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Stainless Steel
Free-Standing
Refrigerators
Monogram:
Consumer
Information
Stait_less
Introduction
superior
The inflmnation
blend
Consumer
Phone
Serial
Peril)finance
Problem
Data
Solver
Sheet
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Care
Device
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and
Moving
Vacation
Crispers and Pans ......................
CustomCool"
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10, 11
Ice and _'VKer Dispenser
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Shelves and Bins ....................
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124, 14
29
Cover
Bulb
and
Inside
Replacement
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17, 18
15
Perffwmance
Air Flow System
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Temperatm'e
Controls
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Turl) oCool ''_ . ..........................
_%_ter Filter . ..........................
20
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22
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carefully.
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It is intended
help you operate
and maintain
refl'igerator
properl>
to
yore" new
_OU7"
fi qerator
Instructions
Icemaker
Features
Cleaning
Cleaning--Outside
Light
Back
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Automatic
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Services
important
Model
and
State
of fl)rm
on the/ollowing
If you have any other
Be/bre
Refligerator
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refl'igerator
makes an eloquent
statement
of style, convenience
and kitchen
planning
flexibility. Whether
you chose it fl_r its purity of design, practical
storage arrangements
or
assiduous
attention
to detail--or
fl)r all of these reasons--you'll
find that your Monogram
refi'igerator's
Con_n_
Steel
Kee I) it handy
for answers
to your
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something
or need
more help, there is a list of toll-fl'ee consmner
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Consumer
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down the
You'll
model
serial
Please
&
see them
comparm/ent
on a label
inside
tlle fl'esh fllod
at the top on the fight side.
write these
numbers
received a
Reflige*ato*
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Product
Ownership
Registration
with the packing material.
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included
Model
Serial
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less Steel
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contact tlle dealer
that sold you the refi'igerator.
Number
Number
Use these numbers
ill any correspondence
service calls concerning
your refl'igerator.
or
It lists causes of minor operating
yotl call correct yourself.
that
(or builder)
damaged
*gfr{qerator
Save time
& money
Befl/re
Solver
wm request
ill the back
se_Mce,
service,
check
of this manual.
Problem
!./you
To obtain
7_eed
page ill the back of this manual.
service
We're proud of our service and want you to be
pleased.
If fl/r some reason you are not happy
with the service you receive, here are steps to
fl/llow fl/r further
help.
For customers
see tile ( onsumer
tile
in the
Services
For customers
in Canada:
FIRST, contact tlle people who serviced your
appliance.
Explain wily you are not pleased.
Ill most cases, this will solve tile problem.
NEXT, if you are still not pleased,
write all the
details--including
your phone
number
to:
USA:
FIRST, contact tile people who selMced your
appliance. Explain wily you are not pleased.
Ill most cases, this will solve tile problem.
NEXT, if you are still not pleased, write all the
details--inchlding
your phone numbel_to:
Manager, Customer Relations
GE Appliances
Appliance Park
Ixmisville, KY 40225
problems
Managei.
Consumer
Cam co Inc.
Relations
1 Facto U I,ane, Suite 310
Moncton,
N.B. El(; 9M3
IMPORTANT
READ AND SAVE THESE INS 7
&WARNING:
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
UC 770N8
Keep fIngers out of the "pinch
point"
areas:
clearances
between
the dom_ and between
1,17u+n
l_sin_'U_i_
, < , a I/__lian. _,
alwO',s exe*ci,se ba,sic ,sg_i4y pr(maution,s,
induding"
tlu_
the
.fid/_fgvin<ff:
" Use this appliance
only for its intended
as described
in this Owner's
Manual.
in
touch
the cold
compaxtment
Skin
ma}
when
adhere
surfaces
hands
in the
extremel}
the refligerator
to avoid contact
(A burned-out
being
freezer
vapors
or use gasoline
and
other
liquids
avoid
contact
with
with
mechanism,
automatic
moving
or with the
the bottom
fingers
on the
while
the
are
bulb
may break
when
77_rnh_<._"
_>nlrol
to OI;F do¢,_ not n+move
of this or any
frozen
heating
Always clean the CustomCool
thawing food.
'MTray after
automatic
refl'igerator
RLSK OF CHIIJ)
of the ejector
element
Do not
located
place
icemaldng
is plugged
in.
ENTRAPMENT
Child entrai)inent
and suffocation are not
problems of the past.,]unked
or abandoned
refrigeratols
are soil dangerous...even
if they
will sit tor "just a tbw daD." If you are getting
rid of yotu" old refl_igerator, please fi)lh)w the
instructions
below to hel I) prevent accidents.
Before You Throw Away Your Old
Refrigerator or Freezer:
• Take
offthe
dome.
• I,eave the shelves in place so that children
may not easily climb inside.
REFt GtfTRANT S
_M1 refl-igeraOon
which
under
to product
products
federal
disposal.
contain
law must
refl-igerants,
be rein oxed
p_r._o
foods which have thawed
completely.
flammable
icema_kers,
parts
(Y the icemakei;
or hands
mechanism
A DANGER."
in the vicinity
children
tO tiw Q_'/I{ (7_*_Tlg_t.
appliance.
In refrigerators
on
or other
when
should
be unplugged
in order
with a live wire filament.
light
Do not refreeze
store
(lool_
small.
replaced.)
NOLO:
cold
Stll_wes.
Do not
are necessarily
Before replacing a burned-out fight bulb,
are daa_ap or wet.
to these
cabinet
Unplug your refrigerator
before cleaning and
maJdng repairs, NOTE: We strongly recommend
that any servicing be perfinmed
by a qualified
individual.
Do not allow c_dren
to climb, stand or hang
on the shelves in the refrigerator.
They could
damage the refl'igerator and seriously il_jm'e
themselves.
Do not
and
Be carefld
closing
in the area.
purpose
, This re frigerator must be properly instaJled
accordance
with the Installation
Instructions
before it is used.
do(n_
prior
If you are
product
the
o
rid
0 etOng ,
checkwith
disposal
about
{)f an _)ld refl_igerafion
,
the company
what
to do.
handling
MESURES
LIP 2 ET CONSERVER
DE SECURITE
CES INSTRUC770NS
AVERTISSEMENT
vous
uli/i.v< h" *@_'&a/em;
]_;loigJaez les doigts des parties
:
ol,ser_<
/o@,m:_
pr6vu,
le r6frig6rateur
comme
" InstaJlez
directives
dOcfit
que
darts
le r6frig6rateur
d'instaJlation
pour
sou
le prOsent
usage
manuel.
conform6ment
avaaat de Fufiliser.
attx
,
DSbraaachez
nettoyer
VOtlS
* Ne laissez
pas les enfaaats
se tenir debout
grimper,
ni se pendre
r6frig6rateur.
Ils pomTaient
r_fl_ig_rateur
et se blesser
" Une
attx clayettes
du
risque
endommager
le
eu maxche,
d'adh_rer
et n'ufilisez
vapeurs
pro_t_
appaxeil
Pour
les rSfrigSrateurs
gla_orts
ou avec
d'essence
automalique,
mobiles
FOl&nent
int_fieure
_t
ou de tout
(Une
pas les doigts
&itez
le contact
chauflimt
:'l la pattie
situ6
:'l glaoms.
a gla¢ons
est branch&
grill6e,
grillg_e peut
se briser
afin
tension.
pendant
: Lo*:sque v0us plac<
[a comma*l(#
d/ecO'ique (h_I'am/)old_
_z'(,st
compl&tement
Nettoyez
apr&s
toujours
avoir
d6gel6
des
aliments
surgd0s
d6gel&
le contenaaat
CustomCool'"
les aliments.
Ne posez
sur le mOcanisme
pendant
que le
POUR
LES ENFANTS
i,es entimts pris au pi&ge ou morts d'asph)xie
sont
toujom_ d'acmalit_.
I,es appareils de r_ti_ig&'ation
abandong_s sont toujoui_ aussi dangereux,
in_ine
si on n'atmnd que "quelquejoui3"
l)Otli" s'en
dgdxm_sse_: Si vous ne gardez pas votre ancien
appareil, veuillez suiwe les directives
afin de pr&'enir les accidents.
Tous
ampoule
avec
_jectem',
rg_fl'igOrateur
RISQUES
machine
qualifi&
6tre dObranch6
a_vc un fil sous
" Ne fafites PAS recongeler
,
dhme
ou les mains
toute
pa,_co,Oil,.
qui out
du m_canisme
de la machine
t ?,FP GI,;'P N7
ampoule
REMA_UE
autre
dot6s
de la machine
: Nous
contiel"
l'opg_ration).
ou
61ectrom6nager.
les pi_ces
DANGER:
tree
le r_fl_ig_rateur
dolt
d'&'iter
tout contact
tr_s
infla_lmables
de cet appameil
de
;_ tm technicien
, Avaaat de remplacer
ne touchez
sm_hces
pas
et liquides
avaaat de le
REMARQUE
vivei/lent
sit*' dlei*H, I'alim(,r_tatio_z
N'entreposez
autres
aces
rbfrigSrateur
recollli//andollS
rg_paration
pas les surfaces
froides
du cong61ateur,
surtout
si vous avez les matins httmides
ou mottill6es
:
la peau
fi'oides.
votre
et de le r8pa_rer.
s'asseoir,
gravement.
fois le r6frig6rateur
du r6frig6rateur
off l'on peut fadlement
se pincer : les espaces
entre les pm_es et entre les pol_es et les placards
sont tot!iours _troits. So vez prudent lorsque
vous ibnnez les po_les de l'appareil en prOsence
des enfimts.
