Electrolux 7388KG Refrigerator User Manual

SANTO 7380KG
SANTO 7388KG
Fridge Freezer
Operating and Installation Instructions
Congratulations on the purchase of your new refrigerator. With proper care, it will provide you with many years of dependable operation.
Please read this Use and Care manual completely before operating your refrigerator. It contains the necessary information to ensure safe,
efficient operation. Please note the model number and serial number located on the inside of your refrigerator. If a problem arises, both of
these numbers will be required to obtain service.
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Safety
WARNING -For your own safety, read
the following instructions before operating
your refrigerator. Failure to follow these
instructions may result in personal injury.
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Destroy or recycle the carton, staples and
any plastic packing materials after the
refrigerator is unpacked. Cartons and
plastics are potential safety hazards to
small children.
•
Remove the door from your old
refrigerator before disposing of it.
•
Never disconnect the refrigerator by
pulling on the service cord. Firmly grip
plug at electrical outlet and pull.
•
To avoid electrical shock, disconnect the
refrigerator prior to cleaning or changing
a light bulb, or removing rear access
cover. Turning the interior control to “0”
will NOT disconnect the power supply.
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Do not store flammable liquids near any
appliance. Do not operate the refrigerator in the presence of explosive fumes.
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If your refrigerator has an automatic ice
maker, avoid contact with moving parts.
Electrical
Information
WARNING: Failure to follow these
warnings may result in electric shock or
injury. Check serial plate for voltage and
cycle information.
220 - 240 Volt, 50/60 Hz
WARNING: If this does not match your
electrical requirements, contact your dealer
immediately. Operating a refrigerator on an
incorrect power supply can damage the
compressor. Be sure the refrigerator is
properly grounded. The service cord of the
refrigerator is equipped with a grounding
terminal. It must be plugged directly into a
properly grounded receptacle. If you do not
have a properly grounded receptacle, it
must be replaced in accordance with local
codes and ordinances. The work must be
done by a qualified electrician.
WALL CIRCUIT BREAKER RATING:
220 - 240 V, 50/60 Hz = 7.5 A
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CAUTION:
If the service cord is damaged, it must
be replaced by a special cord or
assembly available from your
authorized dealer.
Do not use an adaptor.
Do not use an extension cord.
Do not remove or cut grounding prong.
Do not pinch, knot, or bend the power
cord.
CAUTION
Performance may be affected if the
voltage varies by 10% or more.
Operating the refrigerator with
insufficient power can damage the
compressor. Such damage is not
covered under your warranty.
Do not plug the unit into an outlet
controlled by a wall switch or pull cord
to prevent the refrigerator from being
turned off accidentally.
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Installation
Installation
The refrigerator should be located away
from direct sunlight and heat sources such
as registers, radiators or any cooking
products.
TO ADJUST THE FRONT ROLLERS
In accordance with ISO standards, your
refrigerator is performance rated at Class N,
16°C to 32°C (61°F to 90°F) or at Class ST,
18°C to 38°C (65°F to 100°F). Internal
temperatures may be affected by such
factors as its location, ambient temperature,
and the frequency of door openings.
Allow space around the unit for good air
circulation. Allow a 25mm (1 inch) space
behind and a 10mm (3/8 inch) space above
the refrigerator for adequate ventilation.
In a recessed installation, allow an extra
10 - 15 mm (½ inch) on each side for ease
of installation. If the side of the unit will be
placed against a wall, allow 13 mm
(½ inch) space for proper door opening.
TIPS:
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Proper air circulation and leveling will
assure efficient operation of your refrigerator.
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Do not use an extension cord.
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If refrigerator has an ice maker, locate it
near a water supply.
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Remove all packing materials and tape.
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Wash interior with a mild soap and
warm water.
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Do not use a razor blade or knife to
remove tape.
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1. Open both doors.
2. Remove the toe grille by pulling it
straight out.
3. Adjust the rollers by turning each roller
adjusting bolt with a wrench until the
refrigerator is level and stable. The rear
rollers are not adjustable.
4. Check both doors to ensure that the
seals touch the cabinet on all sides.
5. Replace the toe grille by lining up the
retainers with the holes and pushing the
grille straight on.
