Question about Belling Freezers
No. That is like running it on "high power" full time and could cause it to wear out and stop working much sooner than it's natural life expectancy. It also uses up more than twice the electricity on your electric bill, than it needs to work normally. That setting could also be used in something like a store, where people open it up every few minutes, to keep it cold when it's opened so often.
That switch should only be used for emergencies, like after a power outage, or to quickly freeze foods that were fully thawed and need to be frozen quickly.
Posted on Oct 14, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
No, the fast freeze button should only be activated when you load a warm or lots of items at once. It should disengage by itself after a preprogrammed amount of time. If Ice cream is too hard, check your temp. settings.
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Posted on Nov 02, 2010
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