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GEApp / iances . com Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . 2 - 4 Operating Instructions Models23 , 25,27 and29 ° e , , , _ Additional Features . . . . . . . . . . . . ] 2 Automatic Icemaker . . . . . . . . . . . 14 U3 Care and Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . 16 , 1 7 Crispers and Pans . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Profile C6te fi C6te CustomCool T ' _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 , 8 Ice and VVater Dispenser . . . . . 15 , 16 R frig6rateurs Refiigeramr Doors . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Replacing the Light Bulbs . . . . . . . 18 Shelves and Bins . . . . . . . . . . . 10 , 11 Temperature Controls . . . . . . . . . . . 5 TurboCool r ' * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 La section frangaise commence h la page 42 _ 4 ' ater Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Installation Instructions Profile Lado a Lado Preparing to Install the Refiigerator . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 , 25 Refrigeradores Removing and Replacing Doors . . 23 Trim Kits and Panels . . . . . . . . 19 - 22 Water Ifine Installation . . . . . . 26 - 30 Troubleshooting Tips . . . . . . . 32 - 34 La seccion en espa _ ol empieza en la pagina 78 Normal Operating Sounds . . . . . . 31 Consumer Support Consumer Support . . . . . Back Cover Performance Data Sheet . . . . . . . . 37 Product Registration . . . . . . . . 39 , 40 State of Calitbrnia ¼ ' ater Treamaent Device Certificate . . . . . 38 _ ' arranty ( Canadian ) . . . . . . . . . . . 35 _ 4 ' arranty ( U . S . ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Write the model and serial numbers here : Model # Serial # Find these numbers on a label inside the reti'igerator compartment at the top on the right side . 200D2600P016 49 - _ 018 _ 11 - 01Jfl
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . A 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 : _ , ' : T ; his reli - igerator must be properly installed i / : ; Keep finge _ s out _ ff the " pinch point " areas ; and located in accordance with the Installation clearances between the dom _ and between h _ structions beiore it is used . the ( loo _ and cabinet are necessarily small . Be careful closing doms when children are _ , ' : D ; o not allow children to climb , st ; rod or hang in the area . on the shelves in the refl'igerato _ : They could damage the refligerator and seriously iqim'e i / : ; Unplug the refl'igerator befin'e cleaning and themselves . making repairs . : ) : : Do not touch the cold surli _ ces in the fl'eezer NOTE . " We stronglyrecommendthat any servicingbe performedby a quafified individual compartment when hands are damp or wet . Skin may stick to these extremely cold sm _ thces , i , _ : S _ etting either or both controls to 0 ( off ) does not remove power to the light circuit . i , ; : Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable \ : q _ ms and liquids in the vicini F oI this or any : : NDo not refl'eeze fl'ozen foods which have other appliance . thawed complemly . i , _ : I _ n refiigerato _ s with atltOll / atic icemake _ s , @ Alwa _ : s clean the CustomCooY _ Tray after thawing avoid contact with the moving parts of the tOod . ejector mechanism , or with the heating element locamd on the bottom of the icemake _ : Do not place finge _ or hands on the aUtOlnatic icemaking mechanism while the refl _ igerator is plugged in . 2
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GEAppliances . com DANGER ! RISK OFCHILDENTRAPMENT PROPEDRISPOSAOLFTHEREFRIGERATOR Child entrai ) ment and suffocation are not i ) rol ) lems CFCDisposal of the past , Junked or abandoned refl _ igeratm _ are Ymr old refl _ igerator may have a cooling system still dangerous . . . even if they will sit fin " " just a fi _ w that used CFCs ( chlorofluorocarbons ) . CFCs are days . " If you are getting rid of yore " old refrigeratm ; believed to ham _ stratospheric ozone . please follow tile instructions below to hel I ) prevent accidents . If you are throwing away yore " old refrigerator ; make sm'e tile CFC refl _ igerant is removed fin " proper Before YouThrowAway YourOldRefrigerator disposal by a qualified se _ wice _ : If you intentionally or Freezer : release this CFC reflJgerant you can be subject to i ; _ ? Take off tile dome . fines and imprisomnent under provisions of enviromn ental legislation . > _ I , eave tile shelves in place so that children max not easilx climb inside . USEOFEXTENSIOCNORDS Because of potential safety hazards under certain conditions , we strongly recommend against the use of an extension cord . However , ifxou must use an extension cord , it is absolutelx necessary that it be a UITlisted ( in tile United States ) or a ( ; SA - listed ( in ( _ anada ) , 3 - wire grom _ ding type appliance extension cord haxim , _ a , gr ° m _ ding type I ) hw _ and outlet and that tile electrical rating , of tile cord be 15 amperes ( minimum ) and 120 xolts .
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . A 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 perfln _ nance 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 - prong ( grounding ) wall outlet to minimize the possibili V of electric shock hazard Never uIn ) lu , * _ , xour refl'igerator , bx , i ) tilling , on the fl'om this appliance , power cord . _ Mwa ) _ , , gfiII ) ) lug firefly , and pull , straioht Have the wall outlet and circuit checked by a out fl'om the outlet . qualified electfidan to make sure the outlet is Repair or replace immediately all power cords that properly grounded . have become fl'aved or otherwise damaged . Do not If the outlet is a standard 9 - prong outlet , it is your use a cord that shows cracks or abrasion damage personal responsibili _ , and obligation to have it along its length or at either end . replaced with a propedy grounded 3 - prong wall \ _ ] _ en moving the reflige _ mn " away fl'om the outlet , wall , be careflfl not to roll over or damage the The refl - igerator should always be plugged into its power cord . own indixidual electrical outlet which has a xoltage rating that matches the rating plate . USEOFADAPTERPLUGS ( Ad _ ppltuegn _ _ otpe _ mincit _ tde _ d ) Because of potential safety hazards under certain conditions , we strongly recommend against the use of an adapter plug . Howe \ ' et ; if ' you , must use an adaptet ; where local If the adapter ground temfinal brea ! cs , DO NOT codes pemfit , a temporary connection may be made USEthe refrigerator until a proper ground has been established . to a l ) roperly grounded 2 - prong wall outlet by use of a UI Aisted adapter a \ : lilable at most local Attaching the adapter ground terminal to a waft outlet hai'dware stoi'es , cover screw does not ground the appliance un / ess the The linger slot in the adapter must be aligned with cover screw is meta / , and not ihsu / ated , and the waft the larger slot in the wall outlet to provide proper outlet is grounded through the house wiring . Youshou / d polari b ' in the connection of the power cord . have the circuit checked by a qualified e / ectriclan to make sure the outlet is propedy grounde _ When disconnecting the power cord fl'om the a ( lapte _ ; always hold the adapter in place with one hand while pulling the power cord I ) lug with the other hand . If this is not done , the adapter ground temfinal is very likely to break with repeated use . READANDFOLLOWTHISSAFETYINFORMATIOCNAREFULLY . SAVETHESEINSTRUCTIONS 4
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Aboutthe temperaturecontrols . GEAppliances . com The temperature controls are preset in the factory at 37 ° 1 : for the refrigerator compartment and O ° Ffor the freezer compartment . Allow 24 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 . NOTE : The refrigerator is shipped with protective film covering the temperature controls . If this film was not removed during installation , remove it now . Tochange the temperature , press and release the Toturn the cooling system off , tap tile WARMER pad WARMER or COLDERpad . Tile SETlight will come tot either the reti _ igerator or the fl'eezer until the on and tile display will show tile set temperature . display shows OFF . To turn the unit back on , press the To change tile temperature , tap either tile COLDERpad fin " either the refl _ igerator or fl'eezer . WARMER or COLDERpad tlntil tile desired The SETlight will illuminate on the side wm temperature is displayed . Refl _ igerator temperatm'es selected . Then press the COLDERpad again ( on the can be at ! lusted between 34 ° F and 44 ° F and tile side where the SETlight is illuminated ) and it will fl'eezer temperatm'es can be a ( ! justed between go to tile preset points of O ° FfOr tile fl'eezer and - 6 ° F and + 6 ° E 37 ° FtOr tile refl - iger : mn : Setting either or both controls to OFFstops cooling in both the fl'eezer Once tile desired temperature has been set , and refrigerator compartments , but does not shut tile temperature display will return to tile actual off electrical power to tile refl _ igerato _ : refl - igerator and fl'eezer temperatm'es after 5 seconds . Several ac ! iusnnents may be required . Each tilne you ac ! itlSt controls , allow 24 hotli'S tk ) r tile refl - igerator to reach tile temperatm'e you have set . PerformanceAir FlowSystem Tile Perl0mmnce M _ = Flow System is designed to affect pe _ fommnce . Mthough tile Mr Tower and maximize temperature control in tile refrigerator the Mr Tmmel can be removed , doing so will affect and fl'eezer comlxmments . This unique special temperatm'e i ) e _ fomlance . ( For remox _ d featm'e consists of tile Mr Tower along tile back instructions , onqine , 24 horns a da > contact us at wall of tile refrigerator and tile Mr Tmmel on tile GEAl ) pliances . com or call 800 . GE . ( ; ARES . In bottom portion _ fftile fl'eezer rear wall . Placing food Canada , contact us at geappliances . ca or call in fl'ont of tile lou \ ' e _ on these components will not 1.800.361.3400 . )
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About TurboCoolY How it Works How to Use TurboCoolrapidly cools the retiigerator compartment in order to more quickly Press TurboCooLThe refl _ igerator ffl . cool fl ) ods . Use TurboCoolwhen adding a temperature display will show TC . large amount of tood to the refligerator TurboCool _ Mter TurboCool is complete , the compartment , putting away fi ) ods alter they reflJgerator compartment will return have been sitting out at i'OOill temperature to the miginal setting . or when putting away warm leliovei _ . It can also be used if the refrigerator has been NOTES : The reliigerator temperature without power tot an extended period . cannot be changed during TurboCoot Once acti \ : _ ted , the compressor will turn oil immediateh ' and the tiros will cycle on and The fl'eezer temperatm'e is not off at high speed as needed for eight houis . affected during TurboCooL The compressor will continue to run until When opening the refligerator the refligerator compartment cools m door dining TurboCool , the liras approximately 34 ° F ( l ° C ) , then it will cvcle will continue to run if they have on and off to maintain this setting . _ Mter 8 cycled on . hom _ , or if TurboCoolis pressed again , the refrigerator compartment will return to the original setting .
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About CustomCooU GEAppliances . com TurboCool • SET ExpressThaw ExpressChill Se / ectTemp How it Works Tile CustomCool _ teature is a system oI Tile pan is tightly sealed to prevent tile pan's temperature fl'om catLsing temperature dampe _ , a tim , a temperature themfistor and a heate _ ; Depending on tile fimction fltlCttlafions in tile rest ot tile reflJgerato _ : selected , a combination ot these will be Tile controls fin " this pan are located at tile used to quickly chill items , thaw items or top of the reiiigerator with the temperatm'e hold tile pan at a specific teinperature . controls . How to Use Empty tile pan . Place tile ( : hill / Thaw _ i : : _ Mier tile ExpressThaw _ cycle is t ) complete , tile pan will reset to tile trm in tile pan with tile metal plate MEATsetting ( 31 ° F ) to help presex _ ' e timing down to chill and store items , or thawed items tmtil they are used . with the metal } ) ] ate thong up to thaw items . Place the items on the tray and ExpressThawTM i _ i ; : Tile displayed actual temperature ( ff close the pan completely . the CustomCoolpan may \ m'y slightly rM " rM ti'om the SETtemperamre based on elect the ExpressThaw , ExpressChd / @ usage and operating environment . or Se / eetTemp _ pad , The displa _ and SETlight will come on . Tap the pad NOTE : For food safety reasons , it is mltil the light appem _ next to the recommended that foods be wrapped desired setting . Use the chart to in plastic wrap when using ExpressThawY detemfine the best setting to use . This will help contain meat juices and i _ i ; : To stop a featm'e befin'e it is improve thawing perlimnance . ExpressChilTMl finished , tap that teatm'e's pad tmtil no options are selected and the display is off . N DtwJng ExpressThaw _ and ExpressChil _ Ethe displa ) on the controls will count down the time in tile cycle . 7
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About CustomCoo / : CustomCooF _ Chart NOTE : Resultsmay vary depending on packaging , starting temperature and other food traits . . . . . . Exp , essThaw SoiectTemp 15 Minutes 0.5 Lb . ( 4 hours ) Citrus Setting ( 43 ° F ) > : Hamburger Patties ( 0.5 lb ) > : 1 Beverage Can ( 12 oz ) > : Oranges , I , emons , IJmes , Pineapple , ( _ antaloupe > : ] ndMdually _ Vrapped _ i : : 2 Slnall , luice Boxes ( ( ' _ oz each ) > : Beans , ( ] tlCtllllbei _ , Tomatoes , Filet Mignon ( 0.5 lb ) 30 Minutes Peppe _ , Eggplant , Squash 1.0 Lb . ( 6 hours ) i _ ; : 2 to 6 Beverage Cans ( l 2 oz each ) Produce Setting ( 35 ° F ) i _ ? Chicken Breasts ( 1.0 lb ) i _ i : 2 Plastic 20 oz Bottles of Beverage i _ ; : Strawberries , I ? . aspberfies , Kiwifl'tfit , i _ : Ground Beef ( 1.0 lb ) Pea _ s , Cherries , Blackberries , i _ i ; : 4 to 6 Small Juice Boxes i _ ; : Steak ( 1.0 lb ) ( C _ 8 oz each ) Glwpes , Phuns , NectmJnes , Apples 2.0 Lbs . ( 10 hours ) yi : : 3 Foil Juice Packets > : Asparagus , Broccoli , Corn , Mushrooms , Spinach , Caulifl ( ) we _ ; i _ : Chicken Breasts ( 2.0 lbs ) _ i : : Wine ( 750 ml bottle ) I _ ade , Green Onion , Beets , Onions i _ ; : ( h'otmd Beef ( 2.0 lbs ) 45 Minutes Meat Setting ( 31 ° F ) > : Steak ( 2.0 lbs ) _ i : : 2 I , iter of Beverage Raxs Meat , Fish and Poultry 3.0 Lbs . ( 12 hours ) i _ i ; : 1 / 2 Galhm of . Juice i _ i : Chicken Breasts ( 3.0 lbs ) > : Gelatin - 1 package i _ ; : ( h'otmd Beef ( 3.0 lbs ) > : Steak ( 3.0 lbs ) About the CustomCoolTM Pan Rack and Tray To clean the Chill / Thaw tray , disassemble the Toreassemble the tray , place the plastic metal tray fl'om the plastic stand by lightly stand upside d ( > wn ( handles ( m bott ( > m ) ( m pushing in on the handles of the plastic a solid sm'ti _ ce . Place the metal plate on top > stand and removing the metal tray . Both ol the stand matching up the curved side of the metal tray and the plastic stand are the plate with the curved side of the stand . dishwasher safe . Insert one side of the plate into the notches Disassemblingthe on the stand . Push in on the handle on the Chill / Thaw tray other side ( ff the stand while pushing that end of the plate down and into place . You should hear the plate " click " into place . 8
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About the water filter . ( onsomemodels ) CEAppliances . com Water Filter Cartridge O P . un water fl'om the dispenser fiw 3 minutes ( about 1 ½ gallons ) to dear Yhe water filter ( am'idge is hwa / ed in the the system and pro \ ent sputtering . back Iq ) per fight corner of the reflJgerator coi / / p31 " [ / / / ellt . O Press and hold the RESET WATER FITTER pad on the dispenser fi ) r 3 seconds . When to Replace the Filter NOTE : A newl } qnstalled water flter Yhere is a replacement indicator light fin . cartridge may cause water to spurt fi'om / the _ ter filter cartridge on the dispense _ ; the dispense _ : Yhis light will turn orange to tell you that Filter Bypass Plug you need to replace the filter soon . Cartri _ Yhe filter cartridge should be replaced You must use the filter b } ] ) ass plug when the leplacemem indicator light turns when a replacement filter cartridge is not red or if the flow of water to the dispenser ax : dlable . The dispenser and the icemaker or icelnaker decreases . will not ol ) erate without the filter or filter Place flTetop of flTecartridge up inside the cartridge holder and bypass plug . slowly turn it to the right . Installing the Filter Cartridge ReplacementFilters : O If you , are repl'mim , , , , the c'u'tridoe _ , fil _ t To order additional filter cartridges remove the old one bx slowE mrnino in the United States , visit our Webs # e , it to the left . 0e notpull down on the GEAppliances . como , r call cartridge . A small amotmt of water ma } GE Parts and Accessories , 800.626.2002 . drip down . G _ v \ TF _ Fill the teplacement cartridge with Suggested Retail $ 34.95 USD water fi'om the tap to allow for better flow fi'om the dispenser immediately Customers in Canada should consult aDer installation , the ? ello _ pages fin " the nearest Camco Service Centel : Lining up the arrow on the cartridge @ and the cam - idge holder ; place the top of the new cartridge up inside i 2 ' _ ! 5 _ = _ ! ! ! i _ ? ¸ ' ¸ ¸ the hokle _ : OO not push it up into RESETWATERFILTER HOLD3 SECS the hokle _ : Slowly turn it to the right m / til the filter cam - idge stops . O0 NOT OVERTIGHTEN . , _ s you turn the cartridge , it will automatically raise itself into position . Cartridge will rotate about 1 / 4 turn .
