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Leveling the Refrigerator
It is important for the refrigerator to be leveled in
order to work properly. It can be raised or lowered
by turning the four feet on the bottom of the
machine. We recommend using a carpenter’s
level to check the machine.
1. Place a carpenter’s level on top of the product to
see if the refrigerator is level from front to back and
side to side.
2. Adjust the height of the feet as follows:
Turn the leveling feet to the right to lower
that side of the refrigerator
Turn the leveling feet to the left to raise
that side of the refrigerator
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
Before you move your refrigerator into its final location, it is important to make sure you have the proper
electrical connection:
A standard electrical supply (115V, 60Hz, 15A), properly grounded in accordance with the
National Electrical Code and local codes and ordinances, is required.
It is recommended that a separate circuit, serving only your refrigerator, be provided. Use
receptacles that cannot be turned off by a switch or pull chain.
The fuse (or circuit breaker) size should be 15 amps.
Do Not Use an Extension Cord
Avoid the use of an extension cord because of potential safety hazards under certain conditions.
Electrical Shock Hazard
For your personal safety, this appliance must be properly grounded. In the event of an electrical
short circuit, grounding reduces the risk of shock by providing an escape wire for the electric current. This
appliance is equipped with a cord having a grounding wire with a grounding plug. The plug must be
inserted into an outlet that is properly grounded and installed. The ground wire cannot be connected to a
gas pipe, heating pipe, water pipe, telephone line or lightning rod. It cannot be replaced with the neutral
wire of single-phase power. In addition to the ground wire, an electrical leakage circuit breaker is also
required. Consult a qualified electrician if you do not completely understand these grounding instructions.
DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES CUT OR REMOVE THE THIRD (GROUND) PRONG FROM
THE POWER CORD.
If installation in a damp location is unavoidable, have an electrician install a ground fault circuit interrupter
(GFCI) electrical outlet. If no GFCI is installed, electrical shock could result.
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