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Note to You
Pleaseread and save thismanual This
information will make installing and using
your new Sears compactor easie_ Ifyou
need help or have questions, call your
Sears store or service cente_ When you
call you will need the model and serial
numbers and purchase date. Youcan find
these numbers on a rating label located
behind the drawer on the front of
compactor opening. Keep this manual
and your sales sliptogether for reference
in case you ever need warranty service,
purchase date
Also, please complete and mail the
enclosed Product Registration Card.
Important Safety Instructions.. 2
Compactor Features ......... 3
Installation instructions ..... 4-8
Tools and materials needed ,.. 4
Compactor dimensions ...... 4
Cabinet opening dimensions ,. 4
Clearance dimensions ....... 4
Electrical requirements ....... 5
Installing compactor ....... 5-8
Adjusting toe plate .......... 8
Custom-made panels ........ 8
Using Your Compactor ....... 9
Puffing trash into compactor.., g
Starting/stopping compactor.. 10
How your compactor works ., 10
EXTRA PACTM cycle ....... 10
Removing a filled bag ....... 11
Installing a new bag ........ 12
Liquid deodorizer system .... 12
Cleaning Tips .............. 13
Troubleshooting ........... 14
If you need assistance
or service ................ 14
Accessories ............... 15
Index .................... 15
Warranty ................. 16
PART NO. 9871460
Your safety and the safety of
others is very important.
We have provided many important
safety messages in this manual and
on your appliance. Always read and
obey all safety messages.
[_J his is the safety alert
This symbol alerts you to
hazards that can kill or hurt you and
others. All safety messages will be
preceded by the safety alert symbol
and the word "DANGER" or
"WARNING". These words mean:
You will be killed or seriously
injured if you don't follow
You can be killed or seriously
injured if you don't follow
All safety messages will identify the
hazard, tell you how to reduce the
chance of injury, and tell you what
can happen if the instructions are
not followed.
To reduce the risk of fire,
electrical shock, or injury when
using your compactor, follow
basic precautions including the
Read this guide for important
use and safety instructions
before using the compactor.
Close supervision of children is
necessary when compactor is
used near children.
Do not allow compactor to be
used as a toy, or to run
unattended at any time. Remove
Key-Knob and store it in a safe
place out of children's reach.
Do not touch moving parts.
Have compactor examined,
repaired, or adjusted by an
authorized service contractor.
Do not compact:
-lighted cigarettes, cigars, or
other hot or burning items.
-any container or aerosol can
containing insecticide, hair
spray, paint, engine starting
fluid, or other poisonous,
toxic, or explosive products.
-volatile flammable material
such as oily rags, thinner,
etc., which would create a fire
hazard or explosion.
Do not take apart this compactor.
Incorrect reassembfy can cause
electric shock when subsequently
Use only for intended use as
described in this manual. Do
not use attachments other than
those recommended by
Never lift bag by the sides.
Broken glass or other sharp
objects in the bag can cause
This compactor is designed for
household use only.
Do not install compactor where
it will be exposed to the weather.
Unplug compactor from
electrical outlet before servicing.
The compactor must be
electrically grounded. See
grounding instructions.
Do not overload trash bag with
heavy materials such as glass.
Do not use hands or feet to push
things into compactor.
Never operate compactor if:
- it is not working right.
-it is damaged.
-parts are missing.
-handle is removed.
-cord set, plug, or motor is
damaged in any manner.
Never use or store flammable
fluids (dry cleaning solvents,
gasoline, kerosene, etc.) in or
near your compactor. These
substances give off vapors that
can create a fire hazard or
Wipe ram cover to remove any
glass before touching ram cover.
See Installation Instructions
Use this compactor illustration to
help you quickly learn how to install
and use your new compactor. Page
numbers are listed after the feature
name to help you find more detailed
information about that feature.
Some features shown may not be
available on all models.