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Aboutthe shelves and bins . Not all features are on all models . Refrigerator Door Bins and Freezer Door Tilt - Out Bins LargeBins Thesnuggerhelps prevent tipping , spilling or sliding of small items stored on the door The larger refi _ igerator do ( n " bins and shelf , Place a finger on either side of the freezer tilt - out door bins are ac ! justable . snugger near the rear and move it back and torth to fit vom " needs . Toremove : lift the front of the bin straight up , then lift up and out . To replace er relecate : Engage the back side Refrigerator bin of the bin in the molded sui ) ports of the dora : Then push down on the ti'ont of the bin . Bin will lock in place . Small Bins To remove : Lift the fl'ont of the bin straight up then out . To replace : Position the bin above the rectangular molded supports on the ( loox : Freezer tilt - out bin Then slide the bin down onto the support to lock it in place , / 0
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GEPppliancesocom Not aft features are on all models . Slide - Out Spillproof Shelf The slide - out spillproof shelf allm _ s y , ' ) u il / i to reach items stored behind othe _ . The special edges are designed to hel I ) pre ' , ent spills fl'om dripping to lower shelves . Toremove : Presstab andpull shelf Slide the shelf out until it reaches the stop , forward toremove then press down on the tab and slide the shelf straight out . Toreplace or relocate : I , ine the shelf uI ) with the SUl ) ports and slide it into place . The shelf can be reposifioned when the door is at 90 ° or more . To reposition the shelf ; slide the shelf past the stops and angle downward . Slide shelf down to the desired position , line up with the supports and slide into place . Make sure you push the shelves all the way back in before you dose the door OuickSpace TM Shelf On some models , this sheff can not be used This shelf splits in half and slides under itself fbr storage ot tall items on the shelf in the lowest position . below . This shelf can be removed att ( 1 replaced or ielocatedjust like Slide - Out Spillproof Shel _ vs . Freezer Baskets Makesureyoupushthe basketsall the wayback To remove , push the basket all the way to the in beforeyouclosethe door back of the ti'eezet : i , ift up until the back pins are disengaged . I , ifl the entire basket up and pull ( ) tit . The divider can be used to organize ti ) od packages . For large packages , simply fold down the divider . Slide - Out Freezer Shelves ( ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ ! ¸ ¸ 7 ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ / ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ ( To remove , slide out to the stop position , Makesureyoupushthe shelvesaft the wayback in beforeyouclosethe door lift the ti'ont past the stop position , and slide out . Fixed Freezer Shelves Toremove , lift the shelf up at the left side and then bring the shelf out . / /
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Aboutthe additional features . Not all features are on all models . Removable Beverage Rack t To install ' . The beverage rack is designed to hold a bottle on its side . It can be attached to 0 Ihle up tile large part ot the slots on any slide - out shelfi the top of the rack with the tabs trader the shelf , Then slkle the rack back to lock it in place , Aboutthe refrigerator doors . Refrigerator Doors The refl - igerator ( loo _ may teel ( liflerent Tile resistance _ ou teel at tile stop than tile ones you are used to . Tile special I ) osition will be reduced as the door is loaded with food . door opening / closing teatm'e makes sm'e the ( loo _ close all the way and are secm'elv sealed . When opening and closing tile door you will notice a stop position . If tile door is opened past this stop point , tile door will remain open to allow w > u to load and mlload fi ) od more easily . When tile door is only partially open , it will automatically close . When the door is only partially open , it will automatically close . Beyond tiffs stop flTedoor will stay open . Door Alignment . . . _ . = = = = _ = l n d , , , , , _ _ . e . ne . en , _ , ¢ , , sttheie . _ ge , _ , t , . O AJ'teI " one oi " two tt / rns of tile wI'ench , oI ) en . . . . and close the refrigerator , door Jll ] d , > o , : and check the aligmnent at the top of [ [ ' _ ' { ( ( _ / _ Using a 7 / 16 " socket wreilch , turn the tile doors . LLIII [ I ' _ door a ( ! justing screw to tile right to _ [ / raise tile do ( > , ; t ( > tile left to h > wer it . I ! l [ ( A nyhm ph , g , imbedded in tile Ill / th , e _ , dosfthepin , p , e . enttshepin < _ from ttlrning tinless a wrench is t / sed . ) " W k 1 _ 716 " Socke _ Wrenchl Tore , , _ ovethe . , . , . a _ . s , e _ - II grille , openthedoors , I I - t @ _ 1 II remothvesecreawt I _ , _ _ £ ' _ 1 I eachendof the base I - - r - - - ' - - , , _ , _ j grilleandthenpull ¢ 2 _ _ _ ' _ . . . . . . . I the0ri , es _ ra [ ig _ h = t _ - u _ t . . . . . . . I 12
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Aboutthe crispersand pans . CEAppliances . com Not all features are on all models . Fruit and Vegetable Crispers Excess water that may accmnulate in the bottom of the ( h'awet _ should be wiped ( h _ ' : On some models , the botton / drawer has a covet " that slides back as the drawer is opened . This allo _ : s fitll access to the drawer : _ s the drawer is closed , the cover will slide fin'ward into its original position . Adjustable Humidity Crispers Hi _ LO Slide the control all the way to the LO Slide the control all the way to the HI setting to provide high humidi _ ' recommended fin . settino _ to proxide lower humidi _ ' lexels recommended fi ) r most fl'uits . most vegetables . Convertible Meat Pan The convertible meat pan has its own cold Set the control to the coldest setting to air duct to allow a stream of cold air fl'om store fl'esh meats . the fl'eezer compartment to flow to the pan . Set the control to coldto convert the pan The variable temperature control regulates to nomml refiigerator temperature and the air flow ti'om the Climate Keel ) et : provide extra vegetable storage space . The cold air duct is turned ofli ¼ mable settings between these extremes can be selected . Aboutcrisper removal . Not all features are on all models . Crisper Removal Crispers can easily be remo \ vd by pulling If the door prevents } _ m fl'om taldng out the drawer straight out and lifting the the ( hawers , fil _ t tt ) ' to remove the door drawer up and over the stop location . bins . If this does not offer enough clearance , the reflJgerator will need to be rolled fi ) rward until the door opens enough to slide the drawers out , In some cases , when you roll the reflJgerator ottt , you will need to move the refi'igerator to the leit or fight as you roll it out , / 3
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Aboutthe automatic icemaker . A newly - installed refrigerator may take 12to 24 hours to begin making ice . _ A ] _ en the bin fills to the level of the feeler Power Automatic lcemaker Switch am / , the icemaker will stop producing - - Icemaker The icemaker will produce se ' _ en cubes ice . It is nomml for several cubes to be per c ) cle - ai ) proxinmtel ) l O0 - 130 cubes joined together : in a 94 - hour period , depending on fl'eezer If ice is not used frequenfl 5 old ice cubes COillpai'tlllent teillpei'attli'e , i'OOill will become cloudy , taste stale and shrink . tei / ipei'attli'e , nt / illbei " of door ol ) enings and other use conditions . NOTE : In homes with lower - than - averagewater pressure , youmayhear the icemakercycle multiple If the reti _ igerator is operated betore the Green - - / 4r times whenmaking onebatch of ice . PeweeLigN EeelreArm water connection is made to the icemake _ ; set the power switch in the 0 ( off ) position . When the refiigerator has been connected to the water SUl ) ply , set the power switch to the I ( On ) position . The icemaker _ fill fill wifl _ water when it cools to 15 ° F ( - 10 ° C ) . A newl } qnstalled refi _ igemtor ma ) ' take 12 h ) 24 hotu _ to begfin making ice cubes . Throw away the fi _ t tew batches ot ice to allow the water line to clear Pull the upper freezer shelf straight out to access the icemaker . Always Be sure nothing interteres xfith the sweep be sure to replace the shelf . The shelf can be used for storage . of the teeler am _ . Ice Storage Drawer Toaccessice , pull the drawer fin'ward . Toremove the drawer , pull it straight out and lift it past the stop location . / 4
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Aboutthe ice and water dispenser . ( onsomemodels ) GEAppliances . com ToUse the Dispenser Select CUBED ICE _ , CRUSHEDICE _ Dispenser Light or WATER _ . This pad turns the night Press tile glass gently against tile top ( if light in the dispenser the dispenser cradle . on and off ' . The light also COi / les on when The spill shelf is not sel6draining . the dispenser cradle is To reduce water spotting , tile shelf alld LIGHT pressed . If this light its grille should be cleaned regularly , bm'ns out , it should be If no water is dispensed when the refrigerator is replaced with a 6 watt ] 2V maximmn bulb . first installed , there may be air in the water line SpillShelf system . Press the dispenser arm for at least two auick Ice minutes to remove trapped air from the water line and to fill the water system . Toflush out When vott need ice impurities in the water line , throw away the first in a hurr ) ; press this slk glassfuls of water pad to speed up ice production . This will CAUTION : Never put fingers or any other increase ice production objects into the ice crusher discharge opening . QUICK ICE for the following Locking the Dispenser 4 { g houl _ or until you press tile pad again . @ Press tile LOCKCONTROL 1 ) ; 1 ( 1fO _ 3 seconds to DoorAlarm lock tile dispenser and To set tile ; tl ; tllll , pl'ess control panel . To this pad tmtil tile LOCK CONTROL tmlock , press ; md indicator light clm _ es HOLD3SECS hold tile pad again on . This al : mn will fin " 3 seconds . sound if either door is DOORALARM opel ] for / ] / o / ' e thnn 3 minutes . The light goes out and the beeping stops when you close tile dool ; important Facts About Your Dispenser i _ : Do not add ice fl'om trm : s ( : , r bags to i _ i ; S : ome crushed ice may be dispensed the storage ( h'awe _ : It may not crush ( : , r even though you selected CUBED ICE dispense well . This happens occasionally when a fray cubes acddentally get directed to > : Avoid oveHilling glass with ice and use of the crushe _ : narrow glasses . Backe & up ice can jam the chute or cause the door in the chute to _ i : _ : dter crushed ice is dispensed , some freeze sh lit . If ice is blocking the chute , WateI " may drip flxm _ the chute . poke it through with a wooden spoon . i _ } S : ollletiI / / es a small motmd of snow will timn on the door in the ice chum . This > : Beverages and foods should not be condition is nomml and usually occms quick - chilled in the ice storage drawe _ : Cans , bottles or food packages in the when you have dispensed crushed ice storage drawer may cause the icemaker repeatedly . The snow will eventually or auger to jam . e \ ' aporate . i _ ; : To kee I ) dispensed ice fl'om missing the glass , put the glass close to , but not touching , the dispenser opening . 15
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Aboutthe ice and water dispenser . Ice Storage Drawer on Dispenser Models Toremove : Set the k'emaker power switch to the 0 ( off ) position . Pull the drawer straight out and then lift past the stop position . Toreplace : Drive Mechanisn _ ] ten replacing the ( h'awe _ ; be sure to press it firefly into place . If it does not go all the way back , i'eillove it and rotnte the drive mechanism 1 / 4 tm'n . Then push the drawer back again , Care and cleaning of therefrigerator . Cleaning the Outside The stainless steel panels and door handles The dispenser drip area , beneath the grille , should be _ ped d _ T : _ \ _ ter leit in this area ( on SOlne models ) can be cleaned with a commercially available stainless steel may lea _ e deposits , Remo _ e the deposits by adding undiluted vinegar to the well , Soak cleaner such as Slainle , s , sSlcr < [ , \ l ( l _ ' i _ ' . ' _ Dispenser drip area . tmtil the deposits disappear or become Slainl _ , , _ , _ Sled Mcg { 4cis available at Ace , Tree loose enotlgh to I ] nse al _ ; Iv . Value , Se _ Mstm ; H _ ' / and other leading The dispenser cradle , getore cleaning , lock stores . It is also available through GE Parts the dispenser by pressing and holding the and Accessories , 800.626.2002 . Order part ntli / lbei " _ ' \ ] X10X 15 . LOCK CONTROL pad fi ) r 3 seconds , Clean with warn / water and baking soda Do not use appliance wax or polish on the solufion - al ) out a tablespoon ( l 5 ml ) of stainless steel . baking soda to a quart ( l liter ) of watei : Rinse thoroughly and wipe dry : Keep the outside clean . _ ] pe Mth a clean cloth lightly dampened Mth kitchen The deer handles and trim . Clean with appliance wax or mild liquid dish detergent . a cloth dampened with soapy water : Dry and polish with a clean , soft cloth . Dry with a soft cloth . Do not wipe the refrigerator with a soiled dish cloth or wet towel Thesemay leave a residue that can erode the palbt Do not use scouring pads , powdered c / eanera , bleach or cleaners containing bleach because these products can scratch and weaken the paint finish . Cleaning the Inside Use of any cleaning solution other than that Tohelp prevent odors , leave an ( : , pen box , ' : , f baking soda in the fl'esh ti ) od and fl'eezer which is recommended , especially those that contain petroleum distillates , can crack or COI / / l ) a i'tlllents . damage the interior of the refrigerator . Unplug the refrigerator before cleaning . If this Avoid cleaning cold glass shelves with hot water is not practical , wring excess moisture ( ) tit of sponge or cloth when cleaning arotmd because the extreme temperature difference may cause them to break . Handle glass shelves switches , lights or controls . carefufl _ zBumping tempered glass can cause Use wam _ water and baking soda solution - it to shatter about a tablespoon ( 15 ml ) of baking soda to a quart ( 1 liter ) of water . This both Donot washanyplastic refngeratorpartsin the cleans and neutralizes odms . Rinse and dishwasher / 6 wipe dry ,
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GEAppliances . com Behind the Refrigerator Be careful when moving the refl _ igerator When pushing the refrigerator back , make sure away fl'om the wall . M1 types of floor you don't roll over the power cord or icemaker coverings can be damaged , particularly supply line . cushioned coverings and those with embossed S / li ] _ lces . Pull the refrigerator 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 reffigerato _ : Preparing for Vacation For long \ ; ications or absences , rei / / ove If the temperature can drop below fl'eezing , food and uI _ plug the refl _ igeratoi : Clean the have a qualified servicer drain the water interior with a baking soda solution of one supply s ) ' stem to prevent serious propert } , tablespoon ( 15 ml ) of baking soda to one damage due to flooding . quart ( 1 liter ) of water : i , eave the doo _ open . Set the icemaker power switch to the 0 ( off ) position and shut off the water supply to the reflJgerato _ : Preparing to Move Secure all loose items such as shelves and dI'aweI _ by taping theln securely in place to prevent damage . X , _ ] _ en using a hand track to move the refl _ igeratot ; do not rest the ti'ont or back ( ff the reti _ igerator against the hand truck . This could damage the refrigerato _ : Handle only fl'om the sides of the reti _ igerato _ : Be sure the refn ) erator stays / b an upright position during moving . / 7