_ertab_s
pr_icautio_s(1_bas_;notamm_m :
" N'ufilisez
IMPORTANTES
ci-dessous
Avant
appareil
de votes d6barasser
de r6frig6ration
• D(qnontez
de vowe vieux
:
les portes.
• I,aissez les clavettes en place afin d'emp_cher
les eufimts de grimper f_l'intg_riem:
5
les appareils
des reflJgerants
tkXdg_rales, doivent
_limination
de r6tYigOration
qui,
confl)m_g_ment
&tre enlevg_s
de l'appareil.
a\mK
confiennent
aux
toute
lois
Si vous w_us d_barrassez
de vieux appareils de
r_tiJg_ration,
v&ifiez, aupr_s de la soci_t_ qui
s'occupe de leur _limination,
ce que vous
devez taire.
IMPORTANT
HOW
TO CONNECT
EL_2CTRICITY
Do not, under amy circumsmmces,
cut or remove
the third (ground) prong from the power cord.
For personal safety, this appliance must be
properly grounded.
The power cord of this appliance is equipped
with a 3-prong (grotmding)
i)lug which mates
with a standard 3-prong (grounding)
wall outlet
to minimize the possibility of electric shock
hazard fl'om this appliance.
Have the wall outlet
a qualified
is properly
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
and circuit checked
electrician
grotmded.
by
to make sure the outlet
\\]_ere a standard 2-prong wall oudet is
encountered,
it is your personal responsibility
and obligation to have it replaced with a
properly grom_ded 3-1)tong wall outlet,
This provides the best perfi)mmnce
and also
pre_vnts o\ erloading
house wiring circuits which
could cause a fire hazard fi'om o\ efl_eated wires.
Ne\vr unplug your refrigerator
by pulling on the
power cord. aMWayS
grip
plug firefly and pull
straight out from the oudet.
Rei:)air or replace immediately
all power cords
that have become tiaved or otherwise damaged,
Do not use a cord that sho_vs cmclcs or abrasion
damage
along its length
or at either
end.
\_q_en moving the refl-igemtor away ti'om the
wall, be carefld not to roll over or damage the
power cord.
The refl_igemtor should always be plugged into
its own individual electrical outlet which has
a voltage
rating
USE OF EXT?2NSION
that matches
the rating plate.
CORDS
Because of potential safety hazards
conditions, we strongly recommend
use of am extension cord.
under certain
against the
Howe\w. if you must use an extension
cord, it is
absolutely necessai T that it be a UI Aisted, 3-wire
grotmding
bpe appliance extension
cord having
a grotmding
_'pe plug and outlet and that the
electrical rating of the cord be 15 amperes
(minim urn) and 120 volts.
SAVE 77_'ESE INS TR U C77ONS
MESURES
DE SECURITE
IMPORTANTES
CCORDP;34! ;N7 ET£CJ'RIQUE
Ne coupez ni refirez en aucun cas la troisi6me
broche (raise a la terre) de la fiche du cordon
d'alimentafion.
Pour votre s6curitS, cet appa_reil
doit 8tre correctement mis/_ la terre.
I.e cordon cFalimenmtion
de cet apparei] est
muni d'une fiche i?_3 bmches (nfise _'lla terre)
qui se brlmche darts tree prise mm'id ordinaire
a 3 alv&_les (raise a la terre) pour rg_duire au
minimmn
les risques du chocs _lectfiques.
Faites examiner la prise de com'imt et le drcuit
par tm (qectfiden
qualifi(4 pour wins assm'er
que la prise est correctement
raise fi la terre.
Si la prise mm'ide est du type standard 17_
2 alvOoles, il vous incombe de la fifire remplacer
par tree prise a 3 alv&)les correctement
raise
a la terre.
Cette prg_caution est recommandg_e
pore" garlmtir
tm rendement
optimum
et &'iter une surcharge
des circuits (_lectriques de la rg_sidence, ce qui
pourrifit crg_er tm risque d'incendie
par
sm_chauflb des ills.
Ne d_branchezjamais
cordon d'alimenmtion.
]a fiche du cordon
de ]a prise.
l'appareil
en firlmt le
Saisissez tennement
et tirez droit pour
]a retirer
Rg_parez ou remplacez
imm(_diatement
tout
cordon efliloch(_ ou endommag_.
N'utilisez
pas tm cordon tbndill6 ou prOsentant des signes
d'
HSIII'e.
Lo_que vous dg_placez l'appareil du ram. flutes
attention
de ne pas la fidre fouler sur le cordon
d'alimentation
afin de ne pas l'endommager_
La machine fi glacons doit tot!ioul5 &tre
bmnch_ darts sa propre prise de coulant,
dont la tension nominale
est identique
_'lcelle indiqu6e sin" la plaque signal6tique.
CORDONS PR OL ONGA 7 UPuS
Nous vous recommaaadons
fortement
de ne pas
utiliser de cordons prolongateurs
h cause des
risques potentiels qu'ils prSsentent
dm_s certaJnes
conditions,
Touteflfis
tm cordon
si vous
d(_ddez
prolongateuc
d'uti]iser
tout
il est absolument
de m&me
nOcessaire qu'il s'agisse d'tm cordon irt3 ills axvc
raise irJla terre pour ap.pareils Olectrom&mge_>
homologu_
1_)I. (aux Etats-Unis) ou homologu_
CSA (a u Canada), pot/YVtl d' tnle fiche et d' tllle
prise raises a la terre de 15 ampbres (minim urn)
et de 120 volts.
CONSER VEZ CES DIPur2C77VES
Operating
Instructions
Stainless
7Dnperatu
controls
Steel
IG(/}'igerator
re
7"ke temp('rature
_wntro£
./>,t,!/,.d
a_z"pr_<set i_ thejacto
O, at 37°Fjhr
(..I O°F/i,,
'
24 hou_:L/hr the temperature
the
Allo ,,
to stabilize to the proset re,winmend_,d
setting:s.
Tke temD_,ratur_, (wntro£
a.s wall a.s the actual
com/mrtme_ts.
can di.spk O, both tke SET
temp_,ratur_,
temperatu_*" in the,f!'_<*h,!i,odand,/i,,ez_,r
Tke actual
temp_'rature
may va O, .sl{g'ktly j}'om
the
SET tem/_erature based on usag'_, and o/wrating environment.
Setting" either or both co,tooLs to OFF .st@s cooli_g" in both the,!i'(,('zer
and,f!'osh ji,od compartmena_; but do_<__ot .*hut qff d_'ctrical pow_'r
to th_ rq/}°iff_,rato'_:
N07_:
The r@ifferator is .ship/n,d with p_otective,f!lm _ww,ring the
tem/_erature controL*. (!'this film was not _'moved during installation,
17"1770g)( _ it
To change
the temperature,
the O
,-
press
I? Og_).
and release
(,olde 0
The SEX
light will come on and the display will show the
set temperature.
To change
the temperature,
tap either the O (warmer)
or _) (colder)
pad tmtil the desired temperature
is displayed.
Fresh tood temperatures
can be a(!justed
between
34°F and 44°F and the Deezer
teml)eratures
can be a@usted
-6°F and +6%2
Once
the
the
fl'esh
the
l_erf
oY17_lance
Air Flow
System
display
fl)od
5 seconds.
required.
allow
temperature
temi)erature
actual
after
desired
Each
24 hours
temperature
between
and
for
the
a@lst
refrigerator
have
set,
to the
tenq)eratures
a(!jUStlnents
vou
you
return
fl'eezer
Several
tilne
has been
will
To turn the cooling system off, tap the
O (warlner)
pad ti)r either the fl'esh food
conq)artn/ei_t
or the fl'eezer tmtil the display
shows OFF. To turn the refit back on, press the
(_ (colder) pad ti)r either the fl'esh tood
comparm_ent
or ti'eezer. The SET light will
illmninate
on the side you selected.
Then press
the (_ (colder)
pad again (on the side where
the SET light is illmninated)
and it will go to
the preset points of 0°F for the fl'eezer and
37°F for the fl'esh food compartment.
ill}iV be
controls,
to reach
set.
The Perfiwnmnce
Ai>Flow System is designed
to maximize
temperature
control in the fresh
tood and fl'eezer compartments.
This tmique
special feature consists of the Air Tower along
the top and back walls of the fresh ti)od
compartment
and the Air Tunnel on the
bottom l)ortion of the fl'eezer rear wall.
