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We've had a new fridge delivered, the Daewoo frsu20iai, how long do we need to leave the fridge standing before switching it on? Different people have told us different times ranging from 1 hour to 24 hours.

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Ideally leave it for 24 hours(but it wont hurt if you switch it on staight away)the standing time is to allow any air(gas) in the system to rise to the top of the pipes.besides it gives you time to check and level the doors,so that the seals fit flat all round.dont forget to cover/wrap all food in the fridge to cut down on condensation.root veg is best kept in airtight bags.

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