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Installation
Instructions
Stainless Steel Free-Standing,
Drawer Freezer Refrigerator
31-46547
225D1974P007
monogram.com
Safety Information
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
CAUTION:
Due to the weight and size of this refrigerator, and to
reduce the risk of personal injury or damage to the
product – TWO PEOPLE ARE REQUIRED FOR PROPER
INSTALLATION.
Read these instructions completely and carefully.
•
•
IMPORTANT
– Save these instructions
for local inspector’s use.
PRUDENCE:
IMPORTANT
– Observe all governing
codes and ordinances.
• Note to Installer – Be sure to leave these
instructions with the Consumer.
• Note to Consumer – Keep these instructions with
your Owner’s Manual for future reference.
À cause du poids et de la taille de ce réfrigérateur et
pour réduire le risque de blessure et de dommages,
IL FAUT DEUX PERSONNES POUR FAIRE L’INSTALLATION
CORRECTEMENT.
WARNING:
WARNING:
• Use this appliance only for its intended purpose.
• Immediately repair or replace electric service cords
that become frayed or damaged.
• Unplug the refrigerator before cleaning or making
repairs.
• Repairs should be made by a qualified service
technician.
This appliance must be properly grounded. See
“Grounding the Refrigerator,” page 4.
AVERTISSEMENT:
Cet appareil doit être correctement mis à la terre.
Consulter « Mise à la terre du réfrigérateur », page 4.
AVERTISSEMENT:
If you received a damaged refrigerator, you should
immediately contact your dealer or builder.
• Il ne faut utiliser cet appareil que pour l’utilisation
appropriée.
• Réparer ou remplacer immédiatement tout cordon
électrique effiloché ou endommagé.
• Il faut débrancher le réfrigérateur avant le nettoyage
ou toute intervention.
• Les réparations doivent être faites par un technicien
qualifié.
Skill Level – Installation of this refrigerator requires
basic mechanical, carpentry and plumbing skills.
Proper installation is the responsibility of the installer.
Product failure due to improper installation is not
covered under the GE Appliance Warranty.
See the Owner’s Manual for warranty information.
For Monogram local service in your area,
call 1.800.444.1845.
For Monogram service in Canada,
call 1.800.561.3344
For Monogram Parts and Accessories,
call 1.800.626.2002.
www.monogram.com
CONTENTS
Planning Information
Product Dimensions and Clearances............................................3
The Installation Space ..........................................................................3
Step 8, Replace the Freezer Drawers ..................................9-10
Step 9, Replace Fresh Food Doors ............................................11
Step 10, Install Water Line ............................................................11
Step 10A, RO Water Line ................................................................12
Step 11, Connect Water Supply ..................................................12
Step 12, Connect Power ..................................................................12
Step 13, Move Refrigerator Into Position ................................12
Step 14, Level Refrigerator ............................................................13
Step 15, Level Doors ..........................................................................13
Step 16, Install Toekick ......................................................................14
Step 17, Start Icemaker ..................................................................14
Step 18, Temperature Controls ....................................................14
Installation Instructions
Tools, Hardware, Materials ..............................................................4
Grounding the Refrigerator ..............................................................4
Step 1, Measure Cabinet Opening ................................................5
Step 2, Install Anti-Tip Bracket ....................................................5-6
Step 3, Install the Refrigerator ........................................................7
Step 4, Remove the Freezer Drawers ......................................7-8
Step 5, Remove the Fresh Food Doors ........................................8
Step 6, Remove the Toekick ............................................................9
Step 7, Move the Refrigerator ........................................................9
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Planning Information
PRODUCT DIMENSIONS AND CLEARANCES
35-7/8"
Case Width
27-1/2"
Depth
69-5/8"
35-7/8"
Depth Including Handles
29-1/2" - Tubular Handles
30-1/4" - Professional Handles
These Monogram free-standing refrigerators require the
following clearances for proper air circulation, plumbing
and electrical connections.
Installation in a corner:
• Allow 4" clearance on each side to an adjacent wall for a
90° opening and access to drawers.
Air Circulation Clearances:
• 1/8" on each side
• 1/2" at the back side
• Allow 15" clearance to wall on each side for removal
of drawers.
THE INSTALLATION SPACE
Water And Electrical Locations
The opening must be prepared with the electrical and
water supply located as shown.
