INSTALLATION INSTALLATION (cont.)
1. Unpack your refrigerator by removing all packaging materials like carton, base, foams, adhesive
2. Remove all accessories, internal packaging material used to hold shelves, ice tray, etc. in place.
3. Clean the remains of all adhesive tap used and remove all printed material supplied.
4. Install the refrigerator in a convenient location away from extreme heat and cold. Allow sufficient
clearance between the refrigerator and side wall so the door(s) will open without obstruction.
Refrigerator is not designed for recessed installation.
5. The floor on which the refrigerator should be placed must be flat, hard, solid, and even. The
refrigerator should not be placed on any soft material such as foam, plastic, etc.
6. To level your refrigerator, use the two leveling legs located on the bottom front of your refrigerator.
Adjust by turning the legs counter clockwise to raise or clockwise to lower your refrigerator. The
door will close easier if the leveling legs are extended.
7. The following are recommended minimum clearances around the refrigerator for proper air
- Sides: 3/4” (19mm)
- Top: 2” (50mm)
- Back: 2” (50mm)
Proper air circulation will help your refrigerator work at maximum efficiency.
NOTE - The appliance must be correctly connected to the power supply.
CAUTION - Care should be taken during the handling moving and use of the freezer to avoid damaging
the refrigerant tubing or increasing the risk of a leak
WARNING - It is important to keep the power cord away from the compressor at the back of the refriger-
as during operation, the compressor can reach a high temperature and could cause serious
damage to the power cord.
PROTECTION FROM HEAT AND MOISTURE
• Do not install your refrigerator in any location where heavy moisture is present or if the location is
not properly insulated. This refrigerator is not designed to operate in temperature setting below 55°F.
• Location for the refrigerator should be on a hard surface and away from direct sunlight and heat
source, e.g., radiators, baseboard heaters, cooking appliances, etc.
1. Remove the top hinge cover.
2. Loosen the top hinge screws using a Phillips head screwdriver.
3. Adjust the door or put a spacer in between and then tighten the screws.
STARTING YOUR NEW REFRIGERATOR
After cleaning your refrigerator thoroughly. Wipe the outside with a soft
dry cloth, the interior with aclean moist cloth.
1. Insert the power supply cord into the socket.
2. Turn the thermostat dial to an initial setting of “7” for 15-20 minutes.
NOTE - As the door gets pressed in during shipping, the gasket may have to be reset. This is done to
prevent the cool refrigerated air from escaping. If there is a gap between the door gasket and the
cabinet, set the gasket by gently pulling it out of the seal gap.
REVERSING THE DOOR HINGE
1. Remove the top hinge cover.
2. Using Phillips Head Screwdriver, loosen and remove the screws holding the top hinge in place.
3. Remove top hinge and carefully lift off the door.
4. Remove the screw hole plugs from the opposite side and insert the plugs in the screw hole
openings of the just removed screws.
5. Remove any loose items in the refrigerator and carefully turn refrigerator on its back and place in a
6. Loosen the screws holding the lower hinge bracket to the refrigerator and remove screws and
7. Remove the screws from the other side and insert in the previously removed screw holes.
8. Remove door pin by turning counter clockwise and reinsert to the underside of the bracket and
9. Align bracket and insert (2) remaining screws into the holes provided .
10. Align hole in the door with the door pin and washer and gently push down until firm.
11. Align upper hinge bracket with screw holes insert screws and partially secure, check that door and
cabinet are properly aligned and then secure tightly.
12. Replace hinge cap.