Question about Kelvinator Refrigerators
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Fridges that are less then 10 years old have a lot of POWER. To get rid of the frost, wait until you have eaten most of the food up (maybe a few days), then unplug the fridge and leave the doors open. This will take care of the frost after several hours.
From then on, make sure that when your fridge is full, use a higher setting, and when it is near empty or half way full, use a lower setting. Keeping the freezer at a mid to low setting all the time should be fine, because its usually the fridge part that gives people trouble.You will have to judge on your own which setting is best (i.e you can tell when its good based on how cold the juice is in there, etc).
By adjusting the setting based on the amount of food in your fridge, it should prevent frosting.
Hope that helps!
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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