Additional Specifications
• A 115 volt 60Hz., 15 or 20 amp power supply is required.
An individual properly grounded branch circuit or circuit
breaker is recommended. Install a properly grounded
3-prong electrical receptacle recessed into the back wall.
NOTE: GFI (ground fault interrupter) is not recommended.
• The cold water line can enter the opening through the
floor or through an adjacent cabinet, as close to the back
wall as possible. The water line should be GE
SmartConnect™ Refrigerator Tubing or 1/4" O.D. copper
tubing between the cold water line and water connection
location at the rear of the refrigerator. Installation of an
easily accessible shut off valve in the water line is
recommended.
The opening width must be at least 36".
36" min.
Wall View
70" min.
Electrical
Area
Water Supply
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Installation Instructions
TOOLS REQUIRED
FLOORING
• Adjustable wrench
• 3/8" and 5/15" socket ratchet/driver
• Phillips head screwdriver
• 3/32", 1/8", 1/4" Allen wrenches
• 1/8" Drill bit and electric or hand drill
• Tape measure
• Pencil
• Wire cutters
• 1/4" Nut driver
• Level
For proper installation, this refrigerator must be placed on
a level surface of hard material that is at the same height
as the rest of the flooring. This surface should be strong
enough to support a fully loaded refrigerator.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Protect the finish of the flooring.
Cut a large section of the cardboard carton and place
under the refrigerator where you are working.
MATERIALS REQUIRED
• 1/4" O.D. compression nut and 2 ferrules (sleeves)
OR GE SmartConnect™ Refrigerator Tubing Kits
GROUNDING THE REFRIGERATOR
DO NOT, UNDER ANY
CIRCUMSTANCES, CUT
OR REMOVE THE THIRD
(GROUND) PRONG
FROM THE POWER CORD.
IMPORTANT – (Please read carefully)
FOR PERSONAL SAFETY, THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE
PROPERLY GROUNDED.
The power cord of this appliance is equipped with
a 3-prong (grounding) plug which mates with a
standard 3-prong (grounding) wall receptacle to
minimize the possibility of electric shock hazard
from this appliance.
DO NOT USE AN ADAPTER PLUG TO CONNECT
THE REFRIGERATOR TO A 2-PRONG OUTLET.
DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION CORD WITH
THIS APPLIANCE.
Have the wall outlet and circuit checked by a
qualified electrician to make sure the outlet is
properly grounded.
Where a standard 2-prong wall outlet is encountered,
it is your personal responsibility and obligation to
have it replaced with a properly grounded 3-prong
wall outlet.
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Installation Instructions
WARNING
STEP 2 LOCATE ANTI-TIP BRACKET
A. Place the anti-tip floor bracket locator template
(included inside the anti-tip kit) onto the floor up
against the rear wall, within W, and in line with the
desired location of the RH side of the refrigerator
(see Figure 1).
Under certain circumstances, this refrigerator
can tip forward.
Figure 1 – Installation Overview
Injury to persons can result.
Install Anti-Tip Bracket packed with this refrigerator.
Floor - Concrete
(2 Holes)
Floor - Wood
(2 Holes)
STEP 1 MEASURE CABINET OPENING
AVAILABLE VS. REFRIGERATOR
WIDTH
Base
Bracket on
the Refrigerator
Be sure to account for any countertop overhang,
baseboard thickness and any clearance desired.
Width, W, should not be less than 36 inches.
The refrigerator will be placed approximately
in the middle of this opening.
W
REFRIGERATOR
Floor Bracket
to Install
RH Holes
7 1⁄4”
Measure width of cabinet opening where refrigerator
will be placed, W.
Rear Wall
2 Wall Holes
RH Side of
Refrigerator
Locator
Template
Sheet
Rear RH
Corner of
Cabinet Wall
B. Place the anti-tip floor bracket onto the locator
template with its RH floor holes lined up with the
floor holes indicated on the template sheet, approximately 7-1/4” from the edge of the sheet or the RH
side of the refrigerator.
C. Hold down in position and use the anti-tip floor
bracket as a template for marking the holes based
upon your configuration and type of construction
as shown in Step 3. Mark the hole locations with
a pencil, nail or awl.
