1. Air in the storage container. Remove as much air from your container as possible.
2. Inappropriate storage container. Use only freezer-safe containers and moisture/vapor proof freezer wrap. Allow warm foods to cool before sealing.
3. Temperature fluctuations. The freezer should be kept at a constant 0o Fahrenheit. Foods may deteriorate rapidly at temperatures even a few degrees higher or lower. We recommend a freezer control setting of “4”. If the door is opened frequently, you may need to adjust the control.
4. Prolonged storage. Food should be labeled with an expiration date when placed in the freezer.
To clean the condenser coil, follow these steps:
1. Remove toe grille by holding ends and pulling forward.
2. Clean front surface of condenser coil with a vacuum cleaner hose nozzle or a condenser coil brush.
3. Replace toe grille by inserting clips in holes and snapping in. Be sure the toe grille is not upside down, as this could damage the door gasket.
4. To avoid floor damage protect it with cardboard or rugs. Pull refrigerator away from the wall and vacuum the condenser fan outlet grille using a vacuum brush attachment.
We suggest having your air conditioner inspected by one of our certified technicians once a year. They will remove the outer case and thoroughly clean the air conditioner.
You can also clean your air conditioner in between your annual inspection. The grille and complete cabinet may be cleaned with warm water and mild soap or detergent. A dirty air filter reduces the operating efficiency of your unit. The filter should be inspected at least once every week during operation. It can be cleaned with a vacuum cleaner or washed in warm water and mild detergent. The filter should be thoroughly dried before it is replaced.