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Safety Instructions
Connect Electricity ................
Extension Cords ..................
3
2
Proper Disposal
Safety Precautions
9
9
..................
................
Operating
Additional
Instructions
Features
...............
7
Automatic
Controls
Icemaker.
..............
........................
8
4
Crispers and Pans ...............
Shelx_s and Bins ................
7, 8
5, 6
Care and Cleaning
Care and Cleaning
................
Replacing the Light Bulbs .........
Installation
9
10
InstruCdons
Preparing to Install
the Refrigerator
.................
11
Rex_rsing the Door Swing ......
VCamr iJne Installation
........
16-90
12-16
Troubleshooting Tips .........
91-93
Normal
Models 22, 25
Operating
Sounds
Consumer Support
Consumer Support .......
_'arrantv .......................
........
91
Back Coxer
24
Write the model and serial numbers here:
Model#
Serial #
Find these numbers on the gray label
on the leli side, near the top ot the
refligerator
compartment.
20008115P001
39-80443
11-05Jfl
IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION.
READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING.
WARNING!
Use this appfiance only for its intended purpose as described in this Owner's Manual.
SAFETY
PRECAUtiONS
When using electrical appfiances, basic safety precautions should be foflowed, including the following:
!:i)This reflJgerator
must be properl} installed
and located in accordance
with the lnstnllation
h_structions before it is used.
:); Do not allow children to climb, stand or hang
on the shelves in the reli_igerato_: They could
damage the reti_igerator and seriously iqim'e
themselves.
_¢_Do not
touch
the
cold
surlhces
in the fl'eezer
compartment
when hands
are damp
or wet,
Skin mm stick to these extremely
cold sm'ti_ces.
i)::Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable
\'apo_s and liquids in the vicinity of this or any
other appliance.
::NIn reii_igeratms with automatic
icemake_,
avoid contact with the moving parts of the
ejector mechanism,
or with the heating
element located on the bottom of the icemake_:
Kee I) finge_s out of the "pinch point" areas;
clearances between the doo_ and between
the doo_s and cabinet are necessarily small.
Be carefld closing
in the area.
:)_ Unplug
making
doms when
the refl_igerator
repairs.
children
are
befin'e cleaning
and
NOTE."We strongly recommendthat any servicing be
performedby a quafified individual.
i):: Setting the controls to the 0 (off) position does
not remove power to the light circuit. On some
models, only the reiiigerator
control has a
0 (off) setting.
:)_ Do not refl'eeze
thawed
ti'ozen
leeds which
have
completely.
Do not place finge_s or hands on the automatic
icemaking mechanism
while the reii_igerator
is plugged in.
DANGER!RISK OFCHILDENTRAPMENT
PROPER
DISPOSAL
OFTHEREFRIGERATOR
(_hild entraplnent
and mflbcation
are not
problems
of the past. Jtmked or abandoned
reti_igerato_s are still dangerous...even
if they
will sit fin" 'ijust a few da}:s." It u)t! are getting
rid of vour old reii_igeratm; pfease fi)llow the
instructions
below to help prevent acddents.
Refrigerants
_M1reliigeration
products
contnin reli_igerants,
which trader federal law must be removed p_ior
to product disposal. If you are getting rid (ff an
(71(Irefrigeration
product, check with the company
handling
the disposal about what to do.
Before You ThrowAway YourOld
Refrigerator or Freezer:
_: Take off the do(n_.
iJi::i,eaxe the shelxes in place so that children
may not easily climb inside.
USEOFEXTENSION
CORDS
Because of potential safety hazards under certain conditions, we strongly recommend against the
use of an extension cord.
Howe\'e_; if you IlltlSt use }lIl extension
cord, it is absolutely necessary that it be a/JL-listed
(in the United
States) or a CSA-listed (in Canada),
3-wire grounding
type appliance
extension cord having a gmtmding
type plug and outlet and that the electrical rating (ff the cord be 15 amperes
(minimmn)
and 120 volts.
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HOWTOCONNECT
ELECTRICITY
Do not, under any circumstances, cut or remove the third (ground) prong from the power cord. For
personal safe_ this appfiance must be properly grounded.
The power cord of this appliance is equipped
with a 3-prong (grom_ding)
plug which mates with
a standard 3-prong (grotmding)
wall outlet to
minimize the possibiliQ, of electric shock hazard
fl'om this appliance,
This
Have the wall outlet and circuit
straight
a qualified
is properly
electrician
grom_ded.
checked
bv
to make sm'e the outlet
If the outlet is a standard 2-prong outlet,
it is )_)m" personal responsibiliQ' and obligation
to have it replaced with a properly grotmded
B-prong wall outlet.
The reliigerator
should always be plugged into
its own individual electrical outlet which has
a voltage
rating that matches
the rating
provides
the
best
pe_tom]ance
and
I)rexents
oxefloading,
h{}use wiring circuits
couM cause a fire hazard
fl'om oxefl]eated
Never
mq)lug
power
cord.
Repair
out
yore" reliigerator
_Mwa):s grip
fl'om
the
or replace
along
\Alien
moving
wall,
be careflll
power
by pulling
firefly
not
on the
pull
all power
cords
fl'ayed or othet'wise
damaged.
that sho_vs cracks or abrasion
its length
the
and
which
wires.
outlet,
immediately
that have become
Do not use a cord
damage
plug
also
or at either
refl_igerator
to roll
over
end.
away fl'om
or damage
the
the
cord.
plate.
READANDFOLLOW
THISSAFETY
INFORMATION
CAREFULLY.
SAVETHESEINSTRUCTIONS
About the controlson the refrigerator.
The controls will look fike one of the following:
Initially, set the refrigerator control at5 and the freezer control at5
and allow 12-24 hours for the temperature to stabilize.
Several adjustments may be required. Adjust the controls one
increment at a time, and allow 12hours after each adjustment for
the refrigerator to reach the temperature you have set.
Setting the controls to 0 stops cooling in both the refrigerator and
freezer compartments but does not shut off electrical power to
the refrigerator. On some models, only the refrigerator control has
a # setting.
Touchpad controls
* Setting either control at 0 will automatically set the other control at O.
The zeros will blink until you set the controls.
o If both controls are set at 0 and either COLDERpad is pressed, the
controls will automatically reset to 5.
Control settings will vary based on personal preferences, usage and
operating conditions and may require more than one adjustment.
Locking the Controls (onsomemodels)
This _eature
so the
allows you to lock the controls
settings
cannot
be changed.
Tolock the controls:
O
Set
O
Press and hold
3 seconds.
