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Slide-Aside
Basket
(some
chest
models)
This basket helps organize
odd-shaped
items.
To reach other
packages in the freezer, slide the
basket aside or lift out.
Fast Freezing
Shelves
(manual
defrost
upright
models)
These shelves
contain
cooling coils to freeze
foods quickly
and allow cold air to constantly
circulate throughout
the freezer.
Do not use sharp
metal objects
such as ice picks or scrapers
to
clean the
shelves. This could damage
the shelves
and reduce their cooling
ability. These shelves are
not adjustable.
Chest Divider
(some
chest
models)
Use these clever dividers
to custom-arrange
a variety
of different-sized
storage
bins
in
the
bottom
of your
chest freezer. Use the peel-n-stick
labels found
in
your literature
packet
to help
remind you which
items are stored
where. If you
have an item that
isn't already covered
by one of
the pre-printed
labels then use one of the blank
labels and a permanent
marking
pen to make
your own custom
label.
Labels
can
be peeled off
when
no longer
needed and replaced
by new and
different
ones.
Damp objects
stick to cold metal surfaces.
Do
not touch interior
metal surfaces with wet
or
damp hands.
Some upright
freezers
are frost-free
and defrost
automatically,
but should
be cleaned
occasionally.
Between
Defrosting
To avoid frequent
defrosting,
occasionally
use
a plastic
scraper to remove frost.
Scrape with
a
pulling motion.
Never use a metal instrument
to
remove frost.
Freezer must be unplugged
(to avoid electrical
hazard) from power source when defrosting
unit.
Defrosting
It
is important
to defrost and clean freezer when
1/4to
1/2inch of frost has accumulated.
Frost may
tend to accumulate
faster on upper
part of the
freezer
due to warm, moist air entering
the freezer
when the door
is
opened. Remove food and leave
the door open when
defrosting
the freezer.
On upright
models
with
a
defrost
drain
(Figure 1), remove
drain plug on the
inside
floor
of the freezer
by pulling straight
out.
To
access external
drain tube on models with
a base panel, first remove the two
screws
from the base panel. Locate the
drain tube
near the
left center
under the freezer.
Place
a shallow
pan under the drain tube.
Defrost
water
will drain out. Check pan occasionally
so water does not overflow.
A 1/2" garden
hose adapter
can be used to drain the freezer
directly
into a floor drain.
If your
model
is
not equipped
with
an adapter,
one can be
purchased
at most hardware
stores. Replace
the drain
plug when
defrosting
and cleaning
are completed.
If the drain
is left open,
warm
air may enter the freezer.
Examples
of
Chest
Divider
Configurations
Sample