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www . GEAppliances . com Safety Information Adapter Plugs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Electricity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Â° _ Models 20 , 22and 25 Extension Cords . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 oq Proper Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 , 3 C6te fi c6te Operating lnstructions Automatic Icemaker . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Rdfrigdrateurs Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Crispers and Pans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 - 9 Ice and Water Dispenser . . . . . . . . . 10 Shelves , Bins and Racks . . . . . . . . 6 - 8 La section frae _ aise commence a la page 31 Water Filter Cartridge . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Care and Cleaning Lado a lado Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 , 12 Lightbulbs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Refrigeradores Installation Instructions Preparing to Install the Refrigerator . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 , 15 Water Line Installation . . . . . . . 16 - 20 La secci6n en espafiol empieza en la p _ gina 58 Troubleshooting Tips Before You Call For Service . . . 22 - 25 Normal Operating Sounds . . . . . . . 22 Consumer Support Consumer Support . . . . . . Back Cover Performance Data Sheet . . . . . . . . . 27 Product Registration . . . . . . . . . 29 , 30 State of California Water Treatment Device Certificate . . . . . 28 Warranty ( Canadian ) . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Warranty ( U . S . ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 Write your model and serial numbers here : Model # Serial # Find these numbers on a label inside the refrigerator compartment at the top on the right side behind the controls . 197D3351PO02 49 - 60131 03 - 01 JR
IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . A WARNING ! Usethis applianceonlyfor its intended purpose as described in this Owner's Manual . SAFETPYRECAUtiONS When using electricalappliances , basicsafetyprecautionsshouldbe followed , includingthe following : IllThis refrigerator must be properly installed [ ] Keep fingers out of the = pinch point " areas ; and located in accordance with the Installation dearances between the doors and between Instructions before it is used . the doors and cabinet are necegsa _ y small . Be care _ l dosing doors when children are â¢ Do not allow children to climb , stand or hang in the area . on the shelves in the refrigerator . They could damage the refrigeratorand seriously injure â¢ Unplug the refrigerator before cleaning and themselves . making repairs . 1 Do not touch the cold surfaces in the fi'eezer NOTEW . " estronglyrecommetnhdatanyservicinbge compartment when hands are damp or wet . Skin performebdyaqualifiedindividual may stick to these extremely cold surfaces . â¢ Setting the freezer control to the 0 ( off ) position â¢ Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable does not remove power to the light circuit . vapors and liquids in the vidnity of this or any â¢ Do not refreeze frozen foods which have other appliance . thawed completely . â¢ In refrigerators withautomatic icemakers , avoid contact with the moving parts of the ejector mechanism , or with the heating element that releases the cubes . Do not place fingers or hands on the automatic icemaking mechanism while the refrigeratoris plugged in . 2
ww _ . GF - . Appliancceo _ m A DANGER ! RISKOFCHILDENTRAPMENT PROPEDRISPOSAOLFTHEREFRIGERATOR Child entrapment and suffocation are not problems CFCDisposal of the past . Junked or abandoned refrigerators are Your old refrigerator may have a cooling system still dangerous . . . even if they will sit for " just a few that used CFCs ( chlorofluorocarbous ) . CFCs are days . " If you are getting rid of your old refiigemtor , believed to harm stratospheric ozone . please follow the instructions below to help prevent accidents . If you are throwing away your old refrigerator , make sure the CFC refrigemt is removed for proper BeforeYouThrowAway YourOldRefrigerator disposal by a qualified servicer . If you intentionally orFreezer : . release this CFC refrigerant you can be subject to 1 Take off the doors . fines and imprisonment under provisions of environmental legislation . â¢ Leave the shelves in place so that children may not easily climb inside . USEOFEXTENSIOCNORDS Because of potential safety hazards under certain condi # ons , we strongly recommend against the use of an extension cord . However , ffyou must use an extension cord , it is absolutely necessary that it be a UL - listed ( in the United States ) or a _ A - listed ( in Canada ) , 3 - wire grounding type appliance extension cord having a grounding type plug and oudet and that the electrical rating of the cord be 15 amperes ( minimum ) and 190 volts . 3
IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . A WARNING ! HOWTOCONNECETLECTRICITY Do no _ under any circumstances , cut or remove the third ( ground ) prong from the power cord . For personal safety , this appliance must be properly grounded . The power cord of this appliance is equipped with This provides the best performance and also a 3 - prong ( grounding ) plug which mates with a prevents overloading house wiring circuits which standard 3 - prong ( grounding ) wall outlet to could cause a fire hazard from overheated wires . minimize the possibility of electxic shock hazard Never unplug your refrigerator by pulling on the from this appliance . power cord . Always grip plug firmly and pull straight out fi'om the oudeL Have the wall outlet and circuit checked by a qualified electrician to make sure the outlet is Repair or replace immediately all power cords that properly grounded . have become frayed or otherwise damaged . Do not If the oudet is a standard 2 - prong outlet , it is your use a cord that shows cracks or abrasion damage personal responsibility and obligation to have it along its length or at either end . replaced with a properly grounded 3 - prong wall When moving the refrigerator away from the outlet . wall , be careful not to roll over or damage the The refrigerator should always be plugged into its power cord . own individual electrical outlet which has a voltage rating that matches the rating plate . USEOFADAPTERPLUGS ( Adappl _ orgn , o _ t , _ i , _ inCanada ) Because of potential safe # / hazards under certain conditions , we strongly recommend against the use of an adapter plug . However , ffyou must use an adapter , where local If the adapter ground terminal breaks , D0 NOTUSE codes permit , a temp0raty connectionmay be made the refrigerator until a proper ground has been to a properly grounded 2 - prong wall outlet by use established . ofa UL - listed adapter available at most local Attachingtheadaptergroundterminaltoa wall outlet hardware stores . coverscrewdoesnotgroundtheapplianceunlessthe The larger slot in the adapter must be aligned with coverscrewis metal , andnotinsulateda , ndthewall the larger slot in the wall outlet to provide proper outletisgroundedthroughthehousewiring . Youshould polarity in the counecfion of the power cord . havethecircuitcheckedbyaqualifiedelectricianto make suretheoutletis properlygrounded . When disconnecting the power cord from the adapter , always hold the adapter in place with one hand while pulling the power cord plugwith the other hand . If this is not done , the adapter ground terminal is very likely to break with repeated use . READANDFOLLOWTHISSAFETYINFORMATIOCNAREFULLY . SAVETHESEINSTRUCTIONS 4