\'\]_en
4
the controls
the
controls
To unlock the controls:
to the
desired
the
lock pad
are
locked,
settings.
ii_
the
indicator
light will come on and the control
will not be displayed.
settings
Press and hold the lock pad f;w 3 seconds.
,AJter unlocking
the controls, the settings
will be displayed, the lock indicator light
will go out and the settings can be changed.
About the shelves and bins.
He, ei,,cem
Not all features are on all models.
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Rearranging
Shelves
the Shelves
in the
reflJgerator
and
fl'eezer
comi_artn]ents
are
a(!iustnble.
I
Refrigerator Compartment
To remove:
0
Tilt the
shelf
up at the fl'ont.
@
I,ifl the shelf up at the
the shelf out.
back
and
bring
Some models have wire shelves that
can be adjusted in the same mam_e_
To replace:
0
ii"[
_'_ hile tilting
hook at the
on
the shelf up, insert the top
back of the shelf in a slot
the track.
ii!iiiiii_i_iiiiiiiiiiii
@
I
the fl'ont of the shelf tmfil the
of the shelf locks into place.
I.ower
bottom
w
_ iii
Freezer Compartment
To remove:
I,ifl
the into
left side
slide upit left
the
supI) orts.
__
@
Rotnte
out
ot the
center
the
right
side
of the
shelf
sui)ports.
shelt
of the andshelf
of the
shelf
up and
To replace:
0
eiii_II
,
Holding
left end
the shelf diagonall);
insert
of the shelf into the center
the shelf sui)i)orts
desired
lex el.
_iii
@
Insert
the
on
right
end
the
the
of
side wall at the
of the shelf
into
NOTE."For models with an automatic lcemaker,
the freezershelf must be in the lower position
for the ice cube bucket to catch the cubes.
the
shelf supI)orts
each
the
end
shelf
at the same le'.el. Rest
of the shelf on the bottom
of
supI)orts.
Spillproof Shelves (onsomemodels)
Spillproof
help
shelves
pre_ent
spills
have special
fl'om
dripping
edges to
to lower
i
shelxes,
To remoxe
or replace
see Rearrangingthe Shelves.
the shelxes,
H
About the shelves and bins.
Sfide-Out Spil/proof
Shelf (on some models)
The slide-out spillproof shelf allows you
to reach items stored behind othe_. The
spedal edges are designed to help prevent
spills from dripping to lower shelves.
0
0
tl
ii
,Finger hold
,Snugger
11
tabsjust
in ti'ont ot
on the shelf fi'ame,
tabs
all items ti'om shell
Slide the shelf out tmfil it stops.
I,ower
the
horizontal
shelf" into
and slide
place tmtil it is
the shelf in.
I,iti the fl'ont edge of the shelf tmtil the
central tabs are above the fl'ont bin:
Make sure that the shelf sits fiat after re/bsta//ation
and doesn't move free/}/from side to side.
Continue
pulling the shelf torward
tmtil it can be removed.
Make sure you push the shelves all the way in
before youclose the door
Adjustable Bins on the Door
A(!iustable bins can easily be carried ti'om
i'e_l_gei'atof
tl
Place the rear shelf
the central
notches
Slide the shelf in tmfil the central
are slightly
behind
the front bin:
Toremove:
Remove
To replace:
to
woFk
aI'ea.
Toremove: I,ift the bin straight up, then
pull out.
Toreplace or relocate: Engage the bin in the
molded SUl)ports of the do())', and push in.
Bin will lock in place.
Non-Adjustable
Shelves on the Door
Toremove: I,ift the shelf straight
l)ull out.
up, then
Toreplace: Engage the shelf in the molded
supl)orts on the door and push down.
It will lock in place.
Freezer Tilt Out Bin (on some models)
Push the button
as you tilt out the bin.
To remove: Hold
the sides of the bin and
lift it straight
ill) , then pull ()tit.
Toreplace:Engage the ends of the bin
in the molded SUl)ports on the door and
push down. It will lock in place.
NOTE: Do not overloadthe bin.
The snuggerhelps
prevent tipping, spilling
or sliding of small items stored on the door
shelf. (h_il) the finger hold near the rear of
the snugger and move it to fit your needs.
About the additional features.
Hetpoi,tcom
Not all features are on all models.
Slide-out
beverage
rack
holds
12 cans
To remove, slide the rack out to the stop
position, lift the rack up and past the stop
position and lift it out.
of
soda or 2 wine/water
bottles
(lengthwise).
It
can be
remoxedRack
fin" (onsomemodels)
cleanino
Shelf
Saver
I
About the crispersand pans.
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Not all features are on all models.
Fru# and Vegetable Crisper
ii!iiiiii_i_ii{iiii
Excess
water
that
bottom
of the
should
be wiped
ma_ ac(um
drawe_
ulate
or trader
in the
the
i
drawe_
w
dry.
Adjustable Humidity Crisper (onsomemodels)
Slide
the
control
HIGH setting
to prtwide
fi)r most
recommended
Snack Pan
Slide
all the wa_ to the
high
humiditv
the
control
all the way to the
,setfino,_ to provide
i'ecoi/llllended
vegetables.
lower
_0i"
illost
humidit_
fl'uits,
LOW
levels
(on some models)
This pan can be mined
usehfl location
for )our
to the most
tamil)'s
needs.
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To remove, slide the pan out to the stop
position,
lift the pan up and past the
stop position
and lift it out.
Adjustable Temperature Deli Pan (onsomemodels)
When
the pan is placed
in the top
the left side and the lever is set at
air fl'om
the fl'eezer
is forced
pan
to kee I) it ve_ 3' cold.
You
can
w)u
don't
move
want
the
the
pan
extra
6 slots
on
COLDEST,
arotmd
The
settings
between
storage.
be a(!justed
,
set at cold,
nom_al
cold
can
and
an)_vhere
coldest
,
,.
the
When
to any location
cold
if
The
coldest
storage
the
pan
will stay at the
refl_gerator/elnl)erature.
setting
provides
i
the
H
coldest
area,
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About crisper removal
Not all features are on all models.
Crisper Removal
To Remove:
These
drawex5
lifting
past
When the door cannot be fully opened,
remove
the drawer
fi_rthest from the
can
up slightly
the
be remoxed
while
easil)b)
pulling
tile
drawer
stop location,
fi_t.
Make
door
is flflk
closed.
front
of the
center
the
stlre
latch
and
the
drawer
closest
There
is a latch
slide
slide
which the drawer
the dora: Remove
the
rail.
Push
center
at the
down
slide
is attached,
file drawer
door
to the
on
rail, to
away fl'om
About the automatic icemaker.
