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date
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warranty
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PRODUCT
OR FOR ANY BREACH
OF ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
OF MERCHANTABILITY
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purchaser
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Coverage:
Retain
area, any cost
of transportation
ASSISTANCE
of your
in the
repair
of the
product,
NUMBERS:
your Bill of Sale to prove date
A Copy
involved
by the owner
Sales
Receipt
must
of purchase.
be submitted
at the
time
warranty
service
provided
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Service
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Warranty
1-3
English
Version
Spanish
Version
Refrigerator
4
French Version
Care and Cleaning
Refrigerator
Cleaning
Safety
Outside
21
57
Inside Walls
21
Requirements
Parts
and
5-6
6
Instructions
for Ground
Connection
21
30
Door Lining
Important
21-22
Plastic
& Gaskets
Parts (Covers
21
and Panel)
Back Cover
Features
21
21
Replacing
Refrigerator
Replacing
Freezer Lights
Lights
21
21
Power Interruptions
22
8-14
When
Going
22
Unpacking
8
When
Moving
Installation
8
Refrigerator
Installation
Installation
of Base Grille
How to remove
and install
How to remove
and
Refrigerator
Using
your
Multi
Ice
Pull-Out
the doors
Air
Circulation
the
Adjusting
Control
16
Settings
16
Guide
Frozen
16-17
Food
Refrigerator
Section
Refrigerator
Shelves
17-20
17-18
1S
Pantry
Crisper
Humidity
OptiBin
Crispers
Crisper
cover
with
Racks
Dairy
Compartment
Compartment
Freezer
1S
Control
19
interior
lattice
19
19
Door
Egg
15
15
Controls
Storage
Storing
14
15
Saving
Adjusting
Food
12-13
15
Alarm
Energy
Drawer
15
Plus
Section
2O
2O
20
2O
Ice Bin
2O
DuraBase
Durabase
Divider
2O
Glide
Drawer
2O
Tilting
Out
Door
the
2O
4
22
Automatic
Troubleshooting
15
Flow
Door
Connecting
15-20
Refrigerator
Proper
About
9
10-11
and Install
and Aligning
Ensuring
8
Install the
Doors
How to remove
Closing
Handle
on Vacation
the
Water
Guide
Ice Maker
Line
23
24-26
27-29
This manual
contains
several
important
safety
notices.
Always read and obey all of the following
safety
messages.
This is the safety alert symbol. This symbol is a warning to potential
dangers that could cause death, injury
or damage to you, others or the product.
All safety messages
will follow after this warning symbol and the
word "DANGER", "CAUTION"
or "WARNING't
These words mean:
You may be killed
or suffer
fatal damage
You may be killed
or seriously
injured
Indicates a potentially
hazardous
or damage
to the product.
-All safety
can occur
messages
inform
if the instructions
To reduce
the
injury,
the
followed:
• NEVER
power
risk
of
fire,
following
cord,
elecfrical
or
the
always
from
danger,
shock
precaufion
disconnect
it directly
you of potential
are not followed.
grip
the
measures
refrigerator
the
plug
the
disconnect
outlet.
Immediately
repair or replace all faulty or damaged
service cables. Do not use cords that have cracks or
abrasion
plug.
damage
on the length
of the cord
When moving your refrigerator,
over the electrical cord.
take
care
situation
you
on
which,
how
NOT
liquids
electrical
store
or
or
vapors
use
in
gasoline
proximity
or
other
with
this
to roll
to climb,
stand
any
other
or swing
from
the doors or shelves of the refrigerator.
This can cause
serious injury to them and damage to the product.
Keep
your
can become
cabinets.
are
fingers
caught,
Be careful
away
from
such
as
closing
areas
in
the doors,
the
doors
which
hinges
when
they
and
children
near.
Unplug
the
NOTE:
services
We
strongly
be performed
refrigerator
before
cleaning
recommend
by a qualified
and
and cause
tell
you
what
damage.
• Read all instructions
before utilizing the product. Utilize
this product
only as explicitly expressed
in this guide.
• Once the refrigerator
is operating,
avoid touching
cold
surfaces
of the freezer with damp or wet hands; the
skin could become adhered to these surfaces.
or
with
cubes.
children
of inJury
injury
For your safety, this
product
should
be properly
grounded.
Have a qualified
professional
check the
electrical circuit and outlet to ensure a proper ground
connection.
contact
combustible
appliance.
DO NOT permit
risk
may result in minor
or on the
not
or
the
after freezing
In refrigerators
DO
instructions.
if not avoided,
to reduce
explode
instructions.
be
pulling
and
if you do not follow
could
personal
should
by
firmly
advise
if you do not follow
or repairing.
that
any repair
professional.
with
the
DO
ice
dispenser
connected.
with
an
moving
heating
NOT
automatic
parts
of
ice
the
mechanism
place
mechanism
your
that
fingers
while
dispenser,
ejector
discharges
or
the
avoid
mechanism
hands
the
in
the
refrigerator
is
oDO NOT refreeze foods which have already thawed.
The Department
of Agriculture
of the United States, in
your Bulletin of Home and Gardens No. 69 establishes
that:
't.You can refreeze food that has thawed if they contain
ice crystals or are cold and below 40 °F (4 °C)'t
't..Ground
beef, perishable
food
or seafood
that
is
discolored
or has an unpleasant
odor should
not be
frozen or consumed.
Consumption
of melted ice cream
should also be avoided.
If the odor or color of food is
Before replacing
a burned-out
light bulb, unplug the
refrigerator
or shut clown the circuit breaker to avoid
contact
with a live wire (the bulb could break while
questionable,
consume".
being replaced).
NOTE: Setting the control to the OFF
position does not disconnect
the power from the light
bulb circuit.
"Partial thawing or refreezing
reduces the quality of the
food, especially
fruit, vegetables
and prepared
meals.
The quality of red meat is less affected than other foods.
Use refrozen products
as soon as possible in order to
maintain
their quality'(
Do not keep bottles
in the freezer
compartment,
they
KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS
discard
it. The food
may be dangerous
to
This appliance
is not intended for use by children,
persons with physical or mental disabilities,
persons with reduced
sensory or mental capacity, or persons with lack of experience
or know-how, unless they have supervision
or instruction
in relation to the use of the appliance
by the person responsible
for their safety. Children
should be supervised
to
assure that
they do not play with the appliance.
BEFORE
DISPOSING
YOUR
REFRIGERATOR
OR FREEZER WHEN NO LONGER IN USE:
• Remove the doors.
Children
becoming
trapped
or suffocated
is not
a problem
of the past. Discarded
and abandoned
refrigerators
are a hazard, even if they remain there
"for just a few days't If you would like to dispose of
your old refrigerator,
please follow the instructions
below to prevent any accidents.
Your old refrigerator
may have a cooling
uses CFC's
(chlorofluorocarbons).
CFC
stratospheric
layer of the ozone,
IMPORTANT:
Attentively
system
affects
• Leave the shelves
cannot easily become
that
the
read the following.
CONNECT
Do
not,
ELECTRICAL
SHOCK
HAZARD
SAFETY, this appliance
must
Have a qualified
electrician
to ensure
that the plug is
circumstance,
cut
or extract
the
third
plug.
USE
grounding
type
wall receptacle
B "P
,_//
Ensu rnedPer°Pt_
GROUNDING
OF EXTENSION
do
not
recommend
CABLES
the
use
of
extension
cables.
However, if you still choose to utilize an extension
cable,
it is absolutely
necessary
that it is listed in the UL (in
the United States) or CSA (in Canada), that it supports
three-pronged
plugs and that the electrical
current
support
a minimum
of 15 A and 120 V.
3 prong
RECOMMENDED
any
the
NOTE:
Before installation,
cleaning
or replacing
light
bulbs, you must
disconnect
the appliance
from the
power source. When finished, plug the appliance
back in
and adjust the thermostat
to the desired position.
We
g[ognding
under
from
ELECTRICITY
FOR YOUR PERSONAL
be properly
grounded.
check your wall outlet
grounded
properly.
ff
children
If you decide to throw out your old refrigerator,
ensure
that CFC contaminants
are properly
disposed
of by a
qualified
professional.
If you intentionally
remove
the
CFC refrigerant,
you could be subject to fines or prison
in accordance
with environmental
legislation
in effect.
prong
TO
in place so that
stuck in them.