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Replacing the lightbulbs . Setting the controls to OFF does not remove power to the light circuit . _ Refrigerator Compartment - - Upper Light Unplug the refl'igerator . O , Mien " replacing the bulb with an 0 appliance bulb of the same o _ " lower The bulbs are located at the top of the @ wattage , replace the light shield and compartment , inside the light shield . Tabs sci'e _ : s ( on some models ) . When On some models , a screw at the fl'ont of replacing the light shield , make sui'e the light shield will have to be removed . that the tabs at the back ot the shield fit into the slots at the back of the light To t'em ( , x e the light shield , press in ( m @ the tabs on the sides of the shield and shield housing . slide fi ) _ ' ward and ( ) tit . Plug the reli _ gerato _ " back in . Refrigerator Compartment - - Lower Light This hght is iocated above the top drawec @ _ Mtex " replacing the bulb xfith an appliance btflb of the same o _ " lower O Unphlg the refrigerator ' . wattage , replace the shield and the knob . 0 Remo _ e the conve _ ' tible meat ( h'axve _ " control knob b ) ptflling straight out . Plug the refrigerator back in . I . itt the light shield up and ptfll it out . Freezer Compartment Replace the btflb with an appliance O Unpltlg the ref ' _ gerato _ : O bulb of the same o _ " lowe _ " watta ( * e O Remoxe the shelf just aboxe the light and reinstall the light shield . When shield . ( The shelf will be easier to reinstalling the light shield , make remoxe if it is emptied fi _ t . ) On some sm'e the top tabs snap secm'elv models , a screw at the top of the light into place . Replace the screw shield will need to be remoxed . ( on some models ) . To remoxe the light shield , press in Reinstall the shelf and plt / g the on the sides , and lift up and out . refrigerator back in . Dispenser Unphlg the refl _ igeratox : O Replace the btflb with a btflb of the S [ I Ill e size _ 1 n d tv [ l [ t _ l ) e The btflb is located on the dispenser tin ( let " the control panel , Plug the refrigerator back in . Remove the light btflb by turning it counterclockwise . 18
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Trimkits and decoratorpanels . For CustomStgle TM models Read these instructions completely and carefully . Before YouBegin Some models are equipped with trim kits that aflow you to instafl door panels . You can order pre - cut black , white , bisque or stainless steel decorator panels from GEParts and Accessories , 800.626.2002 , or you can add wood panels to match your kitchen cabinets . Panels less than 1 / 4 " ( 6 mm ) thick When installing wood l ) anels less than l / 4 " ( 6 ram ) thick , you need to create a filler panel , such as l / 8 " cardboard , that will fit between the fi _ ce of the door and the wood panel . If you are installing the l ) re - cut decorator panels , i ) re - cut filler panels are included in the kit . The combined thickness of the decorator or wood panel and the filler panel should be 1 / 4 ' ( 6 ram ) . PanelsI / 4 " thickorless 1 / 4 " max 3 / 4 " ( 19 mm ) or Raised Panel A raised panel design screwed or glued to a ] / 4 " ( 6 ram ) thick backing , or a 3 / 4 " ( ] 9 ram ) routed board can be rise ( 1 . The raised l ) ortion of the l ) anel ii / tlSt be tid ) ricated to l ) ennit clearances of at least 2 " ( 5.1 cm ) from the handle side for fingertip clearance . Panels thicker than 1 / 4 " ( 6 ram ) , u I ) to 3 / 4 " ( l 9 ram ) max , will reqtfire that the outer 5 / 16 " ( 8 ram ) of panel perimeter be no thicker than 1 / 4 " ( 6 ram ) . Weightlimitationsfor custompanels : FreshFood38Ibs . ( 17kg ) max . FreezerDoor28Ihs . ( 13kg ) max . Panelsthickerthan 1 / 4 " ( 6 mm ) 1 / 4 " ( 6mm ) ThickBacking 2 " ( 5.1 cm ) II ! lll _ _ - - - - . . . _ > , 4 . . _ Clearance I I I ] 11 _ " 3 / 4 " ( 19mm ) pApp : _ ra , , ceq1111 • tor Door 19
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Trimkits and decoratorpanels . Dimensions for Custom Wood Panels Freezer Panel FreezerPanel FreshFoodPanel Without Dispenser WithDispenser Cut 1 / 8 " Cut 1 / 8 " 1 / 8 " Cut out " - _ I - - ( 3mm ) out - - _ f f _ ' - ( 3 ram ) ( 3mm ) - - _ f f _ , - out ' ' i i ' ' ' ' 5 / 16 " / " " { ( 8ram ) t 5 / 16 " ( 8mm } 177A , ' ( 45.4cm ) ! 67 _ S ' 67 _ Z ' ( 170.9cm ) ( 170.9cm ) FRONT FRONT FRONT _ i 141 _ " 2 . 141 % Z " _ , _ 191 % 2 " _ . _ _ . ( 36.8cm ) ( 36.8cm ) ( 49.5cm ) 33 % " ( 85.4cm ) { The areas at the top of the panels need to be cut out of the panels . 20
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Insertingthe doorpanels . Read these instructions completely and carefully . 0 Insert the Freezer Panel and Fresh Food Panel ( _ arefully push the ti'eezer panel in until it slides If your model has a dispenser , this step only applies into the slot behind the door handle . Push the filler to the fl'esh fi _ od panel and top fl'eezer panel . panel ( required with some door panels ) in behind the decorator panel . Repeat fin " fl'esh fi ) od panel . 0 Insert the Bottom Freezer Panel ( on dispenser models ) . ( _ arefull _ push the panel in until it slides into the ( required with some door panels ) in behind the slot behind the door handle . Push the filler panel decorator panel . Attach the Top Trimon the Freezer and Fresh Food Doors . The Top Trim can be tound inside the reii _ igerator each ( looi ; Hand tighten only : Make sm'e that the compartment , top of each panel fits snugly behind the lip of the _ , _ ] th a T - 20 Torxdrive _ ; am _ ch the Top Trim , using Top Trim . two scre _ : s on each Top Trim piece , to the top oI Cut - Out SideTrim 21
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Insertingthe doorpanels . O Install the Side Trim . These pieces are tucked inside the reti _ gerator Hold the Side TFim against the fl'ont fi _ ce of the door handle , decorator panels and fit the Side TYim under the Top TFim , Make sure the magnetically attached Donot removetheprotectivefilm on the outsideof Side TYim is fitted correctly and that you are the SideTrimuntil the SideTrimis instated . satisfied with the appearance of all the parts . Fit the bottom of the Side TFim under the Bottom TFim as illustrated , 22
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Removingand replacing the doors . When installing or moving the refrigerator , the doors may need to be removed in order to fit the refrigerator through a doorway . Removing the Doors Make sure the doors are closed and the refrigerator is unplugged . 0 Disconnect water line and wiring harness . Near the lower hinoe _ on the fl'eezer side , push in on the collm _ at each end ot the coupling , and pull the water line robing fl'on / the coupling . _ Mso , ( liscmmect wiring harness . Pull the water line and the harness through the WireHarness % lower rail . 0 Remove the hinge covers and the hinges . In order to access the hinges , the hinge covers need to be removed . Remove the cover by grasping it on the sides , near the back of the covei : Push back on the cover and lift up at the back , then the front . NOTE : DONOTuse a screwdriverto remove the cover BECAREFUL not to break the rear retaining tab onthe hinge cover Removethe hbges usbg a TorxT - 20 . - - HingeCover Remove the doors . ( : arefhllv rotate the door to 90 ? ( ; uiding the disconnected water line and wiring harness , lift the door straight up . NOTE : Not / i @ bg the doorstraight upmay damagethebottom hinge . Piecedoorsona protectedsurface . NOTE : Be careful not to pinch the water tubing and the wire harness at thebottom of the door NOTE : Donot allow the connectorto contact the floor Hardcontact can damagetheconnector See " Replacingthe Doors . " Door Replacing the Doors Place doors on bottomhinges . HingePin _ Mth the door at 90 ° lower the door straight down onto the bottom hinge . Careflflly close the ( loo _ : NOTE : Not / owenng the doorstraight down onto thebottom hinge may damagethe hinge . NOTE ' . Donot allow the connectorto contact the floor Hardcontact can damagetheconnector Replace top hinges and hinge covers . Reinstall the top hinges using a Torx T - 20 . Replace the hinge covers . If the doms are not level , a @ _ st the bottom right hinge with a 7 / 16 " open ended wrench . _ ) Reconnect water line and wiring harness . Connector Insert water tubing back into coupling , making sure the tubing is pushed flu " enough into the coupling so that you no longer see the mark on the robing . Recmmect the wiring harness . Turn on the water supply and plug the refrigerator hack in . 23
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Installation Refrigerator Instructions Models 23 , 25 , 27 & 29 Questions ? CInalCl 8a0n0a.dGaE.c.CaAllR1E . 8S ( 0800.03.6413.23.42070o3r7oV ) risVit , is , uit , Xm _ , eXb _ seibt , ets : i , gtte : eaGpEpAlipapnlciaens . cceas . com I CLEARANCES BEFORE YOU BEGIN Mlow the tolhm'ing clearances tot ease of installation , Read these instructions completely and carefully . proper air ciroflation and I'hunbing , and electrical connectioils : • IMPORTANT - S . vehese 23 ' 25 ' , 27 ' mad 29 ' instructions flw local inspector's use . • Sides 1 / 8 " ( 4 mm ) 1 / 8 " ( 4 mm ) • IMPORTANT - Obse , . , 1e1 • Top 1 " ( 25 ram ) 1 " ( 25 ram ) go " erning codes and ordinances . • Note to Installer - Be sure to leave these • Back 1 / 2 " ( 13 ram ) 1 " ( 25 ram ) instructions with the Consumer . • Note to Consumer - Kee I , these instructions fl ) r future re _ erence . ROLLERS • SMll level - Installation of this appliance requires basic mechanical skills . The rollers have 3 purposes : • Completion time - Refrigerator Installation • RolleI _ a _ ! just so the door closes easily when opened 15 minutes about hallway : [ Raise the ti'ont about 5 / 8 " ( l 6 ram ) ti'om • Proper installation is the responsibility of the the tlooi : ] installe _ = Rollels ac ! iust so the refi _ igerator is firefly positioned on " Product thilure due to improper installation is not the floor aml does not wobble . covered under the Warranty . • Rollels alhm ' w ) u to m _ we the refrigerator away from the wall tot cleaning . WATER SUPPLY TO THE ICEMAKER Final leveling a ( ! it , stulents should be made atter the refrigerator has been installed . ( ON SOME MODELS ) It the reli'igerator has an icemaker , it will have to be To adjust the rollers on 25 ' , 27 ' mid 29 ' models : connected to a cold water line . A GE water supply kit Ttu'n the roller ( containing tubing , shutoff wdve , fittings and adiustino screws instructions ) is awfilable at extra cost fl'om yore " dealer , dockwise to raise by visiting ore " X , Vebsite at GE & pplimlces . com ( in the reffigeratm ; Canada at geapplimaces . ca ) or fl'om Parts and comaterclockMse to Accessories , 800.626.2002 ( in Canada 1.888.261.3055 ) . L _ _ lower it . Lrse a 3 / 8 " hex socket or wI'ench , X OI " _ 111 a ( { iustnble REFRIGERATOR LOCATION Rolleradjustingscrew wI'ench . • Do not install the refl _ igerator where the temperatm'e will go below 60 ° F ( l 6 ° C ) because it will not run otten enough to maintain proper temperatm'es . • Do not install the refrigerator where the temperature will go above 100 ° F ( 37 ° ( ; ) because it will not pe _ imn properl > • Install it on a floor strong enough to support it hilly loaded . 24
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Installation Instructions DIMENSIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS ROLLERS { CONT . ) ( for CustomStyle TM models } To adjust the rogers on 23 ' models : O Remove tile base grille by opening tile doo _ , removing the screws at each end , and pulling it straight out . o o O Turn the fl'ont roller adjusting screws dockwise to raise . . . . 2 . £ . . . . . tile refi _ igerato _ ; eomaterclockwise to lower it . Use a 3 / 8 " hex socket or wrench , 70 ¼ " ( 178.4cm ) or an adjustable wrench . Roileradjusting screws o " 36 " _ ( 91.4cm ) These models also have rear a ( ! justable rollers so you o can align the refiigerator with yore " kitchen cabinets . Use a long - handled 5 / 16 " socket wrench to turn the scrmvs tot the rear rolle _ dockwise to raise the . . . . . . . . . . . 2 . . 4 . . " . . ( . . 6 . . . 1 . . . . f . . m . . . . . . . ) . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . refiigerato _ ; cotmterclockwise to lower it . O Replace tile base grille . Water Electrical DOOR ALIGNMENT / 4 " ( 19ram ) Airspace _ M [ er leveling , make sure that doors are even at tile top . ( 1 / 2 " [ 13mm ] Gap + 24 " ( 61cm ) 1 / 4 " [ 6 miniWall Plates ) 1.5cm ) To maim the doors even , a ( ! iust tile reiiigerator door . Cabinet Countertop Using a 7 / 16 " socket _ , _ rench , ttWll tile door ac { } usting screw to the fight to raise tile doo _ ; to tile left to lo * _ er it . ( A nylon plug , imbedded ill tile threads oi the pin , ' 2C 1 prevents tile pin from turning unless a wrench is used . ) O _ [ el " ( ) lie o1 " two [ tll'llS 1 ) ] _ tile " _ l'ench , opell _ | lld close tile refligerator door and check tile aligmnent at tile top _ g tile dool _ . : _ : gz . : Toremovethe basegrille , openthe doors , remove _ [ 1 _ / / 16 " Socketjrerlc ] tl ] tbe screwat eacbendof the basegrilleandthen pull thegrille straightout . @ _ 7 > Raise 25
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Installation Instructions iNSTALLiNG THE WATER LiNE IoNSOMEMODELS ) WHAT YOU WILL NEED BEFORE YOU BEGIN Recommended COl ) per water supply kits are _ , \ _ NSX2 , _ X8X3 or _ X8X4 , depending on the amom _ t of tubing you need . Approved plastic water sui ) ply lines are GE J SmartConnect ' ' _ Refrigerator Tubing ( _ . _ X08X10002 , _ . _ 5X08X 10006 , _ . _ 5X08X 10015 and WX08X10025 ) . • Copper or GE SmaactCommc ( ' " Refrigerator Tubing When connecting yore " refl _ igerator to a GE Reve _ e kit , 1 / 4 " outer diameter to connect the refl'igerator Osmosis Water System , the only approved installation is to the water supply : If using COl ) per , be sure both with a GE RVKit . For other reve _ e osmosis water systems , ends of the tubing are cut square . follow the inanttfilcturer's recolmnendations . To detem _ ine how much tubing you need : measure If the water sui ) ply to the reti'igerator is from a Revelse the distance fl'om the water wove on the back of the Osmosis _ , Vater Filtration Svstem AND the refrigerator refl'igerator to the water supply pipe . Then add 8 ' also has a water filter , use the refl'igerator's filter bypass ( 2.4 m ) . Be sm'e there is sufficient extra tubing ( about plug . Using the refl'igerator's water filtration cartridge 8 ' [ 2.4 m ] coiled into 3 turns of about 10 " [ 25 cnl ] in conjm _ ction with the RO filter can result in hollow diameter ) to allow the refrigerator to move out fl'om ice cubes and slower water flow from the water the wall alier installation . dispenser . GE Smart ( _ onnect ' " Refl'igerator Tubing Kits are This water line installation is not warranted bv the awfilable in the fi _ llowing lengths : refrigerator or icemaker manufi _ cturer . Follow these 2 ' ( . 6 m ) - WXO8XIO002 instructions carefifllv to minimize the risk of expensive 6 ' ( 1.8 m ) - WXO8XIO006 water damage . 15 ' ( 4.6 m ) - WXO8XIO015 Water hammer ( water banging in the pipes ) in house 25 ' ( 7.6 m ) - _ T _ O8XlO025 plmnbing can cause damage to refrigerator parts and Be sure that the kit wm select allows at least 8 ' ( 2.4 in ) lead to water leakage or flooding . ( : all a qualified as described above . plmnber to correct water hammer before installing the water supply line to the refl'igerator . To prevent bm'ns and product damage , do not hook up the water line to the hot water line . If wm rise your refrigerator beti ) re connecting the water line , make sm'e the icemaker power switch is in the 0 ( off ) position . Do not install the icemaker tubing in areas where temperatures fall below fl'eezing . When using anv electrical device ( such as a power drill ) dm'ing installation , be sure the device is double insulated or grotmded in a manner to prevent the hazard of electric shock , or is battery powered . All installations inust be in accordance with local l ) ltm _ bing code reqtfirements . 26
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Installation Instructions Install tile shutoff valve on tile nearest frequently used drinking water line . WHAT YOU WILL NEED ( CONT . ) NOTE : The only GE approved plastic tubing is that supplied in GE SmartCmmect T " Refrigerator Tubing [ ] SHUT OFF THE MAIN WATER kits . Do not use may other plastic water supply fine SUPPLY because the line is under pressure at all times . Certain types of plastic will crack or rupture with age and Turn on the nearest faucet hmg enough to clear cause water dmuage to your home . tile line of water . • AGE water supply kit ( containing tubing , shutoff valve and fittings listed below ) is available at extra cost ] [ I'OIIl VO / U " dealer or ti'om Parts and Accessories , [ ] CHOOSE THE VALVE LOCATION 800.626.2002 ( in Canada 1.888.261.3055 ) . • A cold water supply . The water pressm'e must be Choose a location fi ) r tile valve that is easily between 20 and 120 p . s . i . ( 1.4 - 8.1 bar ) . accessible . It is best to connect into tile side of a vertical water pipe . When it is necessary to connect into a horizontal water pipe , make tile connection to tile top or side , rather than at tile bottom , to avoid drawing off any sediment from tile • Power drill . water pipe . • 1 / 2 " or adjustable wrench . • Straight mid Phillips blade screwdriver . • Two 1 / 4 " outer diameter compression nuts and 2 ferrules ( sleeves ) - to connect tile copper tubing to tile shutoff wdve and tile refl'igerator water wdve . [ ] DRILL THE HOLE FOR THE VALVE OR • If wm are using a GE Sulart ( _ . onnect TM Refl'igerator Drill a 1 / 4 " hole in tile water pipe ( even if usino , _ a Tubing kit , tile necessary fittings are preassembled to sell = piercing xalxe ) , using a sharp bit . Remoxe anx tile robing . burrs resulting from drilling , , the hole in the pipe . Take care not to allow water to drain into the drill . Faihu'e to drill a 1 / 4 " hole max result in reduced • If your existing copper water line has a flared fitting ice production or smaller cubes . at the end , you will need an adapter ( awfilable at phunbing supply stores ) to connect the water line to tile reli'igerator OR you can cut off tile flared fitting with a tube cutter and then use a compression fitting . Do not cut fl ) rmed end fl'om GE SmartConnect ' " Reii'igera tot robing . • Shutoff valve to connect to tile cold water line . The shutoff wdve should have a water inlet with a minim um inside diameter of 5 / 32 " at the point of connection to the COLD WATER LINE . Saddle - type shutoff wdves are included in many water sui ) ply kits . Before purchasing , make sure a saddle - type wdve complies with your local phunbing codes . 27
