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GEAppliances Safety h _ formation . . . . . . . . . . . . Operating Instructions 7 7 _ i4A CD2050 Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Control Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 I . oading and U sing the Washer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 , 8 Washer Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Troubleshootil _ g Tips . . . . . . 9 - 12 Customer Service Product Registration . . . . . 2 , 13 , 14 Se , s'ice Telephone Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . 2 , Back Cover Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 www . geappliances . com 175BI807P323 49 - 90058 7 - 00 JR
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A ServicePartnership . # . 0 IMPORTANT ! Fill out the Consumer Product Registration Card . Two easy ways to register your appliance ! • Through the internet at _ wv . geappliances . com • Complete and mail the enclosed Product Registration Card YOURRECORDS Write the model and serial numbershere : . 0 # You ( an find dram in d _ e upper right ( orner on d _ e ba ( k of your washer . q READTHISMANUAL Inside you _ dll find many helpfid hints on how to use and maintain your washer properly . . ] ust a little preventive care on your part can save you a great deal of time and money over the lifieof your washer . IFYOUNEEDSERVICE You'll lind many answers to common problems in the Before YouCallForService section . If you review our chart of Troubleshooting 77psfirst , y { ) u may not need to call tot service at all . m If you do need service , you can relax knowing help is only a phone call away . A list of toll - fiee customer service numbers is included in the back section . OR - - - Visit { ) ur Website at www . oeappliances . com 2
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iMPORTANTSAFETYiNFORMATiON . READALLiNSTRUCtiONSBEFOREUSING . A WARNING ! Foryoursa , e , thein ormationinthismanualmustbe ollowedtominimizetherisko . ire or explosion , electric shock , or to prevent property damage , personal injury , or loss of life . WATERHEATESRAFETY Under certain conditionshydrogengas mayhe produced in a water heater that has not beenused for two weeks or more . Hydrogengas can beexplosive underthese circumstances . If the hot water has not been used for two weeks or more , prevent tile possibility of damage or inju U by mining on all hot _ lter fimcets and allowing them to mn for several minutes . Do this before using any elecuical appliance which is com _ ected to the hot water system . This simple procedure will allow any buih - up hydrogen _ as to escape . Since the gas is flammable , do not smoke or use an open flame or appliance during this process . PROPEIRNSTALLATION Thiswashermust be properly installedand locatedin accordance with the InstallationInstructions before it is used . ff you didnot receive an InstallationInstructionssheet , visit our Websiteat . " wvvw . geappliances . cem . m Install or store where iI will not be exposed to m Properly _ ound washer to ( oniorm _ x4thall temperatures below freezing or exposed to the wealher . governing codes and oMinan ( es . Folk ) w details in Installation Instructions . m Remove tile colored protective fihn flom II _ e conIl'ol panel . YOURLAUNDRAYREA • Keep the area underneath and arot ] nd yotn • ( lose supec _ dsion is necessmy if this appliance is used appliances free of combustible materials such as by or near dlikhen . Do not allow chiMren to play on , lint , paper , rags , chemicals , etc . with , or inside this or any other applian ( e . WHENUSINGTHEWASHER • Never reach into washer while it is moving . W _ fit • Tile laund U process can reduce the flame retardancy until tile machine has completely stopped before oftabfics . To avoid such a resuh , careflflly fi ) llow tile opening the lid . garment manufacturer's wash and care insuuctions . • Do not mix chlorine bleach xfith ammonia or acids Use this • To minimize tile p _ ) ssibility of elecuic shock , unplug such as vinegar and / or rest remover . Mixing this