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Kenmore Refrigerator Owner's Manual

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  • Page 1 Kenmore Best Owner's Manual...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Sears Service Your Kenmore has added value when you consider that Sears has nationwide service units staffed by Sears-trained technicians...professional technicians specifically trained to service SEARS appliances, having the parts, tools and equipment to insure that we meet our pledge to you... "We Service What We Sell."...
  • Page 3: Unpacking

    Door Handles WARNING To Avoid The Risk Of Personal Injury, Property Damage Or Death unplug the refrigerator before attempting to remove the door handles. REMOVE THE FREEZER TOP DOOR EDGE TRIM PIECE. Remove the three screws holding the trim to the top of the door.
  • Page 4: Door Removal

    TUBE WATER TUBE FIGURE 10 LOWER HINGE BRACKET 9. Remove tape from top of refrigerator door. 10. Remove the refrigerator door assembly by lifting off the bottom hinge pins. Note: At this point the refrigerator may fit through the door- way.
  • Page 5: Connecting The Ice And Water

    45 ° angle for the refrig- erator and freezer door clearance (see Figure 12). To build-in your refrigerator a Perimeter Trim Kit is available at an additional cost. A recessed electrical outlet installed on the back kitchen wall allows for a built-in installation of your refrigerator.
  • Page 6: Dimensions

    Dimensions ICE AND WATER SXS MODEL "['INCLUDES DOOR TRIM ' 'A' ' 1¾--_ Hinge 68 3/4 Cover 67 1/2 "B ... C" "A" OC* BACKOC*BACK "D ... E" CABINET TOCAB FRZDOORREFDOOR MODEL WIDTH FRONT HANDLE OPEN90° OPEN 90° 35 3/4 23 1/2 27 3/8 39 5/8...
  • Page 7: Operating Ice And Water Dispenser

    The Water Dispenser Works The water reservoir is located in the refrigerator behind the crisper pan. The water line to the dispenser bar is routed in a special way to prevent freeze-ups. The water dispensing lever energizes the water line solenoid valve to add water to the water reservoir.
  • Page 8 Operating Ice and WATER LINE TO THE ICE MAKER HOW THE WATER DISPENSER WORKS This water is cooled in the water reser- voir. Some water remains in the water line to the dispenser, causing the first glass of water to be somewhat warmer than the following glasses.
  • Page 9 Operating Ice and WATER SUPPLY TUBE ICE MAKER SHUT-OFF SHUT-OFF ARM EXTENSION HARVEST AUGER WATER DISPENSER U_"_P? _lCE =SPENSER FIGURE 14A Servicing The Ice Dispenser Certain conditions will require you to service the ice maker and dispenser. The unit has been designed so that you can do such servicing with a minimum of effort.
  • Page 10: General Features

    Shelf Ice and Water Dispenser Adjustable Freezer Door Shelves Glide-out Basket *Features may vary from model to model. Your refrigerator may not have all of the features shown. Refrigerator/Freezer Controls Ice Bin Defrost Drain Pan and Condenser (Behind Toe Grille)
  • Page 11: Setting The Controls

    If it is turned OFF, neither the Freezer nor the Refrigerator will cool. All of the electrical circuits remain ener- gized except for the compressor and fan motors. The control has settings, from "1" (the warmest) to "4" (the cold- est).
  • Page 12 6 hours. See Figure 17. REFRIGERATOR: Place the thermom- eter in a glass of water and place the glass in the middle of the refrigerator section. Be sure air can flow around it. Wait 3 to 4 hours, check the tempera-...
  • Page 13: Refrigerator Features

    Refrigerator Features Adjustable Cantilever Glass Shelves. These shelves attach to metal tracks in the back of the interior.To remove, tap upwards at rear of shelf hooks. Lift shelf and pull out. To install, tilt shelf and engage upper hooks in desired track slots.
  • Page 14: Freezer Features

    Refrigerator Refrigerator Egg Storage. A removable take-to- counter egg bucket. To clean wash in soapy water. Store the egg bucket in either the door or on a shelf. Butter storage. Foods stored in the door include butter in the dairy compart- ment.
  • Page 15: Other Features

    Features Automatic Frost Free Operation The freezer and refrigerator sections are completely frost-free. The evaporator coil in the back wall of the freezer sec- tion collects the frost. Under normal operating conditions, you'll never have to defrost the unit, because it's automatic.
  • Page 16 UNPLUG THE POWER CORD BEFORE REPLACING A BURNED OUT LIGHT BULB OR BEFORE CLEANING. Remove all food and special compart- ments from the freezer and refrigerator sections. Exterior. Wash with warm, soapy water, rinse and dry. Use appliance polish or wax periodically to keep the exterior looking like new.
  • Page 17: Care And Cleaning

    Reconnect Power Cord. After clean- ing, reconnect the power cord. Odors. If an offensiveodor appears to be lingering in the refrigerator or freezer, the following procedures may eliminate the problem. Always begin with Method I. Use Method II only if the odor persists.
  • Page 18: Save Energy

    Remove the compressor compart- ment cover from the bottom rear of the refrigerator to reveal the water You Can Help Your New RefrigeratodFreezer is designed to operate efficiently You can help reduce energy consumption by fo!- lowing these suggestions: Power Miser Control.
  • Page 19 • Is the condenser area clean? (See page 16.) • Adjust freezer control. (See page 11.) If refrigerator section is too warm: • See prior sections. • Adjust refrigeratorcontrol. (See page 11.) • Adjust freezer controlto a colder set- ting.
  • Page 20 For one year from the date of purchase, when this refrigerator is operated and maintained according to instructions attached to or furnished with the product, Sears will repair this refrigerator, free of charge, if defective in material or workmanship, ON SEALED REFRIGERATIONSYSTEM...