EXTRA PACTM Cycle Control
(p. 10)
Key-Knob start switch and lock
(p. 10)
Deodorizing liquid
(p. 12)
Drawer handle
(pp. 6, 9)
Model/serial number
rating label
{p. 14)
Step-On Drawer Opener
(p. 9)
Drawer monitor switch
(p. 10)
Bag re_iner buttons -
plastic bags
(pp. 11,12)
Bag retsJner -
paper and plastic
(pp. 11, 12)
Rear adjustable rollers
Ba_ caddy
instde drawer
(pp. 11,12,13)
Adjustable toe plate
(P. 8)
Front leveling legs
(pp. 6, 7)
Drawer side latch
(pp. 11, 12, 13)
You need to: Tools and materials needed
observe all governing codes and
install this compactor as specified
in these instructions.
have everything you need to
properly install compactor.
Freestanding compactor tools
5/16" box_nd__
_o wrench
contact a qualified installer to
insure that compactor is installed to
meet all national and local codes and
Check location where compactor will
be installed. The location must provide:
square opening for proper
operation and appearance.
a cabinet front that is perpendicular
to the floor.
Undefoounter compactor tools;
screwdriver _pliers
_o 5/16" box_;;;;;;;_
level floor front to back. If floor at
front of opening is not level with floor at _rs _giovn
rear of opening, shims may be needed _ ,,
to level compactor..
6 inches (15.2 cm) of clearance to le_ : _ ruler or
I_) measuringtape
the right side of compactor to be able ._
to remove bag.
23 inches (58.4 cm) in front of P_ requured for undercoun_ :
compactor to remove drawer. Ur_unter Bracket Kit, Part__.,_
(86.7 cm)
14-15/16" 24"
(..0 cm)
wall receptacle _J=_,
,_PqL J
grounding i _._
Plug ......_.._
supply cord
Electrical requirements
Electrical Shock Hazard
Plug into a grounded 3-prong
Do not remove ground prong.
Do not use an adapter.
Do not use an extension cord.
Failure to follow these
instructions can result in
death, fire, or electrical shock.
Recommended grounding method
For your personal safety, compactor
must be grounded. This compactor
is equipped with a power supply cord
having a 3-prong grounding plug. To
minimize possible shock hazard, the
cord must be plugged into mating,
3-prong, grounding-type wall
receptacle, grounded in accordance
If codes permit and aseparate
grounding wire is used, it is
recommended that a qualified
electrician determine that the
grounding path is adequate.
Important: Observe all governing
codes and ordinances.
Do not modify power supply cord
Do not have a fuse in the neutral
or grounding circuit.
You must have:
120-volt, 60-Hz, AC-only, 15- or
20-amp., fused electrical supply.
We recommend:
a time-delay fuse or circuit breaker.
a separate circuit.
with all national and local codes and
ordinances. If a mating wall
receptacle is not available, it is the
personal responsibility and obligation
of the customer to have a properly
grounded, 3-prong, wall receptacle
installed by a qualified electrician.
Installing compactor
Do not grasp console to move
Slide compactor onto cardboard
or hardboard before moving
compactor across floor to prevent
damaging floor covering.
Do not allow the rear frame of
the compactor to touch the floor
covering when lifting or moving
Excessive Weight Hazard
Use two or more people to
move and install compactor.
Failure to do so can result in
back or other injury.
= Remove all protective
packaging materials such as tape
and shipping pads. Remove waxy
residue caused by protective shipping
material with a mild solution of
dishwashing liquid and water.
h t llation Instructions con
.Check that power supply cord is
attached to the cord clip on the rear
of compactor.
.Place two corner posts from
carton on floor near compactor,
Open compactor drawer and remove
any shipping materials or other items
shipped in drawer, Do Not remove
compactor bag (if installed). Grasp
handle Q and raise front of drawer
until it clears stops. Grasp sides of
drawer _) and lift drawer out of
compactor. Place drawer on two
corner posts.
= Place the other two corner
posts on the floor to the side of
compactor. Grasp sides of
compactor cabinet and put compactor
on its side on top of corner posts.
Remove shipping base from bottom
of compactor.
wheel /
cabinet =Freestanding installation:
Go to Step 7.
Undercounter installation:
Measure the height of your cabinet
opening. The top of compactor
should be at least 1/8" (3 mm) from
the top of cabinet opening.
The rear wheels are preset for a
cabinet opening height of 34-1/4"
(87 cm) (position "A°),
= Use pliers to lower leveling
legs away from cabinet. Adjust legs
so there will be 1/8" (3 ram) to
1/4" (6.4 ram) space between top
of compactor and top of cabinet
opening. Stand compactor upright.