METHOD
Your refrigerator
must always be plugged
to its own
outlet which is adequately
grounded.
The energy current
should only be 115 V, 60 Hz, A.C. and fused at 15 or 20
A. This provides the best performance
and prevents an
overload which could cause a fire from the overheating
of the cables. It is recommended
that a separate circuit
be used for this appliance,
as well as a receptacle
that
cannot be disconnected
with a switch.
Do not use an extension
cable. It is your responsibility
and obligation
to replace two-prong
outlets with that of
an adequately
grounded
three-prong
outlet.
The use of an extension
cable
of space
the refrigerator.
needed
behind
REPLACING
will increase
ELECTRICAL
If the power cord is damaged,
our service center or qualified
any risk.
the
amount
CABLE
it must be replaced by
LG technician
to avoid
Drawer
Read
NOTE:
below.
O
Model
this
section
to familiarize
yourself
This guide
The location
covers
different
of some
of the
Refrigerator
Temperature
Refrigerator
Light
with
the
parts
models.
Your refrigerator
parts
may not correspond
Control
O
t Shelves
_10ptibin
Keeps
Crisper
fruits
and
O
Pantry
_
O
Ice
Maker
e
Ice
Bin _
vegetable
and
fresh
and
features
of your
new
refrigerator.
could
have some
or all
to that of your model.
urabase
of the
divider
O
Pull Out Drawer
O
Freezer Light
O
Door Racks
crisp
Dairy Corner
Durabase
_
On
some
models
features
and
parts
listed
EXCESSIVE
WEIGHTHAZARD
Usetheassistance
oftwoormorepersons
tomoveor
installtherefrigerator
Notfollowing
theseinstructions
maycauseinjuryto thebackandotherpartsof the
body
3.Install
therefrigerator
inanareabetween
55°F
(13°C)and110
°F(43°C)Ifthesurrounding
temperature
is loweror higherthanpreviously
mentioned,
it can
adversely
affecttheunit
CAUTION:Avoidplacingthe unit nearheat
sources,
directsunlight
orhumidity
UNPACKING
ONCE
INSTALLED
Beforeinstallingyourrefrigerator,
removeanytape 1. Carefully clean your refrigerator and remove and dust
or temporary
stickersDo not removeanystickers accumulated during shipping
thatfeaturewarnings,
the modelserialnumberor the 2. Install accessories such as the ice bin, door racks,
technical
labeloftheproduct
located
onthebackofthe
shelves, etc, in their proper places These are already
refrigerator
packed
to prevent
any
possible
damage
during
To remove
fingers
adhesive
tape
a little
liquid
and
water
and
residue,
rub
detergent
it
well
Clean
with
your
with
warm
let dry
Do not use sharp instruments,
rubbing alcohol, flammable
liquids
or abrasive
cleaning
products
to remove
the
adhesive tape or glue These products
can damage
the
surface of your refrigerator
For more information,
see
the section on "important
Safety Instructions"
The
shelves
come
already
position
Remove
the
according
to your
spacing
installed
shelves
in
and
their
factory
replace
them
shipping
3. Leave your refrigerator
on for 2 to 3 hours before
storing food inside Verify that there is a flow of cold air
in the freezer compartment
to ensure proper cooling
Your refrigerator
is now ready for use
WARNING:
oTake
care
and
stops,
• DO
not
the
base
may
when
etc
place
injury
the
injure
hands
or in the
hinges,
base
or any
bottom
tools
in the
of the
or electrical
air vents,
refrigerator
is extremely
heavy
Make sureyouJ
Uninstalling
protect the floor when moving your refrigerator
for/
cleaning or servicing
Always pull your refrigerator
/
straight out when moving it Do not shift from side /
to side or "walk" the refrigerator
when attempting
to I
move
OF BASE GRILLE
it as this can cause
damage
to the floor
or Replacing
1. Remove
your
2.Take
the
2 screws
refrigerator
(see
off the cover
the
Base
Grille
from
the
bottom
Figure
front
EXPLOSION
the
all
flammable
away
materials
from
instructions
the
may
the
and
vapors
refrigerator
cause
(such
Not
death,
the
Base
Grille
bottom
2 screws
and
cover
and
twist
place
in place
in
(see
position
Figure
placing
sunlight,
as
following
explosion
or fire
Figure
vibration,
adjust
the
floor
rear
leveling
( _mL.
to
The
ensure
screws
front
the
leveling
unleveled
clockwise
unit
near
heat
sources,
direct
or humidity
2.7-o avoid
the
the
of the
unit
front
that
can
to
should
the
easily
refrigerator,
( ,,mL._ ) to raise
) to lower
should
screws
be leveled
be
be
slightly
close
turned
turning
it and
If needed,
compensate
doors
the
Insert
B)
INSTALLATION
1. Avoid
A
HAZARD
Installing
Keep
of
S
1. Align
gasoline)
part
A)
Figure
the
This
shock
Your Refrigerator:
Your refrigerator
these
cover
yourself
needs
INSTALLATION
_Moving
with
may
your
cover
cause
working
You
for
taller
properly
Keep
an
than
The
by slightly
tilting
leveling
screws
counter-clockwise
a Proper
Distance
from
Adjacent
Objects
Please
adequate
Insufficient
refrigerator's
increase
keep
the
refrigerator
distance
from
spacing
can
freezing
electricity
other
at
reduce
efficiency
an
objects
the
and
consumption
it
_0_
B
TOOLS
_[1/4
NOTE:
NOTE:
Handle
DOOR
HANDLE
1. Removing
Phillips
Screwdriver
that the doors
If it is necessary
appearance
to remove
may vary from
Flat Head Screwdriver
be removed
the handles
illustrations
when
follow
on this
REMOVING
Refrigerator
NEED
1/4 in
It is always recommended
narrow opening.
MAY
in
in
c::::::::_j_ 3/8
10 mm
Hex Socket Wrench
I
YOU
" Allen
wrench
* NOTE: If the handle mounting
fasteners
need to be
tightened
or removed, usea
1/4 " Allen wrench.
to move the refrigerator
through
below.
HANDLE
1. Reinstalling
Loosen the set screws with the 3/32
and remove the handle.
in 1
page.
DOOR
Handle
Allen
it is necessary
the directions
3/32
Wrench
INSTALLATION
Refrigerator
Handle
Place the handle
on the door
handle
footprints
to fit mounting
by aligning
tighten
the set screws
fasteners
with a 3/32
and
" Allen wrench.
NOTE: If the handle mounting
fasteners
tightened
or removed, usea
1/4 " Allen
need to be
wrench.
Mounting
Fasteners
Set
Screw
Mounting
Fasteners
Allen
Wrench
2. Reinstalling
2. Removing Freezer Drawer Handle
Loosen the set screws located on the lower side of
the handle
handle.
NOTE:
tightened
with the 1/8"
If the handle
or removed,
Allen
mounting
wrench
fasteners
and remove
the
need to be
use a 1/4''Allenwrench.
Freezer
Drawer
Handle
Place the handle
on the door
handle
footprints
to fit mounting
tighten
the set screws
handle
with a 1/8"
NOTE:
If the handle
tightened
fasteners
on the bottom
Allen
or removed,
by aligning
and
of the
wrench.
mounting
usea
fasteners
need to be
1/4''Allenwrench.
a
HOW TO REMOVE
1. Removing
NOTE:
AND INSTALL
Refrigerator
Handle,
top
REFRIGERATOR
DOOR
Doors
hinge and hinge
cover appearance
may vary from
illustrations
on this page.
WARNING
• Disconnect
electrical
injury.
• Do not put
hands or feet or metal
injured
or receive
• Be careful
I_ Left
supply
to the refrigerator
an electrical
before
installing.
sticks into the air vents,
base grille,
and stopper.
Remove
the top
hinge cover
You may be injured.
screw (1).
to lift the tabs on the front
Disconnect
(3).
Remove
all wire harness
the grounding
hinge
underside
of the cover(2).
Lift up the cover.
screw(4).
lever (5) counterclockwise.
Place the door on a non-scratching
Lift the top hinge
surface
with the inside
(6) free of the hinge
lever latch
(7).
up.
Door
• Open the door.
Remove
the top
• Use a flat blade screwdriver
• Rotate
of the refrigerator.
