Electrolux Chest freezers Operating instructions

Use & Care Manual
Freezer
Product Registration
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Energy Saving Ideas
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Important Safety Instructions
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First Steps
Setting
the Temperature Control
4
Freezer Optional Features
5-6
Care and Cleaning
6-7
Power Failure/Freezer Failure
Avoid Service Checklist
Warranty
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P/N 297080400 (Jan 2006)
Product Registration
The information contained in this Owner's Guide will instruct you on how to properly
operate and care for your product. Please read through the information contained in your
literature pack to learn more about your new appliance.
Record Your Model and Serial Numbers
Record the Model No. and Serial No. of this freezer in the space provided below.
Model No. __________________________________________________
Serial No. ___________________________________________________
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The self-addressed PRODUCT REGISTRATION CARD (shown left) should be filled in
completely, signed and returned to Electrolux Home Products.
This Owner’s Guide provides operating instructions for your model.
Use your freezer only as instructed in this Owner’s Guide.
Energy Saving Ideas
• The freezer should be located in the coolest area of the room, away from heat
producing appliances or heating ducts, and out of direct sunlight.
• Let hot foods cool to room temperature before placing in the freezer. Overloading the
freezer forces the compressor to run longer. Foods that freeze too slowly may lose
quality or spoil.
• Be sure to wrap foods properly and wipe containers dry before placing them in the
freezer. This cuts down on frost build-up inside the freezer.
• Freezer shelves and baskets should not be lined with aluminum foil, wax paper, or
paper toweling. Liners interfere with cold air circulation, making the freezer less
efficient.
• Organize and label food to reduce door openings and extended searches. Remove
as many items as needed at one time, and close door as soon as possible.
Important Safety
Instructions
Read all instructions before using this freezer.
Proper Disposal of Your
Refrigerator/Freezer
Risk of child entrap-ment.
Child entrapment and
suffocation are not problems of the past.
Junked or abandoned refrigerators or
freezer are still dangerous — even if they
will sit for “just a few
days.” If you are
getting rid of your old
refrigerator or freezer,
please follow the
instructions below to
help prevent
accidents.
BEFORE YOU THROW
AWAY YOUR
OLD REFRIGERATOR/
FREEZER:
• Remove door/lid.
• Leave shelves in place so children may
not easily climb inside.
For Your Safety
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this
or any other appliance. Read product labels for flammability and other warnings.
Child Safety
• Destroy carton, plastic bags, and any exterior wrapping material immediately after the
freezer is unpacked. Children should never use these items for play. Cartons covered
with rugs, bedspreads, plastic sheets or stretch wrap may become airtight chambers
and can quickly cause suffocation.
• A child might suffocate if he crawls into a freezer to hide or play. Remove the door
of a freezer when not in use, even if you plan to discard the freezer. Many
communities have laws requiring you to take this safety precaution.
• Remove and discard any spacers used to secure the shelves during shipping. Small
objects are a choke hazard to children.
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Important Safety
Instructions continued
Avoid fire hazard or electric shock. Do not use an extension cord
or an adapter plug. Do not remove any
prong from power cord.
Electrical Information
These guidelines must be followed to ensure that safety mechanisms in the
design of this freezer will operate properly.
• Refer to the serial plate for correct electrical rating. The power cord of the appliance
is equipped with a three-prong grounding plug for protection against shock hazards.
It must be plugged directly into its own properly grounded three-prong receptacle,
protected with a 15 amp time delay fuse or circuit breaker. The receptacle must be
installed in accordance with the local codes and ordinances. Consult a qualified
electrician. Receptacles protected by Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCI) are NOT
RECOMMENDED. DO NOT use an extension cord or adapter plug.
• If voltage varies by 10 percent or more, freezer performance may be affected. Operating
the freezer with insufficient power can damage the motor. Such damage is not covered
under the warranty. If you suspect your household voltage is high or low, consult your
power company for testing.
• To prevent the freezer from being turned off accidentally, do not plug unit into an outlet
controlled by a wall switch or pull cord.
• Do not pinch, knot, or bend power cord in any manner.
Other Precautions
• To defrost freezer, always unplug unit first.
• Never unplug the freezer by pulling on the power cord. Always grip the plug firmly and
pull straight out from the receptacle.