Baseboard
Thickness
or Countertop
Overhang
(Whichever
is Greater) Plus
Any Desired
Clearance
NOTE: It is REQUIRED to use at least 2 screws to
mount the floor bracket (one on each side of the
anti-tip floor bracket). Both must be into either
the wall or the floor. Figure 2 indicates all the
acceptable mounting configurations for screws.
Identify the screw holes on the anti-tip floor bracket
for your configuration.
RH Side
Front
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Installation Instructions
STEP 2B INSTALL ANTI-TIP BRACKET
(CONT.)
STEP 2A LOCATE ANTI-TIP FLOOR
BRACKET (CONT.)
Figure 2 – Acceptable Screw
Placement Locations
Preferred Installation –
Wood
Preferred Installation –
Concrete
Minimum Acceptable #1 –
Wall Plate Stud
Minimum Acceptable #2 –
Wood Floor
CONCRETE Wall and Floor Construction:
A. Anchors required (not provided):
4 each 1/4” x 1 1/2” lag bolts
4 each 1/2” O.D. sleeve anchors
B. Drill the recommended size holes for the anchors
into the concrete at the center of the holes marked
in Step 2.
C. Install the sleeve anchors into the drilled holes.
Place the anti-tip floor bracket as indicated
in Step 2. Remove the locator template from
the floor.
D. Install the lag bolts through the anti-tip floor bracket
and tighten appropriately.
WOOD Wall and TILE Floor Construction:
A. For this special case, locate the 2 wall holes
identified in Fig. 1. Drill an angled 1/8” pilot hole
(approx. as shown in Fig. 3) in the center
of each hole.
B. Mount the anti-tip floor bracket using the Minimum
Acceptable Installation #1, as illustrated in Fig. 2.
Minimum Acceptable #3 –
Concrete Floor
STEP 2C POSITION THE
REFRIGERATOR TO ENGAGE
THE ANTI-TIP FLOOR
AND BASE BRACKETS
STEP 2B INSTALL ANTI-TIP BRACKET
WOOD Wall and Floor Construction:
A. Drill the appropriate number of 1/8” pilot holes in the
center of each floor bracket hole being used (a nail
or awl may be used if a drill is not available) AND
remove the locator template from the floor.
B. Mount the anti-tip floor bracket by fastening the 2,
or preferably 4, #10-16 hex-head screws tightly into
place as illustrated in Figure 3.
Figure 3 – Attachment to
Wall and Floor
Wall
Rear RH Corner
of the Refrigerator
Floor Bracket
2 Screws Must
Enter Wood
or Metal Stud
Wall
Plate
Stud
Floor
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A. Before pushing the refrigerator into the opening,
plug the power cord into the receptacle and
connect waterline (if equipped). Check for leaks.
B. Locate the refrigerator’s RH side and move back
approximately in line with the RH side of
the cabinet opening, W. This should position
the anti-tip floor bracket to engage the anti-tip base
bracket on the refrigerator.
C. Gently roll the refrigerator back into the cabinet
opening until it comes to a complete stop.
Check to see if the refrigerator front lines up
with the cabinet front face. If not, carefully rock
the refrigerator forward and backward until
engagement occurs and you notice that
the refrigerator is fully pushed up against
the rear wall.
D. OPTIONAL: Adjust the rear (and front) wheel height
settings to fully engage the rear anti-tip brackets,
while also aligning the refrigerator front with
the cabinet front face.
NOTE: If you pull the refrigerator out and away from
the wall for any reason, make sure the anti-tip floor
bracket is engaged when the refrigerator is pushed
back against the wall rear wall.
Installation Instructions
STEP 3 INSTALL THE REFRIGERATOR
STEP 4 REMOVE THE FREEZER
DRAWERS
BEFORE MOVING REFRIGERATOR
INDOORS
The freezer drawers can be removed, if needed,
to fit through tight areas.
Read these instructions completely and carefully.
IMPORTANT:
TOP DRAWER
Doors and passageways
into the installation location require a 31" min. opening.
If the opening is less than 31", the top cap, doors
and drawers must be removed. (See steps 4–6.)
NOTE: Skip steps 4–6 if door removal is not required.
Go to page 9, Move The Refrigerator.
REMOVE THE BASKET
A. Open the freezer drawer until it stops.
B. Cut the 2 wire ties off of the basket with wire cutters.
C. Lift the front end of the basket so that the front two
alignment tabs come out of the slide bracket first.
