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Monogram
Owner's
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Manual
Free-Standing
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Stainless Steel
Refrigerator
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Your new Monogram
refl'igerator
makes an eloquent
statement
of style, convenience
and kitchen
planning
flexibility. Whether
wm chose it fl_r its pm'it_ of design, practical
storage arrangements
or assiduous
attention
to detail--or
flw all of these reasons--you'll
find that your Monogram
refl'igerator's
superior
blend of twin and/traction
will delight you flw years to come.
The information
properly.
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Contents
Consmner
Perfiwmance
Problem
Numbers
Numbel_
Data
Solver
State
of Califlwnia
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Treatment
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Device
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refl'igerator
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Additional
Features
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14
27
CrispeI_
and
Custom(;ool
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15
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Ice and
Water
Shelves
and
Temperature
Water and
Pans
9, 10
Dispense_ ...................
Bins
18
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Controls
FreshSaver
13
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Filters
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8
11
Cover
and
]nside
Replacement
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19
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refrigerator
Instructions
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to your
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ill any
concerning
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or
ret/"igerator.
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@igerator
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& money
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appliance.
Explain why you are not pleased.
help.
if you are still not pleased,
details--including
problems
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appliance.
Explain wily you are not pleased.
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most cases, this will solve tile problem.
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IMPORTANT
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
READ AND SA VF THESE INS TR UC 770NS
located
WARNINGmwhe,/.siHg
Keep fingers out of the "pinch point" areas:
clearances
between
the doors and between
installed
Do not allow children to climb, stand or hang
on the shelves in the refrigerator.
They could
damage
the reti'igerator
and seriously ilkjure
themselves.
Do not touch
the cold surfaces
in the freezer
compartment
when hands axe damp or wet.
Skin may adhere to these extrem ely cold
stu'_hces.
* Do not store or use gasoline or other
flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity
of tiffs or any other appliance.
, In refrigerators
with automatic
icemakers,
avoid contact with moving pa*_s of the ejector
mechanism,
or with the heating
element
DANGEtL"
t SK
of the icemaker.
Do not place fingel_ or hands on the
automatic
icemaking
mechanism
while
the refi'igerator
is plugged
in.
this appliance,
always exercise basic satbty
precautions,
including
the fl_llowing:
* Use this appliance
only for its intended
purpose
as described
ill this Owner's
Manual.
, This refrigerator
must be properly
in accordance
with the Installation
Instructions
before it is used.
on the bottom
the doors and cabinet are necessarily
small.
Be careful closing doors when children
are
in the area.
Unplug your refrigerator
before cleaning
and making repairs.
NOTE: We strongly
recommend
that any servicing be perflwmed
by a qualified
individual.
" Before replacing
a burned-out
light bulb,
the refl'igerator
should be unplugged
in
order to avoid contact with a live wire
filament.
(A burned-out
light bulb may break
when being replaced.)
NOTE: Turning
control to OFF does not remove power to
the light circuit.
* Do not refreeze
thawed
frozen
foods
which have
completely.
, Always clean the CuslomCooU
thawing food.
MTray after
OF CHILD I 2NTRAPMI 2NT
Child entrapment
and suffocation
are not
problems
of the past.,]unked
or abandoned
refl'igerators
are still dangerous...even
if they
will sit tbr 'ijust a few clays." If you are getting
rid of your (lid refl'igeratot;
})lease fl)llow the
instructions
below to help prevent
accidents.
Before You Throw
or Freezer:
Away Your Old Refrigerator
" Take off the doors.
" Leave the shelves in place so that children
may not easily climb inside.
CFC DISPOSAL
Yore" old
svsteln
CFCs
refl'igerator
that
are
used
believed
may
CFCs
have
a cooling
(chlorofluorocarbons).
to harm
stratospheric
ozone.
If wm
are
make
sure
proper
throwing
the
disposal
intentionally
can
under
away
CFC
your
refl'igerant
release
provisions
to fines
this
servicer.
CFC
and
refl'igeratm;
is removed
bv a qualified
be subject
old
refl'igerant
for
If wm
you
imprisomnent
of enviromnental
legislation.
LIP £ ET CONSERVER
CES INSTRUCTIONS
AVERTISSEMENT
Lorsque
vous utilisez
toujom_
certaines
notamment
:
" N'utilisez
pr6vu,
le r_fl'ig_rateur,
precautions
le r&frig6rateur
comme
:
observez
de base,
que pour
sou usage
dOcfit darts le pr0sent
" Installez le r6frig6rateur
directives
d'installation
manuel.
conform6ment
attx
avant de l'utiliser,
, Ne laissez pas les enfants grimper,
s'asseoir,
se tenir debout ni se pendre
attx clayettes du
r6frig6rateur,
r_fl'ig&'ateur
I}s pourraient
endommager
et se b}esser gravem ent.
le
* Une fois le r6frig6rateur
en marche,
ne
touchez pas les surfaces
froides du
cong61ateur, surtout si vous avez les mains
humides
ou mouill6es
: la peau risque
d'adh_rer
5 ces surfilces tr&s fl'oides.
" N'entreposez
et n'ufilisez
pas d'essence
ou
autres vapeurs
et liquldes inflammables
proximit6
de cet appaaceil ou de tout autre
appareil
61ectrom6nager.
, Pour les r6frig6rateurs
dot6s d'une machine
glagons automatique,
&'itez le contact avec
les pi_ces mobiles du m_canisme
_jectem.
, _]oignez
les doigts des parties du
r6frig6rateur
off l'on peut fat_ement
pincer : }es espaces entre les pmqtes et
les portes et }es p}acards sont
[o/.l}O[llN
So}vz prudent lorsque _us fbm_ez }es
de }'apparei} en pr0sence des enfimts.
se
entre
0troits.
po_es
, D6branchez
votre r6frig6rateur
avant
de le nettoyer
et de le r6parer,
REMARQUE
: Nous vous recommandons
vivement
de courier toute r_paration
5 tm
technicien
qualifiO.
, Avaaat de remplacer
une ampoule
grill6e,
}e r_fl'ig_rateur
doit Otre d_branch_
afin
d'0viter tout contact avec tm fi} sous tension.
(Une ampou}e gri}}_e peut se briser pendant
l'op&'ation).
REMARQUE
: Lorsque vous
placez }a commande
sur <<0,, (6teint),
}'alimentation
61ectrique
de }'ampou}e
n'est })as coup<4e.
" Ne faites PAS recougeler
des aliments
surgel6s qui out complbtement
d6gel&
, Nettoyez
toujours le contenant
apr6s avoir d6gel6 les aliments.
CusfomCool
ou avec }'_}_ment chauflhnt
situ_ ;_ }a pattie
inflq'ieure
de }a machine
a glacons.
Ne posez
pas }es doigts ou }es mains sur }e mOcanisme
de }a machine
r_fi'ig_ratem"
DANGER..
fi glacons pendant
est branch,.
que le
PUSQUES POUR IJ 2S ENFANTS
Les enfimts pris au pi_ge ou morts d'asphyxie
sont toujours
d'actua}it6,
I,es appareils
de
r6ffig6ration
abandon6s
sont toujours
aussi
dangereux,
mOme si on n'attend
que "quelque
join's" pour s'en dObarasser.
Si wins ne gardez
pas votre ancien apparei}, veuiHez suivre les
directives
ci-dessous afin de prOvenir les
accidents.
SE DEBAPJ{4SSER
nocits
de vous
appareil
d6barasser
de votre
de r6frig6ration
" Dgm_ontez
" Laissez
}es portes.
}es c}ayettes
les enfimts
vieux
:
de grimper
en
place
afin
d'emp_cher
5 l'int_riem'.
D U CFC
Votre ancien rOfl'igOrateur
sx_st_me de reti'oidissement
CFC (ch}orofluorocarbones).
jug's
Avaaat
pour
}'ozone
peut avoir tm
qui a uti}is6 }es
i,es CFCs sont
stratosph&'ique.
Si vous d_barrassez
de w_tre vie} apparei} de
rOfl'ig_ration,
assurez-vous
que }e fl'igorigOne
avec CFC soit en}evO correctement
par un
tec}micien
qua}iriS. Si vous }ib_rez
intentionne}}ement
ce frigog_)ne avec CFC
V()/IZ
[)()/IVeZ
etre
so/ulliS
a fix
et 5 }'emprisonnement
apr_s
des }ois sur }'enviromnent.
contYaventions
}es stipu}ations
TM
IMPORTANT
HOW
TO CONNECT
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
EI 2CTPdCITY
Do not, under any circmnstaJaees,
cut or
remove the third (ground)
prong from the
power cord. For personal
safety, this appliance
must be properly
grounded,
This provides tile best perflmnance
and also
prevents
overloading
house wiring circuits
which could cause a fire hazard fl'om
overheated
wires.