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Installation Instructions INSTALLING THE WATER LINE ( CONT . ) [ ] FASTEN THE SHUTOFF VALVE [ ] CONNECT THE TUBING TO THE VALVE Fasten tile shutoff _ al _ e to tile cold water pipe with tile pipe clamp . Place tile compression nut and teHule ( sleeve ) for COl ) per tubing onto tile end of tile tubing and Pipe connect it to tile shutoff valve . Make sm'e tile tubing is flflly inserted into tile valve . Tighten the compression nut secm'elv , For plastic tubing fl'om a GE SmartConnect ' ' _ Refl'igerator Tubing kit , insert the molded end Saddle - Type ' " _ ColdWater Pipe ShutoffValve of the tubing into the shutoff ' wflve and tighten compression nut until it is hand tight , then tighten one additional turn with a wrench . Overtightening NOTE : Conm _ onwealth of Massachusetts Plumbing IIl [ IV Catlse leaks . Codes 248CMR shall be adhered to . Saddle wflves are illegal and use is not pemfitted in Massachusetts . I Consult with wmr licensed i ) lmnber . Saddle - TypeShutoffValve I CompressionNut SmartConnectTM [ ] TIGHTEN THE PIPE CLAMP Tighten tile clamp screws tmtil tile sealing washer PackingNut begins to swell . Ferrule ( sleeve ) OutletValve NOTE : Do not overtighten or w ) u may c _ ush tile NOTE : ( _ onllnonwealth of Massachusetts Plulnbing tubing . ( : odes 248 ( : MR shall be adhered to . Saddle wflves Washer Inlet End are illegal and use is not pemfitted in Massachusetts . Pipe Consult with vom " licensed plmnber . r • Clampw _ Scre [ ] FLUSH OUT THE TUBING Tm'n tile main water sui ) ply on and flush ( ) lit tile tubing until tile water is clear . Shut tile water off at tile water valve alter about one quart ( l liter ) of water has been flushed through tile tubing . [ ] ROUTE THE TUBING ] _ . oute tile tubing between tile cold water line and tile refl'igera tot . Route tile tubing through a hole drilled in tile wall or floor ( behind tile refl'igerator or a ( ! jacent 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 tile refrigerator to move out fi'om the wall atter installation . 28
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Installation instructions [ ] CONNECT THE TUBING TO THE [ ] CONNECT THE TUBING TO THE REFRIGERATOR REFRIGERATOR ( CONT . ) NOTES : Insert tile end of tile tubing into tile water valve • Before making tile connection to tile refl'igerator , connection as tar as possible . While holding tile be sure tile refl'igerator power cord is not i ) lugged tubing , tighten tile fitting . into tile wall outlet . For plastic tubing fl'om a GE SmartConnect _ ' ' • If your refl'igerator does not have a water filteL Refl'igerator Tubing kit , insert the molded end we recommend installing one if yore " water of the tubing into the refl'igerator connection and supply has sand or particles that could clog tile tighten the compression nut until it is hand tight , screen of the reti'igerator's water valve . Install it in then tighten one additional turn with a wrench . tile water line near tile reli'igerator . If using ( ; E Overtightening may cause leaks . SmartConnect _ ' ' Refl'igerator Tubing kit , you will need an additional tube ( WX08X10002 ) to Fasten the tubing into the clamp provided to hold connect tile filter . Do not cut plastic tube to it in a vertical position . You may need to I ) _ T open install filter . tile clamp . Some models have the refl'igerator connection at One of the illustrations below will look like the the end of tubing located outside the compressor connection on your refrigerator . COUll ) ai'tulent access cover . On other models , tile Tubing 1 / 4 " COUll ) I'eSSOI " COU / l ) aI'tII / ent access cover UltlSt be removed in order to access the reti'igerator connection at tile water wllve . 1 / 4 " Compressio \ n Nut Ferrule Refrigerator SmartConnec _ t Connection Tubing On models usin , * tile refrigeration connection at 1 / 4 " Tubing TubingClamp tile water xalxe , remoxe tile plastic flexible cap . 1 / 4 " CompressioNnut © Ferrule ( sleeve ) Refrigerator SmartConnect _ Tubing Place tile compression nut and terrule ( sleeve ) onto tile end of tile tubing as shown . On tile GE SmartConnect ' " Refl'igerator Tubing kit , tile nuts are ah'eady assembled to tile tubing , 29
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installation instructions INSTALLING THE WATER LINE ( CONT . ) START THE ICEMAKER [ ] TURN THE WATER ON AT THE SHUTOFF VALVE Set tile icemaker power switch to tile / ( on ) position . Tile icemaker will not begin to operate until it Tighten any connections that leak . reaches its operating temperature of 15 ° F ( - 9 ° C ) or below . It will then begin operation automatically if the icemaker power switch is ill the ! ( on ) position . Replace access co _ ei ' . NOTE : In lower water pressm'e conditions , tile [ ] PLUG IN THE REFRIGERATOR * _ ater val _ e ma _ turn on up to 3 times to deliver Arrange tile coil ot tubing so that it does not _ ibrate ellO / ioh x # atel " to tile icemaker . against tile back of tile refrigerator or against tile wall . Push tile refl'igerator back to tile wall . 30
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Normal operatingsounds . GEAppliances . com These sounds are normal and are due mostly to highly efficient operation . The new high efficiency compressor runs tipster and will haxe a higher pitch lmm or I ) ulsafing , sound while oi ) erating . The tans circtflafing air inside the fl'eezer and refi _ igerator comparm _ ents which kee I ) the temperatm'es unifi ) i _ n throtlghotlt . The tans operating at a high speed . This happens when the refl _ igerator is fi _ t I ) lugged , , in when the ( loo _ are I ° ) ened f'e ( luentl _ or when a large , amount of t0od is added to the reti _ igerator or ti'eezer compartments . _ 4 ] _ ter dropping on the defl'ost heater causing a sizzling , hissing or popping sound dtwing the defrost cycle . The flow of reii _ igerant through the freezer cooling coils sotmds like boiling water or a gurgling noise . of cooling coils caused by expansion and contraction dtwing def'ost and refrigeration following defi'ost . _ & _ ter dripping as it melts from the exaporator and flows to the drain pan ( hwing the defrost c } cle . Icemaker The icemaker water valve will buzz when the icemaker flls with _ : _ te _ : If the power switch is in the I ( on ) position it will buzz even if it has not yet been hooked up to water : Keeping the power switch in the I ( 011 ) position beii ) re it is hooked up to water can damage the icemake _ : To prevent this , set the power switch to the 0 ( off } position . This will stop the buzzing . The sotmd of cubes dropping into the bin and water rtmning in pipes as icemaker refills . 31
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Beforeyou call forservice . . . 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 Refrigerator does not Refrigerator in defrost cycle . * Wait ab ( mt 30 miuutes fi ) I " ( lefi ' ( ) st cycle to eud . Either or both controls set to OFF . • Set tile controls to a temperature settiug . Refrigerator is unplugged . * Push tile plug completely into the outlet . The fuse is blown / cireult • Replace fi / se or reset the breaker . breaker is tripped . The refrigerator is in * Uuph / g the refrigerator and plug it back in . showroom mode . Vibration or rattling Rollers need adjusting . * See Rollers . ( slight vibration is normal ) Motor operates for Normal when refrigerator * Writ 24 hou _ fl ) r the reii _ igerator to ( ompletely Iongperiods or cycles is first plugged in . cool down . on and off frequently . Often occurs when large * This is uom _ al . ( Modern refrigerators mnom _ ts of food are with more storage space and a larger placed in refrigerator . freezer require more Door left open . * Check t ( ) see if package is holding door open . operating time . They . MartandMop ellen Hot weather or frequent * This is uon , al . to maintain even door openings . temperatures . ) Temperature controls • See About the controls . set at the coldest setting . Refrigerator or freezer Temperature control not set * See About the controls . compartment too warm cold enough . Warm weather or frequent • Set the temperattu'e control one step col ( le _ : door opelmlgs . See About the controls . Door left open . • ( _ he ( k to see if l ) a ( kage is holding door opeu . From orice c _ Mals Door left open . • Check to see it package is holding do ( n " open . on frozen food ( from within package Too frequent or too long is normal ) door openings . Divider between Automatic energy saver • This helps prevent condensation on the outside . refrigerator and freezer system circulates warm compartments liquid around front edge feels warm of freezer compartment , Automatic icemaker ] cemaker power switch • Set the power switch t ( > the on positiou . does not work is in the off position . Water supply turned off or • See Installing the water line . not comlected . Freezer compartment • _ , _ ait 24 hotu _ fi ) r the refi'igerator to completely too warn'l , cool dowu . Piled up cubes in the storage • I , evel cubes by hand . bin cause the icemaker to shut off . Ice cubes stuck in icemaker . • Turn off the icemake _ , remove cubes and turn the icelnaker back on . ( Green power light on icemaker blhlking ) .
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GEAppliances . com Possible Causes What ToDo Ice cubes have Ice storage bin needs clemlhlg . * Empty and wash bin . Discard old cubes . odor / taste Food trmasmitthlg odor / taste * _ , _ i'ap fi ) o ( ls well . to ice cubes . Interior of refrigerator * See Care and cleaning . needs demling . Small orhollow cubes Water f'flter clogged . * Replace filter cartridoe _ with new cartridge or with [ ) lu ° _ " Slow ice cube freezing Door left open . * Check to see if package is holding door open . Te , nperatnre control not set * See About the controls cold enough . Cube dispenser does lcema . ker turned off or * Turn on icelnaker or water supply . water supply turned off . Ice cubes are frozen to * ] _ elnoxe cubes . icema , ker feeler m'm . Irregular ice clmnps in * Break up with thlgertip pressure and discard storage contaJller , reulaining chun ) s , [ • • Freezer ulay be too wai _ / n . At ! just tile ti'eezer control to a colder setting , one position at a time , until clumps do not tOF / ll , Dispenser is LOCKED . • Press and hold tile LOCK CONTROL pad to * 3 seconds . Waterhaspoortaste / odor Water dispenser has not been • Dispense water until all water ill s } steln is replenished . used for a long time . Waterin firstglass is Normal when refrigerator • " _ ' _ lit 24 houIs fin " tile reflJgerator to completely warm is first installed , cool down . Water dispenser has not been • Dispense water until ; 111water ill s } steln is replenished , used for a long time . Water system has been drained . • Mlow sexeral hems for replenished suppl } to chill . Waterdispenserdoes Water supply line turned • See Installingthe water line . network off or not comlected . Water f'flter clogged . • Replace filter cartridge or relnoxe filter and install plug . Air may be trapped in the • Press tile dispenser arnl for at least two ininutes . water system . Dispenser is LOCKED . • Press and hold tile LOCKCONTROLpad for 3 seconds . Waterspurting from Newly - instaJled filter cartridge . • ] _ . un water ti'oul tile dispenser for 3 ininutes ( about dispenser one and a halfgalh ) ns ) . Wateris notdispensed Water in reservoir is • Call for se * Mce . buticemakeris working frozen . Refrigerator control setting • Set to a war / ner settin , is too cold . No water erice cube Supply line or shutoff • ( _ dl a phunbei : production valve is clogged . Water leflter clogged . • Replace filter caixridge or remove filter and install plug . Dispenser is LOCKED . • Press and hold tile LOCKCONTROLpad tel 3 seconds . CUBEDICEwas selected Last setting was • A tew cubes were left ill tile crusher from tile prexious butCRUSHEDICE CRUSHEDICE . setting . This is mmnal . was dispensed 3,3
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Before you call forservice . . . Possible Causes What ToDo Orange glow in Defrost heater is on . * This is hernial . the freezer Foods trm _ smitthag * Foods with strong od ( ) x _ should be tightly wral ) ped . odor to refrigerator . * Keep an open box of baking soda in the ref _ igerator ; replace exerv three months . Interior needs clemlhag . * See Care and cleaning . Door not closing properly Door gasket on hinge side * AI ) I ) I ) paraffin wax to the lace of the gasket , sticking or folding over . Adoor is tt agashelf inside the re frigerator . Moistureformson Not unusual during * _ ii ) e sm _ i _ ( e ( hy . outside of refrigerator periods of high hmnidJty . Moisture collects inside Too frequent or too ( in humid weather , air long door openings . canies moisture into refrigerator when doors are opened ) Interiorlightdoes No power at outlet . * Replace rise or reset the breaker , not work Light bulb burned out . * See Replacing the Iightbulbs . Wateronkitchenflooror Cubes jmnmed in chute . * Poke ice through with a wooden Sl ) Oon , onbottomoffreezer Hotair frombottom Normal air flow cooling motor . of refrigerator In the refrigeration process , it is normal that heat be expelled in the area under the refrigerator . Some floor coverings are sensitive mad will discolor at these normal mad safe temperatures . Refrigerator never Adaptive defrost keeps * This is hernial . The refiJgerator will cxcle off after the shuts offbut the compressor rmnthag during door remains closed fin " 2 houx _ . temperatures are OK door openings . Refrigeratorbeeping Door open . * ( _ lose do ( n ' , Foodisn't thawing / chilling Packaging . * Increase time or re - package in plastic , Wrong weight selected . * Select a larger weight . Item with high fat content . * Select a larger weight . Not using Chill / Thaw way . * Place items on tray and allow space in between items fin . better airflow . Actual temperature not Uult just plugged in . • ? dlow 24 hotn _ fin " s ) stem to stabilize , equal to Set temperature Door open for too long . * _ dlow 24 hotH _ fi ) r s ) stem to stabilize . Wm'm food added to refrigerator . * _ dlow 24 h ( ) u , _ fin " s ) stem to stabilize . Defrost cycle is ha process . * _ Mlow 24 hotH _ fin " s ) stem to stnbilize . Select Tempfeatureis Refrigerator compartment * This is nom / al . In order to mininfize ener _ ' usa , , e _ , _ the notworking temperature control is set Select Temp feattH'e is disabled when the refrigerator at warmest setting , temperature control is set at the w ; mnest setting . 24