TIPS:
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If the freezer door is higher than the
refrigerator door, raise the right corner
and/or lower the left corner until the
doors align across the top of the cabinet.
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If the refrigerator door is higher than
the freezer door, raise the left corner
and/or lower the right corner until doors
align across the top of the cabinet.
Operation
Operation
Before starting the refrigerator, follow these
important steps:
•
Clean the interior thoroughly.
•
Leave both doors open to prevent odor
and mold build-up.
•
Insert the power cord into a properly
grounded electrical receptacle. DO NOT
use an extension cord or an adaptor.
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If your refrigerator is equipped with an
automatic ice maker, see section “AUTOMATIC ICE MAKER” for starting
procedure.
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Set the controls at midpoint at start up.
See section “TEMPERATURE CONTROLS” if
adjustments are desired.
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To ensure safe food storage, allow the
refrigerator to operate with doors closed
for at least 8 hours before loading with
food.
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To maintain temperatures, a fan circulates
air in the refrigerator and freezer compartments. Do not block air vents with food
items.
REFRIGERATOR CONTROLS
Remove all food and ice. Turn the controls
to the “O” position and disconnect the
service cord.
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If equipped with an ice maker, raise the
signal arm to its locked position (see Figure
1) and turn off the water supply at its valve.
The refrigerator controls should be set at
midpoint of the dial for a period of 24
hours. After 24 hours, adjust the control if
needed. To obtain a COLDER temperature,
turn the knob clockwise to a higher
number. To obtain a WARMER temperature,
turn the knob counterclockwise to a lower
number. Note that storage temperatures
may be affected by room temperature.
FREEZER CONTROLS
The freezer controls are located inside the
freezer compartment. The freezer should be
set at midpoint for a period of 24 hours.
After 24 hours, adjust the control if
needed.To obtain a COLDER temperature,
turn the knob clockwise to a higher
number. To obtain a WARMER temperature,
turn the knob counterclockwise to a lower
number.
IMPORTANT TIPS
When taking the refrigerator out of service for
a period of time:
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Temperature
Controls
NOTE: When placing the refrigerator back into
service, leave ice maker off until water supply is
turned on.
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Turning the freezer control to “0” will
shut down cooling in BOTH the
refrigerator and the freezer compartments.
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When first setting the controls or when
changing a setting, wait 24 hours for
the temperature to stabilize before
making more changes.
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A change in the control setting in the
freezer compartment will affect the
temperature in BOTH the freezer and the
refrigerator compartment.
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Ice & Water
Dispenser
Ice & Water
Dispenser
AUTOMATIC ICE & WATER
DISPENSER (some models)
WATER CONNECTION:
The ice and water dispenser on the freezer
door conveniently dispenses chilled water
and ice. To operate the dispenser, select the
ice option desired using the touch pad, and
press a glass against the dispensing arm. To
stop dispensing, pull glass away from
dispensing arm. When dispensing ice,
release dispensing arm before the glass is
full. Allow ice chute to clear or water to stop
before removing glass.
A drip tray located beneath the dispenser
catches and evaporates small spills. This
drip tray is removable and dishwasher safe.
It is NOT a drain, DO NOT pour water
directly into this area.
LOCK OUT FEATURE (some models)
The Ice & Water Dispensing System can be
locked out to prevent unwanted use.
To Lock Out - Press the “Padlock” pad for 3-5
seconds. A RED light will appear above the
Padlock.
To Unlock - Press the “Padlock” pad for 3-5
seconds until the RED light above the Padlock goes out.
ICE MAKER OPERATION
The ice maker is located behind the baffle in
the top of the freezer. The wire signal arm
may be raised up and locked in the “OFF”
position to stop ice maker operation (see
Figure 2). When the freezer temperature is
cold, the ice maker can be started by
lowering the wire signal arm to its “ON”
position.
CAUTION: Water supply must have a
minimum pressure of 1.4 bars (20 psi) and a
maximum pressure of 6.9 bars (100 psi).
DISPENSER LIGHT (SOME MODELS)
The light can be turned on and off by
pressing the light touchpad. The light will
illuminate the entire dispenser area. The
light also turns on automatically when the
ice and/or water is dispensed. If bulb
replacement is necessary, use an E14, 7 watt
appliance bulb.