• Turning the control to OFF turns off the compressor, but does not disconnect power
to other electrical components.
First Steps
Before starting the freezer, follow these important first steps:
3" AIR SPACE
Installation
• Choose a place that is near a grounded electrical outlet.
• The freezer should be located where surrounding temperatures will not exceed 110°F
(43°C). Temperatures of 32°F (0°C) and below will NOT affect freezer operation.
Additional compressor heaters are not recommended.
• Allow space around the unit for good air circulation. Leave a 3 inch (75 mm) space
on all sides of the freezer for adequate circulation.
3"
Leveling
3"
3"
1"
Installation
The freezer must have all bottom corners resting firmly on a solid floor. The floor must
be strong enough to support a fully loaded freezer. NOTE: It is VERY IMPORTANT for your
freezer to be level in order to function properly. If the freezer is not leveled during
installatioin, the door may be misaligned and not close or seal properly, causing cooling,
frost, or moisture problems.
To Level Upright Unit:
After discarding crating screws and wood base, use a carpenter's level to level the freezer
from front-to-back. Adjust the plastic leveling feet in front, ½ bubble higher, so that the
door closes easily when left halfway open.
To Level Chest Unit:
If needed, add metal or wood shims between feet pads and floor.
Cleaning
• Wash any removable parts, the freezer interior, and exterior with mild detergent and
warm water. Wipe dry. DO NOT USE HARSH CLEANERS ON THESE SURFACES.
• Do not use razor blades or other sharp instruments, which can scratch the appliance
surface when removing adhesive labels. Any glue left from the tape can be removed
with a mixture of warm water and mild detergent, or touch the residue with the sticky
side of tape already removed. DO NOT REMOVE THE SERIAL PLATE.
Unpacking and Leveling - Upright Freezers
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First Steps continued
DOOR REMOVAL (UPRIGHT MODELS)
If door must be removed, (UNPLUG THE UNIT.)
1. Gently lay freezer on its back, on a rug or blanket.
2. Remove two base screws and base
Base
Panel
panel. Remove wire from clips on
bottom of cabinet. (Figure 1)
3. Unplug connector, if required, by
holding the cabinet connector in
place, and pulling door connector
out. (Figure 1)
4. Remove bottom hinge screws.
(Figure 1)
5. Remove plastic top hinge cover.
6. Remove screws from top hinge.
7. Remove top hinge from cabinet.
8. Remove door and bottom hinge
from cabinet.
9. To replace door, reverse the above
order and securely tighten all screws
to prevent hinge slippage.
Base Panel Screws
Hinge Screws
Figure 1
Wire
Door Connector
Clips
Cabinet Connector
LID REMOVAL (CHEST MODELS)
See Instructions on Hinge label.
Setting the
Temperature Control
(UNPLUG THE UNIT.)
Cool Down Period
• For safe food storage, allow 4 hours for freezer to cool down completely. The freezer
will run continuously for the first several hours. Foods that are already frozen may be
placed in freezer after the first few hours of operation. Unfrozen foods should NOT
be loaded into freezer until freezer has operated for 4 hours.
• When loading freezer, freeze only 3 pounds of fresh food per cubic foot of freezer space
at one time. Distribute packages to be frozen evenly throughout the freezer. It is not
necessary to turn control knob to a colder setting while freezing food.
Temperature Control
Cold Control
The temperature control is located inside the freezer on upright models, and on the left
outside wall on chest models. The temperature is factory preset to provide satisfactory
food storage temperatures. However, the temperature control is adjustable to provide
a range of temperatures for your personal satisfaction. If a colder temperature is desired, turn the temperature control knob toward COLDEST and allow several hours for
temperatures to stabilize between adjustments.
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Freezer Optional
Features
NO
TE
NOTE
Your freezer may have some, or all of the features listed below. Become familiar with these
features, and their use and care.
Power On Light
The Power On Light indicates that the freezer is properly connected to electrical power.
The light glows even when the temperature control is turned to OFF. If the light goes
out, refer to "Freezer does not run" in the Avoid Service Checklist.
