If required, correct rocking of unit by
turning rear adjustment screw clock-
wise to raise rocking corner.
If doors are uneven:
• Determine which door needs to be
• Turn front roller adjustment screw
clockwise to raise front corner of
• If the unit has reached the bottom
limit of its adjustment range, and
doors are still not level–lower oppo-
site door by turning roller adjust-
ment screw counterclockwise.
Check with level to verify
back for proper door closure.
• If unit is aligned and stable, replace
toe grille and hinge covers.
Connecting the water
To avoid electrical shock which can
cause severe personal injury or death,
disconnect power to refrigerator
before connecting water supply.
Connect power only after connecting
To avoid property damage, observe
Consult a plumber to connect cop-
per tubing to household plumbing
to assure compliance with local
codes and ordinances.
Confirm water pressure to water
valve is between 20 and 100 PSI. If
water filter is installed, water pres-
sure to water valve must be a min-
imum of 35 PSI.
DO NOT use a self-piercing, or
saddle valve. Both reduce water
flow, become clogged with time,
and may cause leaks if repair is
Tighten nuts by hand to prevent
cross threading. Finish tightening
nuts with pliers and wrenches. DO
Wait 24 hours before placing unit
into final position to check and cor-
rect any water leaks.
" tilt to the
" (6 mm) outer diameter flexible cop-
• Brass nut and sleeve (see literature
• Shut-off valve
into water supply before valve attach-
• Adjustable wrench
NOTE: Add 8' (2.5 m) to tubing length
needed to reach water supply for
creation of service loop.
Create service loop with tubing using
care to avoid kinks in tubing.
" (6 mm) hole to be drilled
Remove plastic cap from water valve
Place brass nut and sleeve on copper
tube end as illustrated.
Place end of copper tubing into water
valve inlet port. Shape tubing slightly –
DO NOT KINK – so that tubing feeds
straight into inlet port.
Slide brass nut over
sleeve and screw nut
into inlet port. Tighten
nut with wrench. Pull on
tubing to confirm con-
nection is secure.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT overtighten.
Cross-threading may occur.
Locate water tubing
clamp and install with
" hex head screw.
Turn on water supply
and check for leaks and
correct, if present.
Monitor water connection for 24
hours. Correct leaks, if necessary.