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Before
You
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GUIDE
PROBLEM
Before
calling
for service, review
this list. It may save you time
and
expense. This list includes
common
occurrences
that
are not the
result of defective
workmanship
or materials
in this appliance.
CAUSE
CORRECTION
APPLIANCE
OPERATION
Appliance
does not run.
Appliance
is plugged
into
a circuit
that
has a ground
fault interrupt.
Temperature
control
is in
the "OFF" position.
Appliance
may not be
plugged
in, or plug may
be loose.
House fuse blown or
tripped
circuit
breaker.
Power outage.
Appliance
runs too much
Room or outside
weather
or too
long.
is hot.
Appliance
has recently
been disconnected
for a
period of time.
Large amount
of warm
or hot food
have been
stored
recently.
Door is opened too
frequently
or kept open
too
long.
Appliance
door may be
slightly
ajar.
Temperature
control
is set
too
low.
Appliance
gaskets are
dirty, worn, cracked
or
poorly fitted.
MaxFreeze switch
is "ON"
Interior
appliance
Temperature
control
is set
temperature
is too cold.
too
low.
MaxFreeze switch is "ON"
Interior
appliance
Temperature
control
is set
temperature
is too warm.
too
warm.
Lid is open too frequently
or kept
open too
long.
Large amount
of warm or
hot food have been stored
recently.
Appliance
has recently
been disconnected
for a
period of time.
Appliance
external
surface
The external
appliance
temperature
is warm.
walls can be as much
as 30°F warmer
than
room temperature.
o
o
Use another
circuit.
If you are
unsure about the
outlet,
have it
checked
by a certified
technician.
See Thermostat
Setting.
Ensure plug is tightly
pushed
into outlet.
Check/replace
fuse with a 15-amp
time delay fuse. Rest
circuit
breaker.
Check house lights. Call local
electric
company.
It's normal for the appliance to work
harder under these
conditions.
It takes
24 hours for the appliance
to
cool
down
completely.
o
o
o
o
Warm
food will
cause
appliance
to run more
until the
desired
temperature
is reached.
Warm
air entering
the
appliance
causes
it to run more.
Open the
door less often.
See "Door
Problems':
Turn control
knob to a warmer
setting.
Allow several
hours for the
temperature
to stabilize.
Clean or change gasket.
Leaks in
the
lid seal will cause appliance
to run longer
in order to maintain
desired temperature.
Deactivate
Maxfreeze
switch.
Turn control
knob to a warmer
setting.
Allow several
hours for the
temperature
to stabilize.
Deactivate Maxfreeze
switch.
o
Turn control
knob to a colder
setting.
Allow several
hours for the
temperature
to stabilize.
Warm
air entering
the
appliance
causes it to run more.
Open the
door less often.
Wait until the appliance
has had
a chance to reach its selected
temperature.
Appliance
requires
24 hours to cool
down
completely.
This is normal while
the
compressor
works to transfer
heat
from
inside the appliance
cabinet.
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