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usingthis
ppliarrce, a lwaysexercise basi~
safetyprecautions,
i ncludingthe
following:
* use this
only for its
purpose as described in
thisUseand CareBook.
* This
must be
installedin accordance
with the
Instlwctimls
it is used. Seegrounding
instructions belowandonpage4.
* Neverurlphyg you refrigerator
by
on the powercord.
Always grip plugfirmlyandpull
straightoutfromtheoutlet.
=
m
electric
service cords that have
become frayed!or otherwise
danqyxl.
Do notuse a cordthat
showscracksor abrasiondamage
alongitslengthor at eithertheplug
or connectorend.
@ Do not allowchildren to Chllbg
stand or hang on the shelvesin
he
refrigerator.
Theycould
arnagethe refrigeratorand
seriouslyinjurethemselves.
~After your
refrigerator is in
operation do not touch the cold!
sd'aces9
when hands
are damp or wet. Skinmayadhere
to theseextremelycoldsurfaces.
a
~fyow
has
$3H
im!mdm; do
not
pkm!
fingers
Cwr
hds
m
the
mechanismwhile the
is pluggedMeThiswillhelpprotect
youfrompossible injury. R willalso
prevent i nterference wi* themoving
partsoftheejectormechanism, o r
withtheheatingelementthat
releasesthecubes.
@ when movingyour refrigerator
awayfrom
thewan,be Carefid notto
rolloveror dalnage!the powerWYL
e m~9~ mf-
fiwzenfoodsW41M'11
havethawedconqdetdy.
The
UnitedStatesDepartment o f
Agriculture in HomeandGarden
BulletinNo. 69 says:
'6.. . You maysafelyrefreezefrozen
foodsthathavethawedif theystill
containicecrystalsor if theyare
stillcold—below 40"F.
".. .Thawed groundmeats,poultry
or fishthathaveanyoff-odoror
off-color s houldnotbe refrozen and
shouldnotbe eaten.Thawedice
creamshouldbe discarded.If the
odoror colorofanyfoodis pooror
questionable, g etrid of it. Thefood
maybe dangerous to eat.
"Evenpartialthawing andrefreezing
reducethe eatingqualityof foods,
particularlyfruits,vegetables and
preparedfoods.Theeatingquality
ofredmeatsis affected lessthan
thatofmanyotherfoods.IJse
refrozen foodsas soonaspossible to
savetismuchoftheireatingqwdity
as youcan:'
@ If your old
refrigeratoris still
around the housebut not in US6!J
be sure to remve the doors.
This
willreducethe possibility of
dangerto children,
@Unplug your refrigerator:
A. Beforemakinganyrepairs.
Note:Westronglyrecommend
thatanyservicing be performed
by a qualifiedindividual.
B. Beforecleaning.
C Beforereplacinga burned-out
lightbulb,therefrigerator should
be unplugged in orderto avoid
contactwithalive wire filament.
(A burned-out l ightbulbmay
breakwhenbeingreplaced.)
Note:Turningcontrolto OFF
positiondoesnotremovepower
to thelightcircuit.
@
Do
not
t rq.lera$e your
in
the
presence
of
explosive
frees.
Requiremen@—IMPORTANT.
.. PleaSe
Read
C arefully@
FOii-
personal
s afety,
this
must
be
p"opedy
Thepowercord of this appliance
isequippedwith a three-prong
(grounding)plugwhichmateswith
,.$--- .<"
.,.:,LI s tandardthree-prong(grounding)
PREFERRED
METHOD
F
m
QIQ 9
%
3P
~1–- : '
.9
\+
'%,
'-i
INSURE PROPER
GROUND E XISTS
/
BEFORE USE
Fig. 1
Havewalloutletandcircuitchecked
..-.
. .
3
Wherea standardtwo-prongwall
outletis encountered, i t is your
personalresponsibility and
obligationto haveit replacedwith
a properlygroundedthree-prong
walloutlet.
DO N(YF9 U NDERANY
(3inI'
43RREMOVETIw?l m mwD
@wuND)
PRONG FROM
THE
CORD*
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