a. Lubrication. No lubrication is required.
Never use an abrasive or an alkaline solution.
(1) Interior. It is important that the interior of the refrigerator be cleaned periodically beginning with the initial
installation. Spillage will tend to cause objectionable odors. When this condition occurs, clean the entire interior with a
solution of baking soda and warm water. Wipe thoroughly dry after cleaning.
(2) Condenser. Use a brush with stiff bristles to remove any stubborn foreign matter that may cling to the
condenser; then clean thoroughly with a vacuum cleaner.
b. Refrigerator Maintenance.
(1) Door seal adjustment.
(a) Each hinge is provided with slotted mounting holes in the wing that is fastened to the door.
(b) Adjust gasket pressure on the lock side of the door by adjusting the strike hook.
(c) If it becomes necessary to remove the complete door assembly, remove the screws that secure the
hinge to the cabinet exterior; the door gasket pressure will not be disturbed.
(a) To adjust the thermostat for a warmer or colder setting, an indicator knob is provided. Turn the knob
clockwise for a warmer temperature.
(b) Changing the thermostat indicator setting to a warmer or colder position changes the cutout
temperature only. The thermostat indicator should not be changed more than once each 24 hours, and then by only one
or two numbers. Usually, 24 hours are required for the temperature to stabilize.
(3) Electrical Trouble Check.
(a) When checking for electrical trouble, always be sure there is a live electrical circuit to the refrigerator
and that the temperature selector dial is in the OFF position.
(b) When the sealed unit will not start and the refrigerator temperature is warm, the trouble may be in