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Spanish Owner's Guides
Frigidaire
Home
Products
P.O. Box 212378
Augusta, GA 30917
Proper Disposal of
Your
Refrigerator/Freezer
Risk
of
child
entrapment.
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
instructions
below
to
help
prevent
accidents.
BEFORE YOU THROW AWAY YOUR OLD
REFRIGERATOR OR FREEZER:
Important Safety
Instructions
For Your Safety
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity
of this, or any other appliance.
Read
product
labels
for
flammability
and
other
warnings.
•Destroy
carton,
plastic
bags,
and
any
exterior
wrapping
material
immediately
after
the
refrigerator
is
unpacked.
Children
should
never
use
these
items
for
play.
Cartons
covered
with
rugs,
bedspreads,
plastic
sheets,
or
stretch
wrap
may
become
airtight
chambers
that
can
quickly
cause
suffocation.
•Remove
all
staples
from
the
carton.
Staples
can
cause
severe
cuts,
and
ruin
finishes
if
they
come
in
contact
with
other
appliances
or
furniture.
•An
empty,
discarded
ice
box,
refrigerator,
or
freezer
is
a
very
dangerous
attraction to children. Remove door of any appliance that is not in use,
even
if
it
is
being
discarded .
Refrigerator must be plugged into its own 115 Volt, 60 Hz, AC only
electrical
outlet.
The
power
cord
of
the
appliance
is
equipped
with
a
three-
prong
grounding
plug,
for
your
protection
against
shock
hazards.
It
must
be
plugged directly into a properly grounded three-prong receptacle. The
receptacle
must
be
installed
in
accordance
with
local
codes
and
ordinances.
Consult a qualified electrician. DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION CORD OR AN
ADAPTER PLUG.
•If
voltage
varies
by
10
percent
or
more,
performance
of
your
refrigerator
may
be
affected.
Operating
the
refrigerator
with
insufficient
power
can
damage
the
compressor.
Such
damage
is
not
covered
under
your
warranty.
If
you
suspect
your
voltage
is
high
or
low,
consult
your
power
company
for
testing.
•To
prevent
the
refrigerator
from
being
turned
off
accidentally,
do
not
plug
the
unit
into
an
outlet
controlled
by
a
wall
switch
or
pull
cord.
•Do not pinch, knot, or bend the power cord in any manner.
Child
Safety
Product
Registration
Record
the
Model
Number
and
Serial
Number
of
this
refrigerator
in
the
space
provided
below.
These
numbers
are
found
on
the
serial
plate,
located
on
the
ceiling
of
the
refrigerator
compartment.
Model Number:
Serial
Number:
Register Your Product
The
self-addressed
PRODUCT
REGISTRATION
CARD
should
be
filled
in
completely,
signed
and
returned
to
Frigidaire,
or
in
Canada,
Frigidaire
Canada.
©1999
White
Consolidated
Industries,
Inc.
All
rights
reserved.
Read all instructions before
using
this
refrigerator.
Avoid fire
hazard
or
electric
shock.
Do
not
use
an
extension
cord
or
an
adapter
plug.
Do
not
remove any prong from
power cord.
Electrical
Information
These guidelines must be followed to ensure that safety mechanisms in the
design
of
this
refrigerator
will
operate
properly.
•Remove
doors.
•Leave
shelves
in
place
so
children
may
not
easily
climb
inside.
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