A newly-installed
refrigerator may take 12-24 hours to begin making ice,
Automatic Icemaker (onsomemodels)
Power
Switch
Icemaker
!
Tile
icemaker
cubes
will produce
(depending
approximately
period,
i
of door
or eight
per
cycle--
100-130 cubes in a 24-hour
depending
telllpei'attli'e_
iiiiid_
seven
on model)
on fl'eezer
i'ooi/1
openings
compartment
telllpei'attli'e_
and
other
There
switch
reti_igerator
is operated
connection
is made
set the
teeler
ill ii _ ii
_ i
FeelerArmin up poston
the ON down "
position
Feelerarm model
power
aml
switch
to tile
heft)re
to tile
tile
icemake_,
to 0 (off) or move
STOP(up)
the
position.
a buzzing
fills with
sotmd
water;
each
bin
tile
time
will fill Mth water when
cools to apl)roximately
15°F. A newl)'installed refrigerator
may take 12 to 24
hom_ to begin making ice cubes.
it
fills to tile level
icemaker
If ice is not
will become
power
light
tar
will stop
several
used
of tile teeler
produdng
cubes
fl'equenfl>
cloud>
switch
will blink
ice.
to be joined
tile power
icemaket:
turned
about
old
ice cubes
taste
stale
and
models,
tile
green
if ice cubes
icemaket:
To correct
switch to 0 (off) and
shrink.
power
get stuck
in tile
this, set tile power
renlove
tile cubes.
there will be a delay
betore
tile icemaker
8
refl_igerator
did
not
come
ah'ead_
equipl)ed
with an automatic
icemake_;
an icemaker
accessor_
kit is axvfilable at
extra
cost.
at
operation.
NOTE:Inhomeswith Iowa>than-average
water
pressure,youmayheartheicemakercyclemultiple
timeswhenmaklbgonebatchof ice.
Icemaker Accessory Kit
If yam"
Set
switch to I (on) to restart
tile
_Mter tile icemaker
has been
on again,
45 minutes
I'eStllIleS
Tile icemaker
with tile sweep
together:
On
When tile reliJgerator
has been connected
to tile water SUl)ply; set tile power switch to
tile I (on) position or move tile teeler aml to
tile ON (down) position. On power switch
models, the green light will come on.
You will hear
the icemaker
tile
It is natural
Power switch model
If tile
\,_]/en
am/,
are two t)pes at icemake_:
power
models
and teeler am/models.
water
Be sm'e nothing intetTeres
of tile feeler aml.
of ice to
ntllllber
use conditions.
i
PowerLight
Throw awm tile first taw batches
allow tile water line to clea_:
Check
the
VO/lI"
tile
specific
model.
back
of tile
icemaker
refrigerator
kit needed
fin.
fin.
Careand cleaning of the refrigerator.
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Cleaning the Outside
The door handles and trim. Clean
darrlpened
cloth.
with a doth
with soap_ water. Dry _ith
a soft
Keep the outsideclean.Wipe _ith a clean
cloth lightl_ (tampened _ith mild liquid dish
detergent. Di) with a clean, soft cloth.
Donotwipetherefrigerator
witha soileddishclothorwet
towelThese
mayleavea residue
thatcanerodethepaint.
Donotusescouring
pads,powdered
cleaners,
bleach
or
cleaners
containing
bleach
because
theseproducts
can
scratch
andweaken
thepaintfinish.
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Cleaning the Inside
Tohelp prevent odors, leave all open box of
baking soda ill d_e reli-lgemtor and freezer
neumflizes odor,s. Thoroughl}
dry.
COl//pal'tl
Avoidcleaningcol@lassshelves(onsomemodels)with
hot waterbecausetheextremetemperature
difference
maycausethemto break.Handleglassshelvescarefullg
Bumpingtemperedglasscancauseit to shatter
I lell [s.
Unplugthe refrigeratorbeforecleaning.
It this is not pntctkal, _wing excess moistm_ out
of sponge or cloth \_hen cleaning around
_vimhes, lights or controls.
Use _lrm _lWr and baking soda solution-_d)out a tablespoon (15 ml) of baking soda to a
quart (1 liwr) of _wr Tills both cleans and
rinse and Mpe
Donot washanyrefrigeratorparts inthe flishwashei:
Washice traysin lukewarmwateronly_o not put them
in anautomaticdishwasher
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w
Behind
the Refrigerator
Be caretul when m(Mng the reti-lgemtor away
ti'om tile w_fll._Mlt_pes of floor coverings can be
damaged, particularly cushioned coxering_ and
those with embossed sm'ii_ces.
mfl'igerator ill a side (firection may result ill
damage to the floor co\ ering or reti-lgemtor
Pull the retiJgemtor straight out and return it to
position by•[)ushing., it .straight, ill. Movino_ the
models).
-'d.
Whenpushingthe refrigeratorback,makesureyoudon't
roll overthe powercordor icemakersupplyline(onsome
Preparing for Vacation
For long vacations or absences, l>mo_e food and
unplug tile retiigemtor Move tile ti'eezer control
to the 0 (off}position, and clean the interior with
a baking soda sohltion of one tablespoon (15
ml) of baking soda to one quart (1 liwr) of
'_ttel'. i,ea_.e the doors open.
Set die icemaker i)o_r witch to d_e 0 (Off)
position and shut off tile water supply to tile
l_ti'igerator.
If the tempenmlre can drop belo_ freezing, hme
a qualified servicer drain the _tmr supply s_:_tem
(on sorne rnodels) to pre_ent serious propert}
(tam_ge due to flooding.
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N"
Preparing to Move
Secure all loose items such as base grille,
shelxes and (lrawei_ by taping theln securel_
in place to pre',ent damage.
Besuretherefn)eratorstaysk_anuprightposition
duringrnowi;g.
i
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Replacing the light bulbs.
Turning the control to the 0 (off)position
does not remove power to the light circuit.
Refrigerator Compartment
CAUTION:L>,b./b
m.y
be
ho .
UnI)lug
0
Replace the bulb Mth an appliance
bulb of the same or lower wattage.
On models with a light shield, replace
the light shield.
the refiigerato_:
The bulbs are located at the top of
the refl'igerator
compartment
near
the opening.
On some models, a light
shield will have to be removed.
Plug the refligerator
back in.
@ To
remove the light shield, grasp the
shield as shown. Squeeze the shield
and rotate the shield toward the back
_ff the refligeratm:
will pop out.