Tile power cord of this appliance
is equipped
with a 3-prong (grounding)
plug which mates
with a standard
3-prong
(grounding)
wall
outlet to minimize
the possibility of electric
shock hazard fl'om this appliance.
Never unplug your refl'igerator
by pulling on
the power cord. Always grip plug firmly and
pull straight
out fl'om the outlet.
Have
tile
wall
outlet
and
a qualified
electrician
is properly
grounded.
circuit
checked
to make
sure
tile
bv
outlet
Where a standard
2-prong wall outlet is
encountered,
it is your personal
_esponsibility
and obligation
to have it replaced
with a
properly grounded
3-prong wall outlet.
Repair or replace immediately
all power cords
that have become
fi'aved or otherwise
damaged.
Do not use a cord that shows cracks
or abrasion
damage along its length or at
either end.
When
moving
wall,
be
tile
carehd
not
refl'igerator
away
to roll
()vet" or damage
fl'om
tile
tile
power
cord.
Because of potential
safety hazards
under
certain conditions,
we strongly recommend
against the use of an adapter
plug.
If tile
adapter
HoweveL if you must use an adapteL where
local codes permit,
a temporary
connection
mav be made to a proped v grounded
2-prong
wall outlet by use of a UIAisted
adapter
available at most local hardware
stores.
Attaching
tile adapter
ground
terminal
to
a wall outlet cover screw does not ground
tile
appliance
unless the cover screw is metal, and
not insulated,
and tile wall outlet is grounded
through
tile house wiring. YOu should have the
circuit checked
bv a qualified
electrician
to
make sure tile outlet is properly
grounded.
Tile refl'igerator
should alwa_s be plugged
into
its own individual
electrical
outlet which has
a voltage
rating
that
matches
the rating
plate.
Tile larger slot ill tile adapter
must be
aligned with the larger slot ill the wall outlet
to pro\ ide proper
polarity in tile connection
of tile power cord.
When disconnecting
tile power cord fl'om tile
adaptex; always hold tile adapter
in place with
one hand while pulling tile power cord plug
with the other band. If this is not done, the
adapter
ground
terminal
is very likely to break
with repeated
use.
USE OF EXT?2NSION
DO
NOT
ground
ground
USE
has
tile
been
Use of an adapter
clearance
needed
terminal
appliance
breaks,
until
a proper
established.
plug will increase
tile
for the back of the
appliance.
CORDS
Because of potential
safety hazards
under
certain conditions,
we strongly recommend
against the use of an extension
cord.
HoweveI; if VOtl IlltlSt
rise
an
extellsion
cord,
it is absolutely
necessary that it be a UIAisted,
3-wire grounding
tvpe appliance
extension
cord having a grounding
type plug and outlet
and that tile electrical
rating of tile cord be
15 amperes
(ininimum)
and 120 volts.
SAVE THESE INSTR UC770NS
p
RA CCORDEMENT
ELECTPdQUE
Ne coupez
ni retirez
en aucun
cas la troisibme
broche
(mise fi la terre)
de la fiche
du cordon
garantir
d'alimentation.
cet
tree
fl la terre.
r(_sidence,
ce qui
d'incendie
par
appareil
Pour
doit
I,e cordon
muni
d'une
qui
6tre
votre
s6curit6,
correctement
mis
d'alimentation
de cet appareil
est
fiche a 3 broches
(raise a la terre)
se branche
darts
tree
prise
mm'al
ordinaire
a 3 alv(u_les
(raise a la terre)
pour
r(_duire
minim
mn les risques
du chocs
(dectriques.
Faites
examiner
la prise
par
tm (qectricien
que
la prise
de
qualifi(_
courant
pore"
est correctement
Si la prise
2 alv&)les,
tam'ale
il vous
remplacer
correctement
par
raise
pr(_caution
est recommand(_e
tm rendement
sm'charge
des
circuits
du
assurer
R(_parez
a la terre.
pas
d(_cidez
fiche
d'adapmtion,
tm cordon
a
efl'ecmer
codes
un
raccordement
locaux
cotlrallt
terre
en
utilisant
homologu_e
des
dans
1' eIl
de
fiche
fi la
d'adaptation
en vente
dans
Sinon,
align(_e
tam'ale
pore"
avec
la fente
afin
d'assm'er
de la fiche
la plus
i,o_que
vous
appropri(_e
soit
d'alimentafion.
d'adaptation,
de
non
prise
pas
qualifiO
est ad&luatement
casse,
qu'une
raise
de
a la terre
I1 flint
et que
par
po/Ir
la vis soit
du
le circuit
vo/IS ass/irer
raise
en
de courant
l'entremise
v(_rifier
de
la nlise
que
la prise
de la
la prise
autonlatiquenlent
p[IS
Faites
de la
le temps.
0t0 r(_tablie.
de raise
l'appareil.
isol_e,
avec
de la fiche
fi la plaque
fi la terre
de r(_sidence.
saisissez
sur
a la terre
rant
n'am'a
la borne
II'[ISS/II'e
(dectricien
fi la terre
ad(_quate
de fixer
raise
ram;
fouler
de ne pas
de casser
l'appareil
d'adaptation
m(_tal,
du
la thire
de raise
risque
PAS
fi la terre
le cordon
de la fiche
tot!jom's
la fiche
tirez sin" la fiche
_tre
de la prise
du cordon
d(d)ranchez
d'alimentation
hmgue
la polarit(_
le branchement
doit
des
() cause d¢,_ risqm,,_ potenliel, s
de raise
fi la terre
CO/lI'[lllt
longue
tout
pr(_sentant
afin
la borne
N'UTILISEZ
fiche
la plus
la retirer
r.
d'adaptafion
I,e tait
la plupart
quincailleries.
I,a timm
le
N'utilisez
l'appareil
ne pas
d'alimentation
Si la borne
de
ou
d(_placez
doinil/age
fiche
prise
raise
pore"
endommag&
fendill(_
vous
l'autre.
si les
tree
ad&luatement
tree
UI,,
de
pouvez
temporaire,
le permettent,
_'12 alv&)les
tout
droit
imm(_diatement
ou
attention
le cordon
vous
en tirant
refinement
d' usm'e.
i,orsque
taites
d' utiliser
la
risque
ills.
l'appareil
Saisissez
remplacez
efliloch(_
signes
prise a 3 alv(_oles
a la terre.
si vous
tree
de
un
des
et tirez
A))us vou,s recommandon,L]brtement
de ne pas utiliscr une fiche d'adaptation
qu 'die pre,_enl¢ dan,_ certaines chvonstances.
m6me
cr(_er
surschaufl'e
cordon
ou
cordon
I,a machine
a glaqons &fit totl jours &tre branch_
dans sa propre prise de courant,
dont la tension
nominale
est identique
fi celle indiqu(_e sur la
plaque signal(_tique.
Touteflfis,
et (_viter
(dectriques
pourrait
Ne d(d)ranchezjamais
cordon
d'alimentation.
la fiche
pour
optimmn
de la prise.
et le circuit
vous
est du type standard
incombe
de la fifire
tree
raise
au
Cette
cfiblage
par
tm
que
la
fi la terre.
d'tme
main pendant
que wins
du cordon
d'alimentafion
de
CORDONS PROLONGATT2UPuS
Nous
VO/IS
_'orteiileilt
I'eCOIIlIn[lIldOIlS
utfliser
de cordons
proh)ngatem's
risques
certaines
potentiels
qu'ils
conditions.
Toutefl)is
si vous
de m_me
tm cordon
absolmn
ent
d(_cidez
n(_cessaire
pr(_sentent
d'utiliser
prolongatem;
qu'il
s'agisse
de
fi cause
dans
tout
il est
ile pas
des
cordon fi 3 ills avec raise fi la terre pore"
appareils
(dectrom(_nagers
homologu(_
UI,
(a ux Etats-Unis)
ou homologu_
CSA (a u
Canada),
pomwu (Ftme fiche et d'une prise
raises fi la terre de 15 amp()res (minimmn)
et de 120 volts.
d'tm
CONSER VEZ CES DIt 2 CT/I/ES
Operating
Instructions
5"tai_d_ss
5't_el
H@'ig'erator
7 mperature
controls
.............
