Question about Refrigerators
Defrost freezer by turning off fridge. open freezer door, use a hair dryer on freezer compartment to thaw it out,(first remove all good frozen food to a cooler), then simply wipe up the mess. turn fridge back on and reinstall frozen food from cooler.(
Posted on Apr 03, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I have found the best way to defrost my not quite frost free fridge-freezer is to empty the freezer compartment contents into the fridge and switch it off overnight, leaving the fridge door shut and the freezer door open. By stacking all the frozen food together as tightly as possible, ideally wrapped in something to help insulate them (such as newspapers) they stay cold for a long time. In the morning I get in my scruffy clothes and wipe up the puddles caused by the visible frost in the freezer and any puddles formed underneath the appliance. However this is only half the story. To ensure all the frosting has been removed from the hidden parts of the appliance I get my hair dryer and blast warm air into all appropriate crevices from inside the appliance and from behind it.
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