Placing fl)od in fl'ont of the louvers on these
conq)oi_ents
will not affect i)erfornmnce,
Although
the Air Tower and the Air Tunnel
can be removed,
doing so will affect
teml)erature
l)erti)rlnance.
(For relnowd
ii_structions,
on-line, 94 hours a day, contact
us at ge.coln or call 800.444.1845.
In Canada,
call us at 1.888.880.3030.)
TurboCool""
Stainless
How
it
TurboCool
rapidly cools the
reh'igerator
comparm_ent
in
order to more quickly cool ti_ods.
ZurboCool lJse TurboCool
when adding
a large amount
comi)artment,
Hozo
to use
Once
activated,
immediately
off at high
The
of tood to the reti'igerator
putting
away fi)ods after they
the
have been sitting out at room temperature
or when putting
away warm lettovers.
It can
also be used if the reti'igerator
has been
on
the
refrigerator
without
the
original
power
for an extended
period.
1 Press TurboCool.
The refrigerator
temperature
display will show TC.
2 Atter TurboCool
is complete,
the reti'igerator
con/partn/ent
will i'emrn to the original
setting.
refrigerator
approximately
8 hours,
R_/}'ig'erator
compressor
the
speed
compressor
and
the
and
Steel
rims
as needed
will
will
will
tiw
continue
34°F
or if TurboCool
8 horn's.
cools
(1 °C),
then
this
tmtil
to
it will
setting,
cycle
After
is pressed
compax_ment
on
on and
to rtm
compartment
off to maintain
turn
cycle
again,
will
return
to
setting.
NOTES:
• The _fi'ig'emtor temperature cannot be chang'ed
during" TurboCool.
• TheJi*:ezer temperature is not @clcd
TurboCool.
• 1,17_en@ening" the @ig'emtor
durb:g"
door durb_g"
TurboCool, the rims will contirme
th_9' have O'cled on.
to run !/
(_llStoin(_()()l
j'l
Stainless
//ll_•
CUSTOM
•
•
• SET
H_/i'igerator
/'_'%•
0,5 LBS
•
COOL
Steel
C.RUs/
1,0 LBS
I[ _
2.0 LBS
3.0 LBS
•
]1 e
_IDw_'J
ExpressThaw
PRODUCE l
45 MIN
ExpressChill
•
MEAT
/
SelectTemp d
i-
ExpressThaw
How
it
The
CustomCool
daml)ers
feature
, a tim,
is a system
a temperature
and a heater.
Depending
selected,
a combination
used
to quickly
hold
the
pan
ExpressChill
chill
at a specific
The pan is tightly
tl_ermistor
temperature
flmction
will be
fluctuations
on the
of these
items,
of
thaw
items
to _se
to prevent
ti'om causing
temperature
in the rest of the refrigerator.
temperature.
1 Empty the pan. Place the Chill/Thaw
trav
in the pan. Place the items on the tray and
close the pan completely:
2 Select the ExpressThaw',"
ExpressChill'"
or SelectTemp'"
pad. The display and SET
light will come on. Tap the pad tmtil the light
appears
next to the desired setting. Use the
chart to determine
the best setting to use.
contFols.
NOTE: Forjbod s@0' rea,wa,s; it i,s_,eommended
that /bo& be wrapped in plaslie w_ap when using"
ExpressThaw.
This will he@ eontain meat juiee,_
and improve thawiny," [)e(Jbrmanee,
• To stop a teature beii)re it is finished,
tap that
feature's
pad (mtil no options are selected
and the display
is off.
• During ExpressThaw
and ExpressChill,
the display on the controls will comat down
the time in the cycle.
After
the
the
pan
ExpressThaw
will
reset
to help preserve
are used.
The
displayed
CustomCool
the
SET
operating
10
cycle
to the
thawed
actual
pan
may
temperatm'e
enviromnent,
the pan's
The controls
fl)r this pan are located at the
top of the fresh fired compartment
with the
or
[eillperattlFe
How
sealed
ExpressThaw
TM
is complete,
MEAT
setting
items
tmtil
temperature
(31 °F)
they
of the
vary
slightly
based
on
fl'om
usage
and
ExpressChill
TM
CllStOinCool
F'I
Slainless
()!lstom
Cool
TM
NOTE:
I¢(_ull.s mc9, va U @eliding
on pachaging,
Sled
R¢(J)'ig'eralor
.starting tem/wratu_, and other f!)od trait._.
chart
••
%,-,/•
ExpressThaw
ExpressChill
15 Minutes
0.5 Lb. (4 hours)
• Hambm'ger
Patties
(0.5 lb)
• 1 Beverage
• Individually
Wrapped
Filet Mignon
(0.5 lb)
Breasts
• (h'otmd
Beef (1.0 lb)
• Steak
• (h'otmd
Beef (2.0 lbs)
(2.0 lbs)
3.0 Lbs.
• Wine
Breasts
• Groined
Beef (3.0 lbs)
to r€'nzoTde
To remove:
and
eDlace
1 Pull the drawer
Beans,
(43°F)
i,imes,
Cantahmpe
Cucmnbers,
Peppers,
Squash
Packets
Setting
(35°F)
• Strawberries,
I_.aspberries,
Kiwifl uit, Pears, Cherries,
Blackberries,
Nectarines,
Grapes,
Apples
Plmns,
• Asparagus,
Broccoli,
Corn,
Mushrooms,
Spinach,
Cauliflowei;
Kale, Green
Onion,
Beets, Onions
45 Minutes
(3.0 lbs)
• 2 i,iter
of Bexerage
• 1/2 Galhm
(3.0 lbs)
Howl)
Boxes
(750 ml bottle)
(12 hours)
• Chicken
Pineapple,
Produce
20 oz Bottles
• 3 Foil Juice
Setting
i,emons,
Cans
• 4 to 6 Small Juice
(6-8 oz each)
(2.0 lbs)
• Oranges,
Tomatoes,
Eggplant,
of Beverage
(10 hours)
Breasts
• Steak
• 2 to 6 Beverage
(12 oz each)
• 2 Plastic
• Chicken
• Steak
the drawer
(1.0 lb)
SelectTemp
Citrus
(12 oz)
30 Minutes
(1.0 lb)
2.0 Lbs.
Can
• 2 Slnall,Iuice
Boxes
({;-8 oz each)
1.0 Lb. (6 hours)
• Chicken
%'-,/•
• Gelatin-
Meat Setting (31°F)
• Raw Meat, Fish and Poultry
of Juice
1 package
out to the stop position.
2 I,itt the ti'ont of the drawer
the wire holder.
up and out of
3 I,itt the back of the drawer
up and
out.
To replace:
1 Place
the back of the drawer
in the wire
holder, making
sure the wire holder fits
into the grooves on the back of the pail
2 i,ower the fl'ont
holder.
of the drawer
3 Pull
of the
into the wire
Popwire into groove
the
bottom
until the wire
on the bottoll_
wire
holder
pops
into the groove
of the drawer.
fin'ward
located
11
Water
Filter
Stai*_less
Water filter
cartridge
Tile
water
ill the
the
filter
back
fl'esh
When
cartridge
upper
fi)od
Filter
is located
right
corner
J
the Filter
Tile fiher cartridge
should
the replacement
indicator
if the flow of water
decreases.
be replaced
when
light turns red or
to the dispenser
or icemaker
the Filter Cartridge
Suggested
3 Lining up the arrow on the cartridge
and
the cartridge
holdec place the top of
the new cartridge
up inside the holder.
Do not push it up into the holder.
it to the right
until
the filter
cartridge
stops. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN.
As you turn tile cartridge,
it will automatically
raise itself into position.
Cartridge
will rotate
about 1/4 turn.
5 Run water fl'om the dispenser
(about one and a half gallons)
and prevent
sputtering.
the RESET
_%_TER FILTER pad on the
dispenser
for 3 seconds.
N07_:
A newly-iu,stall(,d water filter
cartriclw m W cause water to spurt
jmm the di,spe_se_:
12
Retail $34.95 USD
Customers in Canada should consult the yellow
pages for the nearest Camco Service Center.
2 Fill the replacement
cartridge
with water
fi'om the tap to allow for better flow fl'om
the dispenser
immediately
atter installation.
hold
You must use the filter bypass plug when
a replacement
filter cartridge
is not available.
The dispenser
and the icemaker
will not
operate
without the filter or filter bypass plug.
GWF
1 If you are replacing
tile cartridge,
first remove the old one by slowly turning it
to the letL Do not pull down (m the cartridge.
A small alnotnlt
of water may drip down.
6 Press and
Filter BypassPlug_
Replacement
Filters:
To order additional
filter cartridges
in
the United States, call GE Parts and
Accessories,
800.626.2002.
Place the top of
the cartridge up
inside the cartridge
holder and slowly
turn it to the right.
system
Plug
of
There is a replacement
indicator
light for the water filter cartridge
on the
dispense_:
This light will turn orange to tell
you that you need to replace the filter soon.
