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Do not use the ice
chute as a handle when removing
or replacing the ice storage bin.
Surfaces there may be sharp.
WARNING
Ice
Dispenser
Tips
1.Ice
cubes
stored
too
long
may
develop
an
odd
flavor.
Empty
the
container
and
return
it
to
the
proper
position.
The
ice
maker
will
then
produce
more
ice.
2.Occasionally
shake
the
container
to
keep
ice
separated.
3.If
the
dispensing
arm
is
pushed
in
for
more
than
4
minutes,
the
dispenser
motor
may
overload
and
stop.
The
overload
protector
will
reset
automatically
after
3
or
4
minutes.
If
a
large
quantity
of
ice
is
needed
at
one
time,
it
is
best
to
remove
cubes
directly
from
the
ice
storage
bin.
4.Certain
sounds
are
normal
when
the
ice
maker
is
operating.
They
are:
Motor
operation
Ice
being
loosened
from
the
tray
Ice
dropping
into
the
storage
bin
• Running water
Water
valve
opening
or
closing
For
more
information
on
these
operations,
see
"Normal
Operating
Sounds."
5.Stop
the
ice
maker
when
cleaning
the
freezer
or
for
long
vacations.
6.If
the
ice
maker
is
to
be
turned
off
for
a
long
period
of
time,
turn
the
water
supply
valve
to
the
closed
position.
Automatic Ice and
Water Dispenser
(continued)
Cleaning
the
Ice
Dispenser
Clean
the
dispenser
and
ice
storage
bin
at
regular
intervals,
particularly
before
you
take
a
vacation
or
move,
or
if
the
ice
dispenser
sticks.
1.Stop
ice
production
by
lifting
the
wire
signal
arm
to
the
"up"
or
OFF
position.
2.Remove
ice
storage
bin
by
lifting
up
and
out.
Empty
and
carefully
clean
the
bin
with
mild
detergent.
Do
not
submerge
the
bin
while
cleaning.
Rinse
with
clear
water.
Do
not
use
harsh
or
abrasive
cleaners.
Allow
ice
bin
to
dry
completely
before
replacing
in
the
freezer.
3.Remove
ice
chips
and
clean
the
shelf
and
chute
that
supports
the
ice
storage
bin.
4.Replace
the
ice
storage
bin.
Lower
the
wire
signal
arm
on
the
ice
maker
to
the
"down"
or
ON
position
and
the
ice
maker
will
resume
production.
IMPORTANT:
When
removing
or
replacing
the
ice
bin,
do
not
rotate
the
auger
in
the
ice
bin.
If
the
auger
is
accidentally
turned,
you
must
realign
the
auger
by
turning
it
in
90°
turns
until
the
ice
bin
fits
into
place
with
the
drive
mechanism.
For
further
instruction,
see
the
label
on
the
ice
bucket.
Remove and empty the ice storage bin if:
1.An
extended
power
failure
(one
hour
or
longer)
causes
ice
cubes
in
the
ice
storage
bin
to
melt
and
freeze
together
and
jam
the
dispenser
mechanism.
2.The
ice
dispenser
is
not
used
frequently.
Ice
cubes
will
freeze
together
in
the
bin
and
jam
the
dispenser
mechanism.
Remove
the
ice
storage
bin
and
shake
to
loosen
the
cubes.
NEVER
use
an
ice
pick
or
similar
sharp
instrument
to
break
up
the
ice.
This
could
damage
the
ice
storage
bin
and
dispenser
mechanism.
PureSource Plus ™ Ice and Water Filter (some models)
NOTE: If you purchased a refrigerator with a
PureSource Plus
™ Ice and
Water
filter,
please
read
the
following
use
and
care
information.
This
ice
and
water
filter
system
filters
water
to
your
ice
maker
and
water
dispenser.
It
is
located
in
the
upper
right
back
corner
of
the
fresh
food
compartment
(see
Figure
1
on
the
following
page).
System
Startup:
Water
supply does
not
need
to
be
turned off,
however do
not
use
ice
and
water
dispenser
while
installing
filter.
Refer
to
Figure
1
as
you
complete
these
instructions.
The
filter
cartridge
has
already
been
installed
in
the
filter
housing
at
the
factory.
Refer
to
the
"How
The
Dispenser
Works"
section
to
properly
fill
the
system
with
water.
Repositioning
the
Auger
AUGER
DRIVER
MECHANISM
DONOTPUTFINGERSUPICECHUTE.
SURFACESTHEREMAYBESHARP.
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