OPERATION OF WATER DISPENSER
A water tank is located at the back of the
refrigerator compartment and holds about
0.7 liters (24 oz.) of water. As the water is
dispensed, the tank is automatically refilled.
When first installing the refrigerator, draw
and discard one glass of water. This action
will fill the tank and should take about 1½
minutes. Continue to draw and discard 7
more glasses of water to ensure that all
plumbing connections have been rinsed of
any impurities.
To ensure fresh tasting water, it is suggested that the water dispenser be used
every day. If water supply is not used for
more than one week, flush the tank as
specified above.
NOTE: The water delivery system has a
built-in shutoff device that will stop
thewater flow after 3 minutes of continuous use. To RESET the dispensing mechanism, release the acuator button.
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CAUTION: Ensure that the ice maker
water supply tube is connected to a safe
(potable) water pipe only.
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Ice & Water
Filter
(some models)
This ice and water filter system, filters water
to your ice maker and water dispenser. It is
located in the upper right back corner of
the fresh food compartment (see Figure 3).
SYSTEM STARTUP:
Water supply does not need to be turned
off. However, DO NOT use ice and water
dispenser while installing filter. Refer to
Figure 3 as you complete these instructions.
The filter cartridge has already been
installed in the filter housing at the factory.
Refer to the “ICE AND WATER DISPENSER” Section to properly fill the system
with water.
CHANGING THE FILTER:
Water quality varies throughout the world.
To ensure the highest possible water
quality, change the filter every 6 months or
1514 liters. The Filter Status light will rurn
RED aftre 1514 liters of water has flowed
through the ice and water dispenser. Also, if
filter has been in a refrigerator that has not
been in use for awhile (during moving for
example), change filter before reinstalling
refrigerator.
NOTE: Dispenser system will also operate
without filtration (with filter cartridge
removed).
CHANGE WATER FILTER INDICATOR (some
models)
The Change Filter Indicator Light will light
up each time the dispenser is used. The
following Filter Light Indications are:
• Green - the filter is still operating within
its specified cycle.
• Amber - The filter has reached approximately 80% of its useful life. This is the
recommended time to purchase a
replacement filter cartridge.
• Red - The filter is 100% used up. Change
the filter as soon as possible.
After the filter cartridge has been changed,
press and hold the “Filter Light Reset”
indicator for the amount oft ime indicatd
below. If the filter indicator was:
• Red - Press for 3 - 5 seconds to RESET
• Amber - Press for 3 - 5 seconds to RESET
• Green - Press for 10 - 12 seconds to RESET
NOTE: The Green light will flash when
RESET is completed.
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Ice & Water
Filter
Ice & Water
Filter
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TO CHANGE REAR FILTER: (some
models)
6. Place filter cartridge in cup. The end with
the small o-ring should be up, out of
the cup.
7. Screw cup, with filter, back into housing.
Filter cartridge will self-align as cup is
tightened. Ensure that cup is completely
tightened, with the words “Twist To
Remove” facing outward. DO NOT
TIGHTEN PAST STOP.
8. Set ice maker lever to the ON (down)
position.
9. Check for leaks. Open refrigerator door.
Wipe any water drops from filter cup.
Run a glass of water. If there is a leak,
unscrew filter cup, and reinsert filter
cartridge. Check placement of large Oring (see directions following). Reinstall
filter cup.
10.To condition filter system and purge air
from water line, run several glasses of
water through water dispenser. This will
also assure that the purest water possible is stored in water tank.
Refer to Figure 3 as needed. It is not
necessary to turn the water supply off to
change filter.
1. Set ice maker lever (wire signal arm) to
the OFF (up) position.
2. Hold filter cup firmly, and unscrew
counterclockwise (Figure 3).
NOTE: Some water could leak out as
you remove cup. This is normal. Filter
cartridge should come down with cup. If
cartridge remains in housing, pull down
gently, while twisting filter back and
forth.
3. Empty cup of any substance.
4. The large o-ring (Figure 3) that seals the
filter system sets in the o-ring groove
down inside the cup. Should the o-ring
fall out during filter cartridge replacement, simply place it back in the groove
prior to screwing the cup back in place.