Aboutthecontrolsontherefrigerator . , , , _ . OF _ Appli , , , _ , o , , Initially , set the fresh food control at 5 and the freezer control at 5 and allow 12hours for the temperature to stabilize . Several adjustments may be required . Adjust the controls one increment at a time , and allow 12hours after each adjustment for the refrigerator to reach the temperature you set . Setting the freezer control to 0 stops cooling in both the fresh food and freezer compartments but does not shut off electrical power to the refrigerator , Control settings will vary based on personal preferences , usage , and operating conditions and may require more than one adjustment . 5
About the water filter cartridge . On some models Water Filter Cartridge Lining up the arrow on the cartridge and the cartridge holder , place the The water filter cartridge is located in the top of the new cartridge up inside back upper right comer of the refrigerator the holder . Do n0tpush it up into comparUnent - the holder . When to Replace the Filter on Slowlyturn it to the right until the filterEN . Models With a Replacement cartridge stops . DONOTOVERTIGHT Indicator Light As you turn the cartridge , it will automatically raise itself into position . There is a replacement indicator light for Cartridge willrotate about 1 / 2 turn . the water filter cartridge on the dispenser . This fight will turn orange to tell you that Run water from the dispenser for 3Uons you need to replace the filter soon . minutes ( about one and a halfga ) The filter cartridge should be replaced to dear the systemand prevent sputtering . when the replacement indicator light turns Placethe topof the cartridgeup red or if the flow of water to the dispenser insidethe cartridgeholderand 0 Pressand hold the RESETWATERFILTER or icemaker decreases . slowiyturn itto the right . pad ( on some models ) on the dispenser for 3 seconds . When to Replace the Filter on Models Without a Replacement NOTE : A newly - installedwater filter cacuidge may causewatertospurtfrom Indicator Light the dispenser . The filter cartridge should be replaced Filter Bypass Plug every six mouthsor earlier if the flow of water to the water dispenser or icemaker You must use the filter bypass plug decreases . when a replacement filter cartridge is not available . The dispenser and the icemaker Installing the Filter Cartridge will not operate without the filter or filter O If you are replacing the cartridge , first bypass plug . remove the old one by slowly turning it ReplacementRltors : to the left . Do ontpull down on the cartridge . A small amount of water may Toorderadditional flffer cartridgesin drip down . the United States , visitour Websito , vvww . GEApplionou _ com , orcall O On models without a replacement DEParts andAccessoties , 800 - 6 _ - 200Z ( onsomemode _ ) indicator light , apply the month and year sticker to the new cartridge to GWF remind you to replace the filter in shr Suggested Retail $ 34.95 m0ndm Customers in Canada should consult the Fill the replacement cartridge with water yellow pages for the nearest Camco Service fi'om the tap to allow for better flow Center . from the dispenser immediately after installation . About the shelves and bins . Not all features are on all models . Dins on the Fresh Food Compartment Door Adjustable bins can easily be carried from Thesnugger helps prevent tipping , spilling refrigerator to work area , or sliding of small items stored on the door shelf . Place a finger on either side of the To remove : Igt the front of the bin up , then divider near the rear and move it back pull out . and forth to fit your needs . To replace or relocate : Engage the bin in the molded supports of the door , and push in . 6 Bin will lock in place .
ww _ . GEAppliance _ cmn Rearranging the Shelves ReldgeretoSr helve _ " ToRemove ToReplace FreezerShelves : FreezerBasket _ TO Remove TO Remove Remove the basket by pulling it forward , lifting up the front , and sliding it past the stop location . Slide - Out Spillproof Sheff / onsomemodels ) The slide - out spillproof shelf allows you to Makesereyoupushtheshelvesall the wayback reach items stored behind others . The inbeforeyouclosethedoo _ special edges are designed to help prevent spillsfrom dripping to lower shelves . Spillproof Shelves ( onsomemodels ) Spillproofshelves have special edges to help prevent spills flom dripping to lower shelves . Quick Space Sheff ( onsomemodels ) This shelf splits in half and slides under itself for storage of tall items on the shelf below . Deep Deer Shelves Detachable shelfextenders deepen and To remo _ : Lift the shelf extender straight up enclose fixed door shelves , providing then pull out . more storage room and greater storage To replace : Engage the shelf extender in the flexibility . molded supports on the door and push in . It will lock in place . 7 IJ
About the additional features . Not all features are on all models . ShelfSaver TM Rack Use this rack to store beverage cans for easy access , It can also hold a 9 " x 13 " baking dish . About the crispersand pans . Not all features are on all models . Fruit and Vegetable Crispers Excess water that may accumulate in the bottom of the drawers should be wiped dry . Trivet and Divider ( onsomemodels ) The trivet is designed to keep your fruits and vegetables off the floor of the drawer and away from any moisture that might form . The divider will keep the larger fruits and vegetables from falling or rolling onto the more delicate ones . By lifting straight up on the divider , you can detach it fi'om the trivet and adjust it f _ m side to side , then push down and into position . Adjustable Humidity Crispers Slide the control all the way to the Slide the control all the way to the Low or Highor _ : , settingtoprovidehigh * * setting to provide lower humidity levels humidity recommended for most recommended for most fruits . vegetables . Convertible Meat Pan The convertible meat pan has its own cold Set control lever up to convert the pan air duct to allow a stream of cold air from to normal refrigerator temperature and the freezer compartment to flow around provide extra vegetable storage space . Cold the pan . air duct is turned off . Variable settings between these extremes can be selected . Thevariabletemperaturceormolregulates the air flow from the freezer compartment . Set control lever down to the coldest setting to store fresh meats . Iflever is left in meat position for a long period of time , some frost may form on the inside of the pan . 8
