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- 5 0m . . . . . . . . . 7 _ Controls . . . . . . . 8 - 11D Looking Inside . . . . . . . . . . 9 Automatic Ice and Water - 16D Dispenser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Food Storage [ 3 & Energy Saving Tips . . . . . . . 17 Normal Operating Sounds . . 18 Care & Cleaning . . . . . . . . . 19 Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Espahol . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Before You Call Solutions to Common Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 - 25 READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS P / N240389310 ( 0212 )
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Congratulations on your purchase of a new refrigerator ! We Questions ? here at Electrolux Home Products are very proud of our product and we are completely committed to providing you 1 - 800 - 944 - 9044 with the best service possible . Your satisfaction is our # 1 ( United States ) priority . Please read this Use & Care Manual very carefully . Itcontains 1 - 866 - 213 - 9397 valuable information on how to properly maintain your new ( Canada ) refrigerator . We know you'll enjoy your new refrigerator and Thank You Extend Your Warranty Protection for choosing our product . We hope you consider us for future purchases . With An PLEASE READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS Extended Service Contract This Use & Care Manual provides specific operating instructions for your model . Use your refrigerator only as instructed in this manual . These instructions are not meant CALL 1 - 800 - 944 - 9044 to cover every possible condition and situation that may To Enjoy These Benefits : occur . Common sense and caution must be practiced when installing , operating and maintaining any appliance . Please record your model and serial numbers below for Total freedom from repair bills so future reference . This information is found on the serial unexpected repairs won't upset your plate located inside the refrigerator compartment . budget . Fast , convenient toll - free service is just a phone call away . Model Number : Top - quality repairs by factory - trained Serial Number : experts . Purchase Date : Quick access to genuine replacement parts so you can rest assured your refrigerator is repaired with the proper components . Please attach sales receiot here for future reference . Please complete and mail in the Product Registration Card included with your refrigerator . 2
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FORYOURSAFETY PROPER DISPOSAL OF YOUR REFRIGERATOR OR FREEZER • Donotstoreorusegasolineo , rotherflammablleiquids inthevicinityofthisoranyotherapplianceR . ieadlitaynd Risk of child entrapment producltabelsforwarningrsegardinfglammab Child entrapment and suffocation otherhazards . are not problems of the past . • Donotoperatetherefrigeratoinrthepresenceof Junked orabandoned refrigerators explosivefumes . or freezers are still dangerous - • Avoidcontacwt ithanymovingpartsofautomaticice even if they will sit for " just a few maker . days . " Ifyou are getting rid of your • RemoveallstaplesfromthecartonS . ntaplescancause old refrigerator or freezer , please severecuts , andalsodestroyfinishesiftheycomei follow the instructions below to contacwt ithotherapplianceosrfurniture . help prevent accidents . CHILD SAFETY Before you throw away your old refrigerator / freezer : Destrooyrrecyclethecartonp , lasticbagsa , ndanyexterior • Remove doors . wrappingmaterialimmediatelyafterthe refrigeratorisay . • Leave shelves in place so children may not easily climb unpackedC . hildrenshouldNEVERusetheseitemstopltsorkly inside . Cartonscoveredwithrugs , bedspreadsp , qlasticsheeuic • Have refrigerant removed by a qualified service stretchwrapmaybecomeairtighcthambersa , ndcan technician . causesuffocation . ELECTRICAL INFORMATION iiiiip6 ! ii iiii i i i ! iiiii iiiii ¸ i ! i • The refrigerator must be plugged into its own , = v _ iits dedicated 115 Volt , 60 Hz . , AC only electric outlet . The power cord of the appliance is equipped with a three - prong grounding plug for your protection against electrical shock hazards . It must be plugged directly into a properly grounded three - prong receptacle . The receptacle must be installed in accordance with local codes and ordinances . Consult a qualified electrician . Do not use an extension cord or adapter plug . • Ifthe power cord is damaged , itshould be replaced by the manufacturer , service technician or a qualified person to prevent any risk . • Never unplug the refrigerator by pulling on the power cord . Always grip the plug firmly , and pull straight out from the receptacle to prevent damaging the power cord . • Unplug the refrigerator before cleaning and before replacing a light bulb to avoid electrical shock . • Performance may be affected if the voltage varies by 10 % or more . Operating the refrigerator with insufficient power can damage the compressor . Such damage is not covered under your warranty . • Do not plug the unit into an outlet controlled by a wall switch or pull cord to prevent the refrigerator from being turned off accidentally . • Avoid connecting refrigerator to a Ground Fault Interruptor ( GFI ) circuit .
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This Owner's Guide provides specific operating instructions for your model . Use the refrigerator only as instructed in this Use & Care Manual . Before starting the refrigerator , follow these important first steps . LOCATION • Choose a place that is near a grounded electrical outlet . Do Not use an extension cord or an adapter plug . • If possible , place the refrigerator out of direct sunlight and away from the range , dishwasher or other heat sources . • The refrigerator must be installed on a floor that is level and strong enough to support a fully loaded refrigerator . To Install Toe Grille : • Consider water supply availability for models equipped with an automatic ice maker . 1 . Open freezer and fresh food INSTALLATION compartment doors . 2 . Line up toe grille at base of refrigerator , making sure the four bottom tabs are resting through holes at base of cabinet . 3 . Starting from left side of toe grille , press in on first top tab using your thumb and push toe grille forward until it snaps in place . Continue this process until all tabs aresnapped in place and toe Installation Clearances grille is secured to refrigerator . • Allow the following clearances for ease of installation , proper air circulation , and plumbing and electrical LEVELING connections : Allfour comers of your refrigerator must restfirmly on a solid floor . Sides & Top 3 / 8 " Your refrigerator is equipped with adjustable front rollers to help Back 1 " levelyour unit . To ensure proper door seal and assistdoor closing , the refrigerator should be tilted 1 / 4 " ( 6 mm ) , front to back . DOOR OPENING ToLevel YourRefrigerator : 1 . Remove toe grille . ( See " ToRemove ToeGrille " . ) yo 2 . Use fiat - bladescrewdriver or 3 / 8 " socket wrench to adjust front rollers . Your refrigerator should be positioned to allow easy access to a counter when removing food . For best use of drawers and freezer baskets , the refrigerator should be in a position where both the refrigerator and freezer doors can be fully opened . TOE GRILLE INSTALLATION / REMOVAL To Remove Toe Grille : 1 . Open freezer and fresh food compartment doors . 2 . Working from left side of toe grille , slip your fingers between top of toe grille and cabinet . Gently pull forward until first set of tabs are free . Slide your hand down past the free tabs and pull forward again until the second set of tabs are free . Continue this process until all tabs are free and the toe grille can be removed . ( See 3 . Check both doors to be sure seals touch cabinet on all four graphic at top of page in right column . ) sides . 4