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CONSUMER WARRANTY ( for customers in Canada ) Your refrigerator is warranted to be free of defects in material and workmanship . What is covered How Long Warranted Parts Labour ( From Date of Sale ) Repair or Replace at Camco's Option Compressor Ten ( 10 ) Years Ten ( 10 ) Years Five ( 5 ) Years Sealed System ( including Five ( 5 ) Years Five ( 5 ) Years Five ( 5 ) Years evaporator , condenser tubing and refrigerant ) All Other Parts One ( 1 ) Year One ( 1 ) Year One ( 1 ) Year TERMS AND CONDITIONS : WHAT IS NOT COVERED : This warranty applies only for single • Service trips to your home to teach you how family domestic use in Canada when the to use the product . Refrigerator has been properly installed • Damage to finish after delivery . according to the instructions supplied by • Improper installation - proper installation Camco and is connected to an adequate includes adequate air circulation to the and proper utility service . refrigeration system , adequate electrical , Damage due to abuse , accident , commercial plumbing and other connecting facilities . use , and alteration or defacing of the serial • Replacement of house fuses or resetting plate cancels all obligations of this warranty . of circuit breakers . Service during this warranty must be performed • Replacement of light bulbs . by an Authorized Camco Service Agent . • Damage to product caused by accident , Neither Camco nor the Dealer is liable for any fire , floods or acts of God . claims or damages resulting from any failure of the Refrigerator or from service delays • Loss of food due to spoilage . beyond their reasonable control . • Proper use and care of product as listed To obtain warranty service , purchaser must in the owner's manual , proper setting of present the original bill of sale . Components controls . repaired or replaced are warranted through the • WARRANTOR tS NOT RESPONSIBLE remainder of the original warranty period only . FOR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES . This warranty is in addition to any statutory warranty . IMPORTANT Keep this warranty and your bill of sale as proof of original purchase and purchase date . Camco Service is available coast to coast . Staple your receipt here . If further help is needed concerning this warranty , contact : Proof of the original purchase date is needed to obtain service Manager , Consumer Relations , Camco Inc . , Suite 310 , 1 Factory Lane , Moncton , NB . ElC 9M3 under the warrant } 4 35
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Refrigerator Warranty . ( Focr . stomeinrtsheUniteSdtates ) 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 GEAppfiances . com , or call date is needed to obtain service 800 . GE.CARES ( 800.432.2737 ) . under the warrant _ GE Will Replace : Any part of the refl _ igerator which tifils due to a defect in materials or workananship . During this Fromthe date of the full one - year warranty , GE will also provide , free of charge , all labor and in - home service to replace originalpurchase the defecti \ ' e part . Any part of the sealed refrigerating system ( the compressor ; conclensei ; exaporator and Fromthe date of the all connecting tubing ) which fifils due to a defect in materials or workmanship . During this originalpurchase full five - year sealed refrigerating system warranty , GE will also proxide , free of charge , all labor and in - home service to replace the ( lele ( ti \ ' e part in the sealed rel _ igerating s vsteul . i _ : Service trips to your home to teach you how to use the i _ ) : Replacement of the water Filter cartridge due to water product . pressure that is outside the specified operating rmlge or due to excessive sediment in the water supply . i _ : huproper h _ sta31atiou . i _ ) : Replacement of the water Filter cartridge after its _ i ; FaSlure of the product if it is abused , misused , or used for expected useful life . other than the intended purpose or used commercia31y . _ i ; Damage to the product caused by accident , fire , floods Loss of food due to spoilage . or acts of God . _ i : ; Replacement of house fuses or resetting of circuit ! ' _ : h _ cideutaJ or consequential damage caused by possible breakers . defects with this applimlce . This warranty is extended to the original purchaser and any succeeding owner for products purchased for home use within the USA . In Alaska , the warranty excludes the cost of shipping or service calls to your home . Some states do not aflow 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 . Warrantor : General Electric Company . Louisville , KY 40225 38
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Performance Data Sheet GESmartWater Filtration System GWF Cartridge Health Claim Performance Certified by NSF / ANSI * qOO % safety factors built in for unmetered usage ) Standard No . 42 : Aesthetic Effects Paxmneter USEPA [ nfluent Effluent % Reduction MCL Ma _ rnurn _ um Challenge Average Average Chlorine { ) 8.90 % { ) 7.37 % 1.9 ppm 0.02 ppm / ) . / ) 5 ppm T & ( ) - - Pmliculate * * 200,000 3,978 7,800 { ) 8.00 % { ) 6.10 % StaJadaxd No . 53 : Health Effects Paxmneter USEPA [ nfluent Effluent % Reduction MCL Maximmn Mininlunl Challenge Average Average 1 NTU * * * 24.3 NTU 0.07 NTU 0.1 NTU 99.71 % 99.59 % Tud ) idity 26 99.95 % Reduction 105,750 . D . D 99.97 % 99.95 % Cysts 99.37 % 99.37 % I _ ead at pH 6.5 15 ppb 160 i ) i ) / ) 1 i ) i ) / ) 1 ppb 98.80 % 97.13 % I _ ead at pH 8.5 15 ppb 150 i ) i ) / ) 1.8 ppb 4.3 I ) I ) 1 ) I , indane 91.93 % 91.93 % 0.0002 ppm 0.00062 ppm 0.00005 ppm 0.00005 ppm Atrazine 76.19 % 64.28 % 0.003 ppm 0.0084 ppm 0.002 ppm 0.003 ppm 2,4 - D 84.89 % 67.63 % 0.100 ppm 0.272 ppm 0.042 ppm 0.0 { ) 0 ppm Asbestos 99 % 690 MFI , / ml 0.32 MFI , / ml 1.2 MFL / ml 99.95 % 99.82 % * Tested using a flow rate of 0,5gpm ( 1,8927I / m ) ; pressure of 120psig ( 8,437kg / cm 2 ) ; pH of Z5 + _ 0,5t ; emp , of 68 % 4,5 ° F ( 20 % 2,5 ° C ) * * Measurement in particles / ml * * _ NTU = Nephelometric Units Operating Specifications Capacit ) : certified for up to 500 galhms ( 189 : 4 1 ) ; up to one year i _ ; : Presstu'e requirement : 40 - 121 ) psi ( 2.8 - 8.2 bar ) , non - shock 0 . . . . Temperatm'e : 33 ° - I ( ) ( ) ° F ( . 6 - 38 ( , ) i _ ; F : low rate " 0 , 5 . t " ° m ( 1.9 1pro ) General Installation / Operation / Maintenance Requirements Flush new ( art _ i ( lge at hill flow for . 3 minutes to 1 ) urge , ( ) tit trapped air . i _ ; : Replace cartridge when flow becomes too slow . Special Notices i _ ; : Installation instructions ; parts and service axailabilit } ; and standard _ arrant } are included with the product _ dmn shipped . > ; This drinking water sxsteln illt / st be maintained according to illailtlf _ lcttu'ei " s instructions , including replacenlent of filter cartridges . i _ ; : Do not use with water that is microbiological1 ) unsafe or of tmknown qualit ) without adequate disinfection before or after the system . Sxstems certified ti ) r cyst reduction max be used on disinfe ( ' ted water that max contain filterable ( xsts . i _ ; : The contaminants or other substances remoxed or reduced b } this water treatment s } stem are not necessaril } in } ore " x _ ate _ ; > ; Check for compliance with the state and h ) cal laws and regulations . Syslem Tesled and Certified by NSF Int ( rnational againsl ANSI / NSF Standard 42 & 53 tot the reduction oP Standard No . 42 : Aesthetic Effects Stan & ard No . 53 : Heahh Effects Chemi ( al [ nit Chemical Reduction [ nit " Ihste and ( ) dot Reduction I . ead and Atrazine Reduction Chh ) rine Reduction , Class I Lindane and 2,4 - 1 ) Reduction Mechanical Filtration [ 7nit Mechanical Filtration [ nit Parti ( ulatc R ( ' ( hl ( tion , Chics I Tm - bi ( litv Reduction Cyst and Asbestos Reduction Manttfi _ ctm'ed fi ) r : ( ; eneral Electric Company I , ouisville KY 4 / ) 225 37
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State of California Department of Health Services Water Treatment Device Certificate Number 00 - 1434 Date Issued : May 30 , 2000 Date Revised : February 9 . 2001 Trademark / Model Designation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Replacement Elements GE Smart Water Filtration Systems = GWF06 GWF06 GWF GE Smart Water Filtration Systems a GWF HWF Hotpoint Refrigerator Sys _ em _ - HWF Manufacturer : GeneralElecmc Apphances Turbl & tv Organic Contaminants Atrazme Llndane 2.4 - D Rated Service Capacity : 300 gallons * Rated Service Flow : 05 gpm Do not use where water is microbiologically unsafe or with water of unknown quality , except that systems claiming cyst reduction may be used on water containing cysts . * 500 gallons for models that include a replacement filter indicator light . For Purchases Made In Iowa : This form must be signed and dated bx the bmer and seller prior to the consummation of this sale . This form should be retained on file b _ the seller for a minim um of two years . BUYER : SELLER : Name Name Address Address City State Zip City State Zip Signature Date Signature Date
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GE Service Protection Plus ' M GE , a name recognized _ xorldwide _ br quality and dependability ; o _ Iers you Service Protection Plus " - comprehensive protection on all your appliances - No Matter What Brand ! Benefits Include : We'll CoverAny Appliance . * Backed by GE o All brands covered Anywhere . Anytime . * Unlimited service calls o All parts and labor costs included o No out - of - pocket expenses o No bidden deductibles o One 800 nmnber to call You will be completel ? satisfied _ dth ore " service protection or } o1 . l ma } request } our mone } back on the remaining value of } our contract . No questions asked . It's that simple . Protect yore " refi'igerator , dishwasher , washer and dryei ; range , TV ; VCR and much more - aaay brand ! Plus there's no extra charge liar emergency service and low monthly financing is a _ : dlable . Even icemaker coverage and / ood spoilage protection is offered . You can rest easy , knowing that all your valuable household products are protected against expensive repairs . Place , our confidence in ( ; E and call us in the IJ . S . toll - free at _ UO , OZ _ ) , ZZZ _ _ or I / / Ol'e itll _ orI / / } lttiOll . * MI lmulds cox < led , up to 20 yeals old , in I ] / < ( onlinenla ] U . S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J . _ : _ ( Jill hel ' ( : 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 . V ( e are proud to haxe you as a customer ! Follow these three steps to protect your new appliance investment : Complete mid mail Read yore : Owner's Aller n / ailing tile your Consumer Mamlal carefllllv . regisuzatiOll below , Product Ownerslfip slore this doc / ll / / ell [ h will hel t ) you Registration today . in a sat _ ' place . It operate your new Itave the peace of COlltaillS illlk ) rl / / atJOll appliance properly . nlind of km / wing we you will need should Call COIllacI VOIl ill yo / l req Hire service . 1111 . tmlJk ( ly event of Our service nunltler a sate'Iv n / odification . is 800 . GE.CAI ¢ _ S ( 800.432.2737 ) . Model Number Serial Number I I I 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 GEAppliances . com . . _ Cut here Consumer Product Ownership Registration Model Number Serial Number M * : Ms . Mrs . Miss First ] ] Last ] I Nam ( I I I I I I I I I Nam ( I I I I I I I I I I I I Street [ I Address I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Apl . # I , , , , i i , I Eqn , \ adidlr ( ss * Zip ] Dlle lq IIx d _ m ' _ , - I I , I - I , , II , , , I Monlh * Pleas ( provid ( yore - e - mail ad ( lr ( ss to tee ( ire , via c - mail , discounls , six cial offers and other important ( onmmnicalions trom GE Appliances ( ( ; EA ) . Che ( k IKre if : you do not wan1 Io F ( ( ( } iv ( ( ommuni ( alions trom ( ; EA's ( at ( fully s ( l ( ( le ( [ partners . Q GEAppliances General E / ectric Compally Louisville , Ketltucky GEAppliances , corn 40
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Mesures de s & _ rit _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 , 44 Fonaionnement Autres caract _ ristiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Clayettes et bacs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 , 51 CustomCool _ ' * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 , 48 Enlistment des contenants . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Entretien et nettoyag _ du r _ frig6rateur . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 , 57 Le distfibumur d'eau et de g ] aqons . . . 55 , 56 Le filtre fi eau . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Les commandes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Les portes du r _ frig _ rateur . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Les tiroirs et conmnants _ l _ gume . . . . . . . 53 Machine _ glacons automatique . . . . . . . . 54 Remplacement des ampoules . . . . . . . . . . 58 TurboCool _ ' ' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 . o Im _ allation D _ monmg _ et remonmg _ des portes . . . . 63 Ensembles de moulures et de panneaux d _ corati £ s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 - 69 Installation de la conduim d'eau . . . . . 66 - 69 Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 , 65 Conseils de d _ Oan _ ge . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 - 74 Bruits de fonctionnement nommux . . . . . 70 . o Soutiert art consommateur Feuillet de donn6es relatives fi la perfommnce de la cartouche ( A _ ] ? . . . . . . 76 Garantie pour la clientble au Canada . . . . 75 Soutien au consommamur . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 m Transcrivezles numerosde modele et de serie ici : # de modele # de serie ] Istigurent sur l ' _ tiquette qui se trouve fi l'interiem " ( lu compartiment rbti _ ig _ ratetH " en hm _ te _ ' _ droite . mh C2 _ 42
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MESURESDESf : CURITfI : MPORTANTES . LISEZD'ABORDTOUTESLESDIRECTIVES . electromenagersge . ca AVERTISSEMENT ! N'utilisez cet # lectromOnager que pour I'usage auquel il est destinO , comme expliqu # clans le pr # sent manuel . MESUREDSESECURITE Lorsque vous utilisez un appareil # lectrique , observez toujours les mesures de s # curitO de base , y compris les suivantes . i _ ) : Installez le r _ fl _ ig _ rateur confimn _ ment aux i _ i ; t : _ loignez les doigts des parties du r _ qi'igg _ rateur off direcfi ; es d'installafion a ; mt de l'utiliser . l'on peut fi _ cilement se pincer : les espaces entre les portes et entre les portes et les placards sent _ i : : Ne laissez pas les entimts grimpet ; s'asseoit ; se toujouls ( _ troits . Soyez prudent lo _ sque vous tbm _ ez tenir debout ni se pendre aux clavettes du les portes de l'appareil en presence des entimts . rg _ ffig & ' atetu : lls pourraient endommager le r _ fi _ ig & ' ateur et se blesser gravement . _ i : : Dg _ branchez w ) tre r6liJgg _ rateur awmt de le nettover ou de le r _ pare _ : i _ ; : Ne touchez pas les surlhces fl'oides du cong ( qateur si vous avez les mains humides ou mouillg _ es : la REMARQUE : Nous vousrecommandonsvivementde confier toute r _ paration8 un technlk & nqualifi _ . peau risque d'adhg _ rer fi ces surfi _ ces tr _ s ti'oides . N N'entreposez et n'utilisez pas d'essence ou autres i _ : i , o _ que w _ us rg _ glez la commande sur 0 ( arr _ t ) , w _ peu _ s et liqtfides iiNammabl _ fi proximit _ de cet l'alimentation ( qectrique de l'ampoule appareil ou de tout autre appareil _ lectrom & mge _ : n'est pas coupg _ e . > : Si w ) tre rg _ fl'igg _ rateur est dot ( _ d ' une machine 5 _ i : : Ne recongelez pas les aliments smgelg _ s qui ont glacons automatique & ' itez le contact avec les compl _ tement ( l ( _ gel & pi & ces mobiles du mg _ canisme _ jectem ; ou avec : _ ; Nettovez tot { jou _ le contenant CustomCoolTM l ' _ l & nent chauflimt situ _ 5 la pattie inl _ riem'e de apr _ s avoir dg _ gel ( _ les aliments . la machine 5 glaqons . Ne posez pas les doigts ou les mains sur le m _ canisme de la machine 5 glaqons pendant que le r ( qi'ig ( _ rateur est branch , . DANGER ! RISQUES POUR LES ENFANTS COMMENTVOUSDEBARRASSECRONVENABLEMENT DEVOTRAENCIENREFRIGERATEUR Se debarrasser du CFC I , es enfants pris au pii _ ge ou morts d'asph ) : xie sent toujou _ 5 d'acmalit ( _ , i , es r ( qi'igg _ mtem5 abandonn _ s Votre ancien r ( _ fl _ ig & ' ateur peut avoir un sont tot ! jom _ aussi dangereux , m _ me si on n'attend s ) : st _ me de reti'oidissement qui a utilis _ les CFC que < _ quelques jouls , , pour s'en dgd ) arrassei : Si wins ( chlorofluorocafl ) ones ) . i , es CFC sent jug's nodfs ne gardez pas votre ancien rg _ fl _ igg _ ramtu ; veuillez pour l'ozone stratosph & _ ique . suiwe les directives d - dessous afin de pr & enir les accidents . Si vous w _ us d _ barrassez de w ) tre ancien r _ qi _ igg _ ratem ; assurez - vous que le flJgorig & ne avec Avantde vousdebarrasserde votreancien CFC soit enlev _ correctement par un mchnicien refrigerateur ou congelateur : qualifi ( _ . Si w ) us lib _ rez intenfionnellement ce fl _ igorig _ ne avec CFC wins pouvez & tre SOtllllis atlX i _ i : D & nontez les portes . conti'aventions et 5 l'elilplJsonnelilent SOilS i _ ; : I , aissez les clavettes en place afin d'emp & ' her provisions des lois sur l'environnement . les enlimts de grimper 5 l'int _ Xriem : CORDONPSROLONGATEURS Nous vous recommandons fortement de no pas utiliser de cordons prolongateurs _ cause des risques potent & Is qu ' / Is prOsentent dans certaines conditions . Toutefifis si vous d _ cidez d'ufiliser tout de m6me un cordon prohmgateut ; il est absolument n _ cessaire qu'il s'agisse d'un cordon 5 3 ills avec raise 5 la terre pour appareils ( dectromgmage _ homologu ( _ UI , ( aux t _ tat > Unis ) ou certifi ( _ CSA ( au Canada ) , pOl . lY ; ' tl d'tItle fiche et d'tltle p _ ise raises 5 la terre 43 de 15 amperes ( minimum ) et de 120 volts .
