Food preservation features
Electronic Temperature Control System
Uses electronic sensors and electronic controls to maintain optimal temperatures.
Upfront lighting makes it easy to see items stored inside. Light
shines in the front, right where you need it! Mid-level lights
highlight items below. Dual level lighting has one 60-watt
upper light and two 40-watt mid-lights. Single level lighting
consists of a 60-watt bulb at the top of the fresh food cabinet.
All models have a 60-watt bulb in the freezer.
Radius doors and Low-profile hinges
Doors are slightly curved at the corners for a softer look.
Hinges are low and allow for easy door opening within
the case. There is no need to allow for extra space.
Two sensors electronically monitor fresh food and freezer
temperatures. Temperature readings are transmitted to the
main control board and compressor operation, fan speeds
and defrost cycles are determined based on these readings
of consistent, precise temperatures.
Digital electronic touch temperature controls
Upfront controls allow for easy access. Controls are preset
at the factory at 5 and 5, but can be adjusted between
1 and 9 (9 is the coldest setting). A "0" setting for the
freezer will turn the unit off.
Upfront controls are easy to see and set.
Controls are preset at the factory at
5 and 5, but can be adjusted between
1 and 9 (9 is the coldest setting). A "0"
setting for the freezer will turn the unit off.
Selling Tip: Point out low hinges
and demonstrate how door
opens within the case. Explain
the benefit of this feature in
Selling Tip: Point out the
electronic sensor in the fresh
food compartment (top