appliance fiom the power supply or disconnect appliance different dlemicals _ an produ _ e a toxk gas whkh the washer at the househoM distribution panel by only for its may ( ause death . rem _ Mng the fi _ se or swiuhing off the circuit breaker intended beiore attempting any maintenance or cleaning . purpose as • Do not wash or dU articles that have been cleaned in , NOTEP " ressing PAUSEor STOP / CANCEdLoes NOT described in washed in , soaked in , or spotted with combustible or disconnect the appliance tiOlIl tile p { ) wer supply . this Owner's explosive substances ( such as wax , oil , paint , gasoline , Manual . degleasers , dr ) _ cleaning solvents , kerosene , etc . ) which • Never attempt to operate this appliance if it is damaged , may ignite or explode . Do not add these substances to malfim ( tioning , partially , disassembled , or has missing the wash water . Do not use or place these substances or broken parts , including a damaged ( ord or plug . around your _ lslle _ " Or dryer during operation . WHENNOTINUSE • WllI'n offwater fimcets to relieve pressure on hoses • Do not attempt to repair or replace any pmt of this and xvdvesand to minimize lealctge ifa break or appliance unless spedfically recommended in this rapture shouM occur . ( heck the contrition of the ( ) x _ ller's Manual , or in published user - repair instructions that you understand and have the skills fill hoses ; they mW need replacement after 5 yems . to C : 41 " TI o1 ] t . • Before discarding a washer , or removing it fiom set _ k e , remove the washer lid to prevent dlikhen • Do not tamper _ dth conuols . fl'om hi ( ring inside . READANDFOLLOWTHISSAFETYINFORMATIOCNAREFULLY . SAVETHESEINSTRUCtiONS 3
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About the controlpanel Your new washer otters the convenience of starting your wash loads by simply choosing a CLOTHESCARESELECTION . Then all you have to do is press START Quick Start Guide CLOTHES CARE SELECTION ° Closelid • Select wash cycle , Addclothes ° PushSTART • Checkload sizesetting • Add detergent • Add diluted fabric softener Model WNCD2050 S CLOTHESCARESELECTION AUTOMATICSETTINGS LOAD SIZE I WHITE START _ PAUSE " J CSATNOCEPL 1 COLORS ONLY 4
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About the controlsettings . It CLOTHESCARESELECTION Forheavilyto lightlysoiledcottonsh , ouseholdlinens , workandplayclothes . Forheavilyto lightlysoiledcottonsh , ouseholdlinens , workandplayclothes . Fornon - colorfasctottonsandblendsa , nditemsthatarelabeledcoldwashbythefabricmanufacturer . Forknits , wrinkle - freeandpermanenptressitems . Forlingerieanditemslabeleddelicatewithlightsoils . Providesperiodsof agitationandsoakduring washandrinse . Spinanddrainanycycleat anytime . El LOAD SIZE A LOADSIZEsetting is auu ) mafically set when tile CLOTHESCARESELECTIONicshosen . Tile LOADSIZE setting can be changed by pressing tile pad for the size you want . I , oosely load clothes no higher than tile top row of holes in the washer rob . The water level should just cover tile clothes . le START / PAUSE Press STARTu ) begin the Q _ ( le . Pressing STARTagainor raising the lid _ dll PAUSEtheQ _ ( le . START ® • Press twice to select the last cycle used and start the washer . • If the washer is running , press once to interrupt tile cycle ; press again to continue the cycle . STOP CANCEL STOP / dCANCEL This pad shoul notbe used to interrupt or pause a ( y ( le . Pressing this pad will ( an ( el tile ( tnren [ settings and the settings will be lost . Estimated Time Remaining • Displays tile approximate time remaining until tile end of the ( y ( le . • If tile estimated time remaining is more than 60 minutes , " 1H " will flash in the display , folh ) wed by the additional remaining minutes . When the time remaining is less than 60 minutes , the timer xdll ( ount down . • Cycle time is aftected by how long it takes tile washer to fill . This depends on the water pressure in your home . The " smart " timer " learns " the amount of time it takes to fill your washer and adjusts the total time a ( ( ordingly .