Door
Use a flat blade screwdriver
I_ Right
base grille, or bottom
result in death
shock.
when you work with the hinge,
Open the door.
Rotate
Failure to do so could
hinge
hinge cover
lever (10) clockwise.
Lift the top hinge
• Place the door on a non-scratching
[] CAUTION:
When
lifting
surface
• Place the door,
the middle
inside facing
underside
hinge
of the cover (9). Lift up the cover.
(11) free of the hinge
with the inside
the hinge free of the latch,
• Lift the door from
(2)
screw (8).
to lift the tabs on the front
be careful
that the door
pin and remove
up, on a nonscratching
g)
10
lever latch
(12).
up.
does not fall forward.
the door.
surface.
or serious
You may be
HOWTO REMOVE
ANDINSTALL
REFRIGERATOR
DOOR(CONT.)
2. Refrigerator
I_
Door
Lower the door onto the middle
•
Make sure the door
•
Door Reinstallation
Install the right-side
Left
•
Fit the top hinge
and into place.
door first.
is aligned
hinge
(8) over the hinge
Rotate
pin (7).
with the cabinet.
lever latch (9)
the lever (10) clockwise
to
secure the hinge.
Right
•
Door
•
Lower
the
door
•
Make
sure
the
•
Fit the
and
•
top
into
onto
door
hinge
place.
hinge.
Hook
tab
on
the
edge
under
hinge
is aligned
Rotate
the
(5)
middle
(2) over
to secure
the
the
the
with
the
the
hinge
lever
(4)
door-switch
of the
the
wire
pin
•
cabinet.
lever
Install the grounding
screw (11) and connect all the
wire harnesses (12).
Hook the tab on the door-switch
side of the cover
(1).
latch
(13) under
(3)
counterclockwise
side
opening
of the
in the
the edge
of the wire opening
net top.
cover
•
Position
•
Insert
the cover into place.
and tighten
the cover
screw (14).
cabinet
top.
•
Position
•
Insert
the
and
cover
tighten
into
the
place.
cover
screw
(6).
f
(13)
(4)
11
/14)
in the cabi-
HOWTO REMOVE
ANDINSTALL
THEPULL
OUTDRAWER
1. Removing
Pull
IMPORTANT:
property
perform
out
Drawer
To avoid
damage,
the
Remove
possible
you
will
following
• Pull the drawer
Door
need
injury,
two
product
persons
or
to
instructions.
open
the durabase
to full
lower extension.
by lifting
it from
rail system.
(Fig. 1)
Push the rails back
into drawer
cavity. With
both
hands, hold the center of the bar and push it in
so that both rails go back simultaneously.
(Fig.5)
(Fig. 6)
Fig. 5
Remove
the
screws of the rail on both
sides.
Fig. 6
screw
[] CAUTION:
When
removing
drawer
door, do not
hold it by the handle. The door could fall down
and you may be injured. Grasp the door with both
hands as pictured
below when removing.
[] CAUTION:
When
laying
down the drawer,
be
careful not to damage the floor or hurt your feet
with the sharp edges on hinge side.
• With both hands, hold both sides of the door
(Fig. 3) and pull it up to separate it from the rails.
(Fig. 4)
Fig,
3
_. /
12
HOW
TO
REMOVE
DRAWER
AND
INSTALL
THE
PULL
OUT
• Lower door into final
(CONT.)
screws.
position
and tighten
the
(Fig. 9)
f
2. installing
Pull
IMPORTANT:
property
form
out
Drawer
To avoid
damage,
the following
With
both
Fig. 9
possible
injury,
or
to per-
instructions.
hands, hold the center
pull it out to let both
simultaneously.
product
you will need two people
of the bar and
rails out to full extension
(Fig. 7)
• With
the rails pulled
the durabase
out to full extension,
in the rail assembly.
insert
(Fig. 10)
Fig. 10
• Hook door supports
into rail tabs.
(Fig. S)
F
Fig. 8
Door
[]WARNING:
entrapment
13
To prevent
or suffocation
accidental
child and pet
risk, DO NOT allow them
to play inside
of drawer.
P_WARNING:
Drawer.
DO NOT step or sit down
on Freezer
CLOSING
ANDALiGNiNG
THEDOORS
Aligning
the Doors
To adjust
the height
of the doors,
use the wrench
(Included
with the User Manual)
to adjust the bolt in
Closing the Doors
Your refrigerator
has two front leveling screws, one on
the right and one on the left. If your refrigerator
seems
unstable
or if you would like the doors to close more
easily, simply adjust the inclination
of the refrigerator
by
following
the instructions
below:
1. Plug the refrigerator
Move the refrigerator
2. Remove
the
base
"Installation
3. Use
a flat
turning
and
of
into a 3 prong grounded
into its final position.
grille
Base
head
screwdriver
clockwise
to
to adjust
to adjust
raise
to
it to the
NOTE: Having someone
refrigerator
takes some
This will make
to
the
hinge
(counter
clockwise
to raise or clockwise
outlet.
section
on
Grille").
counter-clockwise
turns
(Refer
the door
to lower)
the
side
lower
it easier to adjust
leveling
of the
it. It may
inclination
push
weight
the
you
against
off the
screws,
refrigerator
take
would
several
like.
the top of the
leveling screws.
the screws.
When
Note:
moving
your refrigerator
Your refrigerator
is extremly
heavy. When
the refrigerator
for installing, cleaning
to follow the next instructions.
1.
Adjust
2.
Cover
the floor
avoid
floor damage.
3.
Always
when
leveling
legs up.
5. Ensure
6. Replace
that
the
refrigerator
is even
by using
a level.
the base grille.
NOTE: Your new refrigerator
is uniquely
designed
with
two fresh food doors.
Either door can be opened
or
closed
independently
of one another. You may have
to exert slight pressure on doors to get them to close
completely.
14
or hardboard
pull or push the refrigerator
moving
moving
be sure
"__
with cardboard
it. Do not wiggle
refrigerator
when trying
could occur.
4.0pen
both doors again and check to make sure that
they close easily. If not, slightly tilt the refrigerator
further back by turning both leveling screws clockwise.
It may take several more turns. Make sure that you turn
both leveling screws the same amount.
or service
straight
or "walk"
to move
to
out
the
it, as floor
damage
ENSURING
PROPER
AIR
CIRCULATION
ENERGY
In order to obtain stable temperature,
the air must flow
between the freezer and refrigerator
sections. As shown
in the illustration
below, the cold air enters through
the bottom
part and circulates
upward. This air returns
below the freezer floor and the rest of the air enters the
refrigerator
MULTI
section
through
SAVING
MODE
NOTE: Energy-Saving
Mode function
is set from factory.
To activate or deactivate
Energy-Saving
Mode, open the
doors and then press the ENERGY SAVING button
for
3 seconds.
This function is recommended
for added energy savings.
(Some
heaters
to reduce
excess
moisture
on the
refrigerator
may be turned off)
The energy saving function
is also recommended
during
long periods of time spent away from home-like
vacation.
the top vent.
FLOW
° The cooling fan operates
more powerful
and effective
than when in normal
operation.
This is especially
noticeable
when new food is placed in the refrigerator
CAUTION
WHEN
CLOSING
THE DOOR
compartment.
• If the lining is damaged,
water or other substances
could
enter
through
the
cool
air vent
causing
decreased
efficiency.
CAUTION
To reduce the risk of door scratches, please make
sure that the refrigerator
door mullion is always folded
in.
If dew gathers on the refrigerator
door mullion at any
point, deactivate
the Energy Saving mode until the
issue resolves itself.
ADJUSTING
Do
This
and
not
can
block
any
interrupt
moisture
of these
vents
the
of air
flow
with
and
packages
cause
of food.
temperature
problems.
IMPORTANT:
Because
air
circulates
between
THE
CONTROLS
Your refrigerator
has two controls
that allow you to
regulate
the temperature
the freezer and refrigerator
compartments.
Initially
set the
REFRIGERATOR
CONTROL
at 37 °
degrees
F and the FREEZER CONTROL
at 0 ° degrees
R Leave them at these setting for 24 hours (one day) to
stabilize. Then adjust the compartment
temperature
as
illustrated
above.
both
sections, any odors formed
in one section will transfer
to the other. You must thoroughly
clean both sections to
eliminate
odors. To prevent odor transfer and drying out
of food, make sure you wrap or cover foods tightly (See
the "Food Storage Guide" section for details).
