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ge . com Safety In _ Ttructions . . . . . . . . . . . 2 , 3 ¢ ; Operating Instruc _ tions N Models 20 and22 Additional Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Automatic Icemaker . . . . . . . . . . . 12 ¢ ; Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 6 ¢ ; Cong _ lateur inl % rieur Crispers and Paras . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Freezer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Shelves and Bins . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 , 9 R frig & ateurs V { ater Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Care and Cleaning . . . . . . . . 13 - 15 La section fran _ aise commence a la page 47 Installation Instructions Installing the Refligerator . . . . l 7 - 91 Installing the _ A'ater Line . . . . . 31 - 33 © Congelador inferior Preparing to Install the Refligerator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Refrigeradores Removing and Replacing the Freezer Drawer . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 , 23 Reversing the Door Swing ( Single Door Refiigerator Models only ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 - 27 La seccion en espa # ol empieza en la pagina 89 Removing and Replacing ¢ ) the Doors ( Double Door Refrigerator Models only ) . . . . 28 - 30 Troubleshooting Tips . . . . . . . 34 - 38 Normal Operating Sounds . . . . . . 34 bb Consumer Support Consumer Support . . . . . Back Cover Performance Data Sheet . . . . . . . . 45 Product Registration for Canadian Customers . . . . . 41,42 Product Registration for U . S . Customers . . . . . . . . . . 9,9 , 40 V { arranty fox Canadian Customers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Warranty fox U . S . Customers . . . . . 44 Write the model and serial numbers here : Model # Serial # Find these numbex _ on a label on the right side , near the top ot the refl'igerator compartment . 3828JL8069C 197D4618PO08 49 - 60452 01 - 06JR
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iMPORTANTSAFETYiNFORMATiON . READALLiNSTRUCTiONBSEFOREUSING . WARNING ! Use this appliance only for its intended purpose as described in this Owner's Manual . SAFETYPRECAUTIONS When using electrical appliances , basic safety precautions should be followed , including the following : _ : i : This refl - Jgerator must be properl _ installed i ( i'In refl _ igeratm5 Mth automatic icemake _ s , and located in accordance with the Installation avoid contact with tile moving parts ( ff tile Instructions before it is used . ejector mechanism , or with tile heating element that releases tile cubes . Do not place finge _ or i ) : : Do not allow children to climb , stand or hang hands on tile automatic icemaking mechanism on the shelves in the refi _ igeratm : They could while tile reli _ igerator is plugged in . damage the refi _ igerator and seriously injm'e themselves . i ! : i'Unplug tile reli _ igerator before cleaning and making repai _ . : : _ Do not touch the cold sm'fi _ ces in the fl'eezer NOTE : Westronglyrecommendthat any servicingbe compartment when hands are damp or wet . Skin mm stick to these extremely cold suHi _ ces . performed by a quafified individual i ( i , Setting either or both controls to 0 ( off ) does i ¢ < Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable not rell / OVe power to tile light ( - ir ( ' tlit . vap ( n _ and liquids in the vMnitv of this or anv other appliance . i : : t Do not reli'eeze frozen toods which have thawed complemly . i ) : : Keep finge _ out ( ff the " pinch point " areas ; clearances between the do ( n _ and between the ( loo _ and cabinet are necessarily small . Be carefifl closing ( lores when children are in the area . DANGER ! RISK OFCHILDENTRAPMENT PROPEDRISPOSAOLFTHEREFRIGERATOR Child entrapnlent and suflbcafion are not problems Refrigerants of tile past . Junked or abandoned reffigerato _ are All refi'igeration products contain refi'igerants , still dangerous . . . even if tile } ' will sit for ' ijust a few which tinder federal law InUSt be relnoved prior dm _ s . " If you are getting rid of yore " old reli _ igeratm ; to product disposal . If you are getting rid of please follow tile instructions below to help prevent an old reli'igeration product , check with tile accidents . company handling tile disposal about what to do . Before YouThrew Away YourOldRefrigerator or Freezer : iJi : : _ ke off tile dome . iJi : i : , eaxe tile shelves in place so that children may not easiE climb inside . USEOFEXTENSIOCNORDS Because of potential safety hazards under certain conditions , we strongly recommend against the use of an extension cord . However ; if you must use an extension cord , it is absolutelx necessary that it be a UiTlisted ( in tile United States ) or a CSA certified ( in Canada ) , . - _ are , gmtmding , t _ , ] ) e appliance extension cord having a grotmding t ) ] ) e I ) lu ( * _ and outlet and that the electrical ratim * _ of the cord be 15 amperes ( minimum ) and 120 xolts .
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ge . com WARNING ! HOWTOCONNECETLECTRICITY Do not , 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 This provides the best pe _ tom _ ance and also with a 3 - prong ( grounding ) plug which mates I ) rexents oxerloading , house wiring circuits which could cause a fire hazard fl'om oxerheated wires . with a standard 3 - pr ( mg ( grounding ) wall outlet to minimize the possibiliQ , of electric shock hazard Never unplug your refrigerator bv pulling on the fl'om this appliance . power cord . Mways grip plug firefly and pull Have the wall outlet and circuit checked by a straight out fl'om the outlet . qualified electridan to make sure the outlet is Repair or replace immediately all po _ vr cords that properly grounded . have become fl'a ) ' ed or otherwise damaged . Do not Where a standard 2 - prong wall outlet is use a cord that shows cracks or abrasion damage encountered , it is your personal responsibiliQ ' and along its length or at either end . obligation to have it replaced with a properly \ , _ ] _ en moving the refrigerator away fl'om the grounded 3 - prong wall outlet . wall , be careflll not to roll over or damage the The reli - igerator should alwa D be plugged into its power cord . own individual electrical outlet which has a voltage rating that matches the rating plate . READANDFOLLOWTHISSAFETYINFORMATIOCNAREFULLY . SAVETHESEINSTRUCTIONS 3
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Aboutthe controlswith temperaturesettings . ( forother models , see next page ) NOTE : Therefrigeratoris shipped with protective film coveringthe temperaturecontrols . If this film was not removedduringinstallation , removeit now The temperature controls are preset in the factory at 37 ° t : for the refrigerator compartment and O ° Ffor the freezer compartment . Allow24 hours for the temperature to stabilize to the preset recommended settings . The temperature controls can display both the SET temperature as well as the actual temperature in the refrigerator and freezer . The actual temperature may vary slightly from the SET temperature based on usage and operating environment . Setting either or both controls to OFFstops cooling in both the freezer and refrigerator compartments , but does not shut off electrical power to the refrigerator . Changing the Temperature To change the temperature , press and release the Each time you ac ! iust controls , allow 24 horns fiw the refrigerator to reach the temperature you have set . WARMER or COLDER pad . The Sk'Tlight will corn e on and the display will show the set teml _ eramre . Toturn the cooling system off , tap the WARMER pad To change the temperature , tap either the for either the refl - igerator or the ti'eezer until the WARMERor COLDERpad tmfil the desired display shows OFF . To turn the unit back on , press the temperature is displayed . Refl _ igerator temperatures COLDERpad flw either the refl'igerator or fl'eeze _ : can be ac ! iusted between 34 ° F and 47 ° F and the The SETlight will illmninate on the side y ( m fl'eezer teInperatures can be ac ! iusted between selected . Then press the COLDERpad again ( on the - 6 ° F and + 8 ° E side where the SETlight is illuminated ) and it will go to the preset points of O ° Ffor the fl'eezer and Once the desired temperature has been set , the temperatm'e display will return to the actual 37 ° Ffor the refiJgerato _ : Setting either or both controls to Off stops cooling in both the ti'eezer refl - igerator and fl'eezer teinl ) eratures atter 5 seconds . Several ac ! jusunents ina ) ' be required . and refi - igerator compartments , but does not shut off electrical power to the refl _ igerator . Performance Air Flow System The Perfimnance _ Mr How System is designed to wall of the refl _ igerator and the _ dr Ttmnel on the maximize temperatm'e control in the refl - igerator bottom portion of the fl'eezer rear wall . Placing and fl'eezer compartments . This tmique special ti ) o ( 1 in fl'ont of the lou \ ' e _ on these components teatm'e consists of the _ dr Tower along the back will not affect perlbmmnce . 4
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About TurboCooEM ( on some models ) ge . oom How it Works How to Use TurboCoolrapidly cools the reii _ igerator c ( ) mi ) artn / ent in order to more quickly Press TurboCool . The refl _ igerator cool fi ) ods , Use TurboCool when adding a temperatm'e display will show kcc . TurboCool large amount of toed to the reflJgerator _ Mter TurboCoolis complete , the compartment , putting away foods after they refl _ igerator compartment will return have been sitting ( ) tit at i'ooi11 temperature to the original setting . or when putting away wam _ leftovers . It can also be used if the refl _ igerator has been NOTES : The refrigerator temperatm'e without power for an extended period . cannot be changed dining TurboCoot Once acfi \ : _ ted , the compressor will tm'n on immediately and the rims will cycle on and The fl'eezer temperature is not off at high speed as needed fin " eight hom _ . affected during TurboCoot The compressor will continue to run tmtil _ 4 ] ten opening the refrigerator the refl _ igerator compartment cools m door ( lm _ ing TurboCool , the tiros approximately 34 ° F ( l ° C ) , then it will cycle will continue to mn if they have on and off to maintain this setting . _ Mter 8 cycled on . hom _ , or if TurboCoolis pressed again , the refl _ igerator compa rtm ent will return to the original setting , About Door Alarm ( onsomemodels ) The door alama will sound if either door is open fl ) r more than 2 minutes . The beeping stops when wm close the ( loo _ :
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Aboutthe controlswith numberedsettings . NOTE : Therefrigeratoris shipped with protective film coveringthe temperaturecontrols . If this film was not removedduringinstallation , removeit now Initially , set the refrigerator control at5 and the freezer control at5 and allow24 hours for the temperature to stabilize . Several adjustments may be required . Adjust the controls one increment at a time , and allow24 hours after each adjustment for the refrigerator to reach the temperature you have set . Setting either or both controls to 0 stops cooling in both the refrigerator and freezer compartments , but does not shut off electrical power to the refrigerator . Performance Air Flow System The Pe _ tom _ ance _ Mr Flow System is designed to wall ot the refligerator and the _ dr Tmmel on the maximize temperature control in the refl _ igerator bottom portion of the fl'eezer rear wall , Placing and fl'eezer compartn / ei _ ts . This tmique special fi ) od in fl'ont of the lou \ ' e _ on these components teatm'e consists of the _ dr Tower along the back will not affect perfi ) m _ ance .
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Aboutthe water filter . ( onsomemodels ) re . corn Water Filter Cartridge Filter Bypass Plug The water filter ( artddge is located in the You must use the filter b _ pass plug when a back tipper fight corner of the reflJgerator replacement filter cam - idge is not ax : dlable . C ( } 11 / l ) ; 113111 ent . The icemaker will not operate without the filter or filter bypass plug . When to Replace the Filter Replacement Filters ' . There is a replarement indicator Toorder additional filter cartridges light fi ) r the w ; iter filter cmntridge 5 ) 11the in the United States , visit our Webs # e , temperature display . This light will turn re . corn , or call GEParts and Accessories , orange to tell you that you need to replace 800.626.2002 . the filter soon . The filter cartridge should be replaced when the replacement Filter Model GS \ , _ F indicator light ttlrns red 05 " if the flow ( Mstomel5 in Canada should consult of water to the dispenser or icemaker - - Jr decreases . the _ ellow pages fiw the nem'est Cameo Ser ; ice Center . Installing the Filter Cartridge O If 5 ' o51are repkming the cartridge , first remove the old one . Open the c ; u _ fidge co \ vr by pressing in oll the tab at the fi'ont and pulling down , J _ f O P . em . . . . o _ e the cartridge , bx , sloxdx , rotatim , , _ it counter clockwise . A small amount of water may drip down . AkCAUTION : / , h , beent ed / n thesystem , the filter cartn @ e may be ejected as it / s removed . Usecaution when removing O Remove the prote ( ti _ e fi ) i ] fl'om the end of the c'u'tfid , e 0 lining up the arrow on the cartridge HOLD3 SECS and the cartridge holdes ; slowly rotate the cartridge clockwise until it stops . \ _ ] _ en the cartridge is propedy installed , you will ibel it " click " as it RESET WATER FILTER locks into place . The blade on the end of the cartridge should be positioned ( on some models ) vertically . Oo not overtighten . O ( lose the cartridge co \ vs ; O Rsm _ : Jter fl'om the dispenser fi ) r 3 minutes ( about 11 / 2gallons ) to clear the system and prevent sputtering . See ToUse the Dispenser section . Press and hokl the RESET WATERFILTER pad for 3 seconds . NOTE A newlwinsmlled water filter cmqTidge may cause water to spurt fl'om the dispense _ ;
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Aboutthe shelves and bins . Not all features are on all models . Rearranging the Shelves Shel ; es in the refl _ igerator compartment are a ( ! iustable . Refrigerator Compartment To remove : 0 Tilt the shelf up at the fl'ont . 0 I , ifl the shelf up at the back and b _ ' Jng the shelf out . Some models have wire shelves that can be adjusted in the same mamTe _ To replace : _ , _ hile tiltino _ the shelf u ) , insert the toi _ 0 hook at theback of thelshelt in a slot on the track . 0 I , ower the fl'ont of the shelf tmtil the bottom of the shelf locks into place . Spillproof Shelves ( onsomemodels ) Spillproof shelves have special edges to help prevent spills fl'om drJi ) ping to lower shelves . To remove or replace the shelves , see Rearranging the Shelves , Slide - Out Spillproof Shelf ( onsomemodels ) The slide - out spillproof shelf allows you Toreplace : to reach items stored behind others . The 0 Place the rear shelf tabs just in fl'ont of spedal edges are designed to hel I ) prevent the central notches on the shelf fl'ame . spills fl'om dripping to lower shelves . Slide the shelf in tmtil the central tabs To remove : are slightly behind the fl'ont bin : 0 Renlove all items from shell 0 i , ower the shelf into place tmtil it is horizontal and slide the shelf in . 0 Slide the shelf out tmtil it stops . Make sure that the shelf sits flat after reinstallation Lift the fl'ont edge of the shelf tmtil the central tabs are above the fl'ont bin : and doesn't move freely fromside to side . Make sure youpush the shelvesall the way in 0 ( _ ontinue pulling the shelf tOrward tmfil it can be removed . before youclose the door
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g _ com Adjustable Bins on the Door iFingerh01d A ( ! justable bins can easily be carried fl'om The snugger helps prevent tipping , spilling reflJgerator to work area . or sliding of small items stored on the door shelf . ( ; _ ip the finger hold near the rear at To remove : I , ifl bin straight up , then the snugger and move it to fit vour needs . pull out . To replace or relocate : Engage the bin in the molded suI ) ports of the dam ; and push in . Bin will lock in place . Non - Adjustable Shelves on the Door Toremove : Lift the shelf straight up , then pull out . Toreplace : Engage the shelf in the molded supports on the door and push down . It will lock in place . Aboutthe additional features . Not aft features are on all models . Shelf Saver Rack ( onsomemodels ) Slide - out beverage rack holds twelve cans of To remove , slide the rack out to the step soda or two wine / wamr bottles ( lengthwise ) . position , lilt the rack up and past the stop It can be removed ti ) r cleaning . position and lift it out .
