OPERATING THE COMPACT REFRIGERATOR
TURNING ON THE POWER
Plug the compact refrigerator into a suitable 120V three prong power outlet. The refrigerator
will begin operating, even if the temperature adjuster is set in the off ("O") position. (See
"Important Grounding Instructions" on page 4)
After the compact refrigerator is plugged into the proper outlet, turn the internal temperature
adjuster dial to the desired setting and close the door. Let the refrigerator cool for 24 hours
before storing food.
CONTROLLING THE TEMPERATURE AND STORING FOOD
The internal temperature of the compact refrigerator is controlled
by the temperature adjuster located in the upper right hand
corner inside the refrigerator.
Turn the temperature adjustor clockwise to set the desired
temperature. The "1" position sets the warmest temperature and
"6" position sets the coldest temperature.
Note: By setting the temperature to the "5" or "6"
position, it may cause freezing depending on the ambient
temperature. The "6" position should be used primarily
for making ice.
ICE TRAY AND FREEZER COMPARTMENT
The ice tray compartment of the compact refrigerator is for making ice cubes with the
provided ice cube tray. The compartment is located directly under the freezer compartment.
Simply pull out the shelf and use the ice tray for making ice cubes.
The freezer compartment is for short-term storage (3-4 days at the most) for some store
bought frozen foods. Make sure the frozen products are in contact with the walls of the
freezer compartment. This allows for maximum freezing capabilities.
When making ice cubes or storing frozen food, turn the temperature adjuster to the "5" or
"6" position, but please be aware that, by doing so, the refrigerator compartment will get