.......
..........................
The t(,mp(,ratur,_ co_mz)£ mz, p_z_(_ti,_ tM f!zcto U at 37°Ff!)r the f!>_hji)od compart'me_t
and O°F /i_r the /iz,(,z_,rcom/,artm_,_t. Allow 24 hom:Lf!_r the temp_,ratuw to stabilize to the
p'r(<_etr(_comm_,_dedsettinK_.
77_e tem/,_,ratu_z, contro£ _can display both the SET tem/,_,ratur_, as wall a.s the actual
tem/,_,ratur(, in the,/)(_h,/bod and,f!_,(,z_,r com/,artm_,,_ts. The a_tual temp_,ratur(, mcO, va U
.4igl_tlyjiom the SET temp_ratu_z_ based on u._ag_(_
and op_,rating _nvironm_,_t.
Setting eitMr or both contro£ to OFF stop.s coolb_ in both the f!(,(,zer a,_d /i(,sh fred
com/,avt'm(,_t._; but does not .shut qff el(,chJcal powder to the r@ig_,rato'_:
NOTE:
The _J_it4(,mtor z.sshipped with p_;t_,ctive film (v;v_,ring the temp(,ratur(_ contm£.
(!thi.Lfilm was not r(_mow,d during installation, wmove it now.
To chmage
the temperature,
_._ARMER
or COI,DER
come
on and
temperature.
either
Tile
the
fl'eezer
between
and
fl'eezer
a(!jusunents
System
teattlI'e
and
to reach
_d>[qow
back
System
compartments.
consists
walls
tile _Mr Tmmel
fl'eezer
rear
louvers
on these
wall.
Placing
fl_od
points
fi)od
COI,DER
pad
or fl'eezet:
on the side
pad
is illuminated)
again
or the
To turn
t0r
The
you selected.
(on
and
of 0°F fiw tile fl'eezer
the
the
either
SET
Then
side where
it will go to the
and
37°F
tot
compartment.
fl'esh
is designed
along
bottom
COI,DER
SET light
tile fl'esh
have
in tile fl'esh
tood
the
OFF.
tot tile
mfique
components
the
set, the
you
This
on tile
press
shows
compartment
X_;M_MER
Each
ot tile _di" Tower
_ff tile ti'esh
and
be
24 hom_
control
tbod
will ilhmfinate
tap the
comi)artmei_t
5 seconds.
the temperature
temperature
fl'eezer
after
allow
the fl'esh
the
off,
fl)od
tile display
on, press
preset
may be required.
controls,
PerIommnce
34°F
until
system
the fl'esh
refit back
light
to tile actual
temperatm'es
you at!just
tile
tood
has been
will return
the cooling
fi)r either
fl'eezer
tmfil
can
To turn
pad
+6°F.
temperature
display
tile
will
tap
between
temperatures
-6°F and
tile desired
Air How
be a(!j usted
can
and
maximize
and
the teinperature,
pad
retiigemtor
I¥lZ gl fl ("g
To change
release
the set
Fresh
Several
I_ (?t'/o
will show
or COI,DER
temperature
time
tile display
is displayed.
a(!iusted
fi)od
SET light
temperatm'e
temperatures
Once
and
Tile
tile _;_RMER
desired
44°F
press
pad.
m
fi)od
special
tile
top
compartment
portion
in fl'ont
will not
set.
of tile
oI tile
affect
and
petti)mmnce.
Mthough
tile Mr Tower and the
_dr Tmmel can be rein oved, doing so will affect
temperature
pe_ti)rmance.
(For removal
instructions,
ondine, 24 horn's a da> contact us
at w_:monogram.com
or call 800.444.1845.
In Canada, call us at 1.888.880.3030.)
CustolIiCool
TM
Stai_dess
How
The CustomCool
it
TM
teature
is a system
of
the pan's temperature
fl'om causing
temperature
fluctuations
in the rest
of the refl'igerator.
dampers,
a fhn, a temperature
thermistor,
and a heater. Depending
on the hmction
selected,
a combination
of these wilMbe
used to quickMy chill items, thaw items or
hold the pan at a specific temperature.
The pan is tightly
How
to
Itse
1
2
Steel R(j} igerator
The controls
tot this pan are located
the top of the fl'esh ti)od compartment
with the temperature
controls.
at
seamed to prevent
Empty the pan. PMace the (3_iMl/Thaw
tray in the pan with the metaM plate
timing down to chill and store items, or
with the metal plate timing up to thaw
items. Place the items on the tray and
close the pan completely.
Select the Express'Thaw TM, ExpressChi!l
or SelectTemp TM pad. The display and
SET Might wiMM
come op., Tap the pad
until the Might appeal_ next to the
desired setting. Use the chart to
determine
the best setting to use.
,
To stop a [eatm'e before it is finished,
ta M)that _batm'e's pad until no options
are seMected and the display is off.
"
During ExpressThaw TM ",rod b2xpressChill
the dispMay on the controls will count
down the time in the cycMe.
TM
"
After the ExpressThaw TM cycle is
complete,
the pan will reset to the
MEAT setting (30°F) to help preserve
thawed items until they are used.
,
The dispMayed actual temperature
of
the Cus_omCool pan may x;u T slightly
fi'om the SET temperature
based on
usage and operating
enviromn
ent.
NOTE: For tbod satbty reasons, it is
recommended
that ti)ods be wrapped
in pMastic wrap when using ExpressThaw
This will hemp contain meat juices and
improve
thawing pertormance.
TM
,
Express Thaw
TM
ExpressCh ilUM
TM.
CllStOlIiCool
TM
Stairdess
NOTE:
CustomCool'_'
chart
ICesults mcff va*3' @endir_g" on paehagit<g; startling" temperature,
ExpressThaw
Hambtuger
Patties (0.5 lb)
•
Individually _,_¥apped
Filet Mignon (0.5 lb)
•
Chicken
Breasts
(1.5 lbs)
•
Ground
Beef (1.5 lbs)
Can (l 2 oz)
•
2 Small Juice Boxes
(6--8 oz each)
•
2 to 6 Beverage
•
(12 oz each)
2 Plastic 20 oz Bottles
gexera_*e
Steak
3.0 Lbs. (12 hours)
Chicken Breasts (3.0 lbs)
•
•
4 to 6 Small Juice
(6--8 oz each)
•
Ground
•
3 Foil Juice
•
Steak
•
Wine (750 ml bottle)
Beef (3.0 lbs)
(3.0 lbs)
rach and tray
Oranges, I,emons, i,imes,
Pineapple,
Cantaloupe
•
Beaus, Ctlc/lI//beI_,
Tomatoes,
Peppe_,
Squash
Produce
Cans
•
Packets
•
2 i,iter ot Beverage
•
1/2 Galhm
•
Gelatin
•
ot
Boxes
(43°F)
•
30 Minutes
45 Minutes
Custom Cool '"
Citrus Setting
1 Beverage
(1.5 lbs)
trails.
SelectTemp
15 Minutes
•
1.5 Lbs. (8 hours)
I_q/}ige*ato*
and otherjbod
ExpressChill
0.5 Lbs. (4 hours)
•
Steel
Eggplant,
Setting
(34°F)
Strawberries,
Raspberries,
Kiwifl'uit, Pea_, Cherries,
Blackberries,
Grapes,
Nectarines, Apples
•
Plums,
_sparagt,s,
Broccoli, Corn,
Mushrooms,
Spinach,
Cauliflower; Fade, Green
Onion, Beets, Onions
Meat Setting
(30°F)
Raw Meat, Fish and Poult_ T
oIiluice
- 1 package
To clean the ChiU/Thaw
tray, disassemble
the
metal tray fl'om the plastic stand by lightly
pushing
in on the handles
of the plastic stand
and removing
the metal tray: Both the metal
tray and the plastic stand are dishwasher
safe.
To reassemble
the tray, place the plastic stand
upside down (handles
on bottom)
on a solid
surface. Place the metal plate on top of the
stand matching
up the curved side of the
plate with the crowed side of the stand. Insert
one side of the plate into the notches on the
stand. Push in on the handle on the other
side of the stand while pushing
that end of
the plate down and into place. You should
hear the plate "click" into place.
