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Important
Safety
Information
Recognize
Safety
Symbols,
Words,
Labels
I
DANGER
I
DANGER--immediate
hazards which WILL resultin severe
personal
injuryor
death,
I
WARNING
I
WARNING--Hazards
or unsafe
practices
which COULD resultin severe
personal injuryor death.
i
CAUT,ON
I
CAUTION--Hazards or
unsafe
practices
which
COULD result
inminorpersonal
injury
or
product
or
property
damage.
What
You
Need
to
Know
about
Safe_
Instructions
Warning
and Important
Safety
Instructions
appearing
in
this
manual
are not meant
to cover
all possible
conditions
and
situations
that
may
occur.
Common
sense,
caution,
and care
must
be
exercised
when
installing,
maintaining,
or operating
refrigerator.
Always
contact
your dealer,
distributor,
service
agent,
or manufacturer
about
problems
or conditions
you do not
understand.
I
WARNING
To
reduce
risk
of
fire,
electric
shock,
serious
injury,
or
death
when
using
your
refrigerator,
follow
these
basic
precautions,
including
the
following:
1.
Read all instructions
before using
8.
DO NOT use
a
two-prong
adapter,
13.
Install refrigerator
according
to
refrigerator.
2.
Observe all local codes and
ordinances
3.
Be sure to follow grounding
instructions.
4.
Check with a qualified
electrician
if you are not sure this appliance
is properly
grounded.
5.
DO NOT ground to
a
gas line.
6.
DO NOT ground to cold water
pipe.
7.
Refrigerator
is designed
to
operate
on a separate
103 to 126
volt, 15 amp., 60 cycle line. DO
NOT modify plug on power cord. If
plug does not fit electrical
outlet,
have proper outlet installed by a
qualified
electrician.
extension cord or power strip.
9.
DO NOT remove warning tag from
power cord.
10.
DO NOT tamper with refrigerator
controls.
11.
DO NOT service or replace
any
part of refrigerator
unless
specifically
recommended
in
owner's
manual or published
user-repair
instructions.
DO NOT
attempt
service if instructions
are
not understood
or if they are
beyond personal
skill level.
12. Always disconnect
refrigerator
from electrical
supply
before
attempting
any sen/ice. Disconnect
power cord by grasping the plug,
not the cord.
Installation
Instructions.
All
connections
for
water,
electrical
power,
and
grounding
must
compl,
with local
codes
and
be
made
by
licensed
personnel
when
required.
14.
Keep
your
refrigerator
in good
condition.
Bumping
or
dropping
refrigerator
can
damage
unit
or
cause
unit to
malfunction
or
leak.
If
damage
occurs,
have
refrigerator
checked
by qualified
service
technician.
15.
Replace
worn
power
cords
and/or
loose
plugs.
16. Always
read
and
follow
manufacturer's
storage
and
ideal
environment
instructions
for
items
being
stored
in
refrigerator.
I
DANGER
To
reduce
risk
of
injury
or
death,
follow
basic
precautions,
including
the
following."
Proper Disposal of Your Refrigerator
IMPORTANT: Child entrapment and suffocationare not problems of the past. Junked or
abandoned refrigerators are stilldangerous-even if they sit out for
"just
a few days". If you are
getting rid of your old
refrigerator,
please follow the instructionsbelow to help prevent accidents.
BEFORE YOU TH ROW AWAY YOUR OLD REFRIGERATOR OR FREEZER:
Take off the doors.
Leave the shelves in place so children may not easily climb inside.
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