• Make sure there is a suitable power Outlet (115 volts, 15 amps outlet)
with proper grounding to power the refrigerator.
• Avoid the use of three plug adapters or cutting off the third grounding in
order to accommodate a two plug outlet. This is a dangerous practice
since it provides no effective grounding for the refrigerator and may
result in shock hazard.
Use of Extension Cords
• Avoid the use of an extension cord because of potential safety hazards
under certain conditions. If it is necessary to use an extension cord, use
only a 3-wire extension cord that has a 3-blade grounding plug and a
3-slot outlet that will accept the plug. The marked rating of the extension
cord must be equal to or greater than the electrical rating of the appliance.
• Do not install your refrigerator in any location not properly insulated or
heated e.g. garage etc. Your refrigerator was not designed to operate in
temperature settings below 55˚ Fahrenheit.
• Select a suitable location for the refrigerator on a hard even
surface away from direct sunlight or heat source e.g. radiators,
baseboard heaters, cooking appliances etc. Any floor unevenness
should be corrected with the leveling legs located on the front bottom
corners of the refrigerator.