Temp Alarm (audible only or audible with warning light - see Figure 1)
ON
Figure 1
OFF
Temp Alarm - Upright Freezers
Chest Models
This feature is designed to provide a warning of a possible malfunction. If the
temperature of the food rises to a level unsafe for long-term storage, the buzzer will
sound. The red light , if equipped, will also glow. The Temp Alarm feature operates on
household electricity. If power fails, the alarm will not function. An ON/OFF switch allows
you to deactivate the Temp Alarm when not wanted. The freezer is shipped with the Temp
Alarm in the OFF position. After freezer has run approximately 4 hours, the red light, if
equipped, will go off. Then you may activate the Temp Alarm without the alarm sounding.
Press the ON switch to activate the Temp Alarm. To deactivate, press the OFF switch.
If the alarm sounds, be sure freezer is properly leveled, and the door closes freely, and
seals properly. If you suspect a technical malfunction, call an authorized servicer
immediately.
TEMP ALARM (ELECTRONIC MODELS)
This feature is designed to provide a warning if the inside temperatures reach an unsafe
level. The Temp. Alarm Feature operates on household electricity. It will not function
if household electricity is interrupted.
When the freezer is initially plugged in, the red Temp. Alarm Indicator Light blinks. The
indicator light will continue to blink until the freezer has reached a safe freezing
temperature. If a malfunction causes an unsafe temperature inside the freezer, the
red light will blink and the buzzer will sound. To silence the buzzer, press the ALARM
OFF button. The Indicator Light will continue to blink until a safe freezing temperature
is again reached. If the problem is not resolved within 12 hours, the buzzer will turn on
again. If the ALARM OFF button is not pressed, the buzzer will turn itself off automatically
after 48 hours, but the red Temp Alarm Light will continue to blink.
Blue Defrost button (Some Chest Models)
Upright Models
IMPORTANT:It is time to defrost and clean the freezer when the blue defrost button
is completely covered with frost.
Power Cord Clamp
The clamp prevents the power cord from being accidently unplugged. Remember when
removing or replacing the electrical cord, to remove or replace the power cord clamp.
Slide-Out Basket (upright models)
The Slide-Out Basket, located at the bottom of the freezer provides separate storage
space for items that are difficult to store on freezer shelves. To remove the basket, pull
out, and lift up.
Security Lock with Pop-Out Key
This security lock fastens the door snugly, ensuring that stored food is secure. To lock
or unlock the freezer, push the key into the lock and turn. The key pops out of the lock after
it has been turned.
Interior Light
The light comes on automatically when the door is opened. To replace the light bulb, turn
the temperature control to OFF and unplug the electrical cord. Replace the old bulb with
a bulb of the same wattage.
Adjustable Shelf (upright models)
This shelf can be moved to one of two positions. Lift the shelf up and out to move to the
desired position.
Defrost Drain
The defrost drain provides a method of draining the water during defrosting and cleaning.
See "Defrosting" in Care and Cleaning Section.
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Freezer Optional
Features (continued)
Slide-Aside Basket (chest models)
This basket helps organize odd-shaped items. To reach other packages in the freezer,
slide the basket aside or lift out.
Divider/Drain Pan (chest models)
The Divider/Drain Pan doubles as a convenient storage area and serves as a shallow
drain pan when defrosting. To remove, lift pan straight up out of the supports, and out
of the chest.
Fast Freezing Shelves (upright models)
Slide-Aside Basket
These shelves contain cooling coils to freeze foods quickly and allow cold air to
constantly circulate throughout the freezer. Do not use sharp metal objects such as ice
picks or scrapers to clean the shelves. This could damage the shelves and reduce their
cooling ability. These shelves are not adjustable.
Tilt-Out Shelf
This shelf is located inside on the freezer door and provides additional storage space.
To access an item, tilt top of "basket" shelf down.
Drop Front (upright models)
The Drop Front, located at the bottom of the freezer, provides a separate compartment
for small irregular shaped items or large, bulky items. Lift the front up and out to remove.
Tilt-Out Shelf
Care and Cleaning
Damp objects stick to cold metal
surfaces. Do not touch interior metal
surfaces with wet or damp hands.
Some upright freezers are frost-free and defrost automatically, but should be cleaned
occasionally.
Between Defrostings
To avoid frequent defrosting, occasionally use a plastic scraper to remove frost. Scrape
with a pulling motion. Never use a metal instrument to remove frost.
CA
UTION
CAUTION
Freezer must be unplugged (to avoid electrical hazard) from power source when
defrosting unit.
