put no more
unfrozen food into the freezer than will
freeze within 24 hours (no more than 32 to
48 grams of food per liter [2 to 3 Ibs. per
cubic foot] of freezer space). Leave enough
space for air to circulate around packages.
Be careful to leave enough room at the front
so the door can close tightly.
Storage times will vary according to the
quality of the food, the type of packaging or
wrap used (airtight and moisture-proof) and
the storage temperature, which should be
-17.8% (0°F).
Packaging recommended
for use:
Rigid plastic containers with tight-fitting lids
l Straight-sided
canning/freezing jars
l Heavy-duty
aluminum foil
l Plastic-coated
paper
l Non-permeable
plastic wraps (made from
a Saran film)
Follow package or container instructions for
proper freezing methods.
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Do not use:
Bread wrappers
l Non-polyethylene
plastic containers
l Containers
without tight lids
l Waxed paper
l Waxed-coated
freezer wrap
l Thin, semi-permeable
wrap
The use of these wrappings could cause
food odor, taste transfer and drying of frozen
food.
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Or
If You Need Assistance
Service
Performance problems often result from little things you can fix without tools. Please read the
chart below before calling for service on your appliance.
1. Before
calling
for assistance
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Listed in this chart are the most common problems consumers
Please read through this and see if it can’solve your problem.
run into with their appliances.
PROBLEM
CHECK THE FOLLOWING
Your refrigerator
will not
operate
Is the power supply cord firmly plugged into a live circuit with proper
voltage?
Has a household fuse or circuit breaker blown/tripped?
Is the Refrigerator
The lights do
not work
Control set to the OFF position?
Is the power supply cord firmly plugged into a live circuit with proper
voltage?
Has a household fuse or circuit breaker blown/tripped?
Is a bulb burned out?
You hear unfamiliar sounds or a
rattling/jingling
noise
Some new sounds are normal. See “Understanding
may hear” on page 13.
There is water in
the defrost pan
This is normal on hot, muggy days. Make sure the refrigerator is level
so the pan does not overflow.
The motor seems
to run too much
Are the condenser coils dirty?
Is something on top of or behind the refrigerator?
the sounds you
Has the door been opened often? Has a large amount of food been
added at one time? The motor naturally runs longer if these things
happen.
Is the room hot? If the room is too warm, the motor runs longer to
keep the unit cool.
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2. If the problem
is not due to
one of the items listed in
Step I+ . . .
Contact the dealer from whom you purchased the unit or an authorized Whirlpool*
service company.
3. If you need FSP’
ment parts+ . . .
replace-
FSP is a registered trademark of Whirlpool
Corporation for quality parts. Look for this
symbol of quality whenever you need a
replacement part for your Whirlpool appliance. FSP replacement parts will fit right
and work right because they are made to
the same exacting specifications used to
build every new Whirlpool appliance.
To locate FSP replacement parts in your
area, contact the dealer from whom you
purchased the unit or an authorized
Whirlpool service company.
+When asking for help or service:
Please provide a detailed description of
the problem, your appliance’s complete
model and serial numbers, and the
purchase date. (See page 2.) This
information will help us respond
properly to your request.
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WHIRLPOOL’
Refrigerator
Warranty
LENGTH OF WARRANTY
WHIRLPOOL
FULL ONE-YEAR
WARRANTY
From Date of Purchase
FSP’ replacement parts and repair labor to correct
defects in materials or workmanship. Service must be
provided by an authorized Whirlpool service company.
FULL FIVE-YEAR
WARRANTY
From Date of Purchase
FSP replacement parts and repair labor to correct defects
in materials or workmanship in the sealed refrigeration
system. These parts are:
4. Drier
1. Compressor
5. Connecting tubing
2. Evaporator
3. Condenser
Service must be provided by an authorized Whirlpool
service company.
WHIRLPOOL
WILL PAY FOR
WILL NOT PAY FOR
A. Service calls to:
1. Correct the installation of your refrigerator.
2. Instruct you how to use your refrigerator.
3. Replace house fuses or correct house wiring or plumbing.
4. Replace light bulbs.
B. Repairs when your refrigerator is used in other than normal, single-family household
use.
C. Pickup and delivery. Your refrigerator is designed to be repaired in the home.
D. Damage to your refrigerator caused by accident, misuse, fire, flood, acts of God or use
of products not approved by Whirlpool.
E. Any food loss due to product failure.
F. Repairs to parts or systems caused by unauthorized modifications made to the
appliance.
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WHIRLPOOL CORPORATION
QUENTIAL DAMAGES.
SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL
OR CONSE-
Outside the United States, a different warranty may apply. For details, please contact your
authorized Whirlpool distributor or military exchange.
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waste
50% recovered materials
PART NO. 2167495
Q 1994 Whirlpool
Corporation
l
Registered
Trademark
of WhIrlpool.
U.S.A.
Printed
in U.S.A