installation instructions and owner'

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS AND OWNER’S MANUAL
Side by Side Refrigerator
Do Not Throw Away — Additional important safety information included.
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INSTRUCTIONS D’INSTALLATION ET MANUEL D’UTILISATION
Réfrigérateur côte à côte
Ne pas jeter — Autres consignes de sécurité importantes ci-jointes.
Table of Contents / Table des matières
REFRIGERATOR SAFETY..................................................................... 2
Proper Disposal of Your Old Refrigerator........................................... 3
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ......................................................... 3
Unpack the Refrigerator...................................................................... 3
Door Removal, Leveling and Alignment ............................................. 4
Handle Installation and Removal ........................................................ 6
Location Requirements....................................................................... 6
Electrical Requirements ...................................................................... 7
Water Supply Requirements............................................................... 7
Connect Water Supply........................................................................ 8
REFRIGERATOR CARE....................................................................... 10
Cleaning ............................................................................................ 10
Lights................................................................................................. 10
Vacation and Moving Care ............................................................... 10
PROBLEM SOLVER............................................................................. 11
WATER FILTER CERTIFICATIONS .................................................... 16
PERFORMANCE DATA SHEET.......................................................... 17
W10436749C
SÉCURITÉ DU RÉFRIGÉRATEUR ..................................................... 19
Mise au rebut appropriée de votre vieux réfrigérateur..................... 20
INSTRUCTIONS D'INSTALLATION ................................................... 20
Déballage du réfrigérateur ................................................................ 20
Retrait, réglage de l'aplomb et alignement des portes .................... 21
Installation et démontage des poignées .......................................... 23
Exigences d'emplacement ............................................................... 24
Spécifications électriques................................................................. 24
Spécifications de l’alimentation en eau............................................ 24
Raccordement de la canalisation d'eau ........................................... 25
ENTRETIEN DU RÉFRIGÉRATEUR ................................................... 27
Nettoyage.......................................................................................... 27
Lampes ............................................................................................. 28
Entretien avant les vacances ou lors d’un déménagement ............. 28
RÉSOLUTION DE PROBLÈMES ........................................................ 29
FEUILLE DE DONNÉES SUR LA PERFORMANCE .......................... 35
REFRIGERATOR SAFETY
Your safety and the safety of others are very important.
We have provided many important safety messages in this manual and on your appliance. Always read and obey all safety
messages.
This is the safety alert symbol.
This symbol alerts you to potential hazards that can kill or hurt you and others.
All safety messages will follow the safety alert symbol and either the word “DANGER” or “WARNING.”
These words mean:
DANGER
WARNING
You can be killed or seriously injured if you don't immediately
follow instructions.
You can be killed or seriously injured if you don't follow
instructions.
All safety messages will tell you what the potential hazard is, tell you how to reduce the chance of injury, and tell you what can
happen if the instructions are not followed.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury when using your refrigerator, follow these basic precautions:
Plug into a grounded 3 prong outlet.
■ Do not remove ground prong.
■ Do not use an adapter.
■ Do not use an extension cord.
■ Disconnect power before servicing.
■ Replace all parts and panels before operating.
■ Remove doors from your old refrigerator.
■
■
■
■
■
■
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Use nonflammable cleaner.
Keep flammable materials and vapors, such as gasoline,
away from refrigerator.
Use two or more people to move and install refrigerator.
Disconnect power before installing ice maker (on ice maker
kit ready models only).
Use a sturdy glass when dispensing ice (on some models).
Do not hit the refrigerator glass doors (on some models).
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
State of California Proposition 65 Warnings:
WARNING: This product contains one or more chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer.
WARNING: This product contains one or more chemicals known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other
reproductive harm.
2
Proper Disposal of Your Old Refrigerator
WARNING
Before You Throw Away Your Old Refrigerator or Freezer:
■
Take off the doors.
■
Leave the shelves in place so that children may not easily
climb inside.
Suffocation Hazard
Remove doors from your old refrigerator.
Failure to do so can result in death or brain damage.
IMPORTANT: Child entrapment and suffocation are not problems
of the past. Junked or abandoned refrigerators are still dangerous,
even if they will sit for “just a few days.” If you are getting rid of
your old refrigerator, please follow these instructions to help
prevent accidents.
Important information to know about disposal of
refrigerants:
Dispose of refrigerator in accordance with Federal and Local
regulations. Refrigerants must be evacuated by a licensed,
EPA certified refrigerant technician in accordance with
established procedures.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Unpack the Refrigerator
WARNING
Excessive Weight Hazard
Use two or more people to move and install
refrigerator.
Failure to do so can result in back or other injury.
Remove packaging materials. Do not use sharp instruments,
rubbing alcohol, flammable fluids, or abrasive cleaners to remove
tape or glue. These products can damage the surface of your
refrigerator. For more information, see “Refrigerator Safety.”
When Moving Your Refrigerator:
Your refrigerator is heavy. When moving the refrigerator for
cleaning or service, be sure to cover the floor with
cardboard or hardboard to avoid floor damage. Always pull
the refrigerator straight out when moving it. Do not wiggle or
“walk” the refrigerator when trying to move it, as floor
damage could occur.
Important information to know about glass shelves
and covers:
Do not clean glass shelves or covers with warm water when
they are cold. Shelves and covers may break if exposed to
sudden temperature changes or impact, such as bumping.
Tempered glass is designed to shatter into many small,
pebble-size pieces. This is normal. Glass shelves and covers
are heavy. Use both hands when removing them to avoid
dropping.
3
Door Removal, Leveling and Alignment
Gather the required tools and parts and read all instructions before starting installation. Save these instructions for future reference.
NOTE: Before moving your product into your home, measure the doorway of your home to see whether you need to remove the
refrigerator and freezer doors. If door removal is necessary, see the instructions below.
IMPORTANT: Before you begin, turn the refrigerator control OFF or turn cooling off. Unplug refrigerator or disconnect power. Remove
food, the ice storage bin (on some models), and any adjustable door or utility bins from doors.