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Aboutthe crispersand pans . Not all features are on all models . Fruit and Vegetable Crisper Excess water that ma _ accunmlate in the bottom of the ( h'awe _ s or under the ( h'awe _ should be wiped dry . Adjustable Humidity Crisper ( onsomemodels ) Slide the control all the way to the Slide the control all the wax to the LOW HIGHsetting to proxide high humidit _ . settin , , - _ to proxide lower humidity , lex els recommended fi ) r most xegetables , recommended fi ) r most fl'uits . Snack Pan ( on some models ) This pan can be mo _ ed to the most useflfl To remove , slide the pan out to the stop location fin " ) ore " fmnil ) ' s needs . position , lilt the pan u l ) and past the stop position and lift it out . Adjustable Temperature Dell Pan ( onsomemodels ) When the pan is placed in the 7th slot fl'om The settings can be a ( ! justed anywhere the bottom of the track and the lever is set between cold _ and coldest _ k _ . at COLDEST , air fl'om the fl'eezer is torced X4 ] _ en set at cold , the pan will stay at the around the pan to kee I ) it ve _ T cold . normal refl _ igerator temperature . You can move the pan to any location if The coldest setting provides the coldest wm don't want the extra cold storage . storage a i'ea . Crisper Removal II II To Remove : When the door cannot be fully opened , i'eln ( _ x'e the drawer fi _ rth est froln the door These ( h'awex _ can be removed easily 1 ) y first . Make sure the drawer closest to the lifting up slightl ) while pulling the drawer door is fifllv closed . There is a latch at the past the stop location . fl'ont of the center slide rail . Push down on the latch and slide the center slide rail , to which the drawer is attached , a _ ; _ ) ' fl'om the dOOF ] _ . elnove file dI'aWeI - 10
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Aboutthe freezer , ge . com Not all features are on all models . Freezer Shelves and Baskets E Depending on your model , your fl'eezer may teature : O A fidl - width wire shelf A deep fl / ll - width basket A shalh _ w flfll - width basket A shelf above the ice storage bin 0 A haltXwidth basket Appearance and features may vary Basket / Shelf Removal To remove the deep full - width basket on freezer drawer models : 00I ) en the freezer drawer until it stops . Lift the fl'ont up and lift the entire basket up and out of the drawei ; 0 The fl'eezer basket rests on a fl'ame inside the fl'eezer drawei : i , ifl the basket up at the back . Appearance may vary ok When replacin O the basket make sure that 0 Pull the basket out to the stop location . the Mre tabs and wire hooks on the sides of the basket go into the slots in the top it from the slides . 0 I Jft the basket uI ) at the ti'oI , t to release of the uI ) per basket slides , NOTE : _ Mw'avbes sure to flflly close this basket . You will know it is billy closed when you teel it " click " into place . 0 IJft the back Ul ) and out of the slide . Appearance may vary Toremove the deep full - width baskets on freezer door models , the shallow full - width basket and the full - width wire shelf . " Pull the basket / shelf out to the stop Lift the basket / shelf up and out . location . IJft the fl'ont uI ) and oxer the stop h ) cation . Appearance may vary Toremove the shelf above the ice bin : f - - Shelf 0 Pull the shelf straight out . 11
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Aboutthe automatic icemaker . A newly installed refrigerator may take 12to 24 hours to begin making ice . Automatic Icemaker ( on some models ) The icemM _ . er ' , _ ill produce seven cubes You will hear a buzzing sotmd e : mh time the icemaker fills with wate ( : per c _ cle - - appro _ mately 100 - 130 cubes IcernakeE in a 24 - hour period , depending on fl'eezer Thro _ aw _ } the fi ( _ t fe _ batches of ice to coIllp _ l ( _ ( / ( e ( ( [ teIllpel ' ; ittlie , ( ' ( ( ( ) Ill alh ) w the _ ater line to clea _ : temperature , ( l [ lillbe ( " of doe ( " ope ( lll ( gs i ! IiI ! II ii ii ii ; ii ! i and other use conditions . Be sm'e nothing interferes with tile s _ eep of the feeler am ( . See below fi ) r hos _ to access ice and re : lch Gi'eJ , , PowerLight eeer rm \ ' \ ] len tile bin fills to tile level of tile feeler tile power switch . aml , tile icemaker will stop producing If tile reflJgerator is operated betbre tile ice . It is n ( mnal fi ) r several cubes to be water comlecfion is made to tile icemake ( ; joined togethe ( ; set tile power switch in tile 0 { Of [ ) posit . ion . Tile icemaker power light will turn green If ice is not used fl'equenfly , okl ice cubes when tile Keezer light switch is pressed ill will become cloudy , taste stale and shrink . or when tile Keezer door is closed . NOTE : In homes with / ower - than - average water \ ' Vhen the refligerator has been comlected pressure , youmayhear the / 2emaker cycle multiple to the water supply , set the l ) o _ er switch to tinTeswhenmaking onebatch of ice . tile I ( On ) position . Tile icemaker Mll fill Mth w : Jter when it cools to I S ° F ( - 10 ° C ) . A newly installed reiiJgemtor may take 12 to 24 lloms to begin making ice cubes . Accessing Ice and Reaching the Power Switch To roach the icemaker power switch , pull tile shelf above tile ice bin straight out . Mwavs be sure to replace tile shelf _ Toaccess ice , simply pull tile bin fi ) rward . Toreach the power switch . To access ice , Icemaker Accessory Kit If your refligerator did not come ah'ead _ Check tile back of tile refl _ igerator fi ) r tile spedfic icemaker kit needed fi ) r equil } ped with an automatic icemaker , VO / / I " model . an icemaker accessor _ kit is a _ ailable at ext ( ' a ( ' ( ) st , To Use the Dispenser ( on some models ) Tile water dispenser is located on tile left If nowateris dispensedwhentherefn ) emtoris fTst wall inside the reii _ igerator compartment . installed , theremaybeairinthe waterlinesystem . Pressthedispensebruttonforat / east2minutesto Todispensewater : i ! i _ iiii ! ii _ _ i _ iii _ ili } iiif _ _ ! _ ii _ iiiiiIii ! iiii _ i ! ! _ ! removetrappedal ? fromthewaterfineandtoill / the Hold tile glass against tile recess . watersystem . Duringthisprocesst , hedispenser _ i _ i _ i _ _ _ i noisemaybeloudastheairispurgedfromthe 0 Push tile water dispenser button . waterlinesystem . Toflushout i _ npuritieisn the waterline , throwawaythef7st6glassfulsof water Hold tile glass tmderneath tile dispenser for 2 - 3 seconds after NOTE : Toavoid waterdeposits , the dispenser releasing tile dispenser button . shouldbe cleanedperiodicaflyby wiping with a _ A'lteI " Inav continue to dispense 72 cleancloth orsponge . alter the button is released .
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Careand cleaning of the refrigerator , ge . cem Cleaning the Outside The door handles and trim . Clean with a cloth The stainless steel panels and door handles . Stainless steel ( on some models ) can be ( laml ) ened with soapy water L ) _ ' with a soft cloth . Do not use wax on the door handles cleaned with a commerdallv available and trim . stainless steel cleane _ : A si ) ra } : on st ; finless steel cleaner works best . Keep the outside clean . Wipe Mth a clean cloth lightly dampened Mth kitchen Do not use appliance wax or polish on the stainless steel . apl ) liance wax or mild liqtfid dish detergent . D _ ' and polish with a clean , soft cloth . Donot w / _ ) ethe refrigeratorwith asoiled dish clothor wet towel Thesemayleavea residue that canerodethe paint Donot usescouring pads , powderedcleaners , bleachorcleaners containingbleachbecausetheseproductscan scratchand weakenthe paint finish . Cleaning the Inside Tohelp prevent odors , leave an open be × at After cleaning the door gaskets , apply a thin layer of petrolemnjelly to the door baking soda in the reti - igerator and ti'eezer gaskets at the hinge side . This helps kee I ) COlIll ) _ I I ' [ ll / eats . the gaskets ti'om sticking and bending out Unplug the refrigerator before cleaning . If this of shape . is not practical , wring excess moisture out Avoidcleaningcud glassshe / yeswith hot water of sponge or cloth when cleaning arotmd becausethe extremetemperaturedifferencemay switches , lights or controls . causethemto break Handleglassshelves Lrse an appliance wax polish on the inside carefu / / gBumpingtemperedg / asscan cause sml'hce between the ( loo _ . it to shatter Use warn / water and baking soda solution - - Donot washanyplastic refrigeratorpartsin about a tablespoon ( l 5 ml ) of baking soda the dishwasher to a quart ( l liter ) at water : This both cleans and neutralizes odo _ . Rinse and wipe ( h _ ' . 13
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Care and cleaning of the refrigerator . Behind the Refrigerator Be caretul when moving the refl _ igerator When pushing the refrlgeretor back , make sure you don't rofl over the power cord or icemaker away fl'om the wall . _ M1types of floor supply line ( on some models ) . coverings can be ( lamaged , particulady cushioned coverings and those with ei / / bossed S / lI ] _ lces . Pull the reti _ igerator straight out and return it m position by pushing it straight in . Moving the refl _ igerator in a side direction may result in damage to the floor covering or refl _ igerato _ : Preparing for Vacation For long \ ; l ( - ations or absen ( - es _ i'elllOVe If the temperature can drop below food and m _ plug the reli _ igerato _ : Move fi'eezing , have a qualified servicer drain the the fl'eezer control to the 0 ( off ) position , water supply systeln ( Oil SOlne models ) to and clean the inmrior with a baking soda prevent serious propert } , dalnage due to solution _ ffone tablespoon ( l 5 ml ) _ ff flooding . baking soda to one quart ( l liter ) of wam _ ; i , eave the dom _ open , Set the icemaker power switch to the 0 ( off ) posidon and shut off the water supply to the refl _ igemtm ; Preparing to Move Besurethe refrigeratorstaysin anupwht Secm'e all loose items such as base grille , positionduringmoving . shelves and drawe _ s by taping them secm'ely in place to prevent damage . _ ] _ en using a hand truck to move the reti _ igerato _ ; do not rest the fi'ont or back ot the refi _ igerator against the hand truck . This could damage the refi _ igeratm : Handle only fi'om the sides ot the refi _ igeratm : / 4
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Replacing the lightbulbs , gecom Turning the control to the 0 ( off ) position does not remove power to the light circuit . Refrigerator Lights 0 _ Jter replacing with an appliance bulb - & CAUTIONL : > bt , , / bsbmhooa , y ot tile SaI / / e of lowel " wattage , , I'ei ) ] ace tile shield . 0 Unplug tile ret / - igerato _ : 0 Plug tile refligerator back in . Tile bulbs are located at tile top of the refi'igerator compamnent behind tile controls . To remove tile light shield , grasp tile shield at tile back and pull out to release tile tabs at tile back . _ ] I Rotate tile shield do _ n and then for _ ard to release tile tabs at tile fl'ont of tile shield . Freezer Light 0 _ Mter replacing with an appliance bulb P ' CAUTIONL : , _ bh . I , bmsabyh _ o _ oI tile same or lower wattage , replace tile shield . Unph : lg tile refi _ igerator . 0 Plug tile refl _ igerator back in . @ Tile bulb is located at tile top of tile fl'eezer inside a light shield . To remove the shield , grasp the shield at the back and pull out to release tile tabs at tile Appearance may vary back . _ ] _ Rotate tile shield down and then forward to release tile tabs at tile fl'ont of the shield , 15
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Installation Refrigerator Instructions Models 20 and 22 In Canada , call 1.800.361.3400 or Visit our Website at : www . geappliances . ca I Questions ? Call 800 . GE.CARES ( 800.432.2737 ) or Visit our Website at : ge . com I BEFORE YOU BEGIN PREPARATION ( cont . ) WATER SUPPLY TO THE ICEMAKER AND Read these instructions completely and carefully . DISPENSER ( ON SOME MODELS ) If the refrigerator has an icemaker , it will have • IMPORTANT - Savethese to be connected to a cold water line . AGE water instructions for local inspector's use . supply kit ( containing tubing , shutoff valve , fittings and instructions ) is available at extra • IMPORTANT - Observaell cost from your dealer , by visiting our Website governing codes and ordinances . at ge . com ( in Canada at www . geappliances . ca ) • Note to Installer - Be sure to leave these or from Parts and Accessories , 800.626.2002 ( In instructions with the Consumer . Canada 1.888.261.3055 ) . • Note to Consumer - Keep these instructions for future reference . • Skill level - Installation of this appliance TOOLS YOU MAY NEED requires basic mechanical skills . • Completion time - Refrigerator Installation 20 minutes Water Line Installation 3 / 8 " and 10 mm Socket 30 minutes Adjustable Wrench Ratchet / Driver • Proper installation is the responsibility of the installer . • Product failure due to improper installation is not covered under the Warranty . 1 / 4 " Outer Diameter Compression Nut Phillips Head Screwdriver and Ferrule ( sleeve ) ( icemaker models only ) PREPARATION MOVING THE REFRIGERATOR INDOORS If the refrigerator will not fit through a doorway , 3 / 32 " Allen wrench the refrigerator door and freezer drawer or door 1 / 4 " Allen wrench supplied supplied for use on ( depending on model ) can be removed . for changing handle Stainless steel fasteners location • To remove the refrigerator door , see Step 1 refrigerator handles ( on some models ) ( on some models ) in the Reversing the Door Swing section . • To remove the freezer drawer , see the Removing the Freezer Drawer section . • To remove the freezer door , see Steps 2 and 3 in the Reversing the Door Swing section . 16
