Remove exterior and interior packings, wipe the
outside thoroughly with a soft dry cloth and the inside
with a wet, lukewarm cloth. Avoid placing the cabinet
in a narrow recess or near any heat source, direct
sunlight, or moisture. Let air circulate freely around the
cabinet. Keep the rear of the freezer 5 inches away
from the wall.
1. Select a place with a strong, level floor.
2. Allow 5 inches of space between the back of the
freezer and any adjacent wall.
3. Avoid direct sunlight and heat. Direct sunlight may
affect the acrylic coating. Heat sources nearby will
cause higher electricity consumption.
4. Avoid very moist places. Too much moisture in the
air will cause frost to form very quickly on the
evaporator, and your freezer will have to be
defrosted more frequently.
To avoid vibration, the cabinet must be set level. This is
accomplished by adjusting the (2) front leveling legs located
under the freezer
cabinet. To start the freezer, turn the
temperature control to the position corresponding to the
0 = No Cooling 3, 4 = Medium Cooling
1= Minimum Cooling 7 = Maximum Cooling
freezer temperature will vary depending on the
quantity of the food stored and on the frequency with
which the door is opened.
This appliance must be grounded. In the event of an
electrical short circuit, grounding reduces the risk of
electrical shock by providing an escape wire for the
electrical current. This appliance is equipped with a
cord having a grounding wire with a grounding plug.
The plug must be plugged into an outlet that is
properly installed and grounded.
WARNING - Improper use of the grounding plug can
result in a risk of electric shock. Consult a qualified
electrician or serviceman if the grounding instructions
are not completely understood, or if doubt exists as to
whether the appliance is properly grounded.
DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION CORD
Use an exclusive wall outlet. Do not connect your
freezer to extension cords or together with any other
appliance in the same wall outlet. Do not splice the
An empty freezer is a very dangerous attraction to
children. Remove either the gasket, latches, lids or
doors from unused appliances, or take some other
action that will guarantee it harmless.
DON’T WAIT! DO IT NOW!
Defrost and clean your freezer when frost has built up
to about 1 1/4” (6mm) thickness. Complete defrosting
and cleaning should be done at least once a year. In
high humidity areas, a freezer may need more
frequent defrosting and cleaning.
IMPORTANT: Do not use an ice pick, knife or other
sharp-pointed tool to defrost freezer. Damage can
1. Turn temperature control to ‘0’ (off) and unplug
2. Remove all frozen food. Wrap frozen food in
several layers or newspaper and cover with a
blanket. Food will say frozen for several hours
store frozen food in a cooler, additional
refrigerator-freezer or in a cool area.
3. Place pans of hot water in freezer with door open
to speed melting. Directing air from an electric fan
into freezer will also help.
Do not place fan in freezer.
4. Remove frost.
5. Wipe water from walls and bottom of freezer with a
towel or sponge.
6. Wash inside walls.
7. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
8. Replace all frozen food.
9. Plug in power cord and refer to “Operation.”