D. Then rotate the front edge of the drawer up while
lifting the remaining two rear alignment tabs
out of the slide bracket. Pull the basket
up and out of the drawer.
NOTE: To prevent damage, leave inside
packaging, door spacer and outside
protective wrap in place until the unit
is moved to the installation location.
A
D
C
REMOVE THE TOP DRAWER FROM THE SLIDES
A. Remove the 8 hex head screws from the door
and remove the door.
B. Set the drawer front on a non-scratching surface.
C. Push the rail assemblies back into the cabinet.
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Installation Instructions
STEP 4 REMOVE THE FREEZER
DRAWERS (CONT.)
BOTTOM DRAWER
STEP 5 REMOVE THE FRESH
FOOD DOORS
The top cap must be removed to access hinges.
It is best to remove one door at a time.
A. Remove 2 screws on top and 2 screws at the back
of the top cap. Lift off top cap.
B. Remove 2 screws holding top hinge to the case.
Carefully lift off left and right side doors.
REMOVE THE 2-PIECE BASKET
A. Open the bottom freezer drawer until it stops.
B. The freezer basket rests on the metal slide brackets
and is held in place with swing locks.
C. Ture the swing locks from vertical to horizontal position.
D. Lift the front of the basket up, rotate it towards you, and
bring it straight up to remove.
E. Lift the back portion of the basket up and out of the
drawer.
Top Cap Screws
REMOVE THE BOTTOM DRAWER FROM THE
SLIDES
A. Remove the hex head screws from each side of the
Top
Hinge
rail assembly.
B. Remove the four screws attaching the slide brackets
to the connector brackets.
C. Remove the connector brackets and place
aside.
D. Tilt the bottom drawer toward the refrigerator and
lift out.
E. Set the bottom drawer on a non-scratching
surface.
F. Push the rail assemblies back into the
cabinet.
A
screws
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Installation Instructions
STEP 8 REPLACE THE FREEZER
DRAWERS (CONT.)
STEP 6 REMOVE THE TOEKICK
If, after removing the freezer drawers and
refrigerator door, the refrigerator will still
not fit through a doorway, the toekick
can be removed.
• Remove the toekick by removing the 2 Phillips
head screws.
B. Drive the bottom outside screw into the door
on each side until it is all the way in.
Screw
C. Drive the remaining 3 screws on each side
all the way into place (there are a total
of 8 hex-head screws).
STEP 7 MOVE THE REFRIGERATOR
• Place a piece of the carton or soft cloth against
the side panel of the refrigerator to pad and protect
the stainless steel finish.
• Place the refrigerator on the handtruck with a side
against the truck only.
• Move the refrigerator indoors. Place refrigerator close
to the installation location.
Screws
STEP 8 REPLACE THE FREEZER
DRAWERS
REPLACE THE FREEZER BASKET
Replace the top drawer freezer basket.
Two people may be required to complete
this procedure.
TOP DRAWER
ATTACH AND SECURE THE DRAWER FRONT
TO THE SLIDES
A. Pull out the rail assemblies to the full length
on each side of the cabinet.
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Installation Instructions
STEP 8 REPLACE THE FREEZER
DRAWERS (CONT.)
BOTTOM DRAWER
STEP 8 REPLACE THE FREEZER
DRAWERS (CONT.)
REPLACE THE 2-PIECE BASKET:
ATTACH AND SECURE THE BOTTOM DRAWER TO
THE SLIDES
A. Place the rear of the basket onto the
metal slide brackets. There will be 2 pins
on each underside of the back that will
align for securing the basket.
A. Pull out the rail assemblies to the full
length on each side of the cabinet.
B. There are two tabs on each drawer
rail and two slots on each rail assembly on the refrigerator. Align the
drawer rails with the rail assemblies,
tilt the drawer toward the refrigerator,
and seat the tabs into the slots of the
rail assembly. Lower the drawer into
position.
B. Seat the front of the basket onto
the metal slide brackets and over the
swing locks.
C. Turn the swing locks from vertical to horizontal position to lock the basket
in place.
D. Turn the divider slightly to one side so
the tabs on the front fit into the vent slots
on the basket. Position the divider so the
back locating tabs snap into place in the
back vent slots.
C. Replace the hex-head screws to
secure the drawer.
