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Side by SiGde Refrigerator uide _ _ _ ; , . IIEN N - AIR Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Sa [ ety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Installation Instructions . . . . . . . . . . 3 Features at a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Temperature Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Interior Designs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 - 11 Ice Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Ice and Water Service . . . . . . . . . . 13 - 14 Water Filter Information . . . . . . . 14 - 16 Refrigerator Cleaning Chart . . . . . . . 17 Storage and Maintenance . . . . . . . . 18 Food Storage 7 _ ps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Food Storage Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Be [ ore You Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2I Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 4 _ 4k 0 0 0 0 4 _ 0 _ 0 4 _ 0 0 0 • 4s • • m . • • . _ , _ , . * _ • • . • • • _ i . _ . MCSp / n61004965 FormNO , B / 11 / 00 PartNo , 111072 - 1
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[ Introduction _ 0 , _ . 0 , 00000000 _ 0t000000 _ 00 _ 00 _ 0 _ 00000 _ 0 _ 00000 Congratulations on the pur - Please keep your sales slip or cancelled check . Should any chase of a Jenn - Air refrigera - warranty service be required , proof of original date of pur - tor ! chase is needed . For additional questions , please contact us : We appreciate your purchase Jenn - Air Customer Assistance decision and feel confident you Maytag Appliances Sales Company will be happy with this appli - ARm CAIR ° Center ance for years to come . For best P . O . Box 2370 results , we suggest reading this Cleveland , TN 37320 - 2370 guide carefully . You will find 1 - 800 - 688 - 1100 USA and CANADA instructions on the proper oper - 1 - 800 - 688 - 2080 TTY USA ation and maintenance of your ( Mon . - Fri . , 8am - Spm Eastern Time ) refrigerator . Additionally , food Internet : http : / / www . jennair . com storage information has been included for you . In our continuing effort to improve the quality of our Should you ever need our future assistance with your refrigerators , it may be necessary to make changes to refrigerator , a complete model and serial number recorded the appliance without revising this guide . in the spaces below will be extremely helpful . These num - bers are found on a data plate inside the refrigerator com - partment on the upper surface . nm _ mm * lm N tl _ t m : : . offllON J Model Number Serial Number Revision Number
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I the following : I _ L WARNING - - . When using your appliance , always follow basic precautions , including [ I • Use the refrigerator only for its intended purpose . Impor / an _ Child entrapment and suffocation are • To prevent possibility of hazard due to electrical shock , not problems of the past . Junked or abandoned never plug the refrigerator into a receptacle which has refrigerators are still dangerous . . , even if they will not been grounded adequately and in accordance with sit for " ' justa few days ? ' If you are getting rid of the local and national electrical codes . See the _ k warn - your old refrigerator , plea . _ follow the instructions ing and grounding instructions below . below to help prevent accidents . • Take off the doors . • Unplug the refrigerator before cleaning or replacing a light bulb . • Leave the shelves in place _ that children may not easily climb inside . • In case of power failure , minimize door openings . If the power failure is of a long duration , protect the food by placing blocks of dry ice on top of the packages or check with a local frozen foods locker about temporary stor - age . Frozen foods which have thawed completely should not be refrozen and should be discarded . • Any electrical service cord that becomes frayed or dam - aged should be immediately repaired or replaced . Never unplug your appliance by pulling on the power cord . • Your refrigerator should not be operated in the presence of explosive fumes . • Children should not climb , hang or stand on the shelves of this refrigerator . line . There should be a separate , grounded circuit serving this appliance only . Do not use an Jk WA / / NIN6 - - This appliance is designed to . operateonaml 115volt , 15amp , 60cycle I extension cord . Do not use any device that will alter the electrical performance of this appliance . POWER SUPPLY CORD WITH 3 - PRONG This appliance is equipped with a three - pronged grounding plug for GROUNDING PLUG your protection against possible electrical shock hazards , It must be plugged into a grounding receptacle . Where a standard two - prong wall receptacle is encountered , it is the personal responsibility and obligation of the customer to have it replaced with a properly grounded three - prong wall receptacle . Do not under any circum - stances , cut or remove the third ( ground ) prong from the power cord . Do not use an adapter plug . Do not use an extension cord . GROUNDINGTYPE WALL RECEPTACLE Save These Instructions
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Installation Instructions Your new refrigerator was packed carefully for shipment . Remove and discard shelf packing clips ( if used ) located just above each shelf where they hook onto the frame . To remove plastic clips wiggle the clips sideways and pull straight out . Location of Your Leveling is Important Refrigerator To enhance appearance and to maintain optimal perfor - mance , the refrigerator must be level . Your refrigerator has • Allow for a free flow of air through the front base grille . wheels which can be adjusted for leveling : • Install the refrigerator where the room temperature will Remove the lower hinge covers ( see fig . 1 ) . To do this , not go below 55 * E With temperatures below 55 * , the grasp each cover nearthe hinge and apply pressure . The refrigerator will not run frequently enough to maintain attachment tabs will snap out , allowing removal ofthe proper temperature in the freezer . covers . • Allow a minimum 1 / 2 " clearance on the sides , top and Adjust the wheels with a screwdriver ( see fig . 2 ) . back for ease of installation . If the refrigerator is placed • To lock the cabinet in place , turn down both with the door hinge side against a wall , you may want to leveling / lock feet , located near the front wheels ( see fig . allow additional space so the door can be opened wider . 3 ) . Rear leveling / lock feet are not required . • Use caution when installing the unit on vinyl or hard - • Replace the hinge covers . wood floors so as not to mark or otherwise damage the • If the floor is not level and it is necessary to raise the flooring . A piece of plywood , a rug or other material rear of the cabinet , we suggest rolling the rear wheels should be used to protect the floor while positioning the unit . onto a piece of plywood or other shim material . [ i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ' ] j : 1 Energy Saving Tips Locate the refrigerator away from heat producing appli - Fig . I ances such as the range or dishwasher , heat vents and direct sunlight . Level the refrigerator and do not block ventilation around the front grille . . . . . . . . . . ] ] _ ] - . , _ : 1 - _ ' _ _ lr _ i TURN CLocKWISE TO Keep the freezer full to near capacity so less cold air will escape during door openings . When the freezer is less than two - thirds full , place milk cartons half full of water TURN COUNTER - CLOCKWISE in the freeze _ TO LOWER NCABINETER _ - - - - - ' _ ' _ . - , . _ , . l . i _ - _ ' r _ i I ! - - . RAISE CABINET COR • Let hot dishes cool slightly before puaing into the Fig . Z refrigerator or _ eeze _ • Cover liquids . • Wipe moisture from the outside of containers before placing them into the refrigerator . • Avoid opening the doors too often . Fig . 3
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Refrigerator PuriClean " ChillKeeper " Ughts Water Filter Twin Fresh " Ice Access Door Control Slide Control ice Bin Dairy With Keeper Freezer Light . Elevator " Freezer Shelves Basket Lift Off Door Bins Sh _ f Drop Tender Freezer Door Baskets Retainer Fixed Door Bins Door Bins StalrStep " AdJuati - Temp " Freezer Drawer Baskets Humidity Controlled Crispem Lower Hinge Covers Features may vary according to model .