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Before Installing The Water Supply Line , You Will Need • Basic Tools : adjustable wrench , flat - blade screwdriver , and Phillips TM screwdriver • Access to a household cold water line with water pressure between 20 and 100 psi . • A water supply line made of 1Ainch ( 6.4 mm ) OD , copper tubing . To determine the length of copper tubing needed , you will need to measure the distance from the ice maker inlet valve at the back of the refrigerator to your cold water pipe . Then add approximately 7 feet ( 2.1 meters ) , so the refrigerator can be moved out for cleaning ( as shown ) . • A shutoff valve to connect the water supply line to your household water system . DO NOT use a self - piercing type shutoff valve . • A compression nut and ferrule ( sleeve ) for connecting the water supply line to the ice maker inlet valve . To Connect Water Supply Line To Ice Maker inlet Valve 1 . Disconnect refrigerator from electric power source . 2 . Place end of water supply line into sink or bucket . Turn ON water supply and flush supply line untilwater is clear . Turn OFF water supply at shut off valve . 3 . Unscrew plastic cap from water valve inlet and discard cap . 4 . Slide brass compression nut , then ferrule ( sleeve ) onto water supply line , as shown . 5 . Push water supply line into water valve inlet as far as it wilt go ( _ Ainch ) . Slide ferrule ( sleeve ) into valve inlet and finger tighten compression nut onto valve . Tighten another half turn with a wrench ; DO NOT over tighten . 6 . With steel clamp and screw , secure water supply line to rear panel of refrigerator as shown . 7 . Coil excess water supply line ( about 2Y2turns ) behind refrigerator as shown and arrange coils so they do not vibrate or wear against any other surface . 8 . Turn ON water supply at shutoff valve and tighten any connections that leak . 9 . Reconnect refrigerator to electrical power source . 10 . To turn ice maker on , lower wire signal arm ( see ice maker front cover for ON / OFF position of arm ) .
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Tools Necessary : 3 / 8 " F _ ed Wrench DOOR REMOVAL INSTRUCTIONS : ff it is necessary to move the refrigerator through narrow doorways , follow these steps to remove the doors . 1 . Disconnect electrical supply . 2 . Open both doors , then remove toe grille . 3 . Close doors . To Remove Refrigerator Door : 1 . Remove top hinge cover screw on refrigerator door and remove cover . 2 . Trace around hinge with soft lead pencil . This will make it easier to realign . . . . . . doors when they are replaced . 3 . Remove top hinge and lift refrigerator door off bottom hinge pin . Set door aside . 4 . Remove bottom hinge , if necessary . 5 . Reverse this procedure to reinstall refrigerator door . TORemove Freezer Door : 1 . Disconnect water line coming from lower hinge of freezer door at connection located under front of freezer : Press outer ring against face of fitting , then pull to remove tube . 2 . Remove top hinge cover screw on freezer door and remove cover . 3 . Disconnect wiring harness connector plug at top hinge : place your thumbs on flat sides of each connector and bend both parts back and forth , then with firm grasp , pull both pieces apart . 4 . Trace around hinge with soft lead pencil . This will make it easier to realign . . . . . . doors when they are replaced . 5 . Remove top hinge , allowing wiring harness to pull through hinge and lift freezer door off of bottom hinge pin . Lay door down flat to avoid kinking water line . 6 . Remove bottom hinge , if necessary . 7 . Reverse this procedure to reinstall freezer door . When both doors have been reinstalled , connect water line by insertingtube and push until mark touches face of fitting , replace toe grille and plug in electrical power cord . Turn both temperature controls to center position . Adjust settings as necessary . i 6
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Freezer end Refrigerator SpillSafe ' " Controls Shelf Ice Ice Water Filter Door , rBin Meat Keeper Small Items and Cover Fixed Shelf Special Item Largq Bottle Retainer Largq and Cover Door Bin Toe Grllle Features may vary according to model
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COOL DOWN PERIOD To ensure safe food storage , allow the refrigerator to operate with the doors closed for at least 8 to 12 hours before loading it with food . REFRIGERATOR & FREEZER CONTROLS TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT • After 24 hours , adjust the controls as needed . Adjust Factety $ ¢ ttil | Factety $ _ . ttln t temperatures gradually : move the knob in small increments , allowing the temperature to stabilize . • For colder temperatures , turn the knob towards Colder . • For warmer temperatures , turn the knob towards Cold . To maintain temperatures , a fan circulates air in the Freezer _ FreshFood refrigerator and freezer compartments . For good circulation , do not block cold air vents with food items . Refrigerator & Freezer Controls TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT GUIDE If Fresh Food Compartment Is Too Warm Turn Fresh Food Control Slightly Towards Colder . If Fresh Food Compartment Is Too Cold Turn Fresh Food Control Slightly Towards Cold . If Freezer Compartment Is Too Warm Turn Freezer Control Slightly Towards Colder . If Freezer Compartment Is Too Cold Turn Freezer Control Slightly Towards Cold . * To Turn Refrigerator Off Turn Freezer and Fresh Food Controls To O . 8
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PIZZA SHELF ( SOME MODELS ) This shelf is attached to the freezer watt beside the ice dispenser container . This convenient area allows for storage of pizza and other tall items placed vertically between the ice dispenser container and the freezer wall . ICE CREAM SHELF ( SOME MODELS ) This shelf attaches to the top of the ice dispenser container . It allows storage of both round and rectangular cartons of your favorite ice cream . TIP - UP SHELF ( SOME MODELS ) ATip - Up shelf in the freezer section allows tall items to be easily stored . 11 Pizza Shelf CANTILEVER SHELF ADJUSTMENT Refrigerator shelves are easily adjusted to suit individual needs . Before adjusting the shelves , remove all food . Cantilever shelves are supported at the back of the refrigerator . TO adjust cantilever shelves : O Lift front edge up . O Pull shelf out . Ice Cream Shelf Replace the shelf by inserting the hooks at rear of the shelf into the wall bracket . Lower the shelf into the desired slots and lock into position . * SpillSafemglass shelves ( some models ) catch and hold accidental spills . In some models , the * SpillSafe TM shelves slide out for easy access to food and for fast cleaning . The shelves slide out independently of their mounting brackets . Just pull the front of the shelf forward . Shelves can be extended as far as the stopper will allow but are not removable from their mounting brackets . Cantilever Glass Shelf Cantilever Sliding Glass Shelf * WhiteWestinghouse - SpitIFree TM
