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In selecting the style for your refrigerator, you should also consider its depth and the degree of customization you would like:
Your refrigerator will use one of the filter types below. To easily find which one you need, look in your user manual or on the label of the filter itself. When replacing the water filter, please be sure to order the same model to ensure the right fit for your refrigerator.
The PureAir Ultra® air filter eliminates odors for a fresher interior.
Smudge-Proof™ is a protective coating that is applied directly to the stainless steel appliance that resists fingerprints and cleans easily, making it effortless to keep your kitchen looking beautiful.
There are two simple things to check first:
If you’ve checked both of these and ice still isn’t being produced, consider the following:
You can stop the ice maker from producing more ice by lifting the arm or pressing the off switch on the ice maker. Then do a quick visual check to be sure your ice bucket is directly under the ice maker, and that the ice maker’s arm is able to touch the ice in the bucket.If it continues making too much ice, your ice maker needs authorized service. Your local service agent is available online or by calling 800-265-8352.
Moisture can develop when there’s high humidity, or if the refrigerator has been opened several times in a short period. The moisture should go away when conditions and use return to normal.You should also check to be sure your refrigerator doors are closing completely. If the doors are open even slightly, warmer air from the room will enter the refrigerator and cause moisture to develop. The door should require a slight tug to open; if it doesn’t, check to see if any items on your refrigerator shelves might be preventing it from closing.
The Quick Ice™ or Quick Freeze™ option may be activated. Both of these options use a very low freezer temperature while activated. You can tell when one of them is running because the option light on the dispenser will be lit.
Today’s refrigerators are designed to be more energy efficient than previous models. This means that they run longer cycles (or run continuously) to maintain an even temperature inside with a minimum number of start-ups, since starting a unit takes about 10 times as much energy as it does to keep it running.
These are early warnings built into the refrigerator’s electronics to notify you about a potential issue earlier than you would otherwise have known about it.
When electric service returns after a power outage, the refrigerator will immediately start cooling and will automatically return to factory temperature settings. Its display will read “HI” until it has reached normal safe operating temperatures. Once the temperature is below 55°F, the exact temperature will be displayed. Please allow 24 hours for temperatures to stabilize.
You can find door adjustment instructions in your owner’s manual or in the product manual section of this website.
To keep the interior of your refrigerator fresh, follow these steps:
Products that are ENERGY STAR® qualified are equivalent to or better than standard products, with one important difference: they use less energy. To learn the ENERGY STAR® rating, products must meet strict energy efficiency criteria set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency or the U.S. Department of Energy. Because they use less energy, these products save money on your electricity bill and help protect the environment by reducing harmful emissions from power plants. Plus, you get all of the features and quality you expect.For more information, see: www.energystar.gov
When shopping for an appliance, it's easy to recognize the ENERGY STAR® label that identifies qualified products. This label means that the product passed stringent standards set by the U.S. Department of Energy. Additionally, manufacturers are required to display their products' test results on the ENERGY STAR® label. The label will tell you about the product's efficiency level, including approximately how much energy the appliance uses, its average annual operating cost, and how its energy use compares with that of similar products.For more information, see:http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=appliances.pr_appliances