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If leaving
thedoor
open
whileonvacation,
make
certain
thatchildren
cannot
get
into
the
unit
andbecome
entrapped.
Donotopen
thedoor
unnecessarily
ifappliance
isoffforseveral
hours.
Vacation
and
Hoving
Tips
Short
Vacations:
Leave the
unit operating
during vacations
of less than 3 weeks.
Long
Vacations:
If
the appliance will not be used
for several months,
remove all food and unplug the
power cord. Clean and dry the interior thoroughly.
Leave the door open slightly, blocking
it
open if
necessary, to prevent odor and mold growth.
Moving:
Disconnect
the power
cord plug from
the wall outlet.
Remove food,
defrost,
and then
clean the
unit. Secure all loose
items
such as
base panel, baskets, and shelves by taping
them securely
in
place to prevent
damage.
In the
moving
vehicle,
secure the appliance
in
an upright
position,
and secure to prevent
movement.
Also protect
outside
of the
unit with a
blanket,
or similar
item.
If
a
power
failure
occurs,
frozen foods will
stay frozen for at least 24 hours if the freezer
is kept closed. If the power failure continues,
pack seven or eight pounds of dry
ice
into the
freezer
every 24 hours.
Look
in
the Yellow
Pages under
"Dry Ice,"
"Dairies,"
or "Ice Cream
Manufacturers"
for local dry
ice
suppliers.
Always wear gloves and use caution
when
handling
dry ice.
If
the
freezer
has stopped
operating,
see "Freezer
does not run" in the Before you Call
section
of this manual.
If you cannot solve the
problem,
call an authorized
servicer
immediately.
If
the
freezer
remains
off
for
several
hours,
follow
the
directions
above for the
use of dry
ice
during
a power failure.
If necessary,
take the
food to a local locker
plant until the freezer
is
ready to operate.
Look
in
the Yellow
Pages under
"Frozen Food Locker Plants."
Sample