• Refrigerator
Control: 32 °F to 47 °F (0 °C to 8 °C)
To adjust the temperature
in the refrigerator
compartment
open both doors, then press the REFRIGERATOR
button
to cycle through the range of available settings.
ICE PLUS
Press the button
ICE PLUS. The LED light will turn on.
This function
will remain
activated
for 24 hours and
intensify the cooling
ice production.
DOOR
speed
of the freezer
and
increase
ALARM
• Freezer Control: -6°F to 9 °
To adjust the temperature
in
open both doors, then press
cycle through the the range of
With this feature you will hear an alarm when the freezer
or refrigerator
door is open for more than 1 minute.
These tones will repeat every 30 seconds. The alarm is
cancelled
when the door is properly shut. To activate or
deactivate
Door Alarm, press the button ALARM.
• Temperature
To change the
Celsius:
1.
Display
temperature
F ( - 21°C to -13°C)
the freezer compartment
the FREEZER button
to
available settings.
display
from
Fahrenheit
to
Simultaneously
press and hold the FREEZER and
REFRIGERATOR
buttons for more than 5 seconds.
2. Do the same to convert back to Fahrenheit.
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ADJUSTING
CONTROL
FOOD STORAGE
SETTINGS
Give the refrigerator
time to cool down completely
before
adding food. It is best to wait 24 hours before adding
food to the refrigerator.
The mid-settings
indicated
in the
previous section should be correct for normal household
refrigerator
usage. The controls are set correctly
when
milk or juice is cold to your liking and ice cream is firm.
GUIDE
ITEMS
HOW TO STORE
Storing
The refrigerator
control functions
as the thermostat
for
the entire appliance.
The higher the number setting, the
longer the compressor
will run to keep the temperature
colder. The freezer control adjusts the cold air flow from
the freezer to the refrigerator.
Setting the freezer control
to a lower temperature
keeps more cold air in the freezer
compartment
to make it colder.
Fresh Food
Wrap
or
store
food
in the
refrigerator
in
airtight
and
moisture-proof
material
unless
otherwise
noted.
This prevents
food
odor
and taste
transfer
throughout
the refrigerator.
For
dated products,
check date code
to ensure freshness.
Buffer
or
Store
If you need to adjust the temperature
in the refrigerator
or freezer, begin by adjusting
the refrigerator
first. Wait
24 hours after the refrigerator
adjustment
to check the
freezer temperature.
If it is too warm or too cold, then
adjust the freezer control as well.
opened
dish
margarine
Cheese
When
storing
wrap
freeze.
in
listed in the table
below as a guide.
Vegetables
skins
CONDITION/REASON:
RECOMMENDED
ADJUSTMENT:
REFRIGERATOR
section
is too warm
• Opening
the door often
Adjust the
REFRIGERATOR
setting
to the next highest
number and wait 24
with
• Room
very
a large
amount
hours, then
temperature
FREEZER
section
is made
too
slowly
Adjust
the
setting
check.
highest
• Openingthe
door often
• Adding a large amount
of food
• Room temperature
is
FREEZER
to the
Leafy
number
and
wait
check.
blocked
any objects
air flow.
Consume
Fish
Chef
Fresh
FREEZER
cold
• Controls
section
not set
correctly for your
conditions
is too
and
parts.
drain.
fish
or
seafood
the
Store any meat in original airtight,
moisture-proof
packaging
Rewrap if necessary.
Leftovers
correctly for your
conditions
containers
same day purchased.
by
REFRIGERATOR
section
is too cold
• Controls not set
foil.
Place in a plastic bag or plastic
container and store in the crisper.
very low (not cycling
often enough)
• Using ice frequently
• Air vents
objects
wrap or aluminum
Remove
original packaging
trim any dirty or discolored
Wash in cold water and
Vegetables
next
24 hours, then
Remove
blocking
and
Wash and let dry; store in plastic
bags in the refrigerator.
Do not
wash or pit berries
until you
are ready to eat them.
Berries
should be selected
and kept in
their original packaging
(if there
is any) or in a paper bag closed
halfway and set on a shelf.
is
is too
quantity,
packing
peppers)
warm
warm/ice
larger
freezer
Place in bags or plastic
inside the crisper.
(carrots,
Fruit
• Adding
of food
a
in a covered
compartment.
Store in original packaging
until
you are ready to use it. Once
opened,
tightly
rewrap
with
plastic
Use the settings
butter
or in a closed
Adjust
REFRIGERATOR
to the next lowest
setting
number
24
and
hours,
then
Adjust
the
setting
number
hours,
Cover
leftovers
with
plastic
wrap or aluminum
foil. Plastic
containers
with airtight
lids can
also be used.
the
waif
check.
STORONG
FREEZER
then
FROZEN
FOOD
NOTE: For more information
on how to prepare food to
be frozen such in a way to see the period they can be
stored consult a frozen food guide or cook book.
to the next lowest
and wait 24
check.
Packaging
A great
food.
all
freezing
When
excess
is incorrectly
odors,
cause
16
depends
you
air
seal
and
sealed
contaminants
your
foods
do
the
not
will
on
allow
result
inside
to dry.
how
package
great
you
make
sure
humidity.
in the
your
package
you
the
remove
A package
transmission
refrigerator
that
of bad
and
will
Packaging
Recommendations:
Use sealed plastic containers.
Use
plastic containers
with a smooth
surface.
water
Use
recommended
proof
Follow these
plastic.
plastic bags
packaging
to store frozen foods.
or container
instructions
in order
to reach the best freezing
Do not use:
• Waxed paper or waxed plastic.
• Thin wrapping
paper or not water proof.
SHELVES
NOTE: Be careful while moving OF relocating
the shelves
they are heavy. If moving the shelves is required keep in
mind to locate them in a safe environment
to prevent
them from breaking.
Freezing
Adjusting
Shelves
Remove the shelves and adjust them
For the maximum
use of your freezer do not store excess
food. Do not introduce
a large amount of unfrozen foods
that cannot
be frozen within 24 hours (no more than
packages.
refrigerator
Storage
quality
Leave enough
space
with out difficulty.
times
can
of the
food,
container
used,
(in
temperature
your
humidity
it
package
inside
your
vary
the
depending
way
its
comparison
being
are
in order
on
the
package,
normal
in. Ice
and
packaging
humidity),
crystals
it indicates
have
your
type
or
to air and
stored
package
to close
the
and
formed
air
and
condensed.
NOTE: Let warm foods cool off at room temperature
for approximately
30 rain, then wrap accordingly
with
the methods
mention
above and freeze. By letting your
warm foods cool off before you introduce
them to your
freezer it will save you energy.
SUFFOCATING
oxygen,
causing
• Replacing
Incline the
shelf hooks
Then lower
inserted (3)
Shelves
frontal
part of the shelf (1) and guide the
towards the openings
at the height desired.
the front of the shelf (2) so the hooks can be
in the shelf supports.
DANGER
Adequate
ventilation
is required
Dry ice is Carbon
Dioxide
(C02).
produces
to your convenience.
• Removing Shelves
Incline the front of the shelf in the direction
indicated
by
figure 1 and lift in the direction
indicated
by figure 2. Pull
the shelf towards you.
2 - 3 pounds
OF ,91 kg - 1,36 kg of food per square
inch of space in the freezer). Sufficient
space must be
left in order for the air to circulate
properly around the
inside
REFRIGERATOR
IMPORTANT:
While your refrigerator
glass shelving are
cold do not clean with hot or warm water. The glass
shelving
may break if exposed
to rapid temperature
changes
or hard impacts.
For your safety the glass
shelving
are made out of tempered
glass so when at
breaking they will fracture into tiny fragments.
• Bread Wrapping.
• Plastic container not safe for storing.
• Containers
without lids or seals.
the
SECTION
The shelving
of your refrigerator
can be adjusted
to
comply
with your storage
necessities;
Depending
on
the model
you have in can include
glass shelving
or
wired shelving. The storing of your foods together
and
adjusting
the shelving to different
heights will ease to
help you locate what you need. This also helps your
refrigerator
to stay shut longer which will save you energy.
Package
with aluminum
foil of high resistance.
