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M/Y[AG
® performa
TM
Side by Side
.... 20-22
Installation
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3-9
rage Tips ..................... 23-25
Temperature
Controls
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10-12
Care and Cleaning .................... 26-29
Fresh Food Features
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13-15
Operating
Sounds ........................... 30
Freezer
Features
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16
Troubleshooting
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31-34
Ice and Water .............................
17-19
Warranty
& Service ......................... 35
Form No. C/11/04
Part No. 12842107
www.maytag.com
Guide
d'utUisation
et d'entretien.
36
Guia de uso y cuidado
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   Summary of Contents for Maytag Refrigerator

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    Freezer Features Ice and Water ... Form No. C/11/04 Part No. 12842107 ® performa 10-12 13-15 17-19 www.maytag.com Side by Side rage Tips ... 23-25 Care and Cleaning ... 26-29 Operating Sounds ... 30 Troubleshooting Warranty & Service ... 35...

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    Importnnt Snfety Instructions ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;_!! What You Need to Know About Safety Instructions Warning and Important Safety Instructions this guide are not meant to cover all possible conditions and situations that may occur. Common sense, caution and care must be exercised when installing, maintaining or operating...

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    Importnnt Snfety Instructions SAVE TH ESE I NSTRUCTIONS...

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    Installation Location • Do not install refrigerator near oven, radiator or other heat source. If not possible, shield refrigerator cabinet material. • Do not install where temperature (13° C) or rises above 110° F (43 ° C). Malfunction may occur at this temperature.

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    Installation Note • For refrigerators in operation, shut off water before removing water line from the door. To Disconnect the Water Line: • Push in white collar (A) and hold. • Pull the door-side tube from the connector To Reconnect the Water Line: •...

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    ((3) and turn on water supply. Check for leaks and correct if necessary. Continue to observe the water supply connection for two to three hours prior to moving the refrigerator to its permanent location. 7. Monitor water connection for 24 hours.

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    If not installed, the handle is located in the interior of the fresh food section or attached to the back of your refrig- erator. Remove and discard handle packaging Handle design varies from refrigerator Please reference the appropriate model. Front Mount...

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    Installation Wide-by-Side Handles To Install: 1. Align fresh food handle with trim retainer and door clip. 2. Make sure the tabs of the handle clip are below the tabs of the door clip. 3. Rotate the handle so that the handle is flat against the door (see page 6).

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    Installation Installing Front-Mounted Stainless Steel 1. Loosen lower door clip on door with '/4" hex nut driver. 2. Locate predrilled hole at base of handle, and fit hollow end of handle over lower door clip. 3. Fit other end of handle over upper door clip and slide up as far as possible.

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    '/4" (6 ram) or '/2bubble higher than back of refrigerator and that the refrigerator from side to side. If required, correct rocking of refrigerator turning rear adjustment screw clockwise rocking corner. If doors are uneven, do the following: •...

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    • Let the refrigerator run at least 8 to 12 hours before adding food. Warm Cabinet Surfaces At times, the front of the refrigerator warm to the touch. This is a normal occurrence helps prevent moisture from condensing cabinet. This condition...

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    Note: When the Speed Ice feature is in operation, the _:_and _-_b pads for the freezer control will not operate. Reset Filter (select models) When a water filter has been installed in the refrigerator, the Refrigerator yellow Order light will illuminate when 90 percent of the volume of water for which the filter is rated has passed through the filter OR 11 months have elapsed since the filter has been installed.

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    Note: When the Max Cool feature is in operation, the _ and \:_F m pads for the refrigerator and freezer controls will not operate. To activate, press the Max Cool pad. Max Cool will deactivate automatically after 12 hours, OR press the Max Cool pad to deactivate the feature.

  • Page 14: Fresh Food Features

    30 ° to allow the rear mechanism to clear the vertical rear side rails. • The entire assembly can then be moved forward and clear of the refrigerator compartment. Frame Assembly: • Reverse the removal procedure. is in a level position.

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    This material controls the flow of moisture out of the crisper. If a food spill should occur on the air vent or fabric-like * Maytag Automatic Location: a unique, patented material called Shape Memory Polymer (SMP) that when laminated to fabric, becomes DIAPLEX.

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    (select models) This drawer can be used for storage of miscellaneous items. The drawer features a control that regulates the air temperature control to Cheese to provide normal refrigerator temperature. Use the Meats Rack (select models) The Can Rack slides out from...

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    , Pull out to its full extension. Lift up front of basket and remove. To Install: , Slide basket or drawer into cabinet railing. Lift up front of basket or drawer, and slide to the back of refrigerator. Storage The [co Storage Bin is located below the automatic ice maker.

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    Automatic Ice Maker Cnon-dispenser models) Note • Energy rating guides that are posted on the refrigerator at the time of purchase do not include optional ice maker energy usage. Some models are automatic ice maker ready. The number of the appropriate ice maker kit is IC10S.