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DOOR STORAGE TALL BOTTLE RETAINER ( SOME MODELS ) Door bins and shelves are provided for convenient storage The Tall Bottle Retainer keeps tall containers in the bin from of jars , bottles , and cans . Frequently used items can be falling forward when openingor closingthe refrigerator door . quickly selected . To install , hold the retainer at the top , and slide it over the outside walt of the bin , as shown in the diagram . The Tall Some models have door bins that can accommodate gallon - Bottle Retainer works best with a Bin Snugger . sized plastic drink containers and economy - sized jars and containers . Some bins are adjustable for maximum storage capacity . The dairy compartment , which is warmer than the general food storage section , is intended for short term storage of cheese , spreads , or butter . Tall Bottle Retainer ( left ) and Bin Snugger ( right ) SPECIAL ITEM RACK ( SOME MODELS ) The innovative design of the Special Item Rack allows you to store a six - pack of 12 ounce drink cans , a bottle of wine , a two - liter soft drink bottle , or a carton of eggs . The Special Item Rack mounts on the left side of your refrigerator . To ADJUSTABLE DOOR BINS install , just slide the Special Item Rack onto any shelf as shown in the drawing . Some models have adjustable door bins that can be moved to suit individualneeds . To move door bins 1 . Liftbin straight up . 2 . Remove bin . iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii _ iiiiiiiiiii _ ? iSiSi _ 3 . Place bin in desired position . 4 . Lower bin onto supports until locked in place . Special ItemRack 10
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CRISPERS ( SOME MODELS ) MEAT KEEPER ( SOME MODELS ) The crispers , located under the bottom refrigerator shelf , Some models are equipped witha Meat Keeper . Meat Keeper are designed for storing fruits , vegetables , and other fresh temperatures can be adjusted by sliding the Meat Keeper produce . Wash items inclear water and remove excesswater Temperature Control ineither direction . Use thispan for short before placing them inthe crispers . Items with strong odors term storage of bulk meat items . If meats are to be kept or highmoisture content should be wrapped before storing . longer than one or two days , they should be frozen . The Meat Keeper is fixed and cannot be moved up or down . If fruits or vegetables are to be stored inthe Meat Keeper , set the Meat Keeper Temperature Control to a warmer setting to prevent freezing . Crisper Drawer HUMIDITY CONTROL ( SOME MODELS ) Meat Keeper withTemperature Control The Humidity Control , present on some models with crisper drawers , allows you to adjust the humidity within the crisper . WINE RACK ( SOME MODELS ) This can extend the life of fresh vegetables that keep best The wine rack stores bottles of wine , or single two - literplastic in high humidity . bottles of juice or soda pop . To install , slide the Wine Rack onto the shelf with the curve facing in . To remove , slide the Wine Rack out . Install on either side of shelf . Crisper Humidity Control DELl DRAWER ( SOME MODELS ) Wine Rack Some models are equipped witha Deti Drawer for storage of luncheon meats , spreads , cheeses , and other dell items . 11
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AUTOMATIC ICE & WATER DISPENSER OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Features may vary according to model . EXTREME To freeze food at a faster rate to preserve freshness , push the Touch Pad O for 3 - 5 seconds to FREEZE activate this featu re . A green light will appear above the Touch Pad . Push the Touch Pad Oagain for 3 - 5 seconds to deactivate . EXTRA To increase ice production for special occasions , such as parties , push the Touch Pad _ for ICE 3 - 5 seconds to activate this feature . A green light will appear above the Touch Pad . Push the Touch Pad _ again for 3 - 5 seconds to deactivate . CUBE Press the CUBE Touch Pad _ to get cubed ice . A green light wilt appear above the Touch Pad . Press glass against ICE dispensing paddle _ j _ as far up as possible to catch all ice . CRUSH Press the CRUSH Touch Pad Oto get crushed ice . A green light will appear above the Touch Pad . Press glass against ICE dispensing paddle _ as far up as possible to catch all ice . LIGHT Press the LIGHT Touch Pad _ to turn on dispenser light . Press _ again to turn the light off . The light also turns on automatically when ice and / or water is dispensed . Replace light bulb with an appliance bulb of the same wattage . FILTER The FILTER STATUS indicator light above the Touch Pad _ witl light up each time the dispenser STATUS is used . The following filter light indications are : Green The filter is still operating within its specified life cycle . Amber The filter has reached approximately 80 % of its useful life . This is the recommended time to purchase a replacement filter . Red The filter is 100 % used up . Change the filter as soon as possible . After the filter cartridge has been changed , press and hold the FILTER RESETTouch PadOfor 10 - 15 seconds . LOCK The Ice & Water Dispenser can be locked out to prevent unwanted use . To Lock Out Press the LOCK Touch Pad _ for 3 - 5 seconds . A Red light will appear above the Touch Pad . To Unlock Press the LOCK Touch Pad _ for 3 - 5 seconds until the Red light above the Touch Pad goes out . WATER To operate the water dispenser , press a glass against the WATER dispensing paddle _ . To stop dispensing water , pull the glass away from the dispensing paddle _ . Dispensed water is not cold . For colder water , add crushed ice or cubes before dispensing water . A drip tray located at the base of the dispenser catches small spills and allows them to evaporate . This drip tray is removable and dishwasher safe . Do not pour water and excess ice in this area because there is no drain . 12
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ICE AND WATER DISPENSER FEATURES The ice and water dispenser conveniently dispenses chilled water , and ice cubes or crushed ice , depending on the model . To operate the ice dispenser , select the ice option desired using the touchpad . Press a glass against the dispensing paddle as far up as possible to catch all ice . To stop dispensing ice , pull glass away from dispensing paddle . Do not remove the glass until the ice has completely dispensed . ( Complete instructions for the dispenser operation are attached to the inside of the freezer door . ) How the Water Dispenser Works The water tank , located behind the drawers in the refrigerator compartment , automatically fills as water is dispensed . For proper dispenser operation , the recommended supply water pressure should fall between 20 psi and 100 psi . After the refrigerator is connected to the water supply , fill the water tank by drawing one glass of water . It may take about 11 / 2minutes after activating the dispenser paddle before water begins to fill this first glass . Continue flushing the system for 3 minutes to rid the tank and plumbing connections of any impurities . The water dispenser has a built in shutoff device that will stop the water flow after 3 minutes of continuous use . Simply release the dispenser paddle to reset the shutoff mechanism . How the Ice Dispenser Works The ice maker and container are located in the top of the freezer compartment . After the refrigerator is installed properly and has cooled for several hours , the ice maker can begin making ice within 24 hours . Air in new plumbing lines may cause the ice maker to cycle two or three times before making a full tray of ice . To begin ice production , lower the wire signal arm to the " down " or ON position . With no usage it wilt take approximately 2 days to fill the ice container . The ice maker turns off automatically when the ice container becomes full . To stop the ice maker , lift the wire signal arm until it clicks , and locks in the " up " or OFF position . Because of new plumbing connections , the first production of ice cubes may be discolored or have an odd flavor . These should be discarded until the cubes made are free of discoloration and taste . ICE DISPENSER TIPS • Ice cubes stored too long may develop an odd flavor . Empty the ice container and ensure that the wire signal arm is in its " down " or ON position . The ice maker will then produce more ice . • Occasionally shake the ice container to keep ice separated . • Keep the wire signal arm in its " up " or OFF position until the refrigerator is connected to the water supply or whenever the water supply is turned off . If a large quantity of ice is needed at one time , it is best to remove cubes directly from the ice container . The following sounds are normal when the ice maker is operating : • Motor running • Running water • Ice dropping into ice container • Stop the ice maker when cleaning the freezer and during vacations . • Water valve opening or closing • If the ice maker will be turned off for a long period of time , turn the • Ice loosening from tray water supply valve to the closed position . 13
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CLEANING THE ICE DISPENSER Clean the dispenser and ice container at regular intervals , particularly ) o notusethe ice chuteas ahandlewhen before you take a vacation or move , or if the ice dispenser sticks . removingorreplacingthe ice storagebin . 1 . Stop ice production by lifting the wire signal arm to the " up " or OFF Surfacesthere may be sharp . position . 2 . Remove ice container by lifting up and out . Empty and carefully clean the container with mild detergent . Rinse with clear water . Do not use harsh or abrasive cleaners . Allow ice container to dry completely before replacing in the freezer . 3 . Remove ice chips and clean the shelf and chute that supports the ice container . 4 . Replace the ice container . Lower the wire signal arm on the ice maker to the " down " or ON position and the ice maker wilt resume production . Do notputfingers upice chute . Surfaces there may be sharp . • Remove and empty the ice storage bin if : 1 . An extended power failure ( one hour or longer ) causes ice cubes in the ice storage bin to melt and freeze together and jam the dispenser mechanism . 2 . The ice dispenser is not used frequently . Ice cubes will freeze together in the bin and jam the dispenser mechanism . Remove the ice storage bin and shake to loosen the cubes . NEVER use an ice pick or similar sharp instrument to break up the ice . This could damage the ice storage bin and dispenser mechanism . 14
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PureSource TM * Ice and Water Filter ( some models ) NOTE : If you purchased a refrigerator with a PureSource TM * Ice and Water filter , please read the following use and care information . This ice and water filter system filters water to your ice maker and water dispenser . It is located inthe upper rightback corner of the fresh food compartment . System Startup : Water supply does not need to be turned off , however , do not use ice and water dispenser while installing filter . The filter cartridge has already been installed in the filter housing at the factory . Refer to the How The Water Dispenser Works section to properly fill the system with water . Changing the Filter : Water conditions vary throughout the world , but changing the water filter everyer 6 - 9 months normally will ensure the highest possible water quality . The Filt Status light will turn red after 400 gallons of water has flowed through the ice and water dispenser ( some models ) . Also , if the filter has been in a refrigerator that has not been in use for awhile ( during moving for example ) , change the ufiltert before reinstalling the refrigerator . The dispenser system will also operate witho filtration ( with filter cartridge removed ) . To change filter : It is not necessary to turn the water supply off to change the filter . 1 . Open freezer door and leave open until filter change is complete . 2 . Set ice maker wire signal arm to the OFF ( up ) position ( See illustration on page 13 ) . 3 . Hold filter cup firmly , and unscrew towards left ( Some water could leak out as you remove cup . This is normal . ) . Filter cartridge should come down with cup . If cartridge remains in housing , pull down gently , while twisting filter back and forth . 4 . Rinse out cup under running water . 5 . The large o - ring that seals the filter system sets in the o - ring groove down inside the cup . Should the o - ring fall out during filter cartridge replacement , simply place it back in the groove prior to screwing the cup Order new filter cartridges through the back in place . If the o - ring becomes damaged , you will need to order one from the Consumer Assistance Center . dealer where you bought the refrigerator , or contact the Consumer Assistance 6 . Discard old filter cartridge . Center at 1 - 800 - 944 - 9044 . It might be 7 . Remove new filter cartridge from packaging and place in cup . The end good to order some filter cartridges when with the small o - ring should be up , out of the cup . you first install your refrigerator . Be sure 8 . Screw cup , with filter , back onto housing . Do Not Use Wrench To Reinstall to ask for the RG - 100 PureSource TM * Cup . Filter cartridge will self - align as cup is tightened . Be sure cup is replacement cartridge . completely tightened with PureSource TM logo facing outward . Do Not Tighten Past Stop . 9 . Set ice maker wire signal arm to the ON ( down ) position . The PureSource TM * NGRG - 10 . Check for leaks . Open refrigerator door . Wipe any water droplets from the 2000 Ice and Water Filter filter cup . Fill a glass with water . If there is a leak , unscrew filter cup , and System with the RG - 100 reinsert the filter cartridge . Check placement of large O - ring . Reinstall filter cup , making certain it is tightened completely . cartridge is tested and certified by NSF Intemational , 11 . To condition filter system and purge air from water line , fill a glass with water . Continue flushing the system for approximately 3 minutes to assure the nationally recognized and respected , that the purest water possible is stored in the water tank . not for profit , certification organization for public health safety . The PureSource TM * system is tested and certified to ANSI / NSF Standard 42 . See performance data sheet for specifications . This system should not be used on water that is microbiologically unsafe or with water of unknown quality unless the water has been adequately disinfected before or after traveling through the filtration system . • Rated Capacity - 400 gallons • Rated service flow - . 5 GPM • Maximum Rated Pressure - 100 PSI • Maximum Operating Temp . - 100 ° F * White Westinghouse uses the name CrystalClear instead of PureSource , but they are the same filter 15