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About washer features . Liquid Bleach Dispenser Tile dispenser dilutes liquid chlorine bleach befi ne it reaches into your w : tsll load . [ _ ] Check clothing cme labels fin special instructions . [ _ Measure liquid bleach cmefiflly , fi ) lloxdng instructions on the bottle . • Neverpourundilutedliquidchlorinbeleachdirectlyontoclothesor into the washbasket . • Donot pourpowderedbleachintobleachdispense _ [ ' j ] Before starting the washer , pour measured amount ofblea ( h direcdy into bleach dispenser . Avoid splashing or over4illing dispenser . Ifyou prefer to use pox _ < lered bleach , add it into the wash basket with your detergent . • Donot mixchlorinebleach withammoniaor acidssuchas vinegarand / or rustremove _ MMng can producea toxicgas whichmaycausedeath . The Agitator Cap or Fabric Softener Dispenser The agitator cap fits into the top of the [ ' j ] Add water to dispenser until it reaches agitator . Ifit ac ( identally ( omes oil simply _ the maximum fill line . put it back on . The fabric so # ener dispenser mm ) matically releases liquid fabri ( softener at the proper time during the o _ ( le . Do notstop the washer duringthe firstspin . This will causethe dispenserto emptytoo soon . Touse , follow thesesteps : Do not pour anything into flTeagitator if the agitator cap or dispenseris removed . F _ Make sure dispenser is se ( urelv aua ( hed to agitator . • [ ' _ - ] U se only liquid fabric softener . Pour into dispenser , using _ unount recommended on package . Never pour fabric softener directly on clothes . It maystain them . Cleaning the Fabric Softener Dispenser [ _ ] Rem _ ) ve the ( fispenser flom the top of the agitator . [ _ Separate the ( fispenser ( up flom tile ( over 1 ) ygrasping the top and pushing down on the inside of the ( up with your fingers . Dispenser ( up _ dll pop fiee fiom the cover . [ _ ] To ( lean the dispenser , soak both the dispenser ( up and the dispenser ( over in the follo _ 4ng solution : • 1USgallon ( 3.8liters ) warmwater • 1 / 4cup ( 60mi ) heavydutyiiquid detergent • I cup ( 240mi ) h / each Separate for cleaning . [ _ ] lf necessatT , h ) osen build - up with a ( lean , soft cloth ; diet soaking . Do not use a still brush ; you may roughen the surIhce ofthe dispenser . [ ] Rinse and reassemble dispenser , Place dispenser back on the agitator ,
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Loadingand usingthe washer . Always follow fabric manufacturer's care label when laundering . SortingWashLoads Sort by color ( whites , lights , colors ) , soil level , fitbfic type ( sturdy cottons , easT t ; ue , delicams ) , and whether the f : , tbtic pro ( h _ ces lint ( ter U cloth , chenille ) , or collects lint ( velveteen , corduroy ) . ProperUseof Detergent Using too little or too mu ( h detergent isa ( ommon You € an use less detergent if you have soft water , cause of lmmd U problems . a smaller load , or a lightly soiled load , Loadingthe Washer • Do not wrap long items like sheets or pants I , oad dry items loosely , no higher than the top around the agitator row of holes in the washer basket . When loading wet items make sure you set the load / water level • Do not wash fabrics containing flammable high enough to allow the items to move fleely . materials ( waxes , cleaning fluids , etc . ) . Water level should just covet the clothes . To add items atter washer has started , lift the lid and • Agitation will not start with the lid up . submerge additional items next to the agitator . 7
