Here are three easy steps to install your fridge or freezer and some useful tips to care for and store your appliance. If you have any questions, visit our FAQ page or contact us directly.

  • Plug It In
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    Plug It In

    Connect the power cord to its own power outlet. Do not place other appliances on the same outlet (e.g. “power bar”). If the refrigerator cord is too short, please use a three pronged extension cord. DO NOT USE A TWO PRONGED EXTENSION CORD.

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    Step one
  • Set Temperature
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    Set Temperature

    Set the temperature control to the medium setting and allow 15-20 minutes for the fridge to cool. The refrigerators have a compressor that will turn on and off as is necessary to keep the refrigerator cool.

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    Step two
  • Defrosting
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    Defrosting

    For the most efficient operation of your freezer, defrost the freezer portion of your large bar refrigerator whenever the layer of the frost on the wall reaches 1/4″ thick. Defrost by unplugging the fridge and regularly emptying the drip tray. Do not scrape the ice off the walls of the freezer as this will break the fridge.

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    Step three

Care & Storage

Here are some helpful tips to keep your appliance in good condition and keep your food and beverages tasting their best.

  • Placement

    Place your refrigerator on a flat and level surface, away from any sources of heat.

  • Air Circulation

    Allow approximately 4 inches from all sides and the back of the fridge for air circulation.

  • Freezers

    Please be aware that freezer portion of the refrigerator is not sufficiently insulated to freeze products for a long period of time.

  • Rack Positioning

    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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