The light shield
Freezer Compartment Light (onsome models)
a, CAUTION:L, b./b
h, be
ho,. 0
Unplug
leld
I'
the refrigerator:
The bulb is located behind a light
shield at the back of the fl'eezer
coi//l)ai'tlllent. To
I
the top and bottom
pull the shield off.
i'ei//o_e,
0
_dtei" replacing with an appliance
bulb
of the same or lower wattage, replace
the shield.
Phm _ the
refligerator
back
in.
squeeze
of the shield and
Freezer Compartment Dome Light (onsomemodels)
a, CAUTION:L, b./b
h, be
0
Unplug
the refrigerator.
The bulb is located at the top of the
fl'eezer compartment
inside the dome
light shield. To remoxe the shield, place
yore" finger in the pocket at tile back
of the shield. Pull the shield fin'ward
_1II(l
/0
(lotvn,
0
After replacing
with an appliance
bulb of the same ,c,r h)wer watta *e
replace
Plug
the
the shield.
refrigerator
back
in.
Installation
Instructions
Refrigerator
Models 22 and 25
Questions?Call 800.GE.CARES(800.432.2737)or Visitom X_ebsite
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BEFORE YOU BEGIN
CLEARANCES
Read
Allow the fl)llowing
clearances
fin" ease of installation,
proper
air circulation
and plumbing
and electrical
these
instructions
completely
• IMPORTANT
instructions
tor local
- S ,,ethese
inspector's
• IMPORTANT
governing
• Note
and
to
for fllture
use.
• Sides
• Top
Be sure
-
to leave
-
Keep
these
1" (25 ram)
side,
allow
instructions
reference.
ROLLERS
of this appliance
requires
The rollers have 3 purposes:
time - Refl'igerator
15 minutes
• Proper installation
of the installer.
(4 ram)
If the refrigerator
is against a wall on either
a 1/8" (3 ram) door clearance.
these
with the Consumer.
Consumer
1/8"
1" (25 ram)
• Back
ordinances.
• Skill level - Installation
basic mechanical
skills.
• Completion
connections.
- Obse,,e,ll
to Installer
instHIctions
• Note
codes
and carefully.
Installation
is the responsibility
• Product thiltu'e due to improper
installation
is not covered
trader the _'_rrantv.
•
Rolle_ a(!just so the (loo_
opened about 45 ° .
close on their own when
•
Rollers a(!just so the reti'igerator
is firefly positioned
on the floor and does not wobble.
•
Rolle_ allow you to move
the wall fin" cleaning.
the reti'igerator
To adjust the rollers:
Remove the base grille by
positioning
hands as shown.
WATER SUPPLY TO THE ICEMAKER
(ON SOME MODELS)
@
If the refl'igerator
has an icemake_; it will have to be
connected
to a cold water line. A water supply kit
(containing
tubing, shutoff valve, fittings and
instructions)
is available at extra cost fl'om your dealer,
or fl'om Parts and Accessories,
800.626.2002.
REFRIGERATOR
sn_l l) ()tit.
Pull the grille mvay ti'om the
refrigerator:
Using a screwdrixer,
turn
the two fi'ont r{_ller a(!iusfing
screws clockwise to raise
the refl'igera tot,
com_terclockwise
LOCATION
• Do not install the refl'igerator
where the temperature
will go below 60°F (l 6°C) because it will not mn
often enough
to maintain
proper
temperatures.
enough
to support
to lower it,
Replace the grille so the
notch in the grille will fit
ai'otlnd the bottonl
door
hinge.
• Do not install the refrigerator
where the temperatm'e
will go above 100°F (37°C) because it will not
pertorm
properly:
• Install it on a floor strong
loaded,
Rotatethe
bottom ofthe
grille outward until the clips
O
it fiflly
Tilt the top of the grille
toward the refi'igerator
and
insert the long metal clips
into the top of the owd
openings
at the bottom of
the refl_igerator.
Rotate the bottom of the grille toward
the refrigerator
tmtil it snaps into place,
11
a_z_y fl'om
Installation instructions
iNSTALLiNG THE WATER LiNE (ONSOMEMODELS)
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
WHAT YOU WILL NEED
Recommended
coi)per water supply kits are _4UX8X2,
_4UXSX3 or _4UXSX4, depending
on the amount
of
tubing you need. Approved
plastic water supply lines
are refrigerator
tubing kits _X08X10002,
WX08X10006,
WX08X10015
and _,\SX08X10025.
When
connecting
osmosis
water
recoilullenda
This water
your
system,
tions.
refl'igerator
tollow
line installation
the
to a reverse
manufacturer's
is not warranted
• Copper
or approved
plastic refrigerator
tubing kit,
1/4" outer diameter
to connect
the refi'igerator
to
the water suppl> If using copper, be sure both ends
of the tubing are cut square.
bv the
refrigerator
or icemaker
manufacturer.
Follow these
inst_ uctions carefldlv to minimize
the risk of expensive
water damage.
To determine
the distance
how much tubing you need: measure
from the water valve on the back of the
_'_ter hammer
(water banging
in the pipes) in house
phunbing
can cause damage
to refrigerator
parts and
lead to water leakage or flooding.
Call a qualified
phunber
to correct water hammer
before installing
the water supply line to the refl'igerator.
refi'igerator
to the water supply pipe. Then add 8'
(2.4 m). Be sm'e there is sufficient
extra tubing
(about 8' [2A m] coiled into 3 turns of about 10"
[25 cm] diameter)
to allow the refi'igerator
to move
()tit fi'om the wall Mter installation.
To prevent
burns and product
damage,
up the water line to the hot water line.
Approved
plastic refrigerator
in the fi)llowing
lengths:
do not hook
If vou use vour reli'igerator
betore
water line, make sure the icemaker
in the 0 (off) position.
connecting
the
power switch is
Do not install the icemaker
tubing
temperatures
tall below fl'eezing.
in areas
where
must
phunbing
requireinents.
code
be in accordance
- WX08X10002
6' (1.8 m)
-WX08X10006
15' (4.6 m)
- WX08X10015
25' (7.6 m)
- WX08X10025
Be sure that
as described
When using any electrical
device (such as a power
drill) during installation,
be sure the device is double
insulated
or grounded
in a manner
to prevent
the
hazard of electric shock, or is battery powered.
All installations
2' (0.6 m)
the kit you select
above.
tubing
kits are a_:dlable
allows
at least
8' (2.4 m)
NOTE: The only approved
plastic tubing is that
supplied
in the refrigerator
tubing kits listed above,
Do not use amy other plastic water supply line because
the line is under pressure
at all times. Certain
types of
plastic will crack or rupture
with age and cause water
damage to your home.
with local
12
Installation
Instructions
WHAT YOU WiLL NEED (CONT.)
