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Automatic Icemaker ...................................................
12
CFC Disposal .........................................................................
2
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13, 14
Kit .............................................
12
Power Saver Switch .....................................................
5
Shelves ............................................................................
8, 9
Storage Drawers ................................................
10,'11
Controls ................................................
5
Behind Refrigerator ......................................................
16
Cleaning--lnside
and Outside ...................... 15
Clearances .......................................................................
19
Drawer and Cover Removal .....................
16, 17
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17
Location ...................................................................................
19
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18
Rollers ..........................................................................................
19
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16
Water Filter Accessory ..............................................
12
Water Supply to Icemaker .................................
18
Solver .............................
27-29
Sounds ........................... 27
More questions
?_An the United States call
GE Answer Center° 800.626.2000
in Canadaconsultyour local telephone
directoryfor the CamcoService Center
20-26
Plug ...............................................................
20
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20
Extension Cords .............................................................
20
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20
Reversing the Door Swing .......................
23-26
Water Line Installation ..................................
21,22
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2, 4
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2
Model and Serial Numbers ..............................
2
31
Warranty for U. S, Customers ............
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   Summary of Contents for GE 19

  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Canadian Customers ..... Location ................... Warranty for U. S, Customers .... Back Cover iiiii!i!_!i!_ii! Moving and Vacation ........... Rollers ..................Under Refrigerator ..........Water Filter Accessory ..........Water Supply to Icemaker ......... Top-Mount N o-Frost Models 18,19, 2 1,22,24and25 GEAppliances...
  • Page 2: Cfc Disposal

    WELCOME Welcome to the GE family. We're proud of our quality products and we believe in dependable service. You'll see it in this easy-to-use guide and you'll hear it in the friendly voices of our customer service staff. Best of...
  • Page 3: Sace_/instructions

    V[PORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Read aH instructions before using this appliance. o Don't refreeze frozen foods which have thawed :A :WARNING--When using this appliance, always exercise basic safety precautions, completely. The United States Department including the following: Agriculture in Home and Garden Bulletin No.
  • Page 4 And you can call any time GE Answer Center ® service is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week,, In Canada c ontact M anager, Consumer Relations, Camco, Inc., 2645SIo/mark Avenue, Mississauga,...
  • Page 5: Power Saver Switch

    TEMPERATURE CONTROLS The freezer control The temperature controls in your refrigerator have letters and numbers. Initially set the freezer moves a damper to control at "C" and the fresh food control at "52' change the amount of cold air that The fresh food control maintains the temperatures...
  • Page 6: Food Storage Suggestions

    FOOD STORAGE SUGGESTIONS New techniques are constantly being developed Use these storage times as guidelines for good eating Consult the County Extension Service or your local quality. The type of packaging used and the storage Utility Company for the latest information on freezing temperatures wilt affect how long food will keep in...
  • Page 7 Refrigerator[ Freezer Foods Time Time Storage Tips Since vegetables remain fresh longest in a moist environment, they should be stored in the Fresh FRESH VEGETABLES drawer with the contro! on the "Vegetables" setting. If the drawers axe full, store vegetables in plastic bags or plastic containers to prevent moisture loss.
  • Page 8: Shelves

    SHELVES How to Rearrange YourSheLves (on some models) Shelves in the fresh To replace shelves: Select the desired shelf food and fl'eezer height. With shelf front compartments raised slightly, engage adjustable° Engage top hook top hooks in tracks at To remove shelves: rear of cabinet., Then Lower to lock Tilt the shelf up at...
  • Page 9 Quick Serve:M System (onsome models) CookJng-serving_storage Dishes and lids are safe for use in microwave ovens, dishes with durable see- refrigerators, freezers, and are dishwasher-safe. through lids fit into a dishes should not be used for cooking high-fat foods, rack that hangs on the such as bacon, and high-sugar foods, such as candy fresh food or freezer...
  • Page 10 STORAGE DRAWERS Fruit & Vegetable Drawers Moist'n Fresh Drawer (on some models) The storage drawers at the bottom of the flesh food This refligerated drawer is designed to keep compartment are designed to provide high humidity unwrapped foods fresh by retaining the natural moisture content of foods such as:...
  • Page 11 7--- Snacks Drawer Adjustable Humidity Drawers (on some models) (on some models) The slide-out Snacks drawer can be removed These drawers have and taken to the sink or individual, adjustable food preparation area. humidity controls that let u/" ..'-ll You may also relocate you regulate the amount of...
  • Page 12: Operating Instructions, Tips Automatic Icemaker

    AUTOMATIC ICEMAKER (on some models) A new,y-,nst ,od, ,e,,a,o 8 to 12 hours to begin making ice. Your icemaker will produce eight cubes per Icemaking will continue until the feeler' arm senses a cycle--approximately 100 cubes in a 24-hour period, sufficient accumulation of ice cubes in the storage bin...
  • Page 13: Ice Dispenser

    ICE DISPENSER (on some models) A newly-installed refrigerator may take 8 to 12 hours to begin making ice. How the Ice Dispenser Works When the selector switch is set at ICE CUBES... (1) The automatic icemaker fills the (2) ice storage bin_ (3) Pushing on the ice cradle activates (4) motor-powered auger which moves the ice...
  • Page 14 ICE DISPENSER (continued) To Use the Dispenser Set the selector switch to ICE Do not pour water in the CUBES or CRUSHED ICE. spill shelf because it is not self-draining. Pour it Press the tim of the glass in kitchen sink.
  • Page 15: Care And Cgeaning

