Question about Danby 3.6 cu. ft. / 102 liter Chest Freezer Millenium DCF401W
Yes, here are some helps:
1. Buy a load of dry ice and pack as much as you can in the available spaces of the freezer. The less free air space the better.
2. When traveling, if at all possible when stopping for the night, use an extension cord to plug the freezer in.
3. You may need to repack the dry ice once, but you'll be in pretty good shape if you fill it tight.
You may want to seal the door shut with tape. Avoid duct tape...too much residue .. try gaffers tape, it can stay on for a few weeks without leaving all the duct tape goop...
Hope all goes well on your trip.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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