Install the shutoff xalxe on the
drinking
water line.
• A water supply kit (containing
tubing, shutoff valve
and fittings listed below) is available
at extra cost
fl'om yore" dealer or fl'om Parts and Accessories,
800.626.2002.
[] SHUT OFF THE MAIN WATER
SUPPLY
• A cold water supply. The water pressure
between
20 and 120 p.s.i. (1.4-8.1 bar).
must
Turn on the nearest
the line of water.
be
fimcet
nearest
frequently
used
hmg enow, h_ to clear
[] CHOOSE THE VALVE LOCATION
Choose
accessible.
• Power
drill.
• 1/2" or adjustable
• Straight
and Phillips
a vertical
COlmect
wrench.
blade
COlmection
screwdriver.
bottom,
the
water
a location
fi_r the
It is best
water
into
pipe.
When
a horizontal
to the
to awfid
wflve
to connect
top
is easily
the
side
it is necessary
water
or side,
drawing
that
into
pipe,
rather
off any
make
than
sedin/ent
of
to
the
at the
fl'om
pipe.
k_
• Two 1/4" outer diameter
compression
nuts and
2 ferrules
(sleeves)--to
connect
the copper tubing
to the shutoff _;dve and the refl'igerator
water _;dve.
OR
• If w)u are using an approved
plastic refi'igerator
tuiAng kit, the necessary
fittings are preassembled
[] DRILL THE HOLE FOR THE VALVE
to the tubing.
Drill a l ./4" hole in the water pipe (even it usino.,..,
a sell:piercing
_alve) using, a shari ) bit. Remove any
1)m'l_ resulting
from drilling the hole in the pipe.
Take care not to allow water to drain into the drill.
Faihu'e to drill a 1/4" hole ma} result
ice production
or smaller cubes.
• If your existing coI)per water line has a flared fitting
at the end, you will need an adapter
(available
at
phunbing
supply stores) to com_ect the water line to
the refl'igerator
OR you can cut off the flared fitting
with a tube cutter and then use a compression
fitting. Do not cut fiwmed end fl'om approved
plastic
refl'igerator
tubing.
• Shutoff valve to connect
The slmtoff valve should
to the cold water line.
have a water inlet with a
minimum
inside diameter
of 5/32" at the point of
connection
to the COLD WATER LINE. Saddle-t_pe
slmtoff valves are included
in many water supply kits.
Before pro'chasing,
make sm'e a saddle-type
valve
complies
with your local plumbing
codes.
13
in reduced
Installation
Instructions
INSTALLING THE WATER LINE
[] FASTEN THE SHUTOFF
Fasten the shutoff
tile pipe clamp.
VALVE
_al_e to the cold water
pipe
(CONT.)
[] CONNECT
VALVE
with
Make
sm'e
valve.
Tighten
For
Saddle-TypeJ
ShutoffValve
--
VerticalCold
Water Pipe
plastic
tubing
the
kit,
shutoff
it is hand
with
NOTE: (_ommonwealth
of Massachusetts
Plmnbing
Codes 248CMR shall be adhered
to. Saddle wflves
tile
tubing
tile
is flfllv
inserted
compression
robing
fl'om
an
nut
into
approved
refl'igerator
insert
the
molded
end
wflve
and
tighten
compression
tighten
one
tight,
a wrench,
then
Overtightening
tile
securely.
of the
tubing
nut
additional
may
cause
into
until
turn
leaks,
xession
are illegal and use is not permitted
in Massachusetts.
Consult with wmr licensed
plmnber.
Nut
Saddle-Type
ShutoffValve
Approved
PlasticTubing
THE PIPE CLAMP
Tighten
tile clamp
begins to swell.
screws
tmtil tile sealing
PackingNut-
washer
OutletValve
NOTE:
tubing.
TO THE
Place tile compression
nut and ferrule
(sleexe)
for coI)per tubing onto tile end of tile tubing and
connect
it to tile shutoff xalxe.
PipeClamp
[] TIGHTEN
THE TUBING
Do not overtighten
or vou mav crash
--Ferrule
(sleeve)
tile
NOTE:
Codes
Washer
COllllllonwealth
248CMR
ol _ Massachusetts
shall be adhered
Phln/bing
to. Saddle
valves
are illegal and use is not permitted
in Massachusetts.
Consult with wmr licensed
plmnl)er.
Clam_
[] FLUSH OUT THE TUBING
between
tile cold water
out tile
Shut
about
tile water
off at tile water
one quart (1 liter) of water
through
tile tubing.
[] ROUTE THE TUBING
Route tile tubing
tile refl'igerator.
Turn tile main water supply on and flush
tubing until tile water is dear.
line
and
Route tile tubing through
a hole drilled in tile wall
or floor (behind
tile refl'igerator
or a(!iacent
base
cabinet)
as close to the wall as possible,
NOTE: Be sure there is sufficient
extra tubing
(about 8 ti_et [244 cm] coiled into 3 turns of about
10" [25 cm] diameter)
to allow tile refrigerator
to
move out fronl tile wall alier installation.
14
valve after
has been
flushed
Installation
[] CONNECT THE TUBING
REFRIGERATOR
Instructions
TO THE
[]
NOTES:
• Before
making
tile
connection
be sure the refrigerator,
into tile _all outlet.
to tile
cord
po_er
Fasten the tubing into the clamp proxided
to
hold it in a xertical position.
You may need to
pry open the clamp.
refrigerator,
is not
CONNECT THE TUBING TO THE
REFRIGERATOR (CONT.)
l)lugged,,
1/4"Tubing
• We recommend
installing
a water filter if y(mr
water supply has sand or particles that could clog
tile screen of tile reii'igerator's
water valve. Install
it in tile water line near the refrigerator.
If using
an approved
plastic retiigerator
robing kit,
you will need an additional
robe (WX08X10002)
to connect
the filter. Do not cut plastic tube to
install filter.
ReI//oxe
tile
access
(sleeve)
Approved
PlasticTubing
cover,
[]
Remoxe
valve
tile
Place
tile
onto
the
flexible
nuts
Insert
end
tubing,
plastic
of tile
the
robing
Tighten
am
Reattach
the
connections
water
to the
tubing
into
tubing
f/"om
into
nut
(sleeve)
On
an
kit, the
tubing.
the
While
water
valve
holding
tile
fitting.
robing
compression
tighten
of the
ferrule
robing
assembled
tighten
reil"igerator
tile
as shown.
as thr as possible.
cmmection
from
and
tubing
refl_igerator
ah'eady
tile
nut
of the
plastic
are
cap
TURN THE WATER ON AT THE
SHUTOFF VALVE
connection).
compression
end
approved
For
plastic
(refrigerator
. Refrigerator
Connection
kit,
the
tmtil
one
additional
Overtightening
may
an appro\
ed plastic
insert
molded
the
shutoff
_u]ve
end
and
tighten
it is hand
tight,
tm'n
a wrench.
cause
with
then
leaks.