5. Remove new filter cartridge from packaging, and install.
Resetting The Filter Indicator (some models)
After replacing the filter carttridge, it will be
necessary to press the Filter Reset touchpad
located on the ice and water dispenser. This
will reset the Change Filter Indicator. Push
the reset button until the green light
flashes (3-15 seconds).
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TO CHANGE FRONT FILTER: (some models)
Refer to Figure 4 as needed. It is not necessary to turn the water supply off to change
filter.
1. Set ice maker lever (wire signal arm) to the
OFF (up) position.
2. Push the Filter Release Button, located to
the right of the filtre cartridge, to release
the filter from the housing.
NOTE: A small amount of water may be
releasedduring this operation. To minimize
the possibility of the filter falling out of
the housing during removal, it would be
best to hold the filter as it moves out toward you.
3. Pull the old filter cartridge straight out of
the housing.
4. Discard the old filter.
5. Replace new cartridge, installing the same
way as the old one came out.
6. When the cartridge is almost in, you will
feel it stop against the clip assembly in
the back of the housing. The clip assembly holds the filter cartridge firmly in place.
At this point, you will need to push firmly
until the cartridge snaps fully in place.
When completely in place, the front of the
filter cartridge will be flush with the front
of the housing.
7. Set the ice maker wire signal arm to the
ON (down) position.
8. Check for leaks. Fill a glass with water.
There will be noticable spurts and sputters as the system pushes the air out
through the system and out the dispenser
nozzle. This is normal.
9. After you have run one glass of water, continue to flush the system for approximately
3 minutes.
Resetting The Filter Status Light
(some models)
After replacing the filter cartridge, it will be
necessary to press the Filter Reset touchpad
located on the ice and water dispenser. This
will reset the Change Filter Indicator. Push the
reset button until the green light flashes (3-15
seconds).
OPERATION OF AUTOMATIC ICE
MAKER (Some Models)
If your refrigerator has an automatic ice
maker, it will provide a continuous supply of
ice. If not factory installed, the ice maker can
be purchased as an accessory kit from your
dealer.
220-240V, 50/60 Hz models use ice maker
kit number IM220. This ice maker kit
must be installed by a qualified technician only.
CAUTION: Ensure that the ice maker
water supply tube is connected to a safe
(potable) water pipe only.
CAUTION: Water supply must have
minimum pressure of 1.4 bars (20 psi) and
maximum water pressure of 6.9 bars (100
psi).
Place the ice container under the ice maker.
Lower the wire signal arm to the DOWN
position. When the freezer is cold, ice
making will begin. To stop ice maker, lift
the wire signal arm until it clicks in and
locks in the UP position. It is not necessary
to stop the ice maker when the ice server is
full. The ice maker will automatically shut
itself off when the ice level reaches a
certain point in the server.
Due to new plumbing connections, the
first production of ice from your ice maker
may be discolored or have an odd taste.
Please discard.
If the dispensing paddle is pushed for
more than 4 minutes, the dispenser motor
may overload and stop. The overload
protector will reset automatically after 3 or
4 minutes.
Filter
Cartridge
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Push In
and Click
To Install
Push Button
To Release
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Food Storage
Food Storage
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FROZEN FOOD SECTION
FRESH FOOD SECTION
Maximum storage time can be attained by
use of plastic wrap to prevent drying of
foods. The coldest storage area is the main
freezer compartment. Door shelves are
intended for shorter term storage items
such as juices, pastries, and prepared foods.
SHELVES
Your refrigerator has the convenience of
shelves and storage compartments for a
variety of foods and snacks. Refrigerator
shelves can be easily adjusted to suit your
storage needs. Cantilever shelves are
supported at the back of the refrigerator. To
remove, lift the shelf up and out. Replace
shelf by inserting hooks at the rear into the
slots. Lower and lock into position.
Do not exceed the storage times specified
by the manufacturers of commercially
frozen and processed foods. Follow
package instructions.
Do not place effervescent drinks in the
frozen food storage section as bursting and
personal injury may result. Also for personal
safety, note that some products such as
water ices should not be consumed too
cold.