Drain Tube
Defrosting
It is important to defrost and clean freezer when ¼ to ½ inch of frost has accumulated.
Drain Pan
Figure 1
U09 Models
Only
Drain
Pan
Drain Tube
Figure 2
Frost may tend to accumulate faster on upper part of the freezer due to warm, moist air
entering the freezer when the door is opened. Remove food and leave the door open
when defrosting the freezer.
• On upright models with a defrost drain (Figure 1), remove drain plug on the inside floor
of the freezer by pulling straight out. To access external drain tube on models with a
base panel, first remove the two screws from the base panel. Locate the drain tube
near the left center under the freezer. Place a shallow pan under the drain tube. Defrost
water will drain out. Check pan occasionally so water does not overflow. A ½ inch
garden hose adapter can be used to drain the freezer directly into a floor drain. If your
model is not equipped with an adapter, one can be purchased at most hardware
stores. Replace the drain plug when defrosting and cleaning are completed. If the
drain is left open, warm air may enter freezer.
• On chest models with a defrost drain, place a shallow pan or the Divider/Drain Pan
(some models) beneath the drain outlet (Figure 2). A ½ inch garden hose adapter can
be used to drain the freezer directly into a floor drain (Figure 3). If your model is not
equipped with an adapter, one can be purchased at most hardware stores. Pull out
the drain plug inside the freezer, and pull off the outside defrost drain plug (Figure 4).
Defrost water will drain out. Check pan occasionally so water does not overflow.
Replace the drain plugs when defrosting is completed.
• On models without a defrost drain, place towels or newspapers on the freezer bottom to catch
the frost. The frost will loosen and fall. Remove towels and/or newspapers.
• If the frost is soft, remove it by using a plastic scraper. If the frost is glazed and hard, fill
deep pans with hot water and place them on the freezer bottom. Close the freezer door.
Frost should soften in about 15 minutes. Repeat this procedure if necessary.
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Care and Cleaning
continued
HOSE
ADAPTOR
DEFROST
DRAIN
PLUG
Cleaning the Inside
After defrosting, wash inside surfaces of the freezer with a solution of two tablespoons
of baking soda in one quart (1.136 litres) warm water. Rinse and dry. Wring excess water
out of the sponge or cloth when cleaning in the area of the controls, or any electrical parts.
Wash the removable parts with the baking soda solution mentioned above, or mild
detergent and warm water. Rinse and dry. Never use metallic scouring pads, brushes,
abrasive cleaners, or alkaline solutions on any surface. Do not wash removable parts
in a dishwasher.
Cleaning the Outside
Wash the cabinet with warm water and mild liquid detergent. Rinse well and wipe dry
with a clean soft cloth. Replace parts and food.
Figure 3
Power Failure/
Freezer Failure
WARNING
If leaving freezer door open while on
vacation, make certain that children
cannot get into the freezer and become
entrapped.
NO
TE
NOTE
Do not open freezer door unnecessarily
if freezer is off for several hours.
Vacation and Moving Tips
Short Vacations: Leave the freezer operating during vacations of less than three weeks.
Long Vacations: If the freezer will not be used for several months, remove all food and
unplug the power cord. Clean and dry the interior thoroughly. To prevent odor and mold
growth, leave the freezer door open slightly, blocking it open if necessary.
Moving: Disconnect the power cord plug from the wall outlet. Remove foods, then
defrost, and clean the freezer. Secure all loose items such as base panel, baskets, and
shelves by taping them securely in place to prevent damage. In the moving vehicle,
secure freezer in an upright position, and secure to prevent movement. Also protect
outside of freezer with a blanket, or similar item.
If a power failure occurs, frozen foods will stay frozen for at least 24 hours if the freezer
is kept closed. If the power failure continues, pack seven or eight pounds of dry ice into
the freezer every 24 hours. Look in the Yellow Pages under "Dry Ice," "Dairies," or "Ice
Cream Manufacturers" for local dry ice suppliers. Always wear gloves and use caution
when handling dry ice.
If the freezer has stopped operating, see "Freezer does not run" in the Avoid Service
Checklist Section of this manual. If you cannot solve the problem, call an authorized
servicer immediately.
If the freezer remains off for several hours, follow the directions above for the use of dry
ice during a power failure. If necessary, take the food to a local locker plant until the freezer
is ready to operate. Look in the Yellow Pages under "Frozen Food Locker Plants."