Wrap with paper layered with plastic.
Use
REFRIGERATOR
when
When
dizziness,
unconsciousness
or death.
Do
and properly
ventilate
the room
using
dry
it evaporates
slight
ice.
it
headaches,
®
not inhale
these
vapors
while you use dry ice.
NOTE:
Make sure that the shelf is installed
in the
horizontal
manner. If not secured it can cause the shelves
to fall, which
17
will cause
your stored
food
to spill.
Sliding Shelves (in some models)
You can slide some of the shelves in your refrigerator
towards inside or outside like explained
below.
• To slide the shelf towards
figure A.
the outside:
• To slide the shelf towards
figure B.
the inside:
Figure
In order
A
Pull towards
a shelf
from
you,
• "High":
keeps moist air in the crisper for best storage
of vegetables.
• "Low": lets moist aire out of the crisper for best storage
of fruits.
Push until it stops,
Figure
to remove
CRISPER
HUMIDITY
CONTROL
(in some models)
You can control the amount of humidity
in the moisturesealed crispers. Adjust the control to any setting between
HIGH and LOW.
B
a metal frame
• Pull the shelf until it stops.
• Incline the front of the shelf towards the top and pull
forward.
• Lift the shelf in the manner
it moves
across the
support openings.
To put back into place just
Functional
Shelves
reverse
(Folding
these
Shelves,
You can store tall articles like gallons
simply folding the shelf in half.
To remove the
• Slide crisper
• Lift the front
• Replace the
drawer stop.
crisper:
straight out to the stop.
of the crisper, then pull it out to remove
crisper by sliding it back in fully past the
steps.
in some
models)
or bottles
just
by
¢
CAUTION:
Be careful when
cover because
it could loose.
To remove the glass:
• Lift up the glass after inserting
crisper cover.
• Pull glass cover up and out.
PANTRY
(in some
For storage of meat
desired temperature
Pull forward to open.
you handle
a screwdriver
the
glass
under
the
models)
or fresh food. Adjust the control to
by moving from COLD to COLDER.
Lift slightly and pull it out to remove.
To remove the crisper
NOTE: Remove glass
support.
• While
holding
the
hands (as shown in
slightly lift the front
COLD , o • TEMP.
CONTROL
• •,
COLDER
1S
cover support:
before removing
the
crisper
cover
crisper
cover support
with both
the image below). Pull forward and
oart.
OPTIBINCRISPERS
CAUTION:
Be careful when
cover because it could loose.
TheOptiBin
crisper
maintains
fruitsandvegetables
fresh
allowing
youto easilycontrolthe humidityinsidethe
drawers.
TheOptibin
crispers
include
1)afronthumidity Removing
theInteriorLattice
controland2) a system
thatallows
youto preserve
or
avoidhumidity.
you handle
the
glass
G\
Removing the Vegetable
Drawer / Crisper
• Slip out the drawer towards the outside
until
• Remove
the cover (See "Removing
the Vegetable
Drawer Cover").
• Hold the glass and spin the drawer cover (1).
• Hold the rack and pull the sides of the drawer cover
out to take them off (2).
it stops
(1)
• Slightly lift the front part and pull the rest (2), in order
to completely
remove the drawer.
• To relocate the drawer slip out towards the front until
it stops.
®
Replacing
the Interior Lattice
• For each rack insert the central edge 1 (near the glass
cover) and pull the cover sides to insert it.
CRISPER
COVER
WITH
INTERIOR
LATTICE
(in some models)
Removing the Vegetable
Drawer Cover
° Remove both drawers (see "Removing
the Vegetable
Drawer/Crisper").
• Hold onto the support (1) and pull towards the top and
then towards the outside (2).
DOOR
Installing
• Put the
• Slightly
support
• Put the
support
RACKS
The door racks are removable
for easy cleaning
and
adjusting.
• To remove the rack, simply lift the rack up and pull
straight out (1).
• To replace
the rack, slide it in above the desired
support
button and push down until it stops (2).
the Vegetable
Drawer Cover
cover over the supports (1).
lift the cover (2) while introducing
it to the
(3).
inferior
piece of the cover in the superior
(4).
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®
WARNING:
are not firmly
CAUTION:
baskets.
Somebody
assembled.
DO
Sharp
NOT
corners
can be hurt
if door
allow
children
to
on
baskets
could
play
racks
with
cause
injury.
®
NOTE:
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DO NOT adjust
a rack that
is loaded
with food.
DAORY COMPARTMENT(in
some models)
• To remove the dairy compartment,
simply lift it and
pull straight out (1).
• To replace the dairy compartment,
slide it in above the
desired location and push clown until it stops (2).
@
DURABASE
DIVIDER
(in some
area in 2 sections.
For moving the divider, just move
it in the direction
that you want.
Allows
organizing
the
[]
WARNING:
There
®
Durabase
is enough
space for the children
[]
WARNING:
prevent
children
CAUTION:
Do
shelf, not
to play.
order
to
accidents,
such as suffocation,
DO NOT let
and pets play inside the durabase.
in
How to use:
Incline the
not
use
the
door
and pull it out.
eggs
compartment
as
a
container
for keeping
ice in
the freezer compartment.
If it
freezes, it could break easily.
[]
WARNING:
not
inside
FREEZER
In
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\_._
TILTING
DOOR
(in some models)
The tilting
door provides
an
easy access to the frozen food.
EGG COMPARTMENT
(in some models)
Keep the eggs compartment
in an interior
a door rack.
[]
models)
place
the
Be careful
your
feet
freezer;
when
under
you
may
opening
the
door
hurt
them
the
or
door,
your
in doing
do
hands
so.
SECTION
ICE BIN (On some models)
• Pull the drawer as much as possible (1).
• Raise the ice box and take it out carefully
• Take the drawer off as much as possible
ice bin in the right position (3).
(2).
and put
the
Drawer
GLIDE-OUT
DRAWER
• Pull the box as much
Ice Bin
a bit (1) and pull it out (2).
possible, pick up the basket
To install, pull the cords to
their fullest
(1). Lock the
supports
of the
basket
into the slides of the cords
®
(2) and
through
DURABASE
BASKET
as
(in some
models)
• To remove the Durabase, push
it back, raise the front
part
and pull it up (1).
• To put it back,
insert
the
Durabase
in the rail assembly
_1
#_,,.
(2).
2O
push it all the way
(3).
(in some
___Q
models)
BACK
EXPLOSION
COVER
HAZARD
ELECTRICAL
SHOCK
HAZARD
Before you begin, either unplug the refrigerator
off power at the circuit breaker or fuse box.
Do not use flammable
instructions
can cause
cleaners.
Not following
death, explosion or fire.
NOTE:
these
The refrigerator,
as well as the freezer, do their own
de-freezing.
This process
does not prevent
the build
up of contaminants,
therefore
it is suggested
that you
clean both parts once a month;
clean spilled liquids
immediately.
REFRIGERATOR
Back
Cover
be
removed
technician.
In order
performance
clean
the
twice
to get
an
a
only
qualified
efficient
of your
back cover
refrigerator,
of it at least
a year.
REPLACING
CLEANING
should
by
or turn
REFRIGERATOR
LIGHTS
NOTE: The interior
lighting
for refrigerator
uses LED
lighting.
DO NOT try to change
any LED module.
LED lighting
should only be replaced by a qualified service technician.
• Unplug your refrigerator.
• Pull out all of the removable
parts (such as the
vegetable
and dairy doors).
• Use a clean sponge
(or a soft rag) and use it with
lukewarm
water mixed with detergent.
Do not use
abrasive or concentrated
cleaners.
REPLACING
FREEZER
LIGHTS
ELECTRICAL
SHOCK
• Hand wash it, and dry it thoroughly.
• Plug the refrigerator
back in.
Before
OUTSIDE
Avoid the
phosphates
usage
of
or bleach.
chemical
products
a burned-out
unplug the refrigerator
breaker or fuse box.
Wax the outside in order to create better protection.
Make
sure you use a product
specifically
design to be used
for electro-domestic
products
(car wax is acceptable).
Use a clean, soft rag, and perform
this task twice a year.
For metal-made
refrigerators,
do not wax, simply clean
it with water and detergent.
Do not use concentrated
or
abrasive products.