To adjust for other cabinet opening
heights, loosen screw just enough to
clear stud from hole in position "A".
Move rear wheel and stud to position
"B" or "C" as needed for your cabinet
opening measurement:
Position B: 34-7/16" (87.5 cm)
Position C: 34-518" (88 cm)
Tighten screw, Repeat for other
rear wheel.
.Place level inside on floor of
cabinet. Check that compactor is
level from front to back and side
to side. Adjust leveling legs until
compactor is level.
Compactor must be level to
operate properly.
retainin( bracket
=Freestanding installation:
Go to Step 9.
Undercounter installation:
For models with cabinet, remove
plastic plugs from compactor cabinet
top. Determine if you want
compactor frame or drawer front flush
with cabinet front.
Using two #8 -18 x 5/8" screws,
install retaining brackets to cabinet
top as needed:
If compactor frame is to be flush
with cabinet front, place retaining
bracket screws through "A".
If compactor drawer front is to be
flush with cabinet front, place
retaining bracket screws through "C".
If compactor is to be midway
between "A" and "C", place
retaining bracket screws through "B'".
Countertop mounting
Cabinet-front mounting
1 Move compactor close to its
final position. Plug power supply
cord into grounded receptacle.
Freestanding installation:
Carefully move compactor into its
final position. Check that compactor
is still level. (See Step 7.)
Go to Step 10.
Undercounter installation:
Requires Undercounter Bracket Kit
Part No. 9870118.
Carefully lift compactor front slightly
and roll compactor into cabinet
opening until retaining brackets stop
Using two #8 -18 x 1/2" screws,
fasten retaining brackets to underside
of countertop. If brackets cannot be
attached to underside of countertop,
attach mounting clips to brackets.
Fasten compactor to cabinet front
with mounting screws through
mounting clips.
0 Grasp sides of compactor
drawer and place bottom of drawer
into tracks. Lift handle so front of
drawer will go over drawer stops.
Close drawer. Check that drawer
opens freely. If toe plate rubs against
floor, see "Adjusting toe plate" for
further instructions.
Installation Instructions conL
Adjusting toe plate
If toe plate rubs floor covering, the
toe plate clearance may be changed
as follows:
a. Mark on each side of toe plate the
amount of toe plate that rubs floor
b. Remove drawer from compactor.
(See Step 3, Page 6.)
c. Use a ruler and a pencil or chalk
to draw a line between the marks on
each side of toe plate.
d. Use utility knife or scissors to cut
toe plate along line.
e. Replace drawer. (See Step 10,
Page 7.) If toe plate still rubs floor
covering, repeat Steps a-e.
Custom-made panel
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7t32"-_1,- (aT= _'-I ,-_
panelor II [- I I"
decoratlveII II
,r,m III II ,,,-1,,1
outer1_l I / (®,'c,
5/16"-_ _
(8 mm)
bothsides _6"
Custom-made panels
A custom-made flat or raised panel
can be installed in place of the color
panel. A new Trim Kit, (Part No.
9871381 brushed stainless steel,
9871382 white, 9871383 black or
9871384 almond) must be ordered
from your Sears store or service
center. The front panel must be
removed. Follow trim kit instructions
to install your customized panel.
Flat panel: A 7/32" (5.6 mm) thick
panel is required. This is the same
thickness as a standard 1/4" plywood
or paneling.
Raised panel: The outer section of
panel must be 7/32" (5.6 mm) thick to
fit into trim. Raised decorative trim or
raised panel sections must be 5/16"
(8 mm) from the side, bottom, and
top edges of outer section.
Putting trash into compactor
Explosion Hazard
Do not compact any container,
aerosol cans, or cloths which
might contain insecticide, hair
spray, engine starting fluid,
paints, liquids, thinners, or any
other poisonous or explosive
Doing so can result in death,
explosion, or fire.
. Lift and pull handle or if hands
are full, press the Step-On Drawer
Opener with your foot to open drawer.
Fire Hazard
Do not let any item fall or
collect behind the compactor.
Failure to follow this instruction
could result in a fire.
Pressing Step-On Drawer Opener
may open drawer only 3-6 inches
(7-15 cm) depending on load.
