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Welbuilt Refridgerator (old) - Which way is coldest - 0 or 6?

Temp control dial goes from 0 to 6, with a red defrost button in the middle. But no indication of which way is warmer, which is colder.

This fridge is used for sodas at work, and since I defrosted it Friday it's been freezing our stock! I forgot to write down the setting before defrosting!!!

Please help ASAP!

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Most controls work with the highest number being the coldest. Keep in mind that once you adjust that setting you should allow 24 hr for the refrigerator to "equalize" to it new set temp. Hope this helps

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