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IMPORTANTSAFETY
INFORMATION.
READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING.
WARNING!
Use this appliance only for its intended purpose as described in this Owner's Manual.
SAFETYPRECAUTIONS
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should be followed, including the following:
_:i:This
refrigerator
must
be
properl)
installed
and
located
in accordance
with
the
Instnllation
Instructions
before
it is used.
::_Do
not
allow
children
to climb,
stand
or
hang
on
the
shelves
in
the
refl_igerat(m
They
could
damage
the
reii_igerator
and
seriously
injm'e
themselves.
_:i:Do
not
touch
the
cold
sm_i_ces
in
the
fl'eezer
compartment
when
hands
are
damp
or
wet.
Skin
mm
stick
to
these
extremely
cold
sm_hces.
::_Do
not
store
or
use
gasoline
or other
flammable
\_q)m_
and
liqtfids
in tile
vicini_'
of this or
any
other
appliance.
NOTE."
Turningthe refrl)erator off
wa
the controls on
the touchpanel doesnot shut off e/ectrica/power to
the refrigerator
i)::Do
not
refl'eeze
fl'ozen
fi)ods
which
have
thawed
completely.
:_;;ln
refl_igerato_
with
autoinafic
icemake_,
avoid
contact
with
tile
moving
parts
of
tile
ejector
mechanism,
or with
the
heating
element
that
releases
the
cubes.
Do
not
place
fingers
or
hands
on
tile
automatic
icemaking
mechanism
while
the
refi_igerator
is plugged
in.
i)::Keep
finge_
out
of
the
"pinch
point"
areas;
clearances
between
tile
doo_
and
between
tile
(loots
and
cabinet
are
necessarily
small.
Be
careflfl
closing
(lores
when
children
are
in
tile
area.
i_'_Unplug
tile
refligerator
befi_re
cleaning
and
making
repai_.
NOTE:
We stronglyrecommendthat anyservicing be
performedby a qualified individual
DANGER!RISKOFCHILDENTRAPMENT
PROPER
DISPOSAL
OFTHEREFRIGERATOR
Child
entral)inent
and
suffocation
are
not
problems
of the
past. Junked
or
abandoned
refligeratm_
are
still dangerous...even
if they
will sit for
"just a few
dm:s." If you are
getting
rid
of yore" old
refiigeratm;
please
tollow
the
instructions
below
to help
prevent
accidents.
Before YouThrewAway YourOldRefrigerator
or Freezer:
iJi::_ke
off
tile
dome.
!i_:I,eaxe
the
shelves
in
place
so
that
children
may
not
easily
climb
inside.
Refrigerants
_M1refl_igeration
products
contnin
refl_igerants,
which
under
fecleral
law Intlst
be
removed
prior
to l)roduct
disposal.
If
w_u are
getting
rid
of an
old
refligeration
product,
check
with
tile
company
handling
tile
disposal
about
what
to (lo.
2
USEOFEXTENSION
CORDS
Because of potential safety hazards under certain conditions, we strongly recommend
against the use of an extension cord.
However;
if)ou
must
use
an
extension
cord,
it is absolutely
necessar_
that
it be a UIAisted
(in the
United
States)
or
a CSA-listed
(in (_anada),.
-wn'e
,gr°/mdin'"_
t_,.l)e appliance
extension
cord
haxin,,_ a ,gr°/mding,
t_ )e
)luo-
di
,]
I
_
"
_d outlet
and
that
the
electrical
rating
of the
cord
be
15 amperes
(minimmn)
and
12(1 _olts.
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