Question about Refrigerators
Posted by Anonymous on
Hi and welcome to FixYa. I am Kelly. Each brand or temp control is silghtly different than even a like model on the display floor. However.... Most temp settings that are normal are right in the middle of the control setting range. Be it a mechanical control or an electronic control. If yours is a mechanical setting and the setting dial goes from 0 to 9 then the average temp setting would be between 4.25 and 5. A freezer should keep ice cream hard. If you do not have a thermometer then a small tub of ice cream makes a great thermometer. Each day i.e 24 hour period you reduce the setting 0.5 until you notice the ice cream is softening. Then once it softens increase the temp setting 0.75 of a between numbers setting. I.e The ice cream was soft at 3.5 then increase setting to 4.25 etc etc.
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Posted on Jul 29, 2010
Turn dial down to 4, if it is brand new, the setting should be about 1/3 of the dial range. Depending on the outside temp.
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