I bought a Creda freshtime frdge freezer and I dont have a manual for it.
What are the best settings for it to be on, as I have tried some and they are not doing a very good job!
I have numbers 1-7 and N 0 S + and - for the settings!
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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my best advice would be call a local repair shop you can find them in your yellow pages in your phone book or see if they have a warranty on them still and call the manufacture for information on what possibilly be wrong
Switch off fridge. Put a pedistal fan in front blowing into the cabinet and leave until all ice has defrosted. Locate the drain hole in the back of the freezer compartment, try to defrost ice which blockes up about the first inch or two of this pipe. If water does not run through you need to force it through with a turkey baster. This should sort your problem. ratemeplease
Check your settings for the temperature controls. Freezer may be set to warm (IE #1) set it mid point. Also set the refrigerator at mid point and go from there to adjust each to maintain the temperature balances.
We had a Kenmore upright which worked fine but then suddenly was not keeping food frozen. Long story short, do not store anything on top of the freezer unit. It will insulate the coils that run across the top of the unit, and cause your compressor to work harder than it needs to, and eventually overheat and become ineffective. Says nothing about it in the user manual. We learned the hard way by losing food.