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Installation
Instructions
Models
16,
ff you have questions, call 1.800.GE.CARES
or
visit
our Website
at:
ge.com
In Canada, call 1.800.561.3344
or
Visit
our Website
at:
www.geappliances.ca
17, 18
BEFORE YOU
BEGIN
Read
these
instructions
completely
and
carefully.
IMPORTANT
-
S},ve
these
instructions
for local inspector's
use.
IMPORTANT
-
Obseave
governing
codes
and
ordinances.
Note
to Installer
-
Be sure
to leave
these
instructions
with
the
Gonsumer.
Note
to
Consumer
-
Keep
these
insuuctions
for future
reference.
Skill
level - Installation
of tiffs appliance
requires
basic mechanical
skills.
Completion
time
- Refrigerator
Installation
15 minutes
Reversing
the
Door
Swing
1 hour
Proper
installation
is the
responsibility
of the
installer.
Product
failure
due
to improper
installation
is not
covered
under
the _Warranty.
WATER
SUPPLY
TO THE
ICEMAKER
(on some
models)
If the
refligerator
has an icemaker,
it will have
to be
connected
to a cold water
line.
A water
supply
kit
(containing
copper
tubing,
shutoff
vane,
fittings
and
instructions)
is available
at extra
cost flom
your
dealm;
by visiting
our
Website
at ge.com
(in Canada
at
www.geappliances.ca)
or from
Parts
and
Accessories,
1.800.661.1616.
REFRIGERATOR
LOCATION
• Do not install
the
refligerator
where
file temperature
will go below 60°F (16°C)
because
it will not run
often
enough
to maintain
proper
mmperamres.
Install it on a floor suong
enough
to support
it flail),
loaded.
CLEARANCES
Allow file following
clearances
for ease of installa6on,
proper
air circulation
and
plumbing
and
electrical
coIlIlectioIIs.
• Sides 3/4"
(19 mm)
• Top 1" (25 mm)
• Back 1" (25 ram)
ROLLERS
AND
LEVELING
LEGS
Levelinglegs
near
each
flont
corner
of the
refligerator
are adjustable.
They firmly
position
the
refligerator
and
prevent
it flom
moving
when
the
doors
are
opened.
Leveling
legs should
be set so the front
of the
refrigerator
is raised]usa
enough
that
the
doors
close
easily when
opened
about
half,,ray.
Turn
the
leveling
legs
clockwise to raise
the
refrigeratoa,
counterclockwiseto lower it.
Rollers
next
to the leveling
legs allow you to move
the
refligerator
away flom
the wall for cleaning.
Turn
the
legs
counterclockwise
until
the
weight
of
the
refligerator
is uansferred
from
them
to
tim
rollers.
Afker
rolling
the
refligerator
back
into
place,
mrn
the
legs
clockwise
until
the
legs
again
bear
the
weight
of
the
reffigeratoL
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