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MESURESDESECURITEIMPORTANTES . LISEZD'ABORDTOUTESLESDIRECTIVES . AVERTISSEMENT ! RACCORDEMENCTLLECTRIOUE Ne coupez ni retirez en aucun cas la troisiOme broche ( mise D la terre ) de la fiche du cordon d'alimentation . Pour votre s _ curit # , cet appareil doit Otre correctement mis _ la terre . I , e cordon d'alimentation de cet appareil est Cette precaution est recommand _ e pour garanfir muni d'une fiche 5 3 bmches ( raise 5 la terre ) un rendement optimum et & ' iter une surcharge des qui se branche darts une prise m urale ordinaire drcuits _ lectriques de la r _ sidence , ce qui pourrait fi 3 alv & _ les ( raise fi la terre ) pour r _ duire au cr ( _ er un risque d'incendie par surchaufl'e des ills . minimum les risques de chocs _ lectriques . Ne d _ branchezjamais le r _ liig _ mmur en tirant sur le cordon d'alimentafion . Nfisissez tbm _ ement la fiche Faites examiner la prise de courant et le circuit par un _ lectriden qualifi _ pour vous assurer que la prise du cordon et fi _ ez droit pour la _ efi _ er de la prise . est correctement raise 5 la terre . R ( _ parez ou remplacez imm ( _ diatement tout cordon Si la prise murale est du _ ' l ) e standard 5 2 alv & _ les , efliloch _ ou endommag ( _ . N'utilisez pas un cordon il xous incombe de la fifire remplacer par une prise tendill ( _ ou pr & entant des signes d'usure . 5 3 alx & _ les correctement raise 5 la terre . Ixn _ que vous d ( _ placez w ) tre r _ liJg ( q'ateur du mtu ; I , e r _ flig _ mteur doit tot liom _ & tre branch _ darts sa faites attention de ne pas le edre rotfler sur le cordon propre prise de CO / li } lnt , dent la tension nominale est d'alimentation afin de ne pas l'endommage _ : identique 5 celle indiqu ( _ e sur la plaque signal _ tique . FICHED'ADAPTAflONm _ hde ' _ _ d _ t _ _ toioi _ _ , e _ m _ iuC _ e _ n _ ad _ J Nous vous recommandons fortement de no pas utiliser une fiche d'adaptation _ cause des risques potenfiels qu'elle prOsente dans certaines circonstances . Toutefi ) is , si vous d _ cidez d'utiliser tout de m6me Si la borne de raise 5 la terre de la fiche casse , fine fiche d'adaptation , w _ us pouvez efl'ectuer tin N'UTILISEZPASl'appareil tant qu ' une raise 5 la terre raccordementtemporaire , si les codes h ) caux le ad & luate n'aura pas _ tc : r _ tablie . permettent , dans une prise de coumnt a 2 alv ( u ) les Le fait de fl ) cerla borne de raise O la terre de la fiche acl ( _ quatement raise 5 la terre en utilisant une fiche d'adaptation _ ia piaque de ia prise de courant n'assure d'adaptation homologu _ e / LrI , en venm darts la / ) as automatiquement ia raise _ ia terre de l'appareil , fl i ) lupart des quincailleries . faut que ia vis soit en mdtai , non isolde , et que ia prise de I , a tente la plus hmgue de la fiche doit _ tre align _ e courant soit raise _ ia terre par i'entremise du cOb / agede ia rbsidence . Faites vddfier le circuit par un dlectricien avec la fbnm la plus longue de la prise murale afin d'assurer la polarit _ al ) propri _ e pour le qualifib pour vousassurer que ia prise est adbquatement branchement du cordon d'alimentafion . raise _ ia terre . Ixnsque vous d _ branchez le cordon d'alimentation de la fiche d'adaptadon , saisissez tot _ jotu _ la fiche d'une main pendant que wins tirez sur la fiche du cordon d'alimentafion de l'autre . Sinon , la borne de raise 5 la terre de la fiche d'adaptafion risque de casser avec le temps . VEUILLELZIREETSUIVREATTENTIVEMENCTES MESUREDSESdLCURITCL . CONSERVEZCESDIRECTIVES 44
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L _ S co _ d _ s , e / ectromenagersge . ca La temperature est prO - reglOe _ I'usine au numOro 37 ° F pour le compartiment r # frigOrateur et 0 ° Fpour le compartiment congOlateur . Attendez 24 heures que la tempOrature se stabilise aux temperatures recommandOes pr # - r # glOes . Le r # glage de tempOrature peut indiquer la tempOrature SET ( r # glOe ) ainsi que la tempOrature r _ elle dans le compartiment r # frigOration et dans le compartiment congOlation . La tempOrature SET ( r _ glOe ) peut varier IOgOrement de la tempOrature 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 . J _ % . . . . . . . . - - - NOTE : Le rOfrigOrateur est expOdiO avec une pellicule de protection couvrant les commandes de tempOrature . Si cette pellicule n'a pas Ot # retirOe au cours de I'installation faites - le maintenant . Pour changer la temperature , appuyez et relfichez le Pour eteindre le systOmede refroidissement , bouton WARMER ou COLDER ( Plus chaud et Plus appuyez bfibvement sur le bouton WARMER ( plus fl'oid ) . I , e voyant SET ( aflichage ) s'allmnera et chaud ) du r _ li _ ig & ' atem " ou du cong _ latem'jusqu ' 5 l'affichage indiquera la temp0ramre r0gl0e . Pore " ce que l'aflichage indique OFF ( Arr _ t ) . Pour remettre changer la temp0ramre , appuyez bri0vement sin " la rappareil en marche , poussez sur le bouton COLDER touche WARMER ( plus chaud ) ou COLDER ( plus ( plus ti'oid ) du r _ li _ g & ' atem " ou du cong _ latem : I , e fl'oid ) , jtlS ( ltl ' , l ce qtle la telllp0rattlre d0sir0e vo } ; mt SET ( aflichage ) s'allumera du cgt _ que vous apparaisse . I , a temp0ratm'e du r ( q'rig0rateur peut a ; ' ez s01ectionn0 . Appuyez 5 nou ; ' eau ( du cgt0 or ' ! & tre ajust0e entre 34 et 44 ° F celle du cong01atem " le \ _ ) wmt SEYest allum ( _ ) et la temp ( _ ratm'e de entre - 6 et + 6 ° E l'appareil passera sin " la \ : dem " pr & r _ gl _ e de O ° F pour le cong _ lateur et 37 ° Fpour le r _ li _ g & ' atem : Une lifts la temp0ramre souhait ( ae affich0e , apr ( _ s I , ' aflichage d'un ou des deux boutons sur OFF 5 secondes , la temp0ratm'e aflich0e retom'nera a ( Arr _ t ) arr _ m le refroidissement darts les celle du r6ffig0ratem " et du cong01atem : Plusiem _ compartiments du i ' _ tiJg _ rateur et du cong _ latem " _ ! justem ents peuvent 6tre n0cessaires . Chaque lois mais ne coupe pas l'alimentation _ lectrique du que vous ajustez les conlnlandes , laissez passer r ( qi _ ig0rate m : 24 hem'es pore " que le r0fl _ ig ( q'ateur atteigne la temp ( q'atm'e que vous avez s01ecfionn0e . Syst rnede circulationd'air la canalisafion d'air et le tmmel 5 aft ; une telle Ce syst0me est con ( u pore " ma _ miser le rendement darts les compartiments du r _ fl _ ig & ' atem " et du op & ' ation attectera le rendement en ce qui cong ( qatem : Ce concept unique consiste en tree concerne la temp & ' amre . ( Pore " recevoir les canalisafion d'air fixbe au long des patois artistes instructions de ( l & nontage de ces _ l & nents du r _ li _ ig & ' ateur et d'un tmmel 5 air au bas de la en ligne 24 heures par join ; veuillez contacter paroi artiste du compartiment du cong _ latem : GE sur le site Web electromenage _ ge . ca ou I , e rangement d'aliments en avant des pe _ siem _ es appelez le 1.800.361.3400 . ) de ces compartiments n'aflecte pas le rendement de l'appareil . Bien qu'il soit possible d'enlever 45
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Au sujet de TurboCoo / Y Fonctionnement ia commande TurboCoolacc ( _ l _ re Utilisation le refl'oidissement du con _ partiment Appuyez sur le bouton TurboCool . I , ' & ' ran r6ffig & ' ation afin de refl'oidir phls de ten / p & ' ature ( Ill r _ fl _ g _ iateur indique TO . rapidement les aliments . Ufilisez TurboCool Quand la conm / ande TurboCoolcesse de quand vous _ ! ioutez une grande quantit _ ii i i i i i i i i fimctionnei ; le conlpartiment r _ li _ ig & ' ation d'aliments darts le compartiment revient _ ' lson r _ glage original . i ' 6flig & ' ation , quand vous mettez de c6t _ des aliments api ' _ s les avoir laiss _ s reposer NOTES : Vous ne pouvez pas changer ; ' _ la temperature de la piece Oil quand la temperature du r _ qi _ ig _ i'ateur w ) us mettez de c6t6 des restes d'aliments pendant que la commande TurboCoolfimctionne . cha uds . Vous pouvez _ galem ent 1 ' utiliser api ' _ s que le r6fl _ ig _ rateur soit rest _ I , e TurboCoo / n'a pas d'eflet Sill " d _ branch _ pendant une i % riode la ten / p & ' amre du cong _ lateui : pix _ long _ e . Quand ; ' ous OU ; TeZ la porte du Une lois activ0 , le compresseur se n / et r _ qi _ ig _ i'ateur pendant l'acfion in / nl & liatenlent ell route et les ventilateui _ de la comnmnde TurboCool , les se mettent ell n / arche et s'arr6tent _ ' lhaute ventilateul _ continuent fl vitesse pendant huit heures , ell sui \ mlt leur fimctionner si leur cycle cycle . I , e con / presseur continue _ ' ln / archer le den / ande . jusqu ' _ ' l ce que le compartin / ent r _ aflig _ i'ation se refl'oidisse fi environ 1 ° C ( 34 ° F ) , puis il se met ell n / arche et s'arr & te selon son propre wcle pour maintenir cette ten / p0rature . Api ' _ s 8 heures ou si VO / IS pressez _ ' _ no / lveatl Sill " le go / it ( In TurboCooLle compartiment i ' _ tiig & ' ation revient _ ' lson r0glage original . 46
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Au sujet de CustomCooU Fonctionnement donng _ e . I , e contenant est rendu ( _ tallche I , e dispositif CustomCooF " consiste ell till syst _ n / e de lnodg _ l'ateul _ , d'un ventilateul ; afin de prg _ venir sa tenlp ( _ rature de causer des \ m _ iatiollS de telnp & ' atul'e dans le reste d'lIlle thel _ nistance de telnp _ rature et d'un r { : challflellI : EI1 fimction du lnode choisi , du l ' _ tiig & ' ateul : line coillbinaison de ces COlIlpos _ Ints seI'a I , es COlllll / andes de ce contenant sont utilis ( _ e pour rafraichir rapidenlent les situ _ es 5 la partie sup & _ ieul'e du l ' 6ti _ ig & ' ateur alilnents , pour les d _ geler ou pour avec les connnandes de mnlp & ' atul'e . nlaintenir le contenant 5 lille telnpg _ rature Utilisation Videz le c / mtenmlt . Placez le > : _ _ la fill du cycle ExpressThawZ 0 plateau Chill / Thaw 5 l'int ( 4rieur le l ' ( _ glage du bac retourne autonlatiquelnent 5 la telnp & ' atul'e du contenant , la plaque m & allique fidsant fitce vel _ le bas p / lur rafi'aichir MEAT ( viande ) ( - 1 ° C [ 31 ° F ] ) , pour aider 5 conserver les articles dg _ gel ( _ s et entreposer les aliments oti ] a plaque ExpressThawTM m _ tallklue tidsant time _ Vl _ le haut jusqu ' ; _ leur utilisation finale . pour les d ( 4gelen Placez les alilnents i _ ; : ia tenipg _ ratul'e aflich _ e du stir le plateau et , % m / ez le contenant contenant de CustomCoolpeut \ mier con / plbteln ent . un peu par rapport 5 la telnp ( q'atul'e Choisissez un des boutllnS SET ( choisie ) conlpte tenu de 0 l'utilisation et des conditions de gxpmssrhawff gxpressChilF _ ou fimctionnenient . SelectTempY Le panneau d " / flMrwe , _ , et le _ vant SETs'alhiment . Appuyez NOTE : Pour des raisons de sg _ culJt _ , il est bribvement sur le bllutonjusqu ' 5 ce ExpressChillT " recolnnlandO d'enveloppel _ les alinlents que la lumibre apparaisse aprbs le dans un enlballage ell plastique lol _ de rOglage voulu . Utilisez le tableau 1 ' ufilisafion du cycle ExpressThavvY Cette pour d & em / iner le meillem " r ( 4glage pl ' _ caution niininlisera l ' _ coulelnent du 5 adopte _ : jus de viande et alnOliorera le d _ gel . i _ ; : Pour arl ' & ter lille fi ) nction awnlt la fill du cycle , appuyez bl _ ibvelnent sur le bouton correspondant 5 cette lonctionjtlsqtl'fi ce qtl'atiCl . lne option n'apparaisse et que le panneau s ' _ teint . Pendant le cycle de ExpressThaw _ ( d ( _ gel rapide ) ou de ExpressChil £ " ( gel rapide ) , le l ' _ glage indique le conipte 5 I'ebotlI _ ( hi cycle . 47
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Au sujet de CustomCool7 Tableau CustomCoolTM Note : les r _ sultats peuvent varier en fonction de I'emballage , de la temp & ature initiale et les particularit _ s des autres aliments . ExpressThaw ExpressChill SelectTemp 15 Minutes 0,5 Lb . ( 4 heures ) R0glage pour agrmnes ( 43 ° F ) 1 canette de boisson ( 12 oz ) i _ : Hambmger en galettes ( 0,5 lb ) i _ : > : Oranges , dtrons , limes , ananas , mehm cantahmp i _ ? Filet mignon emball _ i _ ? 2 petites boites dejus individuellen _ ent ( 0,5 lb ) ( { ' > 8 oz chacune ) i _ ) : HalJcots , concoiilbi'es , toiilates , poivrons , aube _ gines , COUlge 30 Minutes 1,0 Lb . ( 6 heures ) ROglage pour fruits et 16gumes ( 35 ° F ) 2 ; ' 16 canettes de boisson ( l 2 oz i _ : Poitrines de poulet ( ] , 0 lb ) > : chactme ) > : Fraises , fl'amboises , kiwi , poires , i _ : Boeuf hach _ ( 1,0 lb ) cerises , mores , raisins , primes , 2 bouteilles en plastique de 20 oz > : Bifleck ( 1,0 lb ) nect _ llJnes , poiili / les de boisson N _ & spe _ ges , brocoli , mais , 2,0 Lbs . ( 10 heures ) > : 4 ; ' 16 boites dejus ( 6 ; ' 18 oz champignons , @ inard , chou - flem ; i _ ) : Poitrines de poulet ( 2,0 lbs ) chactme ) chou fl _ is _ , _ chalottes , betteraves , _ i : : Boettt hach _ ( 2,0 lbs ) > : oignons 3 Emballage cartonn _ _ tanche ; / ! : Bifleck ( 2,0 lbs ) : ! : _ Vin ( bouteille de 750 ml ) ROglage pour les vimldes ( 31 ° F ) 3.0 Lbs . ( 12 heures ) N Viande crue , w ) laille et poissons 45 Minutes i _ ; : Poitfines de poulet ( 3,0 lbs ) i _ ; : 2 litre bouteille de boisson i _ ; : Boeuf hach _ ( 3,0 lbs ) i _ : 1 / 2 galhm de j us > : Bifleck ( 3,0 lbs ) i _ ; : 1 paquet de g _ latine Au sujet du plateau et de I _ tagbre CustomCooF _ Pour nettoyer le plateau Chill / Thaw Pour remonter le plateau , placez le support ( refroidissemengdegel ) , dg _ montez le plateau en plastique a l'envels ( poign _ es en bas ) mg _ tallique du support en plastique en stir tlne Stllbf _ lce solide . Placez la plaque poussant l _ g _ rement les poign _ es du mg _ tallique sin " le support , en adaptant le support et en enlevant le plateau . Ces c6tt : bombt ) de la plaque sin " le c6tt : bombt ) deux _ l & nents peuvent & tre laves en toute du support . ] ns & ' ez tm des c6ttas de la O # montage du plateau st ) cm - itt : darts la machine ; ' 1laver la \ : lisselle . plaque darts les encoches du support . Chill / Thaw Poussez sin " les poign _ es situ _ es sin " l'autre ( refroidissement / d @ el ) cgtt : du support tout en poussant cette extrg _ mit ( _ de la plaque ve _ le bas . Vous devriez entendre le d _ clic signifiant que la plaque est bien en place . 48