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Temperature Controls Your refrigerator has Twin Fresh TM Climate Control . The controls for setting the temperature in the fresh and frozen food compartments are located at the top front of the fresh food compartment . To adjust the controls , move the slide to the left or right as desired Twin Fresh TM Climate Adjusting the Twin Fresh TM Control Settings Climate Controls • The refrigerator control has settings from warmest to 24 hours after adding food , you may decide that one or coldest . Initially set this control at the midpoint . both compartments should be colder m : warmer . If so , • The freezer control has settings from off / warmest to adjust the control ( s ) as indicated in the table below . coldest . Initially set this control at the midpoint . Except when starting the refrigerator , do not change either • Let the refrigerator run at least 8 - 12 hours before adding control more than one setting at a time . food . Allow 24 hours for temperatures to stabilize before reset - ting . • Changing either control will have some effect on the tem - perature of the other compartment . TWIN FRESH " CLIMATE CONTROL GUIDE Refrigerator too Warm Slide the refrigerator control to next higher setting . 9tQeto _ g _ f _ e * * * goleoe * * _ Ioeel _ o _ e _ * _ * Refrigerator too Cold Slide the refrigerator control to next lower setting . FreezertooWarm Slide the freezer control to next higher setting . Freezer too Cold Slide the freezer control to next lower setting . Slide freezer control to OFF . Turn Refrigerator Off I Note : Sliding the freezer control to OFF stops cooling in BOTH compartments . It does not shut off I power to the refrigerator . I Warm Cabinet Surfaces No Defrosting Your refrigerator is designed to defrost automatically . At times , the front of the refrigerator cabinet may be warm to the touch . This is a normal occurrence that helps prevent Note : During the automatic defrost cycle , you may notice moisture from condensing on the cabinet . The condition a red glow / reflection in the vents on the back wall of the will be more noticeable when you first start the refrigera - freezer compartment and you may hear the sound of water tor , during hot weather and after excessive or lengthy door droplets coming into contact with the defrost heater . This openings . is normal during the defrost cycle .
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Interior Designs 6 Shelves Fresh Food Compartment and Door The fresh food compartment also may be equipped with adjustable , Spill - Catcher " shelves . These shelves have a Elevator " Shelf spill retainer edge for easy clean up . The Elevator " shelf is equipped with a spill - retaining edge In some models , these shelves have the slide out feature . and the Easy Glide slide - out feature . It can be adjusted up or down without unloading . To slide out , grasp the front of To slide out , simply grasp the front of the shelf and pull . the shelf and pull forward . Push the shelf in to return to Gently push in to return the shelf to the original position . original position . To adjust the Elevator " shelf : Pull out the knob on the crank handle . Rotate the crank clockwise to raise the shelf , and counterclockwise to lower the height of the shelf . To remove : To remove the Elevator TM shelf for occasional cleaning , completely unload the shelf and pull the shelf for - ward . When the shelf stops , press up on the tabs located underneath its outside edges , then continue pulling for - ward , clear of the frame . To replace : Align the shelf to the frame and push it all the These shelves can be moved for varying food storage way back . It is not necessary to depress the tabs for rein - needs . stallation . To remove a shelf : In ordinary use , the Elevator TM shelf frame assembly does • completely unload the shelf NOT require removal . Though unlikely , and not recom - mended , the correct removal procedure is as follows : • slightly lift up the rear of the shelf • Unload the shelf completely . • pull the shelf straight out • Slide the shelf forward about two inches and manually To lock a shelf into another position : move the two rear latches toward the sheff center . • tilt up the front edge of the shelf • While supporting the entire shelf and frame from underneath , lift slightly and rotate the assembly • insert the hooks into the desired frame openings approximately 30 ° to allow the rear mechanism to clear the vertical rear side rails . • let the shelf settle into place • The entire assembly can then be moved forward and • be sure the shelf is securely locked at the rear before clear of the refrigerator compartment . reloading • To reinstall , reverse the removal procedure . Be sure the shelf is in a level position . When the sliding shelf is pushed to the rear , it will reposition the rear latches to their correct operating position . RAILS SLIDE OUT SHELF FRAME ASSEMBLY ( Style may vary )
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TheLift Off Door Bins are roomy enough to handle gal - lon - plus sized containers . They are adjustable and can be easily removed . To remove : • Lift the shelf front up until it clears the retainers on the door liner . • Pull the bin straight out To replace : • Reverse the above procedure . In some models the bottom door bin is fixed , so it is not adjustable . 000000000000000 A Shelf Tender is located in one refrigerator door bin ( cer - tain models have two tenders ) . Shelf tenders secure bottles and other containers in their upright position and are easi - ly adjusted by sliding sideways . The Tall Bottle Retainer is designed to prevent tall bet - ties from tipping forward . It is easily adjusted by sliding from side to side . OOOOO _ 4OO _ OOO The Tilt Out Refrigerator Door Bin ( certain models ) is ideal for storing awkward containers such as liter bottles and bagged items . By tilting the bin outward , space is opened up to conveniently load or retrieve contents .