NOTE:
contain
replacing
NOTE:
Moving
not remove
HAZARD
light
bulb, either
or turn off power at the circuit
the control
to the OFF position
power to the light
1. Unplug refrigerator
power cord form outlet.
2. Use a screwdriver
to remove the cover screw. (Save
the cover screw)
3. Using a flat instrument,
gently pry the lamp cover
loose in the front as shown. Rotate downward to
remove the rear tabs.
4. Make sure the bulb is cool to the touch. Turn the
bulb counterclockwise
to remove.
that
INSIDE
(Allow
freezer
to slightly
warm
up a small
degree
to prevent
cloth from sticking)
In order to eliminate
bad odors, clean the inside of
the refrigerator
with a mixture
of baking powder
and
lukewarm water (one teaspoon of baking powder per cup
of water). Ensure that the powder dissolves thoroughly,
in
order to prevent any sort of damage.
5. Replace with a new 60-watt
appliance
bulb.
6. Insert tabs on back of cover into slots in freezer
ceiling. Push cover up to snap front into place.
7. Use a screwdriver
to assemble
the cover screw.
DOOR LINING AND GASKETS
Use only a mild detergent (such as dish soap).
PLASTIC
PARTS
(Covers and Panels)
Do not use abrasive,
paper or rough products.
could damage the product.
does
circuit.
These
CAUTION
DO NOT place fingers
Lamp may be hot.
21
inside
of cover.
POWER
1.
2.
3.
•
•
•
iNTERRUPTiONS
In case of a black out,
and ask how long it will
In case of a 24 hour or
the refrigerator;
this will
In case of a longer black
options:
Pull out all of the frozen
ice chest.
WHEN
call
last.
less
keep
out,
food
your
electric
company
black out, do not open
the food fresh.
do one of the following
and
keep them
in an
When
preparation.
supply.
2. Empty
going
and freeze
the
the ice bin.
If you decide to leave your refrigerator
1. Remove all of the food.
off:
2.Unplug
your refrigerator.
3.Clean and dry it well.
4. Make sure the doors stay open (use blocks or tape) in
order to prevent bad odors and fungi from happening.
22
refrigerator
back
"Refrigerator
ON VACATION
on when
your
everything
maker,
If you decide to leave your refrigerator
away, consider
these steps:
1. Consume
all of the perishable
items
rest.
you
section "Closing
and Aligning
Doors':
7. Keep the doors closed with the cable glued
refrigerator
cabinet with an adhesive tape.
REMEMBER:
In a power failure, a full freezer stays cold
longer than a partially filled one. A freezer full of meat
stays cold longer than a freezer full of baked goods. If
you see that 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 unsafe,
dispose of it.
GOING
with
when
1. Remove all of the food from it, and place the frozen
food in an ice chest with dry ice.
2.Unplug
your refrigerator.
3. Empty the water from its tray.
4.Clean and dry it with a rag.
5. Pull out all of the removable
parts, and wrap them with
adhesive tape.
6. Depending
on the model of the refrigerator,
lift the top
part of the refrigerator
so it can roll with ease, or screw
the levelers so it won't scratch the floor. Consult to the
Put 2 Ibs (907 g) of frozen ice (make sure you use
gloves) for each square foot (28 L) inside the freezer.
This task will preserve the food fro 2 to 4 days.
In case you do not possess neither ice chest or dry
ice, consume
your food as soon as possible.
WHEN
MOVING
If you decide to take your refrigerator
moving, consider
the following:
arrives
into
Installation"
In case
remember
your
you
place
to
and
in order
refrigerator
have
to
your
read
to obtain
has
reconnect
to the
home,
the
put
section
installation
a factory
the
ice
water
NOTE: The automatic
Ice maker is only included in some
models. Check your specifications
of your refrigerator.
PERSONAL
Avoid
contact
mechanism
with
or
cubes.
DO
NOT
maker
when
the
OPERATING
with
place
INJURY
any
moving
the
heater
your
• When
days.
HAZARD
parts
that
fingers
refrigerator
YOU MUST TURN THE SWITCH
TO O (OFF)
• When the water supply is interrupted
for many hours.
• When the ice container
is left out of its place for more
than one or two minutes.
of
the
releases
in the
is plugged
the
refrigerator
will
not
be
in use for various
ejector
the
automatic
ice
NORMAL
ice
SOUNDS
• The valve will emit a buzzing sound when the ice maker
is full of water. If the switch is placed in the off position
the buzz will still be heard even when the water pipe
has not been connected.
To avoid this sound, move
switch to 0 (off) position.
in.
INSTRUCTIONS
After turning
on your refrigerator,
made between 12 and 24 hours.
the
ice will start to be
NOTE:
The
kept
in the
connected.
ice
maker
ON
position
can
get
damaged
before
the
if the
water
While
the ice maker
is filling
up
producing
ice, you will hear the sound
and water flowing through the pipes.
PREPARING
Ice maker
If the
refrigerator
ice
to 0
(off).
When
the
maker
Sensor
water
is used
was
before
performed,
connections
are
the
connection
you
If
must
performed,
turn
its
dial
its
dial
The ice maker will fill up (and start making ice) between
12 and 24 hours after the refrigerator
is turned on.
of ice. Make sure that
When the ice reaches the sensor,
to make ice immediately.
with water
and
of the ice falling
VACATIONS
the ice maker
temperature
technician
inner
(certain
pipes
is
drain
models)
at
the
freezing
flow
to avoid
and cut
point,
of water
broken
have
from
pipe
a
the
related
NOTE: It is necessary to have a water source when both
water and/or Ice dispensers
are available in your product.
of water
turn
room
specialized
is
been
damage.
to I (on).
Throw away the first batch
interferes with the sensor.
switch
has
Move the ice maker switch to the 0 (off) position
the flow of water going into the refrigerator.
The ice maker produces
12 cubes per cycle (in between
SO and 100 cubes in a 24 hour period), depending
on
the temperature
of the freezer, the times in which the
door opens, and other using conditions
(amount of food
in the freezer, etc).
to the
FOR
pipe
nothing
will stop
It's normal that some ice gets stuck. If the ice is not used
frequently,
the older cubes of ice will be opaque in color,
smaller, and with a strange flavor.
23
BEFORE
The
START
water
source
manufacturer
reduce
Air
is not
Follow
guaranteed
by
instructions
the
behind
refrigerator
carefully
in
order
located
inside
the
causing
spillage
in the
plumber
to
water
inside
fix
installing
such
the
If you
are
water
to
use
can
to the
of the
water
refrigerator
Call
on
the
•
or water
refrigerator
sure
before
the
ice
A cold
connections
attempt
room
to
install
temperature
the
ice
is below
connecting
maker
maker
it
is the
pipes
freezing
•
A drill.
•
Adjustable
in
areas
local water
connect
sure both
squared
refrigerator
terminals
to the water
are cut in
pipe
pipe
Make
02,7
Phillips
mm)
style
be between
PSI for models
0,276
and
containing
not
0,82
water
key.
(star)
ram)
nuts
(found
and
•
use
the
screwdriver.
diameter
with
two
_
_
copper
valve
in
hardware
compression
water
have
a
interior
ram)
diameter
water
connection
valves
can
package
local
be
Install
the
only
in
pipe
to a potable
Connect
empty
to_
//
JJ
manner
24
sure
nearest
that
water
connection
such
you
valve
meets
WATER
water
use
to drink
water
source)
to potable
1. CLOSE THE MAIN
the
cold-water
requirements
to the
CAUTION:
Open
any
make
INSTRUCTIONS
valve
(Connect
water
supply
the
THE
LOCATION
location
of the
to
a better
to
access
a vertical
a
OF
valve
It
is
pipeline
let
horizontal
THE
that
will
best
to
When
connecting
to
necessary,
make
lateral
or
lower
area
sediment
upper
area
instead
of
to prevent
accumulation
the
pipeline
connection
only
SOURCE
faucet
water
pipes
SELECT
above
cold-
buying
and
INSTALLATION
mentioned
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These
located
standards
_
(3,46
the
point
Before
the
opening
5/32"
in
_v
connections
must
an
on
stores)_._'_"_
to connect
to
line
The valve
with
reduction
to
the
to cut
cutter
Bypass
valve
the cold water
connect
copper
should
120
filter
and between
120 PSI for models
1/2"
and
provide
diameter
and
to
connect
the
water
line
refrigerator
It is also possible
such
reductions
with
a pipe
REQUIREMENTS
in
water
and
pressure
or 20
If your current
copper
pipe
has some
ends,
it will be necessary
to get and
Select
ram)
Water
MPa
sides
to connect
the
pipe to the refrigerator
2.