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PureSource2 TM * Ice and Water Front Filter ( some models ) NOTE : _ fy _ u purchased a refrigerat _ r with a PureS _ urce2TM _ _ ceand Water fr _ nt fi _ ter _ p _ ease read the f _ _ _ _ wing use and care information . This ice and water filter system filters water to your ice maker and water dispenser . It is located in the upper right front corner of the fresh food compartment . System Startup : Water supply does not need to be turned off , however , do not use ice and water dispenser while installing filter . The filter cartridge has already been installed in the filter housing at the factory . Refer to the How The Water Dispenser Works section to properly fill the system with water . Changing the Filter : Water conditions vary throughout the world , but changing the water filter every 6 - 9 months normally will ensure the highest possible water quality . The Filter Status light wilt turn red after approximately 400 gallons of water has flowed through the ice and water dispenser . Also , if the filter has been in a refrigerator that has not been in use for awhile ( during moving for example ) , change the filter before reinstalling the refrigerator . The dispenser system will also operate without filtration ( with filter cartridge removed and bypass installed ) . To change filter : It is not necessary to turn the water supply off to change the filter . 1 . Set ice maker wire signal arm to the OFF ( up ) position ( See illustration on page 13 ) . 2 . Push the Filter Release Button , located to the right of the filter cartridge , to release the filter from the housing . To minimize the possibility of the filter falling out of the housing during removal , it would be best to hold the Order new filter cartridges through the filter as it moves out toward you . dealer where you bought the refrigerator , or contact the Consumer Assistance Center at 1 - 800 - 944 - 9044 . It might be good to order some filter cartridges when you first install your refrigerator . Be sure to ask for the PureSource2 TM * replacement cartridge . 3 . Pull the old filter cartridge straight out of the housing . 4 . Discard the old filter . 5 . Remove the new filter cartridge from the packaging and insert into the The PureSource2 TM ` Ice and filter housing the same way the old one came out . Water Filter System NGFC 6 . When the cartridge is almost in , you will feel it stop against the clip assembly 2000 with the PureSource2 TM " in the back of the housing . The clip assembly holds the filter cartridge cartridge FC 100 is tested and firmly in place . At this point , you will need to push firmly until the cartridge certified by NSF International , snaps fully in place . When completely in place , the front of the filter cartridge the nationally recognized and respected , wilt be flush with the front of the housing . not for profit , certification organization for 7 . Set the ice maker wire signal arm to the ON ( down ) position . _ ublic health safety . The PureSource2 TM ` 8 . Fill a glass with water . As you are doing this , check for leaks at the filter Filter system is tested and certified to ANSI / NSF Standards 42 and 53 . See housing . There will be noticable spurts and sputters as the system pushes _ erformance data sheet for specifications . the air out through the system and out the dispenser nozzle . This is normal . This system should not be used on water 9 . After you have run one glass of water , continue to flush the system for that is microbiologically unsafe or with water approximately 3 minutes to assure that the purest water possible is stored of unknown quality unless the water has in the water storage tank . been adequately disinfected before or after traveling through the filtration system . Rated Capacity - 400 gallons Rated service flow - . 5 GPM Maximum Rated Pressure - 100 PSI Maximum Operating Temp . - 100 ° F White Westinghouse uses the name CrystalClear instead of PureSource , but they are the same filter 16
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FOOD STORAGEIDEAS Fresh Food Storage • The fresh food compartment should be kept between 34 ° F and 40 ° F with an optimum temperature of 37 ° F . • Avoid overcrowding the refrigerator shelves . This reduces the circulation of air around the food and results in uneven cooling . Fruits and Vegetables • Storage in the crisper drawers traps moisture to help preserve the fruit and vegetable quality for longer time periods . Meat • Raw meat and poultry should be wrapped securely so leakage and contamination of other foods or surfaces does not occur . Frozen Food Storage • The freezer compartment should be kept at 0 ° F or lower . • A freezer operates most efficiently when it is at least 2 / 3 full . Packaging Foods for Freezing • To minimize dehydration and quality deterioration , use aluminum foil , freezer wrap , freezer bags or airtight containers . Force as much air out of the packages as possible and seal them tightly . Trapped air can cause food to dry out , change color , and develop an off - flavor ( freezer burn ) . • Wrap fresh meats and poultry with suitable freezer wrap prior to freezing . • Do not refreeze meat that has completely thawed . Loading the Freezer • Avoid adding too much warm food to the freezer at one time . This overloads the freezer , slows the rate of freezing , and can raise the temperature of frozen foods . • Leave a space between the packages , so cold air can circulate freely , allowing food to freeze as quickly as possible . • Avoid storing hard - to - freeze foods such as ice cream and orange juice on the freezer door shelves . These foods are best stored in the freezer interior where the temperature varies less . ENERGY SAVING IDEAS • Locate the refrigerator inthe coolest part of the room , out of direct sunlight , and away from heating ducts or registers . Do not place the refrigerator next to heat - producing appliances such as a range , oven , or dishwasher . If this is not possible , a section of cabinetry or an added layer of insulation between the two appliances will help the refrigerator operate more efficiently . • Level the refrigerator so that the doors close tightly . • Refer to this Use & Care Manual for the suggested temperature control settings . • Periodic cleaning of the condenser will help the refrigerator run more efficiently . See the Care and Cleaning Chart on page 19 . • Do not overcrowd the refrigerator or block cold air vents . Doing so causes the refrigerator to run longer and use more energy . • Cover foods and wipe containers dry before placing them in the refrigerator . This cuts down on moisture build - up inside the unit . • Organize the refrigerator to reduce door openings . Remove as many items as needed at one time and close the door as soon as possible . 17