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8 Freezer Compartment The freezer of the model you have chosen has either wire or glass shelves . The shelves rest on support rails which are molded into the wall of the freezer . Some models have freezer shelves that slide forward for easier access to the rear of the shelf . To remove a freezer shelf : • Empty the shelf of its contents & lift straight up . • Tilt the shelf sideways & pull it straight out . To replace the freezer shelf , reverse the removal procedure . The freezer compartment also has one or more freezer bas - kets for food storage , These baskets slide out for more convenient access to the frozen foods . They rest and slide on support rails which are molded into the wall of the freezer . To remove a freezer basket : • Slide basket out until it stops . • Depress tabs located at the rear of each side of the bas - ket . • Continue sliding the basket out . To replace a freezer basket : • Line the basket up to the appropriate support rails . • Slide it into place . 4k t , 4 _ _ " * 4P 4 _ O _ ' 41 ' O 4 " • 4 _ StairStep " Freezer Baskets Certain models feature StairStep " baskets for the bottom two freezer baskets . These two baskets interact for total accessibility to their contents . To use : • Pull the lower basket forward to gain access to its con - - tents , Continue pulling the lower basket to open the upper basket as well . Reverse the action to close both baskets . • Pulling forward the upper basket provides access to its contents . The lower basket will also move forward but will not open . To remove the baskets : • Pull forward on the upper basket until it stops . • Lift up slightly and continue pulling forward . • The baskets are removed together . To replace : • Reverse the above procedure .
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Interior Designs Drop Down Freezer Door Baskets Two drop down freezer door baskets provide convenient storage for items that tend to shift or slide ( such as bagged vegetables ) when the door is opened and closed .
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Specialized Storage Areas Your refrigerator has an Adjusti - Temp " meat storage To remove this drawer for cleaning : drawer . This drawer is designed to provide a short term • pull the drawer out until it stops storage area for fresh meats , cheeses and luncheon meats . • lift the drawer up slightly and pull it out The Adjusti - Temp TM Drawer is the top drawer in the To replace the drawer : fresh food compartment . The temperature control for • reverse above procedure this drawer is located on the shelf front above the draw - er . Slide the control left or right to achieve the desired keep tightly . internal temperature of the drawer . The " cool " setting For best results , this drawer closed ] provides a temperature similar to that of the surrounding fresh food compartment . The " ' cold " setting provides a lower temperature within the drawer which is recom - mended when storing fresh meat , poultry or fish . I coo _ ± an I The Crispers are ideal for storage of fruit and vegetables . * Maytug Automatic Humidity Control system features a unique , patent - e . d material called Shape Memory Polymer ( SMP ) that when laminated They are equipped with an automatic humidity control sys - to fabric , becomes DIAPLEX . DIAPLEX is manufactured by tem . Mitsubishi . [ _ [ _ L _ tr Automatic Humidity Control Utu la4tllNle _ Teatum A fabric - like material * covers small air vents in the shelf To remove a crisper drawer for cleaning : insert above the crispers . • pull out the crisper until it stops This material controls the flow of moisture out of the crisper • tilt the drawer front up and pull it out to provide the optimum environment for your food . If a To replace a crisper drawer : food spill should occur on the air vent or fabric - like material , wipe with a clean , damp cloth . • align the drawer in the tracks • lift the drawer front and slide in iiiiiiiiiiiillllllr For best results , keep the crispers tightly closed l The sealed cover of the top drawer serves as the lower refrigerator shelf . To remove the cover : To replace the cover : • lift the front edge of the shelf • set the rear bars on the support • pull the shelf straight out • push the shelf back until the front edge can be lowered into place
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[ [ Interior Designs • O , IO1 OO _ O _ , O _ OOIOOOOOO ChiUKeeper " Use the main compartment of the ChillKeeper ' _ ( certain models ) to quick chill items and to store your favorite cold drinks . To open the compartment , grasp the opening on the right side of the compartment cover and swing to the left . The compartment will automatically latch when the compart - ment cover is gently closed . If the latching mechanism is accidentally dislocated , place the eraser end of a pencil next to the latch and apply gentle pressure to the right . There is a control for the ChillKeeper ' " located on the left wall of the fresh food compartment . The slide control allows customization of the temperature within this com - partment . The " Ctml " setting provides a more moderate temperature . Sliding the control to " Cold " will provide colder temperatures within the compartment . The ChillKeeper ' " shelf can be used to create a 2 tier stor - age area within the compartment . If unneeded , the shelf can be detached , inverted and snapped onto the upper - most tabs , out of the way . This creates a larger storage space within the compartment . There is a utility drawer located at the bottom of the ChillKeepe r ' _ . The lock for this drawer is located on the left side of the drawer . To open the drawer , move the pin to the " Unlock " position and the drawer will slide open . To close , gently slide the drawer back in and move the pin into the " Lock " position . Dairy Compartment To use the rcmmy Dairy Compartment , simply raise the cover . Depending on which model you have chosen , this compartment may come equipped with a Tender to secure compartment contents in place or a Butter Dish . Slide the Tender from side to side fiw desired placement . OO _ OO _ OO _ OO , _ I Egg Caddy The Egg Caddy ( style may varyl holds a " ' dozen - plus " eggs . It can be removed to be washed or carried to a work area .
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Ice Service / 2 00000 _ 00 _ 00 O _ O _ O0000 _ 00000 Nondispenser Models The freezer compartment of your refrigerator is equipped To check the ice level or gain access to the ice bin , lift open the door on the ice bin . with ice cube trays and an ice storage bin . The bin is designed to stack neatly on top of the stacked ice cube To remove the bin , first turn off the ice maker . This is done trays . To release the ice cubes from a tray , hold the tray by opening the door on the ice bin and moving the ice maker upside down over the bin and twist both ends . wire lever up to the " off " position . Then reach under the bin front and pull down on the back edge . After it snaps free , Your refrigerator is automatic ice maker ready . The number pull the bin straight forward . To replace the ice bin , align for the ice maker kit you need appears on the data plate ( see the bottom rails to the corresponding shelf grooves and page I ) . push it straight back until it stops and latches . Make sure the tabs , at the back of the bin , that turn the spiral auger are positioned between the prongs from the auger motor . Turn the ice maker on by lowering the wire arm . Beverages and foods should not be placed in the ice storage bin for quick chilling . These items can block the wire lever arm , causing the ice maker to malfunction . Dispenser Models Automatic Ice Maker After your refrigerator has been connected to the water sup - ply , move the wire lever arm into the down position . This will start its operation . The ice maker will fall with water when the freezer reaches the proper temperature . It may be 8 to 12 hours before the ice maker furnishes any usable ice cubes . Discard all the cubes from the first two or three batches made . These initial ice cubes may be irregularly shaped , diacolored , or contain impurities from the new water supply piping . For Your Safety When the ice cubes are ejected it is normal for several cubes Do not placo fingers or hands on the automatic ice to be joined together at the ends . They can easily be broken making mechanism while the refrigerator is plugged apart . The ice maker will continue to make ice until the sup - in . This will help protect you from possible injury . It ply of ice cubes raises the wire lever ann , shutting the ice will also prevent interference with moving parts of the maker off . ejector mechanism and the heating element that releasesthe cubes . To manually stop the operation of the ice maker , move the wire lever arm into the up position . Under certain rare circumstances , ice cubes may be discolored , usually appearing with a green - bluish hue . Certain sounds may accompany the various cycles of the ice maker . The cause of this unusual discoloration is apparently aof combination of factors such as certain characteristics • buzzing of the water valve local waters , household plumbing and the acoumula - • running of the water as the tray fills tion of copper salts in an inactive water supplyline • rattling of the ice cubes falling into an empty ice bin . which feeds the ice maker . If the ice is not used frequently , the ice cubes will become Continued consumption of such discolored ice cubes cloudy , shrink , stick together and taste stale . Empty the ice may be injurious to health . If such discoloration is storage bin periodically and wash it in lukewarm water . Be observed , discard the ice cubes and oontact your deal - sure to dry the bin before replacing it or the ice cubes will er from whom the refrigerator was purchased . stick to the metal auger .