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Installation Instructions INSTALLING THE REFRIGERATOR REFRIGERATOR LOCATION REMOVE TOP CAP ( cont . ) ( onsomemodels ) • Do not install the refrigerator where the REINSTALL DOORS , DRAWERS AND TOP CAP temperature will go below 60 ° F ( 16 ° C ) because it [ ] Carefully lower the door onto the center hinge . will not run often enough to maintain proper Reinstall top hinge . NOTE : Ensure the door is temperatures . properly aligned to the case top to avoid • Do not install the refrigerator where the readjustment of the door during top cap temperature will go above IO0 ° F ( 37 ° C ) because it reinstallation . will not perform properly . [ ] Place cap over the top of the refrigerator . Reinstall • Install it on a floor strong enough to support it fully the original screws in the top and back of the cap . loaded . [ ] Reinstall the bottom freezer drawer . Refer to " Replacing the Freezer Drawer " section . A . CLEARANCES Allow the following clearances for ease of installation , proper air circulation and plumbing and electrical connections . Sides 1 / 8 " ( 4 mm ) Top 1 " ( 25 mm ) Back 1 " ( 25 mm ) REMOVE TOP CAP ( onsomemodels ) * IMPORTANT NOTE : This refrigerator is 34 - 1 / 2 " deep . Doors and passageways leading to the installation location must be at least 36 " wide in order to leave the doors and handles attached to the refrigerator while transporting it into the installation location . If passageways are less than 36 " , the refrigerator doors and handles can easily be scratched and damaged . The top cap and doors can be removed to allow the refrigerator to be safely moved indoors . Start with Step A . [ ] CONNECTING THE REFRIGERATOR * If it is not necessary to remove doors , skip Step A . TO THE HOUSE WATER LINE Leave tape and all packaging on doors until the ( icemaker and dispenser models ) refrigerator is in the final location . A cold water supply is required for automatic * SKID REMOVAL : _ lt refrigerator to each side to icemaker operation . If there is not a cold water remove skid . supply , you will need to provide one . See * NOTE : Use a padded hand truck to move this Installing the Water Line section . refrigerator . Place the refrigerator on the hand NOTES : truck with a side against the truck . We strongly * Before making the connection to the recommend that TWO PEOPLE move and complete this installation . refrigerator , be sure the refrigerator power cord is not plugged into the wall outlet . [ ] Locate and remove the two Phillips head screws * If your refrigerator does not have a water filter , on the top of the refrigerator . Remove the two we recommend installing one if your water screws on each side at the rear of the top cap . supply has sand or particles that could clog the Lift off and remove top cap . screen of the refrigerator's water valve . Install it [ ] Remove the fresh - food door . Refer to Steps 1 in the water line near the refrigerator . If using through 3 of " Reversing the Door Swing " section . GE SmartConnect TM Refrigerator Tubing Kit , you [ ] Remove the bottom freezer drawer . Refer to will need an additional tube ( WXO8XIO002 ) to " Removing Freezer Drawer " section . connect the filter . Do not cut plastic tube to install filter . [ ] Move refrigerator to the installation location . 17
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Installation Instructions INSTALLING THE REFRIGERATOR ( cont , ) [ ] CONNECTING THE REFRIGERATOR [ ] TURN ON THE WATER SUPPLY TO THE HOUSE WATER LINE ( icemaker and dispenser models ) ( cont . ) Turn the water on at the shutoff valve ( house water supply ) and check for [ ] If you are using copper tubing , place a any leaks . compression nut and ferrule ( sleeve ) onto the end of the tubing coming from the house cold water supply . If you are using the GE SmartConnect TM tubing , the nuts are already assembled to the tubing . [ ] If you are using copper tubing , insert the end of the tubing into the refrigerator connection , at the back of the refrigerator , as far as possible . While holding the tubing , tighten the fitting . If you are using GE SmartConnect TM tubing , insert the molded end of the tubing into the refrigerator connection , [ ] PLUG IN THE REFRIGERATOR at the back of the refrigerator , and tighten the compression nut until it is hand tight . On models with an icemaker , before Then tighten one additional turn with a plugging in the refrigerator , make sure wrench . Overtightening may cause leaks . the icemaker power switch is set to the O ( off ) position . [ ] Fasten the tubing into the clamp provided to hold it in position . You may need to pry open the clamp . One of the illustrations below will look like the connection on your refrigerator . Icemaker - Ready models 1 / 4 " - - Tubing Copper Clamp Tubing 1 / 4 " Compression Nut See the grounding information attached ( sleeve ) to the power cord . SmartConnect T " Tubing gerator Connection [ ] PUT THE REFRIGERATOR Icemaker - lnstalled Models IN PLACE Refrigerator Ferrule Connection 1 / 4 " Tubing Move the refrigerator to its final location . 18
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Installation instructions After removing the handle : Move the small plug [ ] REMOVE THE FRESH FOOD button from the top right side of the door top and DOOR HANDLE insert it into the hole on the opposite side . ( For placement in the installation location or reversal of the handles - on some models ) Stainless steel ( on some models ) : @ REMOVING THE DOOR HANDLE : Loosen the set screws with the 3 / 32 " O _ € ' adge Allen wrench ( appearance may vary ) and remove lug the handle . NOTE : utton For Double Door models follow the [ ] REMOVE THE FREEZER DOOR same procedure HANDLE on the opposite of Stainless steel handle : door . Mounting O REVERSING THE @ Loosen the set screws located on the underside Fasteners of the handle with the 3 / 32 " Allen wrench and DOOR HANDLE : ( appearance may vary ) remove the handle . • Remove the handle mounting fasteners with a 1 / 4 " Allen NOTE : If the handle mounting fasteners need to wrench and transfer the handle mounting be tightened or removed use a 1 / 4 " Allen wrench . fasteners to the right side . • Remove and transfer the plug button and logo badge to the left side of the fresh food door . NOTE : Use a flat plastic edge to prevent damaging the door . Remove any adhesive on the door with a mild detergent . Remove the paper covering on the adhesive backing on the logo badge prior to carefully attaching the badge to the door . Plastic handle ( on some models ) : @ REMOVING Plastic handle : THE DOOR HANDLE : Slide @ Slide the handle to the right on the handle the handle up mounting fasteners and remove the handle . on the handle Badge NOTE : If the handle mounting fasteners need to mounting be tightened or removed use a 3 / 8 " or 10 mm fasteners and socket wrench . remove the handle . Mounting fasteners O REVERSING THE DOOR HANDLE : • Remove the handle Button mounting Mounting Fasteners fasteners with a 3 / 8 " or 10 mm ( appearance may vary ) socket wrench and transfer the handle mounting fasteners to the right side . • Remove and transfer the plug button and logo badge to the left side of the fresh food door . NOTE : Use a flat plastic edge to prevent damaging the door . Remove any adhesive on the door with a mild detergent . Remove the Slots on back ( appearance may vary ) paper covering on the adhesive backing on of handle the logo badge prior to carefully attaching the badge to the door . 19
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Installation Instructions INSTALLING THE REFRIGERATOR ( cont . ) [ ] ATTACH THE FREEZER DOOR [ ] ATTACH THE FRESH FOOD HANDLE DOOR HANDLE Stainless steel handle : Stainless steel handle : Attach the handle Q Attach the handle firmly to the mounting to the handle fasteners and tighten the set screws on the mounting bottom of the handle with a 3 / 32 " Allen wrench . fasteners and tighten the set screws with a 3 / 32 " Allen wrench . Mounting NOTE : For Fasteners Double Door models follow the same procedure Plug on the opposite door . ( appearance may vary ) ( appearance may vary ) Plastic handle : Plastic handle : O Attach the handle to the handle mounting Q Attach the handle to the mounting fasteners by fasteners by aligning the slots with the handle aligning the slots with the mounting fasteners . mounting fasteners . O Slide it to the left until it is firmly locked into 0 Slide it down until it is firmly locked into position . position . Mounting fasteners | J Mounting Slots on back fasteners Slots on back of of handle handle ( appearance may vary ) NOTE : A properly locked handle will be centered on the freezer . ( appearance may vary ) 20
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Installation Instructions [ ] LEVEL THE REFRIGERATOR [ ] SET THE CONTROLS Set the controls to the recommended The leveling legs have 3 purposes : setting . 1 ) Leveling legs adjust so the door closes easily when opened about halfway . ( Front of the refrigerator should be 1 / 4 " [ 6 mm ] higher than the rear of 5 5 the refrigerator ) . 2 ) Leveling legs adjust so the refrigerator is firmly positioned on the floor and [ . EOOMCOM . EST . . OTOTEL . O . OS ] does not wobble . 3 ) Leveling legs serve as a stabilizing brake to hold the refrigerator securely in position during operation and 0 " F IS RECOMMENDED 37 = F IS RECOMMENDED cleaning . [ ] Turn the leveling legs clockwise to raise the refrigerator , counterclockwise to lower it . REMOVE PACKAGING [ ] START ICEMAKER ( icemaker models ) A ) Remove all tape , foam and protective packing from shelves and drawers . B ) Remove the tie downs from the freezer baskets . CAUTION : Toavoipdossible C ) Place half width basket onto drawer personal injury or property damage , the slides . See About the freezer section leveling legs must be firmly touching for instructions . the floor . Set the icemaker power switch to the [ ] Install the base grille by aligning the I ( on ) position . The icemaker will not prongs on the back of the grille with the begin to operate until it reaches its holes in the cabinet . Push forward until operating temperature of 15 ° F ( - 9 ° C ) the grille snaps into place . or below . It will then begin operation automatically . It will take 2 - 3 days to fill the ice bin . \ Pow Freezer J switch - I _ " Door ( hinge ) models only NOTE : In lower water pressure conditions , the water valve may turn on up to 3 times to deliver enough water to the icemaker . 21
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Installation instructions REMOVING THE FREEZER DRAWER ( on some models ) The freezer drawer can be removed , if needed , [ ] REMOVE THE DRAWER FRONT to fit through tight areas . FROM THE SLIDES ( cont . ) Read these instructions completely and carefully . [ ] Lift up on both sides of the freezer drawer handle to separate the drawer railings from the rail assemblies . [ ] Set the drawer front on a non - [ ] REMOVE THE BASKET scratching surface . [ ] Open the freezer drawer until it stops , [ ] Push the rail assemblies back into [ ] The freezer basket rests on a frame inside locking position . the freezer drawer . Lift the basket up at the back . [ ] Lift the front up and lift the entire basket up and out of the drawer . Rail Assembly Drawer Assembly \ [ ] REMOVE THE BASE GRILLE ( if needed ) If , after removing the freezer drawer and refrigerator door , the refrigerator will still not fit through a doorway , the base grille [ ] REMOVE THE DRAWER FRONT can be removed . FROM THE SLIDES [ ] Remove the base grille by grasping it at the bottom and pulling it straight out . [ ] Remove the Phillips head screw on each side of the railing . Q DO NOT remove the hex head screws from the rail assemblies , DO NOT remove hex head screws DO NOT remove hex head screws 22
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Installation Instructions REPLACING THE FREEZER DRAWER ( on some models ) [ ] ATTACH AND SECURE THE o Two people may be required to complete this procedure . DRAWER FRONT TO THE SLIDES I I ( cont . ) [ ] Replace the Phillips head screws on both [ ] ATTACH AND SECURE THE rail assemblies . DRAWER FRONT TO THE SLIDES [ ] Pull out the rail assemblies to the full length on each side of the cabinet . Phillips Screw [ ] Locate the slots on the inside of the rail assemblies near the back . [ ] REPLACE THE FREEZER BASKET Replace the lower freezer basket by Slot lowering it into the frame . Rail assembly [ ] Insert the hooks at the back of the drawer railings into the slots on the rail assemblies . [ ] Lower the front of the drawer , making sure the tabs on the sides of the railings fit into the front slots in the rail assemblies , G Slot Tab 23
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Installation instructions REVERSING THE DOOR SWING ( Single Door Refrigerator Models only ) IMPORTANT NOTES [ ] REMOVE THE REFRIGERATOR DOOR When reversing the door swing : [ ] Tape the door shut with masking tape . NOTE : Door swing is not reversible on some stainless steel models . • Read the instructions all the way through before starting . • Handle parts carefully to avoid scratching paint . • Set screws down by their related parts to avoid using them in the wrong places . • Provide a non - scratching work surface for the doors , IMPORTANT : Once you begin , do not move the cabinet until door - swing reversal is completed . [ ] Remove the hinge cover on top of the These instructions are for changing the refrigerator door by squeezing it and hinges from the right side to the left side - - if pulling it up . you ever want to change the hinges back to [ ] Using a 3 / 8 " or 10 mm socket the right side , follow these same instructions ratchet / driver , remove the bolts securing and reverse all references to left and right . the top hinge to the cabinet . Then lift the hinge straight up to free the hinge pin • Once door swing is finalized , ensure from the socket in the top of the door . the logo badge is properly aligned and permanently secured to the door by removing the adhesive cover on the back O side . NOTE : If necessary call Customer Hinge Cover Service for a replacement badge . Unplug the refrigerator from its electrical outlet . Empty all door shelves , including the dairy compartment . _ _ l II To _ inge TOOLS YOU WiLL NEED [ ] Remove the tape and tilt the door away from the cabinet . Lift the door off the center hinge pin . Ensure that the white Adjustable Wrench 3 / 8 " and 10 mm Socket hinge pin thimble remains on the hinge pin Ratchet ! Driver or inside door hinge pin hole located in the bottom of the door . Masking Tape Putty Knife dorriver Thin - blade Screw [ ] Set the door on a non - scratching surface with the inside up . Phillips Screwdriver 24
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Installation instructions [ ] REMOVE THE CENTER HINGE PIN [ ] TRANSFER BOTTOM HINGE BRACKET ( freezer door models ) [ ] On models with a freezer door , tape the door shut with masking tape . [ ] Remove the base grille by grasping it at [ ] Using an adjustable wrench , remove the the bottom and pulling it straight out . center hinge pin . [ ] Using a 3 / 8 " or 10 mm socket [ ] REMOVE THE FREEZER DOOR ratchet / driver , remove the screws ( freezer door models ) securing the bottom hinge bracket to the cabinet . [ ] Remove the tape and tilt the door away from the cabinet . Lift the door off the [ ] Using an adjustable wrench , remove the bottom hinge pin . hinge pin and washer ( s ) from the right side of the bracket and install on the left . NOTE : There is a plastic washer between the hinge and the top of the freezer door . Do not lose . _ ' - _ " _ - J Washer ( s ) [ ] Set the door on a non - scratching surface with the inside up . [ ] REMOVE CENTER HINGE Using a 3 / 8 " or 10 mm socket ratchet / driver and Phillips head screwdriver , remove the bolts and screws securing the center hinge to the cabinet . Set hinge , bolts , screws , washer ( on freezer door models ) and hinge pin aside . On models with a freezer drawer , skip to Step 7 . 25
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Installation Instructions REVERSING THE DOOR SWING ( cont . ) [ ] INSTALL CENTER HINGE [ ] TRANSFER BOTTOM HINGE BRACKET ( freezer door models , cont . ) [ ] Transfer the plug button and screws in the hinge holes on the left side to the [ ] Install the bottom hinge bracket on the right side . left side of the cabinet . jjj [ ] Replace the base grille by aligning the [ ] Install the center hinge on the left side . prongs on the back of the grille with the holes in the cabinet . Push forward until the grille snaps into place , S [ ] HANG THE FREEZER DOOR ( freezer door models ) TRANSFER FREEZER DOOR STOP [ ] Lower the freezer door onto the bottom ( freezer door models ) hinge pin , then shut the door , making Remove the door stop on right side of the [ ] sure to align the door with the cabinet . bottom of the freezer door by removing Make sure the gasket on the door is flush the two screws . against the cabinet . Move the plastic hinge hole thimble to the [ ] opposite hole . Install the door stop on the left side . [ ] Bottom of Freezer Door Bottom of Freezer Door ( Left Side ) ( Right Side ) 26
