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~LP US~LP YOU.. .
Read this book carefully.
It is intended to help you operate and maintain your new
refrigerator properly.
Keep it handy for answers to your questions.
Write down the model and serial numbers.
You'll see them on a label on the wall beside the top drawer or at the
bottom, inside the fresh food compartment door.
Please write these numbers here:
ModelNumber
If you received a damaged refrigerator...
Immediately contact the dealer (or builder) that sold you
the refrigerator.
Save time and money.
Before you request service...
Check the Problem Solver in the back of this book. It lists minor
operating problems that you can correct yourself.
Products are continuously being improved...
Therefore product features and specifications may change or
vary slightly.
Serial Number
Use these numbers in any correspondence or service calls concerning
your refrigerator.
WORT~
S~TY
~STRUCTIONS
Read all instructions before using this appliance.
A
WARMNG—When usingthisappliance,
alwaysexercisebasicsafetyprecautions,
including thefollowing:
Use this appliance only for its intended purpose
as
described in thisUseandCareGuide.
a /
This refrigeratormust be properly
'Q.,";'
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>4 . installed and located in accordancewith
..~
the Installation Instructions before it
is used.
Never unplug your refrigeratorby pulling on the
power cord.
Alwaysgripplugfirmlyandpull
straightoutfromtheoutlet.
Repair or replaceimmediatelyall electric service
cords that have become frayed or otherwise
damaged.
Donotusea cordthatshowscracksor
abrasiondamagealongits lengthor at eithertheplug
or appliance end.
When moving your appliance away from
the wall, be careful not to roll over or damage the
power cord.
Do not allow children to ctimb, stand or hang on
the shelves in the refrigerator.
Theycoulddamage
therefrigerator a ndseriously injurethemselves.
a
If your old refrigeratoris stili around the
house but not in use, be sure to remove the
doors.
Thiswillreducethepossibility of
dangerto children.
2
After your refrigeratoris in operation, do not
touch the cold surfacesin the freezercompartment,
particularlywhen hands are damp or wet.
Skin
mayadhereto theseextremely coldsurfaces.
Do not place fingers or hands on the automatic
ice-making mechanism whiie the refrigeratoris
plugged in.
Thiswillpreventcontactwiththe
movingpartsof theejectormechanism, o r withthe
heatingelementthatreleasesthecubes.
Do not allow anyoneto c~mb, sit, stand or hang on
the RefreshmentCenter Compartmentdoor.
They
coulddamagetherefrigerator a ndmaybeeventip it
over,causingseverepersonalinjury.
Don't refreezefrozen foods which have thawed
completely.
Foodsafetyexpertssay:
".. .Youmaysafelyrefreeze frozenfoodsthathave
thawedif theystillcontainicecrystalsor if theyare
stillcold—below 40°F(4°C.).
".. .Thawedgroundmeats,poultryor fishthathave
anyoff-odoror off-colorshouldnotbe refrozenand
shouldnotbe eaten.Thawedicecreamshouldbe
discarded. I f theodoror colorof anyfoodis pooror
questionable, getridof it. Thefoodmaybe
dangerous to eat,
"., .Evenpartialthawingandrefreezing reducesthe
eatingqualityof foods,particularly fruits,vegetables
andpreparedfoods.Theeatingqualityof redmeatis
affectedlessthanthatof manyotherfoods.Use
refrozenfoodsas soonas possibleto saveas muchof
theireatingqualityas youcan,"

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