Care And Cleaning; Cleaning The Interior And Exterior; Defrosting The Compact Refrigerator; In The Event Of A Power Failure - Honeywell 88037 Use And Care Manual

2.8 cubic feet compact refrigerator
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CARE AND CLEANING

TO CLEAN THE INTERIOR AND THE EXTERIOR OF THE
COMPACT REFRIGERATOR
Always unplug the refrigerator before cleaning. Do not use a hard brush or sponge. Use light
soapy water with a soft cloth. To dry, use a dry soft cloth or towel.
To prevent odors from forming in the refrigerator, place an opened box of baking soda
inside. Replace the box every three months.

DEFROSTING THE COMPACT REFRIGERATOR

Unplug the refrigerator. Once the frost melts, carefully wipe down the outside or inside of
the refrigerator. When dry, plug back in the refrigerator.
NOTE: DO NOT USE A HEATER OR ANY SHARP UNTENSIL TO REMOVE FROST.

IN THE EVENT OF A POWER FAILURE

In the event of a power failure, do not open the refrigerator door frequently. A slight and
gradual increase in temperature could have an effect on the preservation of food.
KEEPING THE INTERIOR OF THE REFRIGERATOR VENTILATED
In order to keep the refrigerator proper ventilated and cool, here are some helpful hints to
follow:
-Do not overload your refrigerator. If too many goods are stored in the refrigerator, the
interior circulation could be obstructed.
-Do not open the door too frequently or keep the door open for long periods. This will cause
the internal temperature to increase.
-Make sure that all sides of the refrigerator are properly ventilated. (see installation
instructions on page 6).
PREPARING THE COMPACT REFRIGERATOR FOR VACATION
Many foods, such as dairy products, can spoil even when properly refrigerated. For long
vacations or absences, remove all food from the refrigerator and unplug the power supply.
Move the temperature adjuster to the lowest temperature setting (the "O" position) and clean
the interior.

TRANSPORTING THE COMPACT REFRIGERATOR

For transporting the compact refrigerator, secure all loose items, such as shelves and ice trays
by taping them securely in place to prevent damage.
NOTE: BE SURE THE REFRIGERATOR STAYS IN AN UPRIGHT POSITION DURING
TRANSPORTATION.
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