TOOLS NEEDED:
Bubble level; flat-blade screwdriver; ⁵⁄₁₆" wrench; ¹⁄₄", ¹⁄₂", and ⁵⁄₁₆" hex-head socket wrenches
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before removing doors.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
4
5
Top Left Hinge
Door Removal
A
6
Top Right Hinge
A
A
A
A. Do Not Remove Screws.
3
A. Do Not Remove Screws.
Wiring Connection
7 Bottom Hinges
(Left and Right)
A
A
B
Do Not Remove Screw A
(present on some models)
C
A. Wiring Plugs
B. Wiring Clip
C. Grommets
2
8 Leveling
Raise
Lower
Water Dispenser
Tubing Connection
A
A. Leveling Screw
A
9 Door Alignment
(Bottom Right Hinge)
1
A
A. Face of Fitting
Base Grille
Raise
A
Lower
A. Alignment Screw
4
Remove the Doors
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before removing doors.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
1. Unplug refrigerator or disconnect power.
2. Open both doors (refrigerator and freezer) and the water filter
cover door. It is not necessary to remove the water filter itself.
3. Remove the base grille by pulling up on the bottom outside
corners. See Graphic 1.
4. Disconnect the water dispenser tubing located behind the
base grille on the freezer door side. The dispenser tubing runs
through the door hinge, and must be disconnected in order to
remove the door. See Graphic 2.
■ Press blue outer ring against the face of fitting and pull the
dispenser tubing free.
NOTE: Keep the water tubing connector attached to the
tube that runs underneath the freezer. The door cannot be
removed if the connector is still attached to the tube that
runs through the door hinge.
5. Disconnect the wiring located behind the base grille on the
freezer door side. See Graphic 3.
■ Remove the wiring clip using a ¹⁄₄" hex-head socket
wrench.
■
Disconnect wiring plugs.
6. Close both doors and keep them closed until you are ready to
lift them free from the cabinet.
7. Use a ⁵⁄₁₆" hex-head socket wrench to remove the top left
hinge as shown. See Graphic 4.
IMPORTANT: Do not remove either screw A.
8. Lift freezer door straight up off bottom hinge. See Graphic 5.
The water dispenser tubing and wiring remain attached to the
freezer door and pull through the bottom left hinge.
NOTE: This may require two people - one to lift the door and
another to feed the water tubing and wiring through the hinge.
IMPORTANT: Rest the door on its side on a soft, clean
surface, such as a towel, blanket or piece of cardboard. This
will help avoid damaging the door, water tubing and wiring.
9. Remove top right hinge as shown. See Graphic 6.
IMPORTANT: Do not remove either screw A.
10. Lift the refrigerator door straight up off bottom hinge.
IMPORTANT: Rest the door on its side on a soft, clean
surface, such as a towel, blanket or piece of cardboard. This
will help avoid damaging the door.
11. It may not be necessary to remove the bottom hinges to move
the refrigerator through a doorway. Both bottom hinges have
similar construction.
■ If necessary, disassemble the hinges as shown. See
Graphic 7.
IMPORTANT: To aid in door alignment and closing, there
is a shim located between the hinge and the cabinet.
When the hinge is removed, the shim may fall out of
place. If this occurs, set the shim aside so it can be put
back in place when the hinge is reconnected later.
Replace the Doors and Hinges
1. Replace both bottom hinges, if removed. Make sure the shim
is between the hinge and cabinet. Tighten screws.
2. Before replacing the freezer door on the bottom left hinge,
feed the wiring with the yellow plug and the water dispenser
tubing through the hinge. Assistance may be needed.
NOTE: Provide additional support for the doors while the top
hinges are being replaced. Do not depend on the door magnets to
hold the doors in place while you are working.
3. Align and replace the top left hinge as shown. See Graphic 4.
Tighten screws.
4. Reconnect water dispenser tubing and wiring.
IMPORTANT: Do not intertwine the water tubing and wiring
bundles when reconnecting them.
■
Push tubing into fitting until it stops and the black mark
touches the face of fitting. See Graphic 2.
■
Reconnect wiring plugs. Reinstall the wiring clip over the
grommets. Tighten screw. See Graphic 3.
5. Replace the refrigerator door by lifting the door onto the
bottom right hinge.
6. Align and replace the top right hinge as shown. See Graphic 6.
Tighten screws.
7. Replace the ice storage bin (on some models) and any
adjustable door or utility bins.
8. Plug into a grounded 3 prong outlet.
Leveling and Door Closing
Your refrigerator has two front adjustable rollers — one on the
right and one on the left. If your refrigerator seems unsteady or if
you want the doors to close more easily, adjust the refrigerator's
tilt using the instructions below:
1. Move the refrigerator into its final location.
2. Remove the base grille to locate the two leveling screws,
which are part of the front roller assemblies on each side.
See Graphic 8.
NOTE: Having someone push against the top of the refrigerator
takes some weight off the leveling screws and rollers. This makes
it easier to adjust the screws.
3. Use a ¹⁄₂" hex-head socket wrench to adjust the leveling
screws. Turn the leveling screw to the right to raise that side of
the refrigerator or turn the leveling screw to the left to lower
that side. It may take several turns of the leveling screws to
adjust the tilt of the refrigerator. See Graphic 8.
4. Open both doors again and check that they close as easily as
you like. If not, tilt the refrigerator slightly more to the rear by
turning both leveling screws to the right. It may take several
more turns, and you should turn both leveling screws the
same amount.
5. Use a bubble level to check the leveling of the refrigerator.
NOTE: Whenever you need to move the refrigerator, turn the
leveling feet to the right until they are no longer touching the
ground. This will allow the refrigerator to roll more easily.
Door Alignment
A refrigerator that is not level from side-to-side may appear to
have doors that are not properly aligned. If the doors appear this
way, use the instructions in the previous section to check the
leveling.
The doors are designed to be slightly different heights when the
refrigerator is empty, in order to account for the weight of food
that will be placed on the doors. If the doors are still not aligned
after checking the leveling and loading the refrigerator with food,
follow the steps below to adjust the door alignment.
5
1. Locate the alignment screw on the bottom hinge of the
refrigerator door. See Graphic 9.
2. Use a ⁵⁄₁₆" wrench to turn the screw. To raise the refrigerator
door, turn the screw to the right. To lower the door, turn the
screw to the left.
3. Check that the doors are even at the top and bottom. If
necessary, continue to turn the alignment screw until the
doors are aligned.
4. Replace the base grille.
NOTE: Be sure to refasten the Tech Sheet behind the base grille.