4 Slowly turn
I_/}'ig'e*'ato*"
compartment.
to Replace
Installing
Bypass
Steel
for 3 minutes
to clear the
Shelves and Bins
Slainlcss
Freshjood
compartment
door bins and
freezer
door
tilt-out
bins
Large
larger
and
freezer
fl'esh
To remove:
then
bin
Then
push
Bin will
I,ili
the
fl'ont
up
and
out.
bins
relocate:
in the
in
place.
I,ift
then
fl'ont
the
fl'ont
door.
of the
bin.
bin
straight
of the
Position
the
rectangular
molded
supports
slide
to lock
the
Freshfoodcompartmentdoor bin
bin
bin
down
above
the
on
onto
the
the
door.
support
it in place.
snugger
or sliding
shelf.
side
out.
To replace:
The
back
of the
Bins
To remove:
Then
straight
the
sui)ports
the
bins
a(!justable.
bin
Engage
on
door
are
of the
molded
down
lock
Small
conq)artment
door
or
of the
fl_od
tilt-out
lilt
To replace
up,
I_(/}'ig'e*'alo*"
Bins
The
up,
Slcel
Freezertilt-out bin
helps
prevent
of small
Place
items
a finger
tipping,
stored
on
either
snugger
near the rear and
and torth
to fit wmr needs.
spilling
on
the
side
move
Donot block
door
of the
it back
Topfreezerbin
Slide-out
The
spillproof
shelf
reach
items
edges
are
slide-out
spillproof
stored
designed
dripping
Slide
the
stop,
then
the
shelf
straight
To replace
or
be repositioned
To reposition
down
to the
supports
NOTE:
back
and
stops
and
Make
the
shelf
out
down
spills
fl'om
until
on the
it reaches
tab
and
slide
Presstab andpull shelf
forward to remove
relocate:
can
the
to
special
out.
supports
past
you
The
and
desired
slide
_ii,MISE EN
GARDE : S0yez
prudentsIorsque
vousplacezdes
articlesdanslebac
sup_rieur.Assurezvousqu'aucun
objet nebloque
ou tombedansla
chutea gla%ns.
shelves.
press
the
more.
allows
others.
to hel I) prevent
to lower
To remove:
shelf
behind
_IiCAUIIOR:
Becarefulwhen
placingitems in
the top bin. Make
surethat items
do not blockor fall
into the icechute.
i,ine
slide
the
it into
when
the
the
shelf,
angle
up with
The
shelf
door
is at 90 ° or
slide
the
downward.
position,
into
shelf
place.
line
shelf
Slide
shelf
up with
the
place.
sure you push
the sheh_e,_ all the w( O'
in b@m" you close the doo_:
13
Shelves and Bins
Stainless
This
sheg
shelf
splits
ii)r storage
This
shelf
can
relocated
On
Freezer baskets
like
models,
lowest
and
items
slides
on the
be removed
just
some
in the
in half
of tall
and
Slide-Out
this
shelf
under
shelf
itself
below.
replaced
Spillproof
can
not
or
Shelves.
be
used
position.
To remove,
push the basket all the way to the
back of the f/"eezer. I,itt up until the back pins
are disengaged.
I,itt the entire basket up and
pull out.
N07_:
Make sure you push the bashers all the wcO'
back in b@m, you close the doo_:
Slide-out
freezer shelves
To remove,
slide ()tit to the stop position,
the fl'ont past the stop position,
and slide
lift
(>tit.
NOTE: Make sure you push the sheh_e,sall the w( O'
back in b@m" you close the doo_:
P ixedfreezer
shelves
Door wine/
beverage
rack
To remove,
litt the shelf up at the left side
and then bring the shelf out.
This rack holds
up
or one 2-liter
bottle
The rack
hangs
to 5 cans,
of soda.
one
bottle
of wine
fl'Oln the sides of the dairy bin.
To remove:
1 Empty
the wine/beverage
rack.
2 Holding
the bottom of the daiI T bill lift the
fl'ont straight
up, then lili up and out.
3 To detach the rack fl'om the dairy bill
pull the rack's side wires out of the holes
on each side of the dairy bin.
To replace:
1 Reattach
the rack to the sides of the bin.
2 Engage the back side of the bin in the
molded
sui)ports
on the door. Then push
down on the front of the bin. The bin will
14
lock into
place.
Steel
I_(/}'ig'eralor
Additional
Features
Sial*Hess
The refl'igerator
the ones wm are
opening/closing
close all the way
Steel
IG_/}'igeralor
doo*3 may the] dittbrent
than
used to. The special door
Ieature makes sure the doors
and are secm'elv sealed.
When opening
and closing the door you will
notice a stop position.
If the door is opened
past this stop point, the door will remain open
to allow vou to load and unload fl_od more
easily. When the door is only partially
it will automatically
close.
open,
The resistance
wm _eel at the stop position
will
be reduced
as the door is loaded with fl)od.
Whenthe door is onlypartially open,
it will automaticallyclose.
Beyondthis step the doorwill stay open.
Door
If dooI5
are tmeven,
a(!just the refl'igerator
door.
alignment
1 Using a 7/16" socket wrench, turn the door
a(!justing screw to the right to raise the doo_;
to the lett to lower it. (A nylon plug, imbedded
in the threads of the pill prevents the pin
froln mrlfing tmless a wrench is used.)
2 After one or two turns of the wrench, open
and close the refrigerator
door and check the
alignn_ent
at the top of the doors.
7/16" SocketWrench
Toremovethe base
grille, openthe
doors,removethe
screwat eachend
of the basegrille
andthenpull the
grille straightout.
Raise
15
Crispers
and Pans
Slainle,s,s
Fruit
and
vegetable
crispers
Excess
water
of tile
drawers
Tile
that
may
accmnulate
should
bottom
be wiped
drawer
has
as the
drawer
is opened.
to the
drawer.
As the
will
slide
torward
tile
control
all tile
humidity
to provide
high
hmniditv
most
vegetables.
Slide
the
Tile
duct
control
slides
back
flfll
is closed,
access
the
cover
position.
wav to tile
HI
setting
fl'eezer
tile
all the
way to the
levels
variable
flow
to flow
temperature
fl'om
Set the control
fl'esh meats.
Cris]aer
(_rispers
drawer
and
can
control
to the
coldest
setting
over
If the
door
drawers,
If this
the
stop
does
not
tmtil
the
(h'aweFs
will
door
()/It,
you
offer
need
opens
In
tile pan to
and provide
by pulling
lilting
the
fl'om
try to remove
refl'igerator
to store
tile
drawer
up
location.
prevents
first
O
Tile cold air duct
between
these
be removed
and
air
regulates
Keeper.
out
setting
pan.
Climate
easily
straight
LO
tile
Set tile control to cold to convert
normal refl'igerator
temperature
removal
refl'igerator
out,
refl'igerator
to tile
to be
cases,
you
leli
door
out
the
bins.
clearance,
rolled
enough
soine
taking
tile
enough
LO
recommended
to the
extra vegetable
storage space.
is tin'ned off. Variable settings
extremes
can be selected.
_
fin.
pan has its own cold
of cold air fl'om
the
compartment
air
recommended
hmniditv
convertible
meat
to allow a stream
The
16
bottom
HI
to provide
lower
fl)r most fl uits.
meat pan
that
allows
its original
Slide
Convertible
a cover
drawer
into
I_(/}'ig'eralor
d_ T.
This
kc{iustable
crispers
in tile
Steel
to slide
when
the
torward
you
will
need
to move
or
right
as wm
the
roll
tile
the
roll
it out.
Automatic
Icemaker
Stai_less
Automatic
icemaher
N07_:
A n_'wl? installed _/?_q>rator may/ake
Steel
I_/)'ig'erator
12 to 24 hours to b%d_ makb_g ice.
The icemaker
will produce
seven cubes
per cycle--approximately
100-130
cubes
in a 24-hour period,
depending
on freezer
col//p_lrtI//ent
teInperature,
nulllber
of
door
rooIn
opellillgs
alld
tei//per;itHre,
other
Hse
PowerSwitch
conditions.
If the refl'igerator
is operated
before
connection
is made to the icemaker,
power
switch
the water
set the
r
in the 0 (off) position.
When the refl'igerator
has been connected
to
the water supply, set the power switch to the
I (on) position.
The icemaker
will fill with water
when
it cools
to
PowerLight
FeelerArm
15°F (-10°C).
A newly installed refl'igerator
may
take 12 to 24 hours to begin making ice cubes.
You will hear a buzzing sound
icemaker
fills with water.
Throw
the
awav
water
the
line
tew batches
time the
of ice to allow
to clea_;
Be sure nothing
the teeler
arm.
When
fi_t
each
interferes
with
the
sweep
the bin fills to the level of the teeler
of
arm,
the icemaker
will stop producing
ice. It is
normal for several cubes to be joined
together.
