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Your refrigerator
has two flint
adjustable
rollers - one on
the right and one on the left. If your refrigerator
seems
unsteady or you want the doors to close easier, adjust the
refrigerator's
tilt using the instructions
below:
4.
1.
Roll out the refrigerator
and use a level to check the
5.
floor
at the back from side-to-side.
If needed, use
shims to level the back of the refrigerator
if it is uneven.
Roll the refrigerator
back into place with the rear rollers
6.
on top of any shim(s) used so that the rear of the
refrigerator
is level.
2.
With the rear already level and the refrigerator
in place,
use the bottom
leveling screws to level the refrigerator
from side-to-side.
They are part of the front roller
assemblies,
which are found at the base of the
refrigerator
on either side.
NOTE: Having someone
push against the top of the
refrigerator
takes some weight
off the leveling screws
and rollers. This makes it easier to adjust the screws.
Style
1
Style
2
If the doors do not close on their own, you will need to
raise the front of the refrigerator
so it is slightly
higher
than the back. To do this, turn both leveling screws
clockwise
1/2turn.
IMPORTANT:
Be sure to turn
both screws
an equal
amount
or the refrigerator
will no longer be level side-
to-side.
Open doors and check if they close automatically.
If
not, repeat steps 3 and 4.
Using a level, check to see if the refrigerator
is still level
side-to-side.
Readjust if necessary.
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Your new refrigerator
may make sounds that your old one
didn't
make. Because the sounds
are new to you, you
might be concerned
about them. Most of the new sounds
are normal.
Hard surfaces, like the floor, walls, and
cabinets,
can make the sounds
seem louder than they
actually are. The following
describes
the kinds of sounds
and what may be making them.
If your product
is equipped
with an ice maker, you will
hear a buzzing sound when the water valve opens to fill
the ice maker for each cycle.
The defrost timer will click when the automatic
defrost
cycle
begins and ends. Also, the Thermostat
Control
(or Refrigerator
Control
depending
on the model), will
click
when cycling
on and off.
Rattling noises may come from the flow of refrigerant,
the water line, or items stored on top of the refrigerator.
Your refrigerator
is designed
to run more efficiently
to
keep your food items at the desired temperature.
The
high efficiency
compressor
may cause your new
refrigerator
to run longer than your old one, and you
may hear a pulsating
or high-pitched
sound.
Water dripping
on the defrost heater during a defrost
cycle
may cause a sizzling sound.
You may hear the evaporator
fan motor circulating
the
air through the refrigerator
and freezer compartments.
As each cycle ends, you may hear a gurgling sound
due to the refrigerant
flowing
in your refrigerator.
Contraction
and expansion
of the inside walls may
cause a popping
noise.
You may hear air being forced
over the condenser
by
the condenser
fan.
You may hear water
running into the drain pan during
the defrost
cycle.
3.
Depending
on your model, to level your refrigerator
you
may either turn the screw clockwise
to raise that side of
the refrigerator
or turn the screw counterclockwise
to
lower that side. Place a level on top of the refrigerator
to check adjustments.
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