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UNDERSTANDING THE SOUNDS YOU MAY HEAR A . Evaporator The flow of refrigerant through the evaporator may Your new high - efficiency refrigerator may make unfamiliar sounds . These are all normal sounds and soon will become create a boiling or gurgling sound . familiar to you . They also indicate your refrigerator is operating B . Evaporator Fan as designed . Hard surfaces , such as vinyl or wood floors , You may hear air being forced through the refrigerator walls , and kitchen cabinets may make sounds more by the evaporalor fan . noticeable . Listed below are descriptions of some of the most C . Defrost Heater common sounds you may hear , and what is causing them . During defrost cycles , water dripping onto the defrost heater may cause a hissing or sizzling sound . After defrosting , a popping sound may occur . D . Automatic Ice Maker If your refrigerator is equipped with an automatic ice maker , you will hear ice cubes falling into the ice bin . E . Cold Control & Automatic Defrost Control These parts can produce a snapping or clicking sound when turning the refrigerator on and off . F . Condenser Fan You may hear air being forced through the condenser by the condenser fan . G . Compressor Modern , high - efficiency compressors operate much faster than older models . The compressor may have a high - pitched hum or pulsating sound . H . Water Valve If your refrigerator is equipped with an automatic ice maker , you will hear a buzzing sound as the water valve opens to fill the ice maker during each cycle . L Drain Pan ( not removable ) You may hear water running into the drain pan during the defrost cycle . J . Condenser 18
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Keep your refrigerator and freezer clean to prevent odor build - up . Wipe up any spills immediately and clean both sections at least twice a year . Never use metallic scouring pads , brushes , abrasive cleaners or strong alkaline solutions on any surface . Do not wash any removable parts in a dishwasher . Always unplug the electrical power cord from the wall outlet before cleaning . Care & Cleaning Chart Part Cleaning Agents Tips and Precautions Interior / Door • Soap and water Use 2 tablespoons of baking soda in 1 quart of warm water . Be Liner • Baking soda and sure to wring excess water out of sponge or cloth before water cleaning around controls , light bulb or any electrical part . Door Gaskets • Soap and water Wipe gaskets with a clean soft cloth . Drawers / Bins • Soap and water Do not wash any removable items ( bins , drawers , etc . ) in dishwasher . Glass • Soap and water Allow glass to warm to room temperature before immersing in Shelves • Glass cleaner warm water . • Mild liquid sprays Toe Grille • Soap and water Vacuum dust from front of toe grille . Remove toe grille ( See • Mild liquid sprays illustration on page 4 ) . Vacuum backside and wipe with sudsy • Vacuum attachment cloth or sponge . Rinse and dry . Exterior and • Soap and water Do not use commercial household cleaners , ammonia , or alcohol Handles to clean handles . Exterior and • Soap and water Ctean stainIess steel front and handIes with non - abrasive soapy Handles water and a dishcloth . Rinse with clean water and a soft cloth . • Ammonia Wipe stubborn spots with an ammonia - soaked paper towel , and ( Stainless • StainIess Steel rinse . Use a non - abrasive stainless steet cleaner . These cleaners Steel Models Cleaners can be purchased at most home improvement or major Only ) department stores . Always follow manufacturer's instruction . NOTE : Always , clean , wipe and dry with the grain to prevent cross - grain scratching . Wash the rest of the cabinet with warm water and mild liquid detergent . Rinse well , and wipe dry with a clean soft cloth . Condenser • Vacuum attachment Use the dusting toot attachment on your vacuum to remove dust Coils build - up on the condenser coils ( see item " J ° in illustration on page 18 for location ) . 19
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REPLACING LIGHT BULBS 1 . Unplug refrgerator . 2 . Wear gloves as protection against possible broken glass . 3 . Remove light cover , if necessary . 4 . Unscrew and replace old bulb with an appliance bulb of the same wattage . 5 . Replace light cover , if necessary . 6 . Remember to plug the refrigerator backin . Refrigerator Light Replacement Crisper Light Replacement ( Some Models ) Freezer Light Replacement Vacation and Moving Tips • Leave refrigerator operating during vacations of 3 weeks or less . Short • Use aII perishable items from rofdgerator compartment . Vacations • Turn automatic ice maker off , even if you wiII only be gone for a few days . • Remove all food and ice if you wiII be gone one month or more . • Turn controls to " O " ( the OFF position ) and disconnect power . Long • Turn off automatic ice maker and turn water supply valve to closed position . Vacations • Clean interior thoroughly . • Leave both doors open to prevent odors and mold build - up . Block doors open if necessary . • Remove all food and ice . • If using handcart , load from side . Moving • Adjust rollers aII the way up to protec _ them during sliding or moving . • Pad cabinet to avoid scratching surface . 2O
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REFRIGERATOR WARRANTY Your refrigerator is protected by this warranty WARRANTY THROUGHOURAUTHORIZEDSERVICERS , THE CONSUMERWILLBE RESPONSIBLEFOR : PERIOD WEWILL : FULLONE - YEAR Oneye , _ rf - ori / odginal Pay _ llcc _ tsfor - e _ idngorreplacinganypartsofthis Cc _ of _ ervlce c _ lls that are i _ 4cd ullder NORMAL WARRANTY p _ r _ hasedate app ] i _ r _ ewhich prove to be daf _ ; ' tiveh m _ t _ ri _ ] sor RESPONSIBILITIESOFTHE CONSUMER . * workmanshipE . xcludasoriginal aqd replace _ nenItc _ & Water filter cartrldges ( if equipped ) . Origin _ ] _ nd rep ] _ c _ me _ carlr _ dgeaare warranted _ r 30 day _ ( p _ rtsonly ) . UMI'rED2 " _ 4i ' _ Secondthroughfifth Repairor replacear _ ypa ¢ _ k / the c _ bk / ellineror 0c4 ¢ _ lot pick _ p _ nd dalively of the applia _ ] cerequiredbecause YEARWARRANTY ye4 _ r _ frolt _ original SealedRofrig _ ratior _ Sy _ tel _ ( co - % pres _ or ¢ , ondanser , of service Co4 , _ s | orI _ ber , par _ sar . dtr _ qsporlallc _ o ] ther thaq ( _ bi _ Li _ t arid p _ rchssedate evaporator , d _ erand _ ubi _ gw ) hlch provetobe with respectto th _ c4 _ binel _ inerc _ SealbeRof _ ger _ llonSy _ elt _ . Sealed System ) dafoctivoin materialsor workman _ hlp UMITED T _ rlepericdalisted All of the p _ ovisior _ ol _ befull warrantleaabev'oand Gc _ of thetechnician'tsravelto thehogtie _ nd _ nycostsfl _ r WARRANTY above the exclusir _ sli _ be belowapply , pick _ pand deliveryof the _ pp ] i _ r _ erequiredbecauseof ( Applicable Io Ihe servlce St _ t _ of Alaska ) In the U . S . A . , your appliance is warranted by Electrolux Home Products , Inc . We authorize no person to change or add to any of our obligations under this waffanty . Our obligations for service and parts under this waffanty must be performed by us or an authorized Bectrolux Home Products , Inc . servicer , In Canada , your appliance is warranted by Electrc _ ux Canada Corp . * NORMAL This warranty applies only to products in ordinary household use , and the consumer is responsible for the items listed below : RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE CONSUMER 1 , Proper use of the appliance in accordance with instructions provided with the product . 