MOTOR STARTS &
HOT AIR FROM
May be in
defrost cycle when
*Temperature control in OFF position.
light is not on, refrigerator may not be plugg~d in at wdl outiet.
appliance into the same outlet to determine if there is a tripped circuit
Modem refrigerators with mor~ storage space and a larger freuzer
compartment require more operating time,
Normal when refrigerator is first detiverad to your home—usutiy requires
24 hours to completely cool down.
Door left open,
* Temperature controls are set too cold. Refer to instructions for use
of Temperature Controls.
Grille and condenser need cleaning. Rafer to Care and Cleaning page.
Check Energy-Saving Tips.
If refrigerator vibrates, more than Iikely it is not resting solidy on the flmr
and front roller screws or front leveling legs need adjusting or floor is weak
or uneven Refer to Rollers section on Instigation Requirements page.
. E dishes vibrate on shelves, try moving them. Sfight vibration is normal.
The high speed compressor motor required to maintain near zero
temperatures in the large freezer compartment may produce higher sound
levels than your old refrigerator.
'Normal fan air flow-1 fan blows cold air through the refrigerator and
freezer compartments-another fan cools the compressor motor.
These NORMAL sounds will also be heard from time to time:
Defrost timer switch clicks at defrost.
Defrost water dripping.
Temperature control clicks ON or OFF.
Refrigerant boiling or gurgling.
during defrost and refrigeration following defrost.
. Ice cubes dropping into bin and water running in pipes as icem&er refills.
heat be expelled in the area under the refrigerator. Some floor coverings will
discolor at these normal and safe operating temperatures. Your floor covering
supplier should be consulted if you object to this discoloration.
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