Correct loading
bottle on its side in center
of dra_
Incorrect loading
bottle upright at side
of drawer
= Put trash into compactor.
Wrap or cover wet or messy trash.
Load bulky trash, bottles or cans
on their sides in center of drawer.
These items may become caught
between ram and drawer if not
placed in the center.
Do not compact items that may
develop offensive odors such as raw
meat, fish, grapefruit rinds,
disposable dLapers, or personal
hygiene items.
= Close drawer.
Starting and Stopping Compactor
Drawer must be at least 1/3 full before compactor will compact trash.
To start your compactor:
Turn Key-Knob to "START" Q and
The compactor will stop automatically
when cycle is done.
You can stop compactor anytime
during the cycle:
1. Turn Key-Knob to off position Q.
2. Turn Key-Knob to "START" (_.
The ram inside the compactor will
rise to the top position.
3. Open drawer and adjust trash or
add trash.
If you will be away for more than a
couple of days, remove compactor
bag. Remove Key-Knob and store it
in a safe place.
How your compactor works
A ram inside the top of the compactor
uses pressure to force trash down to
bottom of drawer. The ram will go
down and back up. The compactor
then automatically shuts off.
The drawer has to be about 1/3 full
before any trash will be compacted
O because the ram does not go to
bottom of drawer.
When trash is compacted, it will
become about 1/4 of its original
size _).
You will hear noise when containers
break. Strong glass bottles may
not ever break.
There are two drawer monitor
switches, one on the front of
compactor opening and one on the
inside rear wall behind drawer. Both
switches must be engaged before
ram will compact trash. The drawer
must be completely closed to activate
switches. If compactor stops during
the cycle, the drawer has opened
during compacting. To complete
the cycle you will need to close
the drawer completely and turn
Key-Knob to "START".
The EXTRA PAC feature helps you
to use fewer bags or to extend the
use of a bag until trash pickup day.
During EXTRA PAC Cycle the ram
stays in the down position and
continues to apply pressure to trash.
This keeps trash from springing
back. Using EXTRA PAC Cycle
will increase bag capacity by 25%.
1. Push cycle control to
2. Turn Key-Knob to "START" _) and
release (_. The EXTRA PAC light
will go on. The ram will stay in the
down position and drawer cannot
be opened. For best results use
EXTRA PAC Cycle for at least
a half hour or overnight.
3. To end EXTRA PAC cycle, tum Key-
Knob to "START" (_) and release _).
Or push Cycle Control to "NORMAL
PAC" _). The ram will retum to the top
position and EXTRA PAC light will go out.
Remember, using this cycle puts
more trash into bag and it will be
heavier than normal. Special care
will be needed when you remove
the bag,
L.stag YoUr Compactor ÷
Removing a filled bag
.Pull drawer completely open.
The compactor bag should be removed
when trash is compacted almost to the
top of the drawer. If bag is too heavy
when full, remove bag when weight is
easier to lift and carry.
Use paper or plastic bags made for
use in a compactor. These bags are
designed to resist cuts, tears and
leaks. Compactor bags sized to fit
compactor drawer make managing
compacted trash easier. Compactor
bags are available from your Sears
store or service center.
, You may already have a paper
or plastic bag in place, please refer to
appropriate instructions for your bag.
Paper bag O:
Remove top of bag from bag retainer.
Plastic bag _):
Remove top of bag from bag retainer
3Paper bag _:
Fold ends in and bring side flaps
together. Fold flaps down to close bag.
Plastic bag 0:
Close bag with twist tie.
= Release drawer side latch. Tilt
right drawer side down. This will
make removing the full bag easier.
Lift bag by bag caddy handles.
Remove trash bag from compactor
and dispose properly.
NOTE: Fully compacted trash bags
will be heavy. Handle with care.
Ush;g Your
Installing a new bag
. Close drawer side. Lock drawer
side latch.
.Put bag caddy into drawer.
. Place either a plastic or paper
bag into drawer.
Paper bag 0:
Open bag and pull top edges over
drawer top. Slide front edge of bag
over front edge of drawer. Slide rear
edge over the rear of drawer Put
sides of bag behind bag retainers.
Plastic bag _):
Open bag and pull top edges over
drawer top. Lock bag in place by
pulling the 4 prepunched holes
over bag retainer buttons. Holes
will expand over buttons without
harming bag.
