THIS REFRIGERATOR IS MANUFACTURED WITH GREAT CARE, AND UTILIZES THE LATEST IN TECHNOLOGY. WE ARE CONFIDENT THAT YOU WILL BE FULLY SATISFIED WITH IT'S PERFORMANCE AND RELIABILITY. BEFORE YOU START YOUR REFRIGERATOR, PLEASE READ THIS BOOKLET CAREFULLY. IT PROVIDES EXACT INSTRUCTIONS FOR NANCE, INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND MAINTE- AND ALSO SUPPLIES SOME USEFUL HINTS. INSTALLATION 1. Select a good location. refrigerator where Place your 2. Avoid placing the unit sunlight or moisture. near 5. Clean your it is easy to heat sources, direct 6. Install accessories such shelves, If your refrigerator is placed in a recessed area in the wall, allow at least a 10 inch or greater more The the and 2 inches 7. Connect the power refrigerator should floor, especially if it or carpeted. vibrations, the unit required, adjust pensate for the unevenness screws partment Your to com- of the floor. The front should be slightly higher than the rear to aid in door closing. Leveling screws can be turned easily by tipping the cabinet slightly. Turn the leveling screws clockwise to raise the unit, counterclockwise supply cord (or plug) to the appliances on refrigerator on for Check the flow of cold air in the freezer must be level. leveling box, places.They are prevent possible damage 8. Prior to use, leave your 2 or 3 hours. be elevated 1 inch from is ice cube as outlet. Don't double up with other the same outlet. from the wall. 4. To avoid If refrigerator off etc., in their proper packed together to during shipment. 3. There must be proper air circulation around your refrigerator to keep it operating efficiently. clearance above the refrigerator thoroughly and wipe during shipping. all dust accumulated use. to lower it. 2 cooling. ready for use. to ensure proper refrigerator is now com- FEATURE CHART FREEZER COMPARTMENT Quick-Freezing Freezer Room Temperature Control Dial Ice Trays Freezer Door Rack Ice Cube Box REFRIGERATOR COMPARTMENT Egg Storage Rack Refrigerator Door Temperature Control Dial Lamp Shelves Rack Vegetable Drawer Used to keep fruits and vegetables, etc. fresh and crisp. Leveling 3 Screws 189H OPERATION STARTING When your first prior or If to refrigerator is filling it with fresh operation is interrupted, installed, allow it 2-3 hours to stabilize at normal operating temperatures frozen foods. allow a 5 minute delay before restarting. TEMPERATURE CONTROL Your REFRIGERATOR FREEZER 2 refrigerator has two controls that let you regu- late the temperature in the freezer and refrigerator compartments. Initially, 2 set the freezer and ment controls at refrigerator compart'2'(mid-position). For colder 1 3 1 temperatures, adjust the compartment higher number, and for warmer temperatures, adjust the compartment control to a control to 3 COLDER COLDER a lower number. ICE MAKING To make ice cubes, fill the ice tray with water and place it in the freezer. To remove ice cubes, hold the tray at its ends and twist gently. TIP To remove before ice cubes easily, run water on the tray twisting. 4 Except when control more starting, do not than number at one change a each time. SUGGESTIONS ON FOOD STORAGE STORING FOOD Store fresh food in the in maintaining Do not store food which goes bad Allow hot food to cool to higher When ing, How food is frozen and thawed is refrigerator compartment. an important factor its freshness and flavor. prior to easily at low storing. Placing temperatures, such hot food in the as bananas, pineapples, and melons. refrigerator could spoil other food, and lead electric bills! storing, wrap food in vinyl, or place in a covered helps food to keep its taste and nutrients. container. This prevents moisture from evaporat- and Do not block air vents with food. Smooth circulation of chilled air Do not open the door frequently. Opening the door lets warm keeps refrigerator temperatures air enter the even. refrigerator, causing tempera- tures to rise. FREEZER COMPARTMENT Do not store bottles in the freezer compartment - Do not refreeze food that has been thawed. This When storing frozen food like ice cream for a they may break when frozen. causes loss of taste and nutrition. long period, place it on the freezer shelf, not in the door rack. REFRIGERATOR COMPARTMENT Avoid placing moist food deep inside refrigerator shelves, it could freeze upon direct contact with chilled air. Always clean food food should be When prior to refrigeration. Vegetables and fruits should wiped clean, to prevent adjacent food from spoiling. storing eggs in their storage rack, position, which keeps them fresh longer. ensure that 5 they are be washed and fresh, and always wiped, and store them in a packed up-right CLEANING It is that your refrigerator be kept clean to undesirable odors. Spilled food should be INTERIOR PARTS important prevent wiped up immediately, since it may acidify stain plastic surfaces if allowed to settle. Never use metallic abrasive cleaners and strong alkaline solutions faces. Do not touch frozen surfaces with wet - Use a or