Toaccess ice or reach
the power switch:
If ice is not used frequently,
old ice cubes will
become
doudy, taste stale and shrink.
Special
notes:
" Dispenser
models have a tilt-out ice bin.
The bin can be tilted out as shown in the
illustrations,
and it will hold itself up while
you take ice out or turn the icemaker
power
switch on and off. Be sm'e to put the bin
back in place betore closing the door.
1 Lift the bin, thenpull it forward
until the bin stops.
, To restore your ice level from an empty
bucket stage, the following steps axe
recommended:
1 12 horn's after
fidlen
into
the first batch
the bin, dispense
2 _Mter an additional
3 to 4 cubes again.
6 hours,
of ice has
3 to 4 cubes.
dispense
These steps will restore your ice level in the
sh o rtest am o un t of tim e.
NO_I_:
In ho#u:s with
pres_sure, you
times
may hear
wh_,_ mahi_g"
[owe>tha_>averag'e
the i_ emaher
one batch
o/ ice.
water
O'cle multiple
2 Lowerthe bin to accessiceor
reachthe power switch.
NOTE:Inorderto take full
advantageof the tilt-out icebin,
onlystore items on the shelf below
the icebin that are notaller than
the lowestpoint on the bin.
17
Automatic
Icemakev
Stai_les,sSteel
t_moving
ice bin
& CA UTION: r/._i..I,i.i,_,,..,>,
&MISE EN GARDE : _.vl...
p_;,_ebu*d quat_d & timir e,_tp&in.
Set the power switch to the 0 (off) position
beflwe removing
the bin.
When replacing
the bin, be sure to press it
firmly into place. If it does not go all the way
back, remove it and rotate the drive mechanism
1/4 turn.
Then
push
the bin back again.
1 Lift the bin, then pullit forward
until the bin stops.
18
2 Lift andpull forward againto
removethe bin.
Ref *'i_e*'ato*',
Ice and Water Dispenser
Sial*Hess
Using the
dispenso
Select
CUBED
ICE
Press tile glass gently
dispenser
_, CRUSHED
against
•
[ .
, , orally
other ol{jetts i_to the h e t ru,sher, di_t,ha_Ke, o/)eni_',
the top of the
Tile spill shelf is riot self-draining.
To reduce
water spotting,
the shelf and its grille should
N07_:
I_/}'ig'eralor
& CA UTION:
ICE
cradle.
be cleaned
Steel
& ATTENTION
:
les doig'ls ou d'autn, s ol{jets glans l'olcverture du
distribldeu*:
regularly.
{/no wa#r is di,spensed when the *_fiqg'emtor
is fi_:st instal#d, the*_,ma 3 be air in the water line
,system, 15'ess the dispe_zscr arm /br at #ast 2 minutes
to r_,move t_wpped ah' fi_m_ the water line and to fill
the water system. 7b flush out impurities in the water
lira,, throw aw W theft*st 6 ,glas_k
o/ wa/_*:
Spill Shelf
Other
di@enser
controls
Locking
the Dispenser
Press
T
Quick
tile CONTROl,
Ice
LOCK
When
pad ,_br 3 seconds to lock tile
dispenser
and control panel.
To unlock, press and hold tile
pad again
%r 3 seconds.
48 hours or until you press
pad again.
Light
Tile light also comes oil when
tile dispenser
cradle is pressed.
If this light btlrns osit, it should
hnp orta n t
./itcts about
the dispenso
tile
Door Alarm
This pad turns tile night light
ill the dispenser
oil and off.
be replaced
with a 6 watt
maxim um bulb.
ice ill a hurry,
press this pad to speed up ice
production.
This will increase
ice production
for tile fl/llowing
HOLD3 SECS
Dispenser
you need
To set tile alarm,
press
this pad
until tile indicator
light comes
This alarm will sound if either
Rm I
door
is open
fl/r more
on.
than
3 minutes.
Tile light goes out
and tile beeping
stops when you
close the door.
12V
• Do not add ice fl'oln ti'ax:s or bags to
tile storage drawer. It inay not Clush or
dispense
well.
• To kee I) dispensed
ice flxml Inissing tile glass,
put tile glass close to, but not touching,
tile
dispenser
opening.
• Avoid overfilling
glass with ice and use of
narrow glasses. Backed-up
ice can jam the
chute or cause tile door ill tile chute to
• Solne Clushed ice Inav be dispensed
even
though you selected
CUBED ICE. This
happens
occasionally
when a few cubes
accidentally
get directed
to the ci usher.
fl'eeze shut. If ice is blocking the chute,
poke it through
with a wooden spoon.
• Beverages and foods should not be
quick-chilled
ill the ice storage drawer.
Cans, bottles or tood packages ill the
storage drawer inav cause tile icelnaker
or auger tojaln.
• After Clushed ice is dispensed,
Inay drip fl'oln tile chute.
solne
water
• Sonmtilnes
a slnall mound of snow will flwln
on the door ill the ice chute. This condition
is norlnal and usually occurs when vou have
dispensed
Clushed
will eventually
ice repeatedly.
evaporate.
Tile
snow
19
(;are and (;leaning
Stai_less
Cleaning
the outside
The dispenser
area, beneath
grille, should
drip
tile
be
deposits.
R_j}ige*ator
The stainless steel panels and handles
cleaned with a commercially
available
steel cleaner
wiped dry. _v\]lter
lett in this area
may leave
Steel
tile deposits
by
adding undiluted
vinegar to tile well. Soak
until tile deposits disappear
or become
loose
enough
to rinse away.
The dispenser
cradle. Before
lock tile dispenser
by pressing
such as Stai_dess Steel Magq(:'
Stainless Steel MaKi_ is a_;dlable at Ace, True
Value, Servistar, HWI and other leading
stores.
It is also a_:dlable dlrough
GE Parts and
Accessories,
800.626.2002.
Order part number
WX10X15.
Dispenserdriparea.
Remove
call be
stainless
Do not use appliance
stainless steel.
cleaning,
and holding
wax or polish
on the
tile CONTROL
LO(_K pad %r 24seconds.
Clean with warm water and baking soda
solution--about
a tablespoon
(l 5 ml) of
baking soda to a quart (1 liter) of water.
Rinse thoroughly
and wipe dry.
Cleaning
the inside
To help prevent odors, leave an open box
baking s(>da in tile ti'esh ti)od aim freezer
COU/pa
I'tu/eIl
(>f
Use
ts.
Unplug the refrigerator
If this is not practical,
before cleaning.
wring excess inoismre
of sponge or cloth when cleaning
switches, lights or c(mtrols.
out
around
Use warln water aim baking soda solution-about a tablespoon
(1 5 ml) of baking soda to
a quart (l liter) of water. This both cleans aim
neutralizes
odors.
Rinse aim wipe dry.
cleaning
petroleum
damage
the interior
Avoid
cleaning
because
may
solution
is recommended,
contMn
cause
cold
the extreme
them
carefully.
Bumping
it to shatter.
Chill/Thaw
other
especially
thml
can
of the
refrigerator.
glass
shelves
temperature
to break.
Handle
tempered
glass
refrigerator
tray is dishwasher
that
those
distillates,
Do not wash any plastic
the dishwasher.
The
2O
of any
which
crack
with
that
or
hot
water
difference
glass
shelves
cm_ cause
parts in
safe.
(;are and (;leaning
Stainless
Be careful when moving the refl'igerator
away
fi'om the wall. All types of rio(n" coverings
can be
damaged,
particularly
cushioned
coverings and
those with embossed
sur_hces.
Steel
When pushing the refrigerator
you don't roll over the power
supply line.
Rcj*i_'e*ato*,
back, make sure
cord or icemaJ(er
Pull the refl'igerator
straight out and return it
to position
by pushing
it straight in. Moving the
reti'igerator
in a side direction
may result in
damage
to the floor covedng
or reti'igerator.
For long vacations
or absences,
I'elll()ve
_k)o(l
and unplug the ret]'igerator.
Clean the interior
with a baking soda solution
of one tablespoon
(15 ml) of baking soda to one quart (1 liter)
of water. Leave the doors open.
If the temperature
can drop below _]'eezing,
have a qualified
servicer drain the water supply
system to prevent
serious property
damage
due
to flooding.
Set the icemaker
power switch to the 0 (off)
position
and shut ott the water supply to
the refi'igerato_;
Secure
all loose
items
drawers by taping them
to prevent
damage.
such as shelves
secm'ely
and
in place
Be sure the refrigerator
position
during moving.
stays in am upright
When using a hand truck to move the
reti'igerator,
do not rest the _i'ont or back
of the retiigerator
against the hand truck.
This could damage
the reti'igerator.
Handle
only ti'om the sides of the reti'igerator.
21
Replacing
the i,ight Bulbs
Slainl¢,s,s
Freshjbod
com[gartment--
ul)l)olight
Setting the controls to OFT does
power to the light circuit.
not remove
H_(/}'igeralor
4 After replacing
tile bulb with an appliance
bulb of the same or lower wattage, replace
the light shield and screws (on some models).