Aboutcrisperremoval Not all features are on all models . CrisperRemoval Crispers can easily be removed by tilting up If the door prevents you from taking out slightly and pulling past stop location . the crispers , the refrigerator will need to be rolled forward until the door opens enough to slide the crispers out . In some cases , when you roll the retiigerator out , you will need to move the refrigerator to the left as you roll it out . Whenreplacingthecrispers , make sure youslide them through the crisperguides . About the automatic icemaker . A newly - installed refrigerator may take 12 - 24 hours to begin making ice . Automatic leemaker ( onsomemodels ) If ice is not used frequently , old ice cubes will become doudy , taste stale and shlinL The icemaker will produce seven cubes If ice cubes get stuck in the icemaker , the per cycle - - approximately 100 - 130 cubes green power light will blink . To correct this , in a 24 - hour period , depending on freezer set the power switch to 0 ( off ] and remove compartment temperature , room the cubes . Set the power switch to I ( on ) to temperature , number of door openings and other use conditions . restart the icemaker . After the icemaker has been ttmled on again , there will be a delay If the refrigerator is operated before the of about 45 minutes before the icemaker water connection is made to the icemaker , resumes operation . set the power switch in the 0 ( off ) position . NOTE : Inhomeswith lower - than - averagweater When the refrigerator has been connected pressurey , oumayheartheicemakercyclemultiple to the water supply , set the power switch to timeswhenmakingonebatchof ice . the I ( onJposition . The icemaker will fill with water when it cools to 15 Â° E A newly - imtalled _ a'igerator may take 12 to 24 hours to begin making ice cubes . Throw awaythe firstfew batches of ice to allow the water line to dear . Be sure nothing interferes with the sweep of the feeler arm . There is an upper freezer shelf It is normal for several cubes to be joined above the icemaker that can be together . used for storage . Ice Storage Drawer Toaccession , pull the drawerout . Toremovethe drawerp , ull it straight out and lift it past the stoplocation . Icemaker Accessory Kit If your refligerator did not come already Cheek the back of the refrigerator for equipped with an automatic icemaker , the specific icemaker kit needed for an icemaker accessory kit is available at your model . extra cost . 9
Aboutthe ice and water dispenser . On some models To Use the Dispenser Select CUBEDICE _ , CRUSHEDICE Locking the Dispenser ( onsomemodels ) or WATER _ . Press the LOCK Press the glass gendy against the top of the CONTROLpad for 3 dispenser cradle . seconds to lock the dispenser and control The spill shelf is not serf - draining . To reduce water spotting , the shelf and its grille panel . To unlock , press should be cleaned regularly . and hold the pad again for 3 seconds . If nowateris dispensedwhentherefrigeratoirs first installed , theremaybeair inthe waterline \ Dispenser LigM I system . Pressthedispensearrmforat leasttwo SpilJSheff This pad turns the night minutestoremovetrappedair fromthewaterline IigMin the dispenser on andtofill thewatersystem . Toflushoutimpurities and off . The light also in thewaterline , throwawaythefirstsixglassfuls comes on when the of water . dispenser cradle is CAUTION : Neverput fingersoranyother pressed , ffthis light objectsinto theicecrushedrischargoepening . burns out , it should be replaced with a 6 watt maximum , 12volt DC bulb . Ice Storage Drawer on Dispenser Models Toremove : Set the icemaker power switch to the 0 ( off ) posidon . Pull the drawer straight out and then lift past the Mop position . Toreplace : When replacing the drawer , make sure to push it firmly into place . If it does not go all the way back , remove it and rotate the drive mechanism 1 / 4 turn . Then push the drawer back again . Important Facts About Your Dispenser â¢ Do not add ice fia3m trays or bags to â¢ Some crushed ice may be dispensed even the storage bin . It may not crush or though you selected CUBEDICEThis dispense well . happens occasionally when a few cubes have been left in the crusher . â¢ Avoid overfilling glass with ice and use of narrow glasses . Backed - up ice can jam the â¢ After crushed ice is dispensed , some chute or canse the door in the chute to water may drip flora the chute . fi'eeze shut . If ice is blocking the chute , â¢ Sometimes a small mound of snowwill poke it through with a wooden spoon . form on the door in the ice chute . This â¢ Beverages and foods should not be condition is normal and usually occurs quick - chilled in the ice storage bin . when you have dispensed crushed ice Cans , bottles or food packages in the repeatedly . The snow will eventually storage bin may cause the icemaker evaporate . or auger tojam . â¢ To keep dispensed ice from missing the glass , put the glass dose to , but not fO touching , the dispenseropening .
Careandcleaningoftherefrigerator . , . 6 linnca , , Cleaning the Outside The door handlesand _ m . Clean with a Thedispeneer ddp area , ( on some models ) beneath the grille , should be wiped dry . Water cloth dampened with soapy water . Dry with a soft cloth . left in this area may leave deposits . Remove the deposits by adding undiluted vinegar to Keeptheoutsideclean . Wipe with a clean the well . Soak until the deposits disappear doth lightly dampened with kitchen or become loose enough to rinse away . appliance wax or mild liquid dish detergent . Dispenserdriparea . The dispenser cradle ( on some models ) . Dry and polish with a clean , soft doth , Before cleaning , lock the dispenser by Donot wipetherefrigeratowr itha soileddish pressing and holding the LOCI ( CON1710L clothor wet towel Thesemayleavea residue pad for 3 seconds . Clean with warm water thatcanerodethepaint . Donotusescouring and baking soda solution - about a pads , powderedcleanersb , leachorcleaners tablespoon ( 15 ml ) of baldng soda to a containinbgleachbecausetheseproductscan quart ( 1 l ) of water . Rinse thoroughly scratchandweakenthepaint finish . and wipe dry . Cleaning the Inside Tohelppreventodorsl , eave an open