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USE
Ensu
ing
P ope
Air Ci
su ski®n
In order to ensure proper temperatures,
you need to permit air to
flow between
the two sections.
Cold air enters the bottom
of the
freezer section and moves up. It then enters the refrigerator
section through
the top vent. Air then returns to the freezer as
shown.
Do not block any of these vents
with food such as soda, cereal,
bread, etc. If the vents are blocked,
airflow
will be prevented
and
the temperature
controls
will not function
properly.
IMPORTANT:
Because
air circulates
between
both sections,
any
odors formed
in one section will transfer
to the other. You must
thoroughly
clean both sections
to eliminate
odors. To prevent
odor transfer
from food, wrap or cover foods
tightly.
Using
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Rotary
Controls
(on some
models)
For your convenience,
your refrigerator
controls
are preset at the
factory.
When
installing
your
refrigerator,
make
sure
that
the
controls
are still preset to the "mid-settings"
as shown.
FREEZER
REFRIGERATOR
o
I
3
4
COLD
COLDER
COLD
COLDER
IMPORTANT:
Your
product will not
cool
when the REFRIGERATOR
Control
is
set
to
OFF.
The Refrigerator
Control adjusts the refrigerator
compartment
temperature.
The Freezer Control
adjusts the freezer
compartment
temperature.
Settings
to the left of the mid-
setting
make the temperature
less cold. Settings
to the right
of the mid-setting
make the temperature
colder.
Wait 24 hours before you put food into the refrigerator.
If you
add food before the refrigerator
has cooled completely,
your
food may spoil.
NOTE: Adjusting
the Refrigerator
and Freezer Controls
to a
higher (colder) setting will not cool the compartments
any
faster.
The preset settings
should be correct for normal household
usage. The controls
are set correctly
when milk or juice is as
cold as you like and when ice cream
is firm.
If the temperature
is too warm or too cold in the refrigerator
or
freezer, first check the air vents to be sure they are not
blocked
before adjusting
the controls.
Adjusting
Rotary
Controls
If you
need
to
adjust
temperatures,
adjust
the
refrigerator
temperature
first.
NOTE: Wait
at
least
24 hours between adjustments
and
then
re-
check
the temperatures.
CONDITION/REASON:
REFRIGERATOR
too cold
Not set correctly
for your
conditions
REFRIGERATOR
too warm
Door opened often, large amount of
food added or room temperature
very warm
FREEZER too cold
Not set correctly
for your
conditions
FREEZER too warm/too
little ice
Door opened often, or large amount
of food added or very cold room
temperature
(can't cycle
often
enough) or heavy ice usage
SETTING
ADJUSTMENT:
REFRIGERATOR
Control
one setting
lower
REFRIGERATOR
Control
one setting
higher
FREEZER Control
one
setting
lower
FREEZER Control
one
setting
higher
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To turn the ice maker
on/off:
The on/off
switch
for
the ice
maker
is
a wire shutoff
arm
located
on the
side
of the ice
maker.
NOTE:
Do not force
the
wire shutoff
arm
up or
down.
1.
To turn the ice
maker
on,
simply
lower the
wire shutoff
arm.
NOTE:
Your
ice
maker has an automatic
shutoff. As
ice is
made,
the ice
cubes will fill
the ice
storage
bin and
the ice
cubes will raise
the
wire shutoff
arm
to the
OFF
(arm
up)
position.
2.
To
manually
turn the ice
maker
off, lift the
wire shutoff
arm
to
the
OFF
(arm up)
position
and
listen
for
the
click
to
make sure
the ice
maker will not continue
to operate.
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