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Installation instructions [ ] INSTALL CENTER HINGE PIN I - _ REHANG REFRIGERATOR DOOR [ ] Install the center hinge pin . [ ] Lower the refrigerator door onto the center hinge pin . Ensure that the white NOTE : On models with a freezer door , hinge pin thimble is on the center hinge be sure to put the washer between the pin or inside door hinge pin hole located top of the freezer door and the bottom in the bottom of the door . of the center hinge . Freezer Door Models Freezer Drawer Models [ ] Insert the top hinge pin into the hinge hole on top of the refrigerator door . Make sure the door is aligned with the cabinet . TRANSFER REFRIGERATOR @ Attach the hinge to the top of the cabinet DOOR STOP loosely with the bolts . [ ] Remove the door stop on right side of [ ] Make sure the gasket on the door is the bottom of the refrigerator door by flush against the cabinet and is not removing the two screws . folded . Support the door on the handle side and make sure the door is straight [ ] Move the plastic hinge hole thimble to and the gap between the doors is even the opposite hole . across the front . While holding the door [ ] Install the door stop on the left side , in place , tighten the top hinge bolts . making sure to line up the screw holes Replace the hinge cover . in the door stop with the holes in the bottom of the door . Bottom of Bottom of Refrigerator Door Refrigerator Door ( Right Side ) ( Left Side ) [ ] TRANSFER REFRIGERATOR DOOR HANDLE TO RIGHT Refer to Remove the Fresh Food Door Handle and Attach the Fresh Food Door Handle sections for instructions . 27
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Installation Instructions REMOVING THE DOORS ( Double Door Refrigerator Models only ) IMPORTANT NOTES [ ] REMOVE THE REFRIGERATOR DOORS NOTE : Door swing is not reversible . [ ] Tape the doors shut with masking tape . • Read the instructions all the way through before starting . • Handle parts carefully to avoid scratching paint . • Set screws down by their related parts to avoid using them in the wrong places . [ ] Remove the screw securing each hinge • Provide a non - scratching work surface for cover , lift the hinge cover and place to the doors , the side on top of the refrigerator . Carefully disconnect the wire connector IMPORTANT : Once you begin , do not move and remove the screw securing the the cabinet . ground wire . These instructions are for removing the doors . Unplug the refrigerator from its electrical outlet . Wire Hinge Cover Connector Empty all door shelves , including the dairy compartment . ( appearance may vary ) TOOLS YOU WiLL NEED [ ] Using a 3 / 8 " or 10 mm socket ratchet / driver , remove the bolts securing the top hinge to the cabinet . Then lift the hinge straight up to free the hinge pin Adjustable Wrench 3 / 8 " and 10 mm Socket Ratchet ! Driver from the hinge pin hole in the top of the door . Carefully remove the wires from the hinge pin through the slot . Masking Tape Putty Knife or Thin - blade Screwdriver Hing _ _ Pa _ ge ay vary ) [ ] Remove the tape and tilt the door away from the cabinet . Lift the door off the Phillips Screwdriver center hinge pin . Ensure that the white hinge pin thimble remains on the center hinge pin or inside door hinge pin hole located in the bottom of the door . PARTS INCLUDED C Spacer ( on some models ) [ ] Set the door on a non - scratching surface with the inside up . 28
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Installation instructions [ ] REMOVE CENTER HINGE Using a 3 / 8 " or 10 mm socket ratchet / driver and Phillips head screwdriver , remove the bolts and screw securing the center hinge to the cabinet . Set hinge , bolts , and screw aside . [ ] REMOVE OPPOSITE DOOR Follow the same procedure on the opposite door . [ ] REMOVE FREEZER DRAWER Refer to the Removing the Freezer Drawer section for instructions . 29
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Installation instructions REPLACING THE DOORS ( Double Door Refrigerator Models only ) [ ] INSTALL CENTER HINGE [ ] REHANGREFRIGERATODROORS ( CONT . ) Install the center hinge on each side . [ ] Make sure the gasket on the door is flush against the cabinet and is not folded . Make sure the door is straight and the gap between the doors is even across the front . While holding the aligned door in place , tighten the top hinge bolts . Replace the hinge cover and screw . REHANG REFRIGERATOR DOORS [ ] Hinge Cover - - - - - - _ _ / } [ ] Lower the refrigerator door onto the center hinge pin . Ensure that the white hinge pin thimble is on the center hinge To . , 0n0oe , ts pin or inside door hinge pin hole located { appearance may _ : ' _ in the bottom of the door . Thimble [ ] REPLACE OPPOSITE DOOR Hinge Pin _ _ Follow the same procedure on the opposite door . [ ] Securely tape the door shut with masking tape or have a second person support the door . [ ] ALIGN DOUBLE DOORS [ ] Route wires through top hinge pin slot . If the top of the doors are uneven , first Insert the top hinge pin into the hinge hole try to raise the lowest door by turning the on top of the refrigerator door . Make sure leveling leg on the same side as the door until the doors are even . If the unit rocks , the door is aligned with the cabinet and opposite door . Attach the hinge to the top re - adjust the leveling legs to the extent that the unit is stable . of the cabinet loosely with the bolts . • • • i If the doors remain uneven , use a C spacer to align the doors . While lifting the door . p Hinge on the hinge side with one hand , insert a Pin Pin Slot till _ ( appearance may vary ) C spacer with pliers . Continue to add C spacers until the doors are even . [ ] Reconnect the wire connector and reconnect the ground wire using the screw Spacer removed earlier . Ensure that the wire connector is fully engaged . IMPORTANT : The ground wire must be reinstalled to ensure a proper ground . Wire - - - - - - - - - _ _ - _ / _ Coooe . [ ] REPLACE FREEZER DRAWER Refer to the Replacing the Freezer Drawer Ground Wire J _ ' _ o _ _ / j ] _ section for instructions .
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Installation instructions INSTALLING THE WATER LINE ( ICEMAKER MODELS ) 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 J water supply lines are GE SmartConnect TM Refrigerator Tubing ( WX08X10002 , • Copper or GE SmartConnect TM Refrigerator WX08X10006 , WX08X10015 and Tubing kit , 1 / 4 " outer diameter to connect WX08X 10025 ) . the refrigerator to the water supply . If using When connecting your refrigerator to a GE copper , be sure both ends of the tubing are Reverse Osmosis Water System , the only cut square . approved installation is with a GE RVKit . For To determine how much tubing you need : other reverse osmosis water systems , follow measure the distance from the water valve the manufacturer's recommendations . on the back of the refrigerator to the water If the water supply to the refrigerator is from supply pipe . Then add 8 ' ( 2.4 m ) . Be sure a Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System there is sufficient extra tubing ( about 8 ' [ 2.4 m ] AND the refrigerator also has a water filter , coiled into 3 turns of about 10 " [ 25 cm ] use the refrigerator's filter bypass plug . Using diameter ) to allow the refrigerator to move out from the wall after installation . the refrigerator's water filtration cartridge in conjunction with the RO filter can result in GE SmartConnect TMRefrigerator Tubing Kits hollow ice cubes . are available in the following lengths : This water line installation is not warranted 2 ' ( 0.6 m ) - WXO8XIO002 by the refrigerator or icemaker manufacturer . 6 ' ( 1.8 m ) - WXO8XIO006 Follow these instructions carefully to 15 ' ( 4.6 m ) - WXO8X10015 minimize the risk of expensive water damage . 25 ' ( 7.6 m ) - WXO8X10025 Water hammer ( water banging in the pipes ) Be sure that the kit you select allows at least in house plumbing can cause damage to 8 ' ( 2.4 m ) as described above . refrigerator parts and lead to water leakage or flooding . Call a qualified plumber to correct water hammer before installing the water supply line to the refrigerator . To prevent burns and product damage , do not hook up the water line to the hot water line . If you use your refrigerator before connecting the water line , make sure the icemaker power switch is in the O ( 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 . 31
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Installation Instructions INSTALLING THE WATER LINE ( CONT . ) Install the shutoff valve on the nearest frequently used drinking water line . WHAT YOU WILL NEED ( CONT . ) NOTE : The only GE approved plastic tubing is that supplied in GE SmartConnect TM [ ] SHUT OFF THE MAIN WATER Refrigerator Tubing kits . Do not use any SUPPLY other plastic water supply line because the line is under pressure at all times . Certain Turn on the nearest faucet long enough types of plastic will crack or rupture with age to clear the line of water . and cause water damage to your home . • A GE water supply kit ( containing tubing , shutoff valve and fittings listed below ) is [ ] CHOOSE THE VALVE LOCATION available at extra cost from your dealer or Choose a location for the valve that is from Parts and Accessories , 800.626.2002 easily accessible . It is best to connect into ( in Canada 1.888.261.3055 ) . the side of a vertical water pipe . When it is • A cold water supply . The water pressure must necessary to connect into a horizontal be between 20 and 120 p . s . i . ( 1.4 - 8.1 bar ) . water pipe , make the connection to the top or side , rather than at the bottom , to avoid drawing off any sediment from • Power drill . the water pipe . • 1 / 2 " or adjustable wrench . • Straight and Phillips blade screwdriver . • Two 1 / 4 " outer diameter compression nuts and 2 ferrules ( sleeves ) - - to connect the copper tubing to the shutoff valve and the refrigerator water valve . OR [ ] DRILL THE HOLE FOR THE VALVE • If you are using a GE SmartConnect TM Refrigerator Tubing kit , the necessary Drill a 1 / 4 " hole in the water pipe ( even if fittings are preassembled to the tubing . 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 • If your existing copper water line has a the drill . flared fitting at the end , you will need an adapter ( available at plumbing supply Failure to drill a 1 / 4 " hole may result in stores ) to connect the water line to the reduced ice production or smaller cubes . 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 . • Shutoff valve to connect to the cold water line . The shutoff valve 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 shutoff valves are included in many water supply kits . Before purchasing , make sure a saddle - type valve complies with your local plumbing codes . 32
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Installation instructions [ ] FASTEN THE SHUTOFF VALVE [ ] CONNECT THE TUBING TO THE VALVE Fasten the shutoff valve to the cold water pipe with the pipe clamp . Place the compression nut and ferrule ( sleeve ) for copper tubing onto the end Pipe of the tubing and connect it to the shutoff valve . Make sure the tubing is fully inserted into the valve . Tighten the compression nut securely . Cold Water Pipe Saddle - Type For plastic tubing from a GE Shutoff Valve SmartConnect TM Refrigerator Tubing kit , insert the molded end of the tubing into NOTE : Commonwealth of Massachusetts the shutoff valve and tighten compression Plumbing Codes 248CMR shall be adhered nut until it is hand tight , then tighten one to . Saddle valves are illegal and use is not additional turn with a wrench . permitted in Massachusetts . Consult with Overtightening may cause leaks . your licensed plumber . Saddle - Type Sh utoff Va Ive Compression Nut [ ] TIGHTEN THE PIPE CLAMP / SmartConnect TM Tighten the clamp screws until the sealing washer begins to swell . / Tubing NOTE : Do not overtighten or you may Packing Nut crush the tubing . Ferrule ( sleeve ) Outlet Valve Washer NOTE : Commonwealth of Massachusetts Inlet End Pi Plumbing Codes 248CMR shall be adhered to . Saddle valves are illegal and use is not Clamp permitted in Massachusetts . Consult with Screw your licensed plumber . [ ] FLUSH OUT THE TUBING Turn the main water supply on and flush out the tubing until the water is clear . [ ] ROUTE THE TUBING Shut the water off at the water valve after Route the tubing between the cold water about one quart ( 1 liter ) of water has been line and the refrigerator . flushed through the tubing . 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 tubing ( about 8 ' [ 2.4 m ] coiled into 3 turns of about 10 " [ 25 cm ] diameter ) to allow the refrigerator to move out from the wall after installation . go back to Step 1 in Installing the Refrigerator . I To complete the installation of the refrigerator , I 33
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Normal operatingsounds . Newer refrigerators sound different from older refrigerators . Modem refrigerators have more features and use newer technology . Do you hear what I hear ? These sounds are normal HUMMM . . . WHIR ! IWHOOSH . . . _ ! i Tile ne _ high el'Iiciency compressor may run fi _ ster aim longer fllan your old refdgerator and you ma _ hear a high - pitched _ : Ym may hear file tm / s spinning at high speeds . This happens hurn or pula _ fing sound Mille it is operating . \ dmn tire reti - lgerator is fix _ t plugged in , \ d _ en the dom _ are opened frequently or when a laq { e mnount of toed is added to _ ! i ' din rnay hear a \ d / ooshing sound \ dmn the dools dose . Tills is tire refrigerator or freezer compartments . The rims are helping due to pressul _ equalizing within the refrigen _ tol : to maintain the correct temperatures . N The rims change speeds in order to provide optimal cooling and energy " savings . WATERSOUNDS CLICKS , POPS , CRACKS and SNAPS 6 _ ! i _ bu may hear cracking or popping sounds \ d _ en tim reti - lgemtor is thNt plugged in . This happens as the refrigenm ) r _ ! i Tire flo _ of x > frigerant fl _ rough the freezer cooling coils ma ? cools to the correct temperature . make a gurgling noise like boiling water . _ ! i The freezer control will click \ d / en starting or stopping the _ ! i Water dropping on the defrost heater can cause a sizzling , compress ( n : popping or buzzing sound dtmng the defrost c } cle . _ ! i Defl'ost timer snapping in and out of the defrost c _ cle . N A _ mr dripping noise inay occur during the defrost Q'cle as _ ! i Expansion and contraction of cooling coils during and after ice mehs frorrl the ev _ q ) orator and flo _ vsinto the dndn pan . defrost can cruise a crocking or popping sound . _ ! i Closing the door mat cause a gurgling sound due to pl _ ssure _ ! i On models with an icemakex ; after an icemaking Qcle , } ou equalization . may hear the ice cubes dropping into the ice bucket . _ ! i On models with a dispensex ; during _ ter dispense , } _ m may hear the _ ater lines mo _ e at initial dispense and after dispenser button is released . Before you call for service . . . Troubleshooting - tips Save time and money ! Review the charts on the following pages first and you may not need to call for service . Possible Causes What To Do • _ 4 _ fit about 30 minutes fin " defl'ost cycle to end . Refrigerator does not Refrigerator in defrost cycle . operate Control in 0 ( off ) position . ' * Move tire control to a temperature setting . Refrigerator is unplugged . ' * Push the plug completely into the outlet . The fuse is blown / circuit * Replace fl _ se or reset tire breaker . breaker is tripped . Vibrationor rattling Leveling legs need adjusting . * See Level the Refrigerato _ ( slightvibration is normal ) 34