15
access
co_er.
that
leak.
Installation
Instructions
INSTALLING THE WATER LINE
[] PLUG IN THE REFRIGERATOR
(CONT.)
START THE ICEMAKER
Feeler
__rranoe the coil of tubing so that it does not _ibrate
against the back of the refrigerator
or against the
wall. Push the refrigerator
back to the wall.
arm models
- Move
(CONT.)
tile feeler
arm
to tile
ON (down) position.
Tile icemaker
will not begin to
operate
until it reaches
its operating
temperature
of (l 5 F) (-9 C) or below. It will begin operation
automatically
if the icemaker
teeler am_ is in the
ON (down) position.
_Arm
inthe
START THE ICEMAKER
FeelerArminthe ON
(down)position
Power switch models - Set tile icemaker
power
switch to tile I (on) position.
Tile icelnaker
will
not begin to operate
tmtil it reaches
its operating
temperature
of 15°F (-9°C) or below. It will then
begin oi)eration
autonmticallv
if tile icelnaker
power switch is in the I (on) position,
and the
green light will come on.
Power
Switch
icemaker
STOP(up)poatlon
Feeler arm model
NOTE:
water
enotloh
In lower
xalxe
water
max
water
tt/rn
t()
tile
pressure
on
conditions,
"
i1 I) to .3 tllnes
t()
tile
delixer
iceinaker
Light
Power switch model
REVERSING THE DOOR SWING
IMPORTANT
When
re\'e_ing
NOTES
tile door
TOOLS YOU WILL NEED
swing:
•
Read tile instructions
starting.
•
Handle
•
Set screws down bv their related
them in the wrong places.
•
Provide
parts
careflflly
all tile way through
belin'e
Phillipsscrewdriver
to avoid
a non-scratching
scratching
parts
work surtace
IMPORTANT:
Once vou begin,
cabinet tmtil doo>swing
reversal
paint.
to aw)id
5/16" Headsocketdriver
3/4" Headsocketdriver
(a 6-pointsocketis
recommended)
using
tot the doors.
do not nlove
is completed.
tile
Puttyknife or
thin-bladescrewdriver
These instructions
are fin" changing
the hinges from
the right side m the leti side---if wm ever want to change
the hinges back to the right side, tollow these same
instructions
and reverse all reterences
to left and right.
Unplug
the refrigerator
Empty all door
compartment.
shelves,
from
its electrical
including
Maskingtape
outlet.
the dairy
16
Installation instructions
[] REMOVE THE FREEZER DOOR
Tape
the
door
shut
with
masking
[]
REMOVE
THE
REFRIGERATOR
DOOR
tape.
Tape
the
door
Remoxe
the
shut
with
center
masking
hinoe_
tape.
pin
with
a '3/4
" socket.
the
door
away fl'om
Hinge Pin 4
I_.emoxe
(on
the
some
]_emoxe
hinge
coxer
on
top
of the
freezer
door
models).
the
up to fl'ee the
of the door.
two
screws,
hinoe_
then
lift
_,)in from
the
the
hinge
socket
straight
in the
top
Remo_e
the
tape
cabinet,
bracket,
i,ifl
the
door
door
on
a non-scratching
Set
the
inside
and
tilt
straight
off the
bottom
surface,
the
him,e
with
up.
CAUTION:
Do not let door drop to the floor.
To do so could damage
the door stop.
Tape
the
door
shut
with
Remove
the
tape
cabinet.
I,ifl
it off the
Set
the
the
inside
door
on
and
tilt
masking
the
center
a non-scratching
tape.
door
away
hinge
pin.
surtace
from
the
[] TRANSFER
THE LEFT
with
TOP HINGE TO
up.
Interchange
hinge
screws
top
Do not
17
at the
tighten
and
screws
left
of cabinet.
screws
on hinge
at top
right
side
at this
with
time.
the
Installation instructions
REVERSING THE DOOR SWING (CONT.)
[]
[] TRANSFER BOTTOM HINGE
BRACKET TO THE LEFT
Remove
the base grille
by pulling
it straight
TRANSFER CENTER HINGE
BRACKET TO THE LEFT
I_.emoxe
the three
out.
Using a socket driver, move the bottom
hinge
bracket ti'om the right side to the lett side.
the center
screws.
NOTE:
Keep
They
NOTE: If the washer is not on the hinge bracket,
check to see if it is stuck to the bottom
of the door.
are
these
long
installing
hin,,e
screws
screws
the
with
and
hinge
on
b _, ren/oxing
bracket
will
the
the
be
hinge
used
other
bracket.
when
side.
You will need
to remove
the coloi=nmtched
from the screw
head
befi)re
you can relnove
screw,
Use
the
caps
well
fi)r
the
edge
off the
this,)
scratching
Cover
the
the
the
flat blade,
the
cabinet,
Screw
Place
the
center
Replace
VO//r
blade
screw
cover
fl'Oln
it into
binge
side
of the
long
blade
to gently
(A putty
with
fl'oln
Asselnble
center
leii
three
the
mullioi_
Relnove
flat
heads,
knife
tape
pry
works
to i_revent
paint,
Relnove
thin
of a thin
screw
cap
the
the
the
the
left
it to the
center
holes
bracket
cabinet.
on
side
right
using
side,
left
side
of the
the
right
side,
over
Insert
the
holes
and
at the
tighten
the
screws.
the
cap
by snapping
it over
the
screw
with
finger,
o
_._,,...o_L
Screw Cap
Mullion Cover
[] TRANSFER
On
18
each
door,
right
to the
Moxe
any screws
DOOR STOPS
inoxe
the
metal
door
stop
left.
froll_
the
leti
to the
iight.
froln
the
Installation
[] TRANSFER REFRIGERATOR
HANDLE TO THE RIGHT
To remove
the
handle:
carefully
prying
trader
Remove
the
exposed
Remove
the
tile
with
screw
edge
holding
DOOR
plug
button
a putty
the
Instructions
[] TRANSFER REFRIGERATOR DOOR
HANDLE TO THE RIGHT (CONT.)
bv
Transfer
the
door
plug
button
to the
opposite
side.
knife.
handle.
