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At room tempera|uresunder60°F(16_0),there
is
a risk
thai the temperaturein Ihe main
compartment
will drop
be
Jew
freezingpoFnt,
even
with
the Ihen'nostalat the
warmesl
selting.
5,3 How to make ice
The Refrigeratoris supplied
with
three pPaslic
ice trays.
FIllthese
wilh
waterto no
nlorethan
the brim of the
intemaFseparators.Arrange
thebays
one beside
theolher
at the
bottomof
the frozenfood
compartment,
A
littlewaterspread
over
the
bottomwill
improvethermal
contact
betweenthe trays and the plate,
Ifyou s_arthe
freezing
in the evening,there
willbe 3 lbs
(1,360
grams)of
ice availablethe
following
morning,
Slots
Ihe
ice
[n
the trays
or
in a
separatecontainer
inthe
compadmenl,
5.4 Frozen food compartment
In addilion
to
makingice,
youcan
also slere frozenfood in
the
upper
compartment.
How
]Gag
food
can be
,kept
withoutloss
ofquality
depends
on
its nalureand
on
the
storagetemperature,
This
lemperatureis not [_tuencedby the thermoslal
setting,nor
t_y
the
use
made
ofthe
maincompartrnenl.
Evenwiththe
t_.ermostat
set to
defresl,
the
tempemEure
will
be suilabtefor I_.epreservation
of
frozenfood. The
temperature
dOesovary,
however,
with
room
temperalure:
At upto
90°F(32
C) the
compartmentwill maintain
0
F
(-18'C)
or betterandat I10°F (43"C1
it willstillmaintain
15°F(-9°C).
The
lemperatumdoes
not
vary to any
great
extent
from
one
point
Is anotherwiWn the
compartment,
bul it is
somewhal
I_er
at the boltemlefL Obvioslyo
this
will
be
the
bestplaceto store
the more
sensitive
food,
When
frozenfoodis beingslored in the
compartment
it
is
advisableto make
ice
in only one
troy
at
a time,
placing
it
at the bottomright,
The comp_rtmentis basicallydesignedIo storef[ezen
food,
though
it
can
also beused
to
freeze limitedamounts
of
unfrozen
food.In
this
case,
itcan handle upto
3 I_
{about1.5
k_los)
per24 hourperiod,
at
ambient
temperaturesupto 90°F(32°C).
Afterproperpackaging:
=Allow
any
hot foodto
cooldown
le room
temperature
sale[de
the
Refrigeralor.
• When at room
temperalure,
the foodshould
be
placedin
the main compartmentof
the
_ef_igerator,to
precool
for
a few hours,
=,
L_leron,preferably
in
Ihe
evening,
place
the food in
contact
with
thebottomof Ihe
upper
compartmenl.
5.5. Defrosting
After
a lime
ice will
begin
to collecton
the fins
of the
evaporator
(Et),
to
a
point
where it
wi!l
reducethe
efficiencyel the Refrigertaton
This
is whythe
Refrigerator
needsto
be
defrostedperiodbatly.
The
interval
between
Iwodelre_tingoperatFenscan vary considerably:
from one
weekto
mere than
a
month,dependingon the
climate
and
the exlent
to
whichthe Refrigeratoris
used.
We
recommenddefrosl[ng
whenever
50 per
cent
of the
spacebetween
the
fins is
takenupby
ice,
Check
the
upper
portion
olthe left handfins, wherethe ice is
inclinedto
celrect
more
quickly.
To
defrost
you do not haveto removefoodfrom the main
compartment
or
from
theFreezeJ',
Simplyset
Ihethermostalknob(C2)
to
the "defrost"
position(C6),and leave
it
for a coupte
ofhours,
The
Refrigerator
will
continueto
workon
a low flame Io
provideref_geralionfor the Freezer.
The ice on the
fins
will meltandrun througha d_ainIo
the rear
of
the Refrigeralorandinlo a number
of small
container
(D51
where
it
willevaporale.
Check
the fins
to
makesure that
theyare
freeof
ice
(some
ice
remainingonthe
lube
can
be disregarded)
a_
then
adjust
lhellzermos_lto its
usualse_ng.
The RefrJgerator
will
soonresumeits normal
operation,
TheFreezer
needs
defrosling
less frequenUy.
To
defrost,see
under
item
5.5.
Never
use
knives
or sharp oblectsto removethe
ice layer. You
may
causereakage
in
the ammonia
system.
if the evaporatoris
heavily
loadedwith ice,
defrostingmast notbe
done
asexplainedbefore,
sincethe capacityof the container(D5)
is limited
to about one quart
(one ffter) _znd
they
might
then
overflow.In
this
ease,
follow
the instructionsgiven
below,
5.6 Shutting down the Refrigerator
(Fig.
E)
Theabsorplion
Refrigerate(is built
towork
conlinuously
for manyyears, ]-here ere nomovingpa_
and
thus
no
friction.At times,
however,
it
needsto
be
turnedoff:
= When it
willnot
be
used
for sometime
- for
afew
weeksormere.
,*Whenthereis a
large
build-upof
ice
on the
evaporator
or
in
the
frozen
foodstorage
compartment.
In suohcases, the
following
procedure
is
recommended:
"Turn
off
Iha
gas
at
the
selector (C3) and
remote aM
the
foodst_lfs,
• Remove
allthe
toose
components
from the
Refrigerator,
such
as
racks, drawers,etc.,
including the
balteries
for the lighting.
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