    CARE AND CLEANING Cleaning--Outside The ice dispenser spill shelf (on some models) Keep the finish clean. Wipe with a clean cloth lightly should be wiped dry immediately to prevent spotting dampened with kitchen appliance wax or mild liquid if excessive spills occur.
  • Page 16: Behind Refrigerator

    CARE CLEANING (continued) Behind Refrigerator Under Refrigerator Care should be taken in moving your refrigerator For most efficient away from the wall. All types of floor coverings operation, you need to be damaged, particularly cushioned coverings keep the area under the those with embossed surfaces, Pull the refrigerator refrigerator...
  • Page 17: Light Bulb Replacement

    Full-Width Drawer with Plastic Cover Half-Width Drawer with Plastic Cover (on some models) (on some models) To remove the To remove the drawer, P, \_ drawers, lift the lift the front up slightly ::::i: _i _l and pull the drawer' _---_!_t front up slightly straight out.
  • Page 18: Il Iiiii!i!_!i!_ii! Moving And Vacation

    A water supply lit corltaining copper tubing, shutoff valve, fittings and instructions is available at extra cost from your dealer or GE Service and Parts Centers, There should be sufficient tubing fi'om the cold water supply to the icemaker inlet to allow moving the refrigerator...
  • Page 19: Clearances

    CLEARANCES Allow the following clearances for ease of If Model 19, 22, or 25 is to be installed against a wall installation, proper air circulation and plumbing on the hinge side, allow 1½" (44 mm) for door...
  • Page 20: Ilnstahation

    iNSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS I_ORTANT...PIease Read Carefully How to Connect Electricity Have the wall outlet and circuit checked by a For personal Preferred method qualified electrician to make sure the outlet is safety, this properly grounded appliance must be properly grounded. Where a standard 2-prong wall outlet is encountered, it is your personal responsibility...
  • Page 21: Water Line Installation

    _UTUOH: WARRAHTY IHFGRt_JITiON • if you use your refrigerator before connecting This water line installation is not warranted the water line, make sure the icemaker feeler the refrigerator or icemaker manufacturer. arm is kept in the STOP (up) position. Follow these instructions carefully...
  • Page 22 ROUT[ TMn: COIPP|R TUB_KG B|TWHK c. Insert the end of the copper tubing into the water valve connection as far as possible. While CGLD WATER LIK_ AnW)Tnt R|FRIG|_TGR. holding the tubing, tighten the fitting. Route the tubing through a hole drilled in the d.
  • Page 23: Reversing The Door Swing

    TO REMOV|THE900R$ NOTE: DOORS ON i i1_1 _ :_1 iiii ......DISPENSER MODELS DO NOT REVERSE. When reversing a. Unplug the refrigerator from its door svAng: electrical outlet • Read the instructions b. Empty all door shelves, including all the way through dairy compartment.
  • Page 24 TO R|V| E HARDWAR|GH CSIHET I_] T_$F|R CEHTR HIIHG| B_CK|T TOTfl| Ut"T. T_$_R B@TTGMKgHGEBP_CKETTG THE LEFT, a. Remove the base _ne, Grasp it at the bottom and pull it straight out. Do not remove this screw Plastic washer Center right Bottom right a.
  • Page 25 Te R[_VIR$| DOORHAHDL|$ :::l. u in Left side Right side T_$FIR FRESH FOODDOGEUA_DLI TI_I$1F|R [Rl_IR DO011_._DL_ TOTn_ RItGKT, TO ][Hl RUG_?. To remove handle... Left Side Right Side o Remove handle plug using putty knife under edge, and remove screw underneath_ o Remove two screws holding...
  • Page 26 TOR|_NG FR|$[] FOOD D00R TO REHANG FREr_EIR DOOR t Center hinge pin a. Lower bottom socket of fresh food door onto on bottom hinge bracket. Be sure washer is in place. b. Tilt door toward cabinet and gently push door under center hinge...
  • Page 27: Problem Solver

    NORMAL OPERATING SOUNI)S These sounds are normal and are due mostly to high efficient operation. Icemaker Evaporator (on some models) You may hear air being Occasionally you witl forced tt-aough the hear' ice cubes dropping cabinet by the fan into the ice bin° Evaporator Cold Control The flow of refrigerant...
  • Page 28 QUESTIONS? USE THIS PROBLEM SOLVER PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE • May be in defrost cYcle when motor does not operate for about 30 minutes. ilTemperamre:ic0tltrol in OFF poSition. ' :If intefiorfight:_s:not onl refrigerator may notbe plugged in at wall outlet. ,i:If pifig iis:Se(ure and the refrigerator still fails to operate, plug a larnp or a small :::appliance into the same outlet to determine if there ig a tripped circuit breaker or : :burned out fuse.
  • Page 29 Mississauga, Ontario Canada L4W 4H2 NEXT, if you are still not pleased, write all the details--including your phone number--to: Manager, Consumer' Relations GE Appliances Appliance Park Louisville, KY 40225 FINALLY, if your problem is Still not resolved, write: Major Appliance...
  • Page 30 NOTES...
  • Page 31: Warranty For Canadian Customers

    Camco Service is available coast-to-coast. See Consumer Services section for service information_ If further help is needed concerning this Warranty, contact: Manager, Consumer Relations Camco Inc., Consumer Service 2645 Skymark Avenue, Mississauga, Ontario L4W 4H2 Top-Mount No-Frost Models I8, 19, 21,22, 24 and 25...
  • Page 32 If further help is needed concerning this warranty, write: Manager---Consumer Affairs, Appliance Park, Louisville, KY 40225 This book is printed on recycled paper. Top-Mount No-Frost Models 18, 19, 21, 22, 24 and 25 Pub. No. 49-6803 I Part No. 162D3948PO02 Printed in the United States 12_95...

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