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Le filtre a eau . ( s . rcortoinms odOles ) e / ectromenagersge . ca Cartouche du fi / tre a eau O [ _ fites couler l'eau du distlJbuteur i _ ii ii pend : mt 3 minutes ( en'dron 6 litres ) La cartouche du fi ] tre _ l eau se trome afin de dg _ gager le s } stbme et empOcher darts le coin droit artiste supg _ riem " du le bredouillement , corn I ) artim ent rg _ fl _ ig ( _ rateur , , } uste au - ( | ess ( ) ( is des colllI / lalldes de ten / pel'attll'e . O Pressez et maintenez appu } Oe la touche RESETWATER FILTER ( re - r _ glage du Remp / acement du filtre filtre : _ eau ) sur le distributeur pendant 3 secondes , Une lumi _ re indique la n & essit ( 4 de remplacer la calqrouche du filtre _ ' leau sur REMAROUE : lJne cal _ touche de le distributetm Cette lumi _ ie devient orange remplacement qui vient d ' 6tre install ( % pour vous avertir de remplacer bient6t pout faire jaillir 1 ' eau du distributem : le filtre . Bouchon de derivation du fi / tre Vous devez remplacer la caiTtouche de filtre 11timt utiliser le bouchon de dt41Jvation Ins & ez le dessus de la cartouche quand la lumi _ e de l'indicateur devient dans le porte - cartouche et tourne - la du filtre lorsqu'une cartouche de rouge ou quand le dt4bit de l'eau qui _ ; i au lentement vers la droite . distibutem " d'eau ou au distfibuteur de remplacement n'est pas disponible . I , e distlJbuteur et la machine a glacons ne glace diminue . peuvent pas tbncti ( mner sans le filtre ou Installation de la cartouche du filtre sans le bouchon de dOlJ ; ' atiOll du filtre . 8 eSH Filtres de remplacement : < S'il , s " mit _ d'une cartouche de Pour commander des cartouches remplacement , enle ' _ ez d'abord l'a _ lcie _ l _ le e _ l la [ o { 11 " 11 ; 111 [ le _ lteme _ lt suppl _ mentaires aux Etats - Unis , visitez notre site Web h I'adresse GEAppliances . cem , ou _ vrs la gauche . No tirezpas sur la appelez le Service des pieces et accessoires cartouche . Ijn peu d'eau peut GE au 800.626.2002 s't4coulel : GWF Remplissez la cartouche de @ Prix sugg & ' O pour la vente remplacement d'eau du robinet au d _ tail , $ 34.95 USD imm ( 4diatement apr _ s l'installation RESET WATER FILTER HOLD3SECS afin de pem _ ettre tm meillem " dg _ bit Los clients au Canada dewaient consulter du distributem : los pagesjaunes pour commitre la succm _ ale Camco la plus pr _ s . 0 _ Mignez la fleche sur la cart ( roche et le supp ( wt de cartouche . Placez le haut de la nouvelle ca _ ouche a l'intOi _ eur du support . Ne I'enfoncez pas darts le pol te - ( al'tO / l ( he . Totlrnez la cartouche lel / tel / / elK vein la droitej usqu'au point off la cartouche s'arr6te . NE SERREZPAS TROPFORT I , ol _ que _ xmsla murnez , die se l & _ era en positi ( m automatiquement . I , a cartouche tlera appro _ mati _ vment tree 1 / 4 rotation . 49
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Clayetteset bacs . Toutes les caract6ristiques ne sent pas disponibles sur tous les mod6les . Bacs de porte de refrig6rateur et bacs basculants de porte de congelateur . L'ergot Grands bacs L'ergot'aide fi emp _ cher que de petits articles places sur la clayette de la porte se Vous pouvez r _ gler les plus grands bats de renvexsent , cotflent ou glissent . Mettez tm porte de r _ li _ igt ) rateur et les bacs basculants doigt de chaque c6t _ de l'exgot pros de de porte de congt ) latem : l'arri _ re et tidtes bouger la clayette vexs Enlevement : Soulevez l'avant ( lu bac droit l'a \ : mt ou vexs l'arri _ re selon yes besoins . vexs le haut , ptfis soulevez et enlevez . Bac de porte de r6frig6rateur Remise en place ou relocalisation : Engagez l'arri _ ) re du bac dans les soutiens moul _ s de la porte . Ptfis poussez vexs le bas l'avant du bac . I , e bac se fixe en place . Petits bacs Enl _ vement : Soulevez l'avant du bac droit \ ' e _ le haut , puis enlevez . Remise on place : Placez le bac au dessus des Bac basculant de porte SOtltiens I / / otllt ) s re ( ' t ; ingtllaires de la porte . de congfilateur Ptfis thims glisser le bac \ ' e _ s le bas dans les supp ( ) rts p ( ) ur le fixer en place . 5O
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electromenagersge . ca Toutes les caract # risfiques ne sent pas disponibles sur tous les modbles . C / ayettecoulissanteanti - deversement ( h ' ; _ ce a la ( layette gliss ; mte anti - vers le bas . Faites la glisser vers le bas darts d & vl _ ement , _ ms pomvz atteindre des la position d & ir _ e , alignez - la avec les articles plac ( _ s derriere d'autres . Ses bords supports et glissez - la en place . spg _ daux sont conqus pour empOcher tout Prenezsoin depousser / a clayettejusqu'au fond d & w _ ement aux clayettes inf _ Jem'es . pourrefermer / aporte . Appuyez sur le taquet Enl # vement : et tirez la clayette vers Faites glisser la ( layette vel _ ] ' ext & _ ieur I'avant pour I'enlever jusqu'a ce qu'elle atteigne son point d'arr _ t , puis appuyez le taquet vel _ le bas et fidtes glisser la clavette directement vel _ l'extgaJem : Remise en place ou relocalisation : _ Mignez la clayette avec les supports et iidtes glisser en place . L ' ( 4tag _ re peut 6tre repositiolmg _ e lorsque ] a porte est omerte 5 90 ° ou plus . Pour ce ihire , fidtes glisser l ' 6tagi _ re au dela des burgles et inclinez - la Clayette OuickSpace TM Vi ) us pouvez diviser en deux ( ette ( layette DaIIS cel'taillS I / / ( ) ( ] 01es , XOtlS lie po / lvez } ) its et fidre coulisser sa pattie avant sous sa utiliser cette cla } ette darts la position la plus basse . pa * _ ie arribre pour nmger des a * _ icles de haute taiHe sur la clavette du ( lessons . Vous pomez enlex er cette claxette et la rei / lettl'e ell place ou la placer coi / lllle tllle cla } ette coulissante anti - d & el _ ement . Paniers du congelateur Diviseur / Prenezsoin depousserlespanniersjusqu'au Pour enlever , repousser le partier fondpourrefermer / aporte . con _ pl & temelK \ ' eI _ l'arri & re du congg _ lateui : Souleve > lejusqu ' 5 ce que les broches arri _ re soient d _ gag _ es . Soulevez le partier au complet et refirez - le . Vous pouvez utiliser le diviseurpour organiser la disposition de yes paquets d'aliments . Pour les gros paquets , repliez sin _ plemelK le diviseur vei5 le bas . Clayettes de congelateur a retra # par coulissement Pour enlever , fifites glisserjusqu ' 5 la position Prenezsoin de pousser ies ciayettes jusqu'au d'arrOt , Sotllexez l'axant a tl del5 de la fond pour refermer ia porte . position ( l'arr _ t et fifites sortir en glissant . ) Clayettes de congelateur fixes Pourretirer , soulexez la clayette par l'avant sur le c6t _ , gauche I ) uis tirez - la xers l'arli _ i'e . 57
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Autres caract & istiques . Toutes les caract _ ristiques ne sont pas disponibles sur tous les modOles . Panier mobile a breuvage Installation : i , e panier ; ' 1breuvage est con ( u pour contenir fine bouteille de cGtt : . Vous _ Mignez la pattie large des tentes au pouvez le fixer ; ' 1n ' importe quelle clayette sommer du panier aux taquets qui coulissante . se tI'Otl ' _ ent SOilS la clavette . 0 [ _ lfites coulisser ensuite le panier pour le fixer en position . Lesportes du refrigerateur . Portes du refrigerateur I , es portes de votre r _ qi _ ig - t ) ratem " ne sont I , ' impression de rOsistance que vous pas tout ; ' 1flit COlmne celles dont vous ressentez ; ' 1la position d'arr _ t dimimm avez l'habitude . Un syst _ me special lo _ sque des aliments sont ranges darts d'ouvei _ ture / lbrnleture assure que les la porte . portes ferment compl _ tement et hei _ nl _ fiquelnent . i , oisque vous otivi'ez et t _ ' Illlez les portes _ VOtlS i'elilai'qtlei'ez qu'elles sont Illtlnies d'une position d'arr # t Si wins ouvrez la porte au del ; ' l de cette position d'arr # t , elle restera otlverte _ lfin de VOtlSpelilletti'e de ranger et de prendre w ) s aliments plus tacilement . I , o _ que la porte est partiellement ou \ ' erte , elle se temm Lorsque la porte est partiellement a tltOlllatiqtlelllent . ouverte , el / e se ferme automatiquement , Au flel _ de cette position d'arr # t la porte restera ouverte . Alignement des portes Si les portes ne soient pas aligng _ es , , r & , lez _ , la Apr & s avoir tom'n _ la cl _ tree ou deux porte du coini ) artiment rg _ flJgg _ . . i . . ' ateur , fois , omrez et tbm _ ez la porte du compartiment rOfl _ igOrateur et xOrifiez 0 A 1 rode d tree cle a domlle de t / 16 po , l'alignement des portes £ 1la pattie tom'nez . . . . la vis de r & , lag , e _ de la I ) ° rte supt ) rieure . vets la droite pour relever la porte , ou veI _ la gauche pore " l'abaisse _ : ( Une douille de nylon , encastr _ e darts les filets de l'axe , emp & chera cehfi - ci de tourner si l'on ne se sert pas d'une cl _ . ) CI6adouiilede7 / 16po ] Pourenieveriagrille de iabase , ouvrezies portes , enieveziavis dechaqueextremit6 de iagrille , puistirez ] surla grille . 52
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tes tiroirset contenantsa I # gume . elec , re , , e , agersge . ca Toutes les caract & istiques ne sont pas disponibles sur tous les modOles . Contenants a fruits et l # gumes Si une quantit ( _ ( Feau excessive s'accumule dons le tkmd des tiroil _ , essuxez - les . Surterrains modMes , le tiroir inti _ rieur est mtmi d'tm couvercle qui glisse vers ] ' arri & re lorsque ] e tiroir est oux e _ . Ced pennet un plein acc6s au tiroir Ix ) rsque celui - d est telm ( _ , le couvercle glisse vers l'ax ; mt pour retourner _ ' lsa position originale . Contenants avec humidite variable HI _ LO Rg _ glez la commmlde 5 HI pour que le droir R _ glez la commande 5 / . 0 pour abaisser conserve tm degr6 d'humidit6 6lev6 pour ] a ] e deg _ d'humidit _ darts le tiroir pour ] a conservation des fruits , COllSel - va [ ion des leg / lI / / es . Contenant a viande transformable Le contellant _ ? lViallde ti'allSfOF / llable a Sa R . _ glez la temperature _ ' lla position propre arrivOe ( Fair fl'oid pour pem _ ettre freM pour mmener le contenant _ ' June ; _ 1111 CO [ ll ' _ tn [ d ' ; / iI " ell pl'o \ ellallce ( hi temperature nonnale de reti _ igerafion et corn } _ artiment c ( mg _ latem ' , d'anJver l'utiliser comme espace suppl & nenmire atl COlltell ; Hl [ . pore " ] es legumes . Cela coupe l'entrg _ e d'air fi'oid . Vires pouvez choisir tllle tempg _ rature te r # glage de temperature variable contr6le intem _ g _ diaire entre ces deux extr6mes . la circulation ( | ' air en pro \ enance du rg _ gulateur de tempg _ ratm'e . Rg _ glezla temperature a la position froid maximum pour conserver des viandes imiches . Enlevementdes contenants . Toutes les caract & istiques ne sont pas disponibles sur tous les modOles . EnlO . vement des contenants Vous pouvez thcilement enlever les tiroi _ Sila porte vous emp & che d'enlever les en ] es tirant & oit et en les sotlle \ ' nnt atl tiroiis , essayez d'abord d'en ] ever ] es bacs dessus de ] eur position d'arrOt . _ ' 1 } ) ( ) lie . Si ] a porte n'ofli'e pas assez d'espace libre , vous devez fouler le r6tiJg6rateur vel _ l'a _ mltjusqu ' _ ce que ] a poIte s'omre suflisamment pour vous pe * mettre d'enlever les tiroi _ . Padbis , pour fldre soi _ ir le r _ ti _ ig _ ratem , vous devez ] e fi _ ire aller ve _ la gauche ou ve _ ] a droite en le roulant . 53
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Machine a gla ons automatique . II faut pr _ voir entre 12 et 24 heures avant qu'un r _ frig _ rateur nouvellement install _ commence _ produire des glagons . tInterrupteurion Machine glgla _ ons automatique d'alimenta l , amachine 5glaqonsproduim environ Si le bac 5 glooms est pleiI _ jusqu'au niveau 7glaqonspar c ) cle - soietnviron du bras : ' Ogulateu : ; la nmchine 5 glaqons 100 - 130 glao > ns tomes les 24 heure , : - y , c F , s'ar : ' & t de produi : ' e des glaqons . I1 est sehm la temperature du cong ( _ lateur , no : : nal que plusieu : 5 glooms soient coll ( _ s e : ltl'e et : x . la temp & ' amre ambiante , la ti ' & luence d'omerture des portes et d'autres i , o : 5que vous n'utilisez pas souvent de conditions d ' utilisation . glaqons , les vieux glaqons i ) e : ' dent let : : " Voyantt6moinill vert d'alimentation Brasregulateur Si ; ous mettez " , otre rt ) tiJgt ) rateur en t : ' ai _ spa : ' ei _ ce , p : ' elment un gofit marche a \ m _ t que la machine fi glacons ne dOsag : ' Oable , et dinfilment de taille . soit aliment _ e en eau , mettez l'interrupteur NOTE : Donslos maisonsDOlo pressionde l'eau d'alimentation fi la position 0 ( arrOt ) . est plus foible que la normale , vousentendrezla I , o : _ que la conduite d'eau est raccord ( _ e machine _ gia _ onse remettre en marche _ p / us / ours reprisespour fabnquer un iot degia _ ons . au rt ) liJgt ) ratetH ; mettez l'interrupteur d'alimentation fi la position I ( marche ) . i , a machine fi glacons se remplit d'eau lo : squ'elle atteint le point de - 10 ° C ( 15 ° F ) . ll emt pr & ' oir entre 12 et 24 heures avant qu'un rg _ liig _ rateur nouvellement install ( _ commence fi produire des glagons . Retirez I ' # tagbre sup & ieure du Jemz los premie : s lots de glacons afin cong # lateur pour acc # der _ la d ' ( diminer los impuret6s provenant de machflTe _ glacons . Assurez - vous de la conduite d'eau . toujours remplacer I'fitag & e . Vous pouvez utiliser I ' # tagfire pour range _ _ & ssurez - \ ous que rJen ne ggme le mou ; e : ne : lt ( lt : bras rt _ gulateur Tiroir glglace Pour obteuir de la glace , tires le tiroir ; eI _ l'axant . Pour enlever le tiroir , firez - le droit et soulexez - le au del5 de sa position d'arrOt 54