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ge . cem Possible Causes What To Do Motor operates for Normal when refrigerator • _ , _ hit 94 horus fiw the refi _ igerator to c'ompletely ( ' ool ( lowu . long periods or cycles is first plugged in . on and offfrequently . • This is uom / al . ( Modem refrigerators Often occurs when large amounts of food are with more storage space and a larger placed in refrigerator . freezer require more Door left open . * Check to see if package is holding door o ) eu , , } • operating time . They . start and stop often Hot weather or frequent * This is u ( ) llual . to maintain even door openings . Temperature control * See About the controls . set at the coldest setting . Grille mad condenser need * See Care and cleaning . clemfing . TurboCool function has been * This is uom _ al when the Turbo ( _ o ( _ l fluwtiou is activated . activated . See About TurboCoolfi , r more iufomaatiou . Refrigerator or freezer Temperature controls not set * See About the controls . cold enough . _ dChrm weather or frequent * Set the temperattu'e control one step ( ' ol ( le _ : door openings . See About the controls . Door left open . * Che ( k to see if } ) a ( kage , is holding , door o } ) eu . Frost orice crystals Door left open . * Check to see if package is hol ( liug door o } ) eu . on frozen food ( frostwithinpackage Too frequent or too long is normal ) door ope _ fings . Frequent " buzzing " lcemaker power switch is in * Set the power switch t ( > the 0 ( off ) } ) ( > sitiou . KeelfiUO _ it sound the I ( on ) position , but the in the I ( on ) l ) osifiou will damage the water valve . water supply to the refrigerator has not been comaected . Small or hollow cubes Water Filter clogged . * Rel ) la ( e filter cartridge with new cartridge or with ) lug , } , • Automaticicemaker lcemaker power s _ vitch is * Set the l ) ower switch t ( > the I ( On ) l ) ositiou . ( on some modelsj not on . The icemaker power light will tuna green when the does not work fl'eezer light switch is pressed in ( : q " when the fi'eezer door is closed . Water supply turned off or * See Installing the waterline . not com _ ected . Freezer compartment * Wait 24 h _ ) tu _ fiw the l'eflJgel'at ( ) l " to ( ' ( ) lni ) letely too warm , cool down . Piled up cubes in the storage * l , evel cubes by hand . bin cause the icemaker to shut off . Ice cubes stuck in icemaker . * Ttwu off the icemake _ , remove ct / bes and ttu'u the ( Green power fight on icemaker back ( ) u . icemaker blinking . ) lcemaker fight is not fit . * This is uonual when the freezer door is o } ) eu . The icemaker I ) ° wer light , \ viii tun ] , green when the fl'eezel " light switch is pressed in or when the freezer door is closed . 35
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Before you call forservice . . . Troubleshooting - tips Possible Causes What To Do Ice cubeshave Food lrmlsmitthlg odor / taste * _ ' rap foo ( ls well . to ice cubes . odor / taste Interior of refrigerator * See Care and cleaning . needs demfing . Slow ice cube freezing Door left open . * Check to see it l ) acka , , , e _ is holding door open . Freezer control not set * See About the controls . cold enough . Refrigerator has odor Foods lrm _ smitth _ g * Foods with strong ( : , ( 1 ( : , _ should be tightly wrapped . odor to refrigerator . * Keep an open box of baking soda in the refi _ igerator ; replace eveI'v three months . Interior needs cleaning . * See Care and cleaning . Moisture forms on Not unusual during * Wipe sudiwe dly and reset the I'eflJgel'atof control outside of refrigerator periods of high hmnidity , one , settin , _ colde _ : Moisture collects inside Too frequent or too ( in humid weather , air long door ope _ m _ gs . carries moisture into refrigerator when doors Refrigerator or freezer No power at outlet . • Replace fi / se or reset the breakel : compartment light does Light bulb bmaled out or loose . * See Replacing the light bulbs . not work Door / drawerdoes not Leveling legs need adjusting . * See Installingthe Refrigerator . close by itself Freezerdoor / drawer This is normal if , after popping • This imlicates that there is a good seal on the fl'eezer pops open when open , the freezer door / drawer door / drawe _ : / f the freezer door / drawer does not refrigerator door closed on its own . automaficalh " close after popping open , then see the is closed Problem : Door / drawer does not close by itself , ab _ r , ' e . Hot air from bottom Normal air flow cooling of refrigerator motor . In the refrigeration process , it is normal that heat be expelled in the area under the refrigerator . Some floor coverings will discolor at these normal and safe temperatures . Food freezing in Food too close to the air vent * Move the fi ) od away from the air vent ( near the the refrigerator at the back of the refrigerator , controls ) . Refrigerator control is set * Move the refi _ igerator control to a wam _ er too cold . temperattu'e setting one increIlient at a time . Orange glow Defrost heater is on . * This is natural . in the freezer 36
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g _ com Possible Causes What ToDo Waterhaspoor Water dispenser has not been * Dispense water until all water in system is taste / odor used for a long time . rel ) lenislw ( l . Waterin firstglass Normal when refrigerator • _ 4 ' ait 24 hotu _ fl ) r tile refiigerator to completely is warm is first installed , cool down . Water dispenser has not been • Disl ) ense watel " until all w ; itel " is svSteln is used for a long time . rel ) lenished . Water system has been drained . * _ dlow several hotu _ fi ) r relalenished stq ) laly to chill . Waterdispenser Water supply line turned off * See Installingthe water line . doesnotwork or not cmmected . Water Filter clogged . * Replace filter cartridge or remove filter and install l ) lug . Air may be trapped ha * Press the dispenser mm fi ) r at least 2 minutes . the water system . Watersputting from Nmdy - hastalled filter cartridge . • Run water fl'om the dispenser tot 3 minutes dispenser ( about 1 ½ gallons ) . Wateris notdispensed Water ha reservoir is frozen * Set the reli ] gerator control to a waHner setting and buticemaker is working because the controls are wait 24 l / grub . / f water does not dispense after 24 l _ otu _ , set too cold . call tot service . No water or ice cube Supply line or shutoff valve * Call a plumbe _ : production is dogged . Water leflter dogged . * Replace filter cartridge or remove filter and install plug . Filter cartridge not • Relnove and reinstall filter cartridge , being certain that properly installed , it locks into place . The blade on the end of the cartridge should be positioned verticall } : Water is leaking from Glass not being held under * H _ ) ld the glass underneath the dispenser fl ) r 2 - 3 sec _ rods dispenser the dispenser long enough after releasing the dispenser button . _ ' ater may continue after button is released , to dispense after the butt _ m is released . Air may be present ha the • Dispense water tot at least 2 minutes to l'eulove air t ] ' Olll svstelll . water line system , causing water to drip after being dispensed . 37
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Before you call forservice . . . Troubleshooting - tips Possible Causes What ToDo TurboCool function is activated . * See About TurboCoolibr more inf ( mnation . My displayis showingk € Waterfitterindicatorlight This is normal . • SeeAbout the water filter tor more intom / ation . changedcolor Waterfilterindicatorlight Water filter indicator must • Pressand hold the RESETWATERFILTERpadfor 3 remainsredeveoafter be reset , seconds . SeeAbout the water filter for more inhmnation . replacingthe water filter Waterfilterindicator This is normal . This fight will * See About the water filtertbr more intom _ ation . light is not lit turn ormage to tell you that you need to replace the fiher soon . The f'titer cartridge should be replaced when the replacement indicator fight tttrns red . Handle is ! oose / handle Hmadle needs adjusting . • See Attach the Fresh Food handle and Attach the Freezer handle sections for detailed instructions . Refrigerator beeping This is the door aJm'rn . • Close doo , : Control setting is not lit On some models , the fight • It the control settings do not light up , check to see it the bulbs at the top of the refrigerator light bull ) s are burned out , and replace if necessm3 . compartment fight up the temperature control settings . Refrigerator doors are Doors need realigning . • See Align Double Doors section h ) cated trader noteven ( onDoubleDoor Replacing the Door ( Double Door Refrigerator Models only ) . modelsonly ) 38
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GE Service Protection Plus ' M GE , a name recognized workhvide ff ) r quality ' and dependabilivy ' ; oflers y'ou Service Protection Plus ' _ ' - - comprehensive protection on all yore appliances - - No Matter What Brand ! We71CoverAny Appliance . Benefits Include : Anywhere . Anytime . * * Backed by GE * All brands covered * Unlimited service calls * All parts and labor costs included * No out - of - pocket expenses * No bidden deductibles * One 800 number to call You will be completel ) satisfied _ ith our service protection or ) ou ma ) request } ore " mone } back on the remaining value of yore " contract . No questions asked . It's theft simple . Protect your refligerator , dishwasher ; washer and dryei ; range , TV , V ( : R and mt _ ch more - - aJay brand ! Plus there's m _ extrll chaxge fl ) r emergency service and low monthly financing is available . Even icemaker coverage and iood spoilage protection is offered . You can rest easy , knowing that all your valuable household prodtlcts are protected against expensive repairs . Place , ore " confiden ( e in ( ; E and ( all us in the [ ) . S . toll - free at _ UU . OZO . ZZZzt : foF n / oFe infoFI / / atioll . All hi'ands ( overed , up to 20 ) < a ; s old , in the ( ominent _ tl [ . S . . _ ( Mt here Please place in envelope and mail to : General Electric Company Warranty Registration Department P . O . Box 32150 Louisville , KY 40232 - 2150 39
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Consumer Product Ownership Registration Dear Customer : Thank you for purchasing our product and thank you for placing your confidence in us . VVeare proud to ha _ e you as a customer ! Follow these three steps to protect your new appliance investment : Complete mid mail [ _ U } t ( t VO / lr Owner's AJler mailing tile your Consmner Mamml carefullx . registration below , Product Ownerslfip store this ( toctll / ] ellt It will hel t ) you Registration today . in a sa / b place . It operate your new t ] a _ e the t ) eace o / contains int ( ) rnlation appliance properly . mind of knowing we you will need should c _ ln contact you ill you require service . th ( unlikely ( v ( m of Our service nmnber is a sa / ; vty nlodi / ication . 800 GE CARES ( 800.432.2737 ) . Model Number Serial Number I I , I Important : If you did not get a registration card with your product , detach and return the form below to ensure that your product is registered , or register online at ge . com . , _ , . . _ Cm h ( r ( Consumer Product Ownership Registration Model Number Serial Number I I I Ms . M * > , . Mi _ s Fir'q I I Lastl I Name I I I I I I I I I Nanl ( ! I I I I I I I I I I I I _ 11 - ( ( ! t I I A & hx ss I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I E - lnailAddress * Apt . # I i i Zip I ( : iI , v I I I I I I I I I I s . _ . , I I I ] ( 2 ) de I I I I l ) alc P [ aced In Use ] 1 ] _ 4 _ al - ] l ] Phon ( ! Nulnl ) er I i I I - I , , I - I , , , I Month * Please provide your e - mail address to receive , via e - mail , discounts , special ott _ , r ' , and other important communications h - oln GE Appliances ( ( ; EA ) . Appliances Check here if you do not want to re ( eive ( ommtmications ti - om GEA's carefiflly selected partners . General Electric Company GLoEuisCvoilnles , umKeYr & 440225Industrial FAII . I RE TO COMPLETE AND RE'F [ 7RN Tt tlS CARD DOES NOT DIMINISII Y ( ) l R ge . com _ % RRAN'IY RI ( ; I ITS . For intormation about GEA's prixacy and data usage polio B go to ge . com and click on " Prixacy Policy " or call 800.626.2224 . 4O
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CUSTOMER WARRANTY ( forcustomers in Canada ) Yourrefrigeratoris warrantedto befree of defectsin materialandworkmanship . Nhatis covered HowLongWarranted Parts Labour ( FromDateof Sale ) Repairor Replace at Camco'sOption ; ompressor GEProfile : Ten ( 10 ) Years GEProfile : Ten ( 10 ) Years GEProfile : Five ( 5 ) Years GEandAll Other GEandAll Other GEandAll Other Brands : One ( 1 ) Year Brands : One ( 1 ) Year Brands : One ( 1 ) Year SealedSystem ( including GEProfile : Five ( 5 ) Years GEProfile : Five ( 5 ) Years GEProfile : Five ( 5 ) Years _ vaporatorc , ondenser GEandAll Other GEandAll Other GEandAll Other : ubingand refrigerant ) Brands : One ( 1 ) Year Brands : One ( 1 ) Year Brands : One ( 1 ) Year _ , 1O1therParts One ( 1 ) Year One ( 1 ) Year One ( 1 ) Year TERMS AND CONDITIONS : WHAT IS NOT COVERED : Thiswarrantyappliesonlyfor singlefamilydomesticusein • Owneris responsibleto payfor servicecallsrelatedto Canadawhenthe Refrigeratorhasbeenproperlyinstalled productinstallationand / orteachinghowto usethe product . accordingto the instructionssuppliedbyCamcoand is • Damageto finish mustbe reportedwithin48 hoursfollowing connectedto anadequateandproperutilityservice . the deliveryof the appliance . Damagedueto abuse , accident , commerciaul se , andalteration • Damageto finish afterdelivery . ordefacingof the serialplate cancelsall obligationsof this • Improperinstallation - - properinstallationincludesadequate warranty . air circulationto the refrigerationsystem , adequateelectrical , Serviceduringthis warrantyperiodmust be performedby an plumbingandotherconnectingfacilities . AuthorizedCamcoServiceAgent . • Replacemenotf housefusesor resettingof circuitbreakers . NeitherCamconorthe Dealeris liablefor any claimsor • Replacemenotf light bulbs . damagesresultingfromfailureof the Refrigeratororfrom • Damageto productcausedby accidentf , ire , floodsoracts servicedelaysbeyondtheir reasonablecontrol . of God . Toobtainwarrantyservice , purchasermust presentthe original • Lossof fooddueto spoilage . Billof Sale . Componentsrepairedorreplacedarewarranted • Properuseandcareof productas listedin the owner's throughthe remaindeor f theoriginalwarrantyperiodonly . manual , propersettingof controls . Thiswarrantyis extendedto theoriginalpurchasear ndany • Productnot accessibleto providerequiredservice . succeedingownerfor productspurchasedfor homeusewithin • WARRANTOISRNOTRESPONSIBLFEORCONSEQUENTIAL CanadaI . n homewarrantyservicewill beprovidedinareas DAMAGES . whereit is availableanddeemedreasonableby Camcoto provide . Thiswarrantyis inadditionto any statutorywarranty . EXCLUSION OFIMPLIED WARRANTIES - - Your sole and exclusive remedy is preduct repa # as provided in this Limited Warranty . Any implied warranties , iucluding the implied warranties of merchantability orfitness for a particular purpose , are limited to one year or the shortestperiod allowed by law . IMPORTANT Keep this warranty and your bill of sale as proof of original purchase and purchase date . Please have serial number and model number available when calling for service . CamcoServiceis availablecoast to coast . If further help is neededconcerningthis warranty , contact : Staple your receipt here . Manager , ConsumerRelations Proof of the original purchase CamcoInc . , ConsumerService date is needed to obtain service 1 FactoryLane , Suite 310 under the warrant _ Moncton , NewBrunswickE1C9M3 1.800.361.3400 43