Handle Installation and Removal
PARTS INCLUDED: Door handles (2), ¹⁄₈" hex key, spare
setscrew(s)
To Install the Handles:
NOTE: The handle mounting setscrews are preinstalled in the
handle.
1. Remove the handles, which are packed inside the refrigerator.
NOTE: To avoid scratching the finish, place the handles on a
towel or other soft surface.
2. Open the freezer door. On the refrigerator door, place the
handle on the shoulder screws with the setscrews facing the
freezer.
6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 to begin fastening the lower setscrew.
7. Once both setscrews have been partially tightened as outlined
in the previous steps, fully tighten both the upper and lower
setscrews.
IMPORTANT: When the screws feel tight, tighten them an
additional quarter-turn. The handle is not properly installed
without this extra tightening.
8. Open the refrigerator door and close the freezer door. Repeat
steps 2 through 7 to install the other handle onto the freezer
door with the setscrews facing the refrigerator.
9. Save the hex key and all instructions.
To Remove the Handles:
1. While holding the handle, insert the short end of the hex key
into the lower setscrew hole and slightly rotate the hex key
until it is engaged in the setscrew.
2. Using a counterclockwise motion, loosen the setscrew a
quarter-turn at a time.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 for the upper setscrew. Gently pull the
handle away from the door.
4. If necessary, use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the shoulder
screws from the door.
Location Requirements
WARNING
A
B
Explosion Hazard
Keep flammable materials and vapors, such as
gasoline, away from refrigerator.
Failure to do so can result in death, explosion, or fire.
A. Shoulder screws
B. Setscrews inside the handle
3. Firmly push the handle toward the door until the handle base
is flush against the door.
4. While holding the handle, insert the short end of the hex key
into the upper hole and slightly rotate the hex key until it is
engaged in the setscrew.
IMPORTANT: This refrigerator is designed for indoor household
use only.
To ensure proper ventilation for your refrigerator, allow for ¹⁄₂"
(1.27 cm) of space on each side and at the top. Allow for 2"
(5.08 cm) of space behind the refrigerator. If your refrigerator has
an ice maker, allow extra space at the back for the water line
connections. When installing your refrigerator next to a fixed wall,
leave a 2" (5.08 cm) minimum space on each side (depending on
your model) to allow the doors to swing open.
12
/ " (1.27 cm)
5. Using a clockwise motion, tighten the setscrew until it begins
to contact the shoulder screw.
6
2" (5.08 cm)
NOTES:
■ This refrigerator is intended for use in a location where the
temperature ranges from a minimum of 55°F (13°C) to a
maximum of 110°F (43°C). The preferred room temperature
range for optimum performance, which reduces electricity
usage and provides superior cooling, is between 60°F (15°C)
and 90°F (32°C). It is recommended that you do not install the
refrigerator near a heat source, such as an oven or radiator.
■
Normal minimum cabinet cut-out width required for product
installation is 36" (91.44 cm). However, if the product is placed
against an extended wall and the ability to remove the crisper
pans is desired, an additional 18" (45.72 cm) of cabinet width
is required, so a total cabinet opening width of 54"
(137.16 cm) is recommended.
Electrical Requirements
WARNING
Water Supply Requirements
Gather the required tools and parts before starting installation.
Read and follow the instructions provided with any tools listed
here.
TOOLS NEEDED:
■
Flat-blade screwdriver
■
¹⁄₄" Nut driver
■
⁷⁄₁₆" and ¹⁄₂" Open-end or two
adjustable wrenches
■
¹⁄₄" Drill bit
■
Cordless drill
NOTE: Your refrigerator dealer has a kit available with a ¹⁄₄"
(6.35 mm) saddle-type shutoff valve, a union, and copper tubing.
Before purchasing, make sure a saddle-type valve complies with
your local plumbing codes. Do not use a piercing-type or ³⁄₁₆"
(4.76 mm) saddle valve which reduces water flow and clogs more
easily.
IMPORTANT:
■ All installations must meet local plumbing code requirements.
■
Use copper tubing and check for leaks. Install copper tubing
only in areas where the household temperatures will remain
above freezing.
Water Pressure
Electrical Shock Hazard
Plug into a grounded 3 prong outlet.
Do not remove ground prong.
Do not use an adapter.
Do not use an extension cord.
A cold water supply with water pressure of between 30 and
120 psi (207 and 827 kPa) is required to operate the water
dispenser and ice maker. If you have questions about your water
pressure, call a licensed, qualified plumber.
■ If your refrigerator has a water dispenser: After installation is
complete, use the water dispenser to check the water
pressure.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death,
fire, or electrical shock.
Before you move your refrigerator into its final location, it is
important to make sure you have the proper electrical connection.
Recommended Grounding Method
A 115 volt, 60 Hz, AC only, 15- or 20-amp fused, grounded
electrical supply is required. It is recommended that a separate
circuit serving only your refrigerator be provided. Use an outlet
that cannot be turned off by a switch. Do not use an
extension cord.
NOTE: Before performing any type of installation or cleaning, or
removing a light bulb, turn cooling off or turn the control
(Thermostat, Refrigerator or Freezer Control depending on the
model) to OFF, and then disconnect the refrigerator from the
electrical source. When you are finished, reconnect the
refrigerator to the electrical source and turn cooling on or reset the
control (Thermostat, Refrigerator or Freezer Control depending on
the model) to the desired setting. See “Using the Controls” in the
User Instructions, User Guide, or Use & Care Guide.
■
With the water filter removed, dispense 1 cup (237 mL) of
water. If 1 cup of water is dispensed in 8 seconds or less,
the water pressure to the refrigerator meets the minimum
requirement.
■
If it takes longer than 8 seconds to dispense 1 cup of
water, the water pressure to the refrigerator is lower than
recommended. See “Problem Solver” for suggestions.
Reverse Osmosis Water Supply
IMPORTANT: The pressure of the water supply coming out of a
reverse osmosis system going to the water inlet valve of the
refrigerator needs to be between 30 and 120 psi (207 and
827 kPa).
If a reverse osmosis water filtration system is connected to your
cold water supply, the water pressure to the reverse osmosis
system needs to be a minimum of 40 to 60 psi (276 to 414 kPa).
