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Dispenser
Light (on some models)
Reach through
the dispenser
area to remove and replace
light bulb.
1. Dispenser
Light
Refrigerator
Control
Panel Light
Reach
behind the refrigerator
control
panel to remove and
replace light bulb.
Refrigerator
Crisper
Light or Upper
Freezer
Light (on some
models)
Remove light
shield
by grasping
the top
center
of the
shield
and pulling forward
while
turning it
slightly
to one
side.
If
necessary,
remove top crisper
drawer to access
crisper
light
shield.
Replace the light shield by inserting the tabs
on one end into
the slotted
holes in the refrigerator
or freezer liner. Then,
carefully
bend the shield at the center to insert the tabs on
the other end.
Upper
Freezer
Light (on some models)
Remove the light shield
by grasping
the sides and squeezing
in toward
the center and while
pulling forward
the shield.
Replace the light shield by fitting
the tabs
into the slotted
holes in the freezer liner. Push in the shield until it snaps into
place.
Lower
Freezer Light Beneath
Ice Bin (on some
models)
Remove the light
shield
by grasping
the
sides and squeezing
in toward the
center. Once
the
side hooks
of
shield are free
from
the
freezer
lining,
pull down
the
shield.
Replace the light shield by squeezing
the sides toward
the
center and inserting the side hooks into the slotted
holes.
Once the side hooks are in place, snap the front tab into the
slotted
hole.
Lower
Freezer Light Behind Top Freezer
Basket (on some
models)
Depending
on your
model,
remove
the top
freezer
basket
or
top
freezer basket shelf.
Remove light
shield by removing
the
Phillips
screw
on the top of the
shield. Carefully,
rotate
the
shield
until the left tab
can be gently pulled from
the
freezer
wall.
Replace the light shield by inserting the left tab into the
freezer wall. Align top tab with screw hole and replace screw.
P
n s
u ions
If the power will be out for 24 hours or less, keep both refrigerator
doors
closed
to help food stay cold and frozen.
If the power will be out for more than 24 hours, do one of the
following:
Remove all frozen food and store it in a frozen food locker.
Place 2 Ibs. (907 g) of dry ice in the freezer for every cubic
foot (28 L) of freezer space. This will keep the food frozen for
two to four days.
If neither a food locker nor dry ice is available,
consume
or
can perishable
food at once.
REMEMBER:
A full freezer stays cold longer than a partially filled
one. A freezer full of meat stays cold longer than a freezer full of
baked goods.
If you see that food contains
ice crystals,
it may be
refrozen,
although
the quality
and flavor
may be affected.
If the
condition
of the food is poor, dispose
of it.
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