D. Position connector brackets over
pinion grear assembly and drive
screws into slide bracket (two screws
on each side).
screws
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Installation Instructions
STEP 9 REPLACE FRESH FOOD DOORS
STEP 10 INSTALL WATER LINE
• A cold water supply is required for automatic icemaker
operation. The water pressure must be between 40 and
120 p.s.i.
• Route GE SmartConnect™ Refrigerator Tubing or 1/4" OD
copper tubing between house cold water line and the
water connection location.
• Measure the distance from the water valve on the back
of the refrigerator to the water supply line. Add 8 foot
length to allow the refrigerator to be moved away from
the wall after installation. Bend the tubing into 3 coils
of about 10".
A. Lower the refrigerator door onto the center hinge
pin. Ensure that the plastic hinge pin thimble is on
the center hinge pin or inside door hinge pin hole
located in the bottom of the door.
Hinge Pin
B. Securely tape the door shut with masking tape
or have a second person support the door.
C. Insert the top hinge pin into the hinge hole on
top of the refrigerator door. Make sure the door is
aligned with the cabinet and opposite door. Attach
the hinge to the top of the cabinet loosely with
the bolts.
D. Make sure the gasket on the door is flush against
the cabinet and is not folded. Make sure the door
is straight and the gap between the doors is even
across the front. While holding the aligned door
in place, tighten the top hinge bolts.
NOTE: The only GE approved plastic tubing is supplied
in GE SmartConnect™ Refrigerator Tubing kits. Do not
use any other plastic water supply line because the line
is under pressure at all times. Certain types of plastic
will crack or rupture with age and cause water damage
to your home.
GE SmartConnect™ Refrigerator Tubing Kits are
available in the following lengths:
2' (0.6 m)
– WX08X10002
6' (1.8 m)
– WX08X10006
15' (4.6 m)
– WX08X10015
25' (7.6 m)
– WX08X10025
Gasket Flush and Not Folded
Tighten Top
Hinge Bolts
Shut off the main water supply.
Turn on the nearest faucet long enough to clear the line
of water.
• Install a shut-off valve between the icemaker water
valve and cold water pipe in a basement or cabinet.
The shut-off valve should be located where it will be
easily accessible.
• Turn on the main water supply and flush debris.
Run about a quart of water through the tubing into
a bucket. Shut off water supply at the shut-off valve.
E. Follow the same procedure on the opposite door.
F. Reinstall the top cap using the 4 screws removed
earlier.
NOTE: Saddle type shut-off valves are included
in many water supply kits, but are not recommended
for this application.
NOTE: Commonwealth of Massachusetts Plumbing
Codes 248CMR shall be adhered to. Saddle valves
are illegal and use is not permitted in Massachusetts.
Consult with your licensed plumber.
Bushing
ge
Door Hin
ge
Case Hin
7/32" Wrench
Ra
Clock
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Installation Instructions
STEP 10A WATER LINE
INSTALLATION WITH
A REVERSE OSMOSIS
SYSTEM
Check to be sure that refrigerator power cord is not
plugged into the wall outlet.
Skip this step when not using RO System.
Tubing Clam p
If the water supply to the refrigerator is from a Reverse
Osmosis Water System, use the refrigerator’s filter
bypass plug.
1/4"
Com pression Nut
STEP 11 CONNECT WATER SUPPLY
1/4"
Tubing
Ferrule
(sleeve)
You must also use the filter bypass plug when
a replacement filter cartridge is not available.
The icemaker will not operate without the filter
or filter bypass plug.
RefrigeratorConnection
SmartConnect™
ubing
T
If you are using copper tubing:
• Place compression nut and ferrule (sleeve) onto
the end of the tubing coming from the house water
supply.
• Insert the end of the copper tubing into
the refrigerator connection at the back
of the refrigerator, as far as possible.
Hold the tubing in place and tighten the fitting.
If you are using GE SmartConnect™ tubing:
• Insert the molded end of the tubing into
the refrigerator connection, at the back of
the refrigerator, and tighten the compression
nut until it is hand tight.
• Then tighten one additional turn with a wrench.
Overtightening may cause leaks.
• Fasten the tubing into the clamp provided to hold it
in position. You may need to pry open the clamp.
• Turn on the water at the shut-off valve to check
for leaks.