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Avoid Service Checklist
Before calling for service, review this list. It may save you both time and
expense. This list includes common occurrences that are not the result of
defective workmanship or materials in this appliance.
OCCURRENCE
SOLUTION
Freezer does not run
•
Check to ensure that freezer is not plugged into a circuit that has
ground fault interrupt. If you are unsure about the outlet, have it
checked by a certified technician.
•
Temperature control is in the OFF position. See Setting the
Temperature Control section.
•
Freezer may not be plugged in or plug may be loose. Be sure plug is
tightly pushed into electrical outlet.
•
House fuse has blown or circuit breaker has tripped. Check / reset
circuit breaker or replace fuse with 15 amp time delay fuse.
•
Power outage. Check house lights. Call local electric company.
•
Room or outside weather is too hot. It is normal for the freezer to work
harder under these conditions.
•
Freezer has recently been disconnected for a period of time. Freezer
requires 4 hours to cool down completely.
•
Large amounts of warm water or hot food have been stored recently.
Warm food will cause the freezer to run more until the desired
temperature is reached.
•
Door is kept open too long or too frequently. Warm air enters the
freezer every time the door is opened. Open the door less often.
•
Freezer door may be slightly open. See OCCURRENCE “Door
Problems”
•
Temperature control is set too cold. Turn the control knob to a warmer
setting. Allow several hours for the temperature to stabilize.
•
Freezer gasket is dirty, worn, cracked, or poorly fitted. Clean or
change gasket. Leaks in the door seal will cause freezer to run longer
in order to maintain desired temperature.
Temperature inside freezer are too
cold
•
Temperature control is set too cold. Turn the control to a warmer
setting. Allow several hours for the temperature to stabilize.
Temperature inside freezer are too
warm
•
Temperature control is set too warm. Turn the control to a colder
setting. Allow several hours for the temperature to stabilize.
•
Door is kept open too long or too frequently. Warm air enters the
freezer every time the door is opened. Open the door less often.
•
Freezer door may be slightly open. See OCCURRENCE “Door
Problems”
•
Large amounts of warm water or hot food have been stored recently.
Wait until the freezer has had a chance to reach its selected
temperature.
•
Freezer has recently been disconnected for a period of time. Freezer
requires 4 hours to cool down completely.
•
The exterior freezer walls can be as much as 30°F warmer than room
temperature. This is normal while the compressor works to transfer
heat from inside the freezer cabinet.
Freezer runs too much or too long
Temperature of external freezer
surface is warm
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OCCURRENCE
SOLUTION
Louder sound levels whenever
freezer is ON
•
Modern freezers have increased storage capabilities and more even
temperatures. They require a high efficiency compressor. When the
surrounding noise level is low, you might hear the compressor running
while it cools the interior.
Louder sound levels when
compressor comes ON
•
Freezer operates at higher pressures during the start of the ON cycle.
This is normal. Sound will level off or disappear as freezer continues to
run.
Popping or cracking sound when
compressor comes ON
•
Metal parts undergo expansion and contraction, as in hot water pipes.
This is normal. Sound will level off or disappear as freezer continues to
run.
Bubbling or gurgling sound, like
water boiling
•
Refrigerant (used to cool freezer) is circulating throughout the system.
This is normal.
Vibrating or rattling noise
•
Freezer is not level. It rocks on the floor when it is moved slightly.
Level the unit. Refer to “Leveling” in the First Steps section.
•
Floor is uneven or weak. Freezer rocks on the floor when it is moved
slightly. Be sure floor can adequately support freezer. Level the
freezer by putting wood or metal shims under part of the freezer.
•
Freezer is touching the wall. Level the freezer or move freezer slightly.
Refer to “Leveling” in the First Steps section.
•
Weather is hot and humid, which increases internal rate of frost buildup. This is normal.
•
Door is slightly open. See OCCURRENCE “Door Problems”.
•
Door is kept open too long, or is opened too frequently. Open the door
less often.
Moisture forms on outside of
freezer
•
Door is slightly open, causing the cold air from inside the freezer to
meet warm moist air from outside. See OCCURRENCE “Door
Problems”.
Odor in freezer
•
Interior needs to be cleaned. Clean interior with sponge, warm water
and baking soda.