(6,35
source.
0,82
Two 1/4"
(6,35
compression
point
• If an inverted
osmosis
water
filtration
system
is
connected
to the cold water source, the water hose
installation
is not assured
or guaranteed
by the
refrigerator
or automated
ice maker
manufacturer
Follow the next instructions
carefully to minimize costly
water related damages
• When
having
an inverted
osmosis
water filtration
system connected
to the cold-water
flow, the water
pressure for such system must be at least between
40-60
PSIor0,27
MPa (2,8 kg f /cm
z_4,2
kg f
/ cm 2,(2,8 kg f / cm 2_4,2
kg f / cm 2, less than
2 - 3 seconds to fill a 7 oz of capacity cup [0,2 liters])
• If the inverted osmosis water filtration system pressure
is less than 21 PSI or 0,14 MPa (1,5 kg f / cm 2, more
than four (4) seconds to fill a 7 oz of capacity cup [0,2
liters]):
a) Identify if the sediments
filter in the inverted osmosis
system is being blocked
Replace filter if necessary
b) Allow inverted
osmosis
system storage tank to refill
after extensive usage
c) Call a qualified
plumber
if the inverted osmosis water
pressure problem
continues
• 1/4"
and add
#_
adaptor
considering
of water
off
When
using any electrical
device (like a drill) during
the installation,
make sure device is doubly isolated or
making
ground
to prevent
risk of electrical
surge or
discharge
All installations
should be done
and drainage
requirements
and the source
refrigerator
Flat
Never
and
containing
MPa or 40
filter
position
where
water
0,138
a qualified
pipe
make
refrigerator
needed,
located
hammering
pipes
or such, never connect
the
source,
cause
inner
hammering
To avoid burn damage
to hot water pipes
to the
pipes
damage
the
how much
pipe
material
is
distances
between
the valves
to that S feet (2,4 m) Make sure there is sufficient
pipe
material
to allow the free movement
of the refrigerator
from the wall
to
damage
or tapping
before
To determine
measures
the
is
in the
the
of
VALVE
flow
and
3. DRILLA HOLEFORTHEVALVE
Drill
hole
a 1/4"
(6,35
ram)
in
the
water
Remove
after
water
jagged
edges
perforation.
does
not
Not
ram)
low
the
perforation
ice
sure
drill.
1/4"
can
or smaller
inserted
into the
valve. Tighten
produces
Make
reach
the
performing
the pipe is completely
nut carefully.
diameter
pipeline.
Shutoff
Valve
Saddle
Type "x4_
_
(6,35
lead
to
Compression
a
production.
Packing
Nut
--
Outlet
Valve
_erule
4. TIGHTEN
Tight
the
THE VALVE
valve
Nut
into
the
cold
water
pipeline
with
(sleeve)
a tube
trap.
NOTE: Codes
Massachusetts
for 248 CMR pipelines
must be attached
to
Valves of this type are banned
authorized
plumber.
Pipe Clamp
in Massachusetts.
Call an
--_,
8. DRAIN
Saddle
Shutoff
of the state of
the connection.
Type _____/4
Valve
NOTE: Codes
Massachusetts
for 248 CMR pipelines
must
be attached
to
Valves of this type are banned
authorized
plumber.
5. TIGHTEN
Tighten
the
NOTE:
Make
Vertical
Cold
Water
Pipe
THE
PIPE
Open the main water source
water comes out clear.
(1) and drain
until
©
of the state of
the connection.
in Massachusetts.
the pipe
Call an
THE TRAP
trap
until
sure
the
sealing
it is not
too
ring
tight,
begins
this
Allow water flow from the bypass valve (2) and close after
draining 1/4 of a gallon (1L) of water.
to grow.
can
break
the
pipe.
Washer
@
Pipe Clamp
Clamp
_
_
_--Jlnlet
End
Screw_
9. CONNECT
6. PLACE
Place
the
THE
pipeline
refrigerator.
(behind
to the
Place
the
wall
between
it
the
through
refrigerator
or
cold
a hole
next
to the
water
in the
pipe
wall
cabinet)
and
or
•
the
sure there
is a sufficient
amount
of extra
does
to
to
not
any
have
refrigerator,
energy
a water
make
source.
filter,
sure
If your
it
is advised
or related
particles
one.
water
can
connection
connected
source
travel
contains
to the
valve,
sand
install
a water
filter
near
the
refrigerator.
IMPORTANT:
new
PIPELINE
not
If your
that
pipeline (S feet [244 ram] coiled up three times with a
10" [25 cm] in diameter)
to allow free movement
of the
refrigerator
from the wall after installation
was made.
7. CONNECT
making
is
refrigerator
to install
as close
as possible.
Make
Before
it
floor
•
NOTE:
PIPE TO REFRIGERATOR
NOTES:
PIPELINE
always
health
TO VALVE
Place the compression
nut and the copper pipe ferule at
the end of the pipe and connect to the valve. Make sure
25
ones
Never
to have
to a potable
issues.
use
a better
water
old
use
or used
and
source
hoses.
experience.
to avoid
Always
use
Connect
security
and
° Remove the ring plug (1) from
top of such device.
the valve located
12. TURN
at the
®
• Place compression
nut and the ferule
at the end of the
pipeline. Insert pipeline into the connection
valve as far
as possible. Hold tightly while holding pipeline.
Compression
Nut 1/4"
Ferule
Hold on to the pipe from the handles or grabbers located
behind the refrigerator,
loosing first the bolt holding the
handle. Afterwards,
insert pipe into the hole and tighten
bolt to finalize.
10. OPEN
THE
BYPASS
VALVE
Tighten
all
connections
containing
leaks. Place access
cover back on compressor.
11. CONNECT
TO
ICE MAKER
ON
Turn ice maker switch into the ON position.
Ice maker
will start only after reaching
its operating
temperature
of 15 °F (-9 °C) or less. It will automatically
begin the ice
production
if switch is located in the ON position.
REFROGERATOR
Fix pipeline in a way that it does
not vibrate on the refrigerator
or
wall. Push refrigerator
against
wall.
26
UNDERSTANDING
SOUNDS
Your new
might
refrigerator
YOU
produce
MAY
HEAR
certain
oyou will
noises
that
your previous
refrigerator
did not. It is normal
if you worry.
Most of the
new sounds
you will be hearing
are actually
normal
expected.
Hard
sounds
and make
and
can increase
they really are. The following
sounds
along with their
surfaces
them
like walls
sound
list has a description
sound
caused
water pipe or objects
by the
located
flow
of the
on the superior
part of the refrigerator.
or floor
louder
hear a bell
refrigerant,
Your
than
of such
refrigerator
is designed
preserve
your
the
of energy.
causes.
least
sound
The
food
coming
speed
at the
each
During
sound.
up
when
you
sound
due
to
hear
a dripping
of the inner walls can cause
sound
caused
during
the
cycle.
defrosting
cycle
the
water
might
cause
a
sound.
You can hear some
caused
and the evaporator.
speed
in your refrigerator.
and expansion
the
dripping
liquid
to
using
door.
popping
will
thawing
can
cycle you will hear a dripping
Contraction
You
efficiently
temperature
You will be able to hear a pulsing
of the ventilator
the refrigerant
a slight
work
from the ventilators
open the refrigerator
After
to
desired
tight
air sound
over the
capacitor
by the fan.
Running
water
can
be
heard
during
the
defrosting
cycle.
• The thawing
timer
timer
will
device
will also
and ending
start
will make
and
make
THE DISPLAY
SHOWS THE
WORD "OFF"
sound
Temperature
a "click"
of the refrigerator
THE REFRIGERATOR
WON'T TURN ON
a "click"
finish.
sound
at the
LIGHT
ON
such
controlling
Due
beginning
refrigerator;
cycle.
to
switch
its
low
energy
the
fans
activated
consumption
will
the internal
remain
design
of, while
the
of
the
on-off
light of bin.
• The plug is correctly
positioned.