Replacement Filters:
To order additional filter cartridges in the United
States, visit our Website, ge.com, or call GE Parts
and Accessories, 800.626.2002.
Filter Model GSWF
Customers in Canada should consult the yellow pages
for the nearest Mabe Service Center.
STEP 12 CONNECT POWER
• Connect refrigerator power cord plug to a properly
grounded receptacle.
• Check to make sure power to refrigerator is on by
opening refrigerator door to see if interior lights
are on.
STEP 13 MOVE REFRIGERATOR
INTO POSITION
• Remove outside protective wrapping.
• Move the refrigerator into final installation position.
• Remove door spacer, if not removed earlier,
and all inside packaging.
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Installation Instructions
STEP 14 LEVEL THE REFRIGERATOR
STEP 15 LEVEL THE DOORS
Adjust the Rollers
If the doors are not evenly aligned at the top,
the refrigerator door can be adjusted.
• Use a 7/16" hex socket or wrench to turn the door
adjusting screw. Turn the screw to the right to raise
the door, turn left to lower the door.
The refrigerator can be leveled by adjusting the rollers,
front and rear.
Rollers have three purposes:
• The rollers adjust so that the door closes easily when
opened about halfway. (Raise the front about 5/8"
[16 mm] from the floor.)
• Rollers adjust to allow the refrigerator to be firmly
positioned on the floor and to prevent rocking
when the doors are opened and closed.
• The rollers allow you to move the refrigerator from
the wall for cleaning.
Doors Should
Align at Top
To Adjust the Rollers:
• Use a 3/8" hex socket or wrench to turn
the adjustment screws. Turn the screws clockwise
to raise the refrigerator, turn counterclockwise
to lower it.
• Use a 5/16" hex socket to turn the screws for
the rear rollers. Turn the screws clockwise to raise
the refrigerator, counterclockwise to lower it.
Raise
NOTE: A nylon plug is imbedded in the threads of
the pin. The plug is designed to prevent the pin from
turning. A wrench must be used to turn the pin.
• Turn the wrench one or two times. Open and
close the refrigerator door to check alignment with
the freezer door at the top. Adjust again if necessary.
Rear Roller Front Roller
Adjustment Adjustment
Leveling
Screw
Leg
Screw
Front Roller
Adjust the Leveling Legs
The leveling legs have two purposes:
• Leveling legs adjust so the refrigerator is firmly
positioned on the floor and does not wobble.
• Leveling legs serve as a stabilizing brake to hold
the refrigerator securely in position during operation
and cleaning. The leveling legs also prevent
the refrigerator from tipping.
Turn the leveling legs clockwise to raise the refrigerator,
counterclockwise to lower it.
CAUTION:
To avoid possible personal
injury or property damage, the leveling legs must be
firmly touching the floor.
PRUDENCE :
Afin d’éviter toute
blessure corporelle ou dommage matériel, les pieds de
support doivent être en contact avec le sol.
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Installation Instructions
STEP 16 INSTALL TOEKICK
STEP 18 TEMPERATURE CONTROLS
• Press toekick into position and reinstall one screw on
each side.
• The temperature controls are preset at 37°F
for the refrigerator and 0°F for the freezer.
• Allow 24 hours to stabilize before making adjustments.
Toekick Screw
IMPORTANT: The vented toekick must
remain unobstructed for proper air circulation.
STEP 17 REMOVE PACKAGING
START ICEMAKER
Pow erSw itch
A. Remove all tape, foam and protective packing from
shelves and drawers.
B. Remove the tie downs from the freezer baskets.
Set the icemaker power switch to the I (on) position.
The icemaker will not begin to operate until it reaches
its operating temperature of 15°F (–9°C) or below. It will
then begin operation automatically. It will take 2–3 days
to fill the ice bin.
NOTE: In lower water pressure conditions, the water
valve may turn on up to 3 times to deliver enough water
to the icemaker.
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Notes
15
NOTE: While performing installations described in this book,
safety glasses or goggles should be worn.
For Monogram® local service in your area, call
1.800.444.1845.
NOTE: Product improvement is a continuing endeavor
at General Electric. Therefore, materials, appearance and
specifications are subject to change without notice.
31-46547
225D1974P007
06-10 GE
Printed in Mexico
GE Consumer & Industrial
Appliances
General Electric Company
Louisville, KY 40225
ge.com
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