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IMPORTANT SAFETYINFORMATION.
READALL INSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING.
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INSTALLATION
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Explosion
Hazard.
Keep flammable
materials
and vapors, such as gasoline,
away from
refrigerator.
result in fire, explosion, or death.
CONNECTING
ELECTRICITY
Failure to do so can
Electrical
Shock
Hazard.
Plug
into
a grounded
3-prong
outlet
Do not
remove
the
ground
prong
Do not
use an adapter
lFailure
to follow
these
instructions
can
result
in death,
fire,
or electrical
shock.
Do not, under
any circumstances,
cut or remove
the third
(ground)
prong from
the power
cord.
For personal
safety, this appliance
must
be properly
grounded.
The power cord
of this appliance
is equipped
with
a 3-prong
(grounding)
plug which
mates with
a standard
3-prong
(grounding)
wall outlet
to minimize
the
possibility
of electric
shock
hazard
from this appliance.
Have the wall outlet and circuit
checked
by a qualified
electrician
to make sure the outlet
is properly
grounded.
Where
a standard
2-prong
wall outlet
is encountered,
it is
your
personal
responsibility
and
obligation
to have it replaced
with
a properly
grounded
3-prong
wall outlet.
Do not use an
adapter.
The refrigerator
should
always
be plugged
into its own
individual
electrical
outlet which
has a voltage
rating
that
matches
the rating
plate.
A 115 Volt AC, 60 Hz, 15- or 20-amp
fused, grounded
electrical
supply
is required.
This provides
the best
performance
and also prevents
overloading
house wiring
circuits
which
could
cause
a fire hazard
from
overheated
wires.
Never unplug your refrigerator by pulling on the power cord,
Always grip plug firmly and pull straight out from the outlet.
Repair or replace
immediately
all power
cords that
have
become
frayed
or otherwise
damaged.
Do not use a cord
that
shows
cracks
or abrasion
damage
along
its length or at
either
end.
When
moving
the refrigerator
away
from the wall,
be careful
not to roll over or damage
the power
cord,
PROPERDISPOSAL OF YOUR OLD REFRIGERATOR
Suffocation
and
child
entrapment
hazard.
Remove
fresh-food
and
freezer
doors
from
the refrigerator,
prior
to
disposal.
Failure
to do
so can
result
in child
entrapment
which
can
lead
to death
or brain
damage.
IMPORTANT:
Child entrapment and suffocation are not problems of the past.
,Junkedor abandoned refrigerators are stilldangerous even if
they will sit for "just a few days." Ifyou are getting rid of your old
refrigerator, please follow the instructions below to help prevent
accidents,
Before
You Throw
Away
Your
Old
Refrigerator
or
Freezer:
'
Take off the fresh food and freezer doors.
Leavethe shelves in place so that children may not easily
climb
inside.
Refrigerants
All refrigeration
products
contain
refrigerants,
which under
federal law must be removed
prior to product
disposal. If you
are getting rid of an old refrigeration
product, check with the
company
handling the disposal about what to do.
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