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218908400e1 (Product)
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5
Refrigerator midpoint (some models)
•Install
the
refrigerator
in
the
most
cool
part
of
the
room,
out
of
direct
sunlight
and
away
from
heating
ducts
or
registers.
Do
not
place
the
refrigerator
next
to
heat-
producing
appliances
such
as
a
range,
oven
or
dishwasher.
If
this
is
not
possible,
a
section
of
cabinetry
or
an
added
layer
of
insulation
between
the
two
appliances
will
help
the
refrigerator
operate
more
efficiently.
•Level
the
refrigerator
so
the
doors
close
tightly.
•Refer
to
this
Owner's
Guide
for
the
suggested
refrigerator
settings.
•Periodic
cleaning
of
the
condenser
will
help
the
refrigerator
run
more
efficiently.
See
Outside
in
the
"Care
and
Cleaning"
section.
•Do
not
overcrowd
the
refrigerator
or
block
cold
air
vents.
Doing
so
causes
the
refrigerator
to
run
longer
and
use
more
energy.
Shelves
should
not
be
lined
with
aluminum
foil,
wax
paper
or
paper
toweling.
Liners
interfere
with
cold
air
circulation,
making
the
refrigerator
less
efficient,
which
could
cause
food
spoilage.
•Cover
foods
and
wipe
containers
dry
before
placing
them
in
the
refrigerator.
This
cuts
down
on
moisture
build-up
inside
the
unit.
•Organize
the
refrigerator
to
reduce
door
openings.
Remove
as
many
items
as
needed
at
one
time
and
close
the
door
as
soon
as
possible.
Setting
the
Controls
Cool Down Period
To
ensure
safe
food
storage,
allow
the
refrigerator
to
operate
with
the
doors
closed
for
at
least
8
to
12
hours
before
loading
with
food.
Refrigerator
Control
•The
refrigerator
control
should
be
set
at
the
midpoint
of
the
dial
for
a
trial
period
of
24
hours.
•After
24
hours,
adjust
the
control
as
needed.
For
colder
temperatures,
turn
the
dial
a
notch
toward
COLDEST.
For
warmer
temperatures,
turn
the
dial
a
notch
toward
COLD.
Adjust
temperatures
by
one
increment
at
a
time.
Freezer
Control
•The
freezer
control
should
be
set
at
the
midpoint
of
the
dial
for
a
trial
period
of
24
hours.
•After
24
hours,
adjust
the
control
as
needed.
For
colder
temperatures,
turn
the
dial
a
notch
toward
COLDEST.
For
warmer
temperatures,
turn
the
dial
a
notch
toward
COLD.
Adjust
temperatures
by
one
increment
at
a
time.
Note:
When
first
setting
the
controls
or
when
changing
a
setting,
wait
24
hours
for
the
temperature
to
stabilize
before
making
additional
changes.
Turning
the
freezer
control
may
change
temperatures
in
both
compartments.
For
example,
if
the
freezer
control
is
turned
to
a
colder
setting,
the
refrigerator
control
may
have
to
be
adjusted
to
a
warmer
one.
Turning
the
refrigerator
control
will
change
only
the
refrigerator
temperature.
IMPORTANT: If the freezer control is turned to OFF, cooling stops in both
compartments.
You
may
hear
the
"Frost
Free"
system
working.
A
fan
circulates
air
in
the
refrigerator
and
freezer
compartments.
For
good
circulation
and
maintenance
of
proper
cooling
temperatures,
do
not
block
cold
air
vents
with
food
items.
Water
draining
into
the
defrost
water
pan
and
hissing
sounds
are
normal
during
the
automatic
"Frost
Free"
cycle.
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Freezer midpoint
Refrigerator midpoint (some models)
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