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Refrigerator Features; Door Shelves - GE 49-60327 Owner's Manual & Installation Instructions

2 cubic foot models, 3 cubic foot models, 4 cubic foot models, 6 cubic foot models
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About the refrigerator features.
6
Shelves
To remove a shelf, lift up the back slightly and pull forward.
Some models have multi-position shelves that can be moved
to different levels.
Ice Tray Compartment
This compartment is designed for production of ice cubes and
short-term storage (a few days at most) of some commercially-
frozen foods when in contact with the evaporator (cold surface
in compartment.)

Door Shelves

Shelves on the door provide convenient storage for frequently
used items. Some models have doors that are deep enough to
store large bottles.
Key-Ejecting Lock
The key for the spring-loaded lock is automatically ejected—
key will not remain in lock in either the open or closed position.
Keep the key out of reach of children and away from the refrigerator.
If a replacement key is needed, it can be ordered by visiting our
Website www.GEAppliances.com, or calling GE Parts and Accessories,
800.626.2002.
Refrigerator Storage Zones
For best results follow
the recommended
storage zones:
I
The top and (front)
middle shelf are best
for storing fruits and
vegetables.
I
The (rear) middle
shelf and bottom shelf
are best for storing
beverages, deli meats
and cheeses.
BEST FOR BEVERAGES, DELI
MEATS, AND CHEESES
(on some models)
(on some models)
(on cycle defrost all-refrigerator models)
REFRIGERATOR STORAGE ZONES
BEST FOR FRUITS, VEGETABLES
Top Shelf
Case
Middle Shelf
Back
DELI
ZONE
Bottom Shelf
Side View of Refrigerator
FRUIT
ZONE
Door
(Front)

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