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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.
Before you move your refrigerator
into its final location,
it is
important
to make sure you have the proper
electrical
connection:
Recommended
grounding
method
A 115 Volt, 60 Hz., AC only 15 or 20 ampere
fused, grounded
electrical
supply
is required.
It is recommended
that a separate
circuit
serving only your refrigerator
be provided.
Use an outlet
that cannot
be turned off by a switch.
Do not use an
extension
cord.
NOTE: Before performing
any type of installation,
cleaning,
or
removing
a light bulb, turn the control
(Thermostat,
Refrigerator
or Freezer Control
depending
on the model) to OFF and then
disconnect
the refrigerator
from the electrical
source. When you
are finished,
reconnect
the refrigerator
to the electrical
source
and reset the control
(Thermostat,
Refrigerator
or Freezer Control
depending
on the model) to the desired setting.
Base
To remove
the base grille:
1.
Open both refrigerator
doors.
2.
Place hands along the ends of the grille, with your thumbs
along the top. Push in with your thumbs
and pull up on the
bottom.
NOTE: Be sure to refasten the Tech Sheet behind
the base grille
after cleaning.
To
replace
the base grille:
1.
Open the doors.
2.
Line up the grille support
tabs
with the metal clips.
3.
Push the grille firmly to snap it into place.
TOOLS NEEDED:
1/4in., 1/2in., and
%6
in. hex-head
socket
wrenches,
a flat-head
screwdriver
and a Phillips screwdriver.
IMPORTANT:
Before you begin, turn the refrigerator
control
OFF, unplug
refrigerator
or disconnect
power. Remove food and any
adjustable
door or utility
bins from doors.
It may only be necessary
to remove either the door handle or
the doors
to get your product
through
the doorway
of your
residence.
Measure the door opening to determine
whether
to remove the refrigerator
handles
or the doors.
Handle Removal (optional)
1.
2.
3.
Apply firm pressure
with your hand on the face of trim. Slide
top trim up and bottom
trim down
away from handle. Lift trim
pieces
off shoulder
screws
(see Graphic
1).
Remove handle screws
and handles.
Move refrigerator
into place. Replace handles
as shown
(see
Graphic
1).
Door Removal
1.
2.
Unplug
refrigerator
or disconnect
power.
Open both refrigerator
doors.
Remove the base grille by
pulling
up on the bottom
outside
corners
(see Graphic
2).
Close both doors and keep them closed
until you are ready to
lift them free from the cabinet.
3.
4.
Remove top
left hinge cover and screws
as shown
(see
Graphic
3). Do not remove screw
1.
5.
Carefully
lift freezer door straight up off bottom
hinge (see
Graphic
4).
6.
Remove top
right hinge cover and screws
as shown (see
Graphic
5). Do not remove screw
1.
7.
Carefully
lift refrigerator
door straight up off bottom
hinge (see
Graphic
4).
8.
It may not be necessary
to remove the bottom
hinge to move
the refrigerator
through
a doorway.
Both bottom
hinges have
similar
construction.
Disassemble
the hinges as shown (see Graphic
6). Do not
remove screw
1.
Door and Hinge Replacement
1.
Replace both bottom
hinges, if removed. Tighten
screws.
2.
Replace the freezer door
by carefully
lifting the door onto the
bottom
left hinge.
NOTE:
Provide additional
support
for the doors
while the top
hinges are being replaced.
Do not depend
on the door magnets
to hold the doors
in place while you are working.
3.
Align and replace the top left hinge as shown
(see Graphic
3).
Tighten
screws.
4.
Replace left hinge cover.
5.
Replace the refrigerator
door by carefully
lifting the door onto
the bottom
right hinge.
6.
Align and replace the top
right hinge as shown
(see
Graphic
5). Tighten screws.
7.
Replace hinge cover.
8.
Plug into a grounded
3 prong outlet.
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