Disassembling the
Chill/Thaw tray
l0
Water
and
FreshSaver
TM Filters
Stainless
Water f!lter
cartridge
The water filter cartridge
is located
in the back upper right corner of
the fresh fl)od compartment.
5
When
to Replace
the Filter
6 Press and
There
light
is a replacement
tkw the
dispenser.
that
The
the
you
filter
water
This
need
light
Installing
turn
to replace
cartridge
replacement
the flow
decreases.
cartridge
will
of water
the
the
should
indicator
to the
Filter
I_/)'it_'erator
Rtm water Dora the dispenser
(about one and a half gallons)
system and prevent sputtering.
hold
fbr 3 minutes
to clear the
the RESET
_;A,TER FII,TER pad on the
dispenser
ti)r 3 seconds.
indicator
filter
Steel
on
filter
to tell
tm'ns
dispenser
you
soon.
be replaced
light
NOTE:
the
orange
when
red
A newh'-installed
filter cartridge
to spurt fl'om
Filter
Bypass
water
may cause water
the dispenser.
Plug
or if
or icemaker
Cartridge
Filter Bypass Plug_
Place the top
of the cartridge
up inside the
cartridge
holder
and slowly turn
it to the right.
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.
Cartridge
Holder
1 If you are replacing the cartridge, first
remove the old one by slowly turning it to
the le_L Do not pull down on the cartridge.
A small amount of water may drip down.
2 Fill the replacement
cartridge with water
fl'om the tap to allow _k)r better flow fl'om
the dispenser immediately after installation.
3 I,ining up the arrow on the cartridge and
the cartridge hokler, place the top of the
new cartridge up inside the bolder.
Do not push it up into the holder.
Replacement
Filters:
To order additional
filter cartridges
in
the United States, call GE Parts and
Accessories,
800.626.2002.
GWF
Suggested
Retail $34.95
Customers
in Canada
pages fi)r the nearest
should
Cameo
consult
Service
the yellow
Center.
4 Slowly turn it to the right tmtil the fiher
cartridge stops. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN.
As you tm'n the cartridge, it will
automatically raise itself into position.
Ca_qtridge will rotate about 1/4 turn.
P)vshNaver
jilto
TM
This
filter
produce
The
filter
is located
inside
the
fl'esh
drawer.
should
last approxinmtely
eight
yeai_.
11
Shelves and Bins
Stai_dess
Fresh./bod
Large
compartment
door bins
The larger _/"esh fl_od compamnent
door bins
aml fl'eezer tilt-out door bins are ac!justable.
a nd.fi ezer
To remove: LiIt the ti'ont
then li_t up and out.
door til>out
bins
Bins
Steal
Re,/ri_'e*ator,
Snugger
of the bin straight
up,
To replace or relocate:
Engage the back side of
the bin in the molded
supports
of the door.
Then push down on the ti'ont of the bin. Bin
will lock in place.
Fresh food compartment
door bin
Small Bins
To remove:
then o/it.
I,ilt the fl'ont
of the bin straight
To replace:
Position the bin above the
rectangular
molded
supports
on the door.
Then slide the bin down onto the support
lock it in place.
up
to
The snugger helps prevent
tipping,
spilling
or sliding of small items stored on the door
shelf. Place a finger on either side of the
snugger
near the rear and move it back
and fl)rth to fit your needs.
Slide-out
spillpro4
she{/
Freezer
tilt-out
bin
The slide-out
spillproof
shelf allows you to
reach items stored behind
others. The special
edges are designed
to help prevent
spills fl'om
dripping
to lower shelves.
To remove:
Slide the shelf out until it reaches the stop,
then press down on the tab and slide the shelf
straight
out.
To replace or relocate:
I,ine the shelf up with the stlpports
and slide
it into place. The shelf can be repositioned
when the door is at 90 ° or more. To reposition
the shelf, slide the shelf past the stops and
angle downward.
Slide shelf down to the
desired position,
line up with the supports
and slide into place.
Make sire, you [_ush th_ shrives all the way I,ad¢ in
b@m, you dose the doo_:
12
Press tab and pull shelf
forward to remove
Sheh,,es and Bins
Stainl¢,s,s Steel I_/rig'e*ator
This shelf splits in half and slides under itself
for storage of tall items on the shelt below,
This shelf call be removed
and replaced
or
relocated
just like Slide-Out
Spillproof
Shelves.
On some
models,
tile lowest
P}vezer
baskets
this shelf
position.
To remove,
push
back
fl'eezer,
are
pull
Make
can not be used ill
of tile
the
disengaged.
basket
i,ilt
I,ift
up
tile
all tile
tmtil
entire
way
to tile
tile
back
basket
up
pins
and
out.
su*v¢you pusk
tke ba,skeLs all ll_e way ba(k
in
bCbre you clo,se the doo*:
Slide-out
freezer
shelves
To remove,
tile
Make
fl'ont
slide
past
out
tile
to tile
stop
su*_¢you pusk
stop
position,
position,
lilt
and
out.
slide
tke skelve,_ all tke way back in
bCbre you clo,se the doo*:
Fixed fieezer
shelves
To remove,
then
bring
lilt
the
tile
shelf
shelf
up at tile
lelt
side
and
out.
13
Additional
Features
StaDdess
Removable
beverage
rack
Steel
Re,f*i_'e*ator,
The beverage
rack is designed
to hold
a bottle on its side. It call be attached
to
any slide-out
shelf.
To install:
1
Line up tile large part of the slots on
the top of the rack with the tabs under
the shelf.
2 Then
slide the rack back to lock it
in place.
Tile refl'igerator
doors may teel different
than
the ones you aIe used to. The special door
opening/closing
feature makes sure the doors
close all the way and are secm'elv sealed.
ag
When opening
and closing the door you will
notice a stop position.
If the door is opened
past this stop point, the doo, will remain open
to allow you to load and mfload rood more
easily. When the door is only partially
will automatically
close.
open
I
it
The resistance
you teel at the stop position will
be reduced
as the door is loaded with food.
When the door is only
partially open it will
automatically
close.
Beyond
14
this stop the door will
stay open.
Crispers
and Pans
Stahdess
Fruit
vegetable
crispers
Excess
bottom
The
that
of the
bottom
may
drawel_
meat pan
drawer
to the
drawer.
As tile
slide
Slide
fiwward
a coveF
wiped
that
control
all the
high
htunidiW
hdl
is closed,
its original
the
dry.
slides
allows
drawer
into
I:b,fri_'erator,
in the
be
This
to provide
back
access
the
cover
position.
way to the
HI setting
recolnnlended
141
ti)i"
LO
_
in ost vegetables.
Slide
the
The
duct
control
all the
fl'eezer
fl'om
to flow
control
Keeper.
(_lilnate
Set
to cold
control
refl'igerator
extra
vegetable
is turned
extretnes
easily
straight
over
door
drawers,
If this
the
stop
does
not
the
drawers
door
out.
J
®
the
the
pan
and
provide
cold
oo,@
o
to
f
air duct
between
these
by pulling
the
lilting
the
drawer
up
fl'oln
taking
out
door
bins.
location.
you
otter
will
air
to store
The
relnoved
try to retnove
refl'igerator
until
space.
and
prevents
first
ended
pan.
setting
to convert
be
out
setting
regulates
telnperature
storage
can
drawer
If the
coldest
off. Variable
settings
can be selected.
(_rispers
and
to the
the
to the
the
I.O
recolnln
temperature
Set the control
fi'esh meats.
i_orlnal
to the
levels
pan has its own cold
of cold air fl'otn
the
colnpartlnei_t
variable
way
h ulniditv
convertible
ineat
to allow a streatn
air flow
removal
has
is opened.
The
Crisper
should
drawer
to provide
lower
fi)i" inost fl uits.
Conv tibh?
accmmdate
as the
will
A(ljustable
humidity
crispers
water
Ste_,l
enough
need
opens
out,
you
refl'igerator
to the
leti
cases,
will
the
clearance,
to be rolled
enough
In some
refrigerator
the
to slide
when
need
or right
the
torward
you
to move
as you
the
roll
the
the
roll
it out.
15
Automatic
Icemaker
Stall,
Automatic
icemaher
less Steal
R_'f}'igerator
A newly-in,stalled _zffiigerator may take 12 to 24 hom:s to begin making ice.