Button
t
Handle Plug
Remove
top
the
two
screws
holding
the
handle
Reinstalling
the hm_dle:
right side of the door.
to the
door.
of the
LongHandle
LongHandle
Attach
the handle
ShortHandle
ShortHandle
Short
t
Handle
Hole
Handle
Plug
\
H01e
Plug
t
Handle
Handle
Plug
Pin
Pin
After
buttons
insert
removing
the
from
them
the
into
handle:
top
the
right
holes
Move
side
on
the
small
of the
door
the
opposite
plug
top
and
side.
SmallPlu,
Buttons
Move the laroe_ })lug, button
from
of tile door and insert
it into the
opposite
the lett edge
hole on the
side.
PlugButton
19
to the
Installation
Instructions
REVERSING THE DOOR SWING
[] REHANG THE REFRIGERATOR
DOOR
[] TRANSFER FREEZER DOOR
HANDLE TO THE RIGHT
Remo_e
tile
and botton_
screws
of tile
holding
tile handle
to tile
door.
Remoxe
handle.
(CONT.)
top
Lo_er
tile
him,e_
pin.
l'efl'igel'_ltOl"
dooF
tile
()lit()
bottoI//
8
Straighten
4.:2.
hinge
'
gg
Reinstall
the
Turn it until
and into tlle
Mo',e the I)lug, button on the right, side of the door
to tile handle screw hole on tile left side.
Reattach
the handle on the opposite
side using
holes closest to tile edge of tile door.
tile
door
and
line
it up
with
tile
center
bracket.
center
hinge
it extends
door.
pin
with
throngh
a 3/4"
socket.
hinge
bracket
tlle
the
Center Hinge
Bracket
[]
REHANG
i,ower
tile
THE FREEZER DOOR
freezer
door
onto
tile
center
hinoe_
pin.
CenterHingePin
20
i,ifl tile top hinge
socket,
so tile pin fits into tile door
Support
tile
on
sure
door
the
doors
is even
door
in place,
door
tile
handle
is straight
and
across
fl'ont,
tighten
the
the
top
side
and
gap
between
the
While
holding
the
hinge
screws,
the
make
Normal operatingsounds,
w .ot oi.too,.
Newer refrigerators sound different from older refrigerators.
Modem refrigerators have more features and use newer
technology.
e_
Do you hear what I hear? These sounds are normal.
HUMMM...
--WHOOSH...
• Tile new high efficiency c()mpressor may run fi_ster
and longer than your old refi_gerator
and you may
hear a high-pitched
hum or pulsating sound while it
is operating.
• 54m may hear a whooshing
sound when tile doo_ close.
This is due to pressure equalizing within tile reti_igerat(m
Electronic models only:
• Sometimes
tile reflJgerator
runs for an extended
period,
espedally when tile doo_ are opened ti'equentl}: This
means that tile Frost GuardT"tbatm'e is working to prevent
ti'eezer b/:u'n and improve food presecvation.
WHIRl
• 54m may hear tile rims 'IS/innin_., Tile rims help
maintain
tile correct temperatures.
• Ym may hear tile rims si)inniw,_ at high, si)eeds.
This haII))ens.... when tile retii gerator, is fit_t I)hwgedm, in,
when tile doo_ are opened fl'equenfly or when a large
amount of food is added to tile reflJgerator
or fl'eezer
COIIlp_l
•
If either
I'tlIleIltS.
door
rims come
is open
fi)r over
on in order
• Tile rims chan(,e_ speeds
cooling and energ r} savin
• Ym may hear cracking or popping so/mds when tile
reti_igerator is fi_t plugged in. This happens as tile
i'eliJgei'ator
cools
to
tile
coYi'ect
teillpei'attli'e.
• Tile compressor
may cause a clicking or chiq)ing
so/md when attempting
to restart (this could take
up to 5 minutes).
• Tile electronic
control board may cause a clicking sound
when relays acti\:_te to control reti_igerator components.
• EN)ansion
alter
deli'ost
and contraction
can
Catlse
of cooling
a ci'acking
or
coils during and
popping SOtlnd.
• On models with an icemake_; after an icemaking cycle,
u)tl may hear tile ice cubes dropping
into tile ice bucket.
to
Electronic models only:
the
CLICKS, POPS,
CRACKS and CHIRPS
i
3 minutes
to cool
in order
the
you
light
may hear
bulbs,
to provide
optimal
"S
WATERSOUNDS
6
• The flow of refrigerant
through tile fl'eezer cooling
coils may make a gmgling noise like boiling water:
• Water dropping
on tile deti'ost heater can cause
a sizzling, popping
or buzzing sound dining tile
defl'ost cycle.
!i_;;:<iiiiii
• A water dripping noise may occur during tile defl'ost
cycle as ice melts ti'om tile e\:q)orator
and flo_:s into
tile drain pan.
• Closing tile door may cause a gmgling
pressure equalization.
iiiiii',i?}ii!iJ
!Zilii
SO/lild due to
i
21
Before you call for service...
Troubleshooting -tips
Save time and money! Review the charts on the following
pages first and you may not need to call for service.
Possible Causes
Refrigerator
does
not
Refrigerator
in defrost
The
axe set to
the
controls
cycle.
0 (0if) position,
Refrigerator
The
Vibration or rattling
(slight vibration
What To Do
is tmplugged.
fuse
is tripped.
Rollers
need
al)out
the
tern
)erature
the
• Replace
adjusting.
40 Ufilmtes
* Move
• Push
is blown/circuit
breaker
* Wait
for defl'ost
reflJgerator
and
cycle
fl'eezer
control
into
outlet.
to end.
to a
setting
plug
completely
ti,se
or
reset
the
the
breaker.
Rollers.
• See
is normal)
Motor operates for
longperiodsor cycles
Normal when refrigerator
is first plugged in.
• _,_it 12-24 hotu_ tor the refl_igerator to completely
cool down.
on and offfrequently.
(Modern refrigerators
Often
occurs when large
mnotmts of food axe
• This
withmore storage
space anda larger
placed
freezer require more
Door
left
operating time, They
startand stopo#en
tomaintaineven
Hot
weather
temperatures.)
Temperature
controls
set at the coldest
is nom_al.
ill refrigerator.
• Check
open.
or frequent
* This
to see if l)ackage,
is holding
door
open.
is nom_al.
door ope_m_gs.
* See About the controls.
setting.
Refrigeratororfreezer
Temperature
cold
I
w
control
not
set
Warm
weather
or frequent
door
Frost orice crystals
• See
About the controls.
enough.
• Set the
temperatm'e
control
one
step
col(le_:
SeeAboutt ceontrols
Door
left
open.