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Automatic Ice and Water Dispenser { certain models ) Dispenser Light Dispensing Water and Ice When the actuator pad is pressed , the dispenser light auto - To dispense ice or water , position a glass against the top matically illuminates . To manually turn the light on , press portion of the actuator pad and press . Hold the glass high in the dispenser opening to avoid spills . the @ pad . To stop dispensing , release the pressure on the actuator pad To turn the light off , press the pad again . and hold the container in position momentarily to catch the last pieces of ice or the last drops of water . The ice deliv - Dispenser Lock ery door will remain open for a short time . When it clos - es , a closing sound can be heard . To interrupt power to the water and ice dispenser so it can - not be used , press the _ pad 3 times within 10 sec - The control key pads are located on the dispenser control onds . panel . To select the desired function , press the appropriate Lt3 pad . When ice cubes , crushed ice or water are selected , a light above the . selection glows . An indicator light above the lock pad is illuminated when the dispenser is locked . Press the pad 3 times within I0 seconds again to unlock the ice and water service . Water Filter Change Reminder ( select models ) This feature monitors the life of the PuriClean " Filter . The light on the dispenser pad will illumi - • F'lltl _ Water from the dispenser is not as cold as ice water . For nate after a filter has filtered for 12 months , or 416 colder water , simply add ice before dispensing the water . gallons ( whichever happens first ) . When the light t _ . J The first glass or two of water dispensed each time may be illuminates , replace the filter and manually reset the warmer than subsequent glasses . A full glass of water will control light . be cooler than a partial glass . To prevent splashing , fill the To reset the control light : Press and hold the Dispenser glass with ice before adding water . Light and Lock key pads on the dispenser control panel for 3 seconds until the light flashes . At this point , release the NOTE : When using the ice dispenser for the first time , keys and the control will be reset for another 12 months or discard the first two or three dozen cubes . When using the 416 gallons . water dispenser for the first time , press the actuator pad for 10 minutes to bleed the air from the water line . Discard the first five to six glasses of water dispensed . This will insure I NatOe TevEe : n Wif afitletrerFbilyteprassChiasnigne pRlaecme . inder light will oper - pure and fresh water for drinking . SpiU Tray Do not pour water into the grille at the bottom of the dis - _ u DISPENSER penser area . This is a spill area , NOT a drain . Normal , " small spills will evaporate . Larger spills should be wiped up with a soft cloth or sponge . The grille slides out for clean up . it is recommended to clean the spill area occa - sionally to prevent mineral deposits . ACTUATOR
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Water Filter Ice Dispensing Tips the crusher . Crushed ice pieces will vary in size and • Some crushed ice may be dispensed even though cubed shape . ice was selected . This happens occasionally when a few cubes are accidentally channeled into the crusher . • Do not add ice to the storage bin which was not pro - duced by your ice maker , it may not crush and / or dis - • Likewise , when changing from crushed ice to cubes , pense properly . some crushed ice may be dispensed . This may also hap - pen if irregular sized cubes or ice chips are in the storage • Avoid operating the ice dispenser continuously for more bin . than five minutes . Simply remove large quantities from the bin by hand . • If the ice dispenser is not used frequently , ice cubes may clump together and may need to be broken apart or dis - • Avoid dispensing ice directly into fine china or delicate carded . crystal . The pressure of pressing against the actuator pad and the ice dropping into the container can cause crack - • A slight pause may be noticed when dispensing crushed ing or chipping of delicate items . ice . This is normal because the ice is being channeled to Initial Filter Cartridge Installation Water Filter ( select models } Note : Leave the refrigerator door open while removing I The water filter mounts in the upper fresh food compart - [ and installing filters or plugs ; this will prevent water ment , on the underside of the Twin Fresh ' _ control housing . ] from flowing through the system and running into the Change the filter cartridge every year , or sooner , if the I water flow to the dispenser or icemaker decidedly decreas - [ fresh food compartment . es , if an objectionable taste or odor returns or the water fil - I . Twist the cap of the filter bypass I / 4 turn counter - clock - ter change reminder illuminates . wise ( as viewed from the bottom ) so the ears on the plug can disengage . Remove the filter bypass from the Your refrigerator was delivered from the factory with a fil - filter head apparatus . ter bypass in place . The filter cartridge can be found pack - aged inside of the refrigerator . It can be easily installed without using any additional parts , screws or fasteners . for future use , in the event that you choose to use the I Do Not dispose of this filter bypass . It should be stored water and ice dispenser without a filter . Note : The ice and water dispenser and the ieemaker should not be operated unless either the filter bypass or 2 . Carefully remove the filter from its packaging . a filter is in place . 3 . Apply the month sticker to the cartridge as a reminder to replace the filter within a year . Special Notices 4 . Remove the red cap from the filter . It is essential that operation , maintenance and filter replacement requirements be carried out as scheduled . 5 . Lubricate the O - ring with food grade vegetable oil . This product is for cold water use only . 6 . Line up the cartridge ears so it can be inserted into the Do not use with water that is microbiologically unsafe , or filter head . The unlocked symbol will line up with the of unknown quality without adequate disinfection before indicator line that is molded into the light shield area . or after the system . Systems certified for cyst reduction Rotate the cartridge into the head . Twist the cartridge may be used on disinfected water that may contain filter - 1 / 4 turn clockwise to lock it into place . You will feel a able cysts . stop and the locked symbol should now be lined up with the indicator line . For your own knowledge and safety , it is recommended that your water quality be periodically tested . This infor - 7 . Dispense water through the dispenser for 10 minutes . mation also identifies the optimal replacement filter choice 8 . Carefully check for leaks . for your refrigerator . The contaminants or other substances removed or reduced I Ncaoutes : e wAatenrewtolytemipnostraalrlieldy wspautretr frfoimlterthceardtirsipdegnesermay [ I by this water treatment system are not necessarily in your water . The feed water connection must conform to applicable plumbing codes .
