Here are three easy steps to clean and defrost your fridge and some useful tips to care for and store your appliance. If you have any questions, visit our FAQ page or contact us directly.
If you are moving out of residence, you MUST ensure the unit is unplugged (cord tucked into back of unit), defrosted, dry and CLEAN!
See instructions below:
Unplug your unit from the power source. Wrap the cord and tuck the cord into the back of the fridge.01Step one
Applicable to Large Units only. Unplug unit, add towel underneath unit, leave the door open and let the unit sit for 8 hours. DO NOT scrape off the ice as it will damage the unit. Let the fridge sit unplugged until all ice in the freezer is melted into the drip tray. Remove all water from the unit, including in the drip tray (located under the freezer- this is very important).02Step two
Wipe the inside of the empty refrigerator with hot, soapy water, then wipe with clean water to rinse off soap. Dry with a clean towel. Ensure you remove all magnets and stickers from the exterior of the unit. Ensure ALL racks are placed back into their proper position. Leave fridge door open to allow proper circulation.03Step three
Care & Storage
Here are some helpful tips to keep your appliance in good condition and keep your food and beverages tasting their best.
Place your refrigerator on a flat and level surface, away from any sources of heat.
Allow approximately 4 inches from all sides and the back of the fridge for air circulation.
Please be aware that freezer portion of the refrigerator is not sufficiently insulated to freeze products for a long period of time.
If the door does not close properly, ensure that the racks inside the fridge are in the correct position and not blocking the door from closing.
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