box of Drainopeninginfreezercompartment . baking soda in the fresh food and freezer During yearly cleaning , remove bottom compartments . freezer basket and flush a soludon of baking soda - - 1 teaspoon ( 5 lift ) and 2 cups ( 500 Unplugthersfrigerntorbefore cleaning . If this ml ) of hot ( not boding ) water - through the is not practical , wring excess moisture out of drain line with the help of a meat baster . sponge or cloth when deaning around This willhelp eliminate odor and reduce switches , lights or controls . the likelihood of a clogged drain line . If Use warm water and baking soda solution - - drain becomes dogged , use a meat baster about a tablespoon ( 15 ml ) of baking soda and baking soda solution to force the clog through the drain line . to a quart ( 1 1 ) of water . This both deans and neutralizes odors . Rinse and wipe dry . Avoid cleaningcoldglass shelveswith hot water because the extremetemperaturedifference may After cleaning the door gaskets , apply a thin causethem to break . Handleglass shelves layer of petroleum jelly to the door gaskets carefully . Bumpingtemperedglass cancause it to at the hinge side . This helps keep the shatte _ gasketsfrom sticking and bending out of shape . Donot washanyplasticrefrigeratopar rtsin the dishweshe _ Condenser There is no need for routine condenser Cleaning b _ econdenser . The condenser is located inside the back cleaning in normal home operating environments . However , in environments of the refrigerator . To access it , first unplug the refrigerator . Then remove the access that may be particularly dusty or greasy , the condenser should be cleaned periodically cover . The condenser is on the right side . for ellident refligemtor operation . 11
Care and cleaning of the refrigerator . Behind the Refrigerator Be careful when moving the refrigerator Whenpushingtherefrigeratobr ack , makesure awayfrom the wall . All types of floor youdon'trolloverthepowercordoricemaker supplyline ( onsomemodels ) . coverings can be damaged , particularly cushioned coverings and those with embossed surfaces . Pull the refrigerator straight out and return it to position by pushing it straight in . Moving the refvigemtor in a side direction may result in damage to the floor coveting or refrigerator . Preparing for Vacation For long vacations or absences , remove If the temperature can drop below fi - eezing , food and tmplug the refrigerator . Clean the have a qualified servicer drain the water interior with a baking soda solution of one supply system ( on some models ) to prevent tablespoon ( 15 ml ) of baking soda to one serious propertydamage due to flooding . quart ( 1 l ) of water . Leave the doors open . Set the icemaker power switch to the 0 ( o / / ] position and shut off the water supply to the refrigerator . Preparing to Move Secure all loose items such as grille , shelves and drawers by taping them securely in place to prevent damage . Besuretherefrigeratosr taysinanuprightpositionduringmoving . 12
Replacingthelighthulbs . Turning the control to the 0 ( off ) position does not remove power to the light circuit . Fresh Food Compartment - - Upper Light 9 ) Unplug the refrigerator . 0 Plug the refrigerator backin . The bulb islocated behind the contloh . Replace with an appliance bulb of the same or lower wattage . Fresh Food Compartment - - Lower Light ( onsomemodels ) This light is / ocated abovethe top drawer . After replacing with an gappliancee , bulb of the same or lower watta Unplug the refiigerator . replace the shield . _ Grasp the lip at the bottom of the light Plug the refrigerator back in . shield and pull it up and forward . Freezer Compartment Unplug the refrigerator . _ After replacing with an appliance bulb of the same or lower wattage , _ Remove the shelf just belowlight shield . reinstall the shield by hanging it ( The shelf win be easier to remove if it is from the three tabs . emptied first . ) Reinstall the shelf and plug the Lift up on the light shield to remove . refrigerator back in . Dispenser Unplug the refrigerator . Replace the bulb with a bulb of the same size and wattage . The bulb is located on the dispenser under the control panel . Plug the refrigerator back in . Remove the lightbulb by turning it counterclockwise . 13
Installation Refrigerator Instructions Models 20 , 22 , 25 I Questions ? Carl 800 - GE - CARES ( 800 - 432 - 2737 ) or visit our Websiteat : www . GEAppliances . com In Canada , call 1 - 800 - 361 - 3400orvisitourWet _ iteat : vvvvw . gaappliances . ca I BEFORE YOU BEGIN CLEARANCES Read these instructions completely and carefully . Allow the following clearances for ease ofinstalladon , proper air circulation and plumbing and electrical â¢ IMPORTANT - Savtehese connections . instructions for local inspector's use . â¢ Sides 1 / 8 " ( 4 ram ) â¢ IMPORTANT - Ohse , vaell â¢ Top 1 " ( 25 ram ) governing codes and ordinances . â¢ Back 1 " ( 25 mm ) â¢ Note to Installer - Be sure to leave these A door clearance of 3 / 4 " ( 19 ram ) is needed for a 90g instructions with the Consumer . door opening which provides better access to the food â¢ Note to Consumer - Keep these instructions storage area . for future reference . â¢ Skilllevel - Installation of this appliance requires basic mechanical skills . ROLLERS â¢ Completion time - Refrigerator Installation 15 minutes The rolters have 3 purposes : â¢ Proper installation is the responsibility of the â¢ Rollers adjust so the door closes easily when opened installer . about halfway . â¢ Product failure due to improper installation is not â¢ Roners adjust so the refiigerator is firmly positioned on covered under the Warranty . the floor and does not wobble . â¢ Rollers allow you to move the refrigerator awayfrom the wall for cleaning . WATER SUPPLY TO THE ICEMAKER To adjust the rollml , remove the base grille by pulling it ( on some models ) out at the bottom . If the refrigerator has an icemaker , it will have to be connected to a cold water line . AGE water supply kit ( containing tubing , shutoffvalve , fittings and instrncdons ) is available at extra cost from your dealer , by visiting our Website at www . GEAppliances . eom ( in Canada , at www . geappliances . ca ) or from Parts and Accessories , 800 - 626 - 2002 . Turn the roller adjusting screws dockwise to raise the refiigerator , counterclockwise to loweT it - Use an adjustable wrench ( 3 / 8 " hex head bolt ) or pliers . REFRIGERATOR LOCATION â¢ Do not install the refrigerator where the temperature will go below 60 Â° F ( 16 Â° C ) because it will not run often enough to maintain proper temperatures . â¢ Install it on a floor strong enough to support it fully To replace base grille , line up the clips on back ofgriUe loaded . between the bar and the bottom of the cabinet . Push forward until grille maps into place . 14