CRISPER
Crisper is located under the bottom shelf,
and is used for storing fresh fruit and
vegetables. Vegetables should be washed
and drained before being placed into the
crisper. A variable humidity control,
available on some models, allows you to
adjust the storage environment in the
crisper.
IN THE EVENT OF POWER FAILURE
CHILLED MEAT KEEPER (Some Models)
The meat keeper storage drawer has an
adjustable cold air feature. To obtain the
coldest temperature, slide the control to its
”coldest” position. Use this pan for short
term storage of bulk meat items. If meats
are to be kept longer than one or two days,
they should be frozen. (See Figure 6.)
Meat Keeper & Temperature Control
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The wine rack stores bottles of wine, or
2-liter plastic bottles of juice or soda pop.
To install, slide the wine rack onto the shelf
with the curve facing in. To remove, slide
the wine rack out. Install on either side of a
SpillsafeTM shelf (See Figure 5a).
Fresh Food Section - Keep door openings
to a minimum to prevent loss of cold air.
Normally, depending on the surrounding
temperature, foods will not deteriorate for
up to 12 hours.
Frozen Food Section - To prevent introduction of heat, do not open freezer door.
Normally, foods will not begin to thaw out
for up to 6 hours. Foods that have
thawed should not be refrozen. However,
if freshly thawed, foods may be immediately
cooked or processed for consumption.
When the refrigerator resumes operation,
carefully check for food deterioration and
discard any affected food.
Clean and dry interior surfaces.
TALL BOTTLE RETAINER (Some Models)
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Care and
Cleaning
It is important to keep your refrigerator
clean to prevent bacteria and odor from
forming.
Remove all food and disconnect the power
source before cleaning the interior compartment.
Always disconnect the service cord from
wall before cleaning the refrigerator.
Turning the interior controls to “0” will not
disconnect the power supply.
Care and
Cleaning
Care &
Cleaning
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INSIDE
CARE AND CLEANING OF ICE
DISPENSER:
Wash the inside of the refrigerator and
freezer with a mild household cleaner or a
solution of 2 tablespoons of baking soda in
1 liter of warm water. Rinse and dry.
Avoid getting water inside electrical parts
such as the temperature controls or the
light fixtures.
Wash removable parts, storage bins and
door gaskets in a mild household detergent
and warm water. Rinse and dry.
Failure to disconnect the power supply may
result in electrical shock and personal injury.
OUTSIDE
Do not use metallic scouring pads, brushes,
abrasive cleaners, or alkaline solutions to
clean the refrigerator. Use a sponge or soft
cloth.
Wash cabinet with warm water and a mild
liquid detergent. Rinse well and wipe with a
clean soft cloth.
Do not wash removable parts in a dishwasher.
To prevent damage to your floor when
moving the refrigerator, place a mat or rug
under the front levelers or rollers.
Damp objects stick to frozen surfaces. Do
not touch frozen surfaces with wet hands.
CONDENSER CLEANING
Do not use flammable or toxic cleaning
materials.
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Since your refrigerator is equipped with a
Never Clean condenser, there’s no need to
clean the condenser under normal operating conditions. If the refrigerator is operated under particularly dusty or greasy
conditions, or if there is significant pet
traffic in your home, it may be necessary to
periodically clean the condenser for
maximum efficiency.
Clean the dispenser and storage bin
periodically:
1. Stop ice production (raise signal arm).
2. Remove storage bin. Empty and clean
with mild detergent and warm water.
DO NOT submerge bin in water or use
abrasive cleaners.
3. Remove ice chips, clean the shelf and ice
chute.
4. Replace storage bin.
5. Begin ice production again (lower signal
arm).
Plan to remove the ice storage bin from the
freezer if:
1. A power failure of 1 hour or more
causes ice remaining in machine to melt
and then freeze together causing the ice
making mechanism to jam when the
power resumes.
2. The ice maker is not used frequently.
CAUTION - DO NOT put fingers up ice
chute. Surfaces may be sharp.
DO NOT rotate the auger when replacing
the ice bin. To realign auger, rotate it in 90°
turns until ice bin fits into place with driver
mechanism.
If cleaning of the condenser is necessary,
remove the toe grille and use an extended
vacuum attachment and condenser cleaning
brush (available from your local dealer) to
remove dust build-up from the condenser
coils.
