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NOTE: Not all appliance
bulbs will fit your refrigerator. Be sure to
replace the bulb with one of the same size, shape, and wattage.
Refrigerator
Light
1.
Unplug refrigerator
or disconnect
power.
2.
Reach behind the control
panel and unscrew
the bulb.
3.
Replace the bulb with a 40-watt
appliance
bulb.
4.
Plug in refrigerator
or reconnect
power.
Freezer Light
1.
Unplug refrigerator
or disconnect
power.
2.
Remove the freezer shelf.
3.
Remove the freezer light shield by pushing
down.
4.
Remove the light bulb and replace with one of the same size,
shape and wattage.
5.
Replace the light shield.
6.
Plug in refrigerator
or reconnect
power.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Trythe solutions suggested here
first
in order to avoid the cost of an unnecessary service call.
The refrigerator will not operate
Electrical
Shock
Hazard
Plug 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 result
in death,
fire, or
electrical
shock.
Power cord unplugged?
Plug into a grounded
3 prong outlet.
Is outlet
working?
Plug in a lamp to see if the outlet is
working.
Household
fuse
blown
or circuit
breaker
tripped?
Replace
the fuse or reset the circuit breaker. If the problem
continues,
call an electrician.
Are controls
on? Make sure the refrigerator
controls
are on.
See "Using the Controls."
New installation?
Allow
24 hours following
installation
for the
refrigerator
to cool completely.
NOTE: Adjusting
the temperature
controls
to coldest setting
will not cool either compartment
more quickly.
The
motor seems to run too much
Your new refrigerator
may run longer than your old one due to its
high-efficiency
compressor
and fans. The unit may run even
longer if the room is warm, a large food load is added, doors
are
opened often,
or if the doors
have been left open.
The
refrigerator seems noisy
Refrigerator
noise has been reduced
over the years. Due to this
reduction,
you may hear intermittent
noises from your new
refrigerator
that you did not notice from your old model.
Below are
listed some normal sounds with explanations.
Buzzing
-
heard when the water valve opens to fill the ice
maker.
Pulsating
- fans/compressor
adjusting
to optimize
performance.
Hissing/Rattling
- flow of refrigerant,
movement
of water
lines, or from items placed
on top of the refrigerator.
Sizzling/Gurgling
- water dripping
on the heater during
defrost cycle.
Popping
- contraction/expansion
of inside walls, especially
during initial cool-down.
Water running
- may be heard when water melts during the
defrost cycle and runs into the drain pan.
Creaking/Cracking
- occurs
as ice is being ejected from the
ice maker mold.
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