The icemaker
will produce
seven cubes
per cycle--approximately
100-130 cubes
in a 24-hour period, depending
on fl'eezer
compartment
temperatm'e,
room temperature,
nulnber
oI door openings
and other use
conditions.
If the refligerator
is operated
befl)re
connection
is made to the icemaker,
power switch in the 0 (off) position.
NOTE:
bz homes
prasslu'a,
you ma)' hear the i( emal,.r
times
whe_z maki_g"
o/ iee.
Icemaker
The
Light
when
o_ze bateh
it
cools to 15°F (-10°C).
A newly-installed
refl'igerator
may take 12 to 24 horn's to begin
making
ice cubes.
Throw away the first Ibw batches
the water line to clear.
Be sm'e nothing
interlbres
of the _beler arm.
When
of ice to allow
with the sweep
the bin fills to the level of the feeler
arm, the icemaker
normal
flw several
will stop producing
cubes to be joined
ice. It is
together.
If ice is not used fl'equently,
old ice cubes
become
cloudy, taste stale and shrink.
will
If ice cubes get stuck in the icemakeL
the greell
power light will blink. To correct this, set the
power switch to 0 (off) and remove the cubes.
Set the power switch to I (on) to restart the
icemaker.
After the icemaker
has been turned
on again, there will be a delay of about
45 minutes
beflwe the icemaker
resumes
operation.
he storage
drawo
16
To access
ice, pull the drawer
forward.
To remove
the drawer, pull it straight
litt it past the stop location.
out and
Pull the
straight
icemaker.
replace
can be
water
(3'( h. multip#
the water
set the
Green P_
will fill with water
Io'we>that_-a'uerag'a
Power
Switch
When the refrigerator
has been comlected
to the water supply, set the power switch to
the I (on) position.
icemaker
with
upper freezer shelf
out to access the
Always be sure to
the shelf. The shelf
used for storage.
Ice and Water Dispenser
Stahdess
Select
CUBED
or _vLA,
TER
ICE
_,
CRUSHED
Sterl
Re,/rig'rrator,
ICE
_.
Press the glass gently
dispenser
cradle.
against
the top of the
Tile spill shelf is not seltZdraining.
To reduce
water spotting,
the shelf and its grille should
cleaned
regularly.
be
l/ no water is dispensed whe_z the **f}'ig'r*'ator is fi*:d
inslal#d, the*_, may be air i_z the water line s)'stem.
15"ess the dispense*' arm /br at #ast two minul_,s to
*_,move t*_@ped air/ram the water line and to fill the
water s3's/rm. 7b flush out impurities in the wa/_r
lira,, throw away thejT,:,t six gtas@d,_ ojwate_:
Spill Shelf
CAUTI 0 N: _\?ver p u t,fi*_g'e*:sor a _U other
ol{]rets into the i_e erusher dis_ ha*igr opct_it_q:
ATTENTION
: Ne mettez jamais Its doig'ls ou
d'auhm oltjets da_s I'ouvertlu'e du distributeu_:
Other
Locking
the Dispenser
dispenser
controls
Press
Quick
the I,OCK
Ice
CONTROI,
When w)u need ice in a hurry,
press tiffs pad to speed up ice
production.
This will increase
ice production
for tile
ti_llowing 48 hours or until
you press the pad again.
pad fl:,r 3 seconds to lock tile
dispenser
and control panel.
To tmlock, press and hold tile
pad again for 3 seconds.
HOLD3SECS
Dispenser
Door Alarm
Light
To set tile
This pad turns the night fight
in tile dispenser
on and off.
Tile light also COlnes on when
tile dispenser
cradle is pressed.
If this light burns out, it should
be replaced
with a 6 watt 12V
nmxinmm
bulb.
lmportant
jitcts
about your
dispenso
•
Do
not
tile
storage
add
dispense
•
travs
Avoid
overfilling
glass
narrow
chute
glasses.
or cause
Backed-up
the door
poke
or
It may
not
bags
to
crush
shut.
ice and
and
with
toods
tile
a wooden
should
in the
ice storage
Cans,
or food
packages
storage
or auger
drawer
tojaln.
inay
cause
the
of
drawer.
icelnaker
pad
door
is open
3 inilmtes,
fi_i" inore
The
light
goes
stops
door.
To kee I) dispensed
ice fl'Oln n_issing
glass, put the glass close to, but not
touching,
tile dispenser
opei_ing.
•
Some crushed
ice mav be dispensed
even
though you selected CUBED ICE. This
happens
occasionally
when a few cubes
accidentally
get directed
to the crusher.
•
After crushed
ice is dispensed,
may drip fl'Oln tile chute.
•
Son_etin_es a snmll nmui_d of si_ow will flWln
on the door in the ice chute. This condition
tile
to
be
in tile
this
•
chute,
spoon.
not
quick-chilled
bottles
use
press
out and tile beeping
when you close tile
or
ice canjaln
in tile chute
If ice is blocking
it through
Beverages
with
either
than
well.
freeze
•
ice fl'om
drawer.
Rm ]
alarm,
until the indicator
light comes
on. This alarm
will sound
if
some
tile
water
is nornml and usually occurs when vou have
dispensed
crushed
ice repeatedly.
Tile snow
will eventually
evaporate.
17
Ice and Water Dispenser
Stah_le,s,s
To remove:
Set the icemaker
power switch to the 0 (off)
position.
Pull the drawer straight
out and
then lif* past the stop position.
To replace:
When replacing
the drawer, 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
drawer back again.
1
Mechanism
18
Steel
I:b,,/*it_'¢*ator,
(;are and (;leaning
StaDHess
Cleaning
the outside
The dispenser
drip
I_emove
tile
Dispenser drip area.
deposits by adding
undiluted
vinegar
well. Soak until the deposits disappear
become
loose ellough
to
rinse away.
to tile
or
The dispenser
cradle, Before cleaning,
lock
the dispenser
by pressing
and holding
the
I_OCK (_ONTROI_
pad tor 3 seconds.
Clean with warm water and baking soda
solution--about
a tablespoon
(15 ml) of
baking soda to a quart (1 liter) of water.
Rinse thoroughly
and wipe dr>
Cleaning
the inside
To help prevent
odors, leave an open box
baking soda in tile ii'esh iood and i/'eezer
COl)/pa
rtl)/ell
I¢_f)'ig¢*'ator
The stainless steel panels and handles
can be
cleaned with a commercially
available stainless
steel cleaner such as Stairdcss Steel Mg/_'/el)
1
grille, should be
area, beneath
wiped
dr). \¥atertile left
ill this area max leaxe
deposits.
Steel
of
is.
Unplug the refrigerator
before cleaning,
]if this is not practical,
wring excess moisture
out of sponge or cloth when cleaning
around
switches, lights or controls.
Use warm water and baking soda
solution--about
a tablespoon
(15 ml)
of baking soda to a quart (] liter) of water.
This both cleans and neutralizes
odors.
Stairdess Steel ,\lag'ie _lis available at Ace,
True Value, Servistat, HWI and other leading
stores, lit is also available through
GE Parts and
Accessories,
800.626.2002.
Order part number
WX10X15.
Do not use appliance
stainless steel.
wax or polish
on the
Use of any cleaning solution other than that
which is recommended,
especially
those that
contain petroleum
distillates,
can crack or
damage the interior
of the refrigerator,
Avoid cleaning cold glass sheNes with hot water
because
the extreme
temperature
difference
may cause them to break. Handle glass shelves
carefully. Bumping
tempered
glass can cause
it to shatter.
Do not wash any plastic
the dishwasher.
refrigerator
parts
in
Rinse and wipe dr>
19
(;are and (;leaning
Stai_dess
Behind
the
r@igerator
Be careful when moving the refl'igerator
away
f]'om the wall. All t_pes of floor coverings
can
be damaged,
particularly
cushioned
coverings
and those with embossed
surtsces.
Sted
When pushing
the refrigerator
you don't roll over the power
supply line.
I:_¢,f*i_'e*ator,
back, make sure
cord or icemaker
Pull the refl'igerator
straight out and return it
to position
by pushing
it straight in. Moving the
ret_'igerator
in a side direction
may result in
damage
to the floor covering
or reti'igerator.
Prvparing
./br
vacation
For long vacations
or absences,
remove fl)od
and m, plug 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 do(n_ open.
If the temperature
can drop below fl'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 off the water supply to
the refl'igerator.
Secure all loose items such as shelves and
drawel_ by taping them securely in })lace
to prevent damage.