2 , Proper instanalion by an authorized servicer in accordance with inslructions provided with the appliance and in accordance with all local plumbing , electrical and / or gas cedes . 3 , Proper connection to a grounded power supply of sufficient voltage , replacement of blown fuses , repair of loose connections or defects in house wiring , 4 , Expenses for mak'ng the appliance accessible for servicing , such as removal of lrim , cupboards , shelves , ctc . , which are not a part of the appliance when it was sh ; pped from 1he factory . 5 . Damages 1o finish after installation . 6 . Replacemenl of light bulbs and / or fluorescent tubes ( on models wilh these features ) . EXCLUSIONS This warranty does not cover the following : 1 . CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES SUCH AS PROPERTY DAMAGE AND iNCIDENTAL EXPENSES RESULTING FROM ANY BREACH OF THIS WRI ] q - EN OR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY . NOTE : Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages , so this limitation or exclusion may not apply 1o you . 2 . Service calls wh ; ch do not involve malfunction or defects in workmanship or material , or for appliances not ; n ordinary household use . The consumer shall pay for such service calls . 3 . Damages caused by services performed by servicers olher than Electrolux Home Products , Inc . , Electrolux Canada Corp . or its aulhorized servicers ; use of parts other lhan genuine Electrolux Home Products , Inc . pa _ s ; obtained from persons olher than such servicers ; or external ceuses such as abuse , misuse , inadequate power supply or acts of God . 4 . Products with original serial numbers 1hat have been removed or altered and cennol be readily delermined . IF YOU NEED SERVICE Keep your bill of sale , delivery slip , or some other appropriate payment record . The date on the bill establishes the warranty period should service be required , If service is performed , it is in your best interest to obtain and keep all rsceipts . This written warranty gives you specific legal rights , You may also have other rights that vary from state to state . Service under this warranty must be obtained by contacting Bectrolux Home Products , Inc . or Electrolux Canada Corp . This warranty only applies in the 50 States of the U . S , A . , in Puerto Rice , and in Ca , nada , Product features or specifications as described or illustraled are subject 1o change without notice . All warranties a _ made by Electrolux Home Products . Inc . In Canada , your appliance is warranled by Electrolux Canada Corp , 01 - U - RE - 02 ( Rev . 01 / 2002 ) USA Canada 800 , , 944 - 9044 866.213 = 9397 Electrolux Home Products , Inc Electralux Canada Corp . RO . Box 212378 6150 McLaughlin Road Augusta , GA 30917 Mississauga , Ontario L5R 4C2 21
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PROBLEM CAUSE CORRECTION RUNNING OF REFRIGERATOR * Freezer control is set to " O " Compressor does not run . • Set freezer control See Temperature Controls section * Refrigerator is in defrost cycle . • This is normal for a fully automatic defrost refrigerator . The defrost cycle Occurs periodically , lasting about 30 minutes . * Plug at wall outlet is • Ensure plug is tightly pushed into outlet . disconnected . * House fuse blown or tripped * Check / replace fuse with a 15 amp time - delay fuse circuit breaker . Reset circuit breaker . * Power outage * Check house lights . Call local Electric Company . Refrigerator runs too * Room or outside weather is * its normal for the refrigerator to work longer under hot . these conditions . much or too long . * Refrigerator has recently been * it takes 8 - 12 hours for the refrigerator to cool down disconnected for a period of completely . time . * Automatic ice maker is • ice maker operation causes refrigerator to run slightly more . operating . * Doors are opened too • Warm air entering the refrigerator Causes it to run more . Open doors less often . frequently or too long . * Refrigerator / freezer door may • Ensure refrigerator is level Keep food and containers be slightly open . from blocking door . See PROBLEM section OPENING / CLOSING OF DOORS / DRAWERS . * Freezer control is set too cold • Set refrigerator control to warmer setting until ( control found in refrigerator refrigerator temperature is satisfactory + Allow 24 hours section ) . for temperature to stabilize + * Refrigerator / freezer gasket is • Clean or change gasket . Leaks in door seal will cause dirty , worn , cracked , or peerly refrigerator to run longer in order to maintain desired fitted . temperatures * Condenser is dirty . • Clean condenser . See Care & Cleaning Chart in Care and Cleaning section . Compressor goes off and * Thermostat keeps the * This is normal . Refrigerator goes on and off to keep on frequently , refrigerator at a constant temperature constant . temperature . TEMPERATURES ARE TOO COLD Freezer temperature too * Freezer control is set too cold * Set freezer control to a warmer setting . Allow 24 hours cold , Refrigerator for temperature to stabilize . temperature is satisfactory . Refrigerator temperature * Refrigerator control is set too * Set refrigerator control to a warmer setting + Allow 24 too cold , Freezer cold + hours for temperature to stabilize . temperature is satisfactory . Food stored in drawers * Refrigerator control is set too * See solution above . freezes , cold + Food stored in Meat • Meat Keeper Temperature * Adjust Meat Keeper Temperature Control to a lower Keeper freezes ( some Control set too cold . setting . ( Meat should be stored at a temperature just models ) , below the freezing point for maximum fresh storage time . It is normal for ice crystals to form due to the moisture content of meat . ) 22
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P ROBLEM CAUSE CORRECTION TEMPERA TURES ARE TOO WARM Freezer / Refrigeretor - Doors are opened too - Warm air enters the refrigerator whenever the door is temperature is too warm . frequently or too long . opened . Open the door less often , • Door is slightly open , • See PROBLEM section OPENING / CLOSING OF DOORS / DRAWERS , - Condenser is dirty . - Clean condenser . See Care & Cleaning Chart in Care and Cleaning section . Freezer temperature is too - Freezer control is set too - Set freezer control to a colder setting . Allow 24 hours warm . Refrigerator warm . for temperature to stabilize . temperature is satisfactory . Refrigerator temperature is • Refrigerator control is set too • Set refrigerator control to a colder setting . Allow 24 too warm . Freezer warm . hours for temperature to stabilize . temperature is satisfactory . Temperature in the Meat • Meat Keeper Temperature • Adjust Meat Keeper Temperature Control to a colder Keeper is too warm ( some Control is set too warm . setting , models ) . WA TERIMOISTURE / FROST INSIDE REFRIGERATOR Moisture collects on inside • Weather is hot and humid . • The rate of frost buildup and internal sweating of refrigerator walls . increases . , , See PROBLEM section OPENING / CLOSING OF • Door is slightly open . DOORS / DRAWERS , • Door is opened too often or too • Open door less often . long . • Open containers . • Keep containers covered . Water collects on bottom • Vegetables contain and give • It is not