IMPORTANT: Attentively read the following.
It is recommended use a separate circuit for this product as well as receptacle which can not be disconnected with a switch. Do not use extension cords or adapters ungrounded.
TO CONNECT ELECTRICITY
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
FOR YOUR PERSONAL SAFETY, this appliance must be properly grounded. Have a qualified electrician check your wall outlet to ensure that the plug is grounded properly.
It is your responsibility and obligation to replace twoprong outlets with that of an adequately grounded threeprong outlet.
Do not, under any circumstance, cut or extract the third prong from the plug.
USE OF EXTENSION CABLES grounding type wall receptacle
We do not recommend the use of extension cables.
However, if you still choose to utilize an extension cable, it is absolutely necessary that it is listed in the UL (in the United States) or CSA (in Canada), that it supports three-pronged plugs and that the electrical current support a minimum of 15 A and 120 V.
The use of an extension cable will increase the amount of space needed behind the refrigerator.
Ensure proper ground exists before use
REPLACING ELECTRICAL CABLE
If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced by our service center or qualified LG technician to avoid
RECOMMENDED GROUNDING METHOD
Your refrigerator must always be plugged to its own outlet which is adequately grounded. The energy current should only be 115 V ~ 60 Hz, AC or 127 V ~ 60 Hz, AC
(according to the National rating). and fused at 15 or 20
A. This provides the best performance and prevents an overload which could cause a fire from the overheating of the cables. It is recommended that a separate circuit be used for this appliance, as well as a receptacle that cannot be disconnected with a switch.
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