When using a hand truck to move the
refrigerator, do not rest the ti'ont or back of
the refl'igerator against the hand truck. This
could damage the ret/"igerator. Handle only
ti'om the sides of the reti'igerator.
2O
Be sure the refrigerator stays in an upright
position during moving,
Replacing
the I,ight Bulbs
Stai_dess
l%sh Jbod
corrzpartment-upper l ght
Setting the controls to OFF does
power to the fight circuit.
Steal
Re,/rh_'erator,
not remove
1
Unplug
the refrigerator.
2
The bulbs are located at
compamnent,
inside the
On some models, a screw
the light shield will have
3
To remove the light shield, press in on the
tabs on the sides of the shield and slide
fl)rward and out.
the top of the
light shiekl.
at the front of
to be removed.
5
Plug the refrigerator
back in.
After replacing
the bulb with an appliance
bulb of the same or lower wattage,
replace
the light shield and screws (on some
models).
When replacing
the light shield,
make sure that the tabs at the back of the
shield fit into the slots at the back of the
light shield
l%sh./bod
compartment-lower light
housing.
Setting the controls to OFF" does not remove
power to the light circuit,
This light is located
1 Unplug
2 I_emove
knob
3
above
the refl'igerator.
tile convertible
by pulling
straight
Litt the light shield
the top pan.
meat
drawer
control
out.
up and pull it out.
4 Atter rephcing
the bulb with an appliance
bulb of the same or lower wattage,
replace
the shield and the knob.
5
Plug the refi'igerator
back in.
Setting the controls to OFF" does not remove
power to the light circuit.
1 Unplug
Dispenser
the reti'igerator.
2
I_-emove the shelf just above the light shield.
(Tile shelf will be easier to remove if it is
emptied
first.) On some models, a screw at
the top of the light shield will need to be
removed.
3
To remove tile light shield,
sides, and li_t up and out.
4
Replace the bulb with an appliance
bulb of
the same or lower wattage, and reinstall
the
light shield. When reinstalling
tile light
shield, make sure the top tabs snap securely
into place. Replace
the screw (on some
models).
press
Setting the controls to OFF does
power to the light circuit.
1 Unplug
2
5 Reinstall the shelf and plug the refrigerator
back in.
in on the
not remove
the refiJgeraton
3
4
Replace the bulb with a bulb of the same
size and wattage.
1 *ei,"ator back in
Plug the i"eli""_
The bulb is located on the dispenser trader
the control panel. Relnove the light bulb by
turning it counterclockwise.
21
The
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Stainless
No
Fil_ (l l
These
sounds
are normal
and are due mostly
to highly efficient
Steel Rejri_'era
or,
t
operation.
oD_ating
so_ttTIds
The new high
a higher pitch
The
rims
efficienc)
compressor
runs faster and will ha_e
hmn or Imlsating, sound while oi)erating.
air inside
circulating
conlpartnlents
kee I) the
which
the
freezer
and
tenlperatures
fresh
food
uniforln
throughout.
The rims operating
at a high speed. This happens
when the
refrigerator
is first plugged
in, when the doors are opened
fl'equently,
or when a large anmunt
of tood is added to the
fresh tood or freezer COll/partlllents.
I
Water dropping on the defl'ost heater causin,*._ a sizzling,
hissim*.,
b or popping sound (lufiI_*bthe defrost cycle.
The flow of refrigerant
throu,d_m the .....
freezer cooling,
sounds like boiling water or a gurgling
noise.
(:racking,
or III)° ) )in,*b of cooling,
and COlltraction
defrost.
during
defrost
coils
and
caused
refrigeratioll
coils
by, Iex )ansion
tollowing
I
I
Water dripping
as it melts from the evaporator
the drain I)an during, the defl'ost c_ cle.
and flows to
Icemaker
The icemaker
water
wdve will buzz when
the icemaker
with water, If the power switch is in the I (on)
buzz even if it has not vet been hooked
up to
the power switch in the I (on) position
betoI'e
to water can dalnage the icelnaker.
To prevent
power switch to the 0 (off) position.
This will
The sound of cubes
in pipes as icelnaker
22
droppii_g
refills.
into
fills
position it will
water. Keeping
it is hooked
up
this, set the
stop the buzzing.
the bin and water
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Solver
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or, t
Questions
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prob#m
?
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE
REFRIGERATOR
DOES NOT OPERATE
* Refl'igerator
may be in defl'ost
about 30 minutes.
* Either
SO[_)eY. !
CAUSE
or both
controls
cycle when
* The fuse is blown/circuit
the breaker.
VIBRATION
RATTLING
OR
breaker
is in showroom
* At!just the rollers
does
not operate
set to OFF. Set to a temperature
* If interior
light is not on, refl'igerator
wall outlet. Push the plug completely
* The refl'igerator
motor
as shown
setting.
may not be plugged
into the wall outlet.
is tripped.
mode.
Replace
Unplug
in the Installation
fin.
in at
hlse or reset
it and plug it back in.
Instructions.
(Slight vibration
is normal.)
MOTOR
OPERATES
FOR LONG PERIODS
OR CYCLES ON AND
OFF FREQUENTLY
(Modern
refrigerators
with more storage
space and a larger
freezer require more
operating
time, They
start and stop often
to maintain
even
* Normal when refl'igerator
refl'igerator
to completely
'_ O_ten occm's when
This is normal.
* Door
let* open
* Hot weather
is fix'st plugged
cool down.
large
amounts
or package
or fl'equent
of food
holding
door
in. _'Ldt 24 horn's fl)r the
door
in refl'igerator.
open.
openings.
* Temperature
controls
set at the coldest
See Temperature
Controls.
are placed
This is normal.
setting.
temperatures.)
FRESH FOOD
OR FREEZER
COMPARTMENT
TOO WARM
* Temperature
controls
not set cold
See Temperature
Controls.
* _'\arm weather
or fl'equent
* Door
for long
time.
may be holding
door
left open
* Package
FROST OR ICE
CRYSTALS
ON
FROZEN FOOD
(Frost within
is normal.)
* Door
*
Too
left open
fl'eqtlellt
door
or package
of
too
long
enough.
openings.
open.
holding
dool"
door
open.
opellings.
package
DIVIDER
BETWEEN
FRESH FOOD
AND FREEZER
COMPARTMENTS
FEELS WARM
* Automatic
energ) saxer s) stem circulates
*<u'm liquid around
tile
front edge of the freezer compamnent
to help prevent
condensation
from forming
on the outside.
AUTOMATIC
ICEMAKER
DOES NOT
* ]cemaker
WORK
power
* Water supply
switch
turned
is in the 0
(off) position.
off or not omnected.
* Freezer compamnent
too warm.
to completely
cool down.
* Piled up cubes in storage
Level cubes in bin.
See Installation
Allow 24 hours
bin cause
icemaker
Instructions.
tot 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.
is
23
The
Problem
Solver
Stainless
Questions
Use this
prob#m
?
PROBLEM
ICE CUBES
POSSIBLE
HAVE
ODOR/TASTE
SO[_)CY. !
need
* Ice storage
to be discarded.
bin needs
to be emptied
and washed.
* Unsealed
packages
ill fl'esh fl_od and/or
be transmitting
odor/taste
to ice cubes.
of refrigerator
needs
cleaning.
SMALL OR
HOLLOW
CUBES
* _'L_ter tilter
SLOW ICE CUBE
FREEZING
* Door
may have been
left open.
* Ttlrll
teillperattlre
fl'eezer
clogged.
DISPENSER
NOT WORK
Replace
of
See Temperature
CUBE
DOES
l:_ejri_'erator,
CAUSE
* Old cubes
* Interior
Steel
fl'eezer
compartments
may
See Care and Cleaning.
the filter
or use the tilter bypass
plug.
colder.
coi//partI//ellt
Controls.
* Icemaker
or water
stq_ply turned
* Ice cubes
are fl'ozen
to the icemaker
* h'xegular
clumps in the storage
and discard remaining
clmnps.
is I_OCKED.
icemaker
fl_eler arm.
or water
Remove
supply.
tile cubes.
bill. Break up with fingertip
pressure
Tile fl'eezer may be too warm.
At!just the fl'eezer temperature
until clumps do not flwm.
* The dispenser
off. Turn
control
Press and
colder
hold
one step at a time
the LOCK
CONTROI_
pad ii)r 3 seconds.
