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Iints
and
Care
How
to
Remove
and
Replace
Light
Bulbs
U
I
WARNING
I
To avoid
electrical
shock which
can cause
severe personal injuryor death,
disconnect power to refrigerator before
replacing light
bulb.
After replacing light
bulb,
connect power,
I
CAUTION
I
To avoid personal injury or property damage, observe the following:
Allow
lightbulb to cool.
Wear gloves when replacing light bulb.
Fresh
food
section
1.
Remove screw from light shield. Retain for
replacement.
1.
Slide shield
toward back
of compartment
to
release from
light assembly.
2.
Remove
light
bulbs.
3.
Replace
with appliance
bulbs
no
greater
than
40
watts,
4.
Replace light bulb cover by inserting
tabs
on lightshield
into liner
holes
on
each
side
of light
assembly.
Slide shield
toward front of unit until it locks into place,
DO NOT force shield beyond
locking
point.
Doing so may damage
light shield.
5.
Replace screw removed
in
step
1.
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Freezer
section
1. Pinch rear tabs
(,4)
on light cover and pull straight
out.
2.
Remove light bulb.
3.
Replace
bulb with
appliance
bulb
no greater
than 40
watts.
4.
Insert
top tabs
(£3)
of lightcover into refrigerator
liner and snap back portion over lightassembly.
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B
How
to
Get
the
Most
Out
of
Your
Energy
Dollar
When
placing
refrigerator
into final
position,
allow
for
1" clearance
around
the top and
sides of unit
to
supply
ample
ventilation
for
optimum
energy
efficiency.
Avoid overcrowding
refrigerator
shelves.
This reduces
effectivity
of
air circulation
around food
and
causes
refrigerator
to mn longer.
Avoid
adding
too much
warm
food
to unit at one time.
This
overloads
compartments
and slows
rate of
cooling.
Do not use aluminum
foil, wax
paper,
or paper
toweling
as shelf
liners.
This decreases
air flow
and
causes
unit to run
less efficiently.
A freezer
that is 2/3full runs most
efficiently.
Locate
refrigerator
in coolest
part of
room. Avoid
areas
of direct
sunlight,
or near
heating
ducts,
registers,
or
other
heat
producing
appliances.
If
this
is not possible,
isolate
exterior
by using
a section
of cabinet
or an
added
layer
of insulation.
Refer
to owner's
manual
section
on
temperature
controls
for
recommended
control
settings
Clean
door gaskets
every
three
months
according
to Owner's
Manual
cleaning
instructions.
This
will assure
that door
seals
properly
and
unit runs
efficiently.
Take time to organize
items
in
refrigerator
to reduce
time that
door
is open.
Be sure your
doors
are closing
securely
by leveling
unit as
instructed
in your
Owner's
Manual.
Clean
condenser
coils
of as
indicated
in the owner's
manual
every
3 months.
This
will increase
energy
efficiency
and cooling
performance.
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