• Check
t(> see if l)ackage,
is holding,
(h>(>r open.
Door
left
open.
* Check
to see if l)ackage,
is holding
door
open.
on frozen food
(frostwithinpackage
is normal)
Automaticicemaker
iiiiii_?ii!:<ii: (on some models)
does not work
iii/l! ii
Too frequent
or too long
door ope_mz_.
lcema_ker
power
switch
Water supply
turned
not com_ected.
Freezer
too
• Set
the p()wer
* See
Installing the
switch
to the
I (on) position.
0 (off) position.
is in the
off or
compartment
• _'_fit
cool
Warln.
12-24
water line.
hom_
fi)r the
refl_igerator
to completely
dowll.
l
Pried up cubes in the storage
bin cause the icema_ker
E
to shut
icema_ker
Frequent"buzzing"
sound
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cubes
bx hand.
• Tm'n
off the
off.
Ice cubes
(Green
* I,exel
stuck
power
in icema_ker.
light
on
icemaker
icemakeh
back
remoxe
cul)es
and
turn
the
on.
blinking).
lcema_ker power switch is
in the I (on) position, but the
water supply to the refrigerator
has not been com_ected.
• Set the power switch to the 0 (off) position. Keelfin,,_ it
in the I (on) positi(m will damage the water xalxe.
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Causes
What To Do
Ice cubes have
Ice storage bin needs
odor/taste
Food trmlsmitthag odor/taste
to ice cubes.
* _,,Vrapfi)ods well.
Interior of refrigerator
needs clemlh_g.
* See Care and cleaning.
Door left open.
* Che(k
Temperature
cold enough.
* See About the controls.
Slowice
cube freezing
No ice cube
production
Refrigerator
has odor
Moisturecollectsinside
(in humid weather, air
carries moisture into
refrigerator when doors
are opened)
clemlhag.
control not set
* Erupt 3 and wash bin. Dis(ard
to see if I)ackage, is holding
Supply line or shutoff
vaJve is clogged.
* (:all a phunl)e_:
Foods
* Foods with strong
trm_smitth_g
old cubes.
o(hn_ should
door
open.
be tightly wrapped.
odor to refrigerator.
* Keep an open box of 1)aking soda in the refi_igerator;
replace eve_a' three months.
Interior
* See Care and cleaning.
needs clemfing.
Too frequent or too
long door openings.
Interiorlightdoes
not work
No power
* ]_epla(e fuse or reset the breakex:
Hot awfrom bottom
NormaJ air flow coolh_g
motor. In the refrigeration
process, it is normal that
heat be expelled in the
area under the refrigerator.
Some floor coverings axe
sensitive and will discolor
at these normal and
at outlet.
Light bulb burned
out.
* See Replacing the light bulbs.
safe temperatures.
Food freezing in
Food too close to air vent.
* Move the fi)od axvax fl'om the air vent (near
the controls).
Refrigerator
too cold.
control
* Moxe the reflJgerator
temperature.
Door does not close
by#self
Rollers
need
adjusting.
Orange glowin
the freezer
Defrost
heater
is on.
i_i_}iiiiwiiiiii
is set
control
to a warmer
* See Rollers.
* This is noHnal.
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RefrigeratorWarranty.(For customers in the United States)
All warranty service provided by our Factory Service Center, or
an authorized Customer Care® technician. To schedule service,
on-line, 24 hours a day, vis# us at www,Hotpoint.com, or carl
800.GE.CARES (800.432.2737). Please have serial number and
model number available when calling for service.
Staple your receipt here.
Proof of the orig&al purchase
date is needed to obtain service
under the warrantz
We Will Replace:
One Year
From the date of the
original purchase
Any part
ThirtyDays
(Water filter,if included)
From the original
purchase dateof
the refrigerator
_: Service
trips
to your
of the
During
this
related
service
Any partof
Dudng
filter
home
this
refl]ge_mn"
which
limited one-year
to replace
the
water
the
filter
limited thirty-day
defecti\'e
cartridge
warranty,
::Ji::Failure
of the product
thma
to teach
you how
to use
delivery
of food
if it is abused,
the intended
due
_: Replacement
breakers.
_: Damage
which
tails
(;E will
caused
after
due
to a detect
_: Replacement
purpose
misused,
fuses
delivery.
to water
water
or used
or used
and
in materials
or workananship.
free of charge, a replacement
of the
water
pressure
that
water
range
!i_:Replacement
f'dter
or resetting
of circuit
or due
filter
caxtridge,
is outside
to excessive
if included,
the specified
sediment
ha the
supply.
of the
cm'tridge,
::Ji::hacidentaJ
light
bulbs,
if included,
_: Dmnage
to the
or acts of God.
to spoilage.
of house
or workananship.
free of charge, all labor
also provide,
operating
or ma'_mtenmace.
commercially.
::Ji::Loss
in materials
also provide,
part,
due
installation,
for other
to a defect
GE will
cam_idge.
the product.
_: Improper
tifils due
warranty,
product
caused
or consequential
defects
with
iJi::Product
not
if included,
other
by accident,
dmnage
or water
thma as noted
caused
above.
fire,
floods
by possible
this applimace.
accessible
to provide
required
service.
EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES--Your sole and exclusive remedy is product repa# as provided in this
Limited Warranty. Any implied warranties, including the implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a
particular purpose, are limited to one year or the shortest period allowed by law.
This warranty is extended to the original purchaser and any succeeding owner for products purchased for home
use within the USA. If the product is located in an area where service by a GEAuthorized Servicer is not available,
you may be responsible for a trip charge or you may be required to bring the product to an Authorized GE Service
location for service. In Alaska, the warranty excludes the cost of shipping or service calls to your home.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages. This warranty gives
you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. To know what your
legal rights are, consult your local or state consumer affairs office or your state's Attorney General.
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ConsumerSupport.
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q
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a question
o_ need assistance
_dth )am" appliance? %') the Hotpoint _bsite
24 hours a day,
shol ) tbr mote ,great Hotl)oint I re)ducts and take a&_mtage, of
services designed ib_ )our convenience.
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Website
You can also
all of our on-line
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ScheduleService
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Expert Hotpoint repair service is onl)one
step awa_ from )our doo_: Get on-line and schedule )our service
at )am" comenience
24 hom_ an) da) of tile }ear! Or call 800.GE.(_ARES
(800A32.2737)
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ho551"s.
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sela'ices
people of all ages, sizes and capabilities. We recognize the need
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Order on-line today, 24 hems e\v U clay or
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unsafe operation.
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