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Loadingand usingthe washer . Always follow fabric manufacturer's care label when laundering . Careand Cleaningof the Washer MovingandStorage : Ask the service technician to WashBasket : I , eave tile lid open after washing to allow moisture to evapora / e . If you want to clean tile rem _ ) ve water fiom drain pump and hoses . Do not basket use a clean soil cloth dampened xdth liquid store the washer where it will be exposed to theer weather . In tile UnitedStatescall the GE Answ demrgent , then rinse . ( Do not use hmsh or griuy Center _ 800.626.2000 ior infi ) rmation on h { _ wu _ cleaners . ) keep tile tub stafiOlmtT when moving tile washer . FillHoses : Hoses connecting washer to faucet sllould In Canada x _ aiteto Manager , ( onsumer Relations , be repla ( ed eyeD : 5 years . Camco Inc . , 1 Facto U Lane , Suite 310 , Moncton , N . B . E1C 9M3 . LintFilter : The lint fiher is lo ( ated under tile agitator . It is self - ( leaning and requires no maintenan ( e . LongVacationsB : e sure water supply is shut off at fau ( ets . Dr _ fin all water fiom hoses if weather _ ill Exterior : Immediately xdpe offany spills . Wipe xdth be below fieezing . damp cloth . T U not to hit surface xdth sharp objects . FabricCareLabels Below are iabri ( ( are label " symbols " that afle ( t tile ( lothing you _ ill be laundering . WASH LABELS wash _ cycle Normal p . . . . . . . . . . . t Press / Gentie ' _ / Do notwash Do not wring wrinkle resistant delicate Hand wash Water • • • • • • temperature , o _ w . . . . . Co , d / coo , ( 50 ' C / 120 ' F ) ( 40 ' C / 105 _ F ) ( 30 C / 85 " F ) DRY LABELS rt v _ r . Do , , od , _ Dry Normal Pernlanent Press / Gentle / Do not tumble dry ( used with wrhlkJe resistant delicate do not wash ) & ® ® • setting High Mediunl Low No heat / air instructions Line dry / Drip dry Dry flat In the shade hang to dry BLEACHLABELS symbols An _ b _ eaohOn . l . y . . . . h . br , _ eh _ eachDonoht , ea _ h ( when needed ) ( when needed )
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Before you 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 . ! PossibleCauses What ToDo Clothes too wet Incorrect spin speed • Make sure tile spin Q ; cle selected matches tile load you selected are washing . Some fabri ( s _ dll feel wetter when rinsed x _ hthcold water . Colored spots Incorrect use of fabric • Check t : abric s ( ) tiener packatge tot insmwtions and fi ) lh ) w softener tfirecfions tot using dispenser . • Preueat stain and rewash . Dye transfer • Sort whites or lightly colored items fiom dmk colors . Grayedoryellowed Not enough detergent • Use more detergent ( espedally with lmger loads ) clothes Be sure to ti _ lh _ wdetergent manuLtcturer's directions . Hard water • Use a W ; ttel " conditioner like Calgon brand or install a wa / el sot [ enel . Water is not hot enough • Make sure water heater is delivering water at 120 ° F . - 140 ° F . ( 48 ° ( . - 60 ° ( ' , ) . Washer is overloaded • Select load size m match clothes load . Detergent is not • Add detergent as wash basket fills xdth water befi ) re dissolving you load clothes . Dye transfer • Sort clothes by color . Iffitbric label stales wash separately , unstable dyes mW be intricated . lint orresidue ou Clothes are air or line dried • If you do not ( hy y _ _ n " clothes with a clothes d _ yer , y , _ u clothes clothes may retain more lint . Incorrect sorting • Separate lint producers tiom lint collectors . Washing too long • X , \ _ tshsmall loads tot a shorter time than lmger loads . Detergent not dissolving • Add detergent as wash basket fills with water , betore you load clothes . • T U a liquid detergent . Use _ Val'lllel " vcatel " telnpelalure . Overloading • Load clothes no higher than the top row of holes in the w : tsher tub . • Make vne load size selected matches clothes load size . Incorrect use of fabric softener • Check t : abfic sotiener packatge tot instnwtions and tolh _ w tfirecfions tot using dispenser . Pilling Result of normal wear on • While this is not caused by the washer , you can slow the poly - cotton blends and pilling pro ( ess by washing garments inside out . fuzzy fabrics
