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Over Temperature
IMPORTANT:
If the Over Temperature
Alarm activates,
your food
may spoil. See "Power
Interruptions."
Minimize
door openings
until temperatures
return to normal.
The Over Temperature
feature
is designed
to let you know when
either the refrigerator
temperature
rises above 48°F (9°C) or the
freezer temperature
rises above
15°F (-9°C) for longer than
1
V2
hours. The audio alarm will shut off automatically
when the
temperature
returns to normal,
but the indicator
light will continue
to flash until the Alarm is pressed
to let you know that an over
temperature
condition
has occurred.
If the over temperature
condition
is still present when an Over
Temperature
Reset is performed,
the indicator
light will continue
to reactivate
every 1
V2
hours until refrigerator
and freezer
temperatures
are below 48°F (9°C) and 15°F (-9°C), respectively.
NOTE: To deactivate
the audio alarm and indicator
light, see
"Master
Alarm Reset."
Call Service
If the Call Service indicator
light is flashing,
call for service.
See
the "Assistance
or Service"
section for information
on calling for
service.
NOTE: To deactivate
the audio alarm and indicator
light, see
"Master
Alarm Reset."
Max
Cold
The Max Cold feature
assists with
periods of heavy ice usage, full
grocery
loads, or temporarily
warm room temperatures.
Press MAX COLD to turn on the Max Cold feature. The Max
Cold indicator
light will remain on for 24 hours unless
manually
turned
off.
NOTE: The temperature
display
will remain at 34°F (1°C) and -5°F
(-21 °C) for the refrigerator
and freezer compartments,
respectively,
while the Max Cold feature is enabled.
After
24 hours, the refrigerator
returns to the previous temperature
set
points.
Sabbath
Mode
(on some
models)
The Sabbath
Mode feature
is designed
for the traveler
or for
those whose
religious
observances
require turning
off the lights
and ice maker. By selecting
this feature,
the temperature
set
points and Dell drawer settings
remain unchanged,
the ice maker
will be disabled
and the interior
lights will turn off. For most
efficient
refrigerator
operation,
turn off Sabbath
Mode when it is
no longer required.
Press SABBATH
MODE to turn on this feature.
Press SABBATH
MODE again to turn off this feature.
NOTES:
If the refrigerator
is operating
in Sabbath
mode and you press
SABBATH
MODE to turn off the feature,
close the doors and
drawer (on some models) to reset the interior lighting.
If the Max Cold feature has been selected
prior to turning
on
the Sabbath
Mode feature,
then the set points will remain at
34°F (1°C) and -5°F (-21 °C) for the refrigerator
and freezer
compartments,
respectively,
until the Max Cold feature times
out. The refrigerator
will then return to the previous
temperature
set points chosen
prior to the selection
of the
Max Cold feature,
but the lights and ice maker will remain off
until Sabbath
Mode
is pressed again.
Energy
Saver
Feature
(42" Bottom
Mount
Only)
The Energy Saver feature controls
the heaters
located
inside the
hinged
seal between the refrigerator
doors. The heaters help
keep external
moisture
from forming
on the hinged seal.
Press ENERGY SAVER to turn on this feature for low humidity
conditions.
The ring around the control
will be lit when Energy
Saver is on. If moisture
begins to collect
on the hinged
seal
between
the doors, press ENERGY SAVER again to turn off
this feature.
Water
Filter Status
The reset filter control
allows you to restart the water filter status
tracking
feature each time you replace you water filter. See
"Water
Filter Indicator"
section.
Press and hold RESET FILTER for 3 seconds,
until the Order
or Replace light turns
off.
Water
Filter
Status
/_
Good
_
Orc_er
Filter
_
Replace
Filter
REFRIGERATOR
FEATURES
Important
information
to know
about
glass
shelves
and covers:
Do not clean glass shelves or covers with warm water when
they are cold. Shelves and covers
may break if exposed
to
sudden temperature
changes or impact,
such as bumping.
Tempered
glass is designed
to shatter
into many small,
pebble-size
pieces. This is normal.
Glass shelves and covers
are heaw.
Use both hands when
removing
them to avoid
dropping.
The shelves
in your refrigerator
are adjustable
to meet your
individual
storage
needs.
Storing similar
food items together
in your refrigerator
and
adjusting
the shelves
to fit different
heights
of items will make
finding the exact item you want easier. It will also reduce the
amount
of time the refrigerator
door is open, and save energy.
Remove
and Replace
a Shelf/Frame
1.
Remove the shelf by tilting
it up at the front and lifting it out of
the shelf supports.
Pull shelf straight
out.
2.
Reposition
the shelf supports
in the desired location.
Check
that they are level and firmly inserted
in the support
rails.
3.
Place the back of the shelf in the shelf supports.
4.
Lower the front of the shelf and make sure that it is in
position.
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