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Refrigerators Maintenance Usage Tips

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Refrigerator has been designed for efficient heat dissipation. Hence its sides back may become warm while in use. This is normal. It’s a Flat Back Design of refrigerator. The refrigerator is charged with CFC-free refrigerant. The refrigerant acts as a media for heat transfer. In Godrej refrigerator a natural or eco friendly refrigerant named Hydro Carbon is charged. BENEFITS of GODREJ REFRIGERATOR

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COOLING CONTROLS Cold Air Control Fitted in Freezer Temperature Control fitted in Refrigerator compartment

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Set the temperature control to Quick-freeze. Also set Air-flow control to Normal. Load refrigerator after 2 hours of operating under above settings and then change settings as per requirement. Allow refrigerator to run for 24 hours to stabilize. USER GUIDELINES - INITIAL SETTINGS

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ADVICE - USAGE RELATED Food Storage – Keep door openings minimum of short duration. Keep foodstuff liquid duly covered. Store leafy vegetables in polythene bags. Avoid over loading and storing of hot/ warm food / vegetables in the refrigerator.

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Allow adequate space for air circulation within. Keep insects and rodents away from refrigerator. Keep flammable sprays away from refrigerator What to do while going on holidays. Care while moving it elsewhere. Use curtains or blinds to avoid direct sunlight to enter the Refrigerator directly specially when door is to be opened. ADVICE - USAGE RELATED

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CLEANING MOVING Do not splash water on the refrigerator. Inside - Take a piece of clean cloth and dip into mild soap solution and wipe the refrigerator gently. Outside - To clean the exteriors wipe with a cloth moistened with warm soapy water. Wipe dry. While on short vacation keep temperature controller to minimum i.e. no 1 position or switch-off power while going on long vacation.

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 Keep all frozen food in packed containers or wrapped in polythene or Aluminium foil  Bread Cake Pastries Butter should be kept properly wrapped or in containers  Loosely wrap all vegetables especially the leafy ones in polythene bags  Fruits vegetables having strong odour should be wrapped tightly  If fruits and vegetables are washed before storing they should be thoroughly drained of all the water. Too much moisture can increase the possibility of spoilage or decay. Certain vegetables like French beansLady finger should not be washed before storing in refrigerator.  Fruits like pineapple melon cucumber tomato etc. should be wrapped in polythene bags stored in crisper. TIPS ON FOOD STORAGE

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Ice cream should always be stored in freezer with thermostat in coolest setting. Ice cream may still stay slightly soft. This is bound to happen as normally ice cream is stored at retailer in deep freezer which is at much lower temperature. The compartment shelves should not be covered with any kind of sheet so as to allow free circulation of cold air. Never store products than contain an inflammable propellant gas cream dispensers spray cans etc. or any other explosive items. It is not recommended to store frozen foods in the freezer after thawing. It is better to cook thawed food and then freeze it. Avoid keeping vegetables in front/near the cold air entry point of the Intellflo duct as it may lead to spoilage. TIPS ON FOOD STORAGE

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TIPS ON FOOD STORAGE Refrigeration will make uncooked potatoes root vegetables to sprout. Milk packets should be kept in chiller tray after ensuring that they are not leaking. Refrigeration helps in preserving not rejuvenating stored food. Mushrooms Melons Peaches can only be chilled in the refrigerator not preserved.

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Complete defrosting and cleaning once a month is advisable. for DC models. To do this switch off the refrigerator and disconnect the Plug from the Socket. INSIDE •Take a piece of clean cloth and dip into mild soap solution and wipe the refrigerator gently. OUT SIDE • To clean the exteriors wipe with a cloth moistened with warm soapy water. Wipe dry. NO COCKROCHES PLEASE • Keep the surroundings clean and insects free. Do not spray any insecticides inside the refrigerator as not only harmful and toxic but the chemicals react with the plastic surfaces and damage them. CLEANING OF REFRIGERATOR

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EXTERNAL CONDENSER: Dust/Clean with a dry brush or feather duster or vacuum cleaner once in two months as dusty condenser prevents proper heat exchange effects cooling. In general keeping the external surfaces of refrigerator dry is very important. Moist surfaces lead to formation of fungus which are known to lead to rusting. Regular wiping is required to keep the surfaces dry. The lower edge front of the cabinet as well as the bottom surface of the door are important locations requiring regular wiping. Other wise there is the risk of rust formation on the surfaces despite the power coated/pre-coated finish. CLEANING OF REFRIGERATOR

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• Provide sufficient gap 15 cms min. on all sides top rear of refrigerator for proper air circulation • Keep door opening to the minimum for short duration only. Frequent door opening raises the temperature inside makes the refrigerator run longer consume more electricity. In hot humid climates this will also result in quick frost formation requiring frequent defrosting. • Adjust the temperature control knob as and when required for efficient working of refrigerator. GENERAL

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• Defrost DC refrigerators regularly. This will reduce the compressor running time therefore the power consumption. It helps to cool the refrigerator faster reduces the condensation of moisture on the internal walls. • When going on vacation or not using refrigerator for a long time - switch off disconnect the power cord. Clean the interior of refrigerator. Leave the door open for few hours to dry the inside of refrigerator completely. • Fill ice trays only 3/4 with water to allow expansion during freezing. GENERAL

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• Regularly defrost manual-defrost refrigerators and freezers frost buildup increases the temperature inside keep the compressor running. • Leave enough space between your refrigerator and the walls so that air can easily • circulate around the refrigerator. • Clean external condenser coils regularly for better heat exchange. • Dont keep your refrigerator or freezer too cold. • Make sure your refrigerator door seals are airtight. • Cover liquids and wrap foods stored in the refrigerator. Uncovered foods release • moisture and make the compressor work harder. • Do not open the doors of the refrigerators frequently nor leave the fridge door open for longer than necessary as the temperature inside will rise. • Avoid putting hot or warm food straight into the fridge. Useful Tips to Save Energy

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