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What temp setting should I have for the fridge and freezer---seperate controls

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Hi there!

Between -16 to -22 degrees C for the freezer, and between 0 and 4 degrees for the fridge.

Use a fridge thermometer also in there to make sure your food is actually being stored at this, and it is wise to keep cooked meats right at the back if possible, raw meats on the bottom. Anything else wherever you like.

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