Installation Instructions DOOR ALIGNMENT After leveling , make sure that doors are even at the top . To make the doors even , adjust the refrigerator door . O Using a 5 / 16 " socket wrench , turn the door adjusting screw to the right to raise the door , to the left to lower it . ( A nylon plug , embedded in the threads of the pin , prevents the pin from umting unless a wrench is used . ) After one or two turns of the wrench , open and close the fresh food door and check the alignment at the top of the doors . Toremovtehebase grilleo , pe _ thedoms andth _ Nil the g _ illestraighotut , - - _ Raise 15
Installation Instructions INSTALLING THE WATER LINE BEFORE YOU BEGIN WHAT YOU WILL NEED Recommended copper water supply kits are WX8X2 , WX8X3 or WX8X4 , depending on the amount of tubing you need . Approved plastic water supply lines are GE SmartConnect TM Refrigerator Tubing ( WX08X10002 , WX08X10006 , WX08X10015 and WX08X10025 ) . â¢ Copper or GE SmartConnect TM Refrigerator Tubing When connecting your refrigerator to a GE Reverse kit , 1 / 4 u outer diameter to connect the refrigerator to Osmosis Water System , the only approved installationr the water supply . If using copper , be sure both ends of is with a GE RVKit . For other reverse osmosis wate the tubing are cut square . systems , follow the manufacturer's recommendations . To determine how much tubing you need : measure If the water supply to the refrigerator is from a Reverse the distance from the water valve on the back of the Osmosis Water Filtration System AND the refrigerator refrigerator to the water supply pipe . Then add 8 ' also has a water filter , use the refrigerator's filter bypass ( 2.4 m ) . Be sure there is sufficient extra tubing ( about plug . Using the refrigerator's water filtration cartridge 8 " [ 2.4 m ] coiled into 3 turns of about 10u [ 25 cm ] in conjunction with the RO filter can result in hollow diameter ) to allow the refrigerator to move out from ice cubes and slower water flow from the water the wall after installation . dispenser . GE SmartConnect TM Refrigerator Tubing Kits are This water line installation is not warranted by the available in the following lengths : refrigerator or icemaker manufacturer . Follow these 2 " ( . 6 m ) - WX08X10002 instructions carefully to minimize the risk of expensive 6 " ( 1.8 m ) - WX08X10006 water damage . 15 ' ( 4.6 m ) - WX08X10015 25 " ( 7.6 m ) - WX08X10025 Water hammer ( water banging in the pipes ) in house plumbing can cause damage to refrigerator parts and Be sure that the kit you select allows at least 8 ' ( 2.4 m ) lead to water leakage or flooding . Call a qualified as described above . plumber to correct water hammer before installing NOTE : The only GE approved plastic tubing is that the water supply line to the refrigerator . supplied in GE SmartConnect TM Refrigerator Tubing To prevent burns and product damage , do not hook kits . Do not use any other plastic water supply line up the water line to the hot water line . because the line is under pressure at all times . Certain types of plastic will crack or rupture with age and cause If you use your refrigerator before connecting the water damage to your home . water line , make sure the icemaker power switch is in the 0 ( off ) position . Do not install the icemaker tubing in areas where temperatures fall below freezing . When using any electrical device ( such as a power drill ) during installation , be sure the device is double insulated or grounded in a manner to prevent the hazard of electric shock , or is battery powered . All installations must be in accordance with local plumbing code requirements . 16
Installation Instructions Install the shutoffvalve on the nearest frequently used drinking water line . WHAT YOU WILL NEED ( CONT . ) â¢ AGE water supply kit ( containing tubing , shutoff [ ] SHUT OFF THE MAIN WATER valve and fittings listed below ) is available at extra SUPPLY cost from your dealer or from Parts and Accessories , 800 - 626 - 2002 . Turn on the nearest faucet long enough to clear the â¢ A cold water supply . The water pressure must be line of water . between 20 and 120 p . s . i . ( 1.4 - 8.2 bar ) on models without a water filter and between 40 and 120 p . s . i . ( 2.8 - 8.2 bar ) on models with a water filter . [ ] CHOOSE THE VALVE LOCATION Choose a location for the valve that is easily accessible . It is best to connect into the side of a vertical water pipe . When it is necessary to connect â¢ Power drill . into a horizontal water pipe , make the connection to the top or side , rather than at the bottom , â¢ 1 / 2 _ or adjustable wrench . to avoid drawing off any sediment from the â¢ Straight and Phillips blade screwdriver . water pipe . â¢ Two 1 / 4 = outer diameter compression nuts and 2 ferrules ( sleeves ) to connect the copper tubing to the shutoffvalve and the refrigerator water valve . OR â¢ If you are using a GE SmartConnect TM Refrigerator Tubing kit , the necessary fittings are preassembled to [ ] DRILL THE HOLE FOR THE VALVE the tubing . Drill a 1 / 4 " hole in the water pipe ( even if using a self - piercing valve ) using a sharp bit . Remove any burrs resulting from drilling the hole in the pipe . Take care not to allow water to drain into the drill . Failure to drill a 1 / 4 " hole may result in reduced ice production or smaller cubes . â¢ If your existing copper water line has a flared fitting at the end , you will need an adapter ( available at plumbing supply stores ) to connect the water line to the refrigerator OR you can cut off the flared fitting with a tube cutter and then use a compression fitting . Do not cut formed end from GE SmartConnect TM Refrigerator tubing . â¢ Shutoff valve to connect to the cold water line . The shutoffvalve should have a water inlet with a minimum inside diameter of 5 / 32 " at the point of connection to the COLD WATER LINE . Saddle - type shutoffvalves are included in many water supply kits . Before purchasing , make sure a saddle - type valve complies with your local plumbing codes . 17