1 UnI_lug tile refl'igerator.
When repladng
the light shield, make sm'e
that tile tabs at tile back of tile shield fit into
2 Tile bulbs are located at tile top of tile
compartment,
inside the light shield.
On some models, a screw at tile front of
the light shield
Slcel
the slots at the back of the light shield
5 Plug the refl'igerator
will have to be removed.
housing.
back in.
3 To remove the light shield, press in on the
tabs on the sides of the shield and slide
t0i'wai'd and ()/it.
Fresh jbod
compartment--
lower light
Setting the controls to OFF does
power to the light circuit.
This light is located
1 Unl)lug
above
not remove
the top pml.
tile refl'igerator.
2 Remove
knob
tile convertible
by pulling
meat
straight
3 I,itt the light shield
drawer
control
out.
u I) and pull it out.
4 Alter replacing
tile bulb with an appliance
bulb of tile same or lower wattage,
replace
shield and tile knob.
5 Plug tile refi'igerator
back in.
Setting the controls to OFF does
power to the light circuit.
1 Unplug
tile
not remove
tile refl'igerator.
2 Remove tile shelf just above tile light shield.
(Tile shelf will be easier to remove if it is
emptied
first.) On sore e models, a screw at
tile top of tile light shield will need to be
4 Replace tile bulb with an appliance
bulb of
the same or lower wattage, and reinstall
the
light shield. When reinstalling
the light shield,
make sm'e tile top tabs snap secm'elv into
place. Replace the screw (on some models).
8 Reinstall
back in.
the shelf and plug the
refl'igerator
i'ellloved.
3 To remoxe the light shield,
sides, and lilt up and ()/It.
Dispenser
Setting the controls to OFF does
power to the light circuit.
1 Uni)lug
22
press
in (m tile
not remove
tile refi'igerator.
2 Tile bulb is located on tile dispenser
under
tile control panel. Remove tile light bulb by
turning it counterclockwise.
3 Replace tile bulb with a bulb of tile same
and
watta *e
4 Phm tile refrigerator
back in.
size
The Problem
Solver
S/ainl_,ss
S/_,el H_/)'ig'era/or
Normal
operating
a_d
use _mvor teclzr_olojdy.
SOU_([S
Do you hear what I hear? These sounds are normal.
HUMMM...
WHOOSH...
--
WHIB!
Tile new high eflicienc)
compressor
may run
taster and hmger than your old refrigerator
and you ma) hear a high-l_itched
hum or
I)ulsating, sound while it is operating.
Sometinles
tile refrigerator
lulls
for an
• You may hear
tile rims spinning
at high
speeds. This hal)pens when the refl'igerator
is fiist plugged
ill, when the doors are
opened
fl'equently
or when a large alllO/lnt
extended
period,
especiall)
when tile doors
are opened
frequentl).
This means that tile
Frost Guard" teature is working to prex ent
of fl>od is added to tile reti'igerator
or
freezer coml)artnlents.
Tile rims are helping
to maintain
tile correct temperatures.
freezer
If either door is open fl)r over 3 minutes,
II/aV
hear tile ][_lIIS COIIle
on
ill order
to
burn
and improxe
food preser\ation.
You may hear a whooshing
sound when the
(looi_ close. This is due to pressure
e(lualizing. ,
within tile refrigeratoi:
tile light bulbs.
Tile rims change speeds ill order to provide
optinml cooling and energy savings.
You may hear tile rims iunning
one of tile CustomCool'"settings.
CLICKS,
CRACKS
Y0tl
Ill;f,
hear
crackino_
or
I II)°
) )ing<
so[In(Is
Electronic
dan/pers
click open and closed to
provide optimal cooling and energ} savings.
ma) cause
a clicking
chirping
sound when attempting
(this could take up to 3 minutes).
Tile electronic
control
a clicking sound xdlen
refrigerator
selecting
CHIRPS
when tile refrigerator
is first pluo-o-ed in.
This happens
as tile refrigerator
cools to
tile correct
telni)erattlre.
COlltrol
atter
POPS,
and
Tile compressor
you
cool
or
to restart
Tile flow of refl'igerant
through
tile fl'eezer
cooling coils may make a gurgling
noise like
boiling water.
Water
dropping
tile drain
can
sound
pan.
Closing tile door may cause
due to pressure
equalization.
COI//pollelltS.
heater
or buzzing
A water dripping
noise may occur during tile
defi'ost cycle as ice melts from tile evaporator
and flows into
board ma) cause
lela) s activate to
on tile defl'ost
cause a sizzling, popping
during tile defl'ost cycle.
a gurgling
sound
Expansion
and contraction
of cooling coils
during and aiter defrost can cause a cracking
or popping
sound.
After an icemaking
ice cubes dropping
cycle, you may hear
into tile ice bucket.
tile
23
The
Problem
Solver
Stainless
Questions
Use this
prob#m
?
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE
REFRIGERATOR
DOES NOT OPERATE
* Refrigerator
ma} be in defrost
about 30 minutes.
* Either
SO[_)e_'. !
CAUSE
or both
controls
c}cle when
* The fuse is blown/circuit
the breaker.
* The refrigerator
OR
* A@ust the
breaker
as
does
not operate
showll
mode.
Replace
Unplug
ill the Installation
for
setting.
may not be plugged
into the wall outlet.
is tripped.
is in showroom
rollers
motor
set to OFE Set to a temperature
* If interior
light is not on, refl'igerator
wall outlet. Push the plug completely
VIBRATION
Steel I:_efrifferator,
in at
fuse or reset
it and
I)lug, it back in.
Instructions.
RATTLING
(Slight
vibration
is normal.)
MOTOR
OPERATES
FOR LONG PERIODS
OR CYCLES ON AND
* Normal when refl'igerator
refi'igerator
to completely
O FF FREQUENTLY
* ORen occurs when
This is normal.
(Modern
refrigerators
with more storage space
* Door
and a larger freezer
require more operating
time. They start and
leR open
,b Hot weather
is first plugged
cool down.
large
amom_ts
or package
or flequent
of food
holding
door
in. _'\ait 24 hours
door
in refi'igerator.
open.
openings.
* Temperature
controls set at the coldest
See Temperature
Controls.
are placed
fl>r the
This is normal.
setting.
stop often to maintain
even temperatures,)
FRESH FOOD
OR FREEZER
* Temperature
controls
not set cold
See Temperatm'e
Controls.
COMPARTMENT
TOO WARM
* Warm
weather
* Door
le_t open
* Package
FROST
OR ICE
CRYSTALS
ON
FROZEN FOOD
* Door
or fl'equent
openings.
fin" hmg tim e.
may be hokling
left open
* Too fl'equent
door
enough.
door
or package
open.
holding
or too long door
door
open.
openings.
(Frost within package
is normal.)
DIVIDER BETWEEN
FRESH FOOD
AND FREEZER
* Automatic
enerox_, saver sxstem circulates
warm
front edge of the freezer compartment
to help
from
forming
liquid around
the
prexent
condensation
on the outside.
COMPARTMENTS
FEELS WARM
AUTOMATIC
* Icemaker
ICEMAKER
DOES NOT WORK
* Water supply
power
switch
turned
is in the
0 (off) position.
off or not connected.
* Freezer compartment
too warm.
to completely
cool down.
* Piled up cubes in storage
Level cubes in bin.
See Installation
Allow 24 hours
bin cause
icemaker
Instructions.
flw the refl'igerator
to shut off.
* Ice cubes stuck in icemaker
(green power light on the icemaker
blinking).
Turn off the icemaker,
remove cubes and turn the
icemaker
back on.
24
is
The
Problem
Solver
StaD_less
Questions
Use this
prob#m
solver, t
?
POSSIBLE
PROBLEM
FREQUENT
"BUZZING"
CAUSE
* Icemaker
SOUND
to the
power
switch
refl'igerator
has
HAVE
ODOR/TASTE
* Old
position.
valve.
cubes
need
* Ice storage
bin
* Unsealed
* Interior
OR
HOLLOW
SLOW
in fresh
odor/taste
filter
the
tile
power
I (on)
water
position
supply
switch
will damage
%od
and/or
to ice
cubes.
needs
clogged.
and
washed.
freezer
cleaning.
Replace
the
See
filter
compartments
Care
or use
and
the
may
Cleaning.
filter
bypass
plug.
CUBES
ICE CUBE
FREEZING
* Door
may
have
® Ttlrn
temperature
been
DISPENSER
NOT WORK
or water
* Ice
are
* h'xegular
and
the
do
fl'eezer
I1O1
supply
fl'ozen
dumps
discard
open.
coldeE
eol//paytI//ent
Controls.
* Icemaker
cubes
left
of t]'eezer
See Temperature
CUBE
DOES
btlt
Set
it in the
to be emptied
of reKigerator
* _'_ater
position,
cmmected.
discarded.
needs
packages
I (on)
been
Keeping
to be
be transmitting
SMALL
is in the
not
(off)
to the 0
the water
ICE CUBES
H_i/_'ig'erator
Steel
turned
to the
in tile
remaining
off.
storage
dmnps.
temperature
Turn
icemaker
control
on icemaker
feeler
bin.
