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11
Care and Cleaning
Keep
your
refrigerator
and
freezer
clean
to
prevent
odor
build-up.
Wipe
up
any
spills
immediately
and
clean
both
sections
at
least
twice
a
year.
Never
use
metallic
scouring
pads,
brushes,
abrasive
cleaners
or
strong
alkaline
solutions
on
any
surface.
Do
not
wash
any
removable
parts
in
a
dishwasher.
Always unplug the power cord from the wall outlet before cleaning.
NOTE:
Turning
the
control
to
OFF
does
not
disconnect
power
to
the
controls,
light
bulb,
or
other
electrical
components.
Inside
Wash
inside
surfaces
of
the
refrigerator
and
freezer
with
a
solution
of
2
tablespoons
baking
soda
in
1
quart
warm
water.
Rinse
and
dry
thoroughly.
Be
sure
to
wring
excess
water
out
of
sponge
or
cloth
before
cleaning
around
the
controls,
light
bulb,
or
any
electrical
parts.
Wash
removable
parts
such
as
shelves
and
drawers
with
baking
soda
solution
or
mild
detergent and warm water. DO NOT USE HARSH CLEANERS ON THESE SURFACES.
Rinse
and
dry
thoroughly.
Clean
the
door
gaskets
with
mild
suds,
rinse
with
clear
water
and
wipe
dry.
Do
not
use
razor
blades
or
other
sharp
instruments
which
can
scratch
the
appliance
surface
when
removing
adhesive
labels.
Any
glue
left
from
the
tape or energy label can be removed with a mixture of warm water and mild
detergent,
or,
touch
the
glue
with
the
sticky
side
of
tape
already
removed.
DO
NOT
REMOVE THE SERIAL PLATE.
Outside
Wash
the
cabinet
and
handles
with
warm
water
and
mild
liquid
detergent.
Rinse
well
and
wipe
dry
with
a
clean
soft
cloth.
Do
not
use
commercial
household
cleaners,
ammonia,
or
alcohol
to
clean
handles.
Remove
any
dust
or
dirt
from
the
front
of
the
toe
grill
using
a
vacuum
cleaner
with
its
dusting
tool
attachment.
Remove
the
toe
grill
by
pulling
it
straight
out.
While
the
grill
is
removed,
vacuum
the
backside
of
the
grill
and
wipe
with
a
sudsy
cloth
or
sponge.
Periodically
clean
the
condenser
(black
tubes
and
wires
beneath
the
refrigerator,
behind
the
toe
grill).
Do
not
allow
lint
or
dust
to
accumulate
on
the
coils.
Insert
a
long
handled
brush
or
vacuum
attachment
between
the
two
coils
to
bring
the
lint
forward.
To
replace
the
toe
grill,
line
up
tabs
with
holes
and
push
grill
straight
on.
Use
caution
when
cleaning
in
the
area
of
the
coils.
Surfaces
there may be sharp.
The
air
vents
on
the
lower
access
panel
at
the
rear
of
the
refrigerator
should
be
cleaned
periodically.
Clean
the
vents
by
using
a
vacuum
cleaner
with
its
dusting
tool
attachment.
When
moving
the
refrigerator,
pull
straight
out.
Do
not
shift
the
refrigerator
from
side
to
side
as
this
may
tear
or
gouge
the
floor
covering.
Be
careful
not
to
move
the
refrigerator
beyond
plumbing
connections.
Damp objects stick to cold
metal
surfaces.
Do
not
touch
refrigerated
surfaces
with
wet
or
damp
hands.
To avoid damage and help
the
refrigerator
run
as
efficiently
as
possible,
clean
the
condenser
and
air
vents
periodically.
Air
Vents
on
Lower
Access
Panel
Replacing the Light Bulb
To replace the light bulb in either compartment:
1.Unplug
the
refrigerator.
2.Wear
gloves
as
protection
against
possible
broken
glass.
3.Replace
old
bulb
with
an
appliance
bulb
of
the
same
wattage.
4.Remember
to
plug
the
refrigerator
back
in.
Vacation and Moving Tips
Short
vacations:
•Leave
refrigerator
operating
during
vacations
of
3
weeks
or
less.
•Use
up
all
perishable
items
in
refrigerator
section.
•Wrap
and
store
other
items
in
the
freezer.
•Turn
off
automatic
ice
maker,
even
if
you
will
be
gone
just
a
few
days.
Removing
Crisper
Light
Shield
and
Bulb
(some
models)
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