Installation Instructions INSTALLING THE WATER LINE ( cont . ) [ ] FASTEN THE SHUTOFF VALVE [ ] CONNECT THE TUBING TO THE VALVE Fasten the shutoffvalve to the cold water pipe with the pipe clamp . Place the compression nut and ferrule ( sleeve ) for copper tubing onto the end of the tubing and PipeClamp connect it to the shutoffvalve . Make sure the tubing is fully inserted into the valve . Tighten the compression nut securely . For plastic tubing from a GE SmartConnect TM Refrigerator Tubing kit , insert the molded end Saddle - Type ShutofVf alve of the tubing into the shutoffvalve and tighten WaterPipe compression nut until it is hand tight , then tighten one additional turn with a wrench . Overtightening NOTE : Commonwealth of Massachusetts Plumbing may cause leaks . Codes 248CMR shall be adhered to . Saddle valves are illegal and use is not permitted in Massachusetts . Consult with your licensed plumber . Saddle4ype SmaflConneTMct ShutoffValve _ 1 _ Tubing [ ] TIGHTEN THE PIPE CLAMP Tighten the clamp screws until the sealing washer PackingNut begins to swell . OutletValve - - - - Ferrule ( sleeve ) NOTE : Do not overtighten or you may crush the tubing . NOTE : Commonwealth of Massachusetts Plumbing Codes 248CMR shall be adhered to . Saddle valves PipeClamp _ _ lnlet End are illegal and use is not permitted in Massachusetts . , Washer Consult with your licensed phtmber . [ ] FLUSH OUT THE TUBING Turn the main water supply on and flush out the tubing until the water is clear . Shut the water off at the water valve after about ROUTE THE TUBING one quart ( 1 liter ) of water has been flushed through the tubing . Route the tubing between the cold water line and the refrigerator . Route the tubing through a hole drilled in the wall or floor ( behind the refrigerator or adjacent base cabinet ) as close to the wall as possible . NOTE : Be sure there is sufficient extra tubingut ( about 8 ' [ 2.4 m ] coiled into 3 turns of abo 10 " [ 25 cm ] diameter ) to allow the refrigerator to move out from the wall after installation . 18
Installation Instructions [ ] CONNECT THE TUBING TO THE [ ] CONNECT THE TUBING TO THE REFRIGERATOR REFRIGERATOR ( CONT . ) NOTES : Insert the end of the tubing into the refrigerator connection as far as possible . While holding the â¢ Before making the connection to the refrigerator , tubing , tighten the fitting . be sure the refrigerator power cord is not plugged into the wall outleL For plastic tubing from a GE SmartConnect â¢ If your refrigerator does not have a water filter , we Refrigerator Tubing kit , insert the molded end of recommend installing one ff your water supply the tubing into the refrigerator connection and has sand or particles that could clog the screen of tighten the compression nut until it is hand tight , the refrigerator's water valve . Install it in the water then tighten one additional turn with a wrench . line near the refrigerator . If using a GE Over tightening may cause leaks . SmartConnect TM Refrigerator Tubing kit , you Fasten the tubing into the clamp provided as will need an additional tube ( WX08Xl0002 ) shown to keep it in position . You may need to pry to connect the filter . Do not cut plastic tube open the clamp . to install filter . One of the illustrations below will look like the Some models have the refrigerator connection at connection on your refrigerator . the end of tubing located outside the compressor compartment access cover . On other models , the Tubing . compressor compartment access cover must be Clamp removed in order to access the refrigerator Tubing connection at the water valve . Ferrule ( sleeve ) SmartConr _ T - Mt Cecmectio _ Tubing 1 / 4 _ 1 / 4 _ Tubing , Cetnprsssioo Tubing Clamp Nut On models using the refrigeration connection at the water valve , remove the plastic flexible cap . Ferrule SmartConnTeMct C0nc _ ti0n Tul _ ng Place the compression nut and ferrule ( sleeve ) [ ] TURN THE WATER ON AT THE onto the end of the tubing as shown . On a GE SHUTOFF VALVE SmartConuect Refrigerator Tubing kit , the nuts are already assembled to the tubing . Tighten any connections that leak . Reattach the access cover . 19
Installation Instructions INSTALLING THE WATER LINE ( cont . ) [ ] PLUG IN THE REFRIGERATOR START THE ICEMAKER Arrange the coil of tubing so that it does not vibrate Set the icemaker power switch to the I ( on ) position . against the back of the refrigerator or against the The icemaker will not begin to operate until it reaches its operating temperature of 15 Â° F ( - 9 Â° C ) wall . Push the refrigerator back to the wall . or below . It will then begin operation automatically if the icemaker power switch is in the I ( on ) position . NOTE : In lower water pressure conditions , the water valve may turn on up to 3 times to deliver enough water to the icemaker . 2O
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Normaloperatingsounds . The new high efficiency compressor runs faster and will have a higher pitch hum or pulsating sound while operaung . " _ ' - The fan circulating air reside the freezer which keeps the temperatures throughout . on the defrost heater causing a sizzling , hissing or popping sound during the defrost cycle . , The flow of refrigerant through the freezer cooling cotls sounds like boiling wateror a gurgling noise . , Crackingor popping of cooling cods caused by expansion and contraction dunng defrost and refiageradon following defrost as it melts from the evaporator and flows to the drain pan during the defrost cycle . Icemaker Ionsomemodelsl The icemaker water valve will buzz when the tcemaker fills with water . If the power switch is m the ! ( on ) pos _ don , it will buzz even if it has not yet been hooked up to water Keeping the power switch m the I ( on ) position before it is hooked up to water can damage the memaker . To prevent this , set the power switch to the 0 ( off ) posinon This will stop the buzzing . The sound of cubes dropping into the bin and water running m pipes as icemaker refills . These sounds are normal and are due mostly to highly efficient operation . Before you carl for service . . . Savetimeandmoney ! Rl ewewthe chartsonthe following pagesfirstand you maynotneedto callforservice , _ roubleshootingtips Possible Causes What To Do Balt _ ralr db _ eet ' Refrigerator hi de frost cycle . * Wait about 30 minutes for defrost cycle to end . Freeze _ control â¢ Move the freezer control to a temperature setting . in O ( off ) position . Refrlgea - atar is unplugged . â¢ Push the plug completely into the outlet . The fuse is blown / circuit â¢ Replace fuse or reset the breaker . breaker is tripped . [ / _ tm / _ 7 _ ' m _ inl / Front rollers need adjusting . * See Rollers . fsl _ _ nmlw _ 22