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RefrigeratorWarranty . ( Focrustomers in the United States ) Aft warranty service provided by our Factory Service Centers , Staple your receipt here . or an authorized Customer Care ® technician . To schedule service , Proof of the original purchase on - line , 24 hours a day , visit us at go . corn , or carl 800 . GE.CARES date is needed to obtain service ( 800.432.2737 ) . Please have serial number and model number under the warrant _ available when calling for service . GE Will Replace : GEand GEPROFILEMODELS : One Year Any part of the refi _ ige _ zm ) r which fllils due to a ( lefe ( ' t in materials or workmanship . From the date of the During this limited one - year warranty , GE will also provide , free of charge , all labor and originalpurchase related service to replace the defecti \ ' e part . ThirtyDays Anypartof the water filter cartridge which fifils due to a defect in materials or workmanship . / Water filter , ff included ) During this limited thirty - day warranty , GE will also provide , free of charge , a replacement water Fromthe original filter camidge . purchasedate of the refrigerator GEPROFILEMODELSONLY ' . Any part of the sealed refrigerating system ( the compressox ; condenser , evaporator ( GEProfile modelsonly ) and all connecting tubing ) which fifils due to a defect in materials or workmanship . Fromthe date of the During this limited five - year sealed refrigerating system warranty , GE will also provide , originalpurchase free of charge , all labor and related service to replace the defective part in the sealed reliJgerating system . _ % S : ervice trips to your home to teach you how to use _ % R : eplacement of the water Filter cartridge , if included , the product . due to water pressure that is outside the specified operating range or due to excessive sediment hi the i _ i : h : nproper h _ staJlation , delivery or maintenm _ ce . water supply . _ % F : aJhtre of the product if it is abused , misused , or used for : : _ iR : : eplacement of the light bulbs , if included , or water filter other thm _ the intended purpose or used commercially . cartridge , if included , other thml as noted above . _ % L : oss of food due to spoilage . _ % D : mnage to the product caused by accident , fire , floods or acts of God . : : _ iR : : eplacement of house fuses or resetting of circuit breakers . _ % h : _ cidentaJ or consequential damage caused by possible _ % D : mnage caused after delivery . defects with this applimace . ! i _ : Product not accessible to provide required service . EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES - - Your sole and exclusive remedy is product repak as provided in this Limited Warranty . Any implied warranties , including the implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose , are limited to one year or the shortest period allowed by law . This warranty is extended to the original purchaser and any succeeding owner for products purchased for home use within the USA . If the product is located in an area where service by a GEAuthorized Servicer is not available , you may be responsible for a trip charge or you may be required to bring the product to an Authorized GEService location for service . In Alaska , the warranty excludes the cost of shipping or service calls to your home . Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages . This warranty gives you specific legal rights , and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state . To know what your legal rights are , consult your local or state consumer affairs office or your state's Attorney General . 44 Warrantor : General Electric Company . Louisville , KY 40225
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Performance Data Sheet SmartWater Filtration System GSWF Cartridge Thissystemhas been testedaccordingto NSF / ANS142 / 53forreductionof the substances listed below . Theconcentrationof the indicated substancesin water enteringthe systemwas reducedto a concentration less than orequal to thepermissible limit for water leaving the system , as specified in NSF / ANS142 / 53 . * ( 100 % safety factors built in for unmetered usage ) Stmldard No . 42 : Aesthetic Effects Pm - ameter USEPA [ xffluent Effluent % Reduction hffluent _ lallenge Min . Requked MCL Concert € ration Reduction Average Average Maxim _ ml Average MJafimmn ( _ hlorine > f 7 2 ( % 9 ( k43 % > 50 % 1.845 lngiL 9.0 mgiL + 10 % < ( 1 . ( 15mgiL 0.05 mg / L T & ( ) 29.83 # imL 14 ( 1 # ilHL 99.98 % 99.91 % > 85 % 143,333 # ilnI . at least I ( t , 000 ixmk : / _ imi , Standm _ No . 53 : Heahh Effects Parameter USEPA hlfluent % Reduction Influent Ch ' , fllenge Effluen _ Min . Req _ fired MCL Concentration Ma , . ' KII _ I Illll Mhmmmi Reduction Average Average Aver ; _ e q _ wbidilx 1 N'I'L * _ * 10.3 NTU * * _ l + l N'I'L * _ * 0.106 NTI 0.14 N'I'L 98.97 % 98.61 % 0.5 NTI ( Xsts 9 { ) . { ) 5 % Reduction o 0 > 99.99 % > 99.99 % > 99.95 % 2t ) t ) , ( ) t ) 0 # iL Minimum 50,000 I . > 99.33 % Lead at pit 6.5 0.015 mgiL 0.15 mg / L 0 . l 5 lngiL + 109 ; < 0.00l mgiL < 0.001 lngiL > 99.337 ; 0.010 mg / L > 99.29 % Lead at pit 8.5 0.015 mgiL 0.14 lngiL 0.15 mgiL + 10 % 0.001 lngiL 0.003 mg / L 97.86 % ( } . ( } 10 mgiL Lindane 99.07 _ ; 0.0002 mgiL ( 1 . ( 1216lngiL 0.002 lngiL + 109 ; < 0.00002 mgiL < 0.00002mgiL 98.759 ; ( } . ( } 1 } 02mgiL Atrazine > 76.12 % 0.003 lngiL ( 1 . ( 108mgiL 0.009 mgiL + l 0S : ; < 0.002 mg / L < 0.002 lngiL > 66.6791 ( } . ( } ( } 3mgiL * Testedusinga flow rate of 0.5gpm ; pressureof 60psig , pHof 7,5 = + 0,5 ; temp , of 68 ° = + 5 ° F ( 20 ° = + 3 ° C ) . . . . . Measurementin Partic / es / m / , Partic / esusedwere 0,5 - 1microns . . . . . . N . . TU = Nephe / ometricTurbidityunits Operating Specifications [ ] Capacity : certified for up to 750 gallons ( 2,838 l ) ; up to six months [ ] Pressure requirement : 40 - 120 psi ( 2.8 - 8.2 bar ) [ ] Temperature : 33 - 100 ° F ( 0.6 - 38 ° C ) [ ] Flow rate : 0.5 gpm ( 1.9 lpm ) General Installation / Operation / Maintenance Requirements [ ] Fhtsh new cartridge at full flow for 3 minutes tt ) l ) m ' ° e _ ottt trapped air . [ ] Replace cartridge when flow becomes tt ) o slow . Special Notices [ ] Instalhttion instructions , parts and service availability , and standard warr ; mtv are included with the product when shipped . [ ] This drinking water system Faust be maintained according to Faanufilcturer's instructions , including replacement of filter cartridges . [ ] Do not use with water that is microbiologically unsafe or of unknown quality withotlt adequate disinfection before or after the system . S _ : stems certified fl ) r cyst reduction may be used on disinlected water that may contain filterable cysts . [ ] The contaminants or other substances removed or reduced by this water treatment system are not necessarily in your water . [ ] Check for compliance with the state and local laws and regulations . [ ] Note that while the testing was i ) ertormed trader standard laboratory conditions , actual perflmnance may w _ r > Systems must be installed and operated in accordance with manufhctm'er's recommended procedures and guidelines . System tested and certified by NSF International against Stan ( lar ( 1 42 fk ) r tim reduction of chlorine , taste an ( I odoc particular ( Class I and Standard 53 fk ) r the re ( luction of cyst , lead , I . indane , Atrazine and mrbidit ) . Mamflacmre ( 1 [ o1 - : ( eneral Electric Company , Loui _ xille , t ( Y 40225 45
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State of California Department of Health Services Water Treatment Device Certificate Number 03 - 1559 Date Issued : April 28 , 2003 Trademark / Model Designation Replacement Elements GE GSWF GSWF Manufacturer : General Electric Consumer Products The water treatment device pursuant to Section 116830 of the lnorganic ! Radiological Contaminants Microbiologlc ants and Turbidity Cysts Turbidity Organic Contaminants Atrazine Lindane 2.4 - D Rated Service Capacity : 750 gal Rated service Flow : 0.5 gpm Conditions of Certification : Do not use where water is microbiologically unsafe or with water of unknown quality , except that systems certified for cyst reduction may be used on disinfected waters that may contain filterable cysts . 46
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m Mesures de s & _ rit _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 , 49 FoncCionnement Caract & istiques suppl & nentaires . . . . . . . 55 Clavet / es et bacs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 , 55 Congtqateur . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 Entretien et nettoyage du r _ flJg _ rateur . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 , 60 Le filtre fi eau . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Les bacs fi rangement et bacs a l _ gume . . . 56 Les commandes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 - 52 Machine a glaqons automatique . . . . . . . . 58 Remplacement des ampoules . . . . . . . . . . 61 I In _ ¢ allation Changement du sens d'ouverture des portes ( modUles de r _ fiJg _ ra / eurs ii une porto uniquement ) . . . . . . . . . . . 70 - 73 Enl & ' ement et remise en place des porms ( modUles de rSfiJgSramurs a deux porms uniquement ) . . . . . . . . . 74 - 76 Enl _ vement du tiroir du compartiment congSlation . . . . . . . . . . 68 Installation de la conduim d'eau . . . . . 77 - 79 Installation du r _ flJg & amur . . . . . . . . . 63 - 67 Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Remise en place du tiroir du compartiment congSla / ion . . . . . . . . . . 69 Conseils de d @ annage . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 - 84 Bruits noi _ naux de fonctionnement . . . . . 80 Soutien au consommateur Feuillet de donn _ es relatives fi la perfbnnance de la cartouche . . . . . . . . . . . 87 Garantie pour la clientele au Canada . . . . 86 Soutien au consommateur . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 e _ L Transcrivez les numerosde modele et de serie ici : # de modele # de serie m Ils tiguient sur l ' _ tiquette qui se tr ( mve _ ' _ l'interieur du compartiment rOii - igg _ rateuren haute a droite . r _ 3 47
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MESURESDESECUR / TE / MPORTANTES . USEZD'ABORDTOUTESLESDIRECTIVES . AVERTISSEMENT ! N'utilisez cet # lectrom # nager que pour I'usage auquel il est destin # , comme expliqu # clans le present manuel MESUREDSESECURI7 - E Lorsque vous utilisez un appareil # lectrique , observez toujours les mesures de s # curit # de base , y compris les suivantes . iJi : l : nstallez le r _ flJg _ rateur confimn & nent aux : : Jit : _ : loignez les doigts des parties du r _ qi _ ig & ' ateur off directixes d'installation axmt de l'utilise _ : l'on peut fi _ cilen / ent se pincer : les espaces entre les portes et entre les portes et les placards sont _ : Ne laissez pas les entimts grimpet ; s'asseoit ; se toujoui _ _ troits . S _ vez prudeI _ t lolsque w ) us fijian ez tenir debout ni se pendre aux clavettes du les portes de l'appareil en presence des entimts . r6li _ ig & ' atem : lls potm'aient endommager le r6liJg _ rateur et se blesser gravement . _ : D _ branchez w _ tre r6liJg _ rateur awmt de le nettover ou de le r _ pare _ : : : JiN : : e touchez pas les sm _ i _ ces fl'oides du cong _ lateur si vous avez les mains humides ou mouill _ es : la REMARQUE : Nous vousrecommandonsvivementde confier toute r _ paration _ untechn / cienqua / ifi _ . peau risque d'adh & ' er fi ces surfaces ti ' & s fl'oides . N N'entreposez et n'utilisez pas d'essence ou autres : : _ ii : , : o _ que w _ us r _ glez la commande sur 0 ( arr _ t ) , \ : _ petu _ et liquides inflammables fi proximit _ de cet l'alimentation _ lectrique de l'ampoule appareil ou de tout a utre appareil _ lectrom _ nage _ : n'est pas couple . _ : Si w ) tre r _ li _ ig & amur est dot _ d'tlne machine fi _ : Ne recongelez pas les aliments smgel _ s qui ont glacons automatique _ vitez le contact avec les compl _ tement d _ gel _ . pi _ ces mobiles du m _ canisme _ : jectem ; ou avec l ' _ l & nent chattflm _ t situ _ _ ' lla pattie inf6rietu'e de la machine _ ' lglaoms . Ne posez pas les doigts ou les mains sur le m _ canisme de la machine _ ' l glaqons pendant que le r6li _ ig _ ramur est branch , . - 4 , DANGER ! RISQUES POUR LESENFANTS COMMENTVOUSDEBARRASSECRONVENABLEMENT DEVOTRAENCIENREFRIGERATEUR I , es enfimts pris au pi & ge ou morts d'asph ) svde sont Refrigerants toujou _ 5 d'acmalit _ . I , es r _ qi _ ig _ ratem5 abandonn _ s Tousles appareils de r _ fl _ ig & ation contiennent sont tot _ jom _ aussi dangereux , re & me si on n'attend des r _ fl _ ig _ rants qui , confimn & nent aux lois que < _ quelquesjouis , , po / lr s'en debaYI'aSSeI : Si VO / IS tcad & ' ales , doivent _ tre enlev _ s avant toute ne gardez pas wme anden r _ fl _ ig & ' atem ; veuillez _ limination de l'appareil . Si vous vous d _ barrassez suiwe les directives ci - dessous afin de pr _ venir les de vieux appareils de rOflig & ' afion , VblJfiez , atlpI ' 0S accidents . de la soci _ t _ qui s'occupe de leur _ limination , Avant de vous debarrasserde votre ancien ce que vous devez efire . refrigerateur ou congelateur : ! _ ' JD & nontez les portes . _ : I , aissez les clayettes en place afin d'emp _ cher les enlimts de grimper f _ l'intg _ rJem : CORDONPSROOLNGATEURS Nous vous recommandons fortement de ne pas utiliser de cordons prolongateurs _ cause des risques potentiels qu'ils pr # sentent dans certaines conditions . Toutelois si w _ us d & idez d'ufiliser tout de m _ me un cordon prolongatet . ; il est absolument n & ' essaire qu'il s ) _ gisse d'un cordon _ ' _ 3 ills avec raise _ ' _ la terre pour appareils _ lectrom _ nage _ 5 homologu _ UI , ( aux Etat > Unis ) ou certifi _ CSA ( au Canada ) , i ) omwu d'une fiche et d'une prise raises _ ' _ la terre 48 de 15 amp & res ( minimum ) et de 120 w ) lts .
