Built-In Installation / Start-Up; Installing A Built-In; Initial Start-Up; Blackout Mode - Electrolux 241927600 Use & Care Manual

Electrolux ice maker use & care guide
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Installing a Built-In

Your Electrolux product has been designed for
either free-standing or built-in installation. When
built-in, your ice maker does not require additional
air space for top, sides or rear. However, the front
grille must NOT be obstructed.
NOTE
To ease unit installation and removal, the unit
must be located to allow clearance for water,
drain and electrical connections in the rear of the
ice maker.
Built-In Cabinet Dimensions
Unit Dimensions
Model
Width
EI15IM55GS
14-15/16"
CAUTION
DO NOT install unit behind closed doors.

Initial Start-Up

Once installation and leveling is complete, the unit
is ready for initial start-up and operation. All units
are shipped with controls that are preset. No initial
adjustments are required.
IMPORTANT
It is possible that dirt or scale will dislodge in the
water line. Always throw away all ice cubes made
during the first two to three hours of operation.
Plug into a 115 volt polarized and grounded
electrical outlet.
Open the water supply valve at the main water
source.
To turn the unit on or off, touch and hold
the POWER button on the display panel for
approximately five seconds, then release.
A small LED above the icon will illuminate to
confirm the touch of any controller icon.
The electronic display will show "ICE" when
the unit is on, and "OFF" when the unit is off.
Turning the unit off will override any other
control function.

Built-In Installation / Start-Up

Height
Depth
34-1/8"
24"
UP
POWER
ARROW
DISPLAY
ICE
Figure 24
Blackout Mode (not Star-K certified)
1.
Touch and hold the LIGHT button for ten
seconds, then release (the °F symbol will
flash briefly at the end of the ten second
period).
2.
The control display will go dark for 36 hours.
3.
To exit the Blackout Mode, repeat step 1.

Normal Operating Sounds

All models incorporate rigid foam insulated
cabinets to provide high thermal efficiency and
maximum sound reduction for it's internal working
components. In spite of this technology, your model
may make sounds that are unfamiliar.
Normal operating sounds may be more noticeable
because of the unit's environment. Hard surfaces
such as cabinets, wood/vinyl/tiled floors and
paneled walls have a tendency to reflect normal
operating noises.
Common refrigeration components and a brief
description of the normal operating sounds they
make are listed below. NOTE: Your unit may not
contain all the components listed.
Compressor: The compressor makes a hum
or pulsing sound that may be heard when it
operates
Evaporator: Refrigerant flowing through an
evaporator may sound like boiling liquid.
Condenser Fan: Air moving through a
condenser may be heard.
Automatic Ice Maker: You will hear ice as it
drops from the mold into the ice bin/tray.
Water Valve: The water valve will make an
occasional buzzing sound and running water
will be heard.
LIGHT,

BLACKOUT MODE

DOWN
ARROW
& OTHER FUNCTIONS
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