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Temperature
is too warm
New installation?
Allow
24 hours following
installation
for
the refrigerator
to cool completely.
Door(s)
opened
often
or left open? Allows
warm air to enter
refrigerator.
Minimize
door openings
and keep doors fully
closed.
Large load of
food
added?
Allow
several hours for
refrigerator
to return to normal temperature.
Controls
set correctly
for the surrounding
conditions?
Adjust the controls
a setting
colder. Check temperature
in
24 hours. See "Using the Controls."
Refrigerator
not cooling?
For models
with digital
controls,
turn the refrigerator
OFF and then ON to reset. If this does not
correct
the problem,
call for service.
Air
vents
blocked?
Remove
any item from in front
of the air
vents.
There is
interior
moisture buildup
NOTE:
Some moisture
buildup
is normal.
Humid
room?
Contributes
to moisture
buildup.
Door(s)
opened
often
or left open? Allows
humid
air to
enter refrigerator.
Minimize
door openings
and keep doors
fully closed.
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The ice maker is not
producing
ice or not enough
ice
Refrigerator
connected
to a water
supply and the supply
shutoff valve turned
on?
Connect
refrigerator
to
water
supply
and turn water shutoff
valve fully open.
Kink
in the water
source
line? A kink in the line can reduce
water flow. Straighten
the water source
line.
Ice maker
turned
on? Make sure wire shutoff
arm or switch
(depending
on model) is in the ON position.
New installation?
Wait 24 hours after ice maker
installation
for ice production
to begin. Wait 72 hours for full ice
production.
Large amount
of ice recently removed?
Allow 24 hours for
ice maker
to produce
more ice.
Ice cube jammed
in the ice
maker
ejector
arm?
Remove
ice from the ejector
arm with
a plastic
utensil.
Reverse
osmosis
water
filtration
system
connected
to
your
cold water
supply?
This can decrease
water pressure.
See "Water
Supply Requirements"
in either the Installation
Instruction
booklet
or the Use & Care Guide.
The ice cubes
are
hollow or small
NOTE: This is an indication
of low water
pressure.
Water shutoff
valve not fully open?
Turn the water shutoff
valve fully open.
Kink
in the water
source
line? A kink in the line can reduce
water flow. Straighten
the water source
line.
Reverse
osmosis
water
filtration
system
connected
to
your
cold water
supply?
This can decrease
water pressure.
See "Water
Supply Requirements."
Questions
remain
regarding
water
pressure?
Call a
licensed,
qualified
plumber.
Off-taste, odor or gray color in the ice
New
plumbing
connections?
New plumbing
connections
can cause discolored
or off-flavored
ice.
Ice stored
too
long?
Discard
ice. Wash ice bin. Allow
24 hours for ice maker to make new ice.
Odor
transfer
from
food?
Use airtight,
moisture
proof
packaging
to store food.
Are there
minerals
(such
as
sulfur)
in the water?
A water
filter may need to be installed
to remove the minerals.
Is there a water
filter
installed
on the refrigerator?
Gray or
dark discoloration
in ice indicates
that the water filtration
system needs
additional
flushing.
ASSISTANCEOR SERVICE
If you need assistance
or service, first see the "Troubleshooting"
section.
Additional
help is available.
Call us at 1-800-JENNAIR
(1-800-536-6247}
from
anywhere
in the U.S.A., or write:
Jenn-Air
Brand Home
Appliances
Customer
experience
Center
553 Benson Road
Benton Harbor, MI 49022-2692
Information
may also be obtained
by visiting
our website
at
www.jennair.com.
In Canada, for assistance,
installation
or service,
call us at
1-800-807-6777,
or write:
Jenn-Air
Brand
Home
Appliances
Customer
eXperience
Centre
1901
Minnesota
Court
Mississauga,
Ontario
LSN 3A7
In Canada, visit www.jennair.ca.
Please include a daytime
phone number
in your correspondence.
Keep this book and your sales slip together
for future
reference.
You must provide proof of purchase
or installation
date
for
in-warranty
service.
Write down the following
information
about your appliance to help
you obtain assistance
or service if you ever need it. You will need
to know your complete
model number
and serial number. You can
find this information
on the model and serial number
label, located
on the inside wall of the refrigerator
compartment.
Dealer
name
Serial number
Address
Phone
number
Model
number
Purchase
date
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