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www . electromenagersge . ca AVERTISSEMENT ! RACCORDEMEENLTECTRIQUE Ne coupez ni retirez en aucun cas la troisiOme broche ( mise _ la terre ) de la fiche du cordon d'alimentation . Pour votre s6curit6 , cet appareil doit Otre correctement mis _ la terre . I , e cordoi , _ d'alimentation de cet appareil est Cette precaution est recommand _ e pour garanfir muni d'une fiche 5 3 broches ( raise 5 la terre ) un rendement optimum et & ' iter une surcharge des qui se branche darts une prise murale ordinaire drcuits ( dectriques de la rg _ sidence , ce qui pourrait fi 3 alv & ) les ( raise fi la terse ) pour r _ duire au crg _ er un risque d'incendie par surchaufle des ills . minimum les risques de chocs ( dectriques . Ne d _ bmnchezjamais le r6li'ig _ rateur en timnt sur le cordon d'alimentation . Saisissez tbm _ ement la fiche Faites examiner la prise de com'ant et le circuit par un _ lectricien qualifi _ pour vous assurer que la prise du cordon et firez droit pour la refirer de la prise . est correctement raise 5 la terre . R ( _ parez ou remplacez immg _ diatement tout cordon Si la prise murale est du g'pe standard 5 2 alv & _ les , efliloch ( _ ou endommag _ . N'utilisez pas un cordon il xous incombe de la fidre remplacer par une prise tendill _ ou pr & entant des signes d'usure . 5 3 alx & des correctement raise 5 la terre . I , ( n _ que vous dg _ placez votre r _ li'igg _ rateur du mtu ; I , e rg _ flig _ mteur doit toujoms & tre bmnch _ darts sa fidms attention de ne pas le fidre fouler sur le cordon prop _ e prise de CO / li } lnt , dont la tension nominale est d'alimentation afin de ne pas l'endommage _ : identique 5 celle indiqu _ e sur la plaque signalg _ tique . VEUILLELZIREETSUIVREATTENTIVEMENCTES MESUREDSES @ URITE . CONSERVEZCESDIRECTIVES 49
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Los commandesavec rO . glages de tempOra , ture . ( pour lesautres mod # les , consultezlespages suivantes ) NOTE : Le refrig # rateur est exp # di # avec unepeflicule de protection couvrant / es commandesde temp # rature . Si cette peflicule n'a pas # it # retir # e au cours de I'instaflafion faites - le maintenant . La temperature est pr # - r # glfie _ I'usine au num # ro 37 ° F pour le compartiment r # frig # rateur et 0 ° Fpour le compartiment congfilateur . Attendez 24 heures que la temp # rature se stabilise aux temperatures recommand # es pr # - r # gl # es . Le r # glage de temp # rature peut indiquer la temp # rature SET ( r # gl # e ) ainsi que la tempfirature r # efle clans le compartiment rfifrigfiration et darts le compartiment cong # lation . La tempfirature SET ( rfiglfie ) peut varier Ifigfirement de la temp # rature r # elle , selon I'utilisation et les conditions de fonctionnement . Le placement d'une ou des deux commandes sur OFF ( ArrOt ) arr _ te le refroidissement la fois dans les compartiments du r # frigOrateur et du congOlateur mais ne coupe pas I'alimentation Olectrique du r _ frigOrateur . Changement de la temperature Pour eteindre le systOme de refroidissement , Pour changer la temperature , appuyez et relfichez le bouton WARMER ou COLDER ( Plus chaud et Plus appuyez bri ( _ vement sur le bouton WARMER ( phls fl'oid ) , i , e voyant SET ( aflichage ) s'allumera et ch : md ) du rtqi'igtqrateur ou du ( onggdateurjusqu ' 5 l'affichage indiquera la temp ( _ ramre r ( Xgl ( _ e . Pour ce que l'aftichage indique OFF ( Art & t ) . Pour remettre changer la tempg _ rature , appuyez bri _ vement sur la rappareil on marche , poussez sur le bouton COLDER touche WARMER ( plus chaud ) ou COLDER ( plus ( plus ti'oid ) du rg _ liig _ mteur ou du conggdatem : i , e ti'oid ) jusqu ' ; ' l ( ' e qtle la [ eillpei ' ; itlli'e dt ) sii ' _ e w ) yant SET ( aflichage ) s'allumera ( 111cgt ( _ que VOtlS apparaisse . I , a tempg _ rature du r _ frigOrateur peut avez sg _ lectionn ( _ . Appuyez ; ' 1notlveatl ( all cgt ( _ or ' ! & t _ e ajust _ e entre 34 et 47 ° F celle du cong _ latem " le voxm _ t SEYest allum _ ) et la temperature de entre - 6 et + 8 ° E l'appareil passera sur la \ ; dem " pr & r6glg _ e de O ° F pore " le cong _ lateur et 37 ° Fpour le r _ ti _ ig & ' atem : Une tiffs la tempg _ ramre souhait _ e affichg _ e , apr0s I , ' aflichage ( 1 ' 1111ou des deux boutons sur OFF 5 secondes , la tempg _ ramre aflichg _ e retournera ; ' 1 ( Art & t ) arr & te le reti'oidissement darts les celle du r _ q'rigtq'atem " et du congtqlatem : Plusieu _ s compartiments du r ( Xli'igt ) rateur et du congt ) lateur ajustements peuvent & tre ng _ cessaires . Chaque t0is mais ne coupe pas l'alimentation Olectrique du que vous ajustez les commandes , laissez passer rtqi'igt ) ratem : 24 heures pour que le rg _ ti'igg _ rateur atteigne la tempg _ rature que vous avez sg _ lectiom _ e . Systeme de bonne circulation d'air Ce svst ( Xme est conqu pour maMmiser le rendement pardi arrk ) re du compartiment du congtqlatem : darts les compartiments du rtatiJgt ) rateur et du I , e rangement d'aliments en a \ : mt des pe _ siennes cong _ latem : Ce concept tmique consism en une de ces compartiments n'aflecte pas le rendement canalisation d'air fix _ e au long des patois artistes de l'appareil . du rg _ liJgg _ rateur et d ' un tunnel 5 air au bas de la 5O
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Au sujet de TurboCooE ( surcertainmsodOles ) www . electromenagersge . ca Fonctionnement i _ comnmnde TurboCoolaccOl _ re Utilisation le refroidissen _ ent du compartiment Appuyez sur le bouton TurboCool . r _ li _ g & ' ation afin de refl'oidir plus I , ' _ cran de temp & ' amre du r _ li _ ig _ rateur rapidement les aliments . Utilisez rurboCool TurboCool indique k c . quand vous ajoutez une grande quanfitO Quand la commande TurboCoolcesse de d'aliments darts le compardment timctionne _ ; le compartiment r _ li _ ig _ ration r _ ffig & ' ation , quand vous mettez de c6t _ revient fi son r _ glage original . des aliments apr _ s les avoir laiss _ s reposer 5 la temp & ' ature de la pk ) ce ou quand NOTES : Vous ne pouvez pas changer vous mettez de cgt _ des testes d'aliments la mmp & ' amre du rOfl _ ig & ' ateur chauds . Vous pouvez _ galem ent 1 ' utiliser pendant que la commande TudIoCoo / timctionne . aprOs que le r _ fl - igOrateur soit rest ( x d _ branch _ pendant une p & ' iode I , e TudloCool n'a pas d'eflbt sur prolong _ e . la temp & ' ature du cong _ latem : Une lois active , le compresseur se met Quand vous ouvrez la porte du imm _ diatement en route et les ventilatem _ rSti _ ig _ rateur pendant l'acfion se mettent en marche et s'arr _ tent fi haute de la commande TudloCool , les \ ' itesse pendant huit heures , en suivant leur ventilatem _ c ( mtinuent fi cycle . I , e compresseur continue 5 marcher tonctionner si leur cycle jusqu'a ce que le compartiment le demande . r _ afl _ ig & ' ation se refroidisse 5 environ 1 ° C ( 34 ° F ) , puis il se met en marche et s'arr _ te selon son propre cycle pour maintenir cette temp & ' ature . Apr & s 8 heures ou si VO / IS pressez a no / l \ ' e _ ltl S / lI " le go / lion TurboCool , le compartiment r _ liig & ' ation revient 5 son r _ glage original . Alarme de porte ( SurcertoinsmodOles ) I , ' alaxme de porte sonne si l'une des portes reste ouverte pendant plus de 2 minutes . I , a sonnerie s'arr6m quand vous fennez la porte . 51
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Lescommandesavec r # glagesnumerotes . NOTE : Le rfifrig # rateur est exp # di # avec unepeflicule de protection couvrant / es commandesde temp # ratureS . i cettepeflicu / en'a pas # it # retir # eau coursde / ' instaflafionfaites - / emaintenant . Au dOpart , r # glez le bouton de commande du r _ frigOrateur _ la position 5 et le bouton de commande du congOlateur _ la position 5 , et attendez 24 heures que la tempOrature se stabilise . Plusieurs ajustements peuvent Otre nOcessaires . ROglez les commandes une graduation la fois et attendez 24 heures entre chaque r # glage pour que le r # frigOrateur atteigne le r # glage que vous avez choisi . Le placement d'une ou des deux commandes sur 0 arr _ te le refroidissement la fois darts les compartiments du r _ frigOrateur et du congOlateur mais ne coupe pas I'alimentation Olectrique du r # frigOrateur . Systeme de bonne circulation d'air Ce svstOme est conqu pour maMmiser le rendement paroi arri & re du compartiment du congtqlatem : darts les compartiments du rtXli'ig _ rateur et du I , e rangement d'aliments en a \ : mt des pe _ siennes cong _ lateui : Ce concept unique consiste en une de ces compartiments n'aflecte pas le rendement canalisation d'air fix6e au long des patois artistes de l'appareil . du rOflJgt ) rateur et d ' un tunnel ; ' l air an has de la 52
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Le filtre a eau . ( surcertains modOles ) www . electromenagersge . ca Cartouche du fi / tre a eau Bouchon de derivation du filtre I , a cal _ ouche du fi ] tre 5 eau se trouve I1 flint utiliser le bouchon de d ( ! fivation ( Jails le coin droit ani _ re sup ( Meur du du filtre lorsqu'une cartouche de compartiment r ( qi _ ig ( q'ate ul : remplacement n'est pas disponible . I , e distfibuteur et la machine 5 glacons ne gomplacomont du filtro peuvent [ ) as fimctiom , er sans le filtre ou sans ] e bouchon de de : lj ' , rntion dtl filtre . I1 y a m _ vovant hmfineux avertissant qu'il iimt remplacer la cartouche du filtre Filtres de remplacement : d'eau sur l ' ; d , tichage de temperatm'e . Cette Pour commander des carteuches lumi _ re desent orange pore " _ t / s ; pcertir suppl # mentaires , visitez notre site Web que vous devez remplacer bient6t le filtre . I'adresse wvvvv . eleotremenagersge . oa , eu V0us devez remplacer la cal _ ouche de flltre appelez le Service des pieces et accessoires quand le w ) yant ] umineux devient rouge au 888.261.3055 . ousi le d ( ! bit de l'eau ( It * distributem " ou - - Jy de ] a machine a glaqons diminue . Mod & le GSWF Installation de la cartoucho du filtro Les clients au Canada dexmient consulter eau ] es pagesjaunes pore " commitre ] a succm'sale Camco ] a plus pr & . Si vous remplacez la cm _ touche , d'abord 0 enle _ ez ] a xieille cartouche . Ouvrez le couvercle de cartouche en l'appu } ant / sur le taquet situ ( _ a l'avant et en tirant vers ] e [ ) ; is . Enlevez ] a cartouche en la fidsant totlyneF dotlcei / len [ darts le sens contraire a celui des aiguilles d'une montre . I . Jn peu d'eau peut tombel ; MISE EN GARBE : de / ' a / ? pi @ 6 dens / e systbme , / a cartouchede filtre peut gtre @ ct # e pendant qu'elle est enlevbe . Proc # dezavecsob pourI'enlever . HOLD3 SECS O Enlexez ] a tbuille de protection de ] ' extrg _ mit ( _ de ] a cartouche . En aligmmt les fl & ches de ] a cartouche RESETWATER FILTER et ( ] t , l boitier de cartouche , tidtes totlrllei " dotlcelllent la Cal _ Otlche darts ( Sur ceFiains mod # les ) le sens des aiguilles d'tme montre jusqu ' _ ' l son arr6t . Si la cartouche est coriectement install ( % , x _ ms devez entendre tm d & lic quand elle s'engage en place . I , a lame _ ' ll'extr ( 4mit ( 4 de ] a cartouche dolt 6t * e positi ( mn ( % verticalem ent . NOserrez pas trep fort . Fem _ ez le couvercle de cartouche . 0 l _ Sdtes couler de l'eau du distfibuteur O pendant 3 minutes ( environ 5 litres ) pour pro'get ] e s } _ st _ lne et emp _ cher ] es pul % fisations . Consultez la section Utilisation du distributeur . 0 Appuyez sur la touche RESET ) WATER FILTER ( remettre a z # m le filtre d'eau et tenez - la appm , ( % pendant 3 secondes . NOTE : Une cartouche de filtre _ ? e _ au mmvellement instalk ! e pOUt eccasionner un jet d'eau du distlJbtltetll : 53
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Lesclayettes et les balconnets . Toutes les caract # ristiques ne sont pas disponibles sur tous les modOles . Mise en place des clayettes i , es cla ) ettes du r _ fl _ ig _ rateur sent r _ glables . Compartimentr # frigeration Enl _ vement : 0 Soulevez la cla ) ette fi l'axant . @ Soule ; ez la clavette _ ' 1l ' aiTi ( ) re et filites - la sortie : Certains rood # los ont des clayettes on fil de fer que vous pouvez r @ ler de la re # me manibre . Remise en place : O En filisant basculer la cla ) ette xe _ 5 le . f haut , ins & ' ez le crochet supt ) riem " ; ' 1 l'arri ( ) re de la cla ) ette darts tree tente du rail . i i i i Abaissez le dexmt de la clax ette jusqu ' ; ' l ce que le has de la clavette se fixe en place . Clayettes anti - deversement tsurconoinsmod # los ) I , es clavettes anfi - d & ' ex _ ement ont des herds sp _ ciaux pour emp _ cher tout d & ' exsement aux clavettes ini _ rieures . Pore " enlever ou remettre en place ces clayettes , consultez Mise onplace des clayettes . Clayette coulissante anti - deversement tsurcertainsmodbles ) G _ ' fice ; ' 1la clayette glissante and - Remise en place : d & ' e _ ement , w ) us pouvez atteindre des _ Mignez les artiste de la clavette , . tnquetsntre articles places ( lerrii _ re d'autres . Ses bords aux tiq _ tes du ce des rails ; ' 1clavette . sp _ ciaux sont con ( us pore " emp _ cher tout d & e _ sement a ux clavettes int > riem'es . 0 ! _ aites glisser la clayette xe _ 5 l'int _ rJem " . lusqu ' ; ' l ce que les taquets du centre EnlOvement : soient tm petl derriOre la barre axant . 0 Enlevez tousles articles de 1 ; i clavette . 0 Abaissez la cla ) ette en placejusqu ' ; ' l ce gaites glisser la clavette ve _ s l'ext & iem " qu'elle soit horizontale et filites la jusqu ' : l ce qu'elle atteigne son point glisser fi l'int & _ iem : d'arr _ t . Assurez - vousque ia ciayette reposebien l'honzontale aprbsl'avo / ? remiseenp / ace , et qu'elle 0 Soulexez l'axant de la clayettejusqu ' ; ' l ce qtle les tnquets ai'iJOi'e soient atl - desstls ne bougepas d'un cOtdou de l'autre . de la barre a _ mt . Assurez - voudsebienpousserlosciayettesjusqu'au fondpourrefermeriaporte . ( ) mfinuez _ ' _ firer la clavette xet3 l'ax mt et enlex ez - la . 54