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Before you call forservice . . . Troubleshooting - tips ; : : : : Possible Causes What To Do Snags , holes , team , rips Pins , snaps , hooks , sharp • Fasten snaps , hooks , 1 ) uttons , and zippers . or excessive wear buttons , belt buckles , • Remove loose items like pins , objects in pockets zippers , and sharp objects and sharp butt ( ms . left in pockets ° Turn knits ( which snag easily ) inside out . Undiluted chlorine bleach • Check bleach pacl _ tge iusu _ twlious tDr proper amount . • Never add undiluted bleach to wash or allow clothes to come in tout : tot xdth undiluted bleach . Chemicals like hair bleach • Rinse items that ma _ have chemicals on them beti _ re or dye , permanent wave wztshing . solution Wrinkling Improper sorting ° Avoid mixing heaxy items ( like work clothes ) with light items ( like blouses ) . • TIT a titbric s ( ) fleUel ' . Overloading or " I , oad y { ) ur washer so clothes have enough room incorrect water level to m _ ve fieely . Incorrect wash and • Maid1 Cycle selection t _ the type ofiitbric you me dry cycles wztshing ( espedally ti ) r easy cme loads ) . Repeated washing in • X , \ _ tsh in w ; u'm or cold w ; tter . water that is too hot ! i : Iii ! ii i PossiCblaeuses WhTato = o Washerpauses in cycle The DELICATEScyclewas chosen • This is normal . The DELICATES ( T ( le has a short soak period . Washer WOn'toperate Washer is unplugged ° Make sure cord is plugged securely into a working outlet . Water supplyis turned off • Turu both hot and cold faucets fiflly on . Controls are not set properly ° Che ( : k controls . isopen • ( loslei , , Circuit breaker / fuse is ° Check house circuit breakers / fi _ ses . Replace fi _ ses or tripped / blown reset breaker . Washer should have separate outlet . Electronics need to be reset ° Unplug washer , wait 2 minutes , plug back in , p , esSsTART STARTwas not pressed ° Press START Extremelylowwater pressure • Press STARTagain . 70
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i PossibleCauses WhatToDo Toomany suds Type of detergent • Switrh to a lower sndsing detergent brand and fi ) llow insm _ cfions on package . Verysofl water • TIT less detergent . Too much detergent • Measnre y _ mr delergent rarefiflly . Use less soap if you have soft water , a smaller load , or a lighdy soiled load . Waterleaks Fill hoses or drain hose is • Make sure hose connections are fight at tinwels improperly connected and at xv _ Mler . • Make sure end of & ain hose is properly connected to w : Mler and correctly inserted in and se ( ured to & ain titdli U . Household drain may • Check household phnnbing . You mW need to call a be clogged plumber . Constant water pressure • Tighten hoses at the timrets and turn the water offafier to the fill hoses at the each use . water source • Check condition of the fill hoses ; they m W need replacement al ] er 5 yems . Using too much detergent • Use less detergent . Use less soap if you hm - e soti water , a in washer smaller load , or a lightly soiled load . Watertemperature Control is not set properly • Check water temperature conuol and at ! just . is incorrect Water supply is turned off • Turn both hot and rold t _ turets hilly on and make sure or improperly connected hoses me ronnecled to rorrerl t : aucets . Water valve screens are • Turn off the water source anti remove the water connection stopped up hoses tiom the upper bark of the washer . Use a brash or toothpick to clean the screens in the machine . Reconnect the hoses anti tllrn the water back on . House water heater is • Make sure house w : tier beater is delivering w _ tter not set properly at 120 ° F . - 140 ° F . ( 48 ° C . - 60 ° C . ) . Water pumped out Lid lifted or cycle was put in • Reset cy { le . beforecycleis pause for over 24 hours complete Waterwon'tdrain Drain hose is ldnked or • Straighten & ain hose and make sure washer is not sitting improperly connected on it . • Top of drain outlet should be less than 8 ti ( 2.5 m ) ab ( ) ve floor . Water spraying during Washer in spin cycle " Spray rinse during a spin / _ : cle is normal . spincycle 11
