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218908400e1 (Product)
Pg. 1-10-11-12-13-14- 15 -16-17-18-19-20-21

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15
SOLUTION
OCCURRENCE
WATER/MOISTURE/FROST INSIDE REFRIGERATOR
Moisture
collects
on
inside
of
refrigerator
walls.
Water collects on bottom side of drawer
cover.
Water collects in bottom of drawer.
Moisture forms on outside of refrigerator
or between doors.
Ice maker is not making any ice.
WATER/MOISTURE/FROST OUTSIDE REFRIGERATOR
AUTOMATIC ICE MAKER (some models)
Ice maker is not making enough ice.
Ice maker will not stop making ice.
Ice maker is not separating the cubes.
Ice has bad odor and taste.
Freezer
control
is
set
too
warm.
Set
freezer
control
to
a
colder
setting
until
freezer
temperature
is
satisfactory.
Allow
24
hours
for
the
temperature
to
stabilize.
Then,
if
refrigerator
temperature
is
not
right,
set
refrigerator
control
to
a
warmer
setting.
Refrigerator
control
is
set
too
warm.
Set
refrigerator
control
to
a
colder
setting.
Allow
24
hours
for
the
temperature
to
stabilize.
Chilled
Air
Control
is
set
too
warm.
Adjust
Chilled
Air
Control
to
a
colder
setting.
Weather
is
hot
and
humid,
which
increases
rate
of
frost
buildup
and
internal
sweating.
This
is
normal.
Door is slightly open. See Occurrence section
OPENING
/
CLOSING
OF
DOORS
/
DRAWERS
.
Door
is
opened
too
often
or
too
long.
Open
door
less
often.
Vegetables
contain
and
give
off
moisture.
It
is
not
unusual
to
have
moisture
on
the
bottom
side
of
the
cover.
Washed
vegetables
and
fruits
drain
while
in
the
drawer.
Dry
items
before
putting
them
into
drawer.
Water
collecting
in
bottom
of
drawer
is
normal.
Weather
is
humid.
This
is
normal
in
humid
weather.
When
humidity
is
lower,
the
moisture
should
disappear.
Door
is
slightly
open,
causing
cold
air
from
inside
refrigerator
to
meet
warm
air
from
outside.
See
Occurrence section
OPENING
/
CLOSING
OF
DOORS
/
DRAWERS
.
Ice
maker
wire
signal
arm
is
in
"up"
or
OFF
position.
Move
wire
signal
arm
to
"down"
or
ON
position.
Household
water
line
valve
is
not
open.
Turn
on
household
water
line
valve.
Freezer is not cold enough. See Occurrence section
TEMPERATURES
ARE
TOO
WARM
.
Saddle
valve
on
cold
water
pipe
is
clogged
or
restricted
by
foreign
material.
Turn
off
household
water
line
valve.
Remove,
clean
or
replace
valve.
Check
to
see
if
the
water
dispenser
is
dispensing
water.
If
not,
the
PureSource
Plus
water
filter
is
clogged
or
restricted
by
foreign
material,
and
must
be
replaced.
Ice
maker
is
producing
less
ice
than
you
expect.
Ice
maker
should
produce
approximately
2-1/2
to
4
pounds
of
ice
every
24
hours.
Freezer is not cold enough. See Occurrence section
TEMPERATURES
ARE
TOO
WARM
.
Household
water
line
valve
is
not
completely
open.
Turn
on
household
water
line
valve.
Check
to
see
if
water
dispenser
is
dispensing
slower
than
normal.
If
it
is
,
replace
the
PureSource
Plus™
filter
cartridge.
Ice
maker
wire
arm
is
being
held
down
by
some
item
in
freezer.
Move
item,
and
release
arm.
Remove
any
ice
cubes
frozen
together
over
arm.
Ice
cubes
are
not
being
used
frequently
enough.
Remove
and
shake
ice
bucket
to
separate
cubes.
If
cubes
are
smaller
than
normal,
or
hollow,
the
PureSource
Plus
filter
could
be
clogged.
Replace
filter.
Ice
has
picked
up
odor
or
flavor
from
strong
food
stored
in
refrigerator
or
freezer.
Cover
foods
tightly.
Discard
stale
ice.
Ice
maker
will
produce
fresh
supply.
Water
running
to
ice
maker
has
poor
taste
or
odor.
Add
filter
to
ice
maker.
Consult
a
water
purifying
company.
Temperature in freezer is too warm.
Temperature in the refrigerator is too
warm and the freezer temperature is
satisfactory.
Temperature in Meat Keeper (some
models) is too warm.
TEMPERATURES ARE TOO WARM (continued)
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