If the water pressure to the reverse osmosis system is less than
40 to 60 psi (276 to 414 kPa):
■ Check to see whether the sediment filter in the reverse
osmosis system is blocked. Replace the filter if necessary.
■
Allow the storage tank on the reverse osmosis system to refill
after heavy usage.
■
If your refrigerator has a water filter, it may further reduce the
water pressure when used in conjunction with a reverse
osmosis system. Remove the water filter. See “Water Filtration
System” in the User Instructions, User Guide, or Use & Care
Guide.
If you have questions about your water pressure, call a licensed,
qualified plumber.
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Connect Water Supply
Read all directions before you begin.
IMPORTANT:
■ Plumbing shall be installed in accordance with the
International Plumbing Code and any local codes and
ordinances.
■
The gray water tubing on the back of the refrigerator (which is
used to connect to the household water line) is a PEX
(cross-linked polyethylene) tube. Copper and PEX tubing
connections from the household water line to the refrigerator
are acceptable, and will help avoid off-taste or odor in your ice
or water. Check for leaks.
4. Now you are ready to connect the copper tubing to the shutoff
valve. Use ¹⁄₄" (6.35 mm) OD soft copper tubing to connect the
shutoff valve and the refrigerator.
■ Ensure that you have the proper length needed for the job.
Be sure both ends of the copper tubing are cut square.
■
If PEX tubing is used instead of copper, we recommend the
following Whirlpool Part Numbers:
W10505928RP (7 ft [2.14 m] jacketed PEX),
8212547RP (5 ft [1.52 m] PEX), or
W10267701RP (25 ft [7.62 m] PEX).
■
Install tubing only in areas where temperatures will remain
above freezing.
TOOLS NEEDED:
Gather the required tools and parts before starting installation.
■ Flat-blade screwdriver
■
⁷⁄₁₆" and ¹⁄₂" open-end wrenches or two adjustable wrenches
■
¹⁄₄" nut driver
Slip compression sleeve and compression nut onto
copper tubing as shown. Insert end of tubing into outlet
end squarely as far as it will go. Screw compression nut
onto outlet end with adjustable wrench. Do not
overtighten.
A
B
C
A. Compression sleeve
B. Compression nut
C. Copper tubing
5. Place the free end of the tubing into a container or sink, and
turn on main water supply to flush out tubing until water is
clear. Turn off shutoff valve on the water pipe.
NOTE: Always drain the water line before making the final
connection to the inlet of the water valve, to avoid possible
water valve malfunction.
6. Bend the copper tubing to meet the water line inlet, which is
located on the back of the refrigerator cabinet as shown.
Leave a coil of copper tubing to allow the refrigerator to be
pulled out of the cabinet or away from the wall for service.
Connect to Water Line
IMPORTANT: If you turn the refrigerator on before the water line is
connected, turn the ice maker OFF.
Style 1 (Recommended)
1. Unplug refrigerator or disconnect power.
2. Turn OFF main water supply. Turn ON nearest faucet long
enough to clear line of water.
3. Use a quarter-turn shutoff valve or the equivalent, served by a
¹⁄₂" copper household supply line.
NOTE: To allow sufficient water flow to the refrigerator, a
minimum ¹⁄₂" size copper household supply line is
recommended.
A
B
C
Style 2
1. Unplug refrigerator or disconnect power.
2. Turn OFF main water supply. Turn ON nearest faucet long
enough to clear line of water.
3. Locate a ¹⁄₂" (1.27 cm) to 1¹⁄₄" (3.18 cm) vertical cold water
pipe near the refrigerator.
IMPORTANT:
■
Make sure it is a cold water pipe.
■
Horizontal pipe will work, but drill on the top side of the
pipe, not the bottom. This will help keep water away from
the drill and normal sediment from collecting in the valve.
4. Determine the length of copper tubing you need. Measure
from the connection on the lower rear corner of refrigerator to
the water pipe. Add 7 ft (2.1 m) to allow for cleaning. Use ¹⁄₄"
(6.35 mm) O.D. (outside diameter) copper tubing. Be sure both
ends of copper tubing are cut square.
5. Using a cordless drill, drill a ¹⁄₄" (6.35 mm) hole in the cold
water pipe you have selected.
A
B
G
C
D
A. Bulb
B. Nut
C. Copper tubing (to refrigerator)
D. Household supply line (½" minimum)
F
E
A. Cold water pipe
B. Pipe clamp
C. Copper tubing
D. Compression nut
D
E. Compression sleeve
F. Shutoff valve
G. Packing nut
6. Fasten the shutoff valve to the cold water pipe with the pipe
clamp. Be sure the outlet end is solidly in the ¹⁄₄" (6.35 mm)
drilled hole in the water pipe and that the washer is under the
pipe clamp. Tighten the packing nut. Tighten the pipe clamp
screws slowly and evenly so the washer makes a watertight
seal. Do not overtighten, or you may crush the copper tubing.
8
7. Slip the compression sleeve and compression nut on the
copper tubing as shown. Insert the end of the tubing into the
outlet end squarely as far as it will go. Screw the compression
nut onto outlet end with adjustable wrench. Do not
overtighten.
8. Place the free end of the tubing in a container or sink, and turn
ON the main water supply. Flush the tubing until water is clear.
Turn OFF the shutoff valve on the water pipe. Coil the copper
tubing.
Connect to Refrigerator
Style 1
1. Unplug refrigerator or disconnect power.
2. Remove and discard the short, black plastic part from the end
of the water line inlet.
3. Thread the nut onto the end of the tubing. Tighten the nut by
hand. Then tighten it with a wrench two more turns. Do not
overtighten.
NOTE: To avoid rattling, be sure the copper tubing does not
touch the cabinet’s side wall or other parts inside the cabinet.
7. On some models, the ice maker is equipped with a built-in
water strainer. If your water conditions require a second water
strainer, install it in the ¹⁄₄" (6.35 mm) water line at either tube
connection. Obtain a water strainer from your nearest
appliance dealer.
Style 3
1. Unplug refrigerator or disconnect power.
2. Remove and discard the black nylon plug from the gray water
tube on the rear of the refrigerator.
3. If the gray water tube supplied with the refrigerator is not long
enough, a ¹⁄₄" x ¹⁄₄" (6.35 mm x 6.35 mm) coupling is needed in
order to connect the water tubing to an existing household
water line. Thread the provided nut onto the coupling on the
end of the copper tubing.
