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IMPORTANT SAFETYINFORMATION.
READALL INSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING
GEAppliances
webs/te
For
more
information
on
your
refrigerator's
operation,
visit
www,
GEAppliances.com
or
call
800, GECARES {800, 432,2737),
In Canada
visit
GEApplMnces.ca
or ca//800,567,3344,
REFRIGERATOR
SAFETY INFORMATION
A
This is the safety
alert
symbol.
This symbol
alerts
you to potential
hazards
that
can
kill or hurt you and others.
All safety
messages
will follow
the safety
alert
symbol
and the word
"DANGER", "WARNING", or "CAUTION".
These words
are defined
as:
_
Indicates
a hazardous
situation
which
if not avoided,
will
result
in death
or serious
injury.
_
Indicates
a hazardous
situation
which
if not avoided,
could
result
in death
or serious
injury.
_
Indicates
a hazardous
situation
which
if not avoided,
could
result
in minor
or moderate
injury.
IMPORTANT
SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
To reduce
the risk of fire, explosion,
electric
shock,
or injury
when
using
your
refrigerator
follow
these
basic
safety
precautions:
This refrigerator
must be properly
installed and located
in
accordance
with
the Installation
Instructions
before it is
used.
Unplug the refrigerator
before cleaning
and making
repairs.
NOTE: Repairs must be performed
by o qualified
Service
Professional.
,
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
,
Because of potential
safety hazards under certain
conditions,
we strongly
recommend
against
the use of an
extension cord. However,
if you must use an extension
cord,
it is absolutely
necessary
that it be a UL-listed (inthe United
States) or a CSA certified
(in Canada), 3-wire
grounding
type
appliance
extension
cord having
a grounding
type plug
and outlet
and that the electrical
rating
of the cord be 15
amperes
(minimum)
and 120 volts.
,
To prevent
suffocation
and entrapment
hazards to children,
Remove the fresh food and freezer
doors from
any
refrigerator
before
disposing
of it or discontinuing
its use.
,
Do not store or use gasoline
or other flammable
vapors
and
liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
,
Power to the refrigerator
cannot
be disconnected
by
any setting
on the
control
panel,
refrigerator
must
be
unplugged
to remove
power.
,
Do not allow
children
to climb, stand or hang on the door
handles or the shelves in the refrigerator.
They could
seriously
injure themselves.
,
In refrigerators
with automatic
ice makers, avoid contact
with the moving
parts of the ejector mechanism,
or with
the heating element
that releases the cubes. Do not place
fingers
or hands on the automatic
ice making
mechanism
while the refrigerator
is plugged
in.
,
Do not clean glass shelves or covers with warm
water
when
they are cold.
Glass
shelves and covers may break if
exposed to sudden temperature
changes
or impact,
such
as bumping
or dropping.
Tempered
glass is designed
to
shatter
into many small pieces if it breaks.
,
Keep fingers
out of the "pinch point"
areas; clearances
between the doors and between
the doors and cabinet
are
necessarily
small. Be careful closing
doors when
children
are
in the area.
,
Do not touch the cold surfaces in the freezer compartment
when
hands are damp
or wet., skin may stick to these
extremely
cold surfaces.
,
Do not refreeze frozen foods which
have thawed
completely.
,
Before replacing
a burned-out
light bulb, the refrigerator
should be unplugged
in order to avoid contact
with
a live
wire filament.
(Aburned-out
light bulb may break when
beinq replaced.)
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