.Press inside of bag against
drawer bottom, sides, and corners for
a smooth fit.
Automatic Liquid Deodorizer System
The compactor deodorizer system
helps control odors by releasing a
small amount of deodorizer each
time drawer is closed. If you have a
strong odor, open and close drawer
several times.
Sears Compactor Deodorizing Liquid
is available at your Sears store or
service center.
To install deodorizer can:
1. Put can nozzle into plastic holder.
2. Push can into place.
To remove deodorizer can:
1. Pull top end of can towards you.
2. Remove can nozzle from plastic
If your compactor is located in an
area where temperatures can fall
below 32°F (0°C), the deodorizing
liquid may freeze and not dispense.
Do not store anything behind
deodorizer can. Items stored there
could cause compactor to jam.
beeasyto maintain.Themost
ofglassmaynotbeeasyto see
Exterior surfaces
Wipe with warm, soapy water and
a damp cloth. Rinse. Dry with a
soft cloth.
Wipe up spills right away. Some
foods can damage finish if left on
compactor surface.
Cleaning inside the drawer
1. Put on protective gloves.
2. Pull drawer completely open.
3. Remove bag. (See "Removing a
filled bag", Page 11, for complete
• Remove top of bag from bag
retainer or retainer buttons.
• Close bag.
• Release drawer side latch.
• Tilt right side of drawer down,
• Use bag caddy to remove bag
from compactor.
4. Hold drawer side latch down and
tilt side of drawer until lock clears
drawer front.
NOTE: The drawer side can be
removed by tilting it up, then
lifting out,
5. Wash with warm, soapy water
and a damp cloth, Rinse. Dry with
a soft cloth.
6. If drawer side was removed, slide
it back into tilted position.
7. Hold drawer side latch down while
putting drawer side in the upright
8. Lock drawer side latch.
II w I
Cleaning inside the cabinet
1. Put on protective gloves.
2. Pull drawer completely open.
3. Lift front to clear drawer stops in
tracks inside cabinet.
4. Grasp drawer on both sides. Pull
drawer out of cabinet and set aside
on a protected surface.
5. Vacuum inside of cabinet. Liquid
spills or wet trash should be cleaned
up by hand, or use a vacuum
designed to pick up liquids.
6. Wash with warm, soapy water
and a damp cloth. Rinse. Dry with
a soft cloth.
Wipe fiberboard liner with damp
cloth. Do not get fiberboard wet.
7. Grasp drawer on both sides. Insert
drawer rollers onto tracks.
8. Lift drawer to clear drawer stops
and close drawer.
Before calling for service...
If compactor does not operate, check these points first:
[] Has circuit breaker tripped or [] Is drawer completely closed?
house fuse blown?
Have you turned Key-Knob to
[] Is power supply cord plugged _
in? _STA RT I and released?
[] Is control switch in the EXTRA
PACTM setting? Change to
"NORMAL PAC" setting.
If you need more help, check the chart below. This could save you the cost of a service call, especially for a
problem that is not covered by the warranty.
Compactor does not run Is Key-Knob turned all the way to "START' before it is released?
Is drawer completely closed?
Is compactor connected to a live electrical circuit with the proper voltage?
Using an extension cord could reduce voltage.
Has circuit breaker tripped or house fuse blown?
Drawer will not open Drawer will open only when ram is all the way up. To raise ram, turn
Key-Knob to "START" and release.
The drawer cannot be opened during the EXTRA PACTM Cycle. While
EXTRA PACTM Cycle is operating, an indicator light on console will be
Trash does not compact Is drawer loaded properly? If anything gets between ram and drawer, the
ram WIll return to the "up" position without compacting.
Drawer must be at least 1/3 full before compactor will compact.
Not enough compaction or force
Bottles do not break
Strong odors
Compacting works best when only a few items are loaded at a time. Use
compacting cycle frequently.
Not ell boffies wU break every time. Whether a bottle breaks depends on
the boffie a,'_dthe trash load below it.
If deOd_i_,ing liquid is not dispens ng when you open and close drawer,
replaes deedorizing oan.
Drawer does not open and
close properly Compactor should be level from front to back. Adjust front leveling legs until
compactor is level. (See Installation Instructions for detailed steps.)