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    Release pressure on dispenser pad to stop water dispensing. dispense and collect in dispenser tray. Large spills purposes. should be wiped dry. delay while water tank fills refrigerator water supply and after extended Pad: from dispenser control panel. container against...

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    I©e o,dWmer Dispenser Control (select models) (control features vary by model) Ice Dispenser Operation To Dispense Ice and Water: • Select Water, Crush or Cube ice mode by pushing button on dispenser control panel. A green light above button nd cares mode se ect on •...

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    Water F ilter Water Filter Removal and Installation ([select models) Initial Installation The water filter is located in the upper right-hand corner of the fresh food compartment. 1. Remove blue bypass cap and retain for later use. 2. Remove sealing label from end of filter and insert into filter head.

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    Water F ilter System Refrigerator Specifications Service Flow Rate (Maximum) ... Rated Service Life UKF8001AXX-750 Maximum Operating Temperature ... 100° F/38 ° C Minimum Pressure Requirement ... 35 psi/241 Minimum Operating Temperature ... 33 ° F/l° C Maximum Operating Pressure ... 120 psi/...

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    Water F ilter Trademark/Model Designation UKFS001AXX750 469006-750 67003523-750 Manufacturer: PmltaPure Inc. The water treatment device(s) listed on this certificate Health and Safety Code for the following health related contaminants: Microbiological Contaminants and Turbidity Cysts Turbidity Organic Contaminants Atrazine Lmdane Benzene Carbofurml p-dichlorobenzene Toxaphene...

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    Store these foods in the original carton and refrigerate immediately after purchasing Frozen Food Storage of a refrigerator should • The freezer compartment kept at approximately temperature, in a between the frozen packages and check after 2/4 hours.

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    Food Storage Tips Food Storage Chart Storage times are approximate and may vary depending of the food when purchased. DAI RY PRODUCTS Butter Milk and cream Cream cheese, cheese spread and cheese food Cottage cheese Sour cream Hard cheese (Swiss, Cheddar and Parmesan) EGGS Eggs in the shell Leftover yolks or whites...

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    Food Storage Tips VEGETABLES Asparagus Brussels sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower, green peas, lima beans, onions, peppers Cabbage, celery Carrots, parsnips, beets and turnips Lettuce POULTRY and FISH Chicken and Turkey, whole Chicken and Turkey, pieces Fish M EATS Bacon Beef or lamb, ground Beef or lamb, roast and steak Ham, fully cooked, whole...

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    Door Gaskets Condenser Coil Remove base grille to access. Condenser Fan Outlet Grille See back of refrigerator. Accessories Shelves, buckets, drawers, etc. * To order, call 1-877-232-6771 U.S.A. or 1-800-688-8408 Abrasive or harsh cleaners Use 4 tablespoons Ammonia 1 quart (1 liter) warm soapy water.

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    4. Close doors and let stand 24 to 48 hours. Energy Saving Tips • Avoid overcrowding air circulation run longer. • Avoid adding too much warm food to refrigerator one time. This overloads compartments rate of cooling. • Do not use aluminum toweling causes refrigerator •...

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    andCleaning Replacing Light Bulbs Upper Fresh Food Section The upper fresh food light bulbs are located behind the front panel. Reach behind the panel to remove the bulbs. Lower Fresh Food Section 1. Push up on bottom tabs on light cover.

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    • Tape the doors shut. • Use an appliance Always truck the refrigerator never from its front. • Be sure the refrigerator during moving. or Absence: ice makers or dispensers: for 24 hours and correct...

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    Many of these sounds are normal. Please note that the surfaces adjacent to a refrigerator, louder. The following are some of the normal sounds that may be noticed in a new refrigerator. Clicking • Freezer control (A) clicks when starting stopping compressor.

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    Clean according to the chart on page 26. See pages 10, 11 and 12 to adjust controls. Relocate food. Refrigerator is not level. See page 9 for details on how to level your refrigerator. Check gaskets for proper seal. Clean, if necessary, according to the chart on page 26.

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    Clean according to the chart on page 26. See pages 8 and 9 to adjust controls. Refrigerator is not level, see page 9 Leveling, Check for internal obstructions that are keeping door from closing properly (i.e. improperly closed drawers, ice buckets, oversized or improperly stored containers, etc.)

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    Refrigerator is not plugged in. Fuse is blown, or circuit breaker needs to be reset. Power outage has occurred. Refrigerator is in Sabbath Mode (select models). Ice or water are Freezer door is not closed. not dispensed when pads are Controls are in lock mode (select models).

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    Copper tubing has kinks. Water filter is clogged or needs to be changed. Water valve not opened completely. Dispenser water Refrigerator has been recently installed. is not cold Water supply in holding tank has been depleted. Water has settled into water lines outside holding tank and has warmed to room temperature.

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    If You Need Service • Call the dealer from whom your appliance was purchased or call Maytag ServicessM,Maytag Customer Assistance at 1-800-888-9900 U.S.A. or 1-800-888-2002 Canada, to locate an authorized servicer. • Be sure to retain proof of purchase to verify warranty status.

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