wwvz . GEApplianc _ com Possible Causes What To Do ll _ W " el _ rml _ Normal whe _ a refrigerator â¢ Wmt 24 hours for the refrigerator to completely is pl din , colodown ( Madem nffrilleca _ m Often occurs whe _ _ â¢ Thts is normal tV _ m _ vtV _ amotmts of food rare . placed in refrigerato _ / Ir _ i _ t Â¢ _ Door left open . * Check to see if package is holding door open . Hot weather or frequent * This , s normal . b m _ ain _ . door openings . Temperature controls * See Aboutthe controls . set at the coldest _ mg . / _ # rJl , llealr Temperattwe control not set â¢ See Aboutthe controls . _ _ wa _ coldenoug _ Warm weather or frequent â¢ Set the temperature control one step colder door o _ See Aboutthe controls . Doorlefotpen . â¢ Checkto see ffpackage isholding door open . g ' _ f _ nt / S Door left open . - Check to see if package isholding door open . _ ttdff _ TOOfrequent or too long iS , _ _ / ) door openings . _ ' l _ t _ _ _ Automatic energy saver â¢ This helps prevent condensauon on the outside . tmd _ system circulates wren liquid mound front edge _ of fzeezer compartment . Almma Â¢ mmint Icemaker power switch â¢ Set the power switch to the I ( ml ) position . ab _ is in the 0 ( o _ ) posltlon . WateT supply turned off or â¢ See Installing the water line . not connected . Freezer compartment * Wait 24 hours for the refrigerator to completely too warm . cool down . Piled up cubes in the storage â¢ Level cubes by hand . bin cause the icemaker toshut off . Ice cubes stack in icemaker . â¢ Turn off the memaker , remove cubes , and turn the ( Green power light on icemaker back on . icemaker bllnldng ) . / c @ _ he _ Ice storage bin needs cleaning . â¢ Empty and wash bin . Discard old cubes . Food transmitting odor / taste â¢ Wrap foods well . to ice cubes . Interior of refi _ eramr â¢ See Care and cleamng . needs cleaning . â¢ _ ff f / _ i _ V _ I _ S , . Water filter dogged . * Replace filter carmdge with new cai - tndge or with plug . r S / # W _ _ Door left open . â¢ Check to see if package is holding door open Temperatm - e control not set â¢ SeeAbout the controls . cold , mongh . _ m _ ' e / _ Door gasket on hinge side * Apply petroleum jelly on face of gasket . slicking or folding over . r _ / _ Defrost heater is on . â¢ This is normal . t _ frse _ r 23
Before you call forservice . . . Possible Causes What To Do c _ a _ tw _ ramtt = t Icemaker turned off or â¢ Turn on memaker or water supply . wmkloa _ we mdels ) water supply turned off . Ice cubes are frozen to â¢ Remove cubes . icemaker feeler artm damp , in â¢ Break up with fingertip pressure and discard storage contains . remaining dumps . â¢ Freezer may be too warm . Adjust the fi'eezer control to a colder setting , one posmon at a dme , until clumps do not form . Dispenser is LOCKED . * Press and hold the LOCKCONTROLpad for 3 seconds mmPr / w . mer ' - _ Water dispenser has not been â¢ Dispeuse water unul all water in system is replemshed . ( easawellleda _ used for a long thne . [ _ 4ltrh _ U / aS _ Normal wben refrigerator â¢ Wait 24 hours for the refrigerator to completely tqA'lm ( _ _ nwds _ is first h ] staned , cool down . Wate _ dispenzer has not been " Dispense water unnl afi water in system is replemshed . used for a long time . Water system has been drain _ L â¢ Allow several hours for replenished supply to chin . _ d _ t _ mlutd _ s Water supply line turned * See Installingthe water line . n _ mm _ , / _ _ off or not connected . WateT filter dogged . â¢ Replace filter carmdge or remove filter and install plug . Ah " may be trapped in the * Press the dispenser arm for at least two minutes , water _ yst _ a . _ nser is LOCKED . * Press and hold the fOIKCONTROL pad for 3 seconds . iq _ ef _ qllg lh _ Newly - hu _ talled filter cartrldge . â¢ Run water from the chspenser for 3 minutes ( about ' one and a half gallous ) . I / _ _ Water in reservohr is â¢ Call for serwce . t _ is _ frozen . NO tat , Jwrm'i _ _ Supply line or shutoff â¢ Call a plumber v eisdogg Water filter dogged . â¢ Replace filter carmdge or remove filter and tustall plug . _ mer is LOCKED . * Press and hold the LOCKCONTROLpad for 3 seconds l _ nrffi _ Wm " k _ _ Foods transmitting â¢ Foods with strong odors should be ughdy wrapped . odor to refrigerator . â¢ Keep an open box of baking soda m the refrigerator ; replace every three months Interior needs cleaning . * See Careand cleaning Defrost water _ h'ainage â¢ See Careand cleaning . _ tem need _ _ . _ m Not unusual during â¢ Wipe surface dry . ma a Ommr : petin ofhlghhmidity . _ l _ ll _ ilUiff # - Too frequent or too ( iHhlmM _ _ l " long door openings . can _ m 8 / lit _ , f / mtzdut _ l _ d _ ' No power at outlet . * Replace fuse or reset the breaker _ ' " ' * " Light bulb burned out . â¢ See Replacingthe hghtbulbs . , . = i _ r m Id _ / _ X ' ) _ " K Drain in the bottom of â¢ See Care and cleaning . @ n / _ W _ / # ' @ _ K thef _ ezerdogged . 24 Cubesjammedin chute . â¢ Poke me through with a wooden spoon .
ww _ . GEAppliance _ com Possible Causes What ToDo Ilatait fmmlA _ t _ m Normal air flow cooling motor . In the refxlger _ on proce _ it is normal that heat be expoUed in the area trader the refrigerator . Some floor coverhzgs are sensitlve and will discolor at these normal and safe temperatm _ CtmEDICEw _ Last setfingw " _ CRUSHEDIC / E * A few cubes were left m the crusher fi - om the previous betCRUStEDICEwas setung . This ts normal . CONSUMER WARRANTY ( for customers in Canada ) Your refrigerator is warranted to be flee of defects in material and workmanship . What is covered How LongWarranted Parts Labour ( From Date of Sale ) Repairor oReplacen at Camco'sOpti Compressor Ten ( 10 ) Years Ten ( 10 ) Years JTen ( 10 ) Years Sealed System ( including Five ( 5 ) Years Frve ( 5 ) Years ! Five ( 5 ) Years evaporator , condenser tubingand refdgerant ) All Other Parts One ( 1 ) Year One ( 1 ) Year One ( 1 ) Year TERMS AND CONDITIONS : WHAT IS NOT COVERED : This warranty applies only for single â¢ Service trips to your home to teach you how family domestic use in Canada when the to use the product . Refrigerator has been properly installed â¢ Damage to finish after delivery . according to the instructions supplied by â¢ Improper installation - - - properinstallation Camco and is connected to an adequate includesadequate air circulationto the and proper utihtyservice . refrigerationsystem , adequate electrical , Damage due to abuse , accident , commercial plumbingand other connecting facilities . use , and aiteratnonor defacing of the serial â¢ Replacement of house fuses or resettingof plate cancels all obligabonsof thiswarranty . circuntbreakers . Service duringthis warranty must be performed â¢ Replacement of lightbulbs . by an Authorized Camco Service Agent . â¢ Damage to product caused by accident , fire , Neither Camco nor the Dealer is liable for any floods or acts of God . claims or damages resultingfrom any failure of the Refngerator or from service delays â¢ Loss of food due to spoilage . beyond their reasonable control . â¢ Proper use and care of product as listed To obtain warranty service , purchaser must in the owner's manual , proper setting of present the original billof sale Components controls . repanrador replacedare warranted through the â¢ WARRANTOR IS NOT RESPONSIBLE remainder of the onginalwarranty penodonly . FOR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES . This warranty is in additionto any statutory warranty . IMPORTANT Keep this warranty and your bill of sale as proof of original purchase and purchase date , Camce Se _ ce is available coast to coast . Staple your receipt here . I If further help is needed concerning thiswarranty , contact : Pmof of the ongmal purchase I Manager , Consumer Relations , Camco Inc . , date _ sneeded to obtain service 25 Suite 310 , 1 Factory Lane , Moncton , N . B . E1C 9M3 under the warranty