NOTE: Tighten the nut by hand. Then tighten it with a wrench
two more turns. Do not overtighten.
A
A
B
C
A. Household water line
B. Nut (purchased)
D
C. Ferrule (purchased)
D. Refrigerator water tubing
4. Install the water supply tube clamp around the water supply
line to reduce strain on the coupling.
5. Turn shutoff valve ON.
6. Check for leaks. Tighten any connections (including
connections at the valve) or nuts that leak.
B
C
D
A. Refrigerator water tubing
B. Nut (provided)
C. Bulb
D. Coupling (purchased)
E
F
G
E. Ferrule (purchased)
F. Nut (purchased)
G. Household water line
4. Turn shutoff valve ON.
5. Check for leaks. Tighten any nuts or connections (including
connections at the valve) that leak.
Complete the Installation
WARNING
Style 2
1. Unplug refrigerator or disconnect power.
2. Remove and discard the plastic part that is attached to the
inlet of the water valve.
3. Attach the copper tube to the valve inlet using a compression
nut and sleeve as shown. Tighten the compression nut. Do not
overtighten.
4. Use the tube clamp on the back of the refrigerator to secure
the tubing to the refrigerator as shown. This will help avoid
damage to the tubing when the refrigerator is pushed back
against the wall.
5. Turn shutoff valve ON.
6. Check for leaks. Tighten any connections (including
connections at the valve) or nuts that leak.
A
B
C
D
E
A. Tube clamp
B. Tube clamp screw
C. Copper tubing
Electrical Shock Hazard
Plug into a grounded 3 prong outlet.
Do not remove ground prong.
Do not use an adapter.
Do not use an extension cord.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death,
fire, or electrical shock.
1. Plug into a grounded 3 prong outlet.
2. Flush the water system. See “Water and Ice Dispensers” in the
User Instructions or User Guide.
NOTE: Allow 24 hours to produce the first batch of ice. Allow
72 hours to completely fill ice container.
D. Compression nut
E. Valve inlet
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REFRIGERATOR CARE
Cleaning
WARNING
Explosion Hazard
Use nonflammable cleaner.
Failure to do so can result in death, explosion, or fire.
Both the refrigerator and freezer sections defrost automatically.
However, clean both sections about once a month to avoid
buildup of odors. Wipe up spills immediately.
IMPORTANT: Because air circulates between both sections, any
odors formed in one section will transfer to the other. You must
thoroughly clean both sections to eliminate odors. To avoid odor
transfer and drying out of food, wrap or cover foods tightly.
To Clean Your Refrigerator:
NOTE: Do not use abrasive or harsh cleaners such as window
sprays, scouring cleansers, flammable fluids, cleaning waxes,
concentrated detergents, bleaches or cleansers containing
petroleum products on plastic parts, interior and door liners or
gaskets. Do not use paper towels, scouring pads, or other harsh
cleaning tools.
1. Unplug refrigerator or disconnect power.
2. Hand wash, rinse, and dry removable parts and interior
surfaces thoroughly. Use a clean sponge or soft cloth and a
mild detergent in warm water.
3. Wash stainless steel and painted metal exteriors with a clean
sponge or soft cloth and a mild detergent in warm water.
4. There is no need for routine condenser cleaning in normal
home operating environments. If the environment is
particularly greasy or dusty, or there is significant pet traffic in
the home, the condenser should be cleaned every 2 to
3 months to ensure maximum efficiency.
If you need to clean the condenser:
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Remove the base grille. See the “Door Removal”
instructions, either in the User Instructions or the
Installation Instructions and Owner’s Manual, or in the
separate instruction sheet provided with your refrigerator.
■
Use a vacuum cleaner with a soft brush to clean the grille,
the open areas behind the grille and the front surface area
of the condenser.
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Replace the base grille when finished.
5. Plug in refrigerator or reconnect power.
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Lights
NOTE: Not all bulbs will fit your refrigerator. Be sure to replace the
bulb with one of the same size, shape and wattage.
■ The dispenser lights are LEDs that cannot be changed.
■
On some models, the interior lights are LEDs that cannot
be changed.
■
On some models, the interior lights require a 40-watt bulb.
1. Unplug refrigerator or disconnect power.
2. Remove light shield when applicable.
NOTE: To clean the light shield, wash it with warm water and
liquid detergent. Rinse and dry the shield well.
3. Remove light bulb and replace with one of the same size,
shape and wattage.
4. Replace light shield when applicable.
5. Plug in refrigerator or reconnect power.
Vacation and Moving Care
Vacations
If You Choose to Leave Refrigerator On While You Are Away:
1. Use up any perishables and freeze other items.
2. If your refrigerator has an automatic ice maker and is
connected to the household water supply, turn off the water
supply to the refrigerator. Property damage can occur if the
water supply is not turned off.
3. If you have an automatic ice maker, turn off the ice maker.
NOTE: Depending on your model, raise the wire shutoff arm to
OFF (up) position or press the switch to OFF (right).
4. Empty the ice bin.
If You Choose to Turn Refrigerator Off Before You Leave:
1. Remove all food from the refrigerator.
2. If your refrigerator has an automatic ice maker:
■ Turn off the water supply to the ice maker at least one day
ahead of time.
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When the last load of ice drops, raise the wire shutoff arm
to the OFF (up) position or move the switch to the OFF
(right) setting.
3. Depending on the model, turn the Refrigerator Control to OFF
or turn cooling off. See “Using the Controls” in the User
Instructions, User Guide, or Use & Care Guide.
4. Clean, wipe, and dry thoroughly.
5. 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.
Moving
When you are moving your refrigerator to a new home, follow
these steps to prepare it for the move.
1. If your refrigerator has an automatic ice maker:
■ Turn off the water supply to the ice maker at least one day
ahead of time.
■
Disconnect the water line from the back of the refrigerator.
■
When the last load of ice drops, raise the wire shutoff arm
to the OFF (up) position or move the switch to the OFF
(right) setting.
2. Remove all food from the refrigerator and pack all frozen food
in dry ice.
3. Empty the ice bin.
4. Depending on the model, turn the Refrigerator Control to OFF
or turn cooling off. See “Using the Controls” in the User
Instructions, User Guide, or Use & Care Guide.