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Water Filter O € 10 4 _ O O O O O _ O O • • , _ , _ O 4b O O O _ _ O OO , O _ O , O _ OOO _ O _ OOO _ OOO _ Periods of Non - Use Replacing the Filter Cartridge If the refrigerator has been out of use for more than 2 weeks ( ie : placed in storage or has been moved ) the filter and installing filters or plugs ; this will prevent water from should be replaced when the refrigerator is put back into flowing through the system and running into the fresh service . I Note : Leave the refrigerator door open while removing I I food compartment . Replacement Filter Cartridges For replacement filter cartridges or for service , contact I . Twist the filter cartridge I / 4 turn counterclockwise ( as viewed from the bottom ) so that ears on the cartridge are your local dealer or Maytag Appliances Sales Company , Jenn - Air Customer Assistance , 1 - 800 - 688 - 1100 : able to disengage from the head . The unlocked symbol will be lined up with the indicator line that is molded Replacement Filter Model Number : into the light shield area . Twist gently until the cartridge is free from the head , but DO NOT pull . Avoid tipping UKF7002AXX - Taste , odor , chlorine , cysts , and lead the cartridge to prevent spillage . Dispose of the used cartridge . Note : Filter life may be affected by abnormal feed swater , conditions or unusual incidents such as hydrant flushe 2 . Carefully remove the replacement filter from its packag - reservoir turnover , or varying local water conditions . ing . ( Read the label carefully to be sure you have the correct replacement filter cartridge ) . 3 . Follow steps 3 through 8 under Initial Filter Cartridge Installation . ( See page 14 ) . Note : A newly - installed water filter cartridge may cause I water to temporarily spurt from the dispenser . I
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/ 6 The PuriClean " Water Filter is manufactured for Maytag Appliances by : Cuno Incorporated 400 Research Parkway Meriden , CT 06450 Rated Flow : . 5 gpm ( 1.9 L ) 33 ° F ( . 6 ° C ) Min . Op . Temp : Max . Op . Temp : 100 ° F ( 38 ° C ) Min . Op . Press : 30 psi ( 207 KPa ) Max . Op . Press : 125psi ( 862 KPa ) The filter listed below has been test - ed and certified to NSF International under ANSi / NSF Standards 42 and 53 for the reduction of impurities as indicated : Taste / Odor Yes Chlorine Yes Class l Std . 42 Turbidity Yes Std . 53 Paxticulat _ Yes SAd . 42 ( ClassD Cyst Yes Std . 53 Lead Yes Std . 53 Capacity 416 gal . ( 1574 L ) Function Chemical / Mechanical See accompanying Product Data Sheet for further infor - mation on the filter .
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faces with wet or damp hands • Damp objects stick to cold metal surfaces . Before cleaning the freezer , allow it to warm up . Allow glass shelves to warm up before immersing in warm I _ CAUTION . " Disconnect the power cord before cleaning • Do not touch refrigerated sur - water . Refrigerator Cleaning Chart Soap and water Base grille Mild liquid sprays Vacuum cleaner attachment • • jo * eeo • • * Da _ • _ • • * • e • e • • • • • • • • • • , • • . • o • * _ o • * • _ • o • • • • * • o • , * e * * e • • l , • • * ° • • ° • • • • • • • No need for cleaning unless environment is particularly No Clean . ° Cleaning Brush ( Part No . 20001 ( 1171 Available from greasy , dusty or there is significant pet traffic in the home . CummerciaI - Duty your dealer . Condenser ° , • • • o • o • o • • • , • • ° • ° • , • • ° • • • , • • o , • . • i * • * * • • , • • • • • o . . • . o • • • • ° • ° • • Soap and water D ( mr handles Mild liquid sprays , • • • • ° • o , • • • • • • ° • • . • ° • • ° , o • • • • , • ° , • ° • , Dry with a clean , soft cloth . Painted metal Soap and water I _ ) not wipe the refrigerator with a soiled dishwashing Mild liquid sprays surfaces : cloth or wet towel . Thesc may leave residue that can Cabinet , doors scratch and weaken the paint . Do not use scouring pnds . I _ ) wdered cleansers , bleach or cleaners containing bleach . These products can scratch and erode the paint finish . Do not wax plastic or vinyl parts . . , • , • _ . H • . 9 j * * • • • • • ° • ° o • , • • • • o • • o • ° • e • _ * e • • J • o • e * • l • • ol * • H • ° ° , • • • . . . . . ° . • • • • ° • ° • . • ° • • • • • • • ° • Use a soft cloth or sponge . Light cleaning : mild deter - Stainless steel doors _ . ent and water or a solution of Always wipe with the grain of the stainless steel . ( certain models ) Do not use chlorine bleach or any cleaning pfoduct Ihat while vinegar and water . Moderate soih Bon Anti * . contains chlorine bleach . Discoloration : Can | eLl After cleaning , rinse and dry . T _ restore luster and remove Stainless Steel Cleaner * . streaks lidlow with Stainless Steel Magic Spray * ( Jenn - Air model A912 . Part No . 2lXl [ ) 0008 ) . l ) ( mr gasket Baking s _ . la and water Use I - 2 tablesl _ ) ons baking soda per quart of water . Soap and water Be sure to wrinlg out excess water from sponge or oh ) Ill when clenning around controls , lights , or electrical parts . , lllll I _ l _ ll I _ llllllillllll I # I [ 1 # I # [ I I * l II II I ] 1 # I Ill II I I III I I I I I I I _ [ l [ _ _ I ] _ I _ l I [ I I # I ] l I # l # I # ] _ ] [ _ I _ _ ] _ [ _ _ I _ [ I ] I I I # ] # 1 l # I # l II [ _ 1 I ( ; lass shelvt _ Soap and water Allow the glass to warm tip to room temperature Glass cleane _ before immersiug in warm water . Never use hot water . Mild liquid sprays _ l _ l I [ _ l I I I I _ _ I III I I I It I _ 1 III ] I [ 1 [ I I See abo ' _ e Ik ) rbaking soda solution . Interior and dnnr Soap and water DO NOT use abrasive cleaners , concentrated detergents , liner Baking soda and water bleaches , cleaning waxes , solvents or polish cleaners to clean the refrigerator interior . • • , • • • o • • • • • • o • , . DO NOT wash in an automatic dishwasher . Drawers , bins , egg Soap and water cradle , etc . • • • • o • • • • • ° • , • • • • • • • • • • • ° • Automatic Humidity Water onI ) Wil _ with a clean , damp cloth . I ) o not clean _ ilh any prt _ luct Conlnd ralph / vent containing rid . tint bleach . area * B ¥ I d € _ ' _ re II e Ir _ th'nuo • k _ o [ llw r _ ' . _ pc'cliv _ IlttlllH ] ltl'llfl _ ' l :