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Hot or Humid
Climates
HOT OR HUMID CLIMATES
If you are operating your refrigerator in a
hot or humid climate it is important to
follow these tips.
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NEVER store uncovered liquids or food
in the refrigerator compartment. This
causes excessive moisture to enter the
evaporator area and may hamper
operation.
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Ensure that the refrigerator door is
closed and sealed. Remove any objects
that might prevent the door fromclosing
completely.
•
Warm temperatures and high humidity
affect the way your refrigerator operates.
Refer to the “ TEMPERATURE
CONTROLS” section for details on how
to set the controls.
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Keep the refrigerator door gasket dry.
Stagnant water can cause mildew to
grow.
•
DO NOT install the refrigerator outside
on a porch or balcony where it is subjected to the weather.
•
A fan circulates air in the freezer and
refrigerator compartments. For proper
cooling and air circulation, DO NOT
block the air vents.
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Door Removal
If it is necessary to move the refrigerator
through narrow doorways, follow these
steps to remove the refrigerator and freezer
doors.
Before removing doors, ensure that the
freezer control is turned to OFF. Remove all
food from doors and unplug refrigerator.
IMPORTANT: Trace around the hinges with
a soft lead pencil. This will make it easier to
realign the doors when they are replaced.
Completely remove one door before
starting removal of the other.
TO REMOVE FREEZER DOOR:
1. Disconnect water line at lower hinge on
freezer door: grip water tube firmly in
one hand, then with 3/8” wrencn, push
in on gray collar to release water
connector.
2. Remove top hinge cover screw on
freezer door and remove cover.
3. Disconnect wiring harness connector
plug at top hinge: place your thumbs on
flat side of each connector and bend
both parts back and forth, then with
firm grip, pull both pieces apart.
4. Trace around hinge with soft lead pencil.
This will make it easier to realign doors
when they are replaced.
5. Remove top hinge and lift freezer door
off od bottom hinge pin. Set door aside.
6. Remove bottom hinge, if necessary.
7. Reverse this procedure to reinstall
freezer door.
TO REINSTALL FREEZER DOOR
8. To reinstall water line connector, push
tube firmly into connector until connector touches the black mark on the tube
and stops. (See Figure 7.)
WARNING: This step is critical to
ensure that water line does not leak.
Door Removal
continued
TO REMOVE REFRIGERATOR DOOR:
1. Remove top hinge cover screw on
refrigerator door and remove cover.
2. Trace around hinge with soft lead pencil.
This will make it easier to realign doors
when they are replaced.
3. Remove top hinge and lift refrigerator
door off bottom hinge pin. Set door
aside.
4. Remove bottom hinge, if necessary.
5. Reverse this procedure to reinstall
refrigerator door.
When both doors have been reinstalled,
replace toe grille and plug in electrical
power cord. Turn both temperature controls
to centre position. Adjust settings as
necessary.
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Service
TIPS TO AVOID A SERVICE CALL
You may be able to save a service call by
checking the following possible causes
FIRST:
1. Ensure that the freezer control knob is at
midpoint, not zero.
2. Ensure that the house fuse is not blown
or a circuit breaker is not tripped.
3. Ensure that the service cord plug has not
been removed or loosened from the wall
outlet.
4. Ensure that air circulation in the cabinet
is not blocked by overcrowded shelves
or by paper or other covering on the
shelves.
5. Outside temperatures can affect how
your refrigerator operates. Refer to the
“TEMPERATURE CONTROL” Section of
this manual.
6. A vibrating or rattling noise indicates
your refrigerator may not be leveled
properly.
7. If the doors are opened too frequently
or for too long, temperatures will be
affected.
If you cannot locate the cause of the
trouble, call your authorized service dealer.
When calling for service, always give your
model and serial number.
REPLACING THE LIGHT BULB
To replace the light bulb in the refrigerator
compartment:
1. Disconnect the service cord.
2. Use a cloth or gloves to protect against
possible broken glass.
3. Remove light cover.
4. Unscrew old bulb and replace with an
A15, E27, or an A19, E27, 40 watt
appliance bulb.
5. Replace light cover.
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