WATER
HAS PO OR
TASTE/ODOR
WATER IN FIRST
GLASS IS WARM
* _'\ater
dispenser
in the system
used fl)r a long
has been
* Normal when refl'igerator
reti'igerator
to completely
time.
Dispense
is first installed.
cool down.
AHow 24 hom_
fl)r tile
Dispense
* _'_Ater system
flw tile
has been
water
drained,
stq)ply
filter
clo_,(,ed
* Tile dispenser
honrs
off or not connected.
P.eplace
* Air ma} be trapped
least two minutes.
_Mlow several
water
to chill.
* _'\_lter stq)ply line turned
Installation
Instructions.
* \'\ater
water
replenished.
* _'_ater dispenser
has not been used liar a hmg time.
until all water ill tile system has been replenished.
replenished
WATER DISPENSER
DOES NOT WORK
has not been
imtil all water
in tile
is I,OCKED.
tile
s}stem.
filter
or use
Press
Press and
See the
tile
hold
tlle
filter
b}pass
for
plug.
dispenser
ann
at
tile L()(_K
(_ONTR()I,
pad %r 24seconds.
WATER SPURTING
FROM DISPENSER
* Newly installed
WATER IS NOT
DISPENSED
BUT
ICEMAKER
IS WORKING
* _,Liter ill reseswoir
* Fresh
food
NO WATER OR ICE
CUBE PRODUCTION
* _'\ater
supply
about
* Replace
filter
3 minutes
control
cartridge.
(about
is fl'ozen.
fl)r
(;all fl_r seswice.
valve is clogged.
05"use the filter
* Tile dispenser
is I_OCKED.
pad fl)r 3 seconds.
24
fl'om the dispenser
,settin-_ is too cokl. Set to a _armer
line or shutoff
the filter
Run water
one and a half gallons).
bypass
Press and
,setting,
Call a plumber.
phlg.
hold
tile LOCK
CONTROL
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Solver
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problem
sol,JeT". !
?
Steel I:_ejrit{'era
or, t
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE
CUBED ICE WAS *
SELECTED
BUT
CRUSHED
ICE
WAS DISPENSED
* The last setting _<ls CPJJSHED
ICE and a few cubes
crusher from the previous setting. This is normal.
ORANGE
GLOW
IN FREEZER
* Defrost
REFRIGERATOR
HAS ODOR
* Foods
CLOSING
heater
needs
open
odors
cleaning.
shoukl
be tightly
See Care and
box of baking
" A door bill is hitting
bin up one position.
a shelf inside
MOISTURE
FORMS
ON OUTSIDE
OF
REFRIGERATOR
* Not unusual
periods
MOISTURE
COLLECTS
* Too fl'equent
INSIDE
during
left open
(>1"package
INTERIOR
LIGHT
DOES NOT WORK
* No power
WATER ON KITCHEN
FLOOR
OR BOTTOM
OF FREEZER
,b Ice cubes
HOT AIR FROM
BOTTOM
OF
REFRIGERATOR
* Normal
nomlal
* I.ight
holding
air carries
replace
ever_ 3 months.
over. Apply
the reti'igerator.
Move
humidity.
door
paraffin
the door
Wipe sur/hce
dr>
(>pen.
openings.
moisture
into
refl'igerator
when
doors
at outlet.
bulb needs
replacing.
jammed
See Care and
in chute.
Poke
Cleaning.
ice through
with a wooden
spoon.
air flow cooling motor. Ill the refl'igeration
process,
it is
that heat be expelled
ill the area under the refl'igerator.
Some floor
and
Cleaning.
or fi_lding
(>f high
o1"too long door
* Ill humid weathel;
are opened.
wrapped.
soda in refi'igerator;
* Door gasket on hinge side is sticking
wax to the lace of the gasket.
* Door
were left ill the
is on. This is normal.
with strong
* Interior
* Keep
DOOR NOT
PROPERLY
CAUSE
coverings
lit)Filial
are sensitive
and will discolor
at these
sale
tel//perattlres.
RFT,FRIGERATOR
NFT,
VER SHUTS OFF"
BUT TEMPERATURES
ARE OK
* Adaptive
defrost keeps compressor
framing
during
dool openings.
This is normal. The refrigerator
will cycle off aRer the door remains
closed for two hours.
REFRIGERATOR
BEEPING
* Door
FOOD
* Packaging
ISN'T
THAWING/CHILLING
is open
* The wrong
and
insulating
weight
DOOR
ALM_M
is (>n,
li>od. Increase
is selected.
* Item with high tht content,
time (>I"re-package
Select
Select
a larger
a larger
in plastic.
weight.
weight.
* Not using Chill/Thaw
tray. Place items on tray and
between
items for better air flow.
allow space
ill
25
The
Problem
Solver
Stainless
Questions
Use this
PROBLEM
!
POSSIBLE
ACTUAL
TEMPERATURE
prob#m
SO[_)e_'.
?
EQUALTO SET
TEMPERATURE
* Unit
NOT
SELECTTEMP
FIL&TURE IS
NOT WORKING
plugged
open
fi)r
* _'L_rm fl)od
to stabilize.
* Defl'ost
* Fresh
fi)od
26
fl_od
long.
tbature
floor.
compartment
At!just
fiw the
24 hours
to refl'igerator.
is normal.
control
24 honrs
Allow
is in process,
SEI,ECTTEMP
* Unlevel
too
t
is set at the
rollers
hinge.
then
See
control
when
warmest
align
Installation
system
s_:stem
to stabilize.
is set at the
energy
the
to stabilize,
flw the
fl_r the
to minimize
is disabled
to stabilize.
system
24 hom_
24 hotlrs
temperatm'e
In order
system
flw the
Allow
Allow
compartment
This
temperature
DOORS ARE
NOT ALIGNED
in. Allow
added
cycle
setting.
I:_efrit{'era
or,
CAUSE
just
* Door
Steel
fl'esh
usage,
fl_od
warmest
the
compartment
setting.
doors
by ac!justing
Instructions.
the
fl'esh
PerformanceData Sheet
GE SmartWater Filtration System
GWF Cartridge
Health Claim Performance Certified by NSF/ANSI*
qoo% safety
factors
built in for unmetered
usage)
Stm_daoed No, 42: Aesthetic
Paxmneter
USEPA
MCL
Effects
Influent
Chlorh_e
Effluent
% Reduction
Minimum
Challenge
Average
Ma_nm
Average
1.9 ppm
0.02 ppm
0.05 ppn/
9&90%
97.37%
-
-
98.00%
(.)6.10%
T &" O
Particulate**
200,000
3,978
Standard
USEPA
MCL
Paxmneter
(:vsts
99.95%
No. 53: Health
Effluent
Ma_dmum
Average
0.07 NTU
0.1 NTU
99.71%
99.59%
105,750
26
DD
99.97%
99.95%
99.37%
99.37%
4.3 ppb
9s.s0%
97.13%
0.00005ppm
91.93%
91.93%
64.28%
24.3 NTL I
Reduction
15 ppb
160 ppb
1 ppb
Lead at pH 8.5
15 ppb
150 ppb
1.8 ppb
0.0002 ppm
% Reduction
Average
Lead at PH 6.5
I,indane
Effects
Influent
Challenge
1 NTU***
Turbidity
7,800
0.00062
ppm
0.00005
1 i)i313
ppm
Min_unl
Atrazine
0.003 ppm
0.0084 ppm
0.002 ppm
0.003 ppm
76.19%
2,4-D
0.100 ppm
0.272 ppm
0.042 ppm
0.090 ppm
84.89%
67.63%
99%
690 MFL/ml
0.32 MFL/ml
1.2 MFL/ml
99.95%
99.82%
_sbestos
* Tested using a flow rate of 0,5gpm (1,8927I/m); pressure of 120psig (8,437kg/cm 9; pH of Z5*_0,5;temp, of 68%4,5° F (20%25 ° C)
*_ Measurement in particles/ml
NTU = Nephelometric Units
Operating
* Capacity:
*
*
*
(1 135 1); up to one year
Pressure
requirement:
40-120 psi (2.8-8.2
Temperature:
33°-100 ° F (0.60-38 ° C)
How rate: 0.5 gpm (1.9 1pro)
General
*
*
Specifications
certified
fl_r up to 300 galhms
bar),
Installation/Operation/Maintenance
non-shock
Requirements
Flush new cartridge
at hdl flow fl)r 3 minutes
to purge
Replace
cam-idge when flow becomes
too slow.
