should only be removed
re The installationSite
Your refrigerator is designed to be part of a built-in kitchen
cabinet system. Be sure to coordinate site preparation and
installation with your kitchen contractor.
Include these minimum guidelines in your site preparation:
* Choosea place near a grounded electrical outlet.
Do not use an extension cord or an adapter plug.
Avoid direct sunlight and close proximity to a range,
dishwasher or other heat source.
Floor should be level and able to support a fully loaded
The refrigerator's Ice & Water Dispenser requires water
Planfor easy access to counter tops when removing food.
* Forcomplete access to drawers and freezer baskets
doors must be ab e to fu y open.
Allow the following clearancesfor ease of installation proper air
c rcu at on, and p umb ng and e ectr ca connect ons: Sides & Top. 3/8 inch
Rear. 1 inch
Trans oft Un acka ed Refri orator ToSite
By now,you have already removed your refrigerator's shipping carton. You may
sti,II needto use a hand truck to move it through close spaces or entrances. If the
refrigerator is larger than an entrance, consiaer two options:
Removethe entrance door if one exists.
Removethe refrigeratordoors (see how in your Use& Care Guide).
When using a hand truck:
* Load refrigerator from side of cabinet only.
Do not run retaining straps over handles.
Do not overtighten retaining straps.
Neveruse refrigeratorhandlesto move the refrigerator.
Removetape from doors only after unit is in place.
Before Installing The Water Supply Line, You Will Need:
* Basic Tools: adjustable wrench, flat-blade screwdriver,
Access to a household cold water line with water
pressure between 30 and 100 psi.
A water supply line made of 1Ainch (6 mm) OD,copper
or stainless steel tubing. To determine the length of
tubing needed, measure the distance from the ice maker
inlet valve at the back of
the refrigerator to your
cold water pipe. Then add
approximately 7 feet (2.1
meters), so the refrigerator
can be moved out for
cleaning (as shown).
A shutoff valve to connect
the water supply line to your
household water system. DO
NOTuse a self-piercing type
A compression nut
and ferrule (sleeve) for
connecting a copper water
supply line to the ice maker
ToConnect WaterSupplyLine ToIce Maker Inlet Valve
1. Disconnectrefrigeratorfrom electric powersource. _
2. Placeend of water supply line into sinkor bucket.
TurnONwater supply andflush supply line until
water is clear.TurnOFFwater supply at shutoff
3. Removeplastic cap from water valveinlet and
4. If you use coppertubing- Slidebrasscompression
nut,then ferrule (sleeve)onto water supply line.
Pushwater supply line into watervalveinlet as far
asit will g° (1A Inch/64 mm) Slideferrule (sleeve)_iii
into valveinlet andfinger tighten compresstonnut
ontovalve. Tightenanotherhalf turn with a wrench; _
with the installation
of your refrigerator?
L> Please contact the store where you purchased it.
Electrolux uses packing foam and tape to secure the internal parts of your refrigerator for shipping. Once
the refrigerator is in position, you can remove this material.
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Location of these materials may vary depending on your model,
Problems?Tr TheseSu estions
Operation problems are possible if any of the installation tasks are not completed. Here is a list of things to
Is the refrigerator's power cord plugged in?
Is the refrigerator connected to the household water supply?
If you had to remove the refrigerator and freezer doors, did you reattach water and power connectors
at the door hinges? (Seethe Use& Care Guide for detailed instructions on removing and replacing
Is the ice maker power switch turned On?
Other possibilities to check:
Is the power to the receptacle turned on?
Is the water filter above the fresh food compartment fully seated (see Use& Care Guide for details)?
If you still have operation problems after checking these suggestions, please see the "Solutions To
Common Problems" section in your Use & Care Guide.
Congratulations. You are ready to begin enjoying your new Electrolux refrigerator.
To become aware of important safety instructions and learn how to operate your refrigerator, please
read the entire Use & Care Guide.
You may want to start with the "Normal Operating Sights & Sounds" section of the Guide to learn
more about what to expect during typical operation.
Pleaseregister your product. You can register online at www.electroluxusa.com, or you can simply
send in the Registration Card.
Andthankyou for choosingElectro/ux.
E]Handles are secure and tight
E]Door seals completely to cabinet on all sides
E]Freezerdoor is level across the top
E]Refrigerator is level,side to side and tilted
1/4inch (6 mm) front to back
E]Toegrille is properly attached to refrigerator
E]Cabinet is setting solid on all corners
E]House power turned on
E]Refrigerator plugged in
E]House water supply connected to
E]No water leaks present at all connections -
recheck in 24 hours
E]lce Maker is turned ON
E]lce & Water Dispenser operates correctly
E]Front filter must be flush with filter housing
E]Shipping material removed
E]Fresh Food and Freezer temperatures set
E]Crisper Humidity controls set
E]Registration Card sent in