lukewarm solution of mild soap INTERIOR interior - with a dry. EVAPORATING TRAY should be cleaned of the interior and Any parts is recommended. If you have the No dust accumulated in the proper Frost model which defrosts automatically, leave both doors open during the entire cleaning process. Disconnect the power supply, and remove food and all mild deter- ing liquids. clean, damp cloth and Regular cleaning or a Always remove power cord from the wall outlet prior to cleaning in the vicinity of electrical parts (lamps, switches, controls, etc.). Wipe up excess moisture with a sponge or cloth to prevent water or liquid from getting into any electrical part and causing a electric shock. Do not use flammable or toxic clean- to clean the durable finish of your detergent refrigerator. Wipe then dry. soda solution water. Rinse and WARNING hands. EXTERIOR baking warm on Before you clean, however, remember that damp objects will stick or adhere to extremely cold sur- or and - coarse any surface. damp Wash compartment shelves, racks, storage trays and magnetic door seals etc. with the gent scouring pads, brushes, or door refrigerator regularly. tray may interfere with function. compartment shelves, storage trays etc. compartments with a baking soda solu- Wash all tion. Rinse and dry. GENERAL INFORMATION VACATION TIME IF YOU MOVE During average length vacations, you will probably find it best to leave the refrigerator in operation. inside the Place freezable items in freezer for To avoid When you remove all plan longer Remove life. to be away for an extended all the way into the base. period, food, disconnect the power cord, clean the interior thoroughly, and leave each door OPEN to securely fasten down all loose items refrigerator. damaging the leveling screws, turn them or ANTI-CONDENSATION PIPE prevent odor formation. The outside wall of the POWER FAILURE Most power failures are corrected in an hour or two and will not affect your refrigerator temperatures. However, a block of dry ice cabinet may get especially just warm, after instal- lation. Don't be you should minimize the number of door while the power is off. During power fail- openings ures of longer duration, place top of your frozen packages. refrigerator sometimes alarmed.This is due to the anti-condensation on pipe, refrigerprevent "sweating" which pumps hot ant to on 6 the outer cabinet wall. Anti-Condensation Pipe LAMP REPLACEMENT 1. Unplug the power cord from the outlet. 2. Remove shelves. refrigerator 3. Remove the lamp by turning 4. Assemble in reverse same specification it counterclockwise as shown in the order of as disassembly. Replacement original. figure at right. bulb must be the IMPORTANT WARNINGS DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION CORD If possible, connect the refrigerator vidual electrical outlet to ances or household load that could to its own indi- from causing an over- appliance Improper If the power cord of the refrigerator is damaged, have it replaced by a repair shop appointed by the special tools are circuit, current. power outage. POWER CORD REPLACEMENT as electric short an grounding(earthing) reduces the risk of electric shock by providing an escape wire for the electric In order to manufacturer, GROUNDING(EARTHING) In the event of prevent it and other appli- lights cause a ABOUT prevent possible electric shock, this must be use grounded. of the grounding plug can result in an a qualified electrician or sergrounding instructions are not electric shock. Consult vice person if the required. completely understood, or if you have doubts appliance is properly grounded. on whether the This VERY DANGEROUS ATTRACTION An empty refrigerator can be a dangerous gaskets, latches, lids or must be grounded(earthed). DON'T WAIT! DO IT NOW! attraction to children. Remove either appliance,or appliance the entire door from your unused some other action to make it take NEVER STORE EXPLOSIVES AND CHEMICALS harmless. 7 BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE SERVICE CALLS CAN OFTEN BE AVOIDED! IF YOU FEEL YOUR REFRIGERATOR IS NOT OPERATING CAUSES FIRST PROPERLY, CHECK THESE POSSIBLE : PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSES REFRIGERATOR DOES Has NOT OPERATE Has the power cord plug been removed from the electrical wall outlet? REFRIGERATOR OR FREEZER Temperature control not set on proper position. Appliance is placed close to wall or heat source. Warm weather-frequent door openings. Door left open for a long time. Large amount of foods are kept in the refrigerator. COMPARTMENT TEMPERATURE TOO WARM ABNORMAL NOISE(S) a house fuse blown or circuit breaker or tripped? loosened Refrigerator is installed in a weak or uneven place leveling screw needs adjusting. Unnecessary objects placed in the back side of the refrigerator. or REFRIGERATOR Foods with HAS ODOR or strong odors should be tightly covered wrapped. Interior needs cleaning. DEW FORMS ON THE Not unusual CABINET SURFACE Door may have been left during periods of high humidity. ajar.