Do not use a cord that shows cracks or abrasion damage along its length or at either the plug or connector end. If your old refrigerator is still around the house but not in use, be sure to remove the doors. This will reduce the possibility of danger to children.
TABLE OF CONTENTS Important Safeguards Parts Energy-Saving Tips Refrigerator Installation Operating Your Refrigerator Care and Cleaning Defrosting Vacation and Moving Reversing the Doors Food Storage Troubleshooting PARTS HRF-350 ME A. Freezer Compartment B. Temperature Control Dial C. Refrigerator Compartment D. Shelves HRF-300 ME E.
The refrigerator is designed for free-standing installation only. It should not be built in. Allow 5/8 inch on each side, and 1 inch over the top of the refrigerator to ease installation and for proper air circulation. Be sure to install your refrigerator on a floor that is strong enough to support it fully loaded.
VACATION AND MOVING WHEN NOT IN USE If your refrigerator will not be used for a period of time, turn the unit off and unplug. Clean the refrigerator (see page 6, Care and Cleaning). Leave the doors open.
(Tools required: #2 Phillips-Head Screwdriver, Flat Blade Screwdriver, 5mm. Socket) Remove the plug plate (1) from the lower left side of the refrigerator using a flat blade screw driver. Loosen the center hinge (2) and remove the freezer compartment door (3) and the refrigerator compartment door (4).
- The doors have been left open. - Frequent door openings let cold air escape. - Air is not circulating freely, remove the refrigerator from the wall and clean. Refrigerator vibrates. - Check to be sure that refrigerator is level. Adjust the leveling legs.