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Storage and Maintenance Cleaning Under the Refrigerator cartridge . A new cartridge can be installed when the Your refrigerator can be rolled out for cleaning the floor refrigerator is put back in service . underneath . Raise the leveling feet if engaged ( see page 3 ) . Pull the refrigerator straight out from the wall . Note : Disconnecting power to the refrigerator will sus - pend the 12 month countdown for the water filter change Vacations reminder ( select models ) . If you will be gone for a month or less , leave the controls e ) clean and dry the refrigerator thoroughly , at the usual settings . f ) leave the doors open to prevent odors . During longer absences : a ) remove all food , Mov _ g b ) shut off the ice maker ( if installed ) and the valve where When moving , follow steps a - f under Vacations . In addi - you tapped into the water line to supply the refrigerator , tion , remove and carefully pack any items that are easily c ) disconnect the refrigerator from the electrical outlet , removable . Ship the refrigerator in an upright position with d ) remove the filter cartridge ( certain models ) and install the doors taped shut . the filter bypass ( see page 14 - 15 ) . Dispose of the used Replacing a Light Bulb CAl _ 7OJl / : Disconnect the power cord before replacing light bulb ( s ) . Wear gloves as protection against possible broken glass . Always use a standard 40 or 60 watt appliance bulb when replacing a fresh food or freez - er compartment bulb . Refrigerator Freezer There are two light bulbs located at the top of the refriger - The freezer light is located on the back wall of the freezer ator compartment , on the underside of the Twin Fresh " compartment . control housing . To replace : To replace a lighthulb ( s ) , remove the control cover from • unhook the tabs on the top of the light shield by press - the control housing : ing in with the thumb on the center top of the light shield . • grasp the control cover at the two rear " finger tabs " . These are located at the upper rear of the fresh food • pivot the shield down . compartment , behind the light shields . • unscrew the bulb when cool and replace it with a stan - • pull down slightly to clear the retainer tabs and slide the dard 40 - watt appliance bulb . cover forward until it is free . • replace the bulb cover by pivoting it back into place and • replace the bulb ( s ) with a 60 - watt , standard base appli - snapping the tabs into the appropriate slots . ance bulb ( s ) . • After replacing the bulb ( s ) , align the control cover on to the ribs on the control housing and slide it straight back Dispenser Light ( dispenser models only ) until it snaps onto the retainer tabs . To replace : On certain models , there is an additional light located • Locate the lightbulb in the dispenser area to the left of behind the top drawer . To replace : the actuator . • remove the top drawer and cover as explained on page 10 . • Unscrew the used bulb and remove . • carefully reach into the bulb cover and unscrew the • Replace the bulb , using a 120V , 7 - watt bulb . lightbulb . • replace the bulb with a 60 - war appliance bulb .
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gFood Storage Tips 0 @ _ o @ _ ooee @ @ @ o @ 00 @ _ 0e @ 0 @ @ 00 O @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ O @ @ @ @ @ O " t e ' @ _ @ Frozen Food Storage Fresh Food Storage • The freezer c _ ) inpartm ( ' nt of a ret ¥ igerator shou ] d Ix - • Tlw fresh Ibod cmnpartuwnt of a rel'rigcrator shouk ] kept at approximately ( ) ° F or lower . To check the tem - Ix " kept lwhveen : _ I ° F and 4 ( 1 ° I ` " with an optimum tem - perature , place an appliance thermometer I ) etween the perature of 37 ° F . To cheek the tempcralnre , place an fi'ozen packages and check after 24 hours . If tile tem - appliance lh ( , rlnollleter ill a _ hlss of water _ [ nd pla ( . ' e ill the eelder of the refrigt'rator . Check al _ er 24 hours . If perature is alxwe 0 ° F , adjust the c ( introl _ Lsdescrilx _ d on pag , e 5 . the temperature is alxwe 40 ° F adjust the controls _ Ls explained on page 5 . • A fza , ( , zer operates more efficiently when it is at le _ Lst b . vo - thirds fitll . • Avoid overcrowding thc rcfi'iger _ ' , tor shelves . This reduees the cireulati ( m of air aromld the fo ( xl and Packaging Foods for Freezing results in mlevt , n eta ) ling . • To minimize dehydratiun and quality deterionttiun use Fruit and Vegetables aluminum foil , freezer wrap . freezer 1 ) ag . s or airtight cxmtainers . Force its inueh air out of the packages as • Store in the crisper drawers to help preserve the fi'uit possible and 1 × " sure thcy are tightly sealed . Trapped air aml \ ' cgetable qmdity fur hm _ er time periods . ( Refer to can cause the food to dry . out , change eolor and devel - page I0 ) . op _ ul offflavor ( li'eezer burn ) . • S ( _ rt fruits and vegetables before storage and use hruised or sol _ items l _ rst , l ) iseard those showing signs • Over , vrap fresh meats aud poultry with suitable freezer _ ) I'd ( ' c _ w . wrap prior to freezing . • Always wrap odorous Ibods such as onions aTidcabl ) age • Do not refreeze meat that has completely thawed . st ) the odor does not transfer to other fix ) ds . Loading the Freezer • While veget _ d ) les need a certain amount of moisture to • Avoid adding t ( ) ( ) much warm tix ) d to file freezer at one relliail | fresh , ttx ) IHIIC ] I tlioistllre call shorten storage time . This overloads tile freezer , slows the rate of fi'eez - times ( cspt , eially lettuc _ Q , l ) rain vegetables well l ) efi ) re ing and can raise the temperature of frozen fi ) ods . storing , , • l , eave space between the packages so cold ; tir can cir - Meat and Cheese culate Freely , allowing ftxxl to freeze as quickly as pos - sible . • Kaw meat and poultL'y should I ) e wrapped securclv , so leakage and contamination of other fi × ) ds or surl ] tees • Avoid storing hard - to - freeze fo ( xls such as ict " cream dues II ( ) t ( K'ellr . an ( 1 ( ) range juice on the fi'eezer door shelves . These f ( x ) ( [ s are best stored in the freezer interior where the • Oee ; L _ itmally mold will develop on the surLice of hard cheeses ( Swiss , ( ' ht'ddar , Parmesan ) . Cut offat l ( , _ Lstan tempe _ tture varies less with door openings . inch al'ollnd and l ) eh ) w ill ( ' IIIO ] dy area . Kccp your Refer to the Food Storage Chart on page 20 for knife or instrument out of the mold itself The remain - approximate storage times . ing cheese will be sail " and flavorfid to eat . Do NOT try to save individual cheese slices , soft cheese , cottage ehe ( . se , ere _ un , SOllr cl " ealll ( ) r yogmrt % vhen mold @ wars . Dairy Food • Most dairy fix ) t . ls such _ Lsmilk , yog , airt , sour cream and cottage cht'ese Juwe fl'eslnlleSs dates on their cartons ft ) r appropriate hmgth of stonlge . Store these fot ) ( ls in the original carton and refrigerate immediately after pur - ehlLsilig alld each ilse . /
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2O Food Storage Chart ( Storage times are approximate and may vary depending on type of packaging , storage temperature , and the quality of the food when purchased . ) Butter I month 6 - 9 months Wraptightlyorcover . Milk & cream I week Not recommended Checkcartondate . Closetightly . Don'treturnunusedportionsto odgiaalcontainerD . on'tfreezecreamunlesswhipped . Not recommended 1 - 2 weeks Wraptightly . Cream cheese , cheese spread & cheese food Not recommended Cottage chee _ 3 - 5 days Store in original carton . Check carton date . Sour cream I0 days 1 - 2 months 4 - 6 months Hard cheese { Swiss , Cheddar Wrap tightly . Cut off any mold . & Parmesan ) May become crumbly small ends down . Eggs in the shell , 3 weeks Not recommended Refrigerate Leftover yolks or whites 2 - 4 days 9 - 12 months sweeeta , FC ° hrorcuPtslp . ° fsaltY ° lkSfohret ° fnroonze - snw . deiesthes . aIdtdsp . sugar for use in FRUIT : : . : . . . . . _ : ' : . . . . . . . _ _ . . . . i _ i _ _ • i _ i , _ i _ , , . . . . . _ , i " , i • i I month 8 months ( cooked ) May also store unripe or hard apples at 60 - 70 ° E Apples 3anaans 6 months ( whole / peeled ) Ripen at room temperature before refrigerating . Bananas & avo - 2 - 4 days cados darken when refrigerated . Not recommended pears , plums , avocados 3 - 4 days 6 months Berries , cherries , apricots 2 - 3 days 1 month ( whole ) Grapes 3 - 5 days Not recommended May also store at 60 - 70 " E If refrigerated , store uncovered , Citrus fruits I - 2 weeks i6 - 12 months Will not ripen after purchase . Use quickly . Pirmapple . csu , t 2 - 3 days VEGETABLES . i T " i . . . . . . . i I 8 - 10 months Don't wash before refrigerating . Store in crisper . Asparagus I - 2 days Wrap odorous foods . Leavepeas in pods . Store in crisper . 8 - 10 months Brussels sprouts , broccoli , 3 - 5 days cauliflower , green peas , lima beans , peppers Wrap edotous foods & refrigeratein crisper . 1 - 2 weeks 10 - 12 months Cabbage , celery Remove tops . Wrapodorous foods & refrigerate in the crisper . g - 10 months Cam ) t _ , parsnips , beets , & 7 - 10 days turnips Store in crisper . _ nuce 7 - 10 days Not recommended POULTRY & FISH 1 - 2 days 12 months [ Keep in original packaging for refrigeration . When freezing Chicken and Turkey . whole Chicken and Turkey . pieces Fish 1 - 2days 9 months I longerthan2 weeks , overwrapwithfreezerwrap . 1 - 2 days I 2 - 6 months M _ T8 I month Bacon 7days I - 4 months 1 - 2 days Freshmeatscanha kept in originalpackagingfor refrigeration . Beef or lamb , ground & 6 - 9 months Beef or lamb , mast steak 3 - 5 days Placein theMeatand CheeseDrawerW . henfreezinglonger than2 weeks , overwrapwithfreezerwrap . I - 2 months 7 days Ham , fully cooked , whole 1 - 2 months half 5 days I - 2 months slices 3 days 1 - 2 moths Luncheon meat 3 - 5 days Unopened , vacuum - packad luncheon meat may he kept up to 2 weeks in the Meat and Cheese Drawer . 4 - 6 months 3 - 5 days Pork , roast 4 months 3 - 5 days Pork , chops 1 - 2 months I - 2 days Sausage , ground 1 - 2 months 7 days Sausage , smoked 4 - 6 months Veal 3 - 5 days 1month [ hoeessed meats should be tightly wrapped and stored in the Frankfurters 7 days Meat and Cheese Drawer . Sources : United Stales I _ t of _ ture ; Food Mmkctlng lnstim _ ; Cooperative Extension Service , Iowa State University
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Before You Call the p _ r # er cord not plugged in no power at the electrical outlet Woll't I " 1111 i he temperature control turned to " OFF " the circuit breaker tripped or the bottse fuse bkm'n refi'igerator is in automatic defrost o o oooo . o _ woooo o . o • , • re < Mere refrigerators are larger and run colder , which requires more running time Runs too long / too to provkle more slable temperahlres • prolonged door openings frequently • _ be baxe grille blocked • tim many door openings • the door not sealing ( due to a package or a container holding d _ mr open ) e . o . Bo . . * * Iot . o . = oo * , , o . o , eoiot * * * ooI , o . o = o * o , oo * , * the cabinet not level Noisy operation a weak flower o oo . • ooo oo . o , • oo ooo • oo , o * * oeoo , o _ o _ oo o . • ° t * * oo , . ° . o . o . o o * * * _ e , , * ootm • • • o * • tnhw producing fts _ ls si ] tndd bo covered or wrapped Odor in cabinet • the interior m _ eds cleaning _ ] l [ i * iiI i i I . 