unusual to have moisture on the bottom side of side of drawer cover , off moisture , the cover . • Move humidity control ( some models ) to lower setting . Water collects in bottom of • Washed vegetables and fruit • Dry items before putting them in the drawer . Water drawer , drain while in the drawer , collecting in bottom of drawer is normal . WA TER / MOISTUREiFROST OUTSIDE REFRIGERATOR Moisture collects on • Weather is humid . • This is normal in humid weather . When humidity is outside of refrigerator or lower , the moisture should disappear . between doors . • Door is slightly open , causing • See PROBLEM section OPENING / CLOSING OF cold air from inside refrigerator DOORS / DRAWERS to meet warm air from outside . AUTOMATIC ICE MAKER Ice maker is notmaking , , Ice maker wire signal arm is in • Move wire signal arm to the " down " or ON position . any ice . the " up " or OFF position . , , Household water line valve is • Turn on household water line valve . not open . • See PROBLEM section TEMPERATURES ARE TOO , , Freezer is not cold enough . WARM . , , Saddle valve on cold water • Turn off household water line valve . Remove valve . pipe is clogged or restricted by Ensure that valve is not a self - piercing saddle valve , foreign material . Clean valve . Replace valve if necessary , Check to see if the water • If not , the ice & water filter cartridge is clogged or dispenser is dispensing water . restricted by foreign material , and must be replaced . 23
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PROBLEM CAUSE CORRECTION AUTOMATIC ICE MAKER ( CONTINUED ) Ice maker is not making o , , Ice maker is producing less ice Ice maker should produce approximately 4 - 5 pounds enough ice . than you expect . of ice every 24 hours . Extra Ice should produce up to 8 pounds of ice every 24 hours . o See PROBLEM section TEMPERATURES ARE TOO . Freezer is not cold enough . WARM . , , Household water line valve is o Turn on household water line valve . not completely open . , , Check to see if water o If it is , replace the ice & watar filtar cartridge . dispenser is dispensing slower than normal . Ice maker wilI not stop , , Ice maker wire signal arm is , , Move item and release wire signal arm . Remove any making ice . being held down by some item ice cubes that are frozen together over the wire signal inthe freezer , arm . Ice maker is not separating , , Ice cubes are not being used • Remove and shake ice container to separate cubes . the ice cubes , frequently enough . , , Ice cubes are hollow or smaller , , The ice & water filter cartridge may be clogged . than normal . Replace filter cartridge . Ice has bad odor and taste . , , Ice has picked up odor or , , Cover foods tightly . Discard stale ice . Ice maker will flavor from strong food stored produce fresh supply . in refrigerator or freezer . , , Water running to ice maker , , Add filter to water supply line . Consult a water has poor taste or odor . purifying company . , , Ice not used frequently enough . , , Discard stale ice . ICE DISPENSER Dispenser wilI not dispense , , Ice storage container is empty . , , When the first supply of ice is dropped into the ice . container , the dispenser should operate . , , Freezer temperature is set too , , Turn freezer control to a higher setting so that ice warm . cubes will be made . When first supply of ice is made , dispenser should operate . o Household water line valve is , , Open household water line valve . Allow sufficient time not open . for the ice to be made . When ice is made , the dispenser should operate . o , , Ensure freezer door is closed . Freezer door is not closed . o Ice dispensing arm has been , , Motor is overloaded . Motor ovedoad protector will held in for more than 4 - 5 reset in approximately 3 minutes . Ice can then be minutes . dispensed . Ice has melted and frozen Ice dispenser is jammed . , , Remove ice container , thaw , and empty the contents . around auger due to infrequent Clean container , wipe dry , and replace in proper use , temperature fluctuations , position . When new ice is made , dispenser should and / or power outages . operate . o Ice cubes are jammed between ice maker and back • Remove ice cubes that are jamming the dispenser . of ice container . o o Ice cubes are frozen together . Use the dispenser often so that cubes do not freeze together . o Ice cubes are hollow or smaller o The ice & water filter cartridge could be clogged . than normal . Replace the filter cartridge . Dispensing system operates best at 20 - 100 psi water pressure . Well water pressures should fall within this range . 24
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PROBLEM CAUSE CORRECTION WATER DISPENSER Dispenser will not , , Household water line valve is , , Open household water line valve . See PROBLEM dispense water , not open . section ICE MAKER IS NOT MAKING ANY ICE . , , Freezer door is not closed . , , Ensure that freezer door is closed . • Ice & water filter cartridge is , , Replace filter cartridge . clogged . Water has an odd taste e Water has been in the tank for , , Draw and discard 10 - 12 glasses of water to freshen and / or odor . a period of time . the supply and completely rinse out the tank . e Unit not properly connected to , , Connect unit to cold water lice that supplies water to cold water line . the kitchen faucet . e Tubing used in the household , , For best results , use copper tubing for water connections . water supply and installation may affect water taste and odor . * Water has a high mineral * Contact water treatment plant for help . content . Water pressure is * Cut - off and cut - on pressures * Have someone turn up the cut - off and cut - on pressure extremely low . are too low ( well systems on the water pump system ( well systems only ) . only ) . , , Reverse osmosis system is in , , It is normal for a reverse osmosis system to be below regenerative phase . 20 psi during the regenerative phase . ODORS IN REFRIGERATOR Interior is dirty . , , Interior needs to be cleaned . , , See Care & Cleaning Chart in Care and Cleaning section . * Food with strong odors is in * Cover food tightly . refrigerator . OPENINGICLOSING OF DOORSADRA WERS * Door was closed toc hard , Door ( s ) will not close . * Close both doors gently . causing other door to open slightly . , , Refrigerator is not level , it , , Ensure floor is level and solid , and can adequately rooks on the floor when moved support the refrigerator . Contact a carpenter to correct slightly . a sagging or sloping floor . , , Refrigerator is touching a wall , , Ensure floor is level and solid , and can adequately or cabinet . support the refrigerator . Contact a carpenter to correct a sagging or sloping floor . Drawers are difficult to , , Food is touching shelf on top • Keep less food in drawer . move . of drawer . , , Track that drawers slide on is , , Clean drawer , rollers , and track . See Care & Cleaning dirty . Chart in Care and Cleaning section . LIGHT BULB IS NOT ON Light bulb is not on . , , Light bulb is burned out . , , See Replacing Ught Bulbs in Care and Cleaning section . • Light switch is stuck . . Light switch is located on side of refrigerator and freezer liners . , , No electric current is reaching , , See PROBLEM section RUNNING OF refrigerator . REFRIGERATOR . 25
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