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Figure 1
On chest
models
with
a
defrost
drain,
place a shallow
pan beneath the drain outlet
(Figure
2). A 1/2" garden
hose adapter
can
be used to drain the freezer
directly
into
a floor
drain (Figure 3). If your model is
not equipped
with an adapter,
one can be
purchased
at most hardware
stores.
Pull out
the
drain plug inside the freezer, and pull off
the
outside
defrost
drain plug (Figure 4).
Defrost
water will drain out.
Check pan
occasionally
so water does not overflow.
Drain
Pan
DrainTube
Figure
2
r
Defrost
/_
Drain
Plug
Adaptor
Figure
3
Figure
4
Replace the drain plugs
when defrosting
is completed.
On
models
without
a
defrost
drain,
place
towels
or newspapers
on the freezer
bottom
to catch the frost.
The frost
will
loosen
and
fall.
Remove towels
and/or
newspapers.
If the frost
is
soft, remove
it
by using a plastic
scraper. If the frost
is
glazed and hard, fill
deep pans with
hot water and place them
on
the freezer
bottom.
Close the freezer
door.
Frost should
soften
in
about
15 minutes.
Repeat this
procedure
if
necessary.
Cleaning
the
Inside
After
defrosting,
wash
inside
surfaces of the
unit with
a solution
of 2 tbsp. (25 g) of baking
soda in 1 qt. (1 I) warm water. Rinse and dry.
Wring
excess water out
of the sponge or cloth
when
cleaning
in the area of the controls,
or any
electrical
parts.
Wash the removable
parts with the
baking soda
solution
mentioned
above, or mild detergent
and
warm water. Rinse and dry. Never
use metallic
scouring
pads, brushes,
abrasive cleaners,
or
alkaline
solutions
on any surface.
Do not wash
removable
parts in a dishwasher.
Cleaning
the
Outside
Wash the cabinet
with warm water
and mild
liquid detergent.
Rinse well and wipe dry with a
clean soft cloth.
Do not use razor blades or other sharp
instruments,
which
can scratch the freezer
surface when
removing
adhesive
labels. Any glue
left from the tape can be removed
with a mixture
of warm water and mild detergent,
or touch the
residue with the
sticky side of the tape already
removed.
DO NOT REMOVE THE SERIAL PLATE.
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