5. Unplug refrigerator.
6. Clean, wipe, and dry thoroughly.
7. Take out all removable parts, wrap them well, and tape them
together so they don’t shift and rattle during the move.
8. Depending on the model, raise the front of the refrigerator so it
rolls more easily OR screw in the leveling legs so they don't
scrape the floor. See “Adjust the Doors” or “Door Removal,
Leveling and Alignment.”
9. Tape the doors closed and tape the power cord to the back of
the refrigerator.
When you get to your new home, put everything back and refer to
the Installation Instructions for preparation instructions. Also, if
your refrigerator has an automatic ice maker, remember to
reconnect the water supply to the refrigerator.
PROBLEM SOLVER
First try the solutions suggested here or visit our website to possibly avoid the cost of a service call.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Plug into a grounded 3 prong outlet.
Do not remove ground prong.
Do not use an adapter.
Do not use an extension cord.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death,
fire, or electrical shock.
GENERAL OPERATION
Possible Causes and/or Recommended Solutions
Refrigerator
will not operate
■
Not connected to an electrical supply - Plug the power cord into a grounded 3 prong outlet.
Do not use an extension cord.
■
No power to the electrical outlet - Plug in a lamp to see if the outlet is working.
■
Household fuse has blown or circuit breaker has tripped - Replace the fuse or reset the circuit
breaker. If the problem continues, contact a licensed electrician.
■
Control or cooling is not turned on - Turn on the refrigerator control, or turn cooling on.
See “Using the Controls” in the User Instructions or User Guide.
■
New installation - Following installation, allow 24 hours for the refrigerator and freezer to cool
completely.
NOTE: Adjusting the temperature control(s) to the coldest setting will not cool either
compartment (refrigerator or freezer) more quickly.
Motor seems to
run too much
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Your new refrigerator has an energy-efficient motor - The refrigerator may run longer than
you’re used to, because the compressor and fans operate at lower speeds that are more
energy-efficient. This is normal.
NOTE: Your refrigerator may run even longer if the room is warm, a large load of food is added,
the doors are opened often, or if a door has been left open.
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GENERAL OPERATION
Possible Causes and/or Recommended Solutions
Refrigerator seems noisy
The compressor in your new refrigerator regulates temperature more efficiently and uses less energy
than older models. During various stages of operation, you may hear normal operating sounds that
are unfamiliar.
The following noises are normal:
■ Buzzing/Clicking - Heard when the water valve opens and closes to dispense water or fill the ice
maker. If the refrigerator is connected to a water line, this is normal. If the refrigerator is not
connected to a water line, turn off the ice maker.
Temperature is too warm
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Cracking/Crashing - Heard when ice is ejected from the ice maker mold.
■
Popping - Heard when the inside walls contract/expand, especially during initial cooldown.
■
Pulsating/Whirring - Heard when the fans/compressor adjust to optimize performance during
normal operation.
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Rattling - Heard when water passes through the water line, or due to the flow of refrigerant.
Rattling may also come from items placed on top of the refrigerator.
■
Water running or gurgling - Heard when ice melts during the defrost cycle and water runs into
the drain pan.
■
Sizzling - Heard when water drips onto the heater during the defrost cycle.
■
New installation - Following installation, allow 24 hours for the refrigerator and freezer to cool
completely.
NOTE: Adjusting the temperature control(s) to the coldest setting will not cool either
compartment (refrigerator or freezer) more quickly.
Temperature is too cold
Interior moisture buildup
Interior lights do not work
■
Doors are opened often or not closed completely - This allows warm air to enter the
refrigerator. Minimize door openings, keep the doors fully closed, and make sure both doors are
properly sealed.
■
Air vents are blocked - Remove items that are immediately in front of the vents.
■
Large amount of warm food recently added - Allow several hours for the refrigerator to return
to its normal temperature.
■
Controls are not set correctly for the surrounding conditions - Adjust the controls to a colder
setting. Check the temperature again in 24 hours.
■
Controls are not set correctly for the surrounding conditions - Adjust the controls to a
warmer setting. Check the temperature again in 24 hours.
■
Top refrigerator shelf is colder than lower shelves - On some models, air from the freezer
enters the refrigerator compartment through vents near the top refrigerator shelf. As a result, the
top shelf can be slightly colder than lower shelves.
■
Air vents are blocked - Remove items that are immediately in front of the vents.
NOTE: Some moisture buildup is normal. Clean with a soft dry cloth.
■ Room is humid - A humid environment contributes to moisture buildup. Use the refrigerator only
in an indoor location, with as little humidity as possible.
■
Doors are opened often or not closed completely - This allows humid air to enter the
refrigerator. Minimize door openings, keep the doors fully closed, and make sure both doors are
properly sealed.
■
Doors have been open for an extended period of time - Close the doors to reset the lights.
■
Light bulb is loose in the socket or has burned out - On models with incandescent interior
light bulbs, tighten or replace the bulb. See “Lights.”
NOTE: On models with LED lights, call for assistance or service if the interior lights do not illuminate
when either door is opened. See the Warranty in the User Instructions or User Guide for contact
information.
Dispenser lights
do not work
(on some models)
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Dispenser light is turned off - On some models, if the dispenser light is set to OFF, the light will
turn on only when a dispenser pad/lever is pressed. If you want the dispenser light to stay on
continuously, select a different setting. See “Water and Ice Dispensers” in the User Instructions or
User Guide.
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Dispenser light is set to AUTO or NIGHT LIGHT - On some models, if the dispenser light is set
to AUTO or NIGHT LIGHT, make sure the dispenser light sensor is not blocked. See “Water and
Ice Dispensers” in the User Instructions or User Guide.
NOTE: On models with LED lights, call for assistance or service if the dispenser lights do not operate
correctly. See the Warranty in the User Instructions or User Guide for contact information.
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WARNING
Explosion Hazard
Use nonflammable cleaner.
Failure to do so can result in death, explosion, or fire.
DOORS AND LEVELING
Possible Causes and/or Recommended Solutions
Doors are difficult to open
■
Gaskets are dirty or sticky - Clean the gaskets and contact surfaces with mild soap and warm
water. Rinse and dry with a soft cloth.
Doors will not
close completely
■
Door is blocked open - Move food packages away from the door. Make sure all bins and
shelves are in their correct positions. Make sure all packaging materials have been removed.