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I ? . _ models ; comes on when the filter bypass is in place ooooo ° o ° o ° oo • o ° * ° . oo , oo ° ° oo , ° . , o ° oooo , • ( ' _ ) Jt [ ; lit " III ) \ ill _ ' " I ' it " ' t " _ , ' s " lust's shrinka _ t ' _ ' sl ) t't'iall ? \ _ ith Jimih'd usage ' . Ice cubes evaporate This is illn'lnal . • o . oo oo ° * o . . oo ooo . * o . . ° Automatic ice maker nnt tht . \ _ ah . r supp [ \ hH'nt . t / off i bt ' xlo _ ann in OFF lup ! l _ ' ; ititm nperating • lie . fi'eezt . r hm vtltrlll , 1 ooooo _ olo oooo oooo ° , ° • o = o oo . • • o . o = ooo . Front cabinet surface warm to the touch • S [ : _ . cial dt . sign h ) limit etnldl . nsatitm during periods , f high I , mddity . , 1 1o ooo , ooo o ° , • oo ° o ° oo oo1 , ooo * o ° oloo oo k _ ' jam in the _ lispt . nst'r [ ( ' t ' Illak ( ' r ito { ( ll _ ' rlt { [ ll _ , Ice dispen _ r not operating • hx'k s \ viteh im , ooooooooo ooooooo , o • ooooooo ooooo , o • • , oooo • . ° o oooo o . o ° oooo . oo * ooo oo . . • \ \ ah'r supply t . n . ' d 4d ' f Water dispenser not operating wttlt * r ) r ( _ SSllrl ' { I ) kl \ _ ' i : . wk swilt . h t . n Note : bbr further assistance contact Maytag Appliances Sales Company , Jenn - Air Customer Assistance : 1.4100 - 688 - 1100
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Refrigerator Warranty Full One Year Warranty For one ( 1 ) year fTom the date of original retail purchaLse , any part which fails in normal home use will be repaired or replacedfree of charge . Ice Maker - when purchased with the refrigerator and installed by the dealer the ice maker will be considered part of the refi'igeratur for warran - ty purposes . Limited Warranty - - M _ or Refrigeration Components Second thru Fifth Year : After the first year from the date of original retail purchase , through the end of the fifth year , Mayteg Appliances will repair or replace , at its option , free of charge for parts and labor , any part of the sealed refrigeration system ( consisting of the compressor , evaporator , con - denser , drier and connecting tubing ) and the cabinet liner ( exclusive of the door liner ) which fail in normal home use . Mileage and trans - portation charges , if required , shall be the responsibility of the owner . Limited Warranty - - PuriClean " Water Filter : , With regard to the water filter cartridge , Mayteg Appliances will replace any part of the water filter cartridge which fails due to a defect in workmanship or materials , for a period of Thirty Days from the date of original purchase . This is a full 30 day warranty , and during this warranty period we will also provide free of charge , all labor and in - home sexvlce required to replace the defective part . Limited Warranty - - Other Parts : Second Year : Parts other than major refrigeration components which fail in normal home use during the second year following the date of original retail porchasc will be repaired or provided free of charge for the part itself , with the owner paying all other cost . s , including labor , mileage and transportation . Please note : The full warranty and the limited warranties apply when the refrigerator is located in the United States or Canada . Refrigerators located alsewher _ are covered by the limited warranties only including parts that fall during the first year . LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY The warrantor shall not be liable for any incidental or consequential damages , including food loss , Some states do not allow the exclusion or lim - itation of consequential damages , so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you . The specific warranties expressed above are the ONLY warranties provided by the manufacturer . This warranty gives you specific legal rights , and you may also have other rights that vary front state to state . To Receive Warranty Service To locate an authorized service company in your area contact the Jenn - Air dealer from whom your appliance was porehas _ ; or call Maytag Appliances Sales Company , Jenn - Air Customer Assistance at the number listed below . Should you not receive satisfactory warranty service , please call or write : Maytag Appliances Sales Company Arm : CAIR ' * Center P . O . Box 2370 Cleveland , " IN 37320 - 2370 US , and CANADA 1 - 800 - 64 _ - 1100 US . customers using TTY for deaf , hearing impaired or speech irapaired , call 1 - 800 - 688 - 2080 . NOTE : When writing about an unsolved service problem , please include the following information : ( a ) Your name , address and telephone number ; , ( b ) Model number , serial number , and revision number ( found on the top front interior of the refrigerator compartment ) _ ( c ) Name and address of your deahir and thc date the appliance was bought : ( dl A clear description of the problem you are having . ( el Proof of purchase ( sales receip0 . What Is Not Covered By These Warranties : 4 . Products pureh & * . ed for commercial or industrial use , I . Conditions and damage . _ resulting from any of the following : 5 . The cost of service or service call to : a . Improper installation , delivery , or maintenance . a . Correct installation errors , IsAny repair , m _ alificatinn , alteration or adjustment not b . Instruct the user on proper use of the product . authorized by the manufacturer or an authorized servicer . c , Transport the appliance to the servicer . c . Misuse , abuse , accidents , or unreasonable use . 6 . Consequential or incidental damages sustained by any person as d . Incon'ect electric current , voltage or supply . a result of any breach of these warranties . e . Improper _ tting of any control . Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of 2 . Warranties are void if the original , serial numbers have been removed , altered , or cannot be readily determined , consequential or incidental damages , so the above 3 , Light bulbs . exclusion may not apply . User's Guides . service manuals and parts catalogs are available from Maytag Appliances Sales Company , Maytag Customer Assistance , Jenn - Air * 403 West Fourth Street North • P . O . Box 39 • Newton , Iowa 50208
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