•
Foods with strong odors are in the freezer. Cover the food tightly.
•
Freezer is not level. It rocks on the floor when it is moved slightly. This
condition can force the cabinet out of square and misalign the door.
Refer to “Leveling” in the First Steps section.
•
Floor is uneven or weak. Freezer rocks on the floor when it is moved
slightly. Be sure floor can adequately support freezer. Level the
freezer by putting wood or metal shims under the freezer or brace the
floor supporting the freezer.
•
Light bulb is burned out. Follow directions under “Interior Light” in the
“Freezer Features” section.
•
No electric current is reaching the freezer. See OCCURRENCE
“Freezer does not run”.
Moisture forms on inside freezer
walls
Door will not close
Light bulb is not on
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Major Appliance Warranty Information
Your appliance is covered by a one year limited warranty. For one year from your original date of
purchase, Electrolux will pay all costs for repairing or replacing any parts of this appliance that prove to
be defective in materials or workmanship when such appliance is installed, used and maintained in
accordance with the provided instructions.
Exclusions
This warranty does not cover the following:
1.
Products with original serial numbers that have been removed, altered or cannot be readily determined.
2.
Product that has been transferred from its original owner to another party or removed outside the USA or
Canada.
3.
Rust on the interior or exterior of the unit.
4.
Products purchased "as-is" are not covered by this warranty.
5.
Food loss due to any refrigerator or freezer failures.
6.
Products used in a commercial setting.
7.
Service calls which do not involve malfunction or defects in materials or workmanship, or for appliances
not in ordinary household use or used other than in accordance with the provided instructions.
8.
Service calls to correct the installation of your appliance or to instruct you how to use your appliance.
9.
Expenses for making the appliance accessible for servicing, such as removal of trim, cupboards, shelves,
etc.,which are not a part of the appliance when it is shipped from the factory.
10. Service calls to repair or replace appliance light bulbs, air filters, water filters, other consumables, or
knobs, handles, or other cosmetic parts.
11. Surcharges including, but not limited to, any after hour, weekend, or holiday service calls, tolls, ferry trip
charges, or mileage expense for service calls to remote areas, including the state of Alaska.
12. Damages to the finish of appliance or home incurred during installation, including but not limited to floors,
cabinets, walls, etc.
13. Damages caused by: services performed by unauthorized service companies; use of parts other than
genuine Electrolux parts or parts obtained from persons other than authorized service companies; or
external causes such as abuse, misuse, inadequate power supply, accidents, fires, or acts of God.
DISCLAIMER OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES; LIMITATION OF REMEDIES
CUSTOMER’S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL BE PRODUCT
REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT AS PROVIDED HEREIN. CLAIMS BASED ON IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE
LIMITED TO ONE YEAR OR THE SHORTEST PERIOD ALLOWED BY LAW, BUT NOT LESS THAN ONE YEAR.
ELECTROLUX SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES SUCH AS
PROPERTY DAMAGE AND INCIDENTAL EXPENSES RESULTING FROM ANY BREACH OF THIS WRITTEN
LIMITED WARRANTY OR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY. SOME STATES AND PROVINCES DO NOT ALLOW THE
EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, OR LIMITATIONS ON THE
DURATION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES, SO THESE LIMITATIONS OR EXCLUSIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO
YOU. THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS. YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER
RIGHTS THAT VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
If You Need
Service
Keep your receipt, delivery slip, or some other appropriate payment record to establish the warranty period
should service be required. If service is performed, it is in your best interest to obtain and keep all receipts.
Service under this warranty must be obtained by contacting Electrolux at the addresses or phone
numbers below.
This warranty only applies in the USA and Canada. In the USA, your appliance is warranted by Electrolux Major Appliances
North America, a division of Electrolux Home Products, Inc. In Canada, your appliance is warranted by Electrolux Canada
Corp. Electrolux authorizes no person to change or add to any obligations under this warranty. Obligations for service and
parts under this warranty must be performed by Electrolux or an authorized service company. Product features or
specifications as described or illustrated are subject to change without notice.
USA
1.800.944.9044
Electrolux Major Appliances
North America
P.O. Box 212378
Augusta, GA 30907
Canada
1.800.668.4606
Electrolux Canada Corp.
5855 Terry Fox Way
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
L5V 3E4
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