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Electrical
Requirements
ELECTRIC
SHOCK
HAZARD!
Plug
into a grounded
3-prong
outlet.
Never
remove
the grounding
prong
from
the plug.
Never
use an adapter
to bypass
the grounding
prong.
DO NOT
use an extension
cord.
Failure
to follow
these
instructions
can
result
in fire,
electrical
shock,
or death.
dowr
up
Before
you
move
your
outdoor
refrigerator
into its final
location,
it is
important
to make
sure
you
have the proper
electrical
connection:
A standard
electrical
supply
(115 V, 60Hz),
properly
grounded
in
accordance
with the National
Electrical
Code
and local
codes
and
ordinances,
is required.
It is recommended
that
a separate
circuit,
serving
only
your
outdoor
refrigerator,
be provided.
Use receptacles
that
cannot
be turned
off by a
switch
or pull chain.
The
fuse
(or circuit
breaker)
size
should
be 15 Amps.
Recommended
grounding
method
For
your
personal
safety,
this appliance
must
be grounded.
It is
equipped
with a
power
supply
cord
having
a 3-prong
grounding
plug.
To
minimize
possible
shock
hazard,
the cord
must
be plugged
into a
mating
3-pronged
wall
socket,
and
grounded
in accordance
with the
National
Electrical
Code
and local
codes
and ordinances.
If a
mating
wall
socket
is
not
available,
it is the
personal
responsibility
of the customer
to
have
a
properly
grounded,
3-prong
wall
receptacle
installed
by
a qualified
electrician.
Leveling
the outdoor
refrigerator
It is important
for
the
refrigerator
to
be
leveled
in order to work
properly.
It
can
be raised
or lowered
by rotating
the
plastic
sheaths
around
each
of
the
feet
on the
bottom
of the
machine.
If
you find
that the
surface
is
not
level,
rotate
the
feet
until the outdoor
refrigerator
becomes
level .You
may
need
to
make
several
adjustments
to level it. We
recommend
using a
carpenter's
level to
check
the
machine.
1. Place
a carpenter's
level
on top of the product
to see if the refrigerator
is level
from
front
to back
and side
to side.
2. Adjust
the height
of the feet
as follows:
Turn
the leveling
feet
to the right
to lower
that
side
of the refrigerator.
Turn
the leveling
feet
to the left to raise
that
side
of the refrigerator.
IMPORTANT:
Once
you are ready
to install
it in a cabinet
or directly
on
the floor,
you must
adjust
the feet
to level
the outdoor
refrigerator.
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