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Power Saver Switch; Temperature Controls - GE TBX22 Use And Care Manual

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setTempelature
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bur refrigerator h astwocontrols
atletyouregulatethetemperature
in thefreshfoodandfreezer
compartments.
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SETTING
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COLDEST
E
B"
FREEZER
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Thefreezercontrolhas settings
from "A"(thewarmest)to "E" (the
coldest).l~itklly set
the
freezer
control
at 'W?'
5
INITIAL SETTING
9
COLDEST
FRESH tWOD
he freshfoodcontrolhas settings
rom "l" (thewarmest)to "9" (the
coldest)and "OFF."
Initially set
the fresh food control at "5?
Forcolderor warmertemperatures,
adjustthedesiredcompartment
control o nenumberat a time.
HWWR'I'ANT: When initiaHy
settingcontrols,or adjustingthem,
allow
24 hours for
temperatures
to stabilize, or even ok
Note: Turning the fresh food
control to "OFF" position stops
coding in bdh
compartnm@-
fl"esh
food and freezer—km does
MM shut off power
to refrigerator.
140VV to Test
Usethe milk
test for the fresh food
compartment.
Placea containerof
milkon thetop shelf in the fresh
-!~5~ hd compartment,Checkit a day
( ~~~~~~
li~ter. i f themilk is too warmor too
""'"cold,adjusttiletemperature
coi~trols.
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Usethe iceawmi
test
f or
the
freezer compartment. Place a
containeroficecreaminthecenter
ofthefreezercompartment. C heck
it aftera day.If it'stoohardor too
soft,adjustthetemperature c ontrols.
Alwaysallow
24
hours for
the refrigeratorto reach the
temperatureyou sete
M'
you turn yourhowwhdd
thermostatbelow(i(')"B?.
at night
. . .youmaywanttoturnthe
lettered
control o nestepcolder, a s from"C"
to "D?'Coolertemperatures i n the
housemaycausethecompressor t o
operate lessfrequently, thusallowing
thefreezercompartment t o warm
somewhat. T oprotectyourfrozen
foodsupply,leaveyour
Zettered
settingat thiscoldersettingforthe
entirewinteror forwhatever p eriod
oftimeyouareturningdownyour
thermostat.Thisis especially
importantwhenthethermostat i s
turneddownforanextended period.
Thischangeshouldhaveno effect
on yourfreshfoodcompartment.
However, i f freezingoccurs,turn
thenumberedcontrolonestep
warmer,as from "5" to "41'-
Whenyoustopturningthe
thermostatdown,turn temperature
controls backtotheirregularsettings.
Power
saver
switch
Thepowersaverswitchis located
on the temperaturecontrolpanel.
POWER SAVER /NIOISTuRE CONTROL
m
I
POWER SAVER SETTING '\&J\F
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IF MOISTURE FORMS
<
BETWEEN DOORS SET HERE
TO
reducethe amount
of
ektrieity required
to
operate
your refrigerator, push switch
tothekftposition.
Thisturns offthe heaterin your
refrigeratorthatpreventsmoisture
fromformingon the cabinet
surfacebetweenthe doors.
5
Withtheheaterturnedoff,there
is a chancethatmoisturemayform
ontheoutsideofyourrefrigerator,
especially whentheweatheris
humid.Thehumidity is mostlikely
to behighin thesummer, i n the
earlymorninghours,andin homes
whicharenotair conditioned.
Overanextended periodoftime,
moisturethatformson thecabinet
surfacemaycausedeterioration of
thepaintfinish.It willbe important
to protectthefinishbyusing
appliance polishwaxas described
on page14.
POWER SAVER/fVIOis~uRE CONTROl-
m
H
POWER SAVERSETTING&
"
IF MOISTURE F0Rh4S
.- i
BETWEENDOORS SET HEF
When the power
saverswitch
is pushed to the right9
electricity
flowsthroughthelowwattage heater
whichwarmsthecabinetsurface
betweenthedoorsand, undermost
conditions, p revents theforming
of moistureor waterdroplets.
No
It is notnecessaryto defrostthe
freezeror freshfoodcompartments.
Althoughyourrefrigeratoris
designedandequippedto defrost
itselfautomatically, somefrost
on packagesis normal.

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