Doors appear to be uneven
■
Doors need to be aligned, or refrigerator needs to be leveled - See the leveling and door
alignment instructions.
Refrigerator rocks
and is not stable
■
Refrigerator is not level - To stabilize the refrigerator, remove the base grille and lower the
leveling feet until they touch the floor. See the leveling and door alignment instructions.
WARNING
Cut Hazard
Use a sturdy glass when dispensing ice.
Failure to do so can result in cuts.
ICE AND WATER
Possible Causes and/or Recommended Solutions
Ice maker is not
producing ice,
not producing
enough ice,
or producing
small/hollow ice
■
Refrigerator is not connected to a water supply, or the water supply shutoff valve is not fully
turned on - Connect the refrigerator to a water supply and make sure the water shutoff valve is
fully open.
■
Kink in the water source line - A kink in the water line can reduce water flow, resulting in decreased ice
production, small ice cubes, and/or hollow or irregularly-shaped ice. Straighten the water line.
■
Ice maker is not turned on - Turn on the ice maker. See “Ice Maker and Storage Bin” in the User
Instructions or User Guide.
■
New installation - After connecting the refrigerator to a water source, flush the water system.
(See “Water and Ice Dispensers” in the User Instructions or User Guide.) Wait 24 hours for ice
production to begin. Wait 72 hours for full ice production. Discard the first three batches of ice produced.
■
Large amount of ice was recently removed - Allow sufficient time for the ice maker to produce
more ice.
■
Ice is jammed in the ice maker ejector arm - Remove ice from the ejector arm using a plastic utensil.
■
Inadequate water pressure - Verify that the household has adequate water pressure. See “Water
Supply Requirements.”
■
Water filter is installed incorrectly - Make sure the filter is properly installed. See “Water Filtration
System” in the User Instructions or User Guide.
■
A reverse osmosis water filtration system is connected to your cold water supply - This can
decrease water pressure. See “Water Supply Requirements.”
NOTE: If questions remain regarding water pressure, contact a licensed, qualified plumber.
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ICE AND WATER
Possible Causes and/or Recommended Solutions
Ice dispenser
will not operate
properly
■
Doors not closed completely - Make sure both doors are firmly closed. (On some models, only the
freezer door must be closed in order to operate the dispenser.)
■
New installation - After connecting the refrigerator to a water source, flush the water system.
(See “Water and Ice Dispensers” in the User Instructions or User Guide.) Wait 24 hours for ice
production to begin. Wait 72 hours for full ice production. Discard the first three batches of ice produced.
■
Ice maker is not turned on, or ice bin is not installed correctly - Turn on the ice maker and make sure
the ice storage bin is firmly in position. See “Ice Maker and Storage Bin” in the User Instructions or User
Guide.
■
Ice is clogged or frozen together in the ice storage bin, or ice is blocking the ice delivery
chute - Remove or separate the clogged ice, using a plastic utensil if necessary. Clean the ice delivery
chute and the bottom of the ice storage bin using a warm damp cloth, then dry both thoroughly. To avoid
clogging and to maintain a fresh supply of ice, empty the storage bin and clean both the storage bin and
the delivery chute every 2 weeks.
■
Wrong ice has been added to the storage bin - Use only ice cubes produced by the current ice maker.
■
Dispenser is locked - Unlock the dispenser. See “Water and Ice Dispensers” in the User Instructions or
User Guide.
■
Ice dispenser jams while dispensing crushed ice - For models with the ice storage bin on the door,
temporarily switch from crushed ice to cubed ice to clear the jam.
■
Dispenser pad/lever has been pressed too long - Ice will automatically stop dispensing. Wait a few
minutes for the dispenser to reset, then resume dispensing. Take large amounts of ice directly from the
ice bin, not through the dispenser.
■
Water pressure to the home is not at or above 30 psi (207 kPa) - The water pressure to the home
affects the flow from the dispenser. See “Water Supply Requirements.”
■
Water filter is clogged or incorrectly installed - Replace filter or reinstall it correctly. See “Water
Filtration System” in the User Instructions or User Guide.
■
New plumbing connections - New plumbing connections can result in off-flavored or discolored ice or
water. This problem should go away over time.
■
Ice has been stored too long - Discard the ice and wash the ice bin. Allow 24 hours for the ice maker to
produce new ice.
■
Odor has transferred from food - Use airtight moisture-proof packaging to store food.
■
Use of non-recommended water supply line - Odors and tastes can transfer from certain materials
used in non-recommended water supply lines. Use only a recommended water supply line. See “Water
Supply Requirements.”
■
There are minerals (such as sulfur) in the water - A water filter may need to be installed in order to
remove the minerals.
■
Water filter was recently installed or replaced - Gray or dark discoloration in ice or water indicates
that the water filtration system needs additional flushing. See “Water and Ice Dispensers” in the User
Instructions or User Guide.
■
Doors not closed completely - Make sure both doors are firmly closed. (On some models, only the
freezer door must be closed in order to operate the dispenser.)
■
Refrigerator is not connected to a water supply, or the water supply shutoff valve is not
turned on - Connect the refrigerator to a water supply and make sure the water shutoff valve is
fully open.
■
Kink in the water source line - A kink in the water line can reduce water flow to the dispenser.
Straighten the water line.
■
Water pressure to the home is not at or above 30 psi (207 kPa) - The water pressure to the home
affects the flow from the dispenser. See “Water Supply Requirements.”
■
New installation - After connecting the refrigerator to a water source, flush the water system.
See “Water and Ice Dispensers” in the User Instructions or User Guide.
■
Dispenser is locked - Unlock the dispenser. See “Water and Ice Dispensers” in the User Instructions or
User Guide.
■
Water filter is clogged or incorrectly installed - Replace filter or reinstall it correctly. See “Water
Filtration System” in the User Instructions or User Guide.
■
A reverse osmosis water filtration system is connected to your cold water supply - This can
decrease water pressure. See “Water Supply Requirements.”
Ice or water has an
off-taste, odor,
or gray color
Water dispenser
will not operate
properly
NOTE: If questions remain regarding water pressure, contact a licensed, qualified plumber.
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ICE AND WATER
Possible Causes and/or Recommended Solutions
Water is leaking or
dripping from the
dispenser
NOTE: After dispensing, a few additional drops of water are normal.