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Before you call forservice . . . Troubleshooting - tips PossibleCauses WhatToDo Washerdidnotfill to Extremely low war er pressure • Pressthe STARTbuuonagain . chosenlevel Inlet hoses are kinked " Straighten hoses . Water valve screens are • Turn offthe water source and renlove the water connection stopped up hoses from the upper back ot the washer . Use a brush or toothpick to ( : lean the screens in the machine . Reconnect the hoses and mrn the water back on . " 3 ( " Waterfills and drains Drain stand pipe is too low Drain stand pipe must be above , ) . at thesametime PossibleCauses WhatToDo Washer is noisy Washer is uneven " To level the fi'ont of the washer , a _ ! just the flont leveling legs by rotating the individual leg in tile proper direction fi ) r up or down . To level back of washer , lift back of machine 4 " ( l I cm ) and sel down . Washer load is " l'ress PAUSEIo stop / lie washer , open / he lid and unbalanced redisuibu / e / lie h ) ad evenly . Close tlle lid and press START . Shipping rod is still assembled " To remove shipping rod from washer , pull yellow tag mad in unit a / lathed rod flom / lie bol / Olll righ / hand side of washer . Washer is sitting too close " Pull washer aw : ty fiom / lie wall ; abou / 4 " ( 11 ( m ) to wall ( causes knocking is needed . during cycle ) Possible Causes What ToDo Labels on the exterior Occasionally the adhesive " Use a hair ( hTer set at the lowest heat setting , ( wfirectingill of the washer will not used on the labels does the _ firat the label ti ) r a short amount of time . This peel off cleanly not release cleanly release the adhesive easily , ' _ 4thout damaging the surlilce ofthe washer . 12
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Consumer Product Ownership Registration [ ) ear Customer : Thank you ff ) r purchasing our product and thank you fi ) r placing your c ( mfidence in us . We are proud to have you as a customer ! Follow these three steps to protect your new appliance investment : Complete and mail Read your Owner's Afier mailing Ihe your Consumer regislralion below , Manual carelully . Product Ownership store Ihis document It will help you Registration today . in a saR ' place . 11 operme yOHFnew Have Ihe pea ( _ c ( d " comaJns inlbnnalion appliance properly . mind ol knowing we you will need should ( all coniacI } ( ) U ill tilt you l'e ( ] uire set - , - ice . unlikely excnl of a Our service number is salely modification . 800 GE ( ARES ( 800 - 432 - 2737 ) . Model Number Serial Number I I , I Important : If you did not get a registration card with your product , detach and return the form below to ensure that your product is registered , or register online at www . geappliances . com . . _ ( ; txt herr Consumer Product Ownership Registration Model Number Serial Number I , , , , , , , , , , , I I , , , , , , Mr . Ms . Mrs . Miss Firsl I ] Last ] Name I I I I I I I I I Nam ( I I I I I I I I I I I I SIF _ t 1 I Addr ( ss I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Apl . # [ , I I I I I , [ e - maiA _ ddress Zi ) I ) _ IIC Placed _ um , _ , FII , II , , Iq , Nlonlh Year ( ) ccasionall } , we ma ) allow s ( lec / ed companies / o send you inli ) rmation . Cl - let k htrt if _ ( ) u d ( ) nol want this inii ) rmali ( ) n . 6E Appliances Getleral Electric Compan V Louisville , Kentuckv www ge _ pp ] iat _ ce $ com 14
