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Hazard
Pmuginto
a grounded
3
prong
outlet.
Do not remove
ground
prong,
Do not use an
adapter,
Do not use an extension
cord.
FaiJure to follow
these
instructions
can resumt in death,
fire,
or
electrical
shock.
Before
you move your
refrigerator
into its final
location,
it is important
to make
sure you
have the
proper
electrical
connection.
Recommended
Grounding
Method
A 115 Volt, 60 Hz., AC only
15- or 2g-amp
fused,
grounded
electrical
supply
is required.
It is recommended
that
a separate
circuit
serving
only
your
refrigerator
be provided.
Use an outlet
that
cannot
be
turned
off by a switch.
Do not
use an extension
cord.
NOTE:
Before
performing
any type
of installation,
cleaning,
or
removing
a light
bulb,
turn the
control
(Thermostat,
Refrigerator
or
Freezer
Control
depending
on the
model)
to OFF and
then
disconnect
the
refrigerator
from
the electrical
source.
When
you
are
finished,
reconnect
the
refrigerator
to the electrical
source
and reset
the control
(Thermostat,
Refrigerator
or Freezer
Control
depending
on the model)
to the desired
setting.
Reverse Doors (optional)
IMPORTANT:
If you want
to reverse
your
doors
so that
they
open
in
the opposite
direction,
continue
with
"Reverse
Doors
(optional)"
instructions.
If you
are not
reversing
the doors,
see "Replace
Doors
and
Hinges."
Cabinet
1.
Remove
the 5/10"hex-head
hinge
screws
from
handle
side
and
move
them
to the opposite
side.
See Graphic
1.
2.
Remove
the cabinet
hinge
hole plugs
from
the cabinet
top
and
move
them
to the opposite
side
hinge
holes
as shown
in
Graphic
2.
Doors
1.
Remove
the door
stops
from
both
the freezer
and
the refrigerator
doors
and
move
them
to the opposite
side.
See Graphics
3
and
4.
Replace Doors and
Hinges
NOTE:
Graphic
may be reversed
if door
swing
is reversed.
1.
Replace
the
parts
for the
bottom
hinge
as shown
and tighten
screws.
See Bottom
Hinge
graphic.
Replace
the refrigerator
door.
NOTE:
Provide
additional
support
for the
doors
while
the
hinges
are being
moved.
Do not depend
on the
door
magnets
to hold
the doors
in place
while
you
are working.
2.
Assemble
the
parts
for the center
hinge
as shown
and
tighten
all
screws.
See Center
Hinge
graphic.
Replace
the
freezer
door.
3.
Assemble
the parts
of the
top
hinge
as shown
in the Top Hinge
graphic.
Do not
tighten
the
screws
completely.
4.
Line
up the
doors
so that
the
bottom
of the freezer
door
aligns
evenly
with the
top
of the refrigerator
door. Tighten
all screws.
Final
Steps
1.
Check
all holes
to make
sure
that
hole
plugs
and
screws
are in
place.
Reinstall
top
hinge
cover.
See Top Hinge
graphic.
2.
Replace
the
base grille.
See Base
Grille
graphic.
TOOLS
NEEDED:
5/16"hex-head
socket
wrench,
#2 Phillips
5
screwdriver,
flat-blade
screwdriver,
_AG"open-end
wrench,
flat 2" putty
knife.
IMPORTANT:
All
graphics
referenced
in the
following
instructions
are included
later
in this
section
after "Final
Steps."
The graphics
shown
are
for a right-hand
swing
door
(hinges
factory
installed
on the right).
If you only
want
to remove
and
replace
the doors,
see the
"Remove
Doors
and
Hinges"
and
"Replace
Doors
and
Hinges."
Before
you
begin,
turn
the control
OFF, and
remove
food
and
adjustable
door
or utility
bins
from
doors.
Remove
Doors
and
Hinges
5/16"
Hex-Head
Hinge Screw
1.
Unplug
refrigerator
or disconnect
power.
2.
Open
refrigerator
door
and
remove
base grille
from
the
bottom
front
of the
refrigerator.
See Base Grille
graphic.
3.
Close
the
refrigerator
door
and
keep
both
doors
closed
until you
are ready
to
lift them
free from
the cabinet.
NOTE:
Provide
additional
support
for the
doors
while
the
hinges
are being
moved.
Do not depend
on the
door
magnets
to hold
the doors
in place
while
you
are working.
4.
Remove
the
parts
for the top
hinge
as shown
in Top Hinge
graphic.
Lift the
freezer
door free from
the cabinet.
5.
Remove
the
parts
for the
center
hinge
as shown
in the
Center
Hinge
graphic.
Lift the refrigerator
door
free from
the cabinet.
6.
Remove
the
parts
for the
bottom
hinge
as shown
in the
Bottom
Hinge
graphic.
Electrica_
Shock
Hazard
P_ug
into
a grounded
3
prong
outlet.
Do not remove
ground
prong,
Do not use an adapter,
Do not use an extension
cord.
Failure
to follow
these
instructions
can resuR in death,
fire, or electdca_
shock,
3.
Plug into
a grounded
3 prong
outlet.
4.
Reset
the controls.
See "Using
the
Controls."
5.
Return
all removable
door
parts
to doors
and
food
to refrigerator.
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