Flexible toe plate should not drag on floor. Trim toe plate. (See Installation
Instructions for detailed steps.)
Drawer side must be completely closed and latched.
If you need
assistance or service Call your local Sears store or
service center. When you call, you
will need the compactor model
number and serial number. You
can find these numbers on a ratin_,
label located behind the drawer on
the front of compactor opening.
Use Sears compactor bags for
proper operation of your compactor.
These compactor bags are available
from your Sears store or service
Trim for custom front panel
Special trim kits are needed if you
will be installing a custom front panel.
Kits are available from your local
Sears store or service center. See
"Installation Instructions" for custom
panel dimensions.
The custom front panels kits are:
Part No. 9871381 (Brushed
stainless steel)
Part No. 9871382 (White)
Part No. 9871383 (Black)
Part No. 9871384 (Almond)
ACCESSORIES ............ 18
Bag caddy ....... 3, 11, 12, 13
Installing a new bag ........ 12
Ordering ................ 15
Removing a filled bag ...... 11
Exterior surface ........... 13
Inside the cabinet ......... 13
Inside the drawer .......... 13
Putting trash
into compactor ............ 9
Starting ................. 10
Stopping ................ 10
Normal cycle ............. 10
EXTRA PACTM cycle ..... 3, 10
Monitor switches ........ 3, 10
Removing ............. 6, 13
Replacing ............. 7, 13
Side latch ....... 3, 11, 12, 13
REQUIREMENTS ............ 5
FEATURES/PARTS .......... 3
Removing ............... 11
WORKS .................. 10
INSTRUCTIONS ........... 4-8
KEY-KNOB .............. 3, 10
LEVELING LEGS ........ 3, 6, 7
RATING LABEL .......... 3, 14
PARTS/FEATURES .......... 3
FILLED BAG .............. 11
INSTRUCTIONS .2, 4, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13
SERVICE .............. 14, 16
DRAWER OPENER ........ 3, 9
INSTALLATION ......... 4, 6, 7
WARRANTY ............... 16
For the repair or
replacement parts you need
delivered directly to your home
Call 7 am - 7 pm, 7 days a week
For in-home major brand
repair service
Call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
For the location of a
Sears Repair Service
Center in your area
Call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
For information
on purchasing a Sears
Maintenance Agreement
or to inquire about an
existing Agreement
Call 9 am - 5 pm, Monday-Saturday
America's Repair Soeciaksts
PART NO. 9871460
For one year from the first day of
use in your home, Sears will repair,
free of charge, defects in materials
or workmanship.
If the compactor is subjected to
other than private family use, the
above warranty coverage is
effective for only ninety days.
UNITED STATES. This warranty
applies only while this product is in
use in the United States. This
warranty gives you specific legal
rights, and you may also have
other rights which vary from state
to state.
Sears, Roebuck and Co.
Dept. 817WA
3333 Beverly Road
Hoffman Estates, IL 60179
We Service What We Sell
"We Service What We Sell" is our
assurance you can depend on
Sears for service. Your compactor
has added value when you consider
that Sears has service units
nationwide, staffed with
professional technicians specifically
trained on Sears appliances and
having the parts, tools, and
equipment to ensure that we meet
our pledge to you ... "We Service
What We SelL"
Sears Maintenance Agreement
Maintain the value of your
KENMORE Compactor with a
Sears Maintenance Agreement.
Sears compactors are designed,
manufactured, and tested for years
of dependable operation. Yet, any
modern appliance may require
service from time to time.
The Sears Maintenance
Is your way to buy tomorrow's
service at today's prices.
Eliminates repair bills resulting
from normal use.
Allows for as many service calls
as required.
Provides for service by
professional Sears Trained
Even if you don't need repairs,
the Maintenance Agreement offers
an annual preventative
maintenance check-up at your
This Maintenance Agreement does
not cover original installation,
reinstatlation, or damage resulting
from external ceuses such as acts
of abuse, theft, fire, flood, wind,
lightning, freezing, power failure,
power reduction, etc.
Sears, Roebuck and Co.
3333 Beverly Road
Hoffman Estates, IL 60179
Sears, Roebuck and Co.
3333 Beverly Road
Hoffman Estates, lL 60179 Printed in USA

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