Leveling Your Refrigerator
• Your refrigerator has either casters or two leveling legs which are located in
the front corners of your refrigerator. If it has adjustable legs, after properly
placing your refrigerator in its final position, you can level your refrigerator.
• Leveling legs can be adjusted by turning them clockwise to raise your
refrigerator or by turning them counterclockwise to lower your refrigerator. The
refrigerator door will close easier when the leveling legs are extended.
Proper Air Circulation
• To ensure that your freezer works at the maximum efficiency it was designed
for, you should install it in a location where there is proper air circulation,
plumbing and electrical connections.
• The following are recommended clearances around the freezer:
Top...................35" (to allow the top lid to open)
• Make sure there is a suitable power outlet (115 volts, 15 amps outlet) with
proper grounding to power the freezer.
• Avoid the use of 3-prong adapters or cutting off the third grounding prong in
order to accommodate a 2-prong outlet. This is a dangerous practice since it
provides no effective grounding for the freezer and may result in shock hazard.
Use of Extension Cord
• Avoid the use of an extension cord because of potential safety hazards under
certain conditions. If it is necessary to use an extension cord, use only a 3-wire
extension cord that has a 3-prong grounding plug and a 3-slot outlet that will
accept this plug. The marked rating of the extension cord must be equal to or
greater than the electrical rating of the appliance.