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te distributeurd'eau et de glagons . ( s , rco , aimmodO / es ) elec ome . agersge . ca Pour utiliser le distributeur tumiere du distributour SOlectionnez CUBED ICE _ ( glacons ) , o ' " ' J ' CRUSHEOICE _ ( _ lace concassee ) ou Cette touche allume WATER _ ( eau ) . et & eint la lumiere du distributeur . V0us Appu ) ez doucement le verre c ( mtre le haut du bras de distribution . allumez _ galement la lumi _ re en appu _ ant sur I , a clavette de trop - plein n'est pas mmfie LIGHT le bras de distfib { / ti ( m . d'lm syst _ me d'Ocoulement . Pour rOduire les taches d'eau , _ ) us de \ ez nettoyer Si cette ampoule brfi ] e , r6guli & rement la clayette et sa griile . " a ) us devez la remplacer pay lille ampoule ( | ' all S'i / n'y a pas d'eau distribute / orsque / e illaxil / / tll / / 6 watts , I2V _ rOfngOrateurest bitialement bstallO , il ya pout - Bacdetrop - plein Otrede I'air dans la conduite d'eau . Appuyezsur la GlaCO rapido commando de distribution pendant deux minutes Si _ ) us avez besoin au min / nTumpour expulser fa / Y de la conduite @ de glace nq ) idement , d'eau et remplir le rOservoir d'eau . Afin d _ l / nTber appu } ez sur cette los OventuellesimpuretOsprovenant de la conduite touche pour acc _ l _ rer d'eal4 jetez los six premiers verres d _ au . la production de glace . ATTENTION : No mettez jama / s los do / gts QUICK ICE Cela augmente la ou d'autres objets dans I'ouverture du production de glace d / 2tributeur . pendant les 48 hem'es gorrouillaoodu distributour suivantes ( ) ujusqu ' _ ce que " , _ ms appuyez ; ' l @ _ Appuyez sur la touche notweatl SllF cette touche . dm errouillage ) pendant 3 sec ( mdes OoorAlarm . . . . . . pOl / l " VeITOtlinel " le Pour mettre en marche LOCKCONTROL distfibuteur et Ie @ le signal sonore , appu } ez HOLO3SECS pam _ eau de rg _ gla , o _ e . , Sill " cette touche potll " Pour d & ' err / ) uillel . allumer l'indicateur appuyez sur la touche lumineux . ( > signal et tenez - la enflmc6e DOOR ALARM somme si l'lme des po * tes pendant encore resin ott ' _ lte } ) Ills de 3 secondes . 3 minums . Ia lumibre s ' _ teint et le signal s ( } nol'e s'arr & te qlland " a , us terrnez la porte . Renseignements importants concemant votre distributeur i _ i ; M : & me si vous avez s _ lectionn _ CUBEDICE Y : i _ N'ajoutez pas darts le bac _ ' lglacons des gla ( , ons non filbriqu _ s par votre machine ( glaoms ) , il est possible que de la glace concassg _ e tombe darts votre verre . Cela fi gla _ ons . ] Is _ isquent d ' & tre difliciles _ ' _ concasser ou fi dist _ ibuer . se produit de temps _ ' _ autre lorsque plusiem's glaqons sont acheming _ s vers yi ; ] _ vitez de trop remplir les verres de le broveui : gla < ons et d'utiliser des verres Otroits ou tr & s hauts . I , e conduit peut se bloquer et i ; i ; A : pr _ s distribution de la glace concass6e , le volet pout geler et coincer S'il v a des de l'eau peut s'gmouler du conduit . glaoms qui bloquei _ t le conduit , tilites - les > : Pmtois , Im peu de givre se for / he sur le passer au inoyei _ d'une cuill & re en bois . volet du conduit _ ' _ glace . Ce phgmom _ ne yi : : Ne placez pas de boissons ou d'alin _ ents est nomml et se produit en g _ ng _ ral apr & s darts le bac _ ' _ gla < ons pour los rafl'aichii : des distributions rg _ pg _ t _ es de glace I , es boites , bouteilles et paquets concassg _ e . I , e givre va & ' enmellement alin _ entaires peuvent coincer la nmchine & ' apore _ : _ ' _ gla < ons ou la vis sans fin . yi : , : Min que la glace distribute ne puisse nlanquer le verre , placer le verre _ ' _ proxilnit ( _ inais sans toucher l'ouvei _ ture du distributeur 55
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Le distributeurd'eau et de gla ons . Tiroir a glace Enlevement : Mettez l'interrupteur du distributeur de glace en position 0 ( arr _ t ) . Tirez le firoir droit , puis soulevez - le pour d ( _ passer la position d'arr _ t . Remise en place : Pour remettre le tiroh ; prenez soin d'appuyer fort en place . S'il n'entre pasjusqu'au fired , enlevez - le et filites tourner le mg _ canisme d'un quart de tom : Poussez ; ' 1nouveau le tiroir j usqu'a u fired . Entretienet nettoyagedu r6frig & ateur . Nettoyage de I'exterieur Le bac de trop - plein du distributeur Vous trouverez le Slainlz _ ss Sla , l Magic chez Ace , True Value , Servistm ; HX & J et darts devrait _ tre soigneusement essu ) ( _ . Vous pou \ ' ez _ liminer les d _ i ) 6ts calcaires laiss _ s d'atltres Illagasins c ( ) nntts . V ( ) tlS pot / ; ' ez par les taches d'eau en trempant le bac _ galement le commander en vous adressant ZotTe de ramasse - gouttes darts du vinaigre non dilu _ , i , aissez tremper au Service de pi & ces et accessoires GE par du r @ arfiteu _ j usqu ' _ ' l ce qtte los d _ pgts disparaissent ou t _ l _ phone an num & ' o 1.888.261.3055 . Commandez la pi ( _ ce nmn & ' o _ XIOX15 . soient suflisamment ramollis pour _ tre _ limin _ s par fin < age . N'utilisez pas de tire pore " appareils m _ nage _ s sin " l'acier inoxydable . to bras de distribution . Avant nettoyage , appuyez pendant 3 secondes sin " 1 ; i touche GardezI'exterieur du refrig6rateur propre . LOCKCONTROLN . ettoyez - la au moyen d'une Essuvez - le avec 11nlinge propre l ( _ g0rement solution d'eau et de bicarbonate de soude - hmnect _ de cite pore " appareils environ 15 ml ( tree cuill ( _ re _ ' 1soupe ) de ( _ lectromgmaget _ ou d'tm d ( _ tetgent liquide bicarbonate de sottde par litre ( title pinto ) doux pore " la wlisselle . S _ chez et polissez d'eau . Pdncez bien et essuvez . avec tm linge doux et propre . Les poignees de porte et leur garniture . N'essuyozpas lorbfn ) bratour avocunlingo0 vaissollo Nettovez - les au moron d'un lingo humectO sale ou uneserviettehuml _ le : ils pourraientlalsserun d'e ; m savom _ euse . S _ chez avec un linge ( loux . rdsidu qui pourra endommagerla peinture . N'utihsez / ) asde tampons _ rbcurer , depro & its nettoyants en Vouspouvez nettoyer les panneaux et les poudre , dejavellisants oudepro & its nettoyants poignees de porte en acier inoxydable ( sur contenant unjave / / isant , car cesproduits peuvent certains modules ) avec un nettovant d'acier @ ratigner la peinture et la rendremoins rdsistante . inoxydable vendu sin " le march ( _ , comme le Slab _ l _ , ss57a , 1 , \ l ( ( _ ' i < ' ' _ Nettoyage de I'interieur Pour eviter les mauvaises odeurs , laissez L _ tilisationde solutionsnettoyantesautres tree boite ouverte de bicarbonate de soude quecellesquenousrecommandonsp , lus darts les compartiments r ( affig & atem " particulieremenct ellescontenandt es distillatsdepetrole peut fissurerou et c ( mgg _ lateur . endommagerrinterieur durefrigerateur . Oebranchez le refrigerateur avant de le Evitezdenettoyerlesclayottesonverreencore nettoyer . S'il est trop diflicile de le fifire , froidesclansde / ' eauchaudecaroliosnsquentdese essorez bien votre linge ou votre ( _ ponge casser _ causede / ' ficartexcessidf etempbrature . pour enlever l'exc & s d'eau l ( n _ que vous nettovez a / ItOtlI " des interlllptetllN , des Manipu / ez / esc / ayettesonverreavecprudenceS . i vouscognez / e verretremp # , i / pourrasobriser laI / / pes Otl des COII / IIl } lndes , Udlisez une solution d'eau ti ( _ ( le et de Ne / avezaucunepibcedep / astiquedurbfwbrateur aulave - va / ssollo . bicarbonate de soude - environ 15 ml ( tree cuill & re _ ' 1soupe ) de bicarbonate de soude par litre ( une pinto ) d'eau - afin de nett ( ) ver t ( ) ut en neutralisant los odems . Rincez et 56 essuvez bien .
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electromenagersge . ca Derriere le refrigerateur Prenez un soin particulier lo _ que vous Lorsquevousremettezle rbfngbrateurenp / ace en iepoussant , veiliez _ nepas ie fake roulersur _ loignez le r _ li - ig _ rateur du ram : Tousles le cordond'ahYnentationousur la conduited'eau types de rev _ tements de sol peuvent _ tre endommag _ s , particuli _ rement cetlx qtli de lamachine _ gla _ ons . sont Co / Issines Oil dont la stn _ ilce est gaufl'be . Tirez le r6liig _ ramur en ligne droite et , lorsque vous le remettez en place , pousseMe vers le ram " en ligne droite . I , es d _ placements latcaraux du r _ qi _ ig & ' atem " pourraient endommager le rev _ mment de sol ou le r _ fl _ ig _ ratem - Depart en vacances I , oi'sqtle ' , ' OilS ' , ' OilS _ lbsentez pendant line Si la temp & ' atm'e risque de descendre sous p & iode prolong _ e , \ idez et d _ branchez le le point de cong _ lation , demandez 5 un r _ qiig _ ratem : Nettovez l'intg _ ieur avec tree rg _ parateur de vidanger la conduite d'eau solution d'eau et de bicarbonate de soude , afin d ' & iter les dg _ gfits sg _ ieux causg _ s par les inondations . 5 raison 15 ml ( d'une cuill _ re 5 soul ) e ) de bicarbonam par litre ( l pinte ) d'eau . I _ fissez les portes ouvertes . Mettez l'interrepteur d'alimentation de la machine 5 glaoms 5 la position 0 ( arr _ t ) et femmz l'alimentation d'ea u a u r _ qiig _ ratem : Demenagement ] mmobilisez tous les ( _ l _ ments amovibles , Assurez - vouqsuele rbfrigbrateudremeuredebout tels que les clayettes et les bacs , 5 l'aide de pendanst ondbmbnagement ruban gomm _ pore " & iter de les endoi / / iilager Si vous utilisez tm charfiot pore " d _ m _ nager le r6flig _ ratem ; ne laissez jamais le de \ m _ t ou le derfibre du r & fllgOratem " reposer contre le charfiot . Cela pomTait endommager le r _ flig _ ratem : Ne transportez le r & fligg _ ratem " que par les cgt & s . 57
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Remplacementdes ampoules . Lorsque vous r @ lez les commandes sur OFF ( Arr # t ) , I'alimentation _ lectrique de I'ampoule n'est pas couple . Compartiment refrigerateur - - lampe superieure D _ branchez le r _ fl { g _ rateu _ : Apr _ s avoir remplac _ l'ampoule par une ampoule d'appareil _ lectro - I , es ampoules se trouvent en haut du 0 mg _ nager de re & me puissance ou de compartiment , _ ' ll'intg _ fiem " du pare - ts puissance infcariem'e , remettez le pare - lmni & re . Sin " certains mod & les , w _ us . . . . . . . . . . 0 O lumi _ re et les vis ( sur certains devez enlever tree vis qui se trouve fi modules ) . Pour remettre le pare - l'a \ m _ t de l'Ocran . lumiOre , assm'ez - vous que les taquets Pore " enlever le pare - lumi & re , appuyez qui se trouvent _ ' l l'arri _ re du pare - @ lumi & re aillent dans les trous qui se sin " les taquets se trou \ m _ t sur les c6t _ s trot / \ ' ent _ ' ll'ari _ ere Oil ] ) oitier . du pare - lumi _ re et enlevez en taisant glisser ve _ l'awmt . O Rebranchez le rg _ frig _ ratem : Compartiment refrigerateur - - lampe inferieure Cette iumibre se trouve au dessus du tiroir O Apr { es avoir remplac _ l'ampoule par d'en haut . tree ampoule d'appareil ( _ lectro - m _ nager de m _ me puissance ou D _ branchez le r _ fl _ g _ ratem : de puissance infbrieure , remettez Enlexez le bouton de r ( _ glaoe du firoir _ ' l le pare - lumi _ re et le bouton . viande transfimnable en le drant droit . O Rebranchez le rg _ fl'ig _ rateur . 0 Soulexez le pare - lmniOre et enlexez - le en tirant . Compartiment congMateur Remplacez l'ampoule par une D _ branchez le r _ fl _ g & ' atem : O ampoule d'appareil ( _ lectro - mgmager Enlevez la clayette qui se trouvejuste au de m _ me puissance ou de puissance dessus du parequmi _ re ( vous pouvez inliarieure , puis remontez le pare - enlever cette clayette plus fi _ cilement lmni _ re . Pour remonter le pare - apr & s l'avoir vidg _ e ) . Sin " certains lmni _ re , assurez - vous que les taquets mod & les , wins devez enlever tree vis du haut soient solidement fixes en qui se trouve en haut du pare - lumi & re . place . Remettez la vis ( sin " cermins modules ) . O Pore " enlever le pare - ltmfi _ re , appuyez sin " les c6t _ s et enlevez en soulevant . Remontez la clavette et rebranchez O le rg _ frig _ rateur . ' Distributeur 0 D _ branchez le rg _ fl _ Jg _ ratem : O Remplacez l'ampoule par tree ampoule de m _ me taille et de re & me puissance . 0 i , ' ampoule se trouve sin " le distributeur sous le panneau de rg _ glage . O Rebranchez le rg _ frig _ ratem ' . Enlevez l'ampoule en la fidsant tourner darts le sens oppos ( _ _ ' _ cehfi des aiguilles d ' tlne II / ontI'e . 58
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Ensemblesde moulureset de panneaux decoratifs . Pour les modOles . CustomStyle % Veuillez / ire toutes les directives attentivement Avantde commencer Certains modules sont munis de garnitures qui vous permettent de monter des panneaux de porte . Vous pouvez commander des panneaux de d # coration pr # - d # coup # s des couleurs suivantes : noir , blanc , bisque ou acier inoxydable au service de Pi _ ces et accessoires 1.888.261.3055o , u vous pouvez ajouter des panneaux de bois qui vont avec votre cuisine . Panneaux de moins de 6 mm ( 1 / 4 po ) d _ paisseur I , ox _ que vous installez des panneaux de bois avant moins de 6 nnn ( l / 4 po ) d'g _ paisseur , vous aurez besoin d'un panneau de remplissage entre la porte et le panneau de bois , tel que du carton de 3 mm ( 1 / 8 po ) . Si vous installez 1lI1 panneau dg _ coratif pr & coup _ , tm panneau de remplissage prca - coup ( _ est fourni darts l'ensemble . I , ' _ paisseur totale du panneau d _ coratif ou de bois avec le panneau de remplissage dolt & tie de 6111111 ( l / 4 po ) . Lespanneauxqui ontplusde 6 mm ( 1 / 4po ) 6 mm ( 1 / 4po ) max Panneau de 19mm ( 3 / 4 po ) ou sureleve Vous pouvez utiliser t111panneau surgde \ ' ( _ \ ' iss _ ou coll ( _ sur t111panneau de base de ( ; 111111 ( l / 4 po ) d'g _ paissem ; ou tm panneau fl'ais ( _ de 19 111111 ( 3 / 4 po ) . I , a pattie surgdevg _ e du panneau dolt _ tre tid ) riqug _ e de til < on _ ' 1ofli ' ir 1111dg _ gagement pour les doigts d'au moins 5,1 cm ( 2 po ) ( 111 cgtc : de la poigng _ e . i , es panneaux qui ont plus de 6111111 ( 1 / 4 po ) d'g _ paissetu ; jusqu'fi 19 mm ( 3 / 4 po ) , ng _ cessitent que le panneau extbrieur de i ) ( _ rim & tre de 8 111111 ( 5 / 16 po ) ne spit pas plus ( _ pais que 6 111111 ( ] / 4 po ) . Limites de poids pour los panneaux personnalisOs : R # frig & ateur : 38 fivres ( 17kg ) max . Cong # lateur : 28fivres ( 13kg ) max . Lespanneauxquiont plusde6 mm ( 1 / 4po } d ' @ aisseur Panneaudebasede 6 mm ( 1 / 4po ) 5,1cm ( 2po ) du I I II I I XX % " & _ 6mm ( 1 / 4po ) max cOtedelap ° io " eelllll ] _ _ _ " 4 C 19 mm ( 3 / 4po ) 59
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Ensemblesde moulureset de panneaux decoratifs . Dimensions pour les panneaux de bois sur mesure Panneaudu Panneauxdu Panneaudu congelateursans congelateuravec compartiment distributeur distributeur refrigerateur 3 mm 3ram 3mm ( 1 / 8po ) " - _ 1 I * - D6coupez D6coupez , , _ , _ , - * I . - ( 1 / 8po ) D @ oupez . - % . ; _ - ( 1 / 8 po ) " , 1 _ , , i , i ' 1 ' ' i ' i ' . . . . 8mm I , . _ _ _ { ( 5 / 16po } 1 8 mm _ 8 ; ; ; ! po , ( 5 / 16po } . r . . l . 145,4cm 1 ( 17 _ po ) 170,9cm 170,9cm ( 67 % 2po ) ( 67 % 2po ) i EVANT DEVANT DEVANT * - - 36,8cm 49,5cm - 36,8cm ( 14 % 2po ) ( 191 % p2o } { 141 % p2o ) 85,4cm ( 33 % po ) , ! I , es parties sup _ rieures des panneaux doixent 6tre dt : coupt : es darts les panneaux . CO
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