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What is the best temperature for my Sharp refrigerator... and from 1-6 what is the coldest and what is the hotest

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35 to 40 degrees for the refrigerator, - (minus) 10 to 15 degrees for the freezer, this is in Fahrenheit.

Posted on Mar 18, 2011

  • miriamdun Mar 19, 2011

    I asked which number on the refrigerator to use.. this is not the answer the refrigerator goes from
    1-6

  • Keith Brown
    Keith Brown Mar 19, 2011

    You asked "what is the best temperature for my sharp refrigerator" not what settings should I use on the dial. usually the center position is the best place to start on the dial, for both the fridge and the freezer. You can buy a thermometer (buy two) and put the in the freezer and fridge and after 12 hours check the reading and adjust the dials accordingly to get the best temp. a higher number on the dials is colder

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