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Proper
Disposal
of Your
Old
Refrigerator
Suffocation
Hazard
Remove
doors
from
your
old
refrigerator.
Failure
to do so
can
result
in
death
or brain
damage.
Before You Throw Away Your Old Refrigerator or Freezer:
Takeoff the doors.
Leave the shelves
in place so that children
may not easily
climb inside.
IMPORTANT:
Child entrapment
and suffocation
are not problems
of the past. Junked or abandoned
refrigerators
are still dangerous
- even if they will sit for "just a few days."
If you are getting rid of
your old refrigerator,
please follow these instructions
to help
prevent accidents.
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Important
information
to know
about
disposal
of
refrigerants:
Dispose
of refrigerator
in accordance
with Federal and Local
regulations.
Refrigerants
must be evacuated
by a licensed,
EPA certified
refrigerant
technician
in accordance
with
established
procedures.
BEFORE USE
Remove the Packaging
Remove tape and glue residue from surfaces
before turning
on the refrigerator.
Rub a small amount
of liquid dish soap
over the adhesive
with your fingers. Wipe with warm water
and dry.
Do not use sharp instruments,
rubbing
alcohol,
flammable
fluids, or abrasive cleaners to remove tape or glue. These
products
can damage
the surface of your refrigerator. For
more information,
see "Refrigerator
Safety."
Dispose
of/recycle
all packaging
materials.
Clean Before Using
After you remove all of the packaging
materials, clean the inside of
your refrigerator
before using it. See the cleaning
instructions
in
"Refrigerator
Care."
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.
Tempered
glass is designed
to shatter
into many small,
pebble-size
pieces. This is normal. Glass shelves
and covers
are heavy. Use both hands when removing
them to avoid
dropping.
Water
Supply
Requ
rements
Read all directions
before you begin.
IM PORTANT:
When your refrigerator
was installed,
the water connection
from the water source should
have been connected
to your
refrigerator.
If your refrigerator
is not connected
to a water
source, see "Connect
to Water Line" in the Installation
Instructions.
If you have any questions
about your water
connection,
see "Troubleshooting"
or call a licensed, qualified
plumber.
If you turn the refrigerator
on before the water line is
connected,
turn the ice maker
OFR See "Ice Maker and
Storage
Bin."
All installations
must meet local plumbing
code requirements.
Water Pressure
A cold water supply
with water pressure
between 30 and 120 psi
(207 and 827 kPa) is required to operate the water dispenser
and
ice maker. If you have questions
about your water pressure, see
"Troubleshooting"
or call a licensed, qualified
plumber.
Reverse
Osmosis
Water
Supply
IMPORTANT:
The pressure
of the water supply
coming
out of a
reverse osmosis
system going to the water inlet valve of the
refrigerator
needs to be between 30 and 120 psi (207 and
827 kPa).
If a reverse osmosis water filtration
system
is connected
to your
cold water supply, the water pressure to the reverse osmosis
system needs to be a minimum
of 40 psi (276 kPa).
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