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www . electromenagersge . ca Bacs reglables de porte Vous pouvez ti _ dlement transporter les La s _ paration aide _ ' lempOcher les petits bacs rg _ glables du r ( _ fl _ ig ( q'ateur _ ' lxotre articles qui se trouvent sur la clayette de la surti _ ce de trax ill . porte de se renve _ se _ ; de couler ou de glisse _ : Tenez l'alvgu _ le se trouvant fi l'an _ i ( _ re Eulevement : Soulexez l'axant du bac droit de la s _ paration par le doigt et tifites bouger xex _ le haut , puis enlexez en soulexant . la s @ aration selon vos besoins . Remise en place ou changement d'emplacement : Engagez le bac darts les soutiens moul _ s de la porte , et poussez . I , e bac se fixe en place . Clayette de porte non - reglable Enl _ vement : Soulevez la clavette droit \ ' e _ le haut , puis enlevez en soulevant . Remise on place : Engagez la clavette dans les soutiens moulg _ s de la porte et poussez ve _ le bas . Elle se fixera en place . Caracteristiquessupplementaires . Tous los modOles n'ont pas toutes cos caract # risfiques . Panier sauve clayette ( s . r certainsmodO / es ) i , e partier am _ wible _ ' lbreu \ _ ges condent Pour enlever , fifites glisser le partier vets le douze bootes de boisson gazeuse ou deux hautjusqu ' _ ' l sa position d'arr _ t , soulevez le bouteilles de vin ( longitudinalement ) . partier pour hfi taire d _ passer sa position On peut l'enlever pour nettovet ; d'arrOt , puis enle \ ' ez - le . 55
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Bacs a rangementet bacs a legume . Tous les modbles n'ont pas toutes ces caract _ ristiques . Bats gtfruits et legumes VotlS dexez bien esstlxer tOtlte earl ell exc & s qui peut s'accumuler au fired des bacs ou en dessous des bacs . Bac gtlegume gthumidite reglable ( surcertainms odules ) Faites glisser le rg _ glage en posidon HIGH Faites glisser le rg _ glage en position LOW ( elevee ) pore " obtenir l'humidit ( _ maximum ( basse ) pore " obtenir l'humidit ( _ minimum qui est recommandg _ e pour la plupart qui est recommandg _ e pour la plupart des l ( _ gumes , des ti'uits . Bac gtcasse - croOte ( surcertainms odbles ) Vous pouvez mettre le bac _ ' _ case - crofite _ ' _ Pour enlever , fifites glisser le bac ve ] _ l'endroit qui comient le mieux aux besoins l'ext & ' Jem'jusqu ' ; ' l sa position d'arr _ t de xotre tmnille . soulevez le bac pour hfi fifire ( l ( _ passer sa position d'arr # tet enlevez - le . Bac g _ charcuterie gl temperature reglable ( surcertains modOles ) 7 _ me { ente Vous pouxez rg _ gler sa temp ( _ ratm'e Quand ce bac est plac _ dans la 7a " ' tente pa _ ' lpartir du bas et le levier est r _ gl _ en n'importe o6 entre coM ( flxfid ) _ et position COLDEST ( Io plus froid ) , l'air du coldest ( le plus ti'oid ) _ _ . COIllp _ lI'tiIIlent cong _ lation SOtlflle _ n ] tot ] ] " En position cold ( fl'oid ) , le 1 ) ac reste _ ' lla du bac pour le mainmnir tr & s ti'oid . tempg _ ratm'e du reste du rgffi _ igg _ ratem : Vous pouvez mettre ce bac n'importe off si En position coldest ( le plus fl'oid ) , le bac vous ne voulez pas qu'il se reti'oidisse trop . est _ ' _ sa tempg _ ratm'e la plus froide . Enlevement des bacs gtlegumes EnlOvement : Si voltsnepouvezpas ouvrir complOtementla porte , enlevez d'abord le bac le plus Oloig _ ad Vous pomez enlever facilement ces tiroirs en de la porte . AssureT - \ ous que le tiroir le plus les sotflevant Idg & ' ement tout en ddpassant proche de la porte soit bien lerm & II \ atm let ] * " position d'arr _ t . crochet _ ' _ l'm _ mt du rail de d t ] centre . Poussez sur le crochet xers le baset lifites glisser le rail du centre , oO est lixd le bac , loin de la porto . Enlevez le bac . 56
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Co ll g e late u r , www . electromenagersge . ca Tous les modbles n'ont pas toutes ces caract _ ristiques . , Clayettes et paniers du compartiment congelation Selon votre modt ) le , xotre ctm _ i ) artiment congOlation peut axoir les caract & _ stiques s ( / ivantes : @ Une claxette en fi ] de fer sur toute la laroetlr Un partier profimd sin " toute la largem " @ / - . [ I1 panier bas Sill " tOtlte la largetlr 0 Une cla ) ette situOe au < lessus du bac ; ' 1gla < ons 0 Un partier sin " la moiti _ de la largem " L'apparence et les caract & istiques _ euvent varier Enlevement des clayettes et des paniers Pourenleverle partierprofondsurtoute la largeur darts les modMes avec tin tiroir de compartiment cong _ lation : 00uvrez le tiroir du compartiment 0 Soulexez l'avant du partier et soulexez cong _ lafionjusqu ' _ ' l son arr _ t complet . l'ensemble du partier pour l'enlexer et enlex ez - le complOtement . i , e partier du compartiment congOlafion L'apparence peuvent varier repose sur un cadre fl l'inttafieur du tiroir du compartiment congg _ lation . Soulevez l'anJ _ re du panie _ : Pour enlever le panier stir la mo # i # de la largeur : Quand vous remettez en place le panier , , assurez - vous que les taquets en fil de tier et Tirez le partier hoxs de son les crochets en fil de ter situ ( _ s sin " les cgttas emplacement d'arrOt . du partier entrent darts les tentes situg _ es en @ Soulevez l'a \ : mt du partier pour Taquet haut des rails du partier du haut . le libt ) rer des guides . NOTEJAssurez - ; ' ous totljouI _ de bien fbm _ er 0 Soulevez l'arriOre du partier et sortez - le le panie _ : Vous saurez qu'il est bien ti _ m _ ( _ des guides . quand il a cliqu ( _ en place . L'apparence peuvent varier Pour enlever les paniers profonds sur toute la largeur dans les modeles avec porte de compartiment congelation , le panier bas sur toute la largeur et la clayette en fil de fer stir toute la largeur : Tirez le partier ou la clayette . jusqu ' ; ' l 0 Soule ; ez le partier ou la clayette et thite > le sortie : son emplacement d'arr _ t . @ Soulexez l'ax mt et fifites - le passer au - L'apparence peuvent varier dessus de son emplacement d'arr _ t . Pour enlever la clayette situee au - dessus du bac a glagons : Clayette 0 Tirez la clavette pore " la fifire sortie : 57
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Machine a glagonsautomatique . II faut pr6voir entre 12et 24 heures avant qu'un r6frig6rateur nouvellement install6 commence _ produire des glagons . Comrnutateudre rna [ che Machine Machine a glagons automatique La machine _ glact ) nsse ] ' emplirad'ea . si ( sur certains modbles ) sa temperature baisse 5 - ] O ° C ( l 5 I _ ' ) . Un I , a machine a glacons produit sept giacons r _ f ) Jg _ ratetlr nomellement instalK prend de par c ) cle , st ) it emiron 100 a ] 30 g ] acons ] 2 _ i 24 hem : es pour commencer a prod trite par 24 heures , selon la temp0ramre du des glacons , compartiment congOlation , la temp ( _ ramre \ , ) us entendrez un bourdonnement chaque de la pibce , le hombre de fi ) is que la porte est Ibis que la machine a glacons se remplit d'eau . Oil \ erie et les autres conditions d'tlaJlisaaJon . Jetez les premiers lots de glacons potlr Consuhez ci - dessous la mani _ re d ' _ goir acc _ s pem3ettre _ la conduite d'eau de se purge1 : vertede aux glacons et d'atteindre le commtltateur Assurez4tms clue Hen ne g - bne la course d u fonctionnement de marche , bras palpetm Si xous fitites fi ) nctionner le rdiiigdrateur Quand le bac se remplit jtBqu'au nixeau du a \ ant de raccorder I'eau a la machine a bras palpem , la machine a glau ) ns s'arr _ te de glacons , mettez le commutatetu " de marche prodtfire des glaqons . II est normal de trou , , er en position 0 ( arrOt ) . I , e volant hmfineux de des glacons qui soient soudds ensemble . la machine a glacons devient vert quand le Si " , ous n'utilisez pas soment yes glacons , commutateur de la lumi0re du compartiment les xieux glacons deviennent opaques , congdlation est pressd ou quand la porte du premlent un mauxais gofit et rdtrdcissent . compartiment congdlation est fermde . NOTE : Dans los maisons qui ont une pression d'eau Apr _ s moir mccord ( _ le r _ fiJg _ ratetlr _ ' l plus faible que la moyenne , vous pouvez entendre la I'alimentation d'eatl , n ] ettez le comn ] tltatetlr machine # glagons recommencer plusieurs fois son de marche en position I ( marche ) . cycle pour produire une livraison de gl & ons . Acces aux glagons et au commutateur de marche Pouratteindre le commutateurde marche de la machine a glacons , tirez la clayette situde au - dessus du bac a glacons et lidtes - la sortil : Assurez - \ ous tot . liours de bien la remettre en place . Pouravoir acees aux glacons , tirez simplement Pour atteindre le commutateur le bac vers vet / s , de marche . Pour avoir accbs aux glacons . Trousseaccessoire de machine g _ glagons Si \ _ m'e r ( ' fHgdratetn " n'est pas ( l _ ia ( _ quip ( _ \ " ( ' rifiez derriere \ _ ) tre rdfHg ( ' rateur le mod _ le d'tme machine a glacons aut ( maatique , vous de trousse a glacons que vous de _ ez acheter potwez acheter une trousse accessoire de pour votre rdfi'Jg ( ' rateur machine a glacons . Utilisation du distributeur ( sur certains mod # les ) I , e distributeur d'eml est sired stir la paroi Si I'eaunecode pasdu distributeurquandvous installezvotrerdfrigdrateur , c'est qu'i / peut y avoirde de gmlche a l'intdrieur du compartiment ! ' air clans / esystbmedeconduited'eau . Appuyezsur r ( _ fi'Jg - ( q'a tion . / e boutondudistributeurpendantaumoins2 minutes Pour distrihuor de I'eau : pouren / ever / ' air pris aupiegeclans / aconduited'eau et pourremp / ird'eau / esyst # medudistributeurDurant O TelliI " le veYl'e COlltre le l'ellli ) llcen ] ellt . ce processus , / e distributeurpeut # tre bruyantpuisque O Poussez le bouton du distributeur d'eau . de / ' air est expu / sddesconduitesd'eau . Pourexpu / ser routes / esimpuretdsde / a conduited'eau , jetez toujours O Tenez le verre sous le distHbuteur les 6 premiersverresd'eau . pendant 2 - 3 secondes aprbs ax _ ir cessd d'appuyer stir le bouton du ( listHbumtu : NOTE : Pour bviter des dbpOts d'eau , le I , ' eau peut continuer a couler apr _ s distributeur doit gtre nettoyd r @ ufibrement en que le bouton soit revenu en position . l'essuyant avec une @ onge ou un chiffon propre . 58
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Entretienet nettoyagede votrerefrig & ateur , www . electromenagersge . ca Nettoyage de I'exterieur Les poignees de porte et les garnitures . Vouspouvez nettoyer les panneaux et les poign _ es de porte en acier inoxydable ( sur Nettovez avec un linge tremp _ darts de l'eau certains modules ) avec tm netto _ mt d'acier savom _ euse . S _ chez avec un linge doux . inoxvdable vendu sur le march _ . 11 \ mlt N'appliquez pas de cite sur les poign _ es mieux utiliser tm produit de nettoyage et les garnitmes de porte . \ : q ) ofis _ pour acier inoxydable . Conservezrexterieur propre . Essuyez avec un N ' utilisez pas de cite pore " appareils linge propre lOg _ ) rement humectO de tire _ ' l m _ nage _ sin " l'acier inoxydable . appareil _ lectrom _ nager ou de d _ te _ it liquide fi \ : fisselle doux . S _ chez et polissez avec tm linge doux , propre . N'essuyez jamais votre r6fng # rateur avec un torchon sale ou une serviette moui / l # e . Ce / apeut iaisser un r6sidu qui risque d'endommager ia pel ) _ ture . N'uti / isez jamais de tampon _ r6curer , de nettoyant en poudre , d'eau dejavel ou de produit nettoyant contenant un agent de b / anchiment , car ces produits peuvent rayer et endommager / a peinture . Nettoyage de I'interieur Pour aider a emp _ cher les odeurs , laissez Apr & s avoir nettoy _ lesjoints de porte , m _ e boite ouverte de bicarbonate de soude appliquez tree fine couche de \ _ seline sin " darts les compartiments r _ frig _ rafion et lesjoints du cgtO des charni _ res pour emp _ cher lesjoints de coller et de se cong _ lation . ( lOfi ) m _ e _ : Debranchez votre refrigerateur avant de le Ewtez de nettoyer les clayettes froides en verre nettoyer . Si ( e n'est pas pratique , enlevez l'eau chaude , parce qu'efles risquent de se casser toute hmni ( lit _ au moven d'tme _ ponge cause de / a grande difference de temperatures . 0 / 1 d'tln chiffon po / lI " nettover atltO / li " des Manipulez avec soins / e verre . Vouspouvez briser COIIlIIlll [ il [ e / lIN _ des hlillieres o / i des en # c / ats ie verre tremp6 en ie heurtant . r _ glages . Ne / avez aucune piece en mati # re p / astique de Utilisez une cire pour appareils votre r6fng # rateur clans votre machine _ laver Olectrom _ naget _ sin " la S / li ] ilce intOriem'e / a vaisse / / e . entre les pm * es . Utilisez tree solution d'eau chaude et de bicarbonam de soude ( 15 I111 [ soit line cuill _ re _ ' lsoupe environ ] de bicarbonate de soude darts 1 litre [ soit tree pinte ] d'eau ) . Cette solution nettoie tout en neutralisant les odem _ . Rincez et s _ chez en essuvant . 59
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Entretienet nettoyagedu rofrigorateur . Derriore le rofrigorateur Prenez un soin particulier hn _ que vous Lorsque vous remettez le rdfrlgdrateur en p / ace _ loignez le r _ frig & ' ateur du m m : T _ ms les en le poussant , veil / ez _ ne pas le fake rouler sur le cordon d'ahknentation ou sur la conduite d'eau _ ' pes de re \ ' etelllents de sol pet / \ ' ent eti'e endommag _ s , particuli _ rement ceux qtfi de ia machine _ gia _ ons ( sur certalns modbies ) . sont coussin & ou dont la sm _ i _ ce est _ mfl'be . Tirez le rOfl _ ig _ rateur en ligne droite et , lo _ que vous le remettez en place , poussez - le \ ' eI _ le Inur en ligne droite . I , es d _ placements lat6raux du rOfl _ igOrateur pomTaient endommager le rev _ tenlent de sol ou le r _ li - Jg _ ratem : Dopart en vacances I , orsque vous vous absentez pendant m _ e Si la tempg _ rature risque de descendre sous p & _ iode prolong _ e , videz et d _ branchez le point de congg _ lation , demandez _ ' l tm le r ( _ fl - Jg ( q'atem : R ( tglez le bouton de r _ parateur de vidanger la conduite d'eau commande du congSlamm " fi la position 0 afin d ' & ' iter les d _ gfits s _ rieux causg _ s par les inondations . ( afrO0 et nettovez l'int _ iJeur avec une solution d'eau et de bicarbonate de soude , _ ' lraison 15 ml ( d'tme cuill ( _ re : _ lsoupe ) de bicarbonate par litre ( 1 pinte ) d'eau . Inissez les portes ouvertes . Mettez l'interrupteur d'alimentafion de la machine _ ' lglaoms _ ' lla position 0 ( atr6t ) et tom _ ez l'alimentation d'ea u a u r ( qi - Jg ( _ ratem : Domonagement fimnobilisez tousles ( dg _ ments amovibles , Assurez - vouqsuele r _ fw _ rateur demeuredebout pendanst onddmbnagement . tels que les clayettes et les bats , _ ' ll'aide de ruban gomm _ pour ( _ viter de les endoilli / lagei : Si vous utilisez tm charriot pore " d & nSnager le r6fi - Jg _ ratem ; ne laissez jamais le dewmt ou le derriSre du r6flJgOrateur reposer contre le charriot . Cela pourrait endommager le rg _ fl _ ig _ ratem : Ne transportez le r6flig _ ratem " que par les cgt & . 6O
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