Do not put undue stress on the power cord or place heavy articles on it.
• Placing heavy articles on the power cord create the risk of explosion or ﬁ re.
Do not insert the power plug with wet hands.
• It may cause electric shock.
Do not put a container ﬁ lled with water on the Refrigerator.
• If it spills, it may cause ﬁ re or electric shock.
Do not install the Refrigerator in a damp place or place where it may come in contact with water.
• Wet and/or deteriorated insulation of the internal electrical parts may cause electric shock or ﬁ re.
Do not store volatile or ﬂ ammable substances in the Refrigerator.
• Storing benzene, thinner, alcohol, ether, LP gas and other such products may cause explosions.
Do not disassemble or repair the Refrigerator by yourself.
• You may run the risk of ﬁ re, appliance malfunctions and/or personal injury. Call your nearest service center
for help from a qualiﬁ ed service technician.
Unplug the Refrigerator before changing the interior light.
• Changing the light while the Refrigerator is plugged in may cause electric shock.
If you wish to dispose of the Refrigerator, remove the doors and seals before throwing it away.
• The doors(and their seals) can entrap a child if they climb into the Refrigerator.
Make sure that the doors are off, and ensure that no one is suffocated by being locked inside.
The Refrigerator must be safely grounded
• Always make sure that you have grounded the Refrigerator before attempting to investigate or repair any
part of the appliance. Power leakages can cause severe electric shock.
Never use gas pipes, telephone lines or other potential lightning attractors as an
• Improper use of the grounding plug can result in a risk of electric shock. If it is necessary to use an
extension cord to power the Refrigerator, use only a 3-wire extension cord that has a 3-blade ground
plug and a 3-slot receptacle that will accept the plug on the appliance. The marked rating of the extention
cord should be AC 115V~120V, 10A, or more. Additionally, if a grounding adapter is used, make sure the
receptacle box is also fully grounded.
Use good judgment when ﬁ lling the Refrigerator with food and drinks.
• In an overfull Refrigerator, heavy, fragile, bulky or breakable items may fall out and cause personal injury
and/or damage to surrounding objects.
Do not put bottles or glass containers in the Freezer drawer.
• When the contents freeze and then expand, the glass may break and cause personal injury or leave
dangerous glass shards in the Freezer.
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