• A fuse has gone bad or the circuit
• Firmly plug the cord into a live outlet
voltage.
presents failures.
• The refrigerator
is in the defrosting
cycle.
• Replace the fuse or reset the circuit breaker.
• Wait about 30 minutes for defrost cycle to end.
• Refrigerator
(Demonstration
oThe Demonstration
Mode disables the cooling
system;
only the
lamps
and display
work
normally.
• To disable open refrigerator
doors and then
press ICE PLUS i_;;:;_:_
and REFRIGERATOR
;,_;;_
buttons at the same time for 5 seconds.
• The refrigerator
• The light bulbs
THE
TURN
when
is
in Demo
Mode)
Mode.
is plugged.
are loose.
• Plug the refrigerator
in a right voltage plug.
• Unplug the refrigerator.
Unscrew the Light bulb
and screw it again (Read the section Refrigerator
Care and Cleaning). Plug again.
oUnplug
the refrigerator
before
changing
the
light bulb. Replace the bulb with a same 40
watts bulb for your local store. (Read the section
Replacing
Refrigerator
Lights).
WON'T
• A light
bulb has gone
with proper
bad.
27
Problem'
STRANGE SOUNDS
OR SNOOZING/
Vl BRATIONS
PoSsible
,The
refrigerator
positioned,
is
• The replaced
older model.
• The
than
IT LOOKS LIKE
THE COMPRESSOR
MOTOR STAYS ON
TOO LONG
Causes
room
usual.
Solutions
not
correctly
refrigerator
temperature
was
is
an
hotter
• The door is being opened very often
or there has been a big amount
of
food in storage.
• The refrigerator
is plugged
and the
control has been adjusted
correctly.
• Doors won't close correctly.
• The condenser
• The
pipes
refrigerator
are dirty.
is not
leveled.
,You need to adjust the leveling
screws due the
floor is unleveled
or weak. Read the Installation
section.
• Modern
refrigerators
with
a bigger
storage
capacity require longer periods of operation.
• The motor will continue
working
when the room
temperature
is high. The motor
might
be on
between
40%
or S0% of the time.
In high
temperature
conditions,
the capacitor
might run
on periods of time.
• When
adding
or opening
the
door
of the
refrigerator,
it warms it up. It's normal
that the
refrigerator
to run more that usual in order to cool
the bins. (Read the section Food Storage Guide).
To save energy, take what you need at once, order
your food in order so it can be easily found and
close the door immediately
soon after you took
out the food.
• The refrigerator
will take 24 hours to cool down
completely.
• Push firmly the Doors. If they don't close. Read
Doors will not close completely below.
• This will stop the air transfer
and marked
the
motor to work longer and harder. Clean the pipes
of the condenser.
• Read
Refrigerator
Installation
section
to
level
refrigerator.
• The food
doors.
DOORS WILL
NOT CLOSE
COMPLETELY
packages
are blocking
the
• Adjust
between
• The ice bin, the vegetable
bin, the
panels and the shelves from the
door are out of place or position.
• Push
• The
• Clean
the
are
sticking.
the
panels,
bin
in their
or
• The doors were
removed
the installation
and they
properly setup.
• The
THERE'S
ICE ON
THE FOOD
door
hasn't
looks
during
weren't
the
seal
been
closed
completely.
• The door is frequently
opened.
ice
maker
has
been
place
and
free
space
the vegetable
cover
any
other
Read
the
and
Aligning
the
and
and
container
section
the
or
Using
use
it over
Read
the
door
the
might
with
the
be
a small
seal
section
rings.
Closing
Doors.
Will
in the
they
of cloth
apply
again
the
Refrigerator
• Read
Doors
mentioned.
surface
a piece
place
section
reverse,
• Don't
and the
Use
refrigerator.
• Remove
• When
installed
rings
of paraffin
the
allowed
• The
and
order
to
shelves.
positions.
with.
• Level
the
and
in
the
Refrigerator.
amount
wobbles
bins
and
shelves
right
in contact
• The refrigerator
instable.
food
doors
containers
lid,
your
gaskets
the
the
not
is
first
Close
warm,
resulting
ices
according
How
to
Completely
opened,
freezer
door
Doors:
to
remove
already
humid
air
is
in frost.
made.
correctly.
• The
ice
has
been
on
storage
too
• Dispose
of that old ice and make
new.
long.
THERE IS A WEIRD
TASTE AND SMELL
IN THE ICE
• The
food
correct
hasn't
been
packed
in the
way.
• The
and
water
sulfur.
• The
inside
supply
contains
mineral
• Pack again
and tastes
• You
might
eliminate
of
the
refrigerator
need
the food
because
to the ice.
• Read
need
the
the
to
odors
section
it can
install
and
a
taste
Refrigerator
transfer
filter
in
odors
order
problems.
Care
and
Cleaning.
cleaning.
• The
ice
bin
needs
• Empty
cleaning.
28
the bin and discard
the old ice cubes.
to
THERE'S
WATER
IN
THE DRAINING
BIN
• The
refrigerator
cycle.
• It's more humid
THE
REFRIGERATOR
SEEMS TO MAKE
TOO MUCH NOISE
• The sounds
refrigerator.
THE ICE MAKER IS
NOT PRODUCING
ICE OR ICE CUBES
ARE FREEZING
TOO SLOWLY
• The smallest
selected.
THE
ARE
° Smaller
ICE CUBES
TOO SMALL
than
size
defrosting
usual.
of
• It might take
This is normal
for your
ice
cubes
is
• Refer to the
section.
It is normal
that
some
a while for the water to evaporate.
when the weather is hot and humid.
Understanding
SoundsYou
May
Hear
• Wait 24 hours after hook-up
for ice production.
See the Adjusting
the Controls
section.
• Check to see if something
is holding the door
open.
cube
size level is selected.
° The water supply
• The
door
• Select a bigger size for the ice cubes.
• Call a plumber to clean the valve.
valve is blocked.
are dirty or sticky.
opens
itself
• Clean
as soon
as
you close it.
• The water
plugged.
• The freezer
• The
cool
is off.
supply
is down
temperature
or
not
turn off the ice maker.
refrigerator
and returns
thru
vents that dive this section.
open
the
very easily.
• The refrigerator
control has not been
adjusted
for the room conditions.
• A large amount of food is just
placed inside the refrigerator.
• The food has not been
in each bin.
• The
doors
correctly.
• The weather
• The
gaskets
and
surface
that
they
are in
haven't
been
well packed
been
closed
is humid.
auto-defrosting
cycle
• Turn the ice maker to the position on (I).
• Read the section Connecting
the Water Line.
• Wait
is warm.
air vents
are blocked.
The
air flows from freezer to the
• The doors
the
contact with. Use a damp cloth with paraffin
also
apply over the seal rings.
• When you open the door, the warm air enters
in the refrigerator.
When this air is cooled down
it occupies
less volume
and creates
a vacuum
effect. If it is difficult to open wait 5 minutes then
check.
• The ice cubes
THETEMPERATURE
IS TOO HOT
ORTHERE'S
HUMIDITY
FORMED
INSIDE THE
REFRIGERATOR
• The water will evaporate.
water falls on the bin.
• Door left open.
• The ice maker
THE ICE MAKER
DOES NOT WORK
in
may be normal
• The gaskets
THE DOORS ARE
HARD TO OPEN
is
is over.
29
24
hrs
for
the
freezer
to
reach
its
ideal
temperature.
• Hand level the ice cubes.
• With your hand find the vents and move and
package
that might be blocking the air flow. See
the Multi Flow Section.
• When the doors are opened the warm and humid
air enters. To keep your refrigerator
cool, take what
you need once and you're your food organized
to
make it easy to find. Close the door a soon as
you can.
• Wait 24 hours to stabilize the temperature.
If the
temperature
is cold or hot, move the control until
the desire temperature
is reached.
• After adding food to the refrigerator
this will warm
up. It might take some hours for the refrigerator
to
reach its temperature.
• Wrap the food evenly and before packing anything
dry all the bins to avoid humidity.
If it is necessary,
pack the food according
to the section
Food
Storage Guide.
• Read Doors will not Close Correctly section.
• In humid
weathers,
the air contains
humidity,
which introduces
it self if the doors are opened.
• It's normal
that some water props get formed
after the defrosting
cycle is completed.
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