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To
increase
ice production
rate:
Normal Ice Production:
In normal ice production
mode, the
ice maker should produce
approximately
7 to 9 batches
of ice
in a 24-hour
period. If ice is not being made fast enough,
turn
the Freezer Control toward
a higher (colder) number
in half
number
steps. (For example,
if the control
is at 3, move it to
between
3 and 4.) Wait 24 hours between each increase.
Maximum
Ice Production
(on some models):
In maximum
ice
production,
the ice maker should
produce
approximately
10
to 14 batches
of ice in a 24-hour
period. If your refrigerator
has the maximum
ice production
feature,
push the switch
to MAX.
REMEMBER:
Allow
24 hours to produce
the first batch of ice. Discard the
first three batches
of ice produced.
The quality
of your ice will be only as good as the quality
of
the water supplied
to your ice maker. Avoid connecting
the
ice maker to a softened
water supply. Water softener
chemicals
(such as salt) can damage
parts of the ice maker
and lead to poor quality
ice. If a softened
water supply cannot
be avoided,
make sure the water softener
is operating
properly
and is well maintained.
Do not store anything
on top
of the ice maker or in the ice
storage
bin.
Your model may have some or all of these features.
Features that
can be purchased
separately
as product
accessories
are labeled
with the word "Accessory."
Not all accessories
will fit all models.
If you are interested
in purchasing
one of the accessories,
please
call the toll-free
number
on the cover or in the "Accessories"
section.
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.
For your protection,
tempered
glass is designed
to shatter
into many small, pebble-size
pieces. This is normal.
Glass
shelves and covers
are heavy. Use special
care when re-
moving
them to avoid
impact from dropping.
Slide-out Shelves (on some models)
To remove
and
replace
a shelf in a metal
frame:
1.
Pull the
shelf forward
to the
stop.
Tilt the
front
of the
shelf
up
and
lift it
slightly
as
you
pull
the
shelf from
the
frame.
2.
Replace the
shelf by guiding
it
back
into the
slots
on the
frame and pushing
the shelf in past the stop.
Shelves
and
Shelf Frames
To remove
and
replace
a shelf/frame:
1.
Remove the
shelf/frame
by
tilting it
up at
the
front and
liftingit
out of the
shelf supports.
2.
Replace the
shelf/frame
by guiding
the
rear shelf hooks
into
the
shelf supports.
Tilt the
front
of the
shelf
up until
rear shelf
hooks drop
into the
shelf supports.
Check
to
make sure
that
the
shelf
is
securely
in
position.
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To raise or lower the shelf."
1.
Raise the
shelf by pulling
forward
on the lever located
at
the
bottom
front
of the
shelf and
lift until the
shelf
locks into the
vertical
position.
2.
Lower the
shelf
until it is latched
securely
in
place.
Your model may have glass or wire shelves. Store similar foods
together
and adjust the shelves to fit different
heights. This
reduces
the time the refrigerator
door
is open and saves energy.
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To raise or lower the shelf."
1.
Raise the
shelf by first sliding
it
back and down
to
make
it
half-width.
(You
can use
the
shelf
in this
position
to
allow
taller items to
be stored
on the
shelf below.)
2.
Lift the
front
of the
shelf
until it
fits securely
in
place against
the
back wall.
Lower the
shelf securely
back
into
position.
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