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GEWasherWarranty WNCD2050 All warranty service provided by our Factory Service Centers or an authorized Customer Care ® technician . For service , in tile United States , call 1 - 800 - GE - CARES . In Canada , call 1 - 800 - 361 - 3400 . We Will Replace : OneYear Anypart of the washer wlli ( h t _ fils due to a detect in materials or worknlanship . I ) ming tiffs Fromthe date of the full one - year warranty , we will also provide , free of charge , all labor and m - home servl ( e to repla ( e originalpurchase tim detective part . • Service trips to your home or business to teach you how • Replacement of fuses or resetting of circuit breakers . to use the product . • Damage to product caused by accident , fire , floods or acts of God . • Improper installation . • Failure of the product if it is abused , misused , or used • Incidental or consequential damage caused by possible for other than the intended purpose . defects with this appliance . Thiswarrantyis extendedto theonginapl urchasearndanysucceedinogwnerforproductspurchasedforusewithintheUSA . InAlaska , the warrantyexcludesthecostofshippingorservicecallsto yourhomeorbusiness . Somestatesdonotallowtheexclusionorh _ nitatioonf incidentaol rconsequentiadlamagesT . hiswarrantygivesyouspecificlegalnghts , andyou mayalsohaveotherrightswhichvaryfromstateto state . Toknowwhatyourlegalnghtsare , consultyourlocalorstateconsumearffairsofficeor yourstate _ AttorneyGeneral . WarrantoGr : eneraEl lectricCompanyL . ouisvilleK , Y40225 • Service trips to your home or business to teach you how • Replacement of fuses or resetting of circuit breakers . to use the product . • Failure of the product if it is misused , or used for • Improper installation . other than the intended purpose . If you have an installation problem , contact your • Damage to product caused by accident , fire , floods or acts of God . dealer or installer . You are responsible for providing adequate electrical , exhausting and other connecting facilities . WARRANTOR IS NOT RESI ONSIBLE FOR CONSEQU ENTIAL DAMA ( , ES . _ an anto _ . ( AM ( _ O IN ( _ . 15
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Service TelephoneNumbers . GEAnswer Center _ / ntheU . S . 8 : 00 - 626 - 2000 Tile GE Answer Center _ " is open 24 hours a day , 7 days a week . In Canada , contact : Manager , Consumer Relations , Camco Inc . , 1 Factox T I , ane , Suite 310 , Moncton , N . B . , E1 ( 9M3 . OR Visit our Website at vvvvvv . geappliances . com In - HomeRepairService / ntheU . S . 8 : 00 - 432 - 2737 Expert ( ; E repair se _ , i ( e is only a phone ( all away . In Canada , ( all 1 - 800 - 361 - 3400 . SpecialNeedsServiceIntheU . S8 . : 00 - 626 - 2000 ( ; E offers , tiee of charge , a brochure to assist in planning a barrier - fiee kitchen tin persons with limited mobility . In the U . S . , call 800 - TDD - GEAC ( 800 - 833 - 4322 ) . In Canada , contact : Manager , ( onsumer Relations , ( mnco Inc . , 1 Fa ( to _ y I , ane , Suite 310 , Moncton , N . B . , E1C9M3 . ServiceContracts / ntheU . $ . 8 : 00 - 626 - 2224 ] urchase a ( , E ser _ a ( e ( onUact while your warranty Is still m effect and you ll re ( ewe a substantial dis ( ount , GE ( onsumer Ser _ 4 ( e xdll still be there after your warranty expires , In Canada , _ all 1 - 800 - 461 - 3636 . PartsandAccessories / ntheU . $ . 8 : 00 - 626 - 2002 Individuals qualified to secvice their ox _ llappliances can have p _ uts or accessories sent directly to thdr homes ( VISA , Master ( md and Discover cmds are accepted ) . Instructionscontainedinthismanualcoverprocedurestobeperformedby anyuser . Otherservicing generallyshouldbe referredtoqualifiedservicepersonnel . Cautionmustbe exercised , since improperservicingmaycauseunsafeoperation . In Canada , call 1 - 800 - 361 - 3400 . ServiceSatisfaction Ifyou are not satisfied xdth tile service you receive flom GE : First , contact tile people who secviced your appliance . Next , if you are still not pleased , in theU . S . , x _ ite all tile details - inclucfing your phone number - to : Manager , Customer Relations , GE Appliances , Applian _ e Park , I , ouisville , KY 40225 ; or , in Canada , to Director , Consumer Relations , Camco Inc . , 1Facto U I _ ane , Suite 310 , Moncton , N . B . , El ( 9M3 . ] _ Printed in Louisville , KY
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