Refrigerator Warranty . ( Foer . stomie . rtsheUmteStdates ) All warranW service providedby our Factory Service Centers , Staple your receipt here . or an authorized CustomerCare Â® techmclan . Toschedule service , 41 Proof of the originalpurchase on - line , 24 hoursa day , contact us at _ GEAppllancescorn , or date Is needed to obtain sentlce carl800 - GE - CARES under the warranty GE Will Replace : _ Anypattof the refrigerator which fails due to a defect in materials or workmanship . R'omthe da _ ofti _ e During th _ _ ll one - year watralW , GEwillalso provtde , lrae ef charge , all labor and m . home _ t _ ha _ service to replace the defective part . Rm _ Any patt of the sealedrefrigeratinsgystem ( the compressor , condenser , evaporator om # ai daw â¬ and all connecting tubing ) wtuch fails due to a defect in materials or workmanslup . During ttus _ ll five - yearsealedrefrigeratingsystemwarrantyG , , Ewill also provide , free of charge , 1 all laborandm - homeservzceto replacethe defectivepartin the sealedrefrigerating system . II Sea'vicetrips to your home to teach you how to use the II Replacement of the wate _ filter cartridge due to water prodac pressure that is outside the specified operatlng range or due to excessive sedime _ nt in the water slapply . IIImproper installation . IIReplacement of veate _ filter cartridge aft _ its expected IIFailm'eof the product if it is abused , nfisused , or used for useful llfe . other than the inteaaded p _ or used commordany . II Damage to the product caused by accident , fire , floods or IIILoss of food due to spoilage . acts of God . I Replacement of house ftLqmor resetthlg of circuit â¢ Inddental or consequential damage caused by possible breakers . defects with this appliance . Thtswarranty is extended to the originalpurchaser and any succeeding owner forproductspurchased for home use within the USA . In Alaska , the warranty excludes the cost of shippingor service calls to yourhome . Some states do notallow the exclusionor limitationof incidental or consequentialdamages . Thiswarranty gives you specific legal rights , and you may alsohave other rights which vary from state to state . Toknow what your legal rightsare , consult yourlocal or state consumeraffairs office or your state'sAttorney General . Warrantor . General Electric Company . Louisville , KY 40225 26
Performance Data Sheet GE SmartWater Filtration System GWF Cartridge Health Claim Performance Certified by NSF / ANSI * 100 % safety factors bui / t in for unmetered usage ) Standard No . 42 : Aesthetic Effects Paz - axneter USEPA Influe _ nt Effluem % Reduction MCL Average Minimtma Chlorine 1.9 ppm 0.02 ppm 0.05 ppm 98.90 % 97.37 % T & O I Otall _ ge Average ] Partkxtlate * * 200,000 3,978 7,800 98.00 % 96.10 % Standard No . 53 : Health Effects Pm - ameter USEPA Influent _ t % Reduction MCL Ch _ Gmge Average Maxhmnn Average Minlmltm 1 NTU * * * 24.3 NTU Turbidity 0.07 NTU 0.1 NTU 99.71 % 99.59 % 99.95 % Reduction cysts 105,750 26 55 99.97 % 99.95 % Lead at PH 6.5 15 pph 160 ppb 99.37 % 99.37 % 1 ppb 1 ppb Lead at pH 8.5 15 ppb 150ppb 1.8 ppb 4.3 ppb 98.8O % 97.13 % Lindane 0.0002 ppm 0.00062 ppm 0.90005 ppm 0.00005 ppm 91.93 % 91.93 % Awazine 0.003 ppm 0.0084 ppm 76.19 % 64.28 % 0.002 ppm 0.003 ppm 2,4 - D 0.100 ppm 0.272 ppm 84.89 % 67.63 % 0.042 ppm 0.090 ppm Asbestos 99 % 690 MFL / ml 0.32 MFL / ml 1.2 MFL / ml 99.95 % 99.82 % * Testedusinga flow rate of 0.5gpm ; pressureof 120psig ; pH of Z5 _ 0.5 ; temp . of 20 _ Z5 C * * Measurementinpar _ cles / ml * * * NTU = Nephe / ometn'cUnits Operating Specifications â¢ Capacity : certified for up to 300 gallons ( 1135 l ) ; up to six months for models without a replacement filter indicator light ; up to one year for models with a replacement filter indicator light INPressure requirement : 40 - 120 psi ( 2 . _ 8.2 bar ) , non - shock â¢ Temperature : 33 - 100 F ( 0.6 - 38 C ) â¢ Flow rate : 0.5 gpm ( 1.9 lpm ) General Installation / Operation / Maintenance Requirements â¢ Flush new cartridge at full flow for 3 minutes to purge out trapped air . â¢ Replace cartridge when flow becomes too slow . Special Notices â¢ Installation instructions ; parts and service availability ; and standard warranty are included with the product when shipped . I This drinking water system must be maintained according to manufacturer's instructions , including replacement of filter cartridges . â¢ Do not use with water that is microbiologically unsafe or of unknown quality without adequate disinfection before or after the system . Systems certified for cyst reduction may be used on disinfected water that may contain filterable cysts . IThe contaminants or other substances removed or reduced by this water treatment system are not necessarily in your water . â¢ Check for compliance with the state and local laws and regulations . System Tested and Cet titled by NSF lntemadonai against ANSI / NSF Standard 42 & 53 for the reduction of : Standard No . 42 : Aesthetic Effects Standard No . 53 : Health Effects Chemical Unit Chemical Reduction Unit Taste and Odor Reduction Lead and Atrazine Reduction Chlorine Reduction , Class I Lindane and 2,4 - D Reduction Mechanical Filtration Unit Mechanical Filtration Unit Particulate Reduction , Class I Turbidity Reduction Cyst and Asbestos Reduction Manufactured for : General Electric Company , Lottisville , KY 40225 2 7
State of California Department of Health Services Water Treatment Device Certificate Number 00 - 1434 Date Issued : May 30 , 2000 Date Revised : Febnmry 9 , 2001 Trademarl _ Model Deslenation . . . . . . . Revlaeement Elements GE Smart Water Filtration Systems _ G _ , : , _ ; _ i _ GWF06 GE Smart Water Filt mti0n , tty _ lam _ W _ _ : , - - _ ' _ G _ W / Manufacturer : , G _ ' _ Appliances Cysts ( Atra _ ne ' , / Lmdane : , 2,4 - D Rated Service Capacity : 300 gallons * Rated Service Flow : 0.5 gpm * 500 gallons for models that Include a replacement filter Indicator light . Do not use where water Is mlcrobiologlcally unsafe or with water of unknown quality , except that systems claiming cyst reduction may be used on water containing cysts . For Purchases Made In lowa : This form must be signed and dated by the buyer and seller prior to the consummation of this sale . This form should be retained on file by the seller for a minimum of two years . BUYER : SELLER : Name Name Address Address City State Zip City State Zip Signature Date Signature Date 28
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