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Which number should I set my fridge on to make it colder. The numbers are +2+4+5+6+8

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Top of fridge freezing with temperature on lowest setting


You need a new thermostat but there are some things you can check in the link. 1 is the warmest setting.

Most refrigerator temperature settings are controlled with a dial or slider. They are sometimes labeled 1 through 5 or 1 through 9. If you are not sure what to set it to, then set it somewhere in the middle. If the dial is numbered 1 to 5 set it on 3, if the dial is numbered 1 to 9, then set at 4. USUALLY the higher the number on the temp control dial, the colder the temperature your refrigerator will get. If your drinks and food are not as cold as you like, set the temperature dial up one number higher. If it is at 3 and you want your food colder, set it to 4 and test 12-24 hours later to see if your food is at the temperature you want.


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Dec 18, 2016 | Refrigerators

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How can I turn up the fridge settings. It's not cold enough


you need to turn down the settings of a fridge --the lower the number on the control knob the colder the fridge
it is the freezer that the system is reversed where the lower the number the warmer the freezer

Sep 06, 2016 | Refrigerators

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Bush fridge freezer need coldest setting for fridge 1_7


freezers settings are the larger the number the colder the freezer as against fridge settings where the smaller the number the colder the fridge

Aug 29, 2016 | Bush Refrigerators

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New Westinghouse fridge cannot seem to adjust freezer lower than 0' except if power freeze on getting colder ?


read the user manual or get a technician out under warranty
from 10 down to 0 on a fridge is getting colder with the smaller numbers
with a freezer 0 to 10 gets colder as the numbers get bigger

Jun 05, 2016 | Westinghouse Refrigerators

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What number do i put my leibherr fridge freezer on and why do they have numbers 1 3 5 9 if you dont use them what are they for


Most thermostats need to be set at mid scale. Set yours to between 3and5. The reason for the other numbers is for some uses a warmer temperature or a colder temperature is needed. For most freezers thermostats set to mid scale will control temperature to around 0 degrees Fahrenheit.
Hope this helps!

Apr 17, 2016 | Refrigerators

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What cold setting should my fridge be on?


Put both dials on cold and wait 48 hours then adjust from there.

Aug 27, 2012 | Frigidaire Refrigerators

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Defy Fridge temperature dial is confusing - which way is colder?


0 = off, 1 = cool, 2 = cooler, ..... 7 = coldest.  0 - 7 Nothing to do with the degree the fridge is set to.

Jan 07, 2009 | Refrigerators

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Temperature adjustment


Generally the freezer temp is the REAL temp of the unit. Fans, dampers and manual control levers let some of that cold freezer air into the refer compartment to cool it. Check your owners manual for damper operations if you have one. If you have a refer temp control all that does is control a damper to let the cold freezer air into the compartment. Also make sure you don't block off any of those vents in the refer or freezer compartment or bad air circulation can occur.

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