Break
The
freezer
colder
arm.
up with
one
or water
Remove
the
fingertip
may
be
too
step
at a time
supply.
cubes.
pressure
warm.
At!just
tmtil
dmnps
_()l'l//.
*' The dispenser
fl)r 3 seconds.
is I_()(_KED.
Press
and
hold
the
CONTROI_
LOCK
pad
* An item is blocking
or has fidlen into the ice chute inside the top
door bin of tile fl'eezer. P,emove any item that might be blocking
or has fidlen into the chute.
WATER
HAS POOR
TASTE/ODOR
WATER
IN FIRST
GLASS
IS WARM
* Water
m_til
dispenser
all water
* Normal
when
refrigerator
* Water
all water
* Water
system
been
system
refl'igerator
has
not
in the
has
cool
dogged.
* _dr may be trapped
at least 2 minutes.
* The dispenser
fl)l" 3 seconds.
* Newly
about
installed
3 minutes
used
has
AHow
ii_r a long
been
water
24
hours
ii)r
the
time.
Dispense
hours
fl)r
water
replenished.
Allow
several
off or not
colmected.
the filter
the
is I,()(_KED.
cartridge.
Press and
Rtm
See the
or use the filter
in the s?_stem. Press
(about
Dispense
to chill.
P,eplace
filter
time.
replenished.
installed.
drained.
supply
flw a hmg
been
down.
been
s_stem
been
water
used
has
is first
* _,lter
stq)ply
line turned
Installation
Instructions.
* _'_ater filter
WATER SPURTING
FROM DISPENSER
not
to completely
dispenser
tmtil
replenished
WATER DISPENSER
DOES NOT WORK
has
in the
the dispenser
hold
water
bypass
arm flw
the CONTR()I,
fl'om
the
plug.
dispenser
I,()CK
pad
flw
1½ gallons).
25
The
Problem
Solver
Stainless
Questions
Use this
prob#m
SO[_)g_'. f
?
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE
WATER IS NOT
DISPENSED
BUT
ICEMAKER
* _'_ter
in reser'_
* Fresh
food
* _'\ater
supply
Steel I:_e,/ri_'erator,
CAUSE
oir
is frozen.
control
Call
setting
is too
for
service.
cold.
Set
to a warmer
setting.
IS WORKING
NO WATER OR
ICE CUBE
PRODUCTION
* Replace
line or shutoffvalve
the filter
* The dispenser
fi)r 3 seconds.
CUBED
ICE WAS
* The
last
SELECTED
BUT
CRUSHED
ICE
WAS DISPENSED
crasher
ORANGE
GLOW
IN FREEZER
* Defrost
REFRIGERATOR
HAS ODOR
* Foods
DOOR
NOT
_as
the
CRUSHED
with strong
needs
open
Press and
l_re_i°us
is on.
cleaning.
ICE
MOISTURE
FORMS
ON OUTSIDE
OF
REFRIGERATOR
should
See Care and
soda
periods
or package
* No power
WATER
FLOOR
* ]ice cubes jammed
ON KITCHEN
OR BOTTOM
* I,ight
left
in the
hokling
air carries
Cleaning.
replace
or fl)lding
humidity.
door
every 3 months.
over. Apply
the reti'igerator.
of high
or to() hmg door
INTERIOR
LIGHT
DOES NOT WORK
were
paraffin
M(we the door
Wipe surihce
dry.
open.
openings.
moisture
into
refi'igerator
when
doors
at Otltlet.
bulb
needs
replacing.
See (;are
in chute.
Poke
and
Cleaning.
ice through
with a wooden
spoon.
OF FREEZER
HOT
AIR FROM
* Normal air flow cooling motor. ]in the refl'igeration
process,
it is
normal that heat be expelled
in the area under the refi'igerator.
Some floor coverings are sensitive and will discolor at these sMb
and normal temperatures.
BOTTOM
OF
REFRIGERATOR
REFRIGERATOR
NEVER SHUTS
OFF
BUT TEMPERATURES
ARE OK
REFRIGERATOR
BEEPING
26
* Adaptive defl'ost keeps compressor
framing
during
door openings.
This is normal. The refl'igerator
will cycle off after the door remains
closed flw two hours.
* Door
pad
wrapped.
in refi'igerator;
* Not unusual
* In hmnid weather,
nre opelled.
cubes
LOCK
is normal.
be tightly
a shelf inside
* Too fl'equent
INSIDE
the CONTROL
a few
This
* A door bin is hitting
bin up one position.
" Door left open
hold
is normal.
box of baking
dm'ing
Call a plumber.
plug.
and
setting,
This
odois
bypass
* Door gasket on hinge side is sticking
wax to the fhce of the gasket.
CLOSING
PROPERLY
MOISTURE
COLLECTS
setting
heater
* ]interior
* Keep
or use the filter
is LOCIZED.
from
is clogged.
is open
and
DOOR
AI,ARM
is on.
The
Problem
Solver
Stainless
Questions
Use this
prob#m
SO[_)gY.
?
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE
CAUSE
FOOD ISN'T
THAWING/CHILLING
* Packaging
insulating
* The
wrong
weight
* Item
with
!
high
fht
rood.
Increase
is selected.
content.
time
Select
Select
ACTUAL
TEMPERATURE
NOT EQUAL TO
SET TEMPERATURE
* Unit just
* Door
NOT
WORKING
DOORS ARE
NOT ALIGNED
open
a larger
I:_¢jrifferator,
re-package
Allow 24 hours
to refi'igerator.
cycle is in process.
Allow
in plastic.
weight.
weight.
on
tray
and
allow
in. Allow 24 horn's fin" the system
fin" too long.
* _'Vu'm fl)od added
to stabilize.
* Defl'ost
SELECTTEMP
FEATURE IS
plugged
or
a larger
* Not using
Chill/Thaw
tray. Place items
between
items
fin" better
air flow.
Steel
in
to stabilize.
fl>r the system
24 hours
space
to stabilize.
for the system
Allow 24 horn's fin" the system to stabilize.
* Fresh food coml_artment
temperature
control
is set at the warmest
setting. This is normal.
In order to minimize
energy usage, the
SEI,ECTTEMP
feature is disabled when the fl'esh rood compartment
temperature
control is set at the warmest setting.
* Unlevel floor. Ac!iust rollers then align doors by ac!iusting
fl_od compartment
hinge. See Installation
Instructions.
the fl'esh
27
Performance Data Sheet
GESmartWater Filtration System
GWF Cartridge
Health Claim Performance Certified by NSF/ANSI*
¢100%safety factors built in for unmetered usage)
Staaadm'd No. 42: Aesthetic
Paxmneter
USEPA
MCL
Influent
Effluent
Challenge
Chlorine
1.9 ppm
T & O
-
Palliculate**
-
Turbidity
Cysts
Average
(/.(/2 ppm
0.05 ppm
98.90%
(`)7.37%
-
-
7,800
(.)8.00%
(.)6.10%
Maximum
Average
0.1 NTU
99.71%
99.59%
.D.D
99.97%
99.95%
1 ppb
99.37%
99.37%
98.80%
97.13%
91.93%
91.93%
64.28%
No. 53: Health
Effects
Challenge
Influent
Average
1 NTU***
24.3 NTU
0.07 NTU
105,750
26
Reduction
Effluent
Lead at pH 6.5
15 ppb
160131313
Lead at pH 8.5
15 ppb
150131313
Lindane
Ma_ximum
USEPA
MCL
99.95%
1 ppb
1.8 I)I3/3
0.00062 ppm
0.0002 ppm
% Reduction
Minimum
Average
3,978
200,000
Standard
Paxmneter
Effects
0.00005
ppm
% Reduction
4.3 ppb
0.00005
ppm
_lJnl
Atrazine
0.003 ppm
0.0084 ppm
0.002 ppm
0.003 ppm
76.19%
2,4-D
0.1 O0 ppm
0.272 ppm
0.042 ppm
0.090 ppm
84.89%
67.63%
99%
690 MFI,/ml
0.32 MFI,/ml
1.2 MFI,/ml
99.95%
99.82%
_sbestos
Testedusing a flow rate of 0,5 gpm (1,8927I/m); pressure of 120psig (8,437kg/em 9; pH of Z 5±0,5;temp, of 68°+_4,5
° F (20°+_2,5
° C)
** Measurement in particles/ml
**_ NTU= Nephelometric Units
Operating
Specifications
, Capacity: certified fin" up to 500 galhms (1893 liter); up to one year
, Pressure requirement:
40-120 psi (2.8-8.2 bar), non-shock
, Temperature:
33°-100 ° F (0.(;0-38 ° (2)
" Flow rate: 0.5 gpm (1.9 lpm)
General Installation/Operation/Maintenance
Requirements
* Flush new cartridge at hdl flow fin" 3 minutes to pm'ge ()tit trapped
, Replace cartridge when flow becomes too slow.
air.
