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Installation
Instructions
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lf you
have
questions,
call
1.800.GE.CARES
or visit
our Website
at:
GEAppfiances.com
/n Canada,
ca//7,800,567,3344
or Visit
our Website
at:
www.geapp//aFices.ca
BEFOREYOU BEGIN
Read these
instructions
completely
and carefully.
IMPORTANT - Save
these
instructions
for
local
inspector's
use.
IMPORTANT - Observe
a,governing
codes
and ordinances.
• Note
to
Installer
-
Be sure to leave these
instructions
with
the
Consumer.
• Note
to Consumer
-
Keep these
instructions
for future
reference.
Skill level
- Installation
of this appliance
requires
basic
mechanical
skills.
Completion
time
-
Refrigerator
Installation
15 minutes
Reversing
the
Door Swing
15 minutes
Proper
installation
is the
responsibility
of the
installer.
Product
failure
due to improper
installation
is not
covered
under
the Warranty.
WATER SUPPLYTO THE ICE MAKER (on
some
models)
If the
refrigerator
has an ice maker,
it will have to be
connected
to a cold water
line. A water
supply
kit
(containing
copper
tubing,
shutoff
valve, fittings
and
instructions)
is available
at extra
cost from
your
dealer,
by visiting
our Website
at GFAppliances.com
(in Canada
at www.geappliances.ca)
or from
Parts and Accessories,
1.877.959.8688.
REFRIGERATORLOCATION
. Do not install the refrigerator
where
the temperature
will go below 55°F (12.7°C) because
it will not run often
enough
to maintain
proper
temperatures.
o Install
it on o floor strong
enough
to support
it fully
loaded.
CLEARANCES
Allow the following
clearances
for ease of installation,
proper
air circulation
and plumbing
and electrical
connections.
. Sides 3/4"
(19 mm)
. Top 1" (25 ram)
. Back 2" (50 mm)
ROLLERSAND LEVELING LEGS
Leveling
legs near
each front
corner
of the
refrigerator
(]re (]djust(]ble.
They firmly
position
the
refriger(]tor
(]nd
prevent
it from
moving
when
the doors
are opened,
Leveling
legs should
be set so the
front
of the
refrigerator
is raised just
enough
that
the doors
close easily when
opened
about
halfway,
Turn the leveling
legs clockwise
to raise
the
refrigerator,
counterclockwise
to lower
it,
Rollers
next
to the leveling
legs allow
you to move
the
refrigerator
away
from
the wall
for cleaning.
Turn the legs counterclockwise
until the
weight
of the
refrigerator
is transferred
from
them
to the
rollers.
After
rolling
the refrigerator
back
into
place, turn
the
legs
clockwise
until the
legs again
bear the
weight
of the
refrigerator.
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