■ Glass was not held under the dispenser long enough - Hold the glass under the dispenser for
2 to 3 seconds after releasing the dispenser pad/lever.
■
New installation, or water filter was recently installed or replaced - Air in the water lines causes the
water dispenser to drip. Flush the water system to remove the air in the water lines. See “Water and Ice
Dispensers” in the User Instructions or User Guide.
■
Residual ice in the dispenser chute is melting - Make sure the ice chute is free of ice shavings or
pieces.
Water is leaking
from the back of the
refrigerator
■
Water line connections are not fully tightened - Make sure all connections are firmly tightened. See
“Connect Water Supply.”
Water from the
dispenser is
not cool enough
(on some models)
NOTE: Water from the dispenser is chilled to 50°F (10°C).
■ New installation - Allow 24 hours after installation for the water supply to cool completely.
■
Recently dispensed a large amount of water - Allow 24 hours for the new water supply to cool
completely.
■
Water has not been recently dispensed - The first glass of water may not be cool. Discard the first
glass of water dispensed.
■
Refrigerator is not connected to a cold water pipe - Make sure the refrigerator is connected to a cold
water pipe. See “Water Supply Requirements.”
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WATER FILTER CERTIFICATIONS
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PERFORMANCE DATA SHEET
Water Filtration System
Model P5WB2L/P4RFWB Capacity 200 Gallons (757 Liters)
System tested and certified by NSF International against NSF/ANSI
Standard 42 for the reduction of Chlorine Taste and Odor, and Particulate
Class I*; and against NSF/ANSI Standard 53 for the reduction of Live
Cysts, Asbestos, Lead, Lindane, Toxaphene, Atrazine, and 2,4 - D.
This system has been tested according to NSF/ANSI Standards 42 and 53 for the reduction of the substances listed below.
The concentration of the indicated substances in water entering the system was reduced to a concentration less than or equal to
the permissible limit for water leaving the system, as specified in NSF/ANSI Standards 42 and 53.
Substance Reduction
Aesthetic Effects
Chlorine Taste/Odor
Particulate Class I*
Contaminant
Reduction
Live Cysts†
Asbestos
Lead: @ pH 6.5
Lead: @ pH 8.5
Lindane
Toxaphene
Atrazine
2,4 - D
NSF Reduction
Requirements
50% reduction
85% reduction
NSF Reduction
Requirements
99.95%
99%
0.010 mg/L
0.010 mg/L
0.0002 mg/L
0.003 mg/L
0.003 mg/L
0.07 mg/L
Average
Influent
2.0 mg/L
7,300,000 #/mL
Average
Influent
160,000/L
87 MFL
0.160 mg/L
0.140 mg/L
0.0019 mg/L
0.014 mg/L
0.0094 mg/L
0.220 mg/L
Influent Challenge
Concentration
2.0 mg/L ± 10%
At least 10,000 particles/mL
Influent Challenge
Concentration
50,000/L min.
107 to 108 fibers/L††
0.15 mg/L ± 10%
0.15 mg/L ± 10%
0.002 mg/L ± 10%
0.015 mg/L ± 10%
0.009 mg/L ± 10%
0.210 mg/L ± 10%
Maximum
Effluent
0.20 mg/L
75,000 #/mL**
Maximum
Effluent
54/L†
0.17 MFL
0.001 mg/L
0.005 mg/L
0.00002 mg/L
0.001 mg/L
0.0005 mg/L
0.028 mg/L
Minimum %
Reduction
97
99
Minimum %
Reduction
99.97
99
99.4
98.6
98.9
93
94.5
87.5
Average %
Reduction
97.2
99.4
Average %
Reduction
99.99
99
99.4
98.6
99
93
94.7
96.1
Test Parameters: pH = 7.5 ± 0.5 unless otherwise noted. Flow = 0.5 gpm (1.9 Lpm). Pressure = 60 psig (413.7 kPa).
Temp. = 68°F to 71.6°F (20°C to 22°C). Rated service capacity = 200 gallons (757 liters).
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■
It is important that operational, maintenance, and filter
replacement requirements be carried out for the product to
perform as advertised. Property damage can occur if all
instructions are not followed.
Use replacement filter P4RFWB, part #W10295370A.
2013 suggested retail price of $39.99 U.S.A./$49.99 Canada.
Prices are subject to change without notice.
Style 1 – When the water filter status display changes from
“GOOD” to “ORDER,” order a new filter. When the filter
indicator reads “REPLACE,” it is recommended that you
replace the filter.
Style 2 – When the filter indicator changes from green to
yellow, order a new filter. When the indicator changes from
yellow to red, it is recommended that you replace the filter.
Style 3 – When the filter indicator reads 10%, order a new
filter. When the indicator reads 0%, it is recommended that
you replace the filter.
Style 4 – Press FILTER to check the status of your water filter.
If the filter indicator light is yellow, order a new filter. If the filter
indicator light is red, it is recommended that you replace the
filter.
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After changing the water filter, flush the water system. See
“Water and Ice Dispensers” or “Water Dispenser” in the User
Instructions or User Guide.
■
These contaminants are not necessarily in your water supply.
While testing was performed under standard laboratory
conditions, actual performance may vary.
■
The product is for cold water use only.
■
The water system must be installed in compliance with state
and local laws and regulations.
■
Do not use with water that is microbiologically unsafe or of
unknown quality without adequate disinfection before or after
the system. Systems certified for cyst reduction may be used
on disinfected waters that may contain filterable cysts.
■
Refer to the “Warranty” section (in the User Instructions or
User Guide) for the Manufacturer’s name, address and
telephone number.
■
Refer to the “Warranty” section (in the User Instructions or
User Guide) for the Manufacturer’s limited warranty.
Application Guidelines/Water Supply Parameters
Water Supply
Water Pressure
Water Temperature
Service Flow Rate
City or Well
30 - 120 psi (207 - 827 kPa)
33° - 100°F (0.6° - 37.8°C)
0.5 gpm (1.9 Lpm) @ 60 psi
*Class I particle size: >0.5 to <1 um
**Test requirement is at least 100,000 particles/mL of AC Fine Test Dust.
†
Based on the use of Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts
Fibers greater than 10 um in length
® NSF is a registered trademark of NSF International.
††
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Notes
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