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Important Safety Information; Safety Precautions; Use Of Extension Cords - GE GSH22JFTDWW Owner's Manual

Models 20, 22, 25
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION.
READALLINSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING.
WARNING!
Use this appliance only for its intended purpose as described in this Owner's Manual.
SAFETY P RECAUTIONS
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should be followed, including the following:
_:i: T his refrigerator
must be proi)erl } installed
and located
in accordance
with the Instnllation
Instructions
before
it is used.
::_Do not allow children
to climb, stand or hang
on the shelves in the refl_igerat(m
They could
damage
the reii_igerator
and seriously iqjm'e
themselves.
_:i:Do not
touch
the
cold
sm_i_ces
in the
fl'eezer
compartment
when
hands
are
damp
or wet. Skin
mm
stick
to these
extremely
cold
stw[hces.
::_Do not store or use gasoline
or other
flammable
\_q)m_ and liqtfids in tile vicinity of this or any
other
api)liance.
i?: Setting the fl'eezer
control
to the 0 (off) posidon
does not remove
power
to the light circtfit.
::_Do not refi'eeze frozen
foods which
have thawed
completely.
i_::In reli_igerato_s
Mth
automatic
icemake_s,
avoid
contnct
with
tile moving
parts
_ff tile
ejector
mechanism,
or with
the
heating
element
that
releases
the
cubes.
Do
not place
fingers
or
hands
on the
automatic
icemaking
mechanism
while
the
refl_igerator
is i)lugged
in.
::_ Kee I) finge_
out of tile "pinch
point"
areas;
clearances
between
tile (loo_
and
between
the
(loots
and
cabinet
are
necessarily
small.
Be careful
closing
(lores
when
children
are
in the
area.
:_/_ U nI)lug tile refl_igerator beim'e cleaning and
making repairs.
NOTE" We. s trongly recommend t hatanyservicing be
performed by a qualifiedindividual
DANGER!RISK OF CHILDENTRAPMENT
PROPER DISPOSAL OFTHE REFRIGERATOR
Child entral)inent
and sttfli_cation
are not problems
of tile past. Junked
or abandoned
refl_igeratm_
are
still dangerous...even
if tile)' will sit for "just a few
dm:s." If wm are getting
rid of yore" old refi_igeratm;
please tollow the instructions
below to help prevent
accidents.
Before You Threw Away YourOld Refrigerator
or Freezer:
iJi:: _ ke
off tile doms.
!i?: I ,eaxe tile shelves in place so that children
may
not easily climb inside.
Refrigerants
_dl reti_igeration
products
contnin
refl_igerants,
which
under
fecleral law ImlSt be removed
prior
to l)roduct
disposal.
If w)u are getting
rid ot an
old reti_igeration
product,
check with tile company
handling
tile disposal
about what to tie.
USE OFEXTENSION CORDS
Because of potential safety hazards under certain conditions, we strongly recommend
against the use of an extension cord.
However;
if)ou
must
use an extension
cord,
it is absolutely
necessar_
that
it be a UIAisted
(in tile
United
States)
or a CSA-listed
(in Canada),.
-wn'e ,gr°/mdin'"o
la,,l}e appliance
extension
cord
haxing
a gro/mding
t),]}e i}lug and
outlet
and
that
the
electrical
rating
of the
cord
be
15 amperes
(minim
urn)
and
190 xolts.

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