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The top drawer is designed to keep
foods
fresh by retaining the natural moisture
content of foods such as:
Artichokes
Cherries
Asparagus
Corn
Beets, topped
Currants
Greens, leafy
Blueberries
Carrots
Lettuce
Celery
Parsley
Peas, green
As in any refrigerated storage area,
recommended that odorous foods be
stored wrapped—foods
such as:
Broccoli
Cabbage
Brussels
Cauliflower
sprouts
Green Onions
Storage time will depend upon the type of food and its
condition when placed in the drawer.
Excess water which may accumulate in the bottom of
the Moist 'n Fresh drawer should be poured out and
the drawer wiped dry.
The Moist 'n Fresh drawer is partially sealed by
gaskets attached to the cover at the front and back
edges. Always push the drawer all the way in.
Sealed Snack Pack
(on some models)
The Sealed Snack Pack—and glass shelf to which
it is attached—can be relocated within the fresh
food compartment. The sealed drawer retains high
humidity for convenient storage of meats and cheese,
bacon, hors d'oeuvres, spreads and snacks.
tightly A
close
Convertible
Meat Keeper -
(on some models)
unwrapped
Plums
Radishes
Rhubarb
Spinach
Tomatoes,
ripe
it is
Parsnips
Turnips
Convertible Meat Keeper (on some models)
The Convertible Meat Pan drawer has its own cold air
duct to allow a stream of cold air from the freezer
compartment to flow around the drawer.
The variable temperature control regulates the air
flow from the freezer compartment.
Set control lever all the
way down—the coldest
setting—to store fresh
meats.
If lever is left in
meat position for a long
period of time, some
frost may form on the
inside of the drawer.
Set control lever all the
way up to convert the Meats or Vegetables drawer to
normal refrigerator temperature and provide extra
vegetable storage space. Cold air duct is turned off.
Variable settings between these extremes can be selected.

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