Special Notices
, Installation instructions; parts and service a_;filability; and standard warranty are included with the product when shipped.
* This drinking water system must be maintained according to mamflhcturer's
instructions, including replacement
of
filter cartridges.
, Do not use with water that is microbiologically
tmsafe or of unknown quality without adequate disinfection beflwe or
after the system. S_:stems certified fin" cyst ieduction may be used on disinfected water that may contain filterable cysts.
* The contaminants or other substances removed or reduced by this water treatment system are not necessarily in your ware*:
,
Check fin" compliance
with the state and local laws and regulations.
System T_ sted and C( rtified by NSF International
Standard 42 & 53 tot tile reduction ot_
against
ANSIiNSF
Stan(Lard No. 42: Aesflletic Effects
Standard
Chemical [nit
Taste and Odor Reduction
(]hlorine Reduction, Class I
Chemical
Reduction
Unit
Lead and Atrazine
Reduction
Lindane
and 2,4-I) Reduction
Mechanical Filtrlltion [nit
Particulate Reduction, Class I
Mechanical
Tmbiditv
No.
53: Health
Fihration
Re(luction
Cyst and Asbestos
Manufi_ctured
28
for:
General
Electric
Company,
Ix)uisville,
Effects
I hilt
Reduction
KY 40225
State of California
Department
of Health Services
Water Treatment Device
Certificate Number
00-1434
Date Issued:
May 30, 2000
Date Revised: Februm'y 9, 2001
Trademark/Model
Designation
.......................................
Replacement
Elements
Organic Contaminants
Atrazine
Lindane
2,4-D
Rated Service Capacity:
300 gallons*
Rated Service Flow:
Do not use where water is mierobiologieally
unsat_z or with water of unknown
claiming cyst reduction may be used on water containing cysts.
* 500 gallons for models that include a replacement
filter indicator light.
0.5 gpm
quality, except that systems
For Purchases
Made In Iowa: This form must be signed and dated bx the buyer and seller prior
this sale. This fiwm should be retained
on file by the seller tot a minim um of two years.
BUYER:
SELLER:
Name
Name
Address
Address
Cilv
Signature
State
Zip
City
Date
Signature
State
to the consummation
of
Zip
Date
29
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or at yore" convenience
(7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. weekdays,
9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Saturdays).
Our/hctorv-trained
technicians
know your appliance
inside and out--so
most repairs can be handled
in just one visit.
Canada:
1.888.880.3030
For Customers
GE otters Braille controls for a _;u'iety of GE appliances,
and a
broclmre
to assist in planning
a barrie>fi'ee
kitchen for persons
with limited mobilit>
With Special
Needs...
Consumers
with impaired
hearing or speech who have access to a
TDD or a conventional
teletypewriter
may call 800.TDD.GEAC
(800.833.4322)
to request intormation
or se_Mce.
In the USA:
800.626.2000
SE_ION
Service
In
the
Contracts"
USA:
800. 626. 2224
In
_A
You can have the secure tbeling that GE Consumer
Service will still be there after your
warranty
expires. Purchase
a GE contract
while yore" warranty is still in eLtbct and you'll
receive a substantial
discount.
With a multiple-year
contract,
you're assm'ed of future
service at today's prices.
Canada:
1.888.880..3030
Parts
and
Accessories
In the USA:
800.626.2002
In Canada:
1.888.880.3030
Individuals
qualified
to service their own appliances
can have parts or accessories
sent directly
to their home. The GE parts system provides access to over 47,000 parts...and
all GE Genuine
Renewal Parts are fully warranted.
VISA, MasterCard
and Discover cards are accepted.
User maintenance
instructions
contained
in this manual cover procedures
intended
to be
performed
by any user. Other servicing
generally
should be referred
to qualified
service
personnel.
Caution must be exercised,
since improper
servicing may cause tmsafe operation.
31
Warranty
Stainless
YOUR
MONOGRAM
REFRIGERATOR
Steel
I:_¢jriffera/or,
WARRANTY
Staple sales slip or cancelled
check here, Proof of original
date is needed to obtain service under warranty.
WHATIS
LIMITED
COFI_RED
For m'o _ears, fix)m dale of original
home lo repair or ret)la(e aE)Dart
From the Date
of the Original
Purchase
TWO-YEAR
LIMITED
purchase
WARRANTY
FIVE-YEAR
pm'cl_ase, _e will proxfd(,
fi:ce of charge,
paris and service labor
(!j'lhe r(Ji'ig'_rator lllal tails because
of a mamdh(mring
det_x t.
in _our
WARRANTY
For five years I]"om date of original pro:chase,
we will provide,
l]'ee of charge,
parts and s_ _wice labor
in yore: hom_ to repair or replare
any part o/the sea&d r@_rating
s3stem (d_e compressor,
condenser
evaporator
aml all c(mnecting
tubing)
that thils because
of a mamllhctm:ing
delcct.
LIMITED
THIRTY-DAY
WARRANTY
ON WATER
FILTER
CARTRIDGE
From d_e date of d_e origim'd imrcha, e we v, ill pro _de, Me oI charge,
_val_,r.fi{t_,rcarlridg'(, fllal thils because ofa Illa}ltl_t(
llll?il/g
defe( 1. During
will also provide,
fi'_ oI charge,
a rel)lacemem
water tiher carlridge.
(Water
repla(emem
Ibis limiled
filter,
if included)
parts tk)r any part 9/tlu
dlirl}-da}
_aFl?allI?',
we
Tiffs warrmm
is exlemled
to the original
lmrchas_ r aml an} succeeding
owmr tot producls
tmrchased
for
ordim_r_, home use in die 48 mainland
stales, I lawaii, V_ashinglon,
I).C. or Cam_da. If lhe l)roducl
is Iocaled
in an area where smwi( e I)_ a (;E Amhorized
Servicer is m)i available, ?on ma? be responsible
tot a Irip
charge or }on ma} I)( re(luir( d Io bring die 1)roduct to an Amhorized
(;E Service location
for servic( . In
Alaska d_e warrant} is d_e same excep_ illal i| is 1AMITED because
_ou, musl pa} to ship die l)roduc_ lo ille
S( 17Vi(
e
sho I)
O17
fOl?
Ill(
serxq(
e
|ectlllicial/'S
[1Faxel
(()sis
All warram_
s( rvice will be i)ro_q(led l)} o/tiT FacloQ
s(rxicers
dm:ing l/Orl/lal x_orl<ing llo/ll?S.
Should xour al)l)liam:_
(]am/da: 888.880.o0o0.
WHAT
IS NOT
COVERED
* Service trips to your
to use the product.
* Replacement
breakers.
home
to teach
fuses
you how
or resetting
caused
of circuit
by accident,
* Failure of the product
if it is used for other
its intended
purpose
or used commercially.
* Damage
* Improper
caused
after
i_tstallatlon,
fire,
thm_
delivery.
delivery
or maintenance.
If you have an installation
problem,
contact
your
dealer or installer.
Yon are responsible
for
providing
adequate
electrical,
plumbing
and
other cmmecting
facilities.
this Limited
a particular
VOtlr
Serxdce
llOlIle.
Centers
or I:)_,our amhorized
C/tglOl/lel7
(]Ftl?e¢_)
mx'd s( trice, during
warranl} period or b( yond, in Ihe USA call 800.444.1845.
In
Please have xom: serial mmd)_ r and model mtml)er
available when calling ti)r se_5'ice.
of house
* Damage
to the product
floods
or acts of God.
|o
* Replacement
of the light bulbs, if included, or
water filter cartridge, if included, other thm_ as
noted above.
* Replacement
of the water filter cartridge, if
inchuled, due to water pressure that is outside the
specified operating range or due to excessive
sediment in the water supply.
* Loss of food due to spoilage (in the USA only).
* Incidental or consequential
damage caused by
possible defects with this appliance.
* Product not accessible to provide required service.
WmT*anty. Any implied warranties; including the implied wmT*anties of metvhantability
purpose, are limited to one year or the shortest period allowed by law.
or fitness for
Some states!provinces
do not allow the exclusion
or limitation
of incidemal
or consequemial
damages,
so the al)o_e limitation
or exch_sion mm m)t apply to you. This Wal;1;alll}
gives you specific legal rights, and
you may also ha_e other rights _bich var} li'om state to state!t)rovince
to province.
To know what your legal
rights ar_ in your stage!province,
consult yore: h)cal or state!l)ro_incial
consmner
al/hirs otlice or yore: state's
Attorm v (;eneral.
197D3359PO04
49-60449
Warrantor
in USA: General Electric
Company,
Louisville,
KY 40225
Warrantor
in Cm_ada:
Camco
Inc.
GE Consumer
& Industrial
11-05 JR
Appliunces
Generol Electric Compun9
Louisville, KY 40225
Printed in the United States
ge.com

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