Special
out trapped
air.
Notices
*
Installation
*
This drinking
water
filter cartridges.
instructions;
parts
*
Do not use with water that is microbiologically
mlsate or of mlknown
quality without adequate
disinfection
beflwe or
aiter the system. Systems cel_ified fl)r cyst reduction
may be used (m disiniected
water that may contain filterable
cysts.
"
"
Tlle contaminants
or other substances
removed
or reduced by this _ter
Check fl)r compliance
with the state and local laws and regulations.
system
Syst(m Tested and C(rtified
Standard
42 & 53 fk)r the
Standard
No.
42: Aesthetic
Effects
availability;
be maintained
by NSF Int_ rnational
reduction
Chemi(al
[nit
'I3ste and Odor Reduction
Chlorine
Reduction,
Class
Mechanical
Particulate
and service
must
I
warranty
to manufimmrer's
are included
instructions,
treatment
with tile product
including
when
replacement
system are not necessarily
shipped.
of
ill your water:
against ANSIiNSF
ot"
Standard
No.
53: Health
Chemical
Reduction
I.ead and Atrazine
Fihration
l Jnit
Reduction,
Class I
and standard
according
I.indane
Mechanical
and
2,44)
Fihration
Effects
I nit
Reduction
P.cduction
l Jnit
"[-urhidity Reduction
(:,,'st and Asbestos
Reduction
Manu£1ctured fi)r: General Electric Company, Louisville, KY4
• 0'22:)
'_
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State of California
Department
of Health Services
Water Treatment Device
Certificate Number
00-1434
Date Issued:
May 30, 2000
Date Revised: February 9, 2001
Trademark/Model
Designation
GE Smart Water Flltratlon Svstems-
Replacement
GWF06
GWF06
Elements
GWF
HWF
Manufacturer:
General Elecmc Appliances
pursuant to Section
Microbiological
Contaminants
and Turbidity
Cysts _protozoanl
Tttrbiditv
Organic Contaminants
Atrazme
Llndane
2.4-D
Rated Service Capacity:
300 gallons*
Rated Service Flow:
0.5 gpln
Do not use where water is microbiologically
unsafe or with water of unknown quality, except that systems
claiming cyst reduction may be used on water containing cysts.
* 500 gallons for models that include a replacement
filter indicator light.
For Purchases Made In Iowa: This foma must be signed and dated by the buyer and seller
this sale. This form should be retained
on file b_ the seller for a minim mn of two years.
BUYER:
SELLER:
Name
Name
Address
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Cit_
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Warranty
Registration
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KY 40232-2150
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Thank
ha'_e
Product
Ownership
Registration
Customer:
you
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Imrchasing,
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om _product
and
thank
you
for
placing
these
three
steps
to protect
your
confidence
new appliance
Complete
and mail your
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Consumer
Product
Owuerslfip
Re_stration
today. Haw' the t)eace of
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xtmr
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reg_sa'afion,
write your
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hi tiffs mmmal, him will
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fold and mail this form.
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Read your "( )wner's
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properly.
If you have questions,
or
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GE Appfiances
General Electric Company
Louisville, Kentucky
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Consunmr
Services
Stainless
Steel I:_efri_'era
or, t
With the purchase
of your new Monogram
appliance,
receive the
assurance
that if you ever need information
or assistance from GE,
we'll be there, All you have to do is call
toll-free?
G E Answer
Center _
In the USA:
800.626.2000
In-Home
Service
Whatever
yore" question
about any Monogram
major appliance,
GE Answer Cente* _
inflwmation
ser',ice is available
to help. Yore" call--and
your question--will
be answered
promptly
and courteously.
And you can call any time. OE Answer Center" selMce is open
24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
In Canada,
Repair
In the USA:
800.444.1845
call 1.88&880.3030.
AGE consumer
service protessional
will provide expeiqt repair se_wice, scheduled
at a time
that's convenient
for you. Many GE (_onsumer
Service company-operated
locations
offer
you service today or tomorrow,
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 fhctory-trained
technicians
know yore" appliance
inside and out--so
most repairs can be handled
in just one visit.
In Canada:
1.888.880.3030
For Customers
......
With Special
Needs..,
(;E offers Braille controls for a varlet', of (;E appliances
and a
brochm'e
to assist in I_lannin'_ a barrie>free
kitchen for persons
_dth limited mobility.
Consumers
xdth impaired
hearing
or speech xd_o have access to a
TDD or a c(mventional
telet}pewriter
ma} call 800.TDD.GEA(_
(800.833.4322)
to request information
or service.
In the USA:
800.626.2000
% .......
I
s_o_
Service
Contracts
In the USA:
800.626.2224
You can have the secure Ibeling that GE Consumer
Service will still be there after yore"
warrant)
expires. Pro'chase a GE contract
while your warranty is still in effect and you'll
receive a substantial
discomm With a m ultiple-year
contract,
you're assured
of furore
service at today's prices.
In 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 hfllv warranted.
VISA, MasterCard
and Discover cards are accepted.
User maintenance
instructions
contained
in this manual cover procedures
intended
to be
performed
by amy 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
Sted
Refri_'erater,
WARRANTY
Staple sales slip or cancelled check here. Proof of original
date is needed to obtain service under warranty.
WHATIS
FULL
COVERED
For one
)(mr
Fl'om the Date
of the Original
Purchase
ONE-YEAR
year
home
FULL
WARRANTY
fl'om
(late
to repair
FIVf3-YEAR
For five _ears
of original
or replace
purchase,
we will provide,
a_O_part q/'the r(fi_'_o'ator
flee
that
warrant_
purchased
or Canada.
the
date
of original
purchase,
we will provide,
prod
is extended
to tile
original
purchaser
and
fl)r ordinar)home
use in the 48 mainland
In Alaska the warrant_
is tile same except
uct
to the
service
shop
or Ibr the
service
ShouM your appliance
need service, during
call 800.444.1845.
In Canada: 888.880.3030.
IS NOT
COVERED
palts
Service
trips to your
to use the product.
Replacement
of house
circuit
breakers.
home
to teach
fi'ee
of chal ge, parts
an)
of the
product
other than its intended
commercially.
you
technician's
warrant}
how
succeeding
service
labor
in
detect.
period
or resetting
of
by accident,
if it is used
purpose
and other
for
labor
condense_;
D.C.
must
pa}
to ship
home.
or b) (mr authorized
(_ustomer
in the U.S.A.
installation.
an installation
your dealer
or installer.
for providing
adequate
* Loss
or used
to your
or beyond,
* Improper
service
fl)r products
Washington,
because
_ou
tra_ el costs
Centers
and
compresso_;
defbct.
owner
states, Hawaii
and
that it is LIMITED
If you have
fuses
Damage
to the product
caused
fire, floods
or acts of God.
Failure
and
of a manuf_cturing
WARRANTY
fl'om
All warrant_ service will be provided
b_ our Factor_ Service
Ca_e ,_servicers during n or l-c_alworking h ours.
WHAT
of charge,
t_fils because
in _our home
to repair
or replace
a_o_ part _!it/_t_ st_alt_d r@'i_'to'a/i_g s) sttm_ (tile
evaporator
and all comlecdng
tubing)
that lidls because
ofa mantd_cmring
This
purchase
connecting
of food
due
problem,
You are
electrical,
contact
responsible
plumbing
facilities.
to spoilage
(in the
U.S.A.
only).
* Incidental
possible
or consequential
damage
defects
with this appliance.
caused
by
Some states/provinces
do not allow tile exclusion or limitation of incidental
or consequential
damages, so tile aboxe limitation or exclusion ma) not appl) to _ou. This warrant} gives )ou specific
legal rights, and _ou mm also ha_ e other rights which xalx fl'om state to state/province
to province.
To know what _our legal rights are in )our state/province,
consult )our local or state/provincial
consumer aflifirs otl]ce or )our state's Attorne) General.
Warrantor
in USA:
General
Electric
Company,
Louisville,
KY 40225
Warrantor
in Canada: Camco Inc. If further help is needed concerning this warranty, write:
Manager, Consumer
Relations, Camco Inc., 1 Factory Lane, Suite 310, Moncton, N.B. E1C 9M3.
197D3359P001
Mono#ram®
General Electric Company
Louisville, KY 40225
49-60156
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Printed in the United States

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