• Reinstall theP-clamp around t hesmall wiring bundle ( with
one yellow plug), thenreplace theP-clamp onthetop
screw hole oftherouting p late. See Graphic 3.
Gently r oute thelarge w iring bundle ( with twowhite plugs)
through t hehole intherouting p late, sothatthewiring
runs behind t heright s ide oftherouting p late. S ee
NOTE: The large wiring bundle s hould always r emain
below thesmall wiring bundle.
Reconnect the wiring plugs totheelectrical housing, then
push thehousing back under therefrigerator.
hole inthefront l ipofthehousing withtheright h ole inthe
base crossbar. See Graphic 3.
Reinstall thewiring clipover t hegrommets. First i nstall the
smaller grommet into thetopoftheclip, t hen install the
larger grommet into thebottom oftheclip(closest tothe
screw hole). See Graphic 3.
Align theclip's screw hole with thelefthole inthe electrical
housing and theright h ole inthecrossbar, and screw in
theclipusing a single s crew. Tighten screw. See
Once c onnected, thewiring bundles should
notbetaut. S ome flexibility isneeded t oallow thefreezer
door t oopen properly.
6. Replace therefrigerator
door b ylifting thedoor o nto the
bottom right h inge.
7. Align and replace thetopright h inge a sshown. See Graphic 6.
8. Replace theicestorage b inandany adjustable door o rutility
9. Plug refrigerator
intoagrounded 3 prong outlet.
Leveling and Door Closing
Your refrigerator has two adjustable front feet -- one on the right
and one on the left. In most cases, the refrigerator should be
steady when both feet are touching the floor. If your refrigerator
seems unsteady or if you want the doors to close more easily,
adjust the refrigerator's tilt using the instructions below:
1. Move the refrigerator into its final location. If necessary, open
both doors to 90 ° and remove the base grille. See Graphic 1.
2. The two leveling feet are located on the brackets on each side
of the product. See Graphic 8.
NOTE: Having someone push against the top of the refrigerator
takes some weight off the leveling feet. This makes it easier to
3. Use a 1/4"open-ended or adjustable wrench to adjust the
leveling feet. Turn the leveling foot to the left to raise that side
of the product, or turn it to the right to lower that side of the
4. Open both doors again and check that they close as easily as
you like. If not, tilt the refrigerator slightly more to the rear by
turning the leveling feet to the left. It may take several more
turns, and you should turn both leveling feet the same
NOTE: Whenever you need to move the refrigerator, turn the
leveling feet to the right until they are no longer touching the
ground. This will allow the refrigerator to roll more easily.
A refrigerator that is not level from side-to-side
may appear to
have doors that are not properly aligned. If the doors appear this
way, use the instructions
in the previous section to check the
The doors are designed to be slightly different heights when the
refrigerator is empty, in order to account for the weight of food
that will be placed on the doors. If the doors are still not aligned
after checking the leveling and loading the refrigerator with food,
follow the steps below to adjust the door alignment.
1. If necessary, open both doors to 90 ° and remove the base
grille. See Graphic 1.
2. Locate the alignment screw on the bottom hinge of the
refrigerator door. See Graphic 9.
3. Use a 5/le" open-ended or adjustable wrench to turn the screw.
To raise the refrigerator door, turn the screw to the right. To
lower the door, turn the screw to the left.
4. Check that the doors are even at the top. If necessary,
continue to turn the alignment screw until the doors are
5. Open both doors to 90 °. Replace the base grille. See
Style 1 - Setscrews
PARTS INCLUDED: Door handles (2), 1/8"hex key, spare
To Install the Handles:
NOTE: The handle mounting setscrews are preinstalled in the
1. Remove the handles, which are packed inside the refrigerator.
NOTE: To avoid scratching the finish, place the handles on a
towel or other soft surface.
2. Open the freezer door. On the refrigerator door, place the
handle on the shoulder screws with the setscrews facing the
A. Shoulder screws
B. Setscrews inside the handle
3. Firmly push the handle toward the door until the handle base
is flush against the door.
4